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5. M.J. L. Peers, Y.N. Majchrzak, E. Neilson, C.T. Lamb, A. Hämäläinen, J.A. Haines, L. Garland, D. Doran‐Myers, K. Broadley, R. Boonstra, S. Boutin. 2018. Quantifying fear effects on prey demography in nature. Ecology. doi: 10.1002/ecy.2381


4.  J.A. Haines, D.W. Coltman, B. Dantzer, J.C. Gorrell, M.M. Humphries, J.E. Lane, A.G. McAdam, S. Boutin. 2018. Sexually selected infanticide by male red squirrels in advance of a mast year. Ecology. doi: 10.1002/ecy.2158


3.  A. Hämäläinen, A.G. McAdam, B. Dantzer, J.E. Lane, J.A. Haines, M. Humphries, S. Boutin. 2017. Fitness consequences of peak reproductive effort in a resource pulse system. Scientific Reports 7: 9335. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-09724-x


2.  A. Hämäläinen, K. Broadley, A. Droghini, J.A. Haines, C.T. Lamb, S. Boutin, S. Gilbert. 2017. The ecological significance of secondary seed dispersal by carnivores. Ecosphere 82(2):e01685. doi: 10.1002/ecs2.1685


1.  J. Martinez-Padilla, P. Vergara, L. Pérez-Rodríguez, F. Mougeot, F. Casas, S.C. Ludwig, J.A. Haines, M. Zeineddine, S.M. Redpath. 2011. Condition- and parasite-dependent expression of a male-like trait in a female bird. Biology Letters. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2010.0991


Published Datasets

1.  A. Hämäläinen; A.G. McAdam; B. Dantzer; J.E. Lane; J.A. Haines; M.M. Humphries; S, Boutin. 2017. Hamalainen_SciRep_fitness consequences of peak effort_data.xlsx. figshare.



2.  J.A. Haines. 2017. Resources and reproductive trade-offs affect fitness, life history traits, and sexual selection in red squirrels. PhD Thesis, University of Alberta.


1.  J.A. Haines. 2010. Female ornamentation in red grouse and its potential role in sexual selection. MPhil Thesis, University of Aberdeen.