John Spence
John Spence
Professor of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
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Sampling carabid assemblages with pitfall traps: the madness and the method
JR Spence, JK Niemelä
The Canadian Entomologist 126 (3), 881-894, 1994
6011994
Effects of clear‐cut harvesting on boreal ground‐beetle assemblages (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in western Canada
J Niemelä, D Langor, JR Spence
Conservation biology 7 (3), 551-561, 1993
5341993
Carabid beetle assemblages (Coleoptera, Carabidae) across urban-rural gradients: an international comparison
J Niemelä, DJ Kotze, S Venn, L Penev, I Stoyanov, J Spence, D Hartley, ...
Landscape ecology 17 (5), 387-401, 2002
3962002
The search for common anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity: a global network
J Niemelä, J Kotze, A Ashworth, P Brandmayr, K Desender, T New, ...
Journal of Insect Conservation 4 (1), 3-9, 2000
3032000
Arthropod responses to harvesting and wildfire: implications for emulation of natural disturbance in forest management
CM Buddle, DW Langor, GR Pohl, JR Spence
Biological Conservation 128 (3), 346-357, 2006
2512006
Northern forestry and carabids: the case for concern about old-growth species
JR Spence, DW Langor, J Niemelä, HA Carcamo, CR Currie
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 173-184, 1996
2491996
Succession of boreal forest spider assemblages following wildfire and harvesting
CM Buddle, JR Spence, DW Langor
Ecography 23 (4), 424-436, 2000
2222000
Habitat associations and seasonal activity of ground-beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in central Alberta
J Niemelä, JR Spence, DH Spence
The Canadian Entomologist 124 (3), 521-540, 1992
2171992
Biology of water striders: interactions between systematics and ecology
JR Spence, NM Anderson
Annual review of entomology 39 (1), 101-128, 1994
2031994
Pitfall trap size and capture of three taxa of litter-dwelling arthropods: implications for biodiversity studies
TT Work, CM Buddle, LM Korinus, JR Spence
Environmental entomology 31 (3), 438-448, 2002
1892002
On the role of body size for life‐history evolution
CP Klingenberg, J SPENCE
Ecological Entomology 22 (1), 55-68, 1997
1711997
Farming and ground beetles: effects of agronomic practice on populations and community structure
HA Cárcamo, JK Niemalä, JR Spence
The Canadian Entomologist 127 (1), 123-140, 1995
1651995
Fire residuals as habitat reserves for epigaeic beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae and Staphylinidae)
KJK Gandhi, JR Spence, DW Langor, LE Morgantini
Biological Conservation 102 (2), 131-141, 2001
1572001
Saproxylic beetles (Coleoptera) using Populus in boreal aspen stands of western Canada: spatiotemporal variation and conservation of assemblages
HEJ Hammond, DW Langor, JR Spence
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (1), 1-19, 2004
1512004
Logging and boreal ground-beetle assemblages on two continents: implications for conservation.
J Niemelä, JR Spence, D Langor, Y Haila, H Tukia
Perspectives on insect conservation., 29-50, 1993
1361993
Stand composition and structure of the boreal mixedwood and epigaeic arthropods of the Ecosystem Management Emulating Natural Disturbance (EMEND) landbase in northwestern Alberta
TT Work, DP Shorthouse, JR Spence, WJA Volney, D Langor
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (2), 417-430, 2004
1332004
Distribution of forest dwelling carabids (Coleoptera): spatial scale and the concept of communities
JK Niemelä, JR Spence
Ecography 17 (2), 166-175, 1994
1321994
Rove beetles and ground beetles (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Carabidae) as indicators of harvest and regeneration practices in western Canadian foothills forests
GR Pohl, DW Langor, JR Spence
Biological Conservation 137 (2), 294-307, 2007
1282007
Budbreak phenology and natural enemies mediate survival of first-instar forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae)
D Parry, JR Spence, WJA Volney
Environmental Entomology 27 (6), 1368-1374, 1998
1191998
HETEROCHRONY AND ALLOMETRY: LESSONS FROM THE WATER STRIDER GENUS LIMNOPORUS
CP Klingenberg, JR Spence
Evolution 47 (6), 1834-1853, 1993
1181993
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