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i) Published Research:


Addison, E. M., McLaughlin, R. F. & D. J. H. Fraser, 1983. Raising moose calves in Ontario. Alces , 19: 246-270. APM Reprint # 4145.


Addison, E. M., McLaughlin, R. F. & J. D. Broadfoot, 1994. Growth of moose calves (Alces alces americana) infested and uninfested with winter ticks (Dermacentor albipictus). Can. J. Zool., 72: 1469-1476. APM Reprint # 5460.

 

Addison, E. M., Smith, J. D., McLaughlin, R. F., Fraser, D. J. H. & D. G. Joachim, 1990. Calving sites of moose in central Ontario. Alces, 26: 142-153. APM Reprint # 4923.

 

Bonanno, V. L., and A. I. Schulte-Hostedde. 2009. Sperm competition and ejaculate investment in Red Squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63: 835-846.

 

Bowman, J., G. L. Holloway, J. R. Malcolm, K. R. Middel, and P. J. Wilson. 2005. Northern range boundary dynamics of Southern Flying Squirrels: evidence of an energetic bottleneck. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 1486-1494

 

Do, R., Shonfield, J., & McAdam, A.G. (2013). Reducing accidental shrew mortality associated with small-mammal livetrapping II: a field experiment with bait supplementation. Journal of Mammology, 94(4), 754-760. doi:10.1644/12- MAMM-A-242.1


Donkor, N. T. & J. M. Fryxell, 2000. Lowland boreal forest characterization in Algonquin Provincial Park relative to beaver (Castor canadensis) foraging and edaphic factors. Plant Ecology, In Press.


Doucet, C. M. & J. M. Fryxell, 1993. The effect of nutritional quality on forage preference by beavers. Oikos, 67: 201-208.

 

Doucet, C. M. and J. P. Ball, 1994. Analysis of digestion data: apparent and true digestibilities of foods eaten by beavers. Am. Mid. Nat., 132: 239-247.

 

M. Fryxell, 1994. Beaver dam cache composition: are woody species used differently? Ecoscience , 1(3): 268-270. APM Reprint # 5571.


Doucet, C. M., Walton, R. A. & J. M. Fryxell, 1994. Perceptual cues used by beavers foraging on woody plants. Anim. Behav., 47: 1482-1484.


Fowle, C. D. & R. Y. Edwards, 1948. An unusual abundance of short-tailed shrews, Blarina brevicauda (Say). J. Mammalogy, 36(1): 36-41. APM Reprint # 4190.


Fowle, C. D. & R. Y. Edwards, 1954. The utility of break-back traps in populations studies of small mammals. J. Wildlife Management , 18(4): 503-508. APM Reprint # 4191.


Frijlink, J. H., 1977. Patterns of wolf pack movements prior to kills as read from tracks in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Bidjdk Dierkunde, 47(1) 131-137. APM Reprint # 3046.


Fryxell, J. M., 1992. Space use by beavers in relation to resource abundance. Oikos , 64: 474-478.


Fryxell, J. M., 1999. Functional responses to resource complexity: an experimental analysis of foraging by beavers. In Herbivores: between plants and predators (V. K. Brown, R. Drent, and H. Olff, eds.), Blackwell, Oxford. Pages 371-396.


Fryxell, J. M. & C. M. Doucet, 1991. Provisioning time and central-place foraging in beaver. Can. J. Zool., 69: 1308-1313. APM Reprint # 5016.


Fryxell, J. M. & C. M. Doucet, 1993. Diet choice and the functional response of beavers. Ecology , 74: 1297-1306.

 

Fryxell, J. M., Falls, J. B., Falls, E. A. & R. J. Brooks, 1998. Long-term dynamics of small-mammal populations in Ontario. Ecology, 79: 213-225.


Fryxell, J. M., Falls, J. B., Falls, E. A., Brooks, R. J., Dix, L. & M. A. Strickland, 1999. Density-dependence, prey-dependence and population dynamics of martens in Ontario. Ecology , 80: 1311-1321.


Fryxell, J. M., Vamosi, S. M., Walton, R. A. & C. M. Doucet, 1994. Retention time and the functional response of beavers. Oikos , 71: 207-214.


Hall, A. M., 1972. Beaver and the beaver eaters. Ontario Naturalist, (Sept.): 4 pp. APM Reprint # 2021.


Hartman, F. H., 1960. Census technique for snowshoe hares. Master’s Thesis, Michigan State College, Lansing, MI.

 

Herman, M. F., Pepper, J. F. & L. A. Herman, 1982. Field and laboratory techniques for anesthetizing marten with halothane gas. Wildlife Society Bulletin , 10(3): 275-277. APM Reprint # 3362.

 

Holloway, G. L., & Malcolm, J. R. (2007). Northern and southern flying squirrel use of space within home ranges in central Ontario. Forest ecology and management242(2), 747-755.

 

Holloway, G. L., and J. R. Malcolm. 2007. Nest tree use by northern and southern flying squirrels in central Ontario. Journal of Mammalogy 88: 226-233.

 

Gooderham, K. L., & Schulte-Hostedde, A. I. 2012. Does 2D: 4D predict fitness in a wild mammal?. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 90(1), 93-100.

 

Joslin, P. W. B., 1967. Movements and home sites of timber wolves in Algonquin Park. American Zoologist , 7(2): 279-288. APM Reprint # 2354.


King, D. R., 1970. Estimates of the white-tailed deer population and mortality in central Ontario, 1970-1972. Can Field-Naturalist , 90(1) 29-35. APM Reprint # 2772.


Kolenosky, G. B., 1965. Techniques in timber wolf range and movement studies. Ontario Naturalist, 3(2): 5-9. APM Reprint # 2432.


Kolenosky, G. B., 1967. Radio-tracking timber wolves in Ontario. American Zoologist, 7(2): 289-303. APM Reprint # 2355.

 

Kolenosky, G. B., 1971. Hybridization between wolf and coyote. J. of Mammalogy, 52(2): 446-449. APM Reprint # 1809.


Levesque, D.L. and Tattersall, G.J. 2010. Seasonal torpor and normothermic energy metabolism in the
Eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus). Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 180:279-29.

 

Levesque, D.L. and Tattersall,G.L. 2009. Seasonal changes in thermoregulatory responses to hypoxia in the Eastern chipmunk (Tamias stiatus) Journal of Experimental Biology. 212: 1801-1810.

 

McLaughlin, R. F. & E. M. Addison, 1986. Tick (Dermacentor albipictus) - induced winter hair-loss in captive moose (Alces alces). J. of Wildlife Diseases, 22(4): 502-510. PM Reprint # 4157.

 

Pidduck, E. R. & J. B. Falls, 1973. Reproduction and emergence of juveniles in Tamias striatus at two localities in Ontario, Canada. J. of Mammalogy, 54(3): 693-707. APM Reprint # 98.

 

Pimlott, D. H., 1960. The use of tape-recorded wolf howls to locate timber wolves. Presented at the 22nd Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Toronto, Dec. 5-7, 1960. 15 pp. APM Reprint # 427.

 

Pimlott, D. H., 1961. Wolf control in Ontario - Past, present, and future. Presented at the 25th Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference, June 15-16, 1961. 16 pp. APM Reprint # 826.

 

Pimlott, D. H., 1962. Is a research program on wolves justified? The Bulletin (F. O. N.), 97: 6-10. APM Reprint # 1311.

 

Pimlott, D. H., 1967. Wolves and men in North America. Defenders of Wildlife News , (Jan.-Feb.-Mar.): 36-43. APM Reprint # 2013.

 

Pimlott, D. H., 1967. Wolf predation and ungulate populations. American Zoologist, 7(2): 267-278. APM Reprint # 2353.

 

Pimlott, D. H., 1970. The way of life of the timber wolf. Living Wilderness, (Autumn): 20-28. APM Reprint # 2105.

 

Pimlott, D. H., Shannon, J. A. & G. B. Kolenosky, 1967. Interrelationships of wolves and deer in Algonquin Park. Trans. N. E. Wildlife Conference, Quebec. 16 pp. APM Reprint # 2741.

 

Reid, E. D. & R. J. Brooks, 1994. Effect of water on retention time and food consumption in deer mice. Can. J. Zool., 72: 1711-1714. APM Reprint # 5492.


Roche, B. E., Schulte-Hostedde, A. I. & R. J. Brooks, 1999. Route choice by deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus): Reducing the risk of auditory detection by predators. Am. Mid. Nat., 142: 194-197.


Rutter, R. J. & D. H. Pimlott, 1968. The world of the wolf. Ontario Naturalist, (March): 5-12. APM Reprint # 2019.

 

Schmitz, O. J. & G. B. Kolenosky, 1985. Hybridization between wolf and coyote in captivity. J. of Mammalogy , 66(2): 402-405. APM Reprint # 3621.


Schmitz, O. J. & G. B. Kolenosky, 1985. Wolves and coyotes in Ontario: Morphological relationships and origins. Can. J. Zool., 63: 1130-1137. APM Reprint # 3622.


Schulte-Hostedde, A. I. & R. J. Brooks, 1997. An experimental test of habitat selection by rodents of Algonquin Park. Can. J. Zool., 75: 1989-1993.

 

Shonfield, J., Do, R., Brooks, R.J., & McAdam, A.G. (2013). Reducing accidental shrew mortality associated with small-mammal livetrapping I: an inter- and intrastudy annalysis. Journal of Mammology, 94(4), 745-753.


Stephenson, A. B., 1969. Temperatures within a beaver lodge in winter. J. of Mammalogy, 50(1): 134-136. APM Reprint # 4189.

 

Stephenson, A. B., 1977. Age determination and morphological variation of Ontario Otters. Can. J. Zool., 55: 1577-1583. APM Reprint # 3314.


Taylor, M. E. & N. Abrey, 1982. Marten, Martes americanus, movements and habitat use in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. Can. Field-Naturalist , 96(4): 439-447. APM Reprint # 3486.


Theberge, J. B. & D. H. Pimlott, 1969. Observations of wolves at a rendezvous site in Algonquin Park. Canadian Field-Naturalist , 83(2): 122-128. APM Reprint # 874.


Theberge, J. B. & J. B. Falls, 1967. Howling as a means of communication in the timber wolves. Am. Zoologist, 7(2): 331-338. APM Reprint # 2359.


Theberge, J. B., Oosenbrug, S. M. & D. H. Pimlott, 1978. Site and seasonal variations in food of wolves, Algonquin Park, Ontario. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 92(1): 91-94. APM Reprint # 2973.


Voigt, D. R., Kolenosky, G. B. & D. H. Pimlott, 1976. Changes in summer food of wolves in central Ontario. J. of Wildlife Management, 40(4): 663-668. APM Reprint # 1124.


Whitelaw, C. J. & E. T. Pengelly, 1954. Beaver project - A method for handling live beaver. J. of Wildlife Management, 18(4): 533-534. APM Reprint # 4177.

ii) Doctoral and Master's Theses:

 

Do, R. 2011. The Influence of Bait and Water Provisions on Shrew Mortality Rates Associated with Small Mammal Live-Trapping. MSc thesis University of Guelph, Guelph, ON

 

Donkor, N. T., 1993. Influence of beaver foraging and edaphic factors on the woody plant community structure in lowland boreal forest. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 68 pp. APM Reprint # 5520.

 

Doucet, C. M., 1991. Factors influencing forage preference by beaver (Castor canadensis, Kuhl). Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 69 pp. APM Reprint # 5521.


Falls, J. B., 1953. Activity and local distribution of deer mice in relation to certain environmental factors. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto 221 pp. APM Reprint # 5527.


Fehringer, G. M., 1988. Relationships between food and population dynamics of deermice (Peromyscus maniculatus gracilis) in Algonquin Park. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 91 pp. APM Reprint # 1034.


Francis, G., 1959. Ecological studies of marten (Martes americana) in Algonquin Park, Ontario. Master’s Thesis, University of British Columbia.


Gauthier, D. A., 1979. Small mammals and vegetation on selected burned and logged areas in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. Master’s Thesis, University of Waterloo. 220 pp. APM Reprint # 3104.


Gibson, G. G., 1957. Beaver colonies in southern Algonquin Park with particular reference to the available food. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 84 pp. APM Reprint # 2391.


Gillespie, P. S., 1977. Summer activities, home range and habitat use of beaver. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 150 pp. APM Reprint # 208.


Hall, A. M., 1971. Ecology of beaver and selection of prey by wolves in central Ontario. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 116 pp. APM Reprint # 1428.


Hepburn, R. L., 1959. Effects of snow cover on mobility and local distribution of deer in Algonquin Park. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 54 pp. APM Reprint # 1415.


Novak, M., 1967. An analysis of some aspects of the pellet-group count used in censusing white-tailed deer (Odocoilues virginianus) Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 34 pp.


Patterson, L. 2009. Correlates of male reproductive success in the eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus). M.Sc. thesis, Laurentian University, Sudbury, ON


Schulte-Hostedde, A. I., 1997. Interspecific interaction and habitat distribution of small mammals in Algonquin Park. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 84 pp.

 

Stewart, Francis. Plasticity of Maternal Care and Seasonal Manipulation of Masculinity in Peromyscus maniculatus. MSc. Thesis. University of Guelph, Guelph, ON


Theberge, J. B., Undated. Howling as a means of communication in timber wolves (Canis lupus). Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 80 pp. APM Reprint # 5081.


Voigt, D. R., 1973. Summer food habits and movements of wolves, (Canis lupus) in central Ontario. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 76 pp. APM Reprint # 2569.


Walker, R. E., 1964. An experimental investigation of habitat selection by woodland mice. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 113 pp. APM Reprint # 2582.


Walton, R. A., 1994. Predation risk, energy-maximization, and distance-dependent foraging by beavers. Master’s Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 55 pp. APM Reprint # 5519.

 

iii) Technical and Research Papers:


Blake, S. & J. B. Falls, 1987. Manual of field methods used for long term small mammal trapping in Algonquin Park. Typewritten Report, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 33 pp. APM Reprint # 964.


Brooks, R. J. & D. K. Attuquayefio, 1994. Populations of small mammals in Algonquin Park, 1993. Report to Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 24 pp. plus appendices. APM Reprint # 5359.


Brooks, R. J. & E. D. Reid, 1992. Populations of small mammals in Algonquin Park. Report to Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 52 pp. APM Reprint # 5657.


Dale, J. & A. Dale, 1953. Marten Project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Edwards, R. Y., 1946. Mammal population studies in Algonquin Park, 1946. Inter-Division Report, Research Division, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. pgs. 6-17. APM Reprint # 2532.


Falls, J. B., 1987. Populations of small mammals in Algonquin Park. GR-003-84, Final Report, Ontario Renewable Resources Research Grants Program. 10 pp. plus appendices. APM Reprint # 1034.


Fowle, C. D., 1950. The status of elk in Algonquin Park. Wildlife Report No. 16, Division of Research, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 2 pp. APM Reprint # 1084.


Fowle, C. D., 1960. Status of elk in Algonquin Park. Part II. Wildlife File Report No. 63, Forest Research Branch, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 3 pp. APM Reprint # 1083.


Francis, G., 1954. Marten Project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Francis, G. 1955 Marten Project (Part I). Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Francis, G., 1955. Utilization of marginal habitat by beaver in Algonquin Park. Wildlife File Report No. 42, Research Division, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Francis, G., 1957. Ecological studies of marten in Algonquin Park, Ontario. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Francis, G. R. & A. B. Stephenson, 1972. Marten ranges and food habits in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. Research Report (Wildlife) No. 91, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 53 pp. APM Reprint # 1981.


Fryxell, J. M., 1992. Stability and productivity of beaver populations in Algonquin Park (Summary Report: 1989-1991). Typewritten Report, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph. 12 pp. plus figures. APM Reprint # 5066.


Gates, M., Falls, A. & B. Falls, 1980. Twenty-eight years of fluctuations in Peromyscus populations in Algonquin Park. Unpublished Report, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. 12 pp. APM Reprint # 3105.


Gibson, G. G., 1954. Beaver Project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Gibson, G. G., 1954. A report on beaver colonies in and around the wilderness area, Algonquin Park, 1954. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Gibson, G. G. 1955 Beaver Project (Part I). Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Gibson, G. G., 1955. A report on beaver colonies, Algonquin Park, spring, summer, 1955. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Guertin, J., 1953. Beaver Project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Guertin, J., 1954. Small mammal project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Hepburn, R. L., 1954. Report on deer enclosures in Algonquin Park. Wildlife Report No. 36, Division of Research, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 3 pp. APM Reprint # 372.


Hepburn, R. L., 1960. Facilities for big game research at the Wildlife Research Station, Algonquin Park. Research Division, Department of Lands and Forests. 10 pp.


Loucks, M. G., 1958. Live trapping of fisher in Algonquin Park, Winter of 1957. Fish and Wildlife Management Report No. 40: 61-64. APM Reprint # 1107.


MacLeod, C. F., 1951. Marten Project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


MacLeod, C. F., 1952. Marten Project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


McGillivray, R. W., 1961. Control of water levels in beaver impoundments. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Morris, W. A., 1950. Small mammal repellents and forest tree seeds. Wildlife Report No. 20, Division of Research, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 7 pp.


Ontario Department of Lands and Forests, 1964 . Some facts about predator research and management in Ontario. (A progress report on the results of research on timber wolves and coyotes). Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 22 pp. APM Reprint # 1892.


Oosenbrug, S. M. & O. Williams, 1971. A summer wolf census in Algonquin Park. Undergraduate report, University of Waterloo and Waterloo Lutheran University. 20 pp. APM Reprint # 1561.


Pengelly, E. T., 1952. Beaver Project. Wildlife Research Station.


Pengelly, E. T., Stephenson, A. B. & C. C. Stewart, 1953. Broadwing Lake Project. Wildlife Research Station.

 

Pimlott, D. H. & J. A. Shannon, 1969. The wolf research program in Ontario. Fur Advisory Committee Meeting, April 15-16, Dorset. 11 pp. APM Reprint # 1081.


Pimlott, D. H., Shannon, J. A. & G. B. Kolenosky, 1977. The ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (Copyright 1969, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests). 92 pp. APM Reprint # 24.

 

Standfield, R. O., 1955. Growth and habitat studies of beaver in Algonquin Park. Fur Advisory Committee meetings, Dorset, Ontario.


Standfield, R. O., 1955. Plan for experimental harvest of beaver in Algonquin Park during the winter 1955-1956. Wildlife Research Station.


Standfield, R. O., 1956. An aerial census method for measuring changes in the densities of beaver populations. Section Report (Wildlife) No. 7, Division of Research, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 5 pp. plus attachments. APM Reprint # 1434.

 

Standfield, R. O., 1956. Trapping, handling and marking live marten. Section Report (Wildlife) No. 9, Division of Research, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Standfield, R. O., 1970. A history of timber wolf (Canis lupus) populations in Ontario. Typewritten Report, Research Branch, Wildlife Section, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 12 pp. APM Reprint # 434.


Standfield, R. O., 1970. Some considerations on the taxonomy of wolves in Ontario. Pp. 32-37 in Jorgensen, S. E., Faulkner, C. E. & L. D. Mech. Proceedings of a Symposium on Wolf Management in Selected Areas of North America. U. S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. APM Reprint # 1635.


Stephenson, A. B., 1958. Deer and yellow birch investigations in Biggar township, Algonquin Park. Establishment Report. 12 pp. APM Reprint # 1066.


Stephenson, A. B., 1958. Deer and yellow birch investigations in Biggar township, Algonquin Park. Wildlife File Report No. 50, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Stephenson, A. B., 1959. Deer investigations in Biggar and Wilkes townships, Algonquin Park. Section Report (Wildlife) No. 26, Division of Research, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests. 32 pp. APM Reprint # 1456.


Stephenson, A. B. & R. L. Hepburn, 1958. Deer and forest regenerations in Algonquin Park. Wildlife File Report No. 51, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Whitelaw, C. J., 1951. Beaver project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Whitelaw, C. J., 1952. Beaver project. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Whitelaw, C. J., 1954. Beaver project - Crosby Creek colony. Preliminary Report. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.


Whitelaw, C. J., 1954. Beaver project (Part I and II). Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.

 

Whitelaw, C. J. & E. T. Pengelly, 1952. Beaver project . Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.

 

Whitelaw, C. J. & E. T. Pengelly, 1953. Beaver project - A method for handling live beaver. Wildlife Research Station, Ontario Department of Lands and Forests.

 
   
 
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