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Professor of Ecology & Evolution and Physiology

Research Group


Phoebe D. Edwards, Ph. D. Candidate, U Toronto

Research: The cause of population cycles in voles
Email: phoebe.d.edwards@gmail.com

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Michael Sheriff, Ph. D Collaborator

Assistant Professor, Dept. Ecosystem Science and Management, Pennsylvania State University; We continuing to collaborate on predation risk and Arctic Ground Squirrels in forest/alpine habitats in the Yukon. mls72@psu.edu
http://michaelsheriff.weebly.com/


Sophia Lavergne, Ph.D. Candidate, U Toronto

Research: The snowshoe hare 10-year cycle and the impact of predator stress on epigenetic changes in offspring.
Email: sophialavergne@gmail.com
Website: http://sophialav.weebly.com

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Charles J. Krebs, Professor Emeritus, UBC

Research: Population Regulation in Mammals
Email: krebs@zoology.ubc.ca
Website: http://www.zoology.ubc.ca/~krebs/


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Brendan Delehanty, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Univ. Toronto

We are collaborating on the evolution of the stress axis in mammals and on the measurement of stress in vertebrates
Email: jardehanty@bell.net

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Stan Boutin, Professor, University of Alberta

Research: How ecological variation affects phenotypic plasticity, evolution and population dynamics
Email: stan.boutin@ualberta.ca
Website: https://uofa.ualberta.ca/biological-sciences/faculty-and-staff/academic-staff/stan-boutin


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Dennis Murray, Ph. D Collaborator

Professor and Canada Research Chair in Terrestrial Ecology Departments of Biology and Environmental Resource Studies Trent University. We are collaborating on the role of predation risk on sublethal effects in the population demography in snowshoe hares.
Email: dennismurray@trentu.ca
Website: http://www.dennismurray.ca/openings

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Thomas Jung, Collaborator

Senior Wildlife Biologist, Yukon Department of Environment; Adjunct Professor, University of Alberta; Affiliate Professor, University of Alaska Fairbanks
We are collaborating on the ecology of stress in northern bats; Climate change impact on snowshoe hare.
Email: Thomas.Jung@gov.yk.ca


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Jane Harms, Dr DVM and Collaborator

Program Veterinarian, Yukon Department of Environment on the ecology of stress in northern bats; We are collaborating on on the ecology of stress in northern bats. Other interest includes disease surveillance in northern wildlife.
Email: Jane.harms@gov.yk.ca




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