Death comes for us all: Relating movement-integrated habitat selection and social behavior to human-associated and disease-related mortality among gray wolves Turner JW, Prokopenko CM, Kingdon KA, Dupont DLJ, Zabihi-Seissan S, Vander Wal E.10.1007/s00442-023-05426-6
Behavioural ecology at the spatial-social interface Webber QMR, Albery GFF, Farine DRR, Pinter-Wollman N, Sharma N, Spiegel O, Vander Wal E, Manlove K.10.1111/brv.12934
Foraging decisions of snowshoe hares in response to experimentally induced coat-colour mismatch Kennah JL, Peers MJL, Balluffi-Fry J, Richmond IC, Vander Wal E.10.1101/2023.05.05.539566
Animal-vectored nutrient flows across resource gradients influence the nature of local and meta-ecosystem functioning Rizzuto M, Leroux SJ, Schmitz OJ, Vander Wal E, Wiersma YF, Heckford TR.10.1101/2023.03.03.530982
Coat color mismatch improves survival of a keystone boreal herbivore: Energetic advantages exceed lost camouflage Kennah JL, Peers MJL, Vander Wal E, Majchrzak YN, Menzies AK, Studd EK, Boonstra R, Humphries MM, Jung TS, Kenney AJ, Krebs CJ, Boutin S.10.1002/ecy.3882
Studying the spatial structuring of chemical elements through the prism of community and landscape ecology McLeod A, Leroux S, Little C, Massol F, Vander Wal E, Wiersma Y, Gounand I, Nicolas L, Harvey E.10.22541/au.167631340.08861447/v1
Protection, energetic assistance, or social perks: How do beluga offspring benefit from allocare? Aubin JA, Michaud R, Vander Wal E.10.1111/mms.12957
Uncertainty during migration: The role of predictable resources in unpredictable conditions in determining movement in Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) Dedeban E, Webber QM, Laforge MP, Robitaille AL, Vander Wal E.10.1093/jmammal/gyad081
Plasticity and repeatability in spring migration and parturition dates with implications for annual reproductive success Laforge MP, Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1111/1365-2656.13911
Unifying adaptive stress and adaptive habitat selection hypotheses through movement ecology Newediuk L, Mastromonaco GF, Vander Wal E.10.1101/2022.03.03.482820
Wolf spatial behavior promotes encounters and kills of abundant prey Zabihi-Seissan S, Prokopenko CM, Vander Wal E.10.1007/s00442-022-05218-4
Ecoregion and community structure influences on the foliar elemental niche of balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) mill.) and white birch (Betula papyrifera marshall) Heckford TR, Leroux SJ, Vander Wal E, Rizzuto M, Balluffi-Fry J, Richmond IC, Wiersma YF.10.1002/ece3.9244
Predicting the individual identity of non-invasive faecal and hair samples using biotelemetry clusters Newediuk L, Vander Wal E.10.1007/s42991-021-00173-8
In defense of elemental currencies: Can ecological stoichiometry stand as a framework for terrestrial herbivore nutritional ecology? Balluffi-Fry J, Leroux SJ, Champagne E, Vander Wal E.10.1007/s00442-022-05176-x
Repeatability is the first step in a broader hypothesis test: A comment on Stuber et al Vander Wal E, Webber QMR, Laforge MP.10.1093/beheco/arac005
The adaptive value of density-dependent habitat specialization and social network centrality Webber Q, Laforge M, Bonar M, Vander Wal E.10.22541/au.165210484.46672609/v1
What do caribou eat? A review of the literature on caribou diet Webber QMR, Ferraro KM, Hendrix JG, Vander Wal E.10.1139/cjz-2021-0162
The relevance of genetic structure in ecotype designation and conservation management Stronen A V, Norman AJ, Vander Wal E, Paquet PC.10.1111/eva.13339
Spatially explicit correlates of plant functional traits inform landscape patterns of resource quality Heckford TR, Leroux SJ, Vander Wal E, Rizzuto M, Balluffi-Fry J, Richmond IC, Wiersma YF.10.1007/s10980-021-01334-3
Individual differences in habitat selection mediate landscape level predictions of a functional response Newediuk L, Prokopenko CM, Vander Wal E.10.1007/s00442-021-05098-0
Conceptual and methodological advances in habitat-selection modeling: Guidelines for ecology and evolution Northrup JM, Vander Wal E, Bon M, Fieberg J, Laforge MP, Leclerc M, Prokopenko CM, Gerber BD.10.1002/eap.2470
Individual snowshoe hares manage risk differently: Integrating stoichiometric distribution models and foraging ecology Richmond IC, Balluffi-Fry J, Vander Wal E, Leroux SJ, Rizzuto M, Heckford TR, Kennah JL, Riefesel GR, Wiersma YF, Pauli J.10.1093/jmammal/gyab130
Environmental, social, and morphological drivers of fission-fusion dynamics in a social ungulate Le Goff M, Hendrix JG, Webber QM, Robitaille AL, Vander Wal E.10.1101/2022.09.22.508899
Optimal prey switching: Predator foraging costs provide a mechanism for functional responses in multi-prey systems Prokopenko CM, Avgar T, Ford A, Vander Wal E.10.1002/ecy.3928
Solving the sample size problem for resource selection functions Street GM, Potts JR, Borger L, Beasley JC, Demarais S, Fryxell JM, McLoughlin PD, Monteith KL, Prokopenko CM, Ribeiro MC, Rodgers AR, Strickland BK, van Beest FM, Bernasconi DA, Beumer LT, Dharmarajan G, Dwinnell SP, Keiter DA, Keuroghlian A, Newediuk LJ, Oshima JEF, Rhodes O Jr., Schlichting PE, Schmidt NM, Vander Wal E.10.1111/2041-210X.13701
On the marginal value of swimming in woodland caribou Webber QMR, Hendrix JG, Robitaille AL, Vander Wal E.10.1002/ecy.3491
Forage stoichiometry predicts the home range size of a small terrestrial herbivore Rizzuto M, Leroux SJ, Vander Wal E, Richmond IC, Heckford TR, Balluffi-Fry J, Wiersma YF.10.1007/s00442-021-04965-0
The problem and promise of scale in multilayer animal social networks Robitaille AL, Webber QMR, Turner JW, Vander Wal E.10.1093/cz/zoab068
Context-dependent group size: Effects of population density, habitat, and season Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1093/beheco/arab070
Temporal variation and its drivers in the elemental traits of four boreal plant species Richmond IC, Leroux SJ, Heckford TR, Vander Wal E, Rizzuto M, Balluffi-Fry J, Kennah JL, Wiersma YF.10.1093/jpe/rtaa103
Coyote (Canis latrans) diet and spatial co-occurrence with woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) Huang RKK, Webber QMR, Laforge MP, Robitaille AL, Bonar M, Balluffi-Fry J, Zabihi-Seissan S, Vander Wal E.10.1139/cjz-2020-0253
Sociopolitical factors drive conservation planning timelines: A canadian case study with global implications Newediuk L, Ethier JP, Boyle SP, Aubin JA, Balluffi-Fry J, Dedeban E, Laforge MP, Prokopenko CM, Turner JW, Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1016/j.biocon.2021.109091
Tracking snowmelt to jump the green wave: Phenological drivers of migration in a northern ungulate Laforge MP, Bonar M, Vander Wal E.10.1002/ecy.3268
Social environment: Trait, context and agent for selection in a meta-population Vander Wal E.10.1111/1365-2656.13400
Prospective evolutionary drivers of allocare in wild belugas Aubin JA, Michaud R, Wal EV.10.1163/1568539X-bja10094
Integrating plant stoichiometry and feeding experiments: State-dependent forage choice and its implications on body mass Balluffi-Fry J, Leroux SJ, Wiersma YF, Richmond IC, Heckford TR, Rizzuto M, Kennah JL, Vander Wal E.10.1007/s00442-021-05069-5
Does where you live influence what you are made of? Spatial correlates of chemical traits across commonly occurring boreal plants Heckford TR, Leroux SJ, Wal EV, Rizzuto M, Balluffi-Fry J, Richmond IC, Wiersma YF.10.1101/2021.01.26.428320
Quantity-quality trade-offs revealed using a multiscale test of herbivore resource selection on elemental landscapes Balluffi-Fry J, Leroux SJ, Wiersma YF, Heckford TR, Rizzuto M, Richmond IC, Vander Wal E.10.1002/ece3.6975
Herbivore impacts on carbon cycling in boreal forests Leroux SJ, Wiersma YF, Vander Wal E.10.1016/j.tree.2020.07.009
Is less more? A commentary on the practice of “metric hacking” in animal social network analysis Webber QMR, Schneider DC, Vander Wal E.10.1016/j.anbehav.2020.08.011
Geometry of the ideal free distribution: Individual behavioural variation and annual reproductive success in aggregations of a social ungulate Bonar M, Lewis KP, Webber QMR, Dobbin M, Laforge MP, Vander Wal E.10.1111/ele.13563
Divergent estimates of herd-wide caribou calf survival: Ecological factors and methodological biases Ellington EH, Lewis KP, Koen EL, Vander Wal E.10.1002/ece3.6553
Individual responses to novel predation risk and the emergence of a landscape of fear Perry TA, Laforge MP, Vander Wal E, Knight TW, McLoughlin PD.10.1002/ecs2.3216
The ecology of individual differences empirically applied to space-use and movement tactics Webber QMR, Laforge MP, Bonar M, Robitaille AL, Hart C, Zabihi-Seissan S, Vander Wal E.10.1086/708721
Heterogeneity in social network connections is density-dependent: Implications for disease dynamics in a gregarious ungulate Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1007/s00265-020-02860-x
Biologging special feature Borger L, Bijleveld AI, Fayet AL, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Patrick SC, Street GM, Vander Wal E.10.1111/1365-2656.13163
Density dependence and eco-evolutionary dynamics of animal social networks: A comment on shizuka and johnson Vander Wal E, Webber QMR.10.1093/beheco/arz150
Patterns and potential drivers of intraspecific variability in the body C, N, and P composition of a terrestrial consumer, the snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) Rizzuto M, Leroux SJ, Vander Wal E, Wiersma YF, Heckford TR, Balluffi-Fry J.10.1002/ece3.5880
Conducting social network analysis with animal telemetry data: Applications and methods using spatsoc Robitaille AL, Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1111/2041-210X.13215
Understanding habitat co-occurrence and the potential for competition between native mammals and invasive wild pigs (Sus scrofa) at the northern edge of their range O’Brien P, Wal EV, Koen EL, Brown CD, Guy J, van Beest FM, Brook RK.10.1139/cjz-2018-0156
Space use and social association in a gregarious ungulate: Testing the conspecific attraction and resource dispersion hypotheses Peignier M, Webber QMR, Koen EL, Laforge MP, Robitaille AL, Vander Wal E.10.1002/ece3.5071
Trends and perspectives on the use of animal social network analysis in behavioural ecology: A bibliometric approach Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1016/j.anbehav.2019.01.010
Reproductive ecology of recently established wild pigs in canada Koen EL, Vander Wal E, Kost R, Brook RK.10.1674/0003-0031-179.2.275
Wildlife biology, big data, and reproducible research Lewis KP, Vander Wal E, Fifield DA.10.1002/wsb.847
Consistent individual differences and population plasticity in network-derived sociality: An experimental manipulation of density in a gregarious ungulate O’Brien PP, Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1371/journal.pone.0193425
Implementing a novel movement-based approach to inferring parturition and neonate caribou calf survival Bonar M, Ellington EH, Lewis KP, Vander Wal E.10.1371/journal.pone.0192204
An evolutionary framework outlining the integration of individual social and spatial ecology Webber QMR, Vander Wal E.10.1111/1365-2656.12773
Stoichiometric distribution models: Ecological stoichiometry at the landscape extent Leroux SJ, Vander Wal E, Wiersma YF, Charron L, Ebel JD, Ellis NM, Hart C, Kissler E, Saunders PW, Moudra L, Tanner AL, Yalcin S.10.1111/ele.12859
Does prey density predict characteristics of primiparity in a solitary and specialized predator, the Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis)? Reynolds JJ, Vander Wal E, Adams BK, Curran RM, Doucet CM.10.1139/cjz-2016-0269
Observation of a p [less than] 10\(^-\)9 life-history event: Implications of record-late caribou birth on ungulate reproductive ecology and field studies Bonar M, Laforge MP, Vander Wal E.10.1139/cjz-2016-0245
Quantifying consistent individual differences in habitat selection Leclerc M, Wal EV, Zedrosser A, Swenson JE, Kindberg J, Pelletier F.10.1007/s00442-015-3500-6
Dyadic associations and individual sociality in bighorn ewes Vander Wal E, Gagne-Delorme A, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F.10.1093/beheco/arv193
Process-focussed, multi-grain resource selection functions Laforge MP, Vander Wal E, Brook RK, Bayne EM, McLoughlin PD.10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.03.003
Born to be wild? Response of an urban exploiter to human-modified environment and fluctuating weather conditions Turgeon G, Vander Wal E, Masse A, Pelletier F.10.1139/cjz-2014-0263
Diurnal and nocturnal activity patterns of invasive wild boar (Sus scrofa) in Saskatchewan, Canada Stolle K, van Beest FM, Vander Wal E, Brook RK.10.22621/cfn.v129i1.1670
Density-dependent habitat selection and partitioning between two sympatric ungulates van Beest FM, McLoughlin PD, Vander Wal E, Brook RK.10.1007/s00442-014-2978-7
Evolutionary perspectives on wildlife disease: Concepts and applications Vander Wal E, Garant D, Pelletier F.10.1111/eva.12179
Applying evolutionary concepts to wildlife disease ecology and management Vander Wal E, Garant D, Calme S, Chapman CA, Festa-Bianchet M, Millien V, Rioux-Paquette S, Pelletier F.10.1111/eva.12168
Density dependence in social behaviour: Home range overlap and density interacts to affect conspecific encounter rates in a gregarious ungulate Vander Wal E, Laforge MP, McLoughlin PD.10.1007/s00265-013-1652-0
Increasing density leads to generalization in both coarse-grained habitat selection and fine-grained resource selection in a large mammal van Beest FM, Uzal A, Vander Wal E, Laforge MP, Contasti AL, Colville D, McLoughlin PD.10.1111/1365-2656.12115
Sex-based differences in the adaptive value of social behavior contrasted against morphology and environment Vander Wal E, Festa-Bianchet M, Réale D, Coltman DW, Pelletier F.10.1890/14-1320.1
Juxtaposition between host population structures: Implications for disease transmission in a sympatric cervid community Vander Wal E, Edye I, Paquet PC, Coltman DW, Bayne E, Brook RK, Andres JA.10.1111/eva.12065
Targeting hunter distribution based on host resource selection and kill sites to manage disease risk Dugal CJ, van Beest FM, Vander Wal E, Brook RK.10.1002/ece3.788
Factors driving variation in movement rate and seasonality of sympatric ungulates van Beest FM, Wal EV, Stronen AV, Brook RK.10.1644/12-MAMM-A-080.1
Evaluating use of cattle winter feeding areas by elk and white-tailed deer: Implications for managing bovine tuberculosis transmission risk from the ground up Brook RK, Vander Wal E, van Beest FM, McLachlan SM.10.1016/j.prevetmed.2012.07.017
Density-dependent effects on group size are sex-specific in a gregarious ungulate Vander Wal E, van Beest FM, Brook RK.10.1371/journal.pone.0053777
Identifying hidden sinks in growing populations from individual fates and movements: The feral horses of sable island Contasti AL, Van Beest FM, Vander Wal E, McLoughlin PD.10.1002/jwmg.625
Context-dependent social behaviour: Testing the interplay between season and kinship with raccoons Robert K, Garant D, Vander Wal E, Pelletier F.10.1111/jzo.12027
Temporal variation in site fidelity: Scale-dependent effects of forage abundance and predation risk in a non-migratory large herbivore van Beest FM, Vander Wal E, Stronen AV, Paquet PC, Brook RK.10.1007/s00442-013-2647-2
Effects of phenology and sex on social proximity in a gregarious ungulate Vander Wal E, Paquet PC, Messier F, McLoughlin PD.10.1139/cjz-2012-0237
Evolutionary rescue in vertebrates: Evidence, applications and uncertainty Vander Wal E, Garant D, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F.10.1098/rstb.2012.0090
Influence of landscape and social interactions on transmission of disease in a social cervid Vander Wal E, Paquet PC, Andres JA.10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05431.x
Sex-based differences in density-dependent sociality: An experiment with a gregarious ungulate Vander Wal E, Yip H, McLoughlin PD.10.1890/11-0020.1
An individual-based quantitative approach for delineating core areas of animal space use Vander Wal E, Rodgers AR.10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.10.006
Spatial and temporal factors influencing sightability of elk Vander Wal E, McLoughlin PD, Brook RK.10.1002/jwmg.208
Seasonal shifts in habitat selection of a large herbivore and the influence of human activity McLoughlin PD, Vander Wal E, Lowe SJ, Patterson BR, Murray DL.10.1016/j.baae.2011.09.001
Considering ecological dynamics in resource selection functions McLoughlin PD, Morris DW, Fortin D, Vander Wal E, Contasti AL.10.1111/j.1365-2656.2009.01613.x
Designating seasonality using rate of movement Wal EV, Rodgers AR.10.2193/2008-137