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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
1132014
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, 383-390, 2014
512014
Process-focussed, multi-grain resource selection functions
MP Laforge, E Vander Wal, RK Brook, EM Bayne, PD McLoughlin
Ecological Modelling 305, 10-21, 2015
462015
Grain-dependent functional responses in habitat selection
MP Laforge, RK Brook, FM van Beest, EM Bayne, PD McLoughlin
Landscape Ecology 31, 855-863, 2016
382016
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
362019
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
312020
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
242017
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
222016
Conceptual and methodological advances in habitat‐selection modeling: guidelines for ecology and evolution
JM Northrup, E Vander Wal, M Bonar, J Fieberg, MP Laforge, M Leclerc, ...
Ecological Applications 32 (1), e02470, 2022
212022
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
152021
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
122018
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, 1661-1670, 2017
112017
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
102020
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
102017
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
82016
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
62017
Coyote (Canis latrans) diet and spatial co-occurrence with woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou)
RKK Huang, QMR Webber, MP Laforge, AL Robitaille, M Bonar, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 99 (5), 391-399, 2021
52021
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
42020
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
32021
Repeatability is the first step in a broader hypothesis test: a comment on Stuber et al.
E Vander Wal, QMR Webber, MP Laforge
Behavioral Ecology 33 (3), 487-488, 2022
12022
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