Our work is mainly academic, and we also work with the media to translate the ecological and evolutionary knowledge that we provide. We are convinced that science should be understandable, and interested individuals and groups could help us figure out the best applications of our contributions.
Verocai GG, Hoberg EP, Simard M, Beckmen KB, Musiani M, Wasser S, Cuyler C, Manseau M, Chaudhry UN, Kashivakura CK, Gilleard JS. (2020). The biogeography of the caribou lungworm, Varestrongylus eleguneniensis (Nematoda: Protostrongylidae) across northern North America. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife. (11): 93-102.
Pruvot, Musiani, Boyce, Kutz, Orsel. (2020). Integrating Livestock Management and Telemetry Data to Quantify Interactions between Wildlife and Livestock. Preventive Veterinary Medicine.
Schweizer, Robinson, Harrigan, Silva, Galverni, Musiani, Green, Novembr, Wayne. (2016). Targeted capture and resequencing of 1040 genes reveal environmentally driven functional variation in gray wolves. Molecular Ecology. 10.1111/mec.13467: 357–379.
Musiani. (2016). Wolf hunting and prey behaviors in the real world (book review). Ecology. 97: 1368-1369.
Benz, Boyce, Thurfjell, Paton, Musiani, Dormann, Ciuti*. (2016). Dispersal ecology informs design of large- scale wildlife corridors. PLoS ONE. 11: e0162989.
Schweizer, vonHoldt, Harrigan, Knowles, Musiani, Coltman, Novembre, Wayne. (2016). Genetic subdivision and candidate genes under selection in North American gray wolves. Molecular Ecology. doi: 10.1111/mec.133: 380-402.
Pruvot, Lejeune, Kutz, Hutchins, Musiani, Massolo, Orsel. (2016). Better Alone or in Ill Company? The Effect of Migration and Inter-Species Comingling on Fascioloides magna Infection in Elk. PloS one. 11: e0159319.
Bryan, Smits, Koren, Paquet, Wynne-Edwards, Musiani. (2015). Heavily hunted wolves have higher stress and reproductive steroids than wolves with lower hunting pressure. Functional Ecology. 29(3): 347–356.
Toews*, Musiani, Visscher, Checkley, Smith*, Massolo. (2020). Wildlife and domestic animal overlap and parasitic infections: the Echinococcus multilocularis case. ACTWS 2020 – Alberta Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Webinar series, Camrose, Canada.
Cavedon*, vonHoldt, Heppenheimer, Adamczewski, Hebblewhite, Hegel, MacBeth, Mariani, Neufeld, Schwantje, Steenweg, Theoret*, Musiani. (2020). Moving genes around: consequences for caribou conservation breeding program in Jasper area. Alberta Chapter of Wildlife Society (ACTWS) Conference 2020, Webinar series. 2020/11 Abstract
Schmitt*, Li, Musiani, Filipe. (2020). A innovative paper-based technology for species detection. North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Denver, United States.
Theoret*, Cavedon*, Horne*, vonHoldt, Hegel, Steenweg, Schwantje, Adamczewski, Musiani. (2020). Caribou on the move: specifying caribou migratory behaviours to identify and preserve intraspecies diversity. North American Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) 2020, Denver, United States. 2020/07 Abstract
Massolo, Towes*, Smith*, Lamont*, Rock, Visscher, Musiani, Santa*, Klein, Checkley. (2018). The breed effect on E multilocularis and E canadensis infections in urban dogs: the pooled prevalence may be misleading?. ICOPA 14th International congress of parasitology, Exco, Korea, Republic of
Theoret*, Cavedon*, vonHoldt, Hegel, Steenweg, Schwantje, Adamczewski, Musiani. (2018). Behavioural And Genomic Variation Within And Between Caribou Populations. North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Toronto, Canada
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