Ronald J. Brooks, Ph.D.

Integrative Biology University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
Life History Evolution, Herpetology
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Denomme-Brown ST, Cottenie K, Falls JB, et al. (2020) Variation in space and time: a long-term examination of density-dependent dispersal in a woodland rodent. Oecologia
Connoy JWH, Leivesley JA, Brooks RJ, et al. (2020) Body size of ectotherms constrains thermal requirements for reproductive activity in seasonal environments. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Massey MD, Holt SM, Brooks RJ, et al. (2018) Measurement and modelling of primary sex ratios for species with temperature-dependent sex determination. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Rollinson N, Holt SM, Massey MD, et al. (2018) A new method of estimating thermal performance of embryonic development rate yields accurate prediction of embryonic age in wild reptile nests. Journal of Thermal Biology. 74: 187-194
Edge C, Rollinson N, Brooks R, et al. (2016) Phenotypic plasticity of nest timing in a post-glacial landscape: how do reptiles adapt to seasonal time constraints? Ecology
Moldowan PD, Keevil MG, Koper N, et al. (2015) Growth, Sexual Maturity, and Reproduction of a Female Midland Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta marginata) Afflicted with Kyphosis Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 14: 157-160
Armstrong DP, Brooks RJ. (2014) Estimating ages of turtles from growth data Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 13: 9-15
Lesbarrères D, Ashpole SL, Bishop CA, et al. (2014) Conservation of herpetofauna in northern landscapes: Threats and challenges from a Canadian perspective Biological Conservation. 170: 48-55
Stewart FEC, Brooks RJ, McAdam AG. (2014) Seasonal adjustment of sex ratio and offspring masculinity by female deer mice is inconsistent with the local resource competition hypothesis Evolutionary Ecology Research. 16: 153-164
Rollinson N, Edge CB, Brooks RJ. (2013) Recurrent violations of invariant rules for offspring size: evidence from turtles and the implications for small clutch size models. Oecologia. 172: 973-82
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