Charles J. Krebs

Affiliations: 
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Area:
behavioral ecology
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Dennis Chitty grad student UBC (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)

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Rudy Boonstra grad student UBC
Vilis Nams grad student (Marine Ecology Tree)
Robert Tamarin grad student Indiana University
Daphne J. Fairbairn grad student 1976 University of British Columbia (UBC) (Evolution Tree)
Carlos Enrique Galindo Leal grad student 1980-1991 University of British Columbia in Vancouver
Patrick Carrier grad student 2003 UBC
Elizabeth A. Gillis grad student 2003 UBC
Laura Prugh grad student 2005 UBC
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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
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
Krebs CJ, Boonstra R, Gilbert BS, et al. (2019) Impact of Climate Change on the Small Mammal Community of the Yukon Boreal Forest. Integrative Zoology
Boonstra R, Boutin S, Jung TS, et al. (2017) The impact of rewilding, species introductions and climate change on the structure and function of the Yukon boreal forest ecosystem. Integrative Zoology
Krebs CJ, Boonstra R, Boutin S. (2017) Using experimentation to understand the 10-year snowshoe hare cycle in the boreal forest of North America. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Johnsen K, Boonstra R, Boutin S, et al. (2017) Surviving winter: Food, but not habitat structure, prevents crashes in cyclic vole populations. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 115-124
Boonstra R, Andreassen HP, Boutin S, et al. (2016) Why Do the Boreal Forest Ecosystems of Northwestern Europe Differ from Those of Western North America? Bioscience. 66: 722-734
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
Mills JA, Teplitsky C, Arroyo B, et al. (2016) Solutions for Archiving Data in Long-Term Studies: A Reply to Whitlock et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
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