Rudy Boonstra, Ph.D.

University of Toronto Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
"Rudy Boonstra"
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Dennis Chitty grad student UBC (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Charles J. Krebs grad student UBC
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Delehanty B, Bossart GD, Champagne C, et al. (2020) Measurement of free glucocorticoids: quantifying corticosteroid binding capacity and its variation within and among mammal and bird species. Conservation Physiology. 8: coaa057
Peers MJL, Konkolics SM, Lamb CT, et al. (2020) Prey availability and ambient temperature influence carrion persistence in the boreal forest. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Eleftheriou A, Palme R, Boonstra R. (2020) Assessment of the Stress Response in North American Deermice: Laboratory and Field Validation of Two Enzyme Immunoassays for Fecal Corticosterone Metabolites. Animals : An Open Access Journal From Mdpi. 10
Boonstra R, Bodner K, Bosson C, et al. (2020) The stress of Arctic warming on polar bears. Global Change Biology
Lavergne SG, Peers MJL, Mastromonaco G, et al. (2020) Hair cortisol as a reliable indicator of stress physiology in the snowshoe hare: Influence of body region, sex, season, and predator-prey population dynamics. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 294: 113471
Teichroeb JA, Stead SM, Edwards PD, et al. (2020) Anogenital distance as a measure of male competitive ability in Rwenzori Angolan colobus. American Journal of Primatology. e23111
Edwards PD, Mooney SJ, Bosson CO, et al. (2020) The stress of being alone: Removal from the colony, but not social subordination, increases fecal cortisol metabolite levels in eusocial naked mole-rats. Hormones and Behavior. 104720
Oli MK, Krebs CJ, Kenney AJ, et al. (2020) Demography of snowshoe hare population cycles. Ecology. e02969
Boudreau MR, Seguin JL, Boonstra R, et al. (2019) Experimental increase in predation risk causes a cascading stress response in free-ranging snowshoe hares. Oecologia
van Kesteren F, Delehanty B, Westrick SE, et al. (2019) Experimental Increases in Glucocorticoids Alter Function of the HPA Axis in Wild Red Squirrels without Negatively Impacting Survival and Reproduction. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 92: 445-458
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