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Journal Articles
MacDonald, Z.G., Deane, D.C., He, F., Lamb, C.T., Sperling, F.A.H., Acorn, J.H., & Nielsen, S.E. 2021. Distinguishing effects of area per se and isolation from the sample-area effect for true islands and habitat fragments. Ecography 44:1-16.
MacDonald, Z.G., Dupuis, J.R., Davis, C.S., Acorn, J.H., Nielsen, S.E. & Sperling, F.A.H. 2020. Gene flow and climate‐associated genetic variation in a vagile habitat specialist. Molecular Ecology 29(20): 3889-3906.
Riva, F., Gentile, G., Bonelli, S., Acorn, J.H., Denes, F.V., Crosby, A.D. & Nielsen, S.E. 2020. Of detectability and camouflage: evaluating Pollard Walk rules using a common, cryptic butterfly. Ecosphere 11(4): e03101.
Dupuis, J.R., Cullingham, C.I., Nielsen, S.E. & Sperling F.A.H. 2019. Environmental effects on gene flow in a species complex of vagile, hilltopping butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, blz043.
Zhang, J., Qian, H., Girardello, M., Pellissier, V., Nielsen, S.E. & Svenning, J-C. 2018. Trophic interactions among vertebrate guilds and plants shape global patterns in species diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285:20180949.
Glasier, J.R.N., Nielsen, S.E., Acorn, J.H., Borysenko, L.H. & Radtke, T. 2016. A Checklist of Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Saskatchewan. The Canadian Field Naturalist 130: 40-48.
Teichman K.J., Nielsen S.E. & Roland J. 2013. Trophic cascades: linking ungulates to shrub-dependent birds and butterflies. Journal of Animal Ecology 82: 1288-1299.
Glasier J.R.N., Acorn J.H., Nielsen S.E. & Proctor H. 2013. Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Alberta: A key to species based primarily on the worker caste. Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification 22: 1-104.
Book Chapters
Hanser, S.E., Leu, M., Aldridge, C.L., Nielsen, S.E., Rowland, M.M. & Knick, S.T. 2011. Occurrence and abundance of ants, reptiles, and mammals. Pp. 221–314 in Hanser, S.E., Leu, M., Knick, S.T. & Aldridge, C.L. (editors), Sagebrush Ecosystem Conservation and Management: Ecoregional Assessment Tools and Models for the Wyoming Basins. Allen Press, Lawrence, KS.
Research Reports
Thesis
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.
Outreach
Riva, F., Acorn, J. & Nielsen, S.E. 2017. Low-impact holds true for butterflies. Alberta Biodiversity Conservation Chairs outreach note #1.