John D. Reynolds, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Simon Fraser University Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
aquatic conservation, fisheries, salmon, ecosystem
Website:
http://johnreynolds.org/
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Oke KB, Cunningham CJ, Westley PAH, et al. (2020) Recent declines in salmon body size impact ecosystems and fisheries. Nature Communications. 11: 4155
Walsh JC, Pendray JE, Godwin SC, et al. (2020) Relationships between Pacific salmon and aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems: implications for ecosystem-based management. Ecology. e03060
Obrist DS, Hanly PJ, Kennedy JC, et al. (2020) Marine subsidies mediate patterns in avian island biogeography. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20200108
Muñoz NJ, Reynolds JD, Moore JW, et al. (2019) Salmon in clear and present danger. Science (New York, N.Y.). 366: 582
Artelle KA, Reynolds JD, Treves A, et al. (2018) Working constructively toward an improved North American approach to wildlife management. Science Advances. 4: eaav2571
Artelle KA, Reynolds JD, Treves A, et al. (2018) Hallmarks of science missing from North American wildlife management. Science Advances. 4: eaao0167
Weir LK, Kindsvater HK, Young KA, et al. (2016) Sneaker Males Affect Fighter Male Body Size and Sexual Size Dimorphism in Salmon. The American Naturalist. 188: 264-271
Artelle KA, Anderson SC, Reynolds JD, et al. (2016) Ecology of conflict: marine food supply affects human-wildlife interactions on land. Scientific Reports. 6: 25936
Kindsvater HK, Braun DC, Otto SP, et al. (2016) Costs of reproduction can explain the correlated evolution of semelparity and egg size: theory and a test with salmon. Ecology Letters
Hurteau LA, Mooers AØ, Reynolds JD, et al. (2016) Salmon nutrients are associated with the phylogenetic dispersion of riparian flowering-plant assemblages. Ecology. 97: 450-60
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