Adam T. Ford
Adam T. Ford
University of British Columbia - Okanagan
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Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements
MA Tucker, K Böhning-Gaese, WF Fagan, JM Fryxell, B Van Moorter, ...
Science 359 (6374), 466-469, 2018
Large carnivores make savanna tree communities less thorny
AT Ford, JR Goheen, TO Otieno, L Bidner, LA Isbell, TM Palmer, D Ward, ...
Science 346 (6207), 346-349, 2014
Is habitat fragmentation bad for biodiversity?
L Fahrig, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, JR Bennett, V Boucher‐Lalonde, E Cazetta, ...
Comparison of methods of monitoring wildlife crossing‐structures on highways
AT Ford, AP Clevenger, A Bennett
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (7), 1213-1222, 2009
Trophic Cascades by Large Carnivores: A Case for Strong Inference and Mechanism
AT Ford, JR Goheen
Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 2015
Behavioral Responses of Northern Leopard Frogs (Rana pipiens) to Roads and Traffic: Implications for Population Persistence
J Bouchard, AT Ford, FE Eigenbrod, L Fahrig
Ecology and Society 14 (2), 2009
Diet and body size of North American mammal road mortalities
AT Ford, L Fahrig
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 12 (7), 498-505, 2007
A comparison of data sets varying in spatial accuracy used to predict the occurrence of wildlife-vehicle collisions
KE Gunson, AP Clevenger, AT Ford, JA Bissonette, A Hardy
Environmental management 44 (2), 268-277, 2009
Movement Patterns of Eastern Chipmunks (Tamias striatus) Near Roads
AT Ford, L Fahrig
Journal of Mammalogy 89 (4), 895-903, 2008
Anthropogenic effects on activity patterns of wildlife at crossing structures
M Barrueto, AT Ford, AP Clevenger
Ecosphere 5 (3), 1-19, 2014
Low functional redundancy among mammalian browsers in regulating an encroaching shrub (Solanum campylacanthum) in African savanna
TC Pringle RM, Goheen JR, Palmer T, Charles G, DeFranco E, Hohbein R, Ford AT
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281, 2014
Can we save large carnivores without losing large carnivore science?
BL Allen, LR Allen, H Andrén, G Ballard, L Boitani, RM Engeman, ...
Food Webs 12, 64-75, 2017
Tracking the conservation promise of movement ecology
KC Fraser, KTA Davies, CM Davy, AT Ford, DT Flockhart, EG Martins
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 150, 2018
Banff wildlife crossings project: integrating science and education in restoring population connectivity across transportation corridors
AP Clevenger, AT Ford, MA Sawaya
Recovery of African wild dogs suppresses prey but does not trigger a trophic cascade
AT Ford, JR Goheen, DJ Augustine, MF Kinnaird, TG O'Brien, TM Palmer, ...
Ecology 96 (10), 2705-2714, 2015
A comprehensive analysis of autocorrelation and bias in home range estimation
MJ Noonan, MA Tucker, CH Fleming, T Akre, SC Alberts, AH Ali, ...
Ecological Monographs, 2018
Troubling issues at the frontier of animal tracking for conservation and management
SJ Cooke, VM Nguyen, ST Kessel, NE Hussey, N Young, AT Ford
Conservation Biology 31 (5), 1205-1207, 2017
Wildlife crossing structures, fencing, and other highway design considerations
AP Clevenger, AT Ford
Safe Passages–Highways, Wildlife, and Habitat Connectivity, 424, 2010
Extreme precipitation reduces reproductive output of an endangered raptor
RJ Fisher, TI Wellicome, EM Bayne, RG Poulin, LD Todd, AT Ford
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (6), 1500-1508, 2015
Validity of the prey‐trap hypothesis for carnivore‐ungulate interactions at wildlife‐crossing structures
AT Ford, AP Clevenger
Conservation Biology 24 (6), 1679-1685, 2010
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