Books and Book Chapters
Refereed Conference Proceedings

Journal papers:


Anderson CA, Fahrig L, Rausch J, Martin J-L, Daufresne T, Smith PA. 2023. Climate-related range shifts in Arctic-breeding shorebirds. Ecology and Evolution 13: e9797. [Andersonetal2023Ecol&Evol]

Anderson CM, Fahrig L, Rausch J, Smith PA. 2023. Climate variables are not the dominant predictor of Arctic shorebird distributions. PLOS ONE, e0285115. [Andersonetal2023PlosOne]

Arroyo-Rodriguez V, Martínez-Ruiz M, Bezerra JS, Galán-Acedo C, San-José M, Fahrig L. 2023. Does a species’ mobility determine the scale at which it is influenced by the surrounding landscape pattern? Current Landscape Ecology Reports 8: 23–33. [Arroyo-Rodriguezetal2023CLER]

Bergman, J.N., Neigel, K.L., Landsman, S.J., Glassman, D., LaRochelle, L., Bennett, J.R., Rennie, C.D., Vermaire, J.C. and Cooke, S.J., 2023. Multi-year evaluation of muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) spatial ecology during winter drawdowns in a regulated, urban waterway in Canada. Hydrobiologia 850: 417-439. link

Binley, A. D. and Bennett, J. R. 2023. The data double standard. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. link

Binley, A.D., Bennett, J.R., Schuster, R., Rodewald, A., La Sorte, F., Fink, D., Zukerberg, B., and Wilson, S. 2023Species traits drive responses of forest birds to agriculturally-modified habitats throughout the annual cycle. Ecography. link

Binley, A.D., Vincent, J.G., Rytwinski, T., Proctor, C.A., Urness, E.S., Davis, S.A., Soroye, P., Bennett, J.R. 2023. Patterns of community science data use in peer-reviewed research on biodiversity. Biological Conservationlink

Buxton, R. T., Pearson, A. L., Lin, H.-Y., Sanciangco, J., and Bennett, J. R. 2023. Exploring the relationship between bird diversity and anxiety and mood disorder hospitalization rates. Geography and Environment. link

Davy, C.M., and C.K.R. Willis. (2023) Disease ecology of bats – the Canadian scene. Canadian Journal of Zoology.

Haley, A.L., Lemieux, T.A., Piczak, M.L., Karau, S., D’Addario, A., Irvine, R.L., Beaudoin, C., Bennett, J.R. and Cooke, S.J., 2023. On the effectiveness of public awareness campaigns for the management of invasive species. Environmental Conservationlink

Hanson, J. O., McCune, J. L., Chadès, I., Proctor, C. A., Hudgins, E. J., and Bennett, J. R. 2023. Optimizing ecological surveys for conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology 60: 41-51link

Harper, M., Rytwinski, T., Creed, I.F., Helmuth, B., Smol, J.P., Bennett, J.R., Hanna, D., Saravia, L.A., Rocha, J., Carrier-Belleau, C. and Foulk, A., 2023. A multi-realm perspective on applying potential tipping points to environmental decision-making. Environmental Reviews. link

Hooton, L.A., A.A. Adams, A. Cameron, E.E. Fraser, L. Hale, S. Kingston, M.B. Fenton, L.P. McGuire, E.E. Stukenholtz, and C.M. Davy. (2023)Effects of bat white-nose syndrome on hibernation and swarming aggregations of bats in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Zoology.

Martin A, Lockhart JK, Fahrig L. 2023. Are weak dispersers more vulnerable than strong dispersers to land use intensification? Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290: 20220909. [Martinetal2023ProcRoySocB]

Piczak, M. L., Robichaud, J. A., Morrison, P., Rous, A. M., Mulder, I. M., Hill, C. J., Prystay, T. L., Rosner- Katz, H., Robinson, K. F., Bennett, J. R., and Cooke, S. J. 2023. Structured decision making remains underused in ecological restoration, despite potential benefits. Environment Systems and Decisions. link

Rabbetts MA, Fahrig L, Mitchell GW, Hannah KC, Collins SJ, Wilson S. 2023. Direct and indirect effects of agricultural land cover on avian biodiversity in eastern Canada. Biodiversity and Conservation 32: 1403-1421. [Rabbettsetal2023Biodiv&Conserv]

Reeve, C., J. Robichaud, T. Fernandes, A. Bates, A. Bramburger, J. Brownscombe, C.M. Davy, H. Henry, B. McMeans, E. Moise, S. Sharma, P. Smith, E. Studd, A. O’Sullivan, A. Sutton, P. Templer, and S. Cooke. (2023) Applied Winter Biology: Threats, Conservation, and Management of Biological Resources during Winter in Cold Climate Regions. Conservation Physiology 11(1): coad027.

Riva F, Fahrig L. 2023. Landscape-scale habitat fragmentation is positively related to biodiversity, despite patch-scale ecosystem decay. Ecology Letters 26:268–277. [Riva&Fahrig2023EcologyLetters]

Schuster, R., Buxton, R. T., Hanson, J. O., Binley, A. D., Pittman, J., Tulloch, V. La Sorte, F. A., Verburg, P. H., Rodewald, A. D., Wilson, S., Possingham, H. P., and Bennett, J. R. 2023. Protected area planning to conserve biodiversity in an uncertain future. Conservation Biology. link

Skinner, A.A., A.M. Korpach, S. Åkesson, M. Bakermans, T.J. Benson, R.M. Brigham, G.J. Conway, C.M. Davy, R. Evens, K.C. Fraser, A. Hedenström, I.G. Henderson, J. Honkala, L.B. Jacobsen, G. Norevik, K. Thorup, C.M. Tonra, A. Vitz, M.P. Ward, and E. Knight. (Preprint) Assessing an age-old ecogeographical rule in nightjars across the full annual cycle. bioRxiv.

Wen, X., Bennett, J. R., Rytwinski, T., Karimi, S., Spetka, M., Taylor, J. J., and Smith, P. A. 2023. How temporarily conserved areas can support biodiversity conservation in Canada, The United States and Mexico. Conservation Biology. link

Wijewardena, T., N. Mandrak, J.E. Paterson, C.M. Davy, C.B. Edge, A.M. Lentini, and J.D. Litzgus. (2023) Effects of release method on the survival, somatic growth, and body condition of headstarted turtles.  Journal of Wildlife Management.

Xu, L., Rolf, E., Beery, S., Bennett, J.R., Berger-Wolf, T., Birch, T., Bondi-Kelly, E., Brashares, J., Chapman, M., Corso, A., Davies, A., Garg, N., Gaylard, A., Heilmayr, R., Kerner, H., Klemmer, K., Kumar, V., Mackey, L., Monteleoni, C., Moorcroft, P., Palmer, J., Perrault, A., Thau, D. and Tambe, M. 2023. Reflections from the Workshop on AI-Assisted Decision Making for Conservation. arXiv preprint arXiv:2307.08774. link


Anderson Alexandra M., Catherine B. Jardine, J.R. Zimmerling, Erin F. Baerwald, and Christina M. Davy. Effects of turbine height and cut-in speed on bat and swallow fatalities at wind energy facilities. FACETS7: 1281-1297.

Bergman, J. N., Raby, G. D., Neigel, K. L., Rennie, C. D., Balshine, S., Bennett, J. R., … & Cooke, S. J. (2022). Tracking the early stages of an invasion with biotelemetry: behaviour of round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in Canada’s historic Rideau Canal. Biological Invasions, 1-25.

Carter, Z. T.,  Hanson, J. O.,  Perry, G. L. W., &  Russell, J. C. (2022).  Incorporating management action suitability in conservation plans. Journal of Applied Ecology,  00,  1– 12.

Cazetta E, Fahrig L. 2022. The effects of human-altered habitat spatial pattern on frugivory and seed dispersal: a global meta-analysis. Oikos: e08288. [Cazetta&Fahrig2022Oikos]

Cooke SJ, Michaels S, Nyboer EA, Schiller L, Littlechild DBR, Hanna D, Robichaud CD, Murdoch A, Roche D, Soroye P, Vermaire JC, Nguyen VM, Young N, Provencher JF, Smith PA, Mitchell GW, Avery-Gomm S, Davy CM, Buxton RT, Rytwinski T, Fahrig L, Bennett JR, Auld G. 2022. Reconceptualizing Conservation. PLoS Sustainability and Transformation 1: e0000016. [Cookeetal2022PlosSustTrans]

Crawshaw, Lauren, Tore Buchanan, Leonard Shirose, Amanda Palahnuk, Hugh Y. Cai, Amanda M. Bennett, Claire M. Jardine, Christina M. Davy. 2022.  Widespread occurrence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Ontario, Canada, and predicted habitat suitability for the emerging Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans.  Ecology and Evolution 12(4): e8798.

Cuthbert, R. N., Diagne, C., Hudgins, E. J., Turbelin, A., Ahmed, D. A., Albert, C., … & Courchamp, F. (2022). Biological invasion costs reveal insufficient proactive management worldwide. Science of The Total Environment, 153404.

Davy, Christina M., Valerie von Zuben, Piia M. Kukka, Brian D. Gerber, Brian G. Slough, and Thomas S. Jung.  2022.  Rapidly declining body size in an insectivorous bat is associated with increased precipitation and decreased survival.  Ecological Applications 32(7): e2639.

Dillon R.M., J.E. Paterson, P. Manorome, K. Ritchie, L. Shirose, E. Slavik, and C.M. Davy. (2022) Seasonal and interspecific variation in the prevalence and resolution of ophidiomycosis in free-ranging snakes. Journal of Wildlife Diseases.

Duflot R, Fahrig L, Mönkkönen M. 2022. Management diversity begets biodiversity in production forest landscapes. Biological Conservation 268: 109514. [Duflotetal2022BiolConserv]

Edwards, B., Smith, A., et. al. 2022. Point Count Offsets for Estimating Population Sizes of North American Landbirds. International Journal for Avian Science.

Fahrig L, Watling JI, Arnillas CA, Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Jörger-Hickfang T, Müller J, Pereira H, Riva F, Rösch V, Seibold S, Tscharntke T, May F. 2022. Resolving the SLOSS dilemma for biodiversity conservation: a research agenda. Biological Reviews 97: 99–114. [Fahrigetal2022BiolRev]

Hanson J, Vincent J, Schuster R, Fahrig L, Brennan A, Martin A, Hughes J, Pither R, Bennett J. 2022. A comparison of approaches for including connectivity in systematic conservation planning. Journal of Applied Ecology 59: 2507-2519. [Hansonetal2022JApplEcol]

Hanson, J.O., McCune, J.L., Chadès, I., Proctor, C.A., Hudgins, E.J. and Bennett, J.R. (2022), Optimizing ecological surveys for conservation. J Appl Ecol.

Herrero-Jáuregui C, Camba GH, Andries DM, Aguiar S, Mastrangelo M, Fahrig L. 2022. Past and present effects of habitat amount and fragmentation per se on plant species richness, composition and traits. Biological Conservation 276: 109815. [Herrero-Jáureguietal2022BiolConserv]

Korpach, A.M., C.J. Garroway, A.M. Mills, V. Von Zuben, C.M. Davy, and K.C. Fraser. (2022) Urbanization and artificial light at night reduce the functional connectivity of migratory aerial habitat. Ecography.

Lawley, C. J. J., Mitchell, M. G. E., Stralberg, D., Schuster, R., McIntire, E., and Bennett, J. R. 2022. Mapping Canada’s green economic pathways for battery minerals. Earth Science, Systems and Society 2: 10064. link

Murphy RE, Martin AE, Fahrig L. 2022. Reduced predation on roadside nests can compensate for road mortality in road-adjacent turtle populations. Ecosphere 13: e3946. [Reduced predation on roadside nests can compensate for road mortality in road-adjacent turtle populations]

Nielsen, E.S., Hanson, J. O., …, von der Heyden. (2022) Molecular ecology meets systematic conservation planning. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

Palacio, F.X., Callaghan, C.T., Cardoso, P., Hudgins, E.J., Jarzyna, M.A., Ottaviani, G., Riva, F., Graco-Roza, C., Shirey, V. and Mammola, S. (2022), A protocol for reproducible functional diversity analyses. Ecography e06287.

Proctor et al., 2022, Conservation Science and Practice. “Prioritization of public and private land to protect species at risk habitat”

Riva F, Martin CJ, Millard K, Fahrig L. 2022. Loss of the world’s smallest forests. Global Change Biology 28: 7164-7166. [Rivaetal2022GlobalChangeBiology]

Riva, F and Fahrig, L. 2022. The disproportionately high value of small patches for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Letters 15(3): e12881 [DOI] [PDF]

Robichaud, C.D., Rooney, R.C. Differences in above-ground resource acquisition and niche overlap between a model invader (Phragmites australis) and resident plant species: measuring the role of fitness and niche differences in the field. Biol Invasions 24649–682 (2022).

Sesin, V., J.R. Freeland, J. M. Gilbert, K.J. Stevens, and C.M. Davy. (2022) Legacies of invasive plant management: effects of leaching from glyphosate-treated and untreated plants on germination and early growth of native macrophytes. Biological Invasions.

Viliani, Leonardo, Simona Bonelli, Monica Vercelli, David B. Roy, and Federico Riva. 2022. Does a short Pollard walk transect capture butterfly and bee diversity? A test to inform pollinator monitoring and community science initiatives.  Insect Conservation and Diversity 15(6): 645-654.

Vincent, Jaimie G.Schuster, Richard, Wilson, Scott, Fink, Daniel, and Bennett, Joseph R.. 2022. “ Clustering Community Science Data to Infer Songbird Migratory Connectivity in the Western Hemisphere.” Ecosphere 13( 4): e4011.


Arroyo-Rodriguez V, Fahrig L, Watling JI, Nowakowski J, Tabarelli M, Tischendorf L, Melo FPL, Santos BA, Benchimol M, Morante-Filho JC, Slik JWF, Vieira ICG, Tscharntke T. 2021. Preserving 40% forest cover is a valuable and well-supported conservation guideline: reply to Banks-Leite et al. Ecology Letters 24: 1114–1116.Preserving 40% forest cover is a valuable and well-supported conservation guideline: reply to Banks-Leite et al.

Buxton R, Nyboer E, Pigeon K, Raby G, Rytwinski T, Gallager AJ, Schuster R, Lin H-Y; Fahrig L, Bennett JR, Cooke S, Roche D. 2021. Avoiding wasted research resources in conservation science. Conservation Science and Practice 3: e329. Avoiding wasted research resources in conservation science

Fahrig L. 2021. What the habitat amount hypothesis does and does not predict: a reply to Saura. Journal of Biogeography 48: 1530-1535.

Hepburn L, Smith AC, Zelenski J, Fahrig L. 2021. Bird diversity unconsciously increases people’s satisfaction with where they live. LAND 10: e153. Bird diversity unconsciously increases people’s satisfaction with where they live

Hosseini, M., McNairn, H., Mitchell, S., Dingle Robertson, L., Davidson, A. et al. 2021. A Comparison between Support Vector Machine and Water Cloud Model for Estimating Crop Leaf Area Index. Remote Sensing 13(7): 1348. DOI: 10.3390/rs13071348 (open access).

Kadykalo A, Buxton R, Morrison P, Anderson C, Bickerton H, Francis CM, Smith A, Fahrig L. 2021. Bridging research and practice in conservation. Conservation Biology 35: 1725–1737. [PDF]

Martin AE, Mitchell GW, Girard J, Fahrig L. 2021. More milkweed in farmlands containing small, annual crop fields and many hedgerows. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 319: 107567. [PDF]

Martin C, Proulx R, Vellend M, Fahrig L. 2021. How the relationship between vegetation cover and land-cover variance constrains biodiversity in a human dominated world. Landscape Ecology 36: 3097–3104. [PDF]

Momeni I, Bennett J, Rytwinski T, Fahrig L. 2021. Mapping the pre-migration distribution of eastern Monarch butterflies using community science data. Ecology and Evolution 11: 11275–11281. [PDF]

Murphy RE, Martin AE, Fahrig L. 2021. Reduced predation on roadside nests can compensate for road mortality in road-adjacent turtle populations. Ecosphere 13: e3946.

Perkins GC, Martin AE, Smith AC, Fahrig L. 2021. Weak effects of owned outdoor cat density on urban bird richness and abundance. Land 10: e507. [PDF]

Schrimpf MB, Brisay PD, Johnston A, Smith AC, Sánchez-Jasso J, Robinson BG, Warrington MH, Mahoney NA, Horn AG, Strimas-Mackey M, Fahrig L, Koper N. 2021. Reduced human mobility during COVID-19 alters avian land use across North America. Science Advances 7: eabf5073. [PDF]


Alavi, N, and King, D.  2020. Evaluating the Relationships of Inter-Annual Farmland Vegetation Dynamics with Biodiversity Using Multi-Spatial and Multi-Temporal Remote Sensing Data.  Remote Sensing 12(9): 1479. DOI: 10.3390/rs12091479 (open access).

Algera, D. A*., Rytwinski, T.*, Taylor, J. J., Bennett, J. R., Smokorowski, K. E., Harrison, P. M., Clarke, K., Enders, E. C., Power, M., Bevelhimer, M., and Cooke, S. J. 2020. What are the relative risks of mortality and injury for fish during downstream passage at hydroelectric dams in temperate regions? A systematic review. Environmental Evidence 9:3. link

Alignier A, Solé-Senan X, Robleño I, Baraibar B, Fahrig L, Giralt D, Gross N, Martin J-L, Recasens J, Sirami C, Siriwardena G, Baillod A, Bertrand C, Carrie R, Hass AL, Henckel L, Miguet P, Badenhausser I, Baudry J, Bota G, Bretagnolle V, Brotons L, Burel F, Calatayud F, Clough Y, Georges R, Gibon A, Girard J, Lindsay K, Minano J, Mitchell S, Patry N, Poulin B, Tscharntke T, Vialatte A, Violle C, Yavercovski N, Batáry P. 2020. Compositional and configurational crop heterogeneity increases within-field plant diversity. Journal of Applied Ecology 57: 654-663.[PDF]

Arroyo-Rodriguez V, Fahrig L, Tabarelli M, Watling JI, Tischendorf L, Benchimol M, Cazetta E, Faria D, Leal IR, Melo FPL, Morante-Filho JC, Santos BA, Arasa-Gisbert R, Arce-Peña N, Cervantes-Lόpez MJ, Cudney-Valenzuela S, Galán-Acedo C, San-José M, Vieira ICG, Slik JWF, Nowakowski J, Tscharntke T. 2020. Designing optimal human-modified landscapes for forest biodiversity conservation. Ecology Letters 23: 1404–1420. [PDF]

Bergman, J. N., Binley, A. D., Murphy, R. E., Proctor, C. A., Nguyen, A. T., Urness, E. S., Vala, M. A., Vincent, J. G., Fahrig, L., and Bennett, J. R. 2020. How to rescue Ontario’s Endangered Species Act. FACETS. 5: 423-431. link

Bolliger, C. S., Raymond, C. V., Schuster, R., and Bennett, J. R. 2020. Spatial coverage of habitat protection for terrestrial species under the Canadian Species at Risk Act. Ecoscience 27: 141-147. link

Butt, N., Rosner-Katz, H., Binley, A. D., Davis, S., Pon, J., Radu, T., and Bennett, J. R. 2020. Threats, costs and probability of success: informing conservation choices. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. link

Buxton R, S Avery-Gomm, H-Y Lin, P.A. Smith, S.J. Cooke, and J.R. Bennett.  2020.  Half of resources in threatened species conservation plans are allocated to research and monitoring.  Nature Communications 11: 4668. [Open access link]

Collins SJ, Fahrig L. 2020. Are macroinvertebrate traits reliable indicators of specific agrichemicals? Ecological Indicators 111: 105965. [PDF]

Cooke, S. J., Rytwinski, T. Taylor, J. J., Nyboer, E., Nguyen, V. M., Bennett, J. R., Young, N., Aitken, S., Auld, G., Lane, J.-F., Prior, K. A., Smokorowski, K. E., Smith, P. A. Jacob, A. L., Browne, D. R., Blais, J. M., Kerr, J. T., Ormeci, B., Alexander, S. M., Burn, C. R., Buxton, R. T., Orihel, D. M. Vermaire, J. C., Murray, D. L., Simon, P., Edwards, K., Clarke, J., Xenopoulos, M. A., Gregory-Eaves, I., Bennett, E. M. , Smol, J. P.. (submitted). On “success” in applied environmental research – What is it, how can it be achieved, and how does one know when it has been achieved? Environmental Reviews.

Cormier, E. C. Sisson, D. R., Rühland, K. M., Smol, J. P., and Bennett, J. R. 2020. A morphological trait-based approach to environmental assessment models using diatoms. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. link

Dingle Robertson, L., A. Davidson, H. McNairn, M. Hosseini, S. Mitchell, D. de Abelleyra, S. Verón, M. Cosh. 2020.  Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) image processing for operational space-based agriculture mapping.  Int. J. Remote Sensing 41(18):7112-7144. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2020.1754494 [PDF]

Fahrig L. 2020. Why do several small patches hold more species than few large patches?  Global Ecology and Biogeography 29: 615-628. [PDF]

Gilbert, B., MacDougall, A.S., Kadoya, T., Akasaka, M., Bennett, J. R., Lind, E.M., Flores-Moreno, H., Firn, J., Hautier, Y., Borer, E. T., Seabloom, E. W., Adler, P. B., Cleland, E. E., Grace, J. B., Harpole, W. S., Esch, E. H., Moore, J. L., Knops, J., McCulley, R., and Mortensen, B. 2020. Species asynchrony can stabilize primary production against climate variability. Global Ecology and Biogeography 29: 1177-1188. link

Harper, M., Rytwinski, T.,  Taylor, J. J., Bennett, J. R., Smokorowski, K. E., and Cooke, S. J. 2020. How do changes in flow magnitude due to hydroelectric power production affect fish abundance and diversity in temperate regions? A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence 9: 14. link

Jacobs, K.T., and S. Mitchell.  2020. OpenStreetMap quality assessment using unsupervised machine learning methods.  Trans. in GIS 24(5): 1280-1298. DOI: 10.1111/tgis.12680.

Kennedy, B.E., D.J. King and J. Duffe1. 2020. Comparison of empirical and physical modelling for estimation of biochemical and biophysical vegetation properties: field scale analysis across an Arctic bioclimatic gradient. Remote Sensing 12: 3073. doi:10.3390/rs12183073  41pp.

Lennox, R. J., Harcourt, R., Bennett, J. R., Davies, A., Ford, A. T., Frey, R. M., Hayward, M. W., Hussey, N. E., Iverson, S. J., Kays, R., Kessel, S. T., Nguyen, V. M., Muelbert, M., Murray, T. S., Roche, D. G., Whoriskey, F. G., Young, N., and Cooke, S. J. 2020. A novel framework to protect animal data in a world of eco-surveillance. Bioscience. 70: 468-476. link

Lin, H.-Y., Cooke, S. J., Wolter, C., Young, N., and Bennett, J. R. (accepted). On the conservation value of historic canals for aquatic ecosystems. Biological Conservation. 

Lloren, J. I., Fahrig, L., Bennett, J. R., Contreras, T., and McCune, J. 2020. The influence of landscape context on short- and long-term forest change following a severe ice storm. Journal of Ecology. 108: 224-238. link

Martin, A. E., Bennett, J. R., and Fahrig, L. Habitat fragmentation. (accepted). Williams, D., Porter, W., Parent, C., J., and Stewart, R. (eds). Wildlife & Landscapes.

Martin, A. E., S. Collins, S. Crowe, J. Girard, I. Naujokaitis-Lewis, A. Smith, K. Lindsay, S. Mitchell, L. Fahrig. 2020. Effects of farmland heterogeneity on biodiversity are similar to—or even larger than—the effects of farming practices. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 288 (1): 106698. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2019.106698 (open access) [PDF]

McCune, J. L., Rosner-Katz, H., Bennett, J. R., Schuster, R., and Kharouba, H. M. 2020. Do traits of plant species predict the efficacy of species distribution models for finding new occurrences? Ecology and Evoution. link

Raymond, C. V., McCune, J. L., Rosner-Katz, H., Chadès, I., Schuster, R., Gilbert, B., and Bennett, J. R. 2020. Combining Species Distribution Models and Value of Information Analysis for spatial allocation of conservation resources. Journal of Applied Ecology 57: 819-830. link

Roche, D. G., Granados, M., Austin, C. C., Wilson, S., Mitchell, G. M., Smith, P. A., Cooke, S. J. and Bennett, J. R. (accepted). Open government data and environmental sciences: a Federal Canadian perspective. FACETS.

Rytwinski, T.,  Harper, M., Taylor, J. J., Bennett, J. R., Donaldson, L. A., Smokorowski, K. E., Clarke, K. Bradford, M. J., Ghamry, H. Olden, J. D. Boisclair, D., and Cooke, S. J. 2020. What are the effects of flow regime changes on fish productivity in temperate regions? A systematic map. Environmental Evidence 9: 7. link

Rosner-Katz, H., McCune, J. L., and Bennett, J. R. 2020. Using stacked SDMs with accuracy and threat weighting to optimize surveys for threatened plant species. Biodiversity and Conservation. link

Schuster, R., Hanson, J. O., Strimas-Mackey, M., and Bennett, J. R. 2020. Integer Linear programming outperforms simulated annealing for solving conservation planning problems. PeerJ. e9258. link

Teixeira FZ, Rytwinski T, Fahrig L. 2020. Inference in road ecology research: What we know versus what we think we know. Biology Letters 16: 20200140. [PDF]

Watling JI, Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Pfeifer M, Baeten L, Banks-Leite C, Cisneros LM, Fang R, Hamel-Leigue AC, Lachat T, Leal IR, Lens L, Possingham HP, Raheem DC, Ribeiro DB, Slade EM, Urbina-Cardona JN, Wood EM, Fahrig L. 2020. Support for the habitat amount hypothesis from a global synthesis of species density studies. Ecology Letters 23: 674-681. [PDF]


Bergman, J. N., Bennett, J. R., Binley, A. D., Cooke, S. J., Fyson, V., Hlina, B. L., Reid, C., Vala, M., and Madliger, C. L. 2019. Scaling from individual physiological measures to population-level demographic change: case studies and future directions for conservation management. Biological Conservation. link

Cazelles, K. Bartley, T., Guzzo, M., Brice, M.-H., MacDougall, A., Bennett, J. R., Esch, E., Kadoya, T., Kelly, J., Matsuzaki, S.-I., Nilsson, K., McCann, K. (accepted). Homogenization of Canadian lakes: does gamefish movement outpace climate change? Global Change Biology.

Collins, S,, L. Bellingham, G.W. Mitchell, and L. Fahrig. 2019. Life in the slow drain: Landscape structure affects farm ditch water quality. Science of the Total Environment. 656: 1157-1167. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.400 [PDF]

Cooke, S. J., Bennett, J. R., and Jones, H. P. 2019. We have a long way to go if we want to get the “Decade of Ecosystem Restoration” right. Conservation Science and Practice. link

Creighton, M. J. A., and Bennett, J. R. 2019. Taxonomic biases from listing to management for Canadian species at risk of extinction. Ecoscience. link

Donaldson, L. A., Rytwinski, T., Taylor, J. J., Bennett, J. R., Drake, D. A. R., Martel, A., and Cooke, S. J. 2019. Can conservation targets for imperilled freshwater fishes and mussels be achieved by captive breeding and release programs? A systematic map protocol to determine available evidence. Environmental Evidence. link

Endenberg S, Mitchell G, Kirby P, Fahrig L, Pasher J, Wilson S. 2019. The homogenizing influence of intensive agriculture on forest bird communities at landscape scales. Landscape Ecology 34: 2385-2399. [PDF]

Fahrig, L., et al.. 2019. Is habitat fragmentation bad for biodiversity? Biological Conservation. 230: 179-186. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2018.12.026 [PDF]

Fahrig, L. 2019. Habitat fragmentation: a long and tangled tale. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 28: 33-41. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12839 [PDF]

Farrell, C.E., L. Fahrig, G. Mitchell, and S. Wilson. 2019. Local habitat association does not inform landscape management of threatened birds.  Landscape Ecology. 34: 1313-1327.  DOI: 10.1007/s10980-019-00843-6 [PDF]

Galán-Acedo, C., V. Arroyo-Rodríguez, S. J. Cudney-Valenzuela and L. Fahrig.  A global assessment of primate responses to landscape structure.  Biological Reviews. 94: 1605-1618. DOI: 10.1111/brv.12517 [PDF]

Hanson, J. O., Schuster, R., Strimas-Mackey, M., and Bennett, J. R. 2019. Optimality in prioritizing conservation projects. Methods in Ecology and Evolutionlink

Hill, C. J., Schuster, R., and Bennett, J. R. 2019. Indigenous involvement in the Canadian species at risk recovery process. Environmental Science and Policy. 94: 220-226. link

Jeanson, A.L., Soroye, P., Kadykalo, A., Ward, T.D., Paquette, E., Abrams, A.E.I., Algera, D.A., Demers, D., Epp, L.J., Giles, M.P., Litt, M.A., Manouchehri, B.A., James, R. J., McBeth, S., Paradis, A., Pittet, L., Sebes, J., Steell, S.C., Thompson, A., Tremblay, P., Tuononen, E., Kerr, J.T., Bennett, J.R., and Cooke, S.J. (accepted). Twenty Actions for a “Good” Anthropocene – Perspectives from Early Career Conservation Professionals. Environmental Reviews.

Mandal, Dipankar, M. Hosseini, H. McNairn, V. Kumar, A. Bhattacharya, Y.S. Rao, S. Mitchell, L. Dingle Robertson, A. Davidson, K. Dabrowska-Zielinska.  An investigation of inversion methodologies to retrieve the leaf area index of corn from C-band SAR data. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. Volume 82, 2019. DOI:10.1016/j.jag.2019.06.003.

Martin, A.E., E. Pervin, S. L. Graham, M. Henry and L. Fahrig. 2019. Abundance of aerially-dispersing spiders declines with increasing road traffic. Écoscience. 26(4): 383-388. DOI: 10.1080/11956860.2019.1629060 [PDF]

Moraga, A.D., A.E. Martin, and L. Fahrig.  2019. The scale of effect of landscape context varies with the species’ response variable measured.  Landscape Ecology. 34:703-715. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-019-00808-9 [PDF]

Moretto, L., L. Fahrig, A.C. Smith, and C.M. Francis.  2019.  A small-scale response of urban bat activity to tree cover.  Urban Ecosystems. 22:795-805. DOI: 10.1007/s11252-019-00846-w [PDF]

Polak, T.,  Nicholson, E., Grilo, C., Bennett, J. R., and Hugh P Possingham. 2019. Optimal planning for mitigating the impacts of roads on wildlife: a multiple species approach. Journal of Applied Ecology. 56: 201-213. link

Put, Julia, L. Fahrig, and G.W. Mitchell.  2019. Bats respond negatively to increases in the amount and homogenization of agricultural land cover. Landscape Ecology. [PDF] online DOI: 10.1007/s10980-019-00855-2

Robson Gordon, E., Butt, N. Binley, A. D., and Bennett, J. R. 2019. Relative costs of conserving threatened species across taxonomic groups. Conservation Biology. link

Roche, D. G., Bennett, J. R., Provencher, J., Rytwinski, T., Haddaway, N. R., and Cooke, S. J. 2019. Slow versus fast science is irrelevant: what we need is robust environmental evidence. Science of the Total Environment. link

Sawatzky, M.E., and L. Fahrig. 2019. Wetland buffers are no substitute for landscape-scale conservation. Ecosphere. 10(4): 1-18. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.2661 [PDF]

Schuster, R., Wilson, S., Rodewald, A. D., Arcese, P., Fink, D., Auer, T., and Bennett, J. R. 2019. Optimizing the conservation of migratory species over their annual cycle in the Western Hemisphere. Nature Communications. 10: 1754. link

Schuster R, Germain R. R, Bennett, J. R., Reo, N. J, Secord, D.L., and Arcese P. 2019. Biodiversity on Indigenous lands is higher than in protected areas in Australia, Brazil and Canada. Environmental Science and Policy. link

Shackelford, N., Murray, S. M., Bennett, J. R., Lilley, P. L., Starzomski, B. M., and Standish, R. J. (accepted). Complex relationship between reactive management of invasive species and ecological resilience in Garry oak savannas. Conservation Science and Practice.

Sirami, C., N. Gross, A.B. Baillod, C. Bertrand, R. Carrié, A. Hass, …, J. Girard, L. Tischendorf, S. Mitchell, K. Lindsay, J-L. Martin, L. Fahrig, and 36 others. 2019. Increasing crop heterogeneity enhances multitrophic diversity across agricultural regions. Proc. National Academy of Sciences of the USA. online. [PDF] DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1906419116

Taylor, J. J., Rytwinski, T. Bennett, J. R., Smokorowski, K. E., Lapointe, N. W. R., Janusz, R., Clarke, K., Tonn, W., Walsh, J. C., and Cooke, S. J. 2019. The effectiveness of spawning habitat creation or enhancement for substrate-spawning temperate fish: a systematic review. Environmental Evidence 8: 19link

Wilson, S., Schuster, R., Rodewald, A. D., Bennett, J. R., Smith, A, and Arcese, P. 2019. Prioritize diversity or declining species? Trade-offs and synergies in spatial planning for the conservation of migratory birds. Biological Conservation. link


Allek, A., Assis, A.S., Eiras, N., Amaral, T., Williams, B., Butt, N., Renwick, A., Bennett, J.R. and Beyer, H.L. 2018. Threats endangering Australia’s at-risk fauna. Biological Conservation. 222: 172-179. link

Ascensão, F. , L. Fahrig, A.P. Clevenger, R. Corlett, J. Jaeger, W.F. Laurance, and H.M. Pereira. 2018. Environmental challenges for the Belt and Road Initiative. Nature Sustainability. 1: 206-209. DOI: 10.1038/s41893-018-0059-3 [PDF]

Bennett, Joseph, S. Maxwell, A. Martin, I. Chadès, L. Fahrig, and B. Gilbert. 2018. When to monitor and when to act: Value of information theory for multiple management units and limited budgets. J of Appl. Ecology. 55: 2102-2113. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13132 [PDF]

Bizikova, L, P Larkin, R Waldick, and S Mitchell.  2018.  An Indicator Set to Track Resilience to Climate Change in Agriculture: A policy-maker’s perspective.  Land Use Policy 82: 444-456.  DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.11.057.

Bower, S. D., Brownscombe, J. W., Birnie-Gauvin, K., Ford, M. I., Moraga, A. D., Pusiak, R. J. P., Turenne, E. D., Zolderdo, A.J., Cooke, S. J., Bennett, J. R. 2018. Making tough choices: Picking the appropriate conservation decision-making tool. Conservation Letters 11: e1241. link

Cooke, S.J., Rous, A. M., Donaldson, L. A., Taylor, J. J., Rytwinski, T., Prior, K. A., Smokorowski, K.E., and Bennett, J. R. In 2018. Evidence-based restoration in the Anthropocene – From acting with purpose to acting for impact. Restoration Ecology 26: 201–205. link

Coutts, S. R., Helmstedt, K. J., and Bennett, J. R. 2018. Invasion lags and the stories we tell ourselves: our inability to infer pattern from process. Diversity and Distributions 24: 244-251. link

Hass, A.L. , U.G. Kormann, T. Tscharntke, Y. Clough, A.B. Baillod, C. Sirami, L. Fahrig, J.L. Martin, J. Baudry, C. Bertrand, J. Bosch, L. Brotons, F. Burel, R. Georges, D. Giralt, M.Á. Marcos-García, A. Ricarte, G. Siriwardena, and P. Batáry . 2018. Landscape configurational heterogeneity by small-scale agriculture, not crop diversity, maintains pollinators and plant reproduction in Western Europe. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. B 285: 20172242. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.2242 [PDF]

Hill, M.J. , C. Hassall, B. Oertli, L. Fahrig, B.J. Robson, J. Biggs, M.J. Samways, N. Usio, N. Takamura, J. Krishnaswamy, and P.J. Wood. 2018. New policy directions for global pond conservation. Conservation Letters. : e12447. DOI: 10.1111/connl.12447 [PDF]

MacDougall, A.S., Harvey, E. McCune, J., Nilsson, K.A., Bennett, J.R., Firn, J.L., Bartley, T., McMeans, B., Tunney, T.D., Kelly, J., Grace, J.D., Matsuzaki, S.-I., Kadoya, K., Lester, N.P., McCann, K.S. 2018. Environmentally dependent species interactions and the regulation of freshwater fish diversity. Nature Communications. 9: 973. link

Martin, Amanda, and L. Fahrig. 2018. Habitat specialist birds disperse farther and are more migratory than habitat generalist birds. Ecology. 99: 2058-2066. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2428 [PDF]

Martin, Amanda, S. Graham, M. Henry, E. Pervin, and L.Fahrig.  2018.  Flying insect abundance declines with increasing road traffic.  Insect Conservation and Diversity. 11: 608-613. DOI: 10.1111/icad.12300 [PDF]

Monck-Whipp, Liv, AE Martin, CM Francis and L Fahrig. 2018. Farmland heterogeneity benefits bats in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 253: 131-139. [PDF]

Put (Jackson), Julia, G. Mitchell and L. Fahrig. 2018. Higher bat and prey abundance at organic than conventional soybean fields. Biological Conservation. 226: 177-185. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2018.06.021 [PDF]

Raymond, C. V., Wen, L., Cooke, S. J., and Bennett, J. R. 2018. Prioritizing species at risk of global extinction versus subspecies or nationally rare species. Environmental Science and Policy. link

Sawatzky, Margaret, A.E. Martin and L. Fahrig. 2018. Landscape context is more important than wetland buffers for farmland amphibians. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 269: 97-106. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2018.09.021 [PDF]


Arcese, P., Rodewald, A., Schuster, R., Venter, O., and Bennett, J. R. Public-private partnerships to meet international biodiversity treaty targets and stem extinction. 2017. Reflections of Canada, Illuminating our biggest opportunities and challenges at 150 years. Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia. link

Arroyo-Rodríguez, V, RA Saldaña-Vázquez, L Fahrig and BA Santos. 2017. Does forest fragmentation cause an increase in forest temperature? Ecological Research. 32: 81-88. [PDF]

Bennett, J. R.*, and Gilbert, B.* 2017. Testing metacommunity structure: linking landscape ecology and community ecology.  In Gergel and Turner, eds. Learning Landscape Ecology, 2nd ed. Springer-Verlag. pp. 255-271.  (*Authors contributed equally.) link

Bennett, Joseph, Rühland, K. M., and Smol, J. P. 2017. No magic number: determining cost-effective sample size and enumeration effort for diatom-based environmental assessment analyses. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 74(2): 208-215. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0066 [PDF]

Bennett, Joseph, R. Maloney, T. Steeves, P. Seddon, and H.P. Possingham. 2017. Spending limited resources on de-extinction could lead to net biodiversity loss. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 1: 1-4. DOI: 10.1038/s41559-016-0053 [PDF]

Birnie-Gauvin, K., Walton, S., Delle Palme, C., Manouchehri, B., Venne, S., Lennox, R. J., Chapman, J. M., Bennett, J. R., and Cooke, S. J. 2017. Conservation physiology can inform threat assessment and recovery planning processes for threatened species. Endangered Species Research 32: 507-513. link

Brownscombe, J. W., Reid, A. J., Dolgova, L., Pusiak, R., Laurich, B., Turenne, E. D., Zolderdo, A., Moraga, A., Birnie-Gauvin, K., Brooks, J., Sullivan, B., Ford, M., Bower, S. D., Bennett, J. R., Cooke, S. J.. 2017. Oxford Bibliography – Aquatic Conservation.

Collins, Sara, and L Fahrig. 2017. Responses of anurans to composition and configuration of agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment. 239: 399-409. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2016.12.038 [PDF]

Cooke, S. J., Birnie-Gauvin, K., Lennox, R., Taylor, J. J., Rytwinski, T., Rummer, J. Franklin, C., Bennett, J. R., Haddaway, N. 2017 How experimental biology and ecology can support evidence-based decision-making in conservation: Avoiding pitfalls and enabling application. Conservation Physiology 5:

Elmer, L. K., Kelly, L., Rivest, S., Steell, C. Twardek, W., Danylchuk, A. J., Arlinghaus, R., Bennett, J. R., Cooke, S. J. 2017 Angling into the Future: Ten Commandments for Recreational Fisheries Science, Management, and Stewardship in a Good Anthropocene. Environmental Management 60: 165-175. link

Fahrig, Lenore. 2017. Ecological responses to habitat fragmentation per se. Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 48: 1-23. [Fahrig2017AREES ecological responses to habitat fragmentation per se]

Gushulak, C. A. C., Laird, K. R., Bennett, J. R., and Cumming, B. F. 2017. Lake depth is a strong driver of intra-lake diatom distributions in a small boreal lake in northwest Ontario. Journal of Paleolimnology 58: 231-241link

Iacona, G., Maloney, R. F., Chadès, I., Bennett, J. R., Seddon, P. J., and Possingham, H. P. 2017. Prioritising revived species: What are the conservation management implications of de-extinction? Functional Ecology 31: 1041–1048.  link

Martin, Amanda, A Desrochers and L Fahrig. 2017. Homogenization of dispersal ability across bird species in response to landscape change. Oikos. 126: 996-1003. DOI: 10.1111/oik.03859 [PDF]

Martin, Amanda, J Pearce Higgins and L Fahrig. 2017. The spatial scale of time-lagged population synchrony increases with species dispersal distance. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
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Duflot, R, A Ernoult, S Aviron, L Fahrig and F Burel. 2017. Relative effects of landscape composition and configuration on multi-habitat gamma diversity in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 241: 62-69. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2017.02.035 [PDF]

Iacona, G., Maloney, R. F., Chadès, I., Bennett, J. R., Seddon, P. J., and Possingham, H. P. 2017. Prioritising revived species: What are the conservation management implications of de-extinction? Functional Ecology. 31: 1041-1048. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12720 [PDF]

Melo, GL, J Sponshiado, N Cáceras and L Fahrig.. 2017. Testing the habitat amount hypothesis for South American small mammals. Biological Conservation. 209: 304-314. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2017.02.031 [PDF]

Miguet, P, L Fahrig and C Lavigne. 2017. How to quantify a distance-dependent landscape effect on a biological response. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 8: 1717–1724. [PDF]

Reid, A. J., Brooks, J. L., Dolgova, L., Laurich, B., Sullivan, B. G., Szekeres, P., Wood, S. L. R., Bennett, J. R., Cooke, S. J. 2017. Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals Still Neglecting Their Environmental Roots in the Anthropocene. Environmental Science and Policy 77: 179-184. link

Rytwinski, Trina, D.A. Algera, J.J. Taylor, K. Smokorowski, J.R. Bennett, P.M. Harrison, and S.J. Cooke. 2017. What are the consequences of fish entrainment and impingement associated with hydroelectric dams on fish productivity? A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence.6:8. DOI: 10.1186/s13750-017-0087-x [PDF]

Rytwinski, T., Taylor, J. J., Bennett, J. R., Smokorowski, K., and Cooke, S. J. 2017. What are the impacts of flow regime changes on fish productivity? Environmental Evidence 6:13. link

Seibold, S, C Bässler, R Brandl, L Fahrig, B Förster, M Heurich, T Hothorn, F Scheipl, S Thorn and J Müller.. 2017. An experimental test of the habitat-amount hypothesis for saproxylic beetles in a forested region. Ecology. 98: 1613-1622. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.1819 [PDF]

Taylor, J.J., T. Rytwinski, J.R. Bennett, K. Smokorowski, and S.J. Cooke. 2017. The effectiveness of spawning habitat creation or enhancement for substrate spawning temperate fish: a systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence. 6:5. DOI: 10.1186/s13750-017-0083-1 [PDF]

Teixeira, Fernanda Zimmerman, A Kindel, SM Hartz, S Mitchell, and L Fahrig. 2017. When road-kill hotspots do not indicate the best sites for road-kill mitigation. Journal of Applied Ecology. 54(5): 1544–1551. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12870 [PDF]

Wilson S, GW Mitchell, J Pasher, M McGovern, M-AR Hudson and L Fahrig. 2017. Influence of crop type, heterogeneity and woody structure on avian biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. Ecological Indicators. 83: 218-226. [PDF]


Bennett, Joseph, and B. Gilbert. 2016. Contrasting beta diversity among regions: how do classical and multivariate approaches compare? Global Ecology and Biogeography. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12413 [PDF]

Bennett, J. R., L. Blight, M. Giessen, M. Janssen, J. Schaminee, and P. Arcese. 2016. Indirect human effects on plant communities and seabird abundance: implications for the conservation of native species and ecosystems. PeerJ. : . DOI: 10.7717/peerj.2208 [PDF]

Cooke, S. J., Rice, J. Prior, K. Bloom, R. Jensen, O. Browne, D., Donaldson, L., Bennett, J. R., Vermaire, J., and Auld, G.. 2016. Environmental Evidence. 5: The Canadian context for evidence-based conservation and environmental management. DOI: 10.1186/s13750-016-0065-8

Jackson ND, and L Fahrig. 2016. Habitat amount, not habitat configuration, best predicts population genetic structure in fragmented landscapes. Landscape Ecology. 31: 951-968. [PDF]

Koumaris, Alex, and L Fahrig. 2016. Different anuran species show different relationships to agricultural intensity. Wetlands. 36: 731-744. [PDF]

Martin, Amanda, and L Fahrig. 2016. Reconciling contradictory relationships between mobility and extinction risk in human-altered landscapes. Functional Ecology. 30: 1558-1567. [PDF]

Miguet P, HB Jackson, ND Jackson, AE Martin and L Fahrig. 2016. What determines the spatial extent of landscape effects on species? Landscape Ecology. 31: 1177-1194. [PDF]

Polak, T., Watson, J.E., Bennett, J. R., Possingham, H. P., Fuller, R. A., and Carwardine, J.. 2016. Balancing ecosystem and threatened species representation in protected areas and implications for nations achieving global conservation goals. Conservation Letters. 9: 438-445. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12268

Suarez-Esteban, A, L Fahrig, M Delibes and JM Fedriani. 2016. Can anthropogenic linear gaps increase plant abundance and diversity? Landscape Ecology. 31: 721-729. [PDF]


Bennett, Joseph, R.F. Maloney, and H.P. Possingham. 2015. Biodiversity gains from efficient use of private sponsorship of flagship species conservation. Proceedings of the Royal Society – B . 282: 20142693. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2014.2693 [PDF]

Bennett, Joseph, J.D. Shaw, A. Terauds, J.P. Smol, R. Aerts, D. Bergrstrom, J. Blais, W. Cheung, S. Chown, M.A. Lea, U. Nielsen, D. Pauly, K.J. Reimer, M. Riddle, I. Snape, J. Stark, V. Tulloch, and H. Possingham. 2015. Polar lessons learned: informing long-term management based on shared threats in Arctic and Antarctic environments. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13: 316-324. DOI: 10.1890/140315 [PDF]

Bird Jackson, Heather, and Fahrig, L.. 2015. Are ecologists conducting research at the right scale? Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24: 52-63. [PDF]

Dingle Robertson, Laura, D J King, and C Davies. 2015. Assessing land cover changes and anthropogenic disturbance in wetlands using vegetation fractions derived from Landsat 5 TM imagery (1984-2010). Wetlands. 35: 1077-1091. DOI: 10.1007/s13157-015-0696-5 [PDF]

Dingle Robertson, Laura, D J King and C Davies . 2015. Object-based image analysis of optical and radar variables for wetland evaluation. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 36: 5811-5841. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2015.1109727 [PDF]

Downing, Richard, T Rytwinski and L Fahrig. 2015. Positive effects of roads on small mammals: A test of the predation release hypothesis. Ecological Research. 30: 651-662. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2015. Just a hypothesis: a reply to Hanski. Journal of Biogeography. 42: 993-994. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, J. Girard, D. Duro, J. Pasher, A. Smith, S. Javorek, D. King, K. Freemark Lindsay, S. Mitchell and L. Tischendorf. 2015. Farmlands with smaller crop fields have higher within-field biodiversity. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment. 200: 219-234. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2014.11.018 [PDF]

Gagné, Sara, F. Eigenbrod, D.G. Bert, G.M. Cunnington, L.T. Olson, A.C. Smith, and L. Fahrig . 2015. A simple landscape design framework for biodiversity conservation. Landscape and Urban Planning. 136: 13-27. DOI: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2014.11.006 [PDF]

Jack, Joanna, Rytwinski, T., Fahrig, L. and Francis, C.M.. 2015. Influence of traffic mortality on forest bird abundance. Biodiversity and Conservation. 24: 1507–1529. [PDF]

Martin, Amanda, and L Fahrig. 2015. Matrix quality and disturbance frequency drive evolution of species behaviour at habitat boundaries. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 5792-5800. [PDF]

Patenaude, Theresa, A Smith and L Fahrig.. 2015. Disentangling the effects of wetland loss and urban development on the quality of remaining wetlands. Urban Ecosystems. 18: 663-684. [PDF]

Carrara, Emilia, V. Arroyo-Rodríguez, J. H. Vega-Rivera, J.E. Schondube, S.M. de Freitas, and L Fahrig . 2015. Impact of landscape composition and configuration on forest specialist and generalist bird species in the fragmented Lacandona rainforest, Mexico. Biological Conservation. 184: 117-126. DOI: [10.1016/j.biocon.2015.01.014 [PDF]

M.M.I. Di Fonzo, H.P. Possingham, W.J. Probert, J.R. Bennett, S. O’Connor, J. Densem, L. Joseph, A.I.T. Tulloch, and R.F. Maloney, R. F. 2015. Evaluating trade-offs between target persistence levels and numbers of species conserved. Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12179 [PDF]

Duflot, R, S Aviron, A Ernoult, L Fahrig and F Burel.. 2015. Reconsidering the role of ‘semi-natural habitat’ in farmland biodiversity: a case study. Ecological Research. 30: 75-83. [PDF]

Garrah, E, R. K. Danby, E. Eberhardt, G.M. Cunnington, and S. Mitchell. 2015. Hot Spots and Hot Times: Wildlife Road Mortality in a Regional Conservation Corridor. Environmental Management. 56(4): 874-889. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-015-0566-1

A.I.T. Tulloch, R.F. Maloney, L.N. Joseph, J.R. Bennett, M.M.I. Di Fonzo, W. Probert, S.M. O’Connor, J.P. Densem, and H.P. Possingham. 2015. Effect of risk aversion on prioritizing conservation projects. Conservation Biology. 29: 513–524. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12386 [PDF]

Quesnelle, Pauline, Lindsay, K. and Fahrig, L.. 2015. Relative effects of landscape-scale wetland amount and landscape matrix quality on wetland vertebrates: a meta-analysis. Ecological Applications. 25: 812-825. [PDF]

Rytwinski, Trina, R van der Ree, GM Cunnington, L Fahrig, CS Findlay, J Houlahan, JAG Jaeger, K Soanes and EA van der Grift.. 2015. Experimental study designs to improve the evaluation of road mitigation measures for wildlife. Journal of Environmental Management. 154: 48-64. [PDF]

Virk, Ravinder, and S.W. Mitchell. 2015. Effect of Different Grazing Intensities on the Spatial-temporal Variability in Above-ground live plant biomass in North American Mixed Grasslands. Canadian J of Remote Sensing. online: . DOI: 10.1080/07038992.2014.1009882 [PDF]


Bennett, Joseph, G. Elliott, B. Mellish, L.N. Joseph, A.I.T. Tulloch, W. Probert, M.M.I. Di Fonzo, J.M. Monks, H.P. Possingham, and R.F. Maloney. 2014. Balancing phylogenetic diversity and species numbers in conservation prioritization, using a case study of threatened species in New Zealand. Biological Conservation. 174: 47–54. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2014.03.013 [PDF]

Bennett, Joseph. 2014. Comparison of native and exotic distribution and richness models across scales reveals essential conservation lessons. Ecography. 37: 120-129. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00393.x [PDF]

Bennett, Joseph, D.R. Sisson, J.P. Smol, B.F. Cumming, H.P. Possingham, and Y.M. Buckley. 2014. Optimizing taxonomic resolution and sampling effort to design cost-effective ecological models for environmental assessment. Journal of Applied Ecology. 51: 1722–1732. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12312 [PDF]

Cunnington, Glenn, E. Garrah, E. Eberhardt and L. Fahrig. 2014. Culverts alone do not reduce road mortality in anurans. Écoscience . 21: 69-78. [PDF]

Czerwinski, Christopher, D. J. King and S. W. Mitchell . 2014. Mapping forest growth and decline in a temperate mixed forest using temporal trend analysis of Landsat imagery, 1987–2010. Remote Sensing of Environment. 141: 188-200. DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2013.11.006

Dorland, Alex, T. Rytwinski and L. Fahrig. 2014. Do roads reduce Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta) populations? PLOS ONE. 9(5): e98414. [PDF]

Duro, Dennis, J Girard, D J King, L Fahrig, S Mitchell, K Lindsay, and L Tischendorf . 2014. Predicting species diversity in agricultural environments using Landsat TM imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment. 144(C): 214-225. DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2014.01.001 [PDF]

Arroyo-Rodriguez, V., and L. Fahrig. 2014. Why is a Landscape Perspective Important in Studies of Primates? American Journal of Primatology. 76: 901-909. [PDF]

Betts, M.G., L. Fahrig, A.S. Hadley, K.E. Halstead, W.D. Robinson, J.A. Wiens and D.B. Lindenmayer. 2014. A species-centered approach for uncovering generalities in organism responses to habitat loss and fragmentation. Ecography. 37: 517-527. [PDF]

Girard, J., P. Mineau and L. Fahrig. 2014. Higher nestling food biomass in organic than conventional soybean fields in eastern Ontario, Canada. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 189: 199-205. [PDF]

Jackson ND, Fahrig L. 2014. Landscape context affects genetic diversity at a much larger spatial extent than population abundance. Ecology 95: 871-881. [PDF]

A. MacDougall, J.R. Bennett, and others . 2014. Anthropogenic-based regional-scale factors most consistently explain plot-level exotic diversity in grasslands. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 23: 802–810. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12157 [PDF]

Vargas-Salinas, F., G.M. Cunnington, A. Amézquita and L. Fahrig. 2014. Does traffic noise alter calling time in frogs and toads? A case study of anurans in Eastern Ontario, Canada. Urban Ecosystems. 17: 945-953. [PDF]

Quesnelle, Pauline, K. Lindsay and L. Fahrig. 2014. Low reproductive rate predicts species sensitivity to habitat loss: a meta-analysis of wetland vertebrates. PLOS ONE. 9(3): e90926. [PDF]

Smith, Adam, C.M. Francis and L. Fahrig. 2014. Similar effects of residential and non-residential vegetation on bird diversity in suburban neighbourhoods. Urban Ecosystems. 17: 27-44. [PDF]


Cunnington, Glenn, and L Fahrig. 2013. Mate attraction by male anurans in the presence of traffic noise. Animal Conservation. 16: 275-285. [PDF]

Eberhardt, Ewen, S Mitchell and L Fahrig. 2013. Road kill hotspots do not effectively indicate mitigation locations when past road kill has depressed populations. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 77(7): 1353-1359. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.592 [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2013. Rethinking patch size and isolation effects: the habitat amount hypothesis. Journal of Biogeography. 40: 1649-1663. [PDF]

Pasher, Jon, S W Mitchell, D J King, L Fahrig, A C Smith, and K E Lindsay. 2013. Optimizing landscape selection for estimating relative effects of landscape variables on ecological responses. Landscape Ecology. 28(3): 371-383. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-013-9852-6 [PDF]

Daoust, SP, L Fahrig, AE Martin and F Thomas. 2013. From forest and agro-ecosystems to the microecosystems of the human body: what can landscape ecology tell us about tumor growth, metastasis and treatment options? Evolutionary Applications. 6: 82-91. [PDF]

Melo, FPL, V Arroyo-Rodriguez, L Fahrig, M Martinez-Ramos and M Tabarelli. 2013. On the hope for biodiversity-friendly tropical landscapes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 28: 462-468. [PDF]

Naujokaitis-Lewis, I.R., J. M. R. Curtis, L. Tischendorf, D. Badzinski, K. Lindsay, M.-J. Fortin. 2013. Uncertainties in coupled species distribution–metapopulation dynamics models for risk assessments under climate change. Diversity and Distributions. 19(5-6): 541-554. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12063

Remmel, T K, and S W Mitchell. 2013. The importance of accurate visibility parameterization during atmospheric correction: impact on boreal forest classification. Int J Remote Sensing. 34(14): 5213-5227. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2013.788263

van der Grift, E.A., R. Van Der Ree, L. Fahrig, C.S. Findlay, J.E. Houlahan, J.A.G. Jaeger, N. Klar, L.F. Madriñan and L. Olson. 2013. Evaluating the effectiveness of road mitigation measures. Biodiversity and Conservation. 22: 425-448. [PDF]

Quesnelle, Pauline, L Fahrig and K Lindsay . 2013. Effects of habitat loss, habitat configuration and matrix composition on declining wetland species. Biological Conservation. 160: 200-208. [PDF]

Rytwinski, Trina, and Lenore Fahrig. 2013. Why are some animal populations unaffected or positively affected by roads? Oecologia. 173: 1143-1156. [PDF]


Barker, Rebecca, and D.J. King. 2012. Blanding’s Turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) potential habitat mapping using aerial orthophotographic imagery and object based classification. Remote Sensing. 4: 194-219. DOI: 10.3390/rs4010194 [PDF]

Bird Jackson, Heather, and L. Fahrig. 2012. What size is a biologically relevant landscape? Landscape Ecology. 27: 929-941. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-013-9852-6 [PDF]

Coffey, Heather, and L Fahrig. 2012. Relative effects of vehicle pollution, moisture and colonization sources on urban lichens. Journal of Applied Ecology. 49: 1467-1474. [PDF]

Girard, Jude, A Baril, P Mineau and L Fahrig. 2012. Foraging habitat and diet of Song Sparrows (Melospiza melodia) nesting in farmland: a stable isotope approach. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 90: 1339-1350. [PDF]

Martin, Amanda, and L Fahrig. 2012. Measuring and selecting scales of effect for landscape predictors in species-habitat models. Ecological Applications. 22: 2277–2292. [PDF]

Munro, Keith, J. Bowman and L. Fahrig . 2012. Effect of paved road density on abundance of white-tailed deer. Wildlife Research. 39: 478-487. DOI: 10.1071/WR11152 [PDF]

Flick, T , S. Feagan and L. Fahrig. 2012. Effects of landscape structure on butterfly species richness and abundance in agricultural landscapes in eastern Ontario, Canada. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 156: 123-133. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2012.05.006 [PDF]

Lesbarrères, D. , and L. Fahrig. 2012. Measures to reduce population fragmentation by roads: what has worked and how do we know? Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 27: 374-380. DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2012.01.015 [PDF]

Tscharntke, T. , J. Tylianakis, T. Rand, R Didham, L. Fahrig, P. Batary, J. Bengtsson, Y. Clough, T. Crist, C. Dormann, R. Ewers, R. Holt, A. Holzschuh, A. Klein, C. Kremen, D. Landis, W. Laurance, D. Lindenmayer, C. Scherber, N. Sodhi, I. Steffan-Dewenter, C. Thies, W. vanderPutten and C. Westphal. 2012. Landscape moderation of biodiversity patterns and processes – eight hypotheses. Biological Reviews. 87: 661-685. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-185X.2011.00216.x [PDF]

Rytwinski, Trina, and L. Fahrig. 2012. Do species life history traits explain population responses to roads? A meta-analysis. Biological Conservation. 147: 87-98. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2011.11.023 [PDF]

Torontow, Valerie, and D.J. King. 2012. Forest complexity modelling and mapping with remote sensing and topographic data: comparison of three methods. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. 37(4): 387-402. [PDF]


Dingle Robertson, Laura, and D. J. King. 2011. Comparison of pixel- and object-based classification in land cover change mapping. Int Journal of Remote Sensing. 32(6): 1505-1529. [PDF]

Eigenbrod, Felix, S. J. Hecnar and L. Fahrig. 2011. Sub-optimal study design has major impacts on landscape-scale inference. Biological Conservation. 144: 298-305. [PDF]

Ethier, Kevin, and L. Fahrig. 2011. Positive effects of forest fragmentation, independent of forest amount, on bat abundance in eastern Ontario, Canada. Landscape Ecology. 26: 865-876. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, J Baudry, L Brotons, F G Burel, T O Crist, R J Fuller, C Sirami, G M Siriwardena and J-L Martin. 2011. Functional heterogeneity and biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. Ecology Letters. 14: 101-112. [PDF]

Gagné, Sara, and L. Fahrig. 2011. Do birds and beetles show similar responses to urbanization? Ecological Applications. 21: 2297-2312. [PDF]

Girard, Jude, A. Baril, P. Mineau and L. Fahrig. 2011. Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios differ among invertebrates from field crops, forage crops, and non-cropped land uses. Écoscience. 18: 98-109. [PDF]

McLaren, Ashley, L. Fahrig and N. Waltho. 2011. Movement of small mammals across divided highways with vegetated medians. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 89: 1214-1222. [PDF]

Pasher, Jon, and D. J. King. 2011. Modelling forest structural complexity as an indicator of biodiversity using airborne remote sensing and topographic information. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 41: 44-58. [PDF]

Blangy, S , H Donohoe and S Mitchell. 2011. Developing a geocollaboratory for Indigenous tourism research. Current Issues in Tourism. 15(7): 693-706. DOI: 10.1080/13683500.2011.644520 [PDF]

Ewers, R.M. , R.K. Didham, L. Fahrig, G. Ferraz, A. Hector, R.D. Holt, V. Kapos, G. Reynolds, W. Sinun, J.L. Snaddon and E.C. Turner. 2011. A large-scale forest fragmentation experiment: the Stability of Altered Forest Ecosystems Project. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B. 366: 3292-3303. [PDF]

Gonsamo, A. , P.K.E. Pellikka and D.J. King. 2011. Large scale leaf area index inversion algorithms from high resolution airborne imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 32(14): 3897–3916. [PDF]

Jackson, N.D. , and L. Fahrig. 2011. Relative effects of road mortality and decreased connectivity on population genetic diversity. Biological Conservation. 144: 3143-3148. [PDF]

Ranius, T. , V. Johansson and L. Fahrig. 2011. Predicting spatial occurrence of beetles and pseudoscorpions in hollow oaks in southeastern Sweden. Biodiversity and Conservation. 20: 2027-2040. [PDF]

Seiferling, I.S. , R. Proulx, P.R. Peres-Neto, L. Fahrig and C. Messier. 2011. Measuring protected-area isolation and correlations of isolation with land-use intensity and protection status. Conservation Biology. 26: 610-618. [PDF]

Rytwinski, Trina, and L. Fahrig. 2011. Reproductive rate and body size predict road impacts on mammal abundance. Ecological Applications. 21: 589-600. [PDF]

Smith, Adam, L Fahrig and C M Francis. 2011. Landscape size affects the relative importance of habitat amount, habitat fragmentation, and matrix quality on forest birds. Ecography. 34: 103-113. [PDF]

Summers, Patricia, G.M. Cunnington and L. Fahrig. 2011. Are negative effects of roads on breeding birds caused by traffic noise? Journal of Applied Ecology. 48: 1527-1534. [PDF]

Sun, Liu, S.W. Mitchell and A. Davidson. 2011. Multiple drought indices for agricultural drought risk assessment on the Canadian prairies. International J Climatology. 32(11): 1628-1639. DOI: 10.1002/joc.2385 [PDF]


Cunnington, Glenn, and L Fahrig. 2010. Plasticity in the vocalizations of anurans in response to traffic noise. Acta Oecologica. 36: 463-470. [PDF]

Gagné, Sara, and L Fahrig. 2010. The trade-off between housing density and sprawl area: minimising impacts to forest breeding birds. Basic and Applied Ecology. 11: 723-733. [PDF]

Gagné, Sara, and L Fahrig. 2010. The effects of time since urbanisation on anuran community composition in remnant urban ponds. Environmental Conservation. 37: 128-135. [PDF]

Gagné, Sara, and L Fahrig. 2010. The trade-off between housing density and sprawl area: minimizing impacts to carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Ecology and Society. 15(4): 12 (online). [PDF]

Pasher, Jon, and Douglas J. King. 2010. Multivariate forest structure modelling and mapping using high resolution airborne imagery and topographic information. Remote Sensing of Environment. 114: 1718-1732. [PDF]

Ranius, T. , V. Johansson and L. Fahrig. 2010. A comparison of patch connectivity measures using data on invertebrates in hollow oaks. Ecography. 33: 1-8. [PDF]

Proulx, Raphael, and L. Fahrig. 2010. Detecting human-driven deviations from trajectories in landscape composition and configuration. Landscape Ecology. 25: 1479-1487. [PDF]


Bouchard, Julie, A. T. Ford, F.E. Eigenbrod and L. Fahrig. 2009. Behavioural responses of Northern leopard frogs (Rana pipiens) to roads and traffic: Implications for population persistence. Ecology and Society. 14(2): online. [PDF]

Eigenbrod, Felix, S.J. Hecnar and L. Fahrig. 2009. Quantifying the road effect zone: threshold effects of a motorway on anuran populations in Ontario, Canada. Ecology and Society. 14: 24 [online]. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, and T. Rytwinski. 2009. Effects of roads on animal abundance: An empirical review and synthesis. Ecology and Society. 14: 21 [online]. [PDF]

Melles, Stephanie, D. Badzinski, M.-J. Fortin, F. Csillag, and K. Lindsay. 2009. Disentangling habitat and social drivers of nesting patterns in songbirds. Landscape Ecology. 24: 519-531. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-009-9329-9 [PDF]

Nguyen, Thai, C.R. Burn, D.J. King, and S.L. Smith . 2009. Estimating the extent of near-surface permafrost using remote sensing, Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 20: 141-153. [PDF]

Olson, Leif, and K. F. Lindsay. 2009. Here today, gone tomorrow? Targeting conservation investment in the face of climate change. Journal of Geography and Regional Planning. 2(1): 20-29. [PDF]

Pasher, Jon, and D.J. King. 2009. Mapping dead wood distribution in a temperate hardwood forest using high resolution airborne imagery. Forest Ecology and Management. 258: 1536-1548. [PDF]

Smith, Adam, N. Koper, C.M. Francis and L. Fahrig. 2009. Confronting collinearity: Comparing methods for disentangling the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation. Landscape Ecology. 24: 1271-1285. [PDF]

Tittler, Rebecca, M.-A. Villard and L. Fahrig. 2009. How far do songbirds disperse? Ecography. 32: 1051-1061. [PDF]


Dillabaugh, Kristie, and D.J. King. 2008. Riparian marshland composition and biomass mapping using Ikonos imagery. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. 34: 153-158. [PDF]

Eigenbrod, Felix, S. J. Hecnar, and L. Fahrig. 2008. The relative effects of road traffic and forest cover on anuran populations. Biological Conservation. 141: 35-46. [PDF]

Eigenbrod, Felix, S. J. Hecnar, and L. Fahrig. 2008. Accessible habitat: an improved measure of the effects of habitat loss and roads on wildlife populations. Landscape Ecology. 23: 159-168. [PDF]

Ford, Adam, and L. Fahrig. 2008. Movement patterns of eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus) near roads. Journal of Mammalogy. 89: 895-903. [PDF]

Gagné, Sara, R. Proulx and L. Fahrig. 2008. Testing Holling’s textural-discontinuity hypothesis. Journal of Biogeography. 35: 2149-2150. [PDF]

Larivée, Maxim, L. Fahrig and P. Drapeau. 2008. Edge effects created by wildfire and clear-cutting on boreal forest ground-dwelling spiders. Forest Ecology and Management. 255: 1434-1445. [PDF]

McGregor, Rachelle, D.J. Bender, and L. Fahrig. 2008. Do small mammals avoid roads because of the traffic? Journal of Applied Ecology. 45: 117-123. [PDF]

Mitchell, Scott, T.K. Remmel, F. Csillag, and M. A. Wulder. 2008. Distance to second cluster as a measure of classification confidence. Remote Sensing of Environment. 112: 2615-2626. [PDF]

Lindenmayer, D.B. , L. Fahrig et al.. 2008. A checklist for ecological management of landscapes for conservation. Ecology Letters. 11: 78-91. [PDF]

Pisaric, M.F.J. , D.J. King, A.J.M. MacIntosh and R. Bemrose. 2008. Impact of the 1998 ice storm on the health and growth of sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh) dominated forests in Gatineau Park, Quebec. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society . 135: 530-539. [PDF]


Duguay, Stéphanie, F. Eigenbrod, and L. Fahrig. 2007. Effects of surrounding urbanization on non-native flora in small forest patches. Landscape Ecology. 22: 589-599. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2007. Non-optimal animal movement in human-altered landscapes. Functional Ecology. 21: 1003-101. [PDF]

Ford, Adam, and L. Fahrig. 2007. Diet and body size of North American mammal road mortalities. Transportation Research Part D. 12: 498-505. [PDF]

Gagné, Sara, and L. Fahrig. 2007. Effect of landscape context on anuran communities in breeding ponds in the National Capital Region, Canada. Landscape Ecology. 22: 205-215. [PDF]

Pasher, Jon, D.J. King and K. Lindsay. 2007. Modelling and mapping potential hooded warbler (Wilsonia citrina) habitat using remotely sensed imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment. 107: 471-483. [PDF]

Roedenbeck, I.A. , L. Fahrig, C.S. Findlay, J.E. Houlahan, J.A.G. Jaeger, N. Klar, S. Kramer-Schadt and E.A. van der Grift. 2007. The Rauischholzhausen-agenda for road ecology. Ecology and Society. 12(1): 11. [PDF]

Tews, J. , M. A. D. Ferguson, and L. Fahrig. 2007. Modeling density dependence and climatic disturbances in caribou: a case study from the Bathurst Island complex, Canadian High Arctic. Zoology. 272: 209-217. [PDF]

Tews, J. , M. A. D. Ferguson, and L. Fahrig. 2007. Potential net effects of climate change on High Arctic Peary caribou: Lessons from a spatially explicit simulation model. Ecological Modelling. 207: 85-98. [PDF]

Rytwinski, Trina, and L. Fahrig. 2007. Effect of road density on abundance of white-footed mice. Landscape Ecology. 22(10): 1501-1512. [PDF]

Vanderkam, Robert, Y.F. Wiersma and D.J. King. 2007. Heuristic algorithms vs. linear programming for designing conservation reserve networks: Evaluation of solution optimality and processing time. Biological Conservation. 137: 349-358. [PDF]


Butson, Chris, and D.J. King. 2006. Lacunarity analysis to determine optimum extents for sample-based spatial information extraction from high-resolution forest imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 27: 105-120. [PDF]

Pasher, Jon, and D.J. King. 2006. Landscape fragmentation and ice storm damage in eastern Ontario forests. Landscape Ecology. 21: 477-483. [PDF]

K.E. Freemark , M. Meyers, D. White, L.D. Warman, A.R. Kiester and P. Lumban-Tobing. 2006. Species richness and biodiversity conservation priorities in British Columbia, Canada. Can. J. Zoology. 84: 20-31.

Ranius, T. , and L. Fahrig. 2006. Targets for maintenance of dead wood for biodiversity conservation based on extinction thresholds. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 21: 201-208. [PDF]

Ryall, K.L. , and L. Fahrig. 2006. Response of predators to loss and fragmentation of prey habitat: A review of theory. Ecology. 87: 1086-1093. [PDF]

Wulder, M. , J.C. White, J.E. Luther, G. Strickland, T.K. Remmel and S.W. Mitchell . 2006. Use of vector polygons for the accuracy assessment of pixel-based land cover maps. Canadian J of Remote Sensing. 32(3): 268-279.

Tittler, Rebecca, L. Fahrig and M. A. Villard. 2006. Evidence of large-scale source-sink dynamics and long distance dispersal among wood thrush populations. Ecology. 87(12): 3029-3036. [PDF]

Virk, Ravinder, and D.J. King. 2006. Comparison of techniques for forest change mapping using Landsat data in Karnataka, India. Geocarto International. 21(4): 49-58. [PDF]


Bender, Darren, and L. Fahrig. 2005. Matrix spatial structure can obscure the relationship between inter-patch movement and patch size and isolation. Ecology. 86: 1023-1033. [PDF]

Holland, Jeffrey D., L. Fahrig and N. Cappuccino. 2005. Body size affects the spatial scale of habitat-beetle interactions. Oikos. 110: 101-108. [PDF]

Holland, Jeffrey D., L. Fahrig and N. Cappuccino. 2005. Fecundity determines the extinction threshold in a Canadian assemblage of longhorned beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Journal of Insect Conservation. 9: 109-119. [PDF]

Jaeger, Jochen, J. Bowman, J. Brennan, L. Fahrig, D. Bert, J. Bouchard, N. Charbonneau, K. Frank, B. Gruber and K. Tluk von Toschanowitz, K.. 2005. Predicting when animal populations are at risk from roads: an interactive model of road avoidance behavior. Ecological Modelling. 185: 329-348. [PDF]

King, Doug, I. Olthof, P.K.E. Pellikka, E.D. Seed, and C. Butson. 2005. Modelling and mapping forest ice storm damage using remote sensing and environmental data. Natural Hazards. 35: 321-342. [PDF]

Larivée, Maxim, L. Fahrig and P. Drapeau. 2005. Effects of a recent wildfire and clear-cuts on ground level spider assemblages of a boreal forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 35: 2575-2588. [PDF]

Mitchell, Scott, F. Csillag and C. Tague . 2005. Impacts of spatial model definition on prediction uncertainty of spatial environmental models: grassland productivity in Grasslands National Park, Canada. Transactions in GIS. 9(3): 421-442. [PDF]

Remmel, T.K. , F. Csillag, S. Mitchell and M. Wulder . 2005. Integration of forest inventory and satellite imagery: a Canadian status assessment and research issues. Forest Ecology and Management. 207: 405-428. [PDF]

Ryall, K.L. , and L. Fahrig. 2005. Habitat loss decreases predator-prey ratios in a pine-bark beetle system. Oikos. 110: 265-270. [PDF]

Saint-Germain, M , M. Larivée, P. Drapeau, L. Fahrig and C.M. Buddl. 2005. Short-term response of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) to disturbances of contrasting severity in a black spruce dominated boreal landscape. Forest Ecology and Management. 212: 118 – 12. [PDF]

Santelmann, M. , K. Freemark, J. Sifneos and D. White. 2005. Assessing effects of alternative agricultural practices on wildlife habitat in Iowa, USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 113: 243-253.

Pouliot, Darren, D.J. King, and D.G. Pitt. 2005. Development and evaluation of an automated tree detection-delineation algorithm for monitoring regeneration coniferous forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 35: 2332-2345. [PDF]

Tischendorf, Lutz, A. Grez, T. Zaviezo and L. Fahrig. 2005. Mechanisms affecting population density in fragmented habitat. Ecology and Society. 10: 1. [PDF]


Charbonneau, Neil, and L. Fahrig. 2004. Influence of canopy cover and landscape structure on proportion of alien plant species in forest sites. Ecoscience. 11: 278-281. [PDF]

Cosmopoulos, Panayota, and D.J. King. 2004. Temporal analysis of forest structural condition at an acid mine site using multispectral digital camera imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 25: 2259-2275. [PDF]

Holland, Jeffrey D., D. Bert and L. Fahrig. 2004. Determining the spatial scale of species’ response to habitat. BioScience. 54: 229-235. [PDF]

Jaeger, Jochen, and L. Fahrig. 2004. Under what conditions do fences reduce the effects of roads on population persistence? Conservation Biology. 18: 1651-1657. [PDF]

Olthof, Ian, D.J. King, and R.A. Lautenschlager. 2004. Mapping deciduous forest ice storm damage using Landsat and environmental data. Remote Sensing of Environment. 89: 484-496. [PDF]

Brommit, A.G. , N. Charbonneau, T. A. Contreras and L. Fahrig. 2004. Crown loss and subsequent branch sprouting of forest trees in response to a major ice storm. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 131: 169-176. [PDF]

Burke, D.M. , K. Elliott, L. Moore, W. Dunford, E. Nol, J. Phillips, S. Holmes and K. Freemark. 2004. Patterns of nest predation on artificial and natural nests in forests. Conservation Biology. 18: 381-388.

Darwin, A.T. , D. Ladd, R. Galdins, T. A. Contreras and L. Fahrig. 2004. Response of forest understory vegetation to a major ice storm. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 131: 45-52. [PDF]

Dunford, W. , and K.E. Freemark. 2004. Matrix matters: effects of surrounding land uses on forest birds near Ottawa, Canada. Landscape Ecology. 20: 497-511.

Grez, A. , T. Zaviezo, L. Tischendorf and L. Fahrig. 2004. A transient, positive effect of habitat fragmentation on insect population densities. Oecologia. 141: 444-451. [PDF]

Santelmann, M. , D. White, K. Freemark, J.I. Nassauer, J.M. Eilers, K.B. Vache, B.J. Danielson, R.C. Corry, M.E. Clark, S. Polasky, R.M. Cruse, J. Sifneos, H. Rustigan, C. Coiner, J. Wu and D. Debinski. 2004. Assessing alternative futures for agriculture in Iowa, USA. Landscape Ecology. 19: 357-374.

Warman, L.D. , D.M. Forsyth, A.R.E. Sinclair, K. Freemark, H.D. Moore, T.W. Barrett, R.L. Pressey and D. White. 2004. Species distributions, surrogacy, and important conservation regions in Canada. Ecology Letters. 7: 374-379.


Bender, Darren, L. Tischendorf and L. Fahrig. 2003. Evaluation of patch isolation metrics for predicting animal movement in binary landscapes. Landscape Ecology. 18: 17-39. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2003. Effects of habitat fragmentation on biodiversity. Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics. 34: 487-515. [PDF]

Lévesque, Josée, and D.J. King. 2003. Spatial analysis of radiometric fractions from hight-resolution multispectral imagery for modelling individual tree crown and forest canopy structure and health. Remote Sensing of Environment. 84: 589-602. [PDF]

Tischendorf, Lutz, D. J. Bender and L. Fahrig. 2003. Evaluation of patch isolation metrics in mosaic landscapes for specialist vs. generalist dispersers. Landscape Ecology. 18: 41-50. [PDF]

Vance, Melissa, L. Fahrig and C.H. Flather. 2003. Relationship between minimum habitat requirements and annual reproductive rates in forest breeding birds. Ecology. 84: 2643-2653. [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore. 2002. Effect of habitat fragmentation on the extinction threshold: a synthesis. Ecological Applications. 12: 346-353. [PDF]

Goodwin, Brett, and L. Fahrig. 2002. Effect of landscape structure on the movement behaviour of a specialized goldenrod beetle, Trirhabda borealis. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 80: 24-35. [PDF]

Goodwin, Brett, and L. Fahrig. 2002. How does landscape structure influence landscape connectivity. Oikos. 99: 552-570. [PDF]

Lee, Michelle, L. Fahrig, K. Freemark and D. Currie. 2002. Importance of Patch Scale vs. Landscape Scale on Selected Forest Birds. Oikos. 96: 110-118. [PDF]

Bowman, J. , N. Cappuccino and L. Fahrig. 2002. Patch size and population density: the effect of immigration behavior. Conservation Ecology. 6(1): 9. [PDF]

Bowman, J. , and L. Fahrig. 2002. Gap crossing by chipmunks: an experimental test of landscape connectivity. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 80: 1556-1561. [PDF]

Bowman, J. , J.A. Jaeger and L. Fahrig. 2002. Dispersal distance of mammals is proportional to home range size. Ecology. 83: 2049-2055. [PDF]

Pouliot, Darren, D.J. King, F.W. Bell, and D.G. Pitt. 2002. Automated tree crown detection and delineation in high-resolution digital camera imagery of coniferous forest regeneration. Remote Sensing of Environment. 82: 322-334. [PDF]


Carr, Laurie, and L. Fahrig. 2001. Impact of road traffic on two amphibian species of differing vagility. Conservation Biology. 15: 1071-1078. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2001. How much habitat is enough? Biological Conservation. 100: 65-74. [PDF]

Langlois, Jean, L. Fahrig, G. Merriam and H. Artsob. 2001. Landscape structure influences continental distribution of hantavirus in deer mice. Landscape Ecology. 16: 255 – 266. [PDF]

Mitchell, Scott, and F. Csillag. 2001. Assessing the stability and uncertainty of predicted vegetation growth under climatic variability: northern mixed grass prairie. Ecological Modelling. 139: 101-121. [PDF]

Olthof, Ian, D.J. King, and R.A. Lautenschlager. 2001. Leaf area index change in ice-storm damaged sugar maple stands. The Forestry Chronicle. 77: 627-635.

Chen, J.M. , G. Pavlic, L. Brown, J. Cihlar, S.G. Leblanc, P. White, R. J. Hall, D. Peddle, D.J. King, J. A. Trofymow, E. Swift, J. Van der Sanden, P. Pellikka. . 2001. Validation of Canada-wide leaf area index maps using ground measurements and high and moderate resolution satellite imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment. 80: 165-184.

Csillag, F., M. Kertész, A. Davidson and S. Mitchell . 2001. On the measurement of diversity-productivity relationships in a northern mixed grass prairie (Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan, Canada). Community Ecology. 2(2): 145-159.

Li, Z.W. , C. Qiangguo and S. Mitchell. 2001. A GIS-based simulation of crop potential productivity in hilly loess region. Chinese Journal of Ecology. 20: .

Tischendorf, Lutz, and L. Fahrig. 2001. Reply: On the use of connectivity measures in spatial ecology. Oikos. 95: 152-155. [PDF]

Wilson, Kaitlin, D.G. Barber and D.J. King. 2001. Validation of RADARSAT-1 Derived Ice Motion In The North Water Polynya (NOW), January – December 1998. Atmosphere-Ocean. 39: 257-278.

Wilson, Kaitlin, D.J. King, and D.G. Barber. 2001. A Case Study in Tracking 1998 Spring Ice Dynamics in Smith Sound, North Water Polynya Region using RADARSAT-1 data. Annals of Glaciology. 33: 413-418.


Haddow, Kimberly Anne, D.J. King, D.A. Pouliot, D.G. Pitt, and F.W. Bell. 2000. Early regeneration conifer identification and competition cover assessment using airborne digital frame camera imagery. The Forestry Chronicle. 76(6): 11-24.

Holland, Jeffrey D., and L. Fahrig. 2000. Effect of woody borders on insect density and diversity in crop fields: A landscape-scale analysis. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 78: 115-122. [PDF]

King, Doug. 2000. Airborne Remote Sensing in Forestry: Sensors, Analysis and Applications. The Forestry Chronicle. 76(6): 25-42.

Olthof, Ian, and D.J. King. 2000. Development of a forest health index using multispectral airborne digital camera imagery. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. 26: 166-176.

Pellikka, P.K.E. , D. J. King and S.G. Leblanc. 2000. Quantification and removal of bidirectional effects in aerial CIR imagery of deciduous forest using two reference land surface types. Remote Sensing Reviews, Special issue on “Multi-angle Measurements and Models”. 19: 259-291.

Pellikka, P.K.E. , E.D. Seed and D.J. King. 2000. Modelling deciduous forest ice storm damage using CIR aerial imagery and hemispheric photography. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. 26(5): 394-405.

Pope, Shealagh, L. Fahrig and H.G. Merriam. 2000. Landscape complementation and metapopulation effects on leopard frog populations. Ecology. 81: 2498-2508. [PDF]

Tischendorf, Lutz, and L. Fahrig. 2000. How should we measure landscape connectivity. Landscape Ecology. 15: 633-641.. [PDF]

Tischendorf, Lutz, and L. Fahrig. 2000. On the usage and measurement of landscape connectivity. Oikos. 90: 7-19.. [PDF]


Goodwin, Brett, D.J. Bender, T.A. Contreras, L. Fahrig and J.F. Wegner.. 1999. Testing for habitat detection distances using orientation data. Oikos. 84: 160-163. [PDF]

Goodwin, Brett, A.J. McAllister, and L. Fahrig. 1999. Characteristics of invading plant species: common attributes or simply representative of species from the area of origin? Conservation Biology. 13: 422-426. [PDF]

King, Doug, M. Jollineau, and B. Fraser. 1999. Evaluation of MK-4 multispectral satellite photography in land cover classification of Eastern Ontario. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 20(17): 3311-3331. [PDF]

Lévesque, Josée, and D.J. King. 1999. Airborne digital camera image semivariance for evaluation of forest structural damage at an acid mine site. Remote Sensing of Environment. 68(2): 112-124.

Teshome, A. , L. Fahrig, J.K. Torrence, J.D. Lambert, T.J. Arnason, and B.R. Baum. 1999. Maintenance of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor, Poacae) landrace diversity by farmers’ selection in Ethiopia. Economic Botany. 53: 79-88.

Teshome, A. , J.K. Torrence, B.R. Baum, L. Fahrig, J.D.H. Lambert, and J.T. Arnason. 1999. Traditional farmers’ knowledge of sorghum landrace [Sorghum bicolor (Poaceae)] storability in Ethiopia. Economic Botany. 53: 69-78.

Trzcinski, M. Kurtis, L. Fahrig and G. Merriam. 1999. Independent effects of forest cover and fragmentation on the distribution of forest breeding birds. Ecological Applications. 9: 586-593. [PDF]

Walsworth, Nicholas, and D.J. King. 1999. Image modelling of forest changes associated with acid mine drainage. Computers and Geosciences. 25(5): 567-580.


Bender, Darren, T.A. Contreras and L. Fahrig. 1998. Habitat loss and population decline: A meta-analysis of the patch size effect. Ecology. 79: 517-533. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 1998. When does fragmentation of breeding habitat affect population survival. Ecological Modelling. 105: 273-292. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, and I. D. Jonsen. 1998. Effects of habitat patch characteristics on abundance and diversity of insects in an agricultural landscape. Ecosystems. 2: 1-10. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, S.E. Pope, K.M. Henein and G.L. Rose. 1998. Relative effects of trap vs. trawl fisheries on population dynamics of the northern cod stock. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 55: 76-85. [PDF]

Bhar, R. , and L. Fahrig. 1998. Local vs. landscape effects of woody field borders as barriers to crop pest movement. Conservation Ecology. [online] 2: 3. [PDF]

Venier, Lisa, and L. Fahrig. 1998. Intra-specific abundance-distribution relationships. Oikos. 82: 483-490. [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore. 1997. Relative effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on species extinction. Journal of Wildlife Management. 61: 603-610. [PDF]

Pedlar, John, L. Fahrig and H.G. Merriam. 1997. Raccoon habitat use at two spatial scales. Journal of Wildlife Management. 61: 102-112. [PDF]

Jonsen, I.D. , and L. Fahrig. 1997. Response of generalist and specialist insect herbivores to landscape spatial structure. Landscape Ecology. 12: 187-195. [PDF]

Pitt, D.G. , R.G. Wagner, R.J. Hall, D.J. King, D.G. Leckie, and U. Runesson.. 1997. Use of remote sensing for forest vegetation management: a problem analysis. The Forestry Chronicle. 73(4): 459-477.

Teshome, A. , B.R. Baum, L. Fahrig, J.K. Torrence, T.J. Arnason, and J.D Lambert. 1997. Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] landrace variation and classification in North Shewa and South Welo, Ethiopia. Euphytica. 97: 255-263. [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore, and A. Grez. 1996. Population spatial structure, habitat fragmentation and biodiversity. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural. 69: 5-13. [PDF]

Venier, Lisa, and L. Fahrig. 1996. Habitat availability causes the species abundance-distrubution relationship. Oikos. 76: 564-570. [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore, J.H. Pedlar, S.E. Pope, P.D. Taylor and J.F. Wegner. 1995. Effect of road traffic on amphibian density. Biological Conservation. 73: 177-182. [Fahrigetal1995BiolConserv effect of road traffic on amphibian density]

King, Doug. 1995. Airborne multispectral digital camera and video sensors: a critical review of system designs and applications. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, Special Issue on Aerial Optical Remote Sensing. 21(3): 245-273.

King, Doug, C. Armenakis, and A. Chichagov. 1995. The use of airborne digital frame camera imagery for DEM generation. Geomatica. 49(4): 489-497.


Fahrig, Lenore, and G. Merriam. 1994. Conservation of fragmented populations. Conservation Biology. 8: 50-59. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, D.P. Coffin, W.K. Lauenroth and H.H. Shugart. 1994. The advantage of long-distance clonal spreading in highly disturbed habitats. Evolutionary Ecology. 8: 172-187. [PDF]

King, Doug, P. Walsh, and F. Ciuffreda. 1994. Airborne digital frame camera imaging for elevation determination. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. 60(11): 1321-1326.


Fahrig, Lenore. 1993. Effect of fish movement and fleet spatial behaviour on management of fish substocks. Natural Resource Modeling. 7: 37-56. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, B. Hayden and R. Dolan. 1993. Distribution of barrier island plants in relation to overwash disturbance: a test of life history theory. Journal of Coastal Research. 9: 403-412. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, G.R. Lilly and D.S. Miller. 1993. Predator stomachs as sampling tools for prey distribution: cod and capelin. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 50: 1541-1547. [PDF]

Taylor, P.D. , L. Fahrig, K. Henein and G. Merriam. 1993. Connectivity is a vital element of landscape structure. Oikos. 68: 571-573. [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore. 1992. Relative importance of spatial and temporal scales in a patchy environment. Theoretical Population Biology. 41: 300-314. [PDF]

King, Doug. 1992. Evaluation of radiometric quality, statistical characteristics and spatial resolution of multispectral videography. Journal of Imaging Science and Technology. 36(4): 394-404.

Mausel, P.W. , J.H. Everitt, D.E. Escobar and D.J. King. 1992. Airborne videography: current status and future perspectives. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. 58(8): 1189-1195.


King, Doug. 1991. Determination and reduction of cover type brightness variations with view angle in airborne multispectral video imagery. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. 57(12): 1571-1577.

Yuan, X. , D.J. King and J. Vicek. 1991. Sugar maple decline assessment based on spectral and textural analysis of multispectral aerial videography. Remote Sensing of Environment. 37(1): 47-54.King, Doug. 1991. Determination and reduction of cover type brightness variations with view angle in airborne multispectral video imagery. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. 57(12): 1571-1577.

Yuan, X. , D.J. King and J. Vicek. 1991. Sugar maple decline assessment based on spectral and textural analysis of multispectral aerial videography. Remote Sensing of Environment. 37(1): 47-54.


Fahrig, Lenore. 1990. Interacting effects of disturbance and dispersal on individual selection and population stability. Comments on Theoretical Biology. 1: 275-297. [PDF]

King, Doug, and J. Vicek. 1990. Development of a multispectral video system and its application in forestry. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. 16(1): 15-22.


Fahrig, Lenore. 1988. Effects of dispersal behaviour on relationships between spatial arrangement of host patches and local population size. PhD thesis, University of Toronto. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 1988. Nature of ecological theories. Ecological Modelling. 43: 129-132. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 1988. A general model of populations in patchy habitats. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation. 27: 53-66. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, and J.E. Paloheimo. 1988. Determinants of local population size in patchy habitats. Theoretical Population Biology. 34: 194-213. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, and J.E. Paloheimo. 1988. Effect of spatial arrangement of habitat patches on local population size. Ecology. 69: 468-475. [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore, and J.E. Paloheimo. 1987. Interpatch dispersal of the cabbage butterfly. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 65: 616-622. [PDF]


Fahrig, Lenore, and H.G. Merriam. 1985. Habitat patch connectivity and population survival. Ecology. 66: 1762-1768. [PDF]

Lefkovitch, L.P. , and L. Fahrig. 1985. Spatial characteristics of habitat patches and population survival. Ecological Modelling. 30: 297-308. [PDF]

Woolhouse, M.E.J. , R. Harmsen and L. Fahrig. 1985. On succession in a saxicolous lichen community. Lichenologist. 17: 167-172. [PDF]

Books and Book Chapters

Hooton, L., Moretto, L., and C.M. Davy. (2022) Aerial habitats for urban bats. In: Urban Bats: Biology, Ecology and Human Dimensions. Eds: L. Moretto, J. Coleman, C.M. Davy, M.B. Fenton, C. Korine, and K. Patriquin. Springer.

Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Arasa-Gisbert R, Arce-Peña NP, Cervantes-López MJ, Cudney-Valenzuela SJ, Galán-Acedo C, Hernández-Ruedas MA, San-José M, Fahrig L. 2022. The importance of small rainforest patches for biodiversity conservation: a multi-taxonomic assessment. Pp. 41-60 in: Montagnini F (ed.). Biodiversity Islands: Strategies for Conservation in Human Dominated Environments. Springer, NY.

Fahrig L, Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Cazetta E, Ford A, Lancaster J, Ranius T. 2021. Landscape connectivity. Pp. 67-88 in: Perry G, Francis R, Millington J, Minor E (eds). The Routledge Handbook of Landscape Ecology. Taylor and Francis, Milton Park, UK. Landscape connectivity

Remmel, Tarmo K. and Scott W. Mitchell. 2021. Landscape Pattern Analysis. Chapter 15 in Perry G, Francis R, Millington J, Minor E (eds). The Routledge Handbook of Landscape Ecology. Taylor and Francis, Milton Park, UK.

Martin AE, Bennett JR, Fahrig L. 2021. Influence of habitat loss and fragmentation on wildlife populations. Ch. 7 in: Porter WF, Parent CJ, Stewart RA, Williams DM (eds). Wildlife management and landscapes: principles and applications. Johns Hopkins University Press in affiliation with The Wildlife Society, Baltimore, MD, USA. Influence of habitat loss and fragmentation on wildlife populations

Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Galán C, Fahrig L. 2017. Habitat fragmentation. Pp 1-19 in: Fuentes A. (ed.) The International Encyclopedia of Primatology. Wiley-Blackwell publisher, New York. DOI: 10.1002/9781119179313.wbprim0179 Habitat fragmentation

Fahrig L. 2017. Forty years of bias in habitat fragmentation research. Pp. 32-38 in: Kareiva P, Silliman B, Marvier M. Effective conservation science: Data not dogma. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. Forty years of bias in habitat fragmentation research

Rytwinski T, Fahrig L. The impacts of roads and traffic on terrestrial animal populations. 2015. Pp. 237-246 in: van der Ree R, Smith D, Grilo C (eds.) Handbook of Road Ecology. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, USA. 552 pp. ISBN: 978-1-118-56818-7. The impacts of roads and traffic on terrestrial animal populations

Proulx R, Parrott L, Fahrig L, Currie D. 2014. Long time-scale recurrences in ecology: detecting relationships between climate dynamics and biodiversity along a latitudinal gradient. Pp. 335-347 in: Webber C, Marwan N (eds.).  Recurrence Quantification Analysis: Theory and Best Practices. Springer, New York, USA. Long time-scale recurrences in ecology: detecting relationships between climate dynamics and biodiversity along a latitudinal gradient

Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Cuesta-del Moral E, Mandujano S, Chapman CA, Reyna-Hurtado R, Fahrig L. 2013. Assessing habitat fragmentation effects for primates: The importance of evaluating questions at the correct scale. Pages 13-28 in: Marsh L (ed.). Primates in Fragments II. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, USA. Assessing habitat fragmentation effects for primates: The importance of evaluating questions at the correct scale

Jackson HB, Fahrig L. 2013. Habitat loss and fragmentation. Pages 50-58 in: Levin S (ed.). Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd Edition. Academic Press, Cambridge, USA. Habitat loss and fragmentation

Martin J-L, Drapeau P, Fahrig L, Freemark Lindsay K, Kirk DA, Smith AC, Villard M-A. 2012. Birds in cultural landscapes: actual and perceived differences between north-east North America and western Europe. Pages 481-515 in: Fuller R. (ed.). Birds and habitat: Relationships in changing landscapes. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Birds in cultural landscapes: actual and perceived differences between north-east North America and western Europe

Kirby, Patrick , and S Mitchell. 2015. Monte Carlo-Based Analysis of the Effect of Positional and Thematic Uncertainties on Biodiversity Models. Advances in Spatial Data Handling and Analysis – Select Papers from the 16th IGU Spatial Data Handling Symposium. Springer. Pages 299-308. [PDF]

Bird Jackson, Heather, and Lenore Fahrig. 2013. Habitat loss and fragmentation. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd Edition. S.A. Levin (ed.). Academic Press. Pages 50-58. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2007. Landscape Heterogeneity and Metapopulation Dynamics. in: J. Wu and R.J. Hobbs. Key topics and perspectives in landscape ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Pages 78-89. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2007. Estimating Minimum Habitat for Population Persistence. D.B. Lindenmayer and R.J. Hobbs. In Managing and designing landscapes for conservation: moving from perspectives to principles. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford. Pages 64-80. [PDF]

Lindsay, Kathryn , M.V. Santelmann, J. Sifneos, D. White and D. Kirk. 2007. Wildlife Habitat.. J.I.Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann and D.Scavia (eds), From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Ecological Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC. Chapter 13.

Clark, M.E. , B.J. Danielson, M.V. Santelmann, J.I. Nassauer, D. White and K. Lindsay . 2007. Impacts on mammal communities: a spatially explicit model. J.I.Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann and D.Scavia (eds), From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Ecological Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC. Chapter 11.

Debinsky, D.M. , M.V. Santelmann, D. White, K. Lindsay and J.C. Sifneos. 2007. Pollinator Responses. J.I.Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann and D.Scavia (eds), From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Ecological Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC. Chapter 9.

Santelmann, M. , J.C.Sifneos, D.White and K.Lindsay. 2007. Plant Diversity. J.I.Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann and D.Scavia (eds), From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Ecological Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC. Chapter 8.

Santelmann, M.V., D. White, K. Lindsay, J.I. Nassauer, J.M. Eilers, K.B.Vache, B.J.Danielson, R.C.Corry, M.E.Clark, S.Polasky, R.M.Cruse, J.C.Sifneos, H.Rustigian, C.Coiner, J.Wu and D.Debinski. 2007. An integrated assessment of alternative futures for Iowa watersheds. J.I.Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann and D.Scavia (eds), From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Ecological Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC. Pages Chapter 14.

Taylor, P., L. Fahrig and K. With. 2006. Landscape connectivity: A return to basics.. K. R. Crooks and M. Sanjayan (eds.). Connectivity Conservation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Pages 29-43. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 2005. When is a landscape perspective important?. in: J. Wiens and M. Moss (eds.). Issues and perspectives in landscape ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. Pages 3-10. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore, and W.K. Nuttle. 2005. Population ecology in spatially heterogeneous environments. in: G.M. Lovett, C.G. Jones, M.G. Turner and K.C. Weathers (eds.). Ecosystem function in heterogeneous landscapes. Springer-Verlag, New York. Pages 95-118. [PDF]

K.E. Freemark. 2005. Farmlands for farming and nature. J.A. Wiens and M.R. Moss (eds.), Issues and Perspectives in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK.

McGregor, Rachelle, S. Derrane, D. Bender and L. Fahrig. 2003. The effect of traffic volume on translocated small mammal movement. in: C. Leroy Irwin, Paul Garrett, and K.P. McDermott (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, Raleigh, NC: Center for Transportation and the Environment, North Carolina State University, 2003. Pages 394-396.

Forman, R.T.T., D. Sperling, J.A. Bissonette, A.P. Clevenger, C.D. Cutshall, V.H. Dale, L. Fahrig, R. France, C.R. Goldman, K. Heanue, J.A. Jones, F.J. Swanson, T. Turrentine, and T.C. Winter. 2003. Road ecology: Science and solutions. Island Press, Washington.

Brennan, Julie, D.J. Bender, T.A. Contreras, and L. Fahrig. 2002. When is a landscape perspective important. J. Liu and W. W. Taylor (eds.). Integrating landscape ecology into natural resource management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, MA. Pages 68-91. [PDF]

Carr, Laurie, S.E. Pope and L. Fahrig. 2002. Impacts of landscape transformation by roads. In: Gutzwiller, K. J. (ed.) Applying Landscape Ecology in Biological Conservation. Pages 225-243.

Fahrig, Lenore. 2001. Animal Populations and Roads. in: G. Evink (ed.). Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation. North Carolina State University, Durham, NC. Pages 9-11. [PDF]

Holland, Jeffrey D., and L. Fahrig. 2001. Landscape woody border increases insect diversity in alfalfa fields. C. Barr and S. Petit (eds.). Hedgerows of the world: their ecological function in different landscapes. IALE(UK), Aberdeen. Pages 167-176. [PDF]

Jaeger, Jochen, and L. Fahrig. 2001. Modelling the effects of road network patterns on population persistence: relative importance of traffic mortality and ‘fence effect’. in: G. Evink (ed.). Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation. North Carolina State University, Durham, NC. Pages 298-312. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 1999. Forest loss and fragmentation: which has the greater effect on persistence of forest-dwelling animals?. J.A. Rochelle, C.A. Lehmann and J. Wisniewski (eds.). Forest fragmentation: wildlife and management implications.. Brill, Boston. Pages 87-95. [PDF]

Wegner, J., K. Henein and L. Fahrig. 1999. Effects of vegetation type and adjacent land type on fencerow use by small mammals: a non-manipulative experiment. G.W. Barrett and J.D. Peles (eds.). The ecology of small mammals at the landscape scale: experimental approaches. Springer-Verlag, New York. [PDF]

Goodwin, Brett, and L. Fahrig. 1998. Spatial scaling and animal population dynamics. D. Peterson and V.T. Parker (eds.). Ecological scale: theory and application.. Columbia University Press, New York, NY. Pages 193-206. [PDF]

Grez, A.A., R.O. Bustamante, J.A. Simonetti and L. Fahrig. 1998. Landscape ecology, deforestation, and forest fragmentation: the case of the Ruil forest in Chile. E.S. Chávez and J. Middleton (eds.). Landscape ecology as a tool for sustainable development in Latin America.

Fahrig, Lenore, and K. Freemark. 1995. Landscape-scale effects of toxic events for ecological risk assessment. J. Cairns Jr. and B.R. Niederlehner (eds.). Ecological toxicity testing: scale, complexity, and relevance. Lewis Publishers. Pages 193-208. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore , and G. Merriam. 1995. Conservation of fragmented populations. D. Ehrenfeld (ed.). Readings in conservation biology: The landscape perspective. Society for Conservation Biology and Blackwell Science Inc., Don Mills. Pages 16-25.

Hansson, L. , L. Fahrig and H.G. Merriam (eds.). 1995. Mosaic Landscapes and Ecological Processes. IALE Studies in Landscape Ecology. Chapman and Hall, New York.

Harrison, S., and L. Fahrig. 1995. Landscape Pattern and Population Conservation. L. Hansson, L. Fahrig and H.G. Merriam (eds.). Mosaic Landscapes and Ecological Processes. IALE Studies in Landscape Ecology. Chapman and Hall, New York. Pages 293-308. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore. 1991. Simulation methods for developing general landscape- level hypotheses of single species dynamics. Turner, M.G. and R.H. Gardner (eds.). Quantitative methods in landscape ecology. Springer Verlag, New York. Pages 417-442. [PDF]

Fahrig, Lenore , L.P. Lefkovitch and H.G. Merriam. 1983. Population stability in a patchy environment. in Lauenroth, W.K., G.V. Skogerboe and M. Flug (eds.). Analysis of ecological systems: state-of-the-art in ecological modelling. Elsevier, New York. Pages 61-67.

Selected Refereed Conference Presentations

van den Berg, Jesse , and S Mitchell. 2012. Fuzzy Classification for Eastern Ontario Land Cover Mapping. Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Ottawa, 12 June. [PDF]

Czerwinski, Christopher , D. J. King and S.W. Mitchell. 2011. Forest change detection and mapping in Gatineau Park, Québec, 1987 to 2010 using LANDSAT imagery. Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. Sherbrooke, QC. [PDF]

Girard, Jude , J Pasher, S Mitchell, D King, L Fahrig, A Smith, and K Lindsay. 2011. Optimising landscape selection in a dynamic agricultural region. Spatial Ecology and Conservation. Birmingham, UK, September 5-7 2011.

Mitchell, Scott , and T.K. Remmel. 2011. Impact of noise on land cover classifications: sensitivity analysis using simulated noise. Proc. SKI-Canada, Fernie BC, 9 March 2011. [PDF]

Eberhardt, Ewen , S. Mitchell and L. Fahrig. 2009. Current and probable past wildlife fatality hotspots on the Thousand Islands Parkway, Ontario, Canada. Lees, B.G. and S.W. Laffan (eds), 10th International Conference on GeoComputation, UNSW, Sydney Australia, November 2009. [PDF]

Jaeger, Jochen , and L. Fahrig. 2004. Under what conditions do fences reduce the effects of transportation infrastructure on population persistence?. In: E. Turcott and H.G.J. Bekker (eds). 2003 IENE Conference Proceedings. Infra Eco Network Europe (IENE), Brussels, Belgium. [PDF]

King, Doug , and . 2003. Forest Forest structure and health assessment using airborne videography and digital camera imagery: a review of twenty years of research. Proc. 19th Biennial Workshop on Color Photography & Videography in Resouce Assessment. Am. Soc. Photogramm. & Rem. Sensing, Logan, Utah Oct 6-8. Pages CD-ROM.

Olthof, Ian , and D.J. King. 2003. Airborne image frame correction for consistent extraction of textural and structural image measures. Proc. 19th Biennial Workshop on Color Photography & Videography in Resouce Assessment. Pages CD-ROM.

Pouliot, Darren , D.J. King and D.G. Pitt. 2003. Automated individual tree detection and delineation in digital camera imagery of regenerating boreal forests. Proc. 9th Biennial Workshop on Color Photography & Videography in Resource Assessment. Am. Soc. Photogramm. and Rem. Sens., Logan, Utah, October 6-8. Pages CD-ROM.

King, Doug . 2002. Forest structure, health and regeneration assessment using airborne digital camera imagery. Proc. ForestSAT Symposium, Edinburgh, August 5-9.. UK Forestry Commission, Forest Research, Edinburgh. Volume CD-ROM: 10pp.. [PDF]

Butson, Chris , and D.J. King. 2001. Determination of Optimal Forest Sample Plot Spatial Extent using Lacunarity Analysis of Airborne Imagery. Proceedings 18th Biennial Workshop on Color Photography & Videography in Resource Assessment. Am. Soc. Photogramm. and Rem. Sens., Amherst, Mass. May 16-18.. Volume CD-ROM.

Pulsifer, Peter , and D. J. King. 2001. Ortho-rectification of digital camera imagery for municipal mapping applications. Proceedings 18th Biennial Workshop on Color Photography & Videography in Resource Assessment. Am. Soc. Photogramm. and Rem. Sens., Amherst, Mass. May 16-18.. Volume CD-ROM.

Butson, Chris , and D.J. King. 1999. Semivariance analysis of forest structure and remote sensing data to determine an optimal sample plot size. Proc. 4th International Airborne Remote Sensing Conference and Exhibition / 21st Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. Can. Remote Sensing Soc. Ottawa, ON June 21-24. Volume II: 155-162.

Olthof, Ian , D.J. King and R.A. Preston. 1999. Automated subscene and segment-based extraction of forest parameters using spectral and spatial information from high resolution digital imagery. Proc. 17th Biennial Workshop on Color Photography and Videography in Resource Assessment. Am. Soc. Photogramm. and Rem. Sens., Reno, NV. May 5-7.. Pages 1-12.

Walsworth, Nicholas , and D. J. King. 1999. Comparison of two tree apex delineation techniques. Proc. International Forum on High Resolution Remote Sensing in Forestry. Canadian Forest Service, Victoria BC, Feb 10-12, 1998. Pages 93-104.

King, Doug . 1985. Development and use of a 4-camera video system for resource surveys. Proc. 19th Int. Symp. on Remote Sensing of Environment. Env. Research Institute of Michigan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Pages 483-489.