Her primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Natural selection, Selection, Evolutionary biology and Population growth. Her Ecology research incorporates elements of Zoology and Population size. Her research on Natural selection often connects related topics like Evolutionary dynamics.
Fanie Pelletier combines subjects such as Evolutionary physiology, Evolutionary ecology, Niche construction, Functional ecology and Data science with her study of Evolutionary dynamics. Her Selection research includes themes of Habitat, Ecosystem, Functional response, Heritability and Genetic variation. Ecology is closely connected to Eco evolutionary in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Population growth.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Zoology, Ovis canadensis, Selection and Reproduction. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Population density and Ecology. Her studies deal with areas such as Genetic structure and Foraging as well as Zoology.
Her research in Ovis canadensis intersects with topics in Bovidae, Oreamnos americanus, Animal science and Sexual dimorphism. When carried out as part of a general Selection research project, her work on Natural selection is frequently linked to work in Trait, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. In her research on the topic of Natural selection, Genetic variation and Evolutionary ecology is strongly related with Evolutionary biology.
Fanie Pelletier focuses on Ecology, Zoology, Variation, Evolutionary biology and Tachycineta bicolor. Her study in Ecology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Source–sink dynamics and Selection. She combines subjects such as Reproduction and Reproductive success with her study of Zoology.
Her Evolutionary biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Evolutionary dynamics, Functional ecology and Evolutionary physiology, Evolutionary ecology. She interconnects Natural selection and Ecology in the investigation of issues within Evolutionary dynamics. Her study looks at the intersection of Tachycineta bicolor and topics like Insectivore with Physiology.
Fanie Pelletier mainly investigates Ecology, Natural selection, Ecology, Evolutionary physiology and Evolutionary ecology. Ecology and Selection are frequently intertwined in her study. Her Ecology research incorporates elements of Spatial ecology, Keystone species, Local adaptation and Spatial variability.
Her Evolutionary physiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Evolutionary biology, Niche construction, Evolutionary dynamics, Functional ecology and Data science.
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F. Pelletier;F. Pelletier;D. Garant;A.P. Hendry.
EARLY ONSET OF VEGETATION GROWTH VS. RAPID GREEN-UP: IMPACTS ON JUVENILE MOUNTAIN UNGULATES
Nathalie Pettorelli;Fanie Pelletier;Fanie Pelletier;Achaz von Hardenberg;Marco Festa-Bianchet.
The Evolutionary Demography of Ecological Change: Linking Trait Variation and Population Growth
Fanie Pelletier;Tim Clutton-Brock;Josephine Pemberton;Shripad Tuljapurkar.
Stochastic predation events and population persistence in bighorn sheep
Marco Festa-Bianchet;Tim Coulson;Jean-Michel Gaillard;John T Hogg.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2006)
Sexual selection and social rank in bighorn rams
Fanie Pelletier;Marco Festa-Bianchet.
Animal Behaviour (2006)
Matrix models for a changeable world: the importance of transient dynamics in population management
Thomas H. G. Ezard;James M. Bullock;Harmony J. Dalgleish;Alexandre Millon.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2010)
Evidence for evolution in response to natural selection in a contemporary human population
Emmanuel Milot;Francine M. Mayer;Daniel H. Nussey;Mireille Boisvert.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Intense selective hunting leads to artificial evolution in horn size.
Gabriel Pigeon;Marco Festa‐Bianchet;David W. Coltman;Fanie Pelletier.
Evolutionary Applications (2016)
Eco-evolutionary dynamics: disentangling phenotypic, environmental and population fluctuations
Thomas H.G. Ezard;Steeve D. Côté;Fanie Pelletier;Fanie Pelletier.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2009)
Evolutionary rescue in vertebrates: evidence, applications and uncertainty
E. Vander Wal;D. Garant;M. Festa-Bianchet;F. Pelletier.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2013)
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