Michel P Laforge
Michel P Laforge
Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Increasing density leads to generalization in both coarse‐grained habitat selection and fine‐grained resource selection in a large mammal
FM van Beest, A Uzal, E Vander Wal, MP Laforge, AL Contasti, D Colville, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (1), 147-156, 2014
Process-focussed, multi-grain resource selection functions
MP Laforge, E Vander Wal, RK Brook, EM Bayne, PD McLoughlin
Ecological Modelling 305, 10-21, 2015
Density dependence in social behaviour: home range overlap and density interacts to affect conspecific encounter rates in a gregarious ungulate
E Vander Wal, MP Laforge, PD McLoughlin
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (3), 383-390, 2014
Grain-dependent functional responses in habitat selection
MP Laforge, RK Brook, FM van Beest, EM Bayne, PD McLoughlin
Landscape Ecology 31 (4), 855-863, 2016
Habitat selection by female moose in the Canadian prairie ecozone
MP Laforge, NL Michel, AL Wheeler, RK Brook
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (6), 1059-1068, 2016
Spatiotemporal trends in Canadian domestic wild boar production and habitat predict wild pig distribution
NL Michel, MP Laforge, FM Van Beest, RK Brook
Landscape and Urban Planning 165, 30-38, 2017
Space use and social association in a gregarious ungulate: Testing the conspecific attraction and resource dispersion hypotheses
M Peignier, QMR Webber, EL Koen, MP Laforge, AL Robitaille, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (9), 5133-5145, 2019
The ecology of individual differences empirically applied to space-use and movement tactics
QMR Webber, MP Laforge, M Bonar, AL Robitaille, C Hart, ...
The American Naturalist 196 (1), E1-E15, 2020
Temporal aspects of polar bear (Ursus maritimus) occurrences at field camps in Wapusk National Park, Canada
MP Laforge, DA Clark, AL Schmidt, JL Lankshear, S Kowalchuk, ...
Polar Biology 40 (8), 1661-1670, 2017
Novel range overlap of three ursids in the Canadian subarctic
DA Clark, R Brook, C Oliphant-Reskanski, MP Laforge, K Olson, D Rivet
Arctic Science 5 (1), 62-70, 2018
Spatio-temporal trends in crop damage inform recent climate-mediated expansion of a large boreal herbivore into an agro-ecosystem
MP Laforge, NL Michel, RK Brook
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Scale‐dependent effects of density and habitat on foal survival
MP Laforge, A Uzal, SA Medill, PD McLoughlin
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (2), 347-354, 2016
Observation of a p < 10^−9 life history event: implications of record-late caribou birth on ungulate reproductive ecology and field studies.
M Bonar, MP Laforge, E Vander Wal
Canadian Journal of Zoology 95, 133-137, 2017
Geometry of the ideal free distribution: individual behavioural variation and annual reproductive success in aggregations of a social ungulate
M Bonar, KP Lewis, QMR Webber, M Dobbin, MP Laforge, E Vander Wal
Ecology Letters 23 (9), 1360-1369, 2020
Sociopolitical factors drive conservation planning timelines: A Canadian case study with global implications
L Newediuk, JP Ethier, SP Boyle, JA Aubin, J Balluffi-Fry, E Dedeban, ...
Biological Conservation 257, 109091, 2021
Tracking snowmelt to jump the green wave: phenological drivers of migration in a northern ungulate
MP Laforge, M Bonar, E Vander Wal
Ecology 102 (3), e03268, 2021
Coyote diet and spatial co-occurrence with caribou
RKK Huang, QMR Webber, MP Laforge, AL Robitaille, M Bonar, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology, 2021
Friends because of foes: the interplay between space use and sociality in mediating predation risk
C Prokopenko, E Ellington, A Robitaille, J Aubin, J Balluffi-Fry, M Laforge, ...
Individual responses to novel predation risk and the emergence of a landscape of fear
TA Perry, MP Laforge, E Vander Wal, TW Knight, PD McLoughlin
Ecosphere 11 (8), e03216, 2020
Temporally-Dynamic Resource Selection Functions in Forage Selection and Predator Avoidance
MP Laforge, E Vander Wal
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
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