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Journal Articles
Tracy S. Lee. T.S., Creech, T.G., Martinson, A., Nielsen, S.E., Jakes, A.F., Jones, P.F., Sanderson, K. & Ford, A.T. 2021. Prioritizing human safety and multispecies connectivity across a regional road network. Conservation Science & Practice 3(2): e327.
Pollock, S.Z., Whittington, J., Nielsen, S.E. & St. Clair, C.C. 2019. Spatiotemporal railway use by grizzly bears in Canada's Rocky Mountains. Journal of Wildlife Management 83(8), 1787-1799.
Wang, Y., Pedersen, J.L.M., Macdonald, S.E., Nielsen, S.E. & Zhang, J. 2019. Experimental test of assisted migration for conservation of locally range-restricted plants in Alberta, Canada. Global Ecology and Conservation 17:e00572.
Roberts, D., Ciuti, S., Barber, Q.E., Willier, C. & Nielsen, S.E. 2018. Accelerated seed dispersal along linear disturbances in the Canadian oil sands region. Scientific Reports 8:4828.
Guo, X., Coops, N.C., Gergel, S.E., Bater, C.W., Nielsen, S.E., Stadt, J.J., Drever, M. 2018. Integrating airborne lidar and satellite imagery to model habitat connectivity dynamics for spatial conservation prioritization. Landscape Ecology 33:491-511.
Proctor, M., Nielsen, S.E., Kasworm, W., Servheen, C., Radandt, T., MacHutchon, G. & Boyce, M.S. 2015. Grizzly bear connectivity mapping in the Canada-United States trans-border region. Journal of Wildlife Management 79: 544-558.
van Rensen, C.K., Nielsen, S.E., White, B., Vinge, T. & Lieffers, V.J. 2015. Natural regeneration of forest vegetation on legacy seismic lines in boreal habitats in Alberta’s oil sands region. Biological Conservation 184: 127–135.
Book Chapters
Research Reports
Lamb, C.T. 2019. Grizzly bear population dynamics across productivity and human influence gradients. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Riva, F. 2019. Responses in butterflies to loss and fragmentation of boreal forests from in situ oil sands. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Pedersen, J.L.M. 2015. Mitigating the impacts of climate change on rare plants through assisted migration. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Van Rensen, C.K. 2014. Predicting patterns of regeneration on seismic lines to inform restoration planning in boreal forest habitats. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Roberts, D. & Nielsen, S.E. 2018. Seismic lines may spread seeds. Alberta Biodiversity Conservation Chairs outreach note #8.