Jason R Straka
Jason R Straka
Government of British Columbia
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Long‐distance dispersal and high genetic diversity are implicated in the invasive spread of the common reed, Phragmites australis (Poaceae), in northeastern …
H Kirk, J Paul, J Straka, JR Freeland
American Journal of Botany 98 (7), 1180-1190, 2011
Gall-inducing Pachypsylla celtidis (Psyllidae) infiltrate hackberry trees with high concentrations of phytohormones
JR Straka, AR Hayward, RJN Emery
Journal of Plant Interactions 5 (3), 197-203, 2010
Fruitful factors: what limits seed production of flowering plants in the alpine?
JR Straka, BM Starzomski
Oecologia 178 (1), 249-260, 2015
Spatial trends in a biomagnifying contaminant: Application of amino acid compound–specific stable nitrogen isotope analysis to the interpretation of bird mercury levels
S Dolgova, BN Popp, K Courtoreille, RHM Espie, B Maclean, M McMaster, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 37 (5), 1466-1475, 2018
Humming along or buzzing off? The elusive consequences of plant-pollinator mismatches.
JR Straka, BM Starzomski
Journal of Pollination Ecology 13 (14), 2014
" We Used to Say Rats Fell from the Sky After a Flood" Temporary Recovery of Muskrat Following Ice Jams in the Peace-Athabasca Delta
JR Straka, A Antoine, R Bruno, D Campbell, R Campbell, R Campbell, ...
Arctic 71 (2), 218-228, 2018
Reply to Bortolus: what's in a name?
JR Straka, BM Starzomski
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (12), 654, 2012
Humming along or buzzing off?: the elusive consequences of plant-pollinator mismatches and factors limiting seed set in the Coast Range of British Columbia
JR Straka
What Those Who Seek Rare Birds Do For Ornithology
JR Straka, DME Turner
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