Jay R. Malcolm

Affiliations: 
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Area:
Conservation Biology, Ecology
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Malcolm JR, Ray JC. (2022) Influence of Timber Extraction Routes on Central African Small-Mammal Communities, Forest Structure, and Tree Diversity. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 14: 1623-1638
Malcolm JR, Holtsmark B, Piascik PW. (2020) Forest harvesting and the carbon debt in boreal east-central Canada Climatic Change. 161: 433-449
Dennis RWJ, Malcolm JR, Smith SM, et al. (2017) Response of saproxylic insect communities to logging history, tree species, stage of decay, and wood posture in the central Nearctic boreal forest Journal of Forestry Research. 29: 1365-1377
Gompper ME, Lesmeister DB, Ray JC, et al. (2016) Differential Habitat Use or Intraguild Interactions: What Structures a Carnivore Community? Plos One. 11: e0146055
Barkley EP, Malcolm JR, Smith SM, et al. (2016) Does variable stand structure associated with multi-cohort forests support diversity of ground beetle (Coleoptera, Carabidae) communities in the central Nearctic boreal forest? Journal of Forestry Research. 1-12
Malcolm JR, Valenta K, Lehman SM. (2016) Edge effects in tropical dry forests of Madagascar: additivity or synergy? Landscape Ecology. 32: 327-341
Norghauer JM, Free CM, Landis RM, et al. (2015) Herbivores limit the population size of big-leaf mahogany trees in an Amazonian forest Oikos
Boan JJ, Malcolm JR, McLaren BE. (2014) Forest overstorey and age as habitat? Detecting the indirect and direct effects of predators in defining habitat in a harvested boreal landscape Forest Ecology and Management. 326: 101-108
Kuttner B, Malcolm JR, Smith SM. (2013) Multi-cohort stand structure in boreal forests of northeastern Ontario: Relationships with forest age, disturbance history, and deadwood features Forestry Chronicle. 89: 290-302
Boan JJ, McLaren BE, Malcolm JR. (2013) Predicting non-inventoried forest elements using forest inventory data: The case of winter forage for woodland caribou Ecoscience. 20: 101-111
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