Ronald C. Ydenberg, Professor

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Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
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Ottenburghs J, Megens HJ, Kraus RHS, et al. (2017) A history of hybrids? Genomic patterns of introgression in the True Geese. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 17: 201
Ottenburghs J, Megens HJ, Kraus RH, et al. (2016) A tree of geese: A phylogenomic perspective on the evolutionary history of True Geese. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 101: 303-313
Ottenburghs J, van Hooft P, van Wieren SE, et al. (2016) Hybridization in geese: a review. Frontiers in Zoology. 13: 20
Goedbloed DJ, van Hooft P, Lutz W, et al. (2015) Increased Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae Disease Prevalence in Domestic Hybrids Among Free-Living Wild Boar. Ecohealth
Si Y, Xin Q, de Boer WF, et al. (2015) Do Arctic breeding geese track or overtake a green wave during spring migration? Scientific Reports. 5: 8749
Katinic PJ, Patterson DA, Ydenberg RC. (2015) Thermal regime, predation danger and the early marine exit of sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka. Journal of Fish Biology. 86: 276-87
St. Clair CT, Baird P, Ydenberg R, et al. (2015) Trace elements in pacific Dunlin (Calidris alpina pacifica): patterns of accumulation and concentrations in kidneys and feathers Ecotoxicology. 24: 29-44
Ottenburghs J, Ydenberg RC, Van Hooft P, et al. (2015) The Avian Hybrids Project: Gathering the scientific literature on avian hybridization Ibis. 157: 892-894
Jiménez A, Elner RW, Favaro C, et al. (2015) Intertidal biofilm distribution underpins differential tide-following behavior of two sandpiper species (Calidris mauri and Calidris alpina) during northward migration Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 155: 8-16
Xu C, Barrett J, Lank DB, et al. (2015) Large and irregular population fluctuations in migratory Pacific (Calidris alpina pacifica) and Atlantic (C. a. hudsonica) dunlins are driven by density-dependence and climatic factors Population Ecology. 57: 551-567
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