Bill Harrower
Bill Harrower
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Food habits of wolverine Gulo gulo in montane ecosystems of British Columbia, Canada
EC Lofroth, JA Krebs, WL Harrower, D Lewis
Wildlife Biology 13 (sp2), 31-37, 2007
672007
Threats to Canadian species at risk: an analysis of finalized recovery strategies
JL McCune, WL Harrower, S Avery-Gomm, JM Brogan, AM Csergő, ...
Biological Conservation 166, 254-265, 2013
452013
A call for applying trophic structure in ecological restoration
LH Fraser, WL Harrower, HW Garris, S Davidson, PDN Hebert, R Howie, ...
Restoration Ecology 23 (5), 503-507, 2015
402015
Predicting and assessing progress in the restoration of ecosystems
ARE Sinclair, RP Pech, JM Fryxell, K McCann, AE Byrom, CJ Savory, ...
Conservation Letters 11 (2), e12390, 2018
132018
The use of digital photos to assess visual cover for wildlife in rangelands
CN Carlyle, LH Fraser, CM Haddow, BA Bings, W Harrower
Journal of Environmental Management 91 (6), 1366-1370, 2010
102010
An experimental approach to addressing ecological questions related to the conservation of plant biodiversity in China
R Turkington, WL Harrower
Plant diversity 38 (1), 2-9, 2016
92016
Population genomic analyses reveal a highly differentiated and endangered genetic cluster of northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis laingi) in Haida Gwaii
A Geraldes, KK Askelson, E Nikelski, FI Doyle, WL Harrower, K Winker, ...
Evolutionary Applications 12 (4), 757-772, 2019
62019
Temperate grassland songbird species accumulate incrementally along a gradient of primary productivity
WL Harrower, DS Srivastava, C McCallum, LH Fraser, R Turkington
PloS one 12 (10), e0186809, 2017
52017
Pre-dispersal strategies by Quercus schottkyana to mitigate the effects of weevil infestation of acorns
K Xia, WL Harrower, R Turkington, HY Tan, ZK Zhou
Scientific reports 6, 37520, 2016
52016
Science-Based Guidelines for Managing Northern Goshawk Breeding Areas in Coastal British Columbia
EL McClaren, T Mahon, FI Doyle, WL Harrower
Journal of Ecosystems and Management 15 (2), 1-91, 2015
42015
Movements and resource selection of fledgling Goshawks in montane forests of southeastern British Columbia
WL Harrower, KW Larsen, KA Stuart‐Smith
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (8), 1768-1775, 2010
42010
Nesting requirements of the northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis atricapillus) in southeastern British Columbia
WL Harrower
42007
A scientific basis for managing northern goshawk breeding areas in the interior of British Columbia: best management practices.
AK Stuart-Smith, WL Harrower, T Mahon, EL McClaren, FI Doyle
FORREX Series, 2012
32012
Using wildlife habitat models to estimate hoary marmot (Marmota caligata) abundances at regional scales
WL Harrower
Honors Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 2001
32001
Northern wolverine project
EC Lofroth, D Wellwood, W Harrower, C Hoodicoff
Year End Final Report. Wolverine ecology in plateau and foothill landscapes 1999, 1996
31996
Gill‐Net Fishing Effort Predicts Physical Injuries on Sockeye Salmon Captured near Spawning Grounds
AM Kanigan, SG Hinch, AL Bass, WL Harrower
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 39 (3), 441-451, 2019
22019
An Early‐Career Scientist's Guide to Delving Into Data Synthesis
IH Myers-Smith, WL Harrower
The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 94 (3), 265-272, 2013
22013
Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Study
KH Inman, RM Inman, RR Wigglesworth, AJ McCue, BL Brock, JD Rieck, ...
Unpublished Cumulative Progress Report December, 2003
22003
Using an integrative research approach to improve fish migrations in regulated rivers: a case study on Pacific Salmon in the Seton River, Canada
NN Bett, SG Hinch, AL Bass, DC Braun, NJ Burnett, MT Casselman, ...
Hydrobiologia, 1-21, 2020
12020
Whole‐river manipulation of olfactory cues affects upstream migration of sockeye salmon
SM Drenner, WL Harrower, MT Casselman, NN Bett, AL Bass, ...
Fisheries Management and Ecology 25 (6), 488-500, 2018
12018
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