We often try to address research questions by using existing data sets in synthetic analyses. A few examples of research products from this type of approach are listed below. The picture is from a visit Colin and Jeff made to the Carleton University Landscape Ecology lab, where Colin presented some of his work.
Ryan Gorman, M.Sc. graduate, 2007, Watershed Ecosystems Graduate Program, Trent University
Spatial analysis of population trends of American mink (Neovison vison) in Ontario
Bowman, J., J.E. Greenhorn, R.R. Marrotte, M.M. McKay, K.Y. Morris, M.B. Prentice, and M. Wehtje. 2016. On applications of landscape genetics. conservation Genetics. doi: 10.1007/s10592-016-0834-5.
Guillaumet, A., J. Bowman, D. Thornton, and D.L. Murray. 2015. The influence of coyote on Canada lynx populations assessed at two different spatial scales. Community Ecology 16: 135-146.
Bowman, J., D. S. Badzinski, and R. J. Brooks. 2010. The numerical response of breeding northern saw-whet owls suggests nomadism. Journal of Ornithology 151: 499-506.
Lancaster, P. A., J. Bowman, and B. A. Pond. 2008. Fishers, farms, and forests in eastern North America. Environmental Management 42: 93-101.
Bowman, J., A. G. Kidd, R. M. Gorman, and A. I. Schulte-Hostedde. 2007. Assessing the potential for impacts by feral mink on wild mink in Canada. Biological Conservation 139: 12-18.
Varrin, R., J. Bowman, and P. A. Gray. 2007. The known and potential effects of climate change on biodiversity in Ontario's terrestrial ecosystems: case studies and recommendations for adaptation. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Applied Research and Development Branch, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Climate Change Research Report CCRR-09. 47 p.
Bowman, J., D. Donovan, and R. C. Rosatte. 2006. Numerical response of fishers to synchronous prey dynamics. Journal of Mammalogy 87: 480-484.
Bowman, J. 2003. Is dispersal distance of birds proportional to territory size? Canadian Journal of Zoology 81: 195-202.
Bowman, J., N. Cappuccino, and L. Fahrig. 2002. Patch size and population density: the effect of immigration behavior. Conservation Ecology 6(1):9.
Bowman, J., J. A. G. Jaeger, and L. Fahrig. 2002. Dispersal distance of mammals is proportional to home range size. Ecology 83: 2049-2055.