Habitat Modelling


Lehmkuhl, J. F., K. D. Kistler, J. S. Begley, and J. Boulanger. 2006. Demography of northern flying squirrels informs ecosystem management of western interior forests. Ecological Applications 16:584-600

Stenhouse, G., J. Boulanger, J. Lee, K. Graham, J. Duval, and J. Cranston. 2005. Grizzly bear associations along the eastern slopes of Alberta. Ursus 16:31-40. 


Dumond, M., J. Boulanger, D. Paetkau, A. Niptanatiak, and P. Taptuna. 2009a. Wolverine and grizzly bear distribution, landscape use, local abundance, and harvest rates:  Test of non-invasive methods in Western Kitikmeot. Kugluktuk Angoniatit Association and Nunavut Dept. of Environment. 

Boulanger, J., J. Cranston, S. E. Nielsen, and G. Stenhouse. 2009b. Estimation of grizzly bear population size for the Swan Hills management unit using DNA sampling and habitat-relative occupancy models. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Edmonton, AB. 

Boulanger, J., C. D. Apps, B. N. McLellan, and A. N. Hamilton. 2003a. Development of Quantitative Tools to Predict and Monitor Grizzly Bear Population Response to Landscape Change. Forestry Innovation Investment Account project RO2-36, Burnaby, BC.  

Boulanger, J. 2003b. Analysis of Bathurst caribou satellite collar data:  Consideration of turning angle and displacement of caribou using correlated random walk models and fractal analysis. Integrated Ecological Research, Nelson, BC.

Boulanger, J., A. Gunn, and M. Campbell. 2003b. Survival Rate Estimates for adult female caribou in four herds of barren-ground caribou using radio-collared individuals, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Governments of Northwest Territory and Nunavut.