Shelley M. Alexander
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The effects of highway transportation corridors on wildlife: a case study of Banff National Park
SM Alexander, NM Waters
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 8 (1-6), 307-320, 2000
1412000
Traffic volume and highway permeability for a mammalian community in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
SM Alexander, NM Waters, PC Paquet
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 49 (4), 321-331, 2005
1172005
Human–coyote interactions in Calgary, Alberta
VM Lukasik, SM Alexander
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 16 (2), 114-127, 2011
652011
Spatio‐temporal co‐occurrence of cougars (Felis concolor), wolves (Canis lupus) and their prey during winter: a comparison of two analytical methods
SM Alexander, TB Logan, PC Paquet
Journal of Biogeography 33 (11), 2001-2012, 2006
652006
Coyote (Canis latrans) interactions with humans and pets reported in the Canadian print media (1995–2010)
SM Alexander, MS Quinn
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 16 (5), 345-359, 2011
522011
Spatial and temporal variation of coyote (Canis latrans) diet in Calgary, Alberta
VM Lukasik, SM Alexander
Cities and the Environment (CATE) 4 (1), 8, 2011
432011
Portrayal of interactions between humans and coyotes (Canis latrans): Content analysis of Canadian print media (1998-2010)
SM Alexander, MS Quinn
Cities and the Environment (CATE) 4 (1), 9, 2011
252011
Influence of natural landscape fragmentation and resource availability on distribution and connectivity of gray wolves (Canis lupus) in the archipelago of coastal British …
PC Paquet, SM Alexander, PL Swan, CT Darimont
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY SERIES-CAMBRIDGE- 14, 130, 2006
192006
Influence of natural landscape fragmentation and resource availability on distribution and connectivity of gray wolves (Canis lupus) in the archipelago of coastal British …
PC Paquet, SM Alexander, PL Swan, CT Darimont
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY SERIES-CAMBRIDGE- 14, 130, 2006
192006
Snow‐tracking and GIS: using multiple species‐environment models to determine optimal wildlife crossing sites and evaluate highway mitigation plans on the Trans‐Canada Highway
SM Alexander
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 52 (2), 169-187, 2008
182008
A probability-based GIS model for identifying focal species linkage zones across highways in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
SM Alexander, NM Waters, PC Paquet
Applied GIS and Spatial Analysis, 233-256, 2004
182004
Snow‐tracking versus radiotelemetry for predicting wolf‐environment relationships in the Rocky Mountains of Canada
SM Alexander, PC Paquet, TB Logan, DJ Saher
Wildlife Society Bulletin 33 (4), 1216-1224, 2005
172005
Identification of bird collision hotspots along transmission power lines in Alberta: an expert-based geographic information system (GIS) approach.
M Quinn, S Alexander, N Heck, G Chernoff
Journal of Environmental Informatics 18 (1), 2011
152011
An analysis of spatial clustering of stroke types, in-hospital mortality, and reported risk factors in Alberta, Canada, using geographic information systems
S van Rheenen, TWJ Watson, S Alexander, MD Hill
Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42 (5), 299-309, 2015
132015
When all life counts in conservation
AD Wallach, E Lundgren, C Batavia, MP Nelson, E Yanco, WL Linklater, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (4), 997-1007, 2020
122020
Influence of anthropogenically modified snow conditions on wolf predatory behaviour
PC Paquet, S Alexander, S Donelon, C Callaghan
The world of wolves: New perspectives on ecology, behaviour, and management …, 2010
122010
Recognizing animal personhood in compassionate conservation
AD Wallach, C Batavia, M Bekoff, S Alexander, L Baker, D Ben‐Ami, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (5), 1097-1106, 2020
92020
Urbanization, Grassland, and Diet Influence Coyote (Canis latrans) Parasitism Structure
AG Watts, VM Lukasik, MJ Fortin, SM Alexander
EcoHealth 12 (4), 645-659, 2015
92015
Coyotes in the city. Gastro-ethical encounters in a more-than-human world
G Blue, S Alexander
Critical animal geographies: Politics, intersections and hierarchies in a …, 2015
92015
Quantifying Fragmentation of Black Howler (Alouatta pigra) Habitat after Hurricane Iris (2001), Southern Belize
SM Alexander, MSM Pavelka, NH Bywater
New Perspectives in the Study of Mesoamerican Primates, 539-560, 2006
92006
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