Rudy Boonstra, Ph.D.

University of Toronto Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
"Rudy Boonstra"
Mean distance: 15.51 (cluster 7)


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Dennis Chitty grad student UBC (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Charles J. Krebs grad student UBC


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Ben Dantzer grad student University of Toronto Scarborough (Evolution Tree)
Jennifer Barker grad student 2001-2004 University of Toronto Scarborough
Xuhua Xia post-doc 1991-1993 University of Toronto (Evolution Tree)
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Shiratsuru S, Studd EK, Boutin S, et al. (2023) When death comes: linking predator-prey activity patterns to timing of mortality to understand predation risk. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20230661
Oli MK, Kenney AJ, Boonstra R, et al. (2023) Does coat colour influence survival? A test in a cyclic population of snowshoe hares. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20221421
Krebs CJ, Kenney AJ, Gilbert BS, et al. (2023) Long-term monitoring of cycles in Clethrionomys rutilus in the Yukon boreal forest. Integrative Zoology
Edwards PD, Palme R, Boonstra R. (2023) Is chronic stress a causal mechanism for small mammal population cycles? Reconciling the evidence. Oecologia. 201: 609-623
Edwards PD, Boonstra R, Oli MK. (2023) An experimental analysis of density-dependence in meadow voles: Within-season and delayed effects. Ecology. e4008
Kennah JL, Peers MJL, Vander Wal E, et al. (2022) Coat color mismatch improves survival of a keystone boreal herbivore: Energetic advantages exceed lost camouflage. Ecology. e3882
Petrullo L, Delaney D, Boutin S, et al. (2022) The glucocorticoid response to environmental change is not specific to agents of natural selection in wild red squirrels. Hormones and Behavior. 146: 105262
Petrullo L, Ren T, Wu M, et al. (2022) Glucocorticoids coordinate changes in gut microbiome composition in wild North American red squirrels. Scientific Reports. 12: 2605
Majchrzak YN, Peers MJL, Studd EK, et al. (2022) Balancing food acquisition and predation risk drives demographic changes in snowshoe hare population cycles. Ecology Letters
Lavergne SG, Krebs CJ, Kenney AJ, et al. (2021) The impact of variable predation risk on stress in snowshoe hares over the cycle in North America's boreal forest: adjusting to change. Oecologia
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