DJH Sleep
DJH Sleep
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The association of small mammals with coarse woody debris at log and stand scales
JC Bowman, D Sleep, GJ Forbes, M Edwards
Forest Ecology and Management 129 (1-3), 119-124, 2000
Generation of priority research questions to inform conservation policy and management at a national level
MA Rudd, KF Beazley, SJ Cooke, E Fleishman, DE Lane, MB Mascia, ...
Conservation Biology 25 (3), 476-484, 2011
An experimental test of clutter tolerance in bats
DJH Sleep, RM Brigham
Journal of Mammalogy 84 (1), 216-224, 2003
Comment arising from a paper by Wittmer et al.: hypothesis testing for top-down and bottom-up effects in woodland caribou population dynamics
GS Brown, L Landriault, DJH Sleep, FF Mallory
Oecologia 154 (3), 485-492, 2007
Potential role of spruce budworm in range‐wide decline of Canada Warbler
DJH Sleep, MC Drever, KJ Szuba
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (4), 546-555, 2009
Statistical versus biological hypothesis testing: response to Steidl
DJH Sleep, MC Drever, TD Nudds
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (7), 2120-2121, 2007
Validation of a demographic model for woodland caribou
DJH Sleep, C Loehle
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (7), 1508-1512, 2010
A review of applications of the six-step method of systematic conservation planning
YF Wiersma, DJH Sleep
The Forestry Chronicle 92 (3), 322-335, 2016
Understanding rarity: A review of recent conceptual advances and implications for conservation of rare species
C Ronnie Drever, M C. Drever, D JH Sleep
The Forestry Chronicle 88 (2), 165-175, 2012
Guano traps as a means of assessing habitat use by foraging bats
RM Brigham, RMR Barclay, JM Psyllakis, DJH Sleep, KT Lowrey
Northwestern Naturalist, 15-18, 2002
Chaerephon nigeriae
CKR Willis, JM Psyllakis, DJH Sleep
Mammalian Species 2002 (710), 1-3, 2002
Scientific evidence for fifty percent?
YF Wiersma, DJH Sleep, KA Edwards
BioScience 67 (9), 781-782, 2017
The effect of target setting on conservation in Canada’s boreal: what is the right amount of area to protect?
YF Wiersma, DJH Sleep
Biodiversity and conservation 27 (3), 733-748, 2018
Use and application of range mapping in assessing extinction risk in Canada
C Loehle, DJH Sleep
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (3), 658-663, 2015
Niches, null models, and forest birds: Testing competing community assembly hypotheses in disturbed and undisturbed hardwood forest
AC Algar, DJH Sleep, TD Nudds
Ecoscience 12 (4), 574-580, 2005
Responses of boreal forest owls to landscape patterns originating from fire and timber harvest.
DJH Sleep
Cross‐scale effects of spruce budworm outbreaks on boreal warblers in eastern Canada
MC Drever, AC Smith, LA Venier, DJH Sleep, DA MacLean
Ecology and evolution 8 (15), 7334-7345, 2018
Model systems to elucidate minimum requirements for protected areas networks
YF Wiersma, RT McMullin, DJH Sleep
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-7, 2019
A review of the history and scientific basis of species at risk assessments in Canada
D Sleep, L Trout
NCASI, 2013
Fragmentation in the boreal forest and possible effects on terrestrial wildlife
CHR Wedeles, DJH Sleep
NCASI, 2008
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