Ronald J. Brooks, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Integrative Biology University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
Life History Evolution, Herpetology
Website:
http://www.uoguelph.ca/~rjblab/index.htm
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Leivesley JA, Nancekivell EG, Brooks RJ, et al. (2022) Long-Term Resilience of Primary Sex Ratios in a Species with Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination after Decades of Climate Warming. The American Naturalist. 200: 532-543
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
Moldowan P, Brooks R, Litzgus J. (2020) Demographics of injuries indicate sexual coercion in a population of Painted Turtles (Chrysemys picta) Canadian Journal of Zoology. 98: 269-278
Mullin DI, White RC, Lentini AM, et al. (2020) Predation and disease limit population recovery following 15 years of headstarting an endangered freshwater turtle Biological Conservation. 245: 108496
Hawkshaw DM, Moldowan PD, Litzgus JD, et al. (2019) Correction to: Discovery and description of a novel sexual weapon in the world’s most widely‑studied freshwater turtle Evolutionary Ecology. 34: 147-148
Hawkshaw DM, Moldowan PD, Litzgus JD, et al. (2019) Discovery and description of a novel sexual weapon in the world’s most widely-studied freshwater turtle Evolutionary Ecology. 33: 889-900
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
Janzen FJ, Hoekstra LA, Brooks RJ, et al. (2018) Altered spring phenology of North American freshwater turtles and the importance of representative populations. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 5815-5827
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
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