His primary areas of investigation include Grizzly Bears, Ecology, Ursus, Habitat and Threatened species. His studies in Grizzly Bears integrate themes in fields like Zoology, Environmental protection, Selection, Environmental resource management and Ecological trap. His study looks at the intersection of Ecology and topics like Population density with Mortality rate, Nutrient and Adaptation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as National park, Moss, Crepuscular and Wildlife in addition to Ursus. His Habitat research includes elements of Biodiversity, Common spatial pattern and Phenology. His study looks at the relationship between Threatened species and fields such as Habitat destruction, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary scientific interests are in Grizzly Bears, Ecology, Ursus, Habitat and Environmental resource management. The concepts of his Grizzly Bears study are interwoven with issues in Resource, Home range, Wildlife, Fishery and Threatened species. His study in Ecology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Population density and Selection.
His Ursus research includes themes of Zoology, Habitat destruction, Physical geography and Mark and recapture. The various areas that Gordon B. Stenhouse examines in his Habitat study include Phenology, Forestry, Vegetation, Spatial ecology and Remote sensing. His Vegetation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Forest ecology, Foothills and Disturbance.
Gordon B. Stenhouse spends much of his time researching Grizzly Bears, Ursus, Habitat, Ecology and Wildlife. His Grizzly Bears research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Population level and Cortisol level. The Ursus study combines topics in areas such as Zoology, Environmental resource management, Disturbance, Recreation and Physical geography.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Abundance and Habitat. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Selection and Ecology. Gordon B. Stenhouse has included themes like Snag, Phenology, Sampling, Fishery and Population size in his Wildlife study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ursus, Grizzly Bears, Habitat, Environmental resource management and Remote sensing. Gordon B. Stenhouse combines subjects such as Ecology, Biodiversity, Natural resource, Recreation and Foothills with his study of Ursus. In his study, Gordon B. Stenhouse carries out multidisciplinary Ecology and Wildfire suppression research.
His Grizzly Bears research incorporates themes from Forestry, Pinus contorta and Understory. His research integrates issues of Elevation, Climate change, Physical geography and Spatial ecology in his study of Habitat. His studies deal with areas such as Habitat conservation, Wildlife management, Conservation status, Threatened species and Nutritional ecology as well as Environmental resource management.
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Removing GPS collar bias in habitat selection studies
Jacqueline L. Frair;Scott E. Nielsen;Evelyn H. Merrill;Subhash R. Lele.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2004)
A habitat-based framework for grizzly bear conservation in Alberta
Scott Eric Nielsen;Gordon B. Stenhouse;Mark S. Boyce.
Biological Conservation (2006)
Seasonal and Diel Patterns of Grizzly Bear Diet and Activity in West-Central Alberta
R. H M. Munro;S. E. Nielsen;M. H. Price;G. B. Stenhouse.
Journal of Mammalogy (2006)
AN EVALUATION OF LONG-TERM CAPTURE EFFECTS IN URSIDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR WILDLIFE WELFARE AND RESEARCH
Marc Cattet;John Boulanger;Gordon Stenhouse;Roger A. Powell.
Journal of Mammalogy (2008)
Grizzly bears and forestry I: Selection of clearcuts by grizzly bears in west-central Alberta, Canada
Scott E. Nielsen;Mark S. Boyce;Gordon B. Stenhouse.
Forest Ecology and Management (2004)
Population fragmentation and inter-ecosystem movements of grizzly bears in western Canada and the northern United States
Michael F. Proctor;David Paetkau;Bruce N. Mclellan;Gordon B. Stenhouse.
Wildlife Monographs (2012)
Dynamic wildlife habitat models: Seasonal foods and mortality risk predict occupancy-abundance and habitat selection in grizzly bears
Scott E. Nielsen;Greg McDermid;Gordon B. Stenhouse;Mark S. Boyce.
Biological Conservation (2010)
Grizzly bears and forestry II. Distribution of grizzly bear foods in clearcuts of west-central Alberta, Canada
S.E. Nielsen;R.H.M. Munro;E.L. Bainbridge;G.B. Stenhouse.
Forest Ecology and Management (2004)
Hair cortisol concentration as a noninvasive measure of long-term stress in free-ranging grizzly bears (Ursus arctos): considerations with implications for other wildlife
B. J. Macbeth;M. R. L. Cattet;G. B. Stenhouse;M. L. Gibeau.
Canadian Journal of Zoology (2010)
Vehicle traffic shapes grizzly bear behaviour on a multiple‐use landscape
Joseph M. Northrup;Justin Pitt;Tyler B. Muhly;Gordon B. Stenhouse.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2012)
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