Elizabeth A. Gillis, Ph.D.

behavioral ecology
"Elizabeth Gillis"
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Charles J. Krebs grad student 2003 UBC
 (Breeding dispersal, male mating tactics, and population dynamics of Arctic ground squirrels.)
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Werner JR, Gillis EA, Boonstra R, et al. (2016) You can hide but you can't run: apparent competition, predator responses and the decline of Arctic ground squirrels in boreal forests of the southwest Yukon. Peerj. 4: e2303
Germain RM, Johnson L, Schneider S, et al. (2013) Spatial variability in plant predation determines the strength of stochastic community assembly. The American Naturalist. 182: 169-79
Gillis EA, Green DJ, Middleton HA, et al. (2008) Life history correlates of alternative migratory strategies in American Dippers. Ecology. 89: 1687-95
Gillis EA, Hik DS, Boonstra R, et al. (2005) Being high is better: Effects of elevation and habitat on arctic ground squirrel demography Oikos. 108: 231-240
Gillis EA, Morrison SF, Zazula GD, et al. (2005) Evidence for selective caching by arctic ground squirrels living in alpine meadows in the Yukon Arctic. 58: 354-360
Nams VO, Gillis EA. (2003) Changes in tracking tube use by small mammals over time Journal of Mammalogy. 84: 1374-1380
Gillis EA, Krebs CJ. (2000) Survival of dispersing versus philopatric juvenile snowshoe hares: Do dispersers die? Oikos. 90: 343-346
Haydon DT, Gillis EA, Stefan CI, et al. (1999) Biases in the estimation of the demographic parameters of a snowshoe hare population Journal of Animal Ecology. 68: 501-512
Hodges KE, Stefan CI, Gillis EA. (1999) Does body condition affect fecundity in a cyclic population of snowshoe hares? Canadian Journal of Zoology. 77: 1-6
Gillis EA, Krebs CJ. (1999) Natal dispersal of snowshoe hares during a cyclic population increase Journal of Mammalogy. 80: 933-939
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