Publications

Updated: March 8, 2021

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[27] Peers, M.J.L., Konkolics S., Majchrzak, Y.N, Menzies, A.K., Studd E.K., Boonstra R., Boutin, S., Lamb, C.T. In Press. Vertebrate scavenging dynamics differ between carnivore and herbivore carcasses in the northern boreal forest. Ecosphere.

[26] König H,  Carter N, Ceausu S, Lamb C.T., Ford AT,  Kiffner C. In Press. Human-wildlife coexistence in science and practice. Conservation Science and Practice.

[25] Serrouya, R., Dickie, M., Lamb, C.T., van Oort, H., Kelly, A.P., DeMars, C., McLoughlin, P.D., Larters, N.C, Hervieux, D., Ford, A., Boutin, S. 2021. Trophic consequences of terrestrial eutrophication for a threatened ungulate. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. PDF

[24] Ford AT, Ali A, Colla A, Cooke S, Lamb, C.T., Pittman J, Shiffman D, Singh N. 2021. The erosion of cooperation and evidence leads to misplaced efforts in conservation. FACETS. PDF

[23] Lamb, C.T., AT Ford, B McLellan, M Proctor, G Mowat, L Ciarniello, S Nielsen, S Boutin. 2020. The ecology of human-carnivore coexistence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. PDF | Infographic

[22] Neilson E.W., Lamb, C.T., Konkolics SM, Peers MJL, Majchrzak YN, Doran-Myers D, Garland L, Martinig AR, Boutin S. 2020. There’s a storm a-coming: Ecological resilience and resistance to extreme weather events. Ecology and Evolution. PDF

[21] Peers, M.J.L., Konkolics S., Lamb, C.T., Majchrzak, Y.,  Menzies, A., E Studd, R Boonstra, A Kenney, C Krebs, A Martinig, B McCulloch, J Silva, L Garland, S Boutin. 2020. Prey availability and ambient temperature drive carrion persistence in the boreal forest. Journal of Animal Ecology. PDF

[20] Silva, J., Nielsen, S., Lamb, C.T., Hague, C., Boutin, S. 2020. Modelling lichen abundance for woodland caribou in a fire-driven boreal landscape. Forests. PDF

[19] Mowat, G.M., Klevenger, A., Kortello, A., Hausleitner, D., Barrueto, M., Smit, L., Lamb, C.T., Dorsey, B., Ott, P. 2020. The sustainability of wolverine trapping mortality in southern Canada. Journal of Wildlife Management. PDF | Infographic

[18] Prevey, J, Parker L, Harrington C, Lamb CT, Proctor M. 2020. Climate change shifts in habitat suitability and phenology of huckleberry (Vaccinium membranaceum). Agriculture and Forest Meteorology. PDF

[17] Proctor, M, McLellan B.M, Stenhouse, G.B, Mowat, G., Lamb CT, Boyce, M.S. 2020. Effects of roads and motorized human access on grizzly bear populations in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. Ursus. PDF

[16] Proctor M.F., Kasworm W.F., Servheen, C., Teisberg, J., Radant, T.G., Lamb, C.T., Kendall, C.K., Mace, R.D., Paetkau, D., Boyce, M.S. 2020. American Black Bear Population Fragmentation Detected with Pedigrees in the Trans-border Canada-United States Region. Ursus. PDF

[15] Gilbert, S., Broadly, K., Doran-Myers, D., Droghini, A., Haines, J.A., Hämäläinen, A., Lamb, C.T., Neilson, E., Boutin, S. 2019. Conservation triage at the trailing edge of climate envelopes. Conservation Biology. PDF

[14] Lamb, C.T., Ford, A.T., Royle, A.J., Proctor, M., Boutin, S. 2019. Genetic tagging in the Anthropocene: scaling ecology from alleles to ecosystems. Ecological Applications. PDF | Infographic

[13] McLellan M.L.,McLellan B.M., Sollmann, R., Lamb, C.T., Apps, C., Wittmer, H.U. 2019. Divergent population trends ten years after ending the legal grizzly bear hunt in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Biological Conservation. PDF

[12] McLellan B.M., Mowat, G., Lamb, C.T., 2018. Estimating Unrecorded Human-Caused Mortalities of Grizzly Bears in the Flathead Valley, British Columbia. PeerJ. PDF

[11] Peers, M.J.L., Majchrzak. Y.N., Neilson, N., Lamb, C.T., Hämäläinen, A., Haines, J.A., Garland, L., Doran-Myers, D., Broadley, K. Boutin, S. 2018. Quantifying fear effects on prey demography in nature.  Ecology. PDF | Infographic

[10] Lamb, C.T., Gilbert, S., Ford. A.T. 2018. Tweet success? Alternative metrics of scientific impact in ecology and conservationPeerJ6:e4564. PDF | Infographic

[9] Lamb, C.T., Festa-Bianchet, M., Boyce, M.S. 2018. Invest long term in Canada’s wildernessScience. 359(6379) pp. 1002. PDF

[8] Lamb, C.T., Mowat, G., Reid, A., Smit, L., Proctor, M., McLellan, B.M., Nielsen, S.E., Boutin, S. 2018. The effect of habitat quality and access management on the density of a recovering grizzly bear population. Journal of Applied Ecology. PDF | Infographic

[7] Lamb, C.T., G. Mowat, S. Gilbert, B.M. McLellan, S.E. Nielson, S. Boutin. 2017. Density-dependent signaling: An alternative hypothesis on the function of chemical signaling in a non-territorial solitary carnivorePLoS ONE. PDF | Infographic

[6] Hämäläinen, A., Broadley, K., Droghini, A., Haines, J.A., Lamb, C.T., Boutin, S., Gilbert, S. 2017. The ecological significance of secondary seed dispersal by carnivores. Ecosphere. 8 (2): e01685. PDF | Infographic

[5] Lamb, C.T., Mowat, G., McLellan, B.M., Nielsen, S.E., Boutin, S. 2017. Forbidden fruit: Human settlement and abundant fruit create an ecological trap for an apex omnivore. Journal of Animal Ecology. 86(1): 55-65. PDF | Infographic

[4] Lamb, C.T., Walsh, D., Mowat, G. 2016. Factors influencing detection success of grizzly bears at genetic sampling sites Ursus. 27(1): 31-44. PDF

[3] Robson, K.M., Lamb, C.T., Russello, M.A. 2016. Low genetic diversity, restricted dispersal and elevation-specific patterns of population decline in American pikas in an atypical environment. Journal of Mammalogy. 97(2): 464-472. PDF | Infographic

[2] Lamb, C.T., Robson, K.M., Russello, M.A. 2014. Development and application of a molecular sexing protocol in the climate-change sensitive American pika. Conservation Genetic Resources. 6:17-19. PDF

[1] Lemay, M.A., Henry, P., Lamb, C.T., Robson, K.M., Russello, M.A. 2013 Novel genomic resources for a climate change sensitive mammal: Characterization of the American pika transcriptome. BMC Genomics. 14:311. PDF

Invited Lectures

Lamb, C.T., (2017). Population Dynamics and Inference using Spatially-Explicit Capture-Recapture. Invited by Dr. Sophie Gilbert, University of Idaho

Presentations

Lamb, C.T. (2018) Genetic tagging in the Anthropocene: scaling ecology from alleles to ecosystems. The Wildlife Society Conference- Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Lamb, C.T. (2018) South Rockies Grizzly Bear Project Update. Teck Coal Communities of Interest Initiative. Fernie, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2018) The Effects of Roads on Wildlife. Roadsafe BC Community night, Elkford, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2018) Citizen Scientist Recruitment and Information Night: South Rockies Grizzly Bear Project. Elkford, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2018) Citizen Scientist Recruitment and Information Night: South Rockies Grizzly Bear Project. Fernie, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2018) Grizzly bears: running out of room. Wildsight and RoadWatchBC Public Presentation-Fernie, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2018) Grizzly bears: running out of room.Wildsight and RoadWatchBC Public Presentation-Cranbrook, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2018) Effects of habitat quality and access management on the density of a recovering grizzly bear population. The Alberta Chapter of the Wildlife Society Conference – Lethbridge, AB.

Lamb, C.T. (2018) Grizzly bears: running out of room. Wildsight Annual General Meeting-Golden BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2017) Effects of habitat quality and access management on the density of a recovering grizzly bear population. International Bear Association– Quito, Ecuador.

Lamb, C.T. (2017) Where the rubber meets the road: the effect of roads on grizzly bear density.  Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Conference– Victoria, BC

Lamb, C.T. (2017) Maintaining resilient wildlife populations in British Columbia: Challenges and Opportunities. British Columbia Wildlife General Annual General Meeting-Nelson, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2016) Forbidden fruit: Human settlement and abundant fruit create an ecological trap for an apex omnivore.  International Bear Association– Anchorage, AK, USA.

Lamb, C.T. (2016) Forbidden fruit: Human settlement and abundant fruit create an ecological trap for an apex omnivore.  RE Peter Biology Conference– Edmonton, AB.

Lamb, C.T. (2016) Forbidden fruit: Human settlement and abundant fruit create an ecological trap for an apex omnivore. The Alberta Chapter of the Wildlife Society Conference – Drumheller, AB.

Lamb, C.T. (2015) The Ecological Trap: Linear human settlement drives population dynamics of grizzly bears in a region rich with fruit resources. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Conference– Saskatoon, SK.

Lamb, C.T. (2015) Factors influencing detection success of grizzly bears at genetic sampling sites. The Alberta Chapter of the Wildlife Society Conference – Edmonton, AB.

Lamb, C.T. (2015) Factors influencing detection success of grizzly bears at genetic sampling sites. RE Peter Biology Conference– Edmonton, AB.

Lamb, C.T. (2013) Development and application of a molecular sexing protocol reveals preliminary evidence of male-biased dispersal in American pika. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Conference– Okanagan, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2013) SNP discovery and validation in the American pika reveals population structure among elevational transects at their northern range periphery. Undergraduate Research Conference, University of British Columbia– Okanagan, BC.

Lamb, C.T. (2012) Novel genomic markers reveal genetic fixation by elevation in the climate change-sensitive, American pika. Barber School Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of British Columbia– Okanagan, BC.