Jason T Fisher
Jason T Fisher
Adjunct Professor, University of Victoria
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TitleCited byYear
Wildlife camera trapping: a review and recommendations for linking surveys to ecological processes
AC Burton, E Neilson, D Moreira, A Ladle, R Steenweg, JT Fisher, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (3), 675-685, 2015
The response of mammals to forest fire and timber harvest in the North American boreal forest
JT Fisher, L Wilkinson
Mammal Review 35 (1), 51-81, 2005
Scaling‐up camera traps: Monitoring the planet's biodiversity with networks of remote sensors
R Steenweg, M Hebblewhite, R Kays, J Ahumada, JT Fisher, C Burton, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (1), 26-34, 2017
Correlating Cryptosporidium and Giardia with microbial indicators
C Chauret, N Armstrong, J Fisher, R Sharma, S Springthorpe, S Sattar
Journal‐American Water Works Association 87 (11), 76-84, 1995
Body mass explains characteristic scales of habitat selection in terrestrial mammals
JT Fisher, B Anholt, JP Volpe
Ecology and evolution 1 (4), 517-528, 2011
Using GIS to relate small mammal abundance and landscape structure at multiple spatial extents: the northern flying squirrel in Alberta, Canada
M Wheatley, JT Fisher, K Larsen, J Litke, S Boutin
Journal of Applied Ecology 42 (3), 577-586, 2005
Spatial segregation of sympatric marten and fishers: the influence of landscapes and species‐scapes
JT Fisher, B Anholt, S Bradbury, M Wheatley, JP Volpe
Ecography 36 (2), 240-248, 2013
The protean relationship between boreal forest landscape structure and red squirrel distribution at multiple spatial scales
JT Fisher, S Boutin, SJ Hannon
Landscape Ecology 20 (1), 73-82, 2005
Investigating animal activity patterns and temporal niche partitioning using camera‐trap data: challenges and opportunities
S Frey, JT Fisher, AC Burton, JP Volpe
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 3 (3), 123-132, 2017
Wolverines (Gulo gulo luscus) on the Rocky Mountain slopes: natural heterogeneity and landscape alteration as predictors of distribution
JT Fisher, S Bradbury, B Anholt, L Nolan, L Roy, JP Volpe, M Wheatley
Canadian Journal of Zoology 91 (10), 706-716, 2013
Wildlife winners and losers in an oil sands landscape
JT Fisher, AC Burton
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (6), 323-328, 2018
A multi‐method hierarchical modeling approach to quantifying bias in occupancy from noninvasive genetic tagging studies
JT Fisher, S Bradbury
The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (6), 1087-1095, 2014
Resource patch array use by two squirrel species in an agricultural landscape
JT Fisher, G Merriam
Landscape Ecology 15 (4), 333-338, 2000
Wolverine behavior varies spatially with anthropogenic footprint: implications for conservation and inferences about declines
FEC Stewart, NA Heim, AP Clevenger, J Paczkowski, JP Volpe, JT Fisher
Ecology and Evolution 6 (5), 1493-1503, 2016
Occupancy dynamics of escaped farmed Atlantic salmon in Canadian Pacific coastal salmon streams: Implications for sustained invasions
AC Fisher, JP Volpe, JT Fisher
Biological invasions 16 (10), 2137-2146, 2014
Understorey protection harvest expedites recolonisation of boreal forest stands by North American red squirrels
JT Fisher, SM Bradbury
Forest ecology and management 234 (1-3), 40-47, 2006
Distinguishing reintroduction from recolonization with genetic testing
FEC Stewart, JP Volpe, JS Taylor, J Bowman, PJ Thomas, MJ Pybus, ...
Biological Conservation 214, 242-249, 2017
Species occurrence data reflect the magnitude of animal movements better than the proximity of animal space use
FEC Stewart, JT Fisher, AC Burton, JP Volpe
Ecosphere 9 (2), e02112, 2018
Spatial patterns of breeding success of grizzly bears derived from hierarchical multistate models
JT Fisher, M Wheatley, D Mackenzie
Conservation Biology 28 (5), 1249-1259, 2014
Cumulative effects of climate and landscape change drive spatial distribution of Rocky Mountain wolverine (Gulo gulo L.)
N Heim, JT Fisher, A Clevenger, J Paczkowski, J Volpe
Ecology and evolution 7 (21), 8903-8914, 2017
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