Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau
Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau
Assistant professor, Southern Illinois University
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Foraging strategies by omnivores: are black bears actively searching for ungulate neonates or are they simply opportunistic predators?
G Bastille‐Rousseau, D Fortin, C Dussault, R Courtois, JP Ouellet
Ecography 34 (4), 588-596, 2011
Plastic response of fearful prey to the spatiotemporal dynamics of predator distribution
M Basille, D Fortin, C Dussault, G Bastille-Rousseau, JP Ouellet, ...
Ecology 96 (10), 2622-2631, 2015
Predicting local and non‐local effects of resources on animal space use using a mechanistic step selection model
JR Potts, G Bastille‐Rousseau, DL Murray, JA Schaefer, MA Lewis
Methods in ecology and evolution 5 (3), 253-262, 2014
Flexible characterization of animal movement pattern using net squared displacement and a latent state model
G Bastille-Rousseau, JR Potts, CB Yackulic, JL Frair, EH Ellington, ...
Movement ecology 4, 1-12, 2016
Behavioural valuation of landscapes using movement data
G Wittemyer, JM Northrup, G Bastille-Rousseau
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1781), 20180046, 2019
Using multiple imputation to estimate missing data in meta‐regression
EH Ellington, G Bastille‐Rousseau, C Austin, KN Landolt, BA Pond, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (2), 153-163, 2015
Unveiling trade‐offs in resource selection of migratory caribou using a mechanistic movement model of availability
G Bastille‐Rousseau, JR Potts, JA Schaefer, MA Lewis, EH Ellington, ...
Ecography 38 (10), 1049-1059, 2015
Climate change increases predation risk for a keystone species of the boreal forest
MJL Peers, YN Majchrzak, AK Menzies, EK Studd, G Bastille-Rousseau, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (12), 1149-1153, 2020
Leveraging multidimensional heterogeneity in resource selection to define movement tactics of animals
G Bastille‐Rousseau, G Wittemyer
Ecology Letters 22 (9), 1417-1427, 2019
Phase‐dependent climate–predator interactions explain three decades of variation in neonatal caribou survival
G Bastille‐Rousseau, JA Schaefer, KP Lewis, MA Mumma, EH Ellington, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (2), 445-456, 2016
Inference from habitat‐selection analysis depends on foraging strategies
G Bastille‐Rousseau, D Fortin, C Dussault
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (6), 1157-1163, 2010
Climate change can alter predator–prey dynamics and population viability of prey
G Bastille-Rousseau, JA Schaefer, MJL Peers, EH Ellington, MA Mumma, ...
Oecologia 186, 141-150, 2018
Animal movement in the absence of predation: environmental drivers of movement strategies in a partial migration system
G Bastille‐Rousseau, JP Gibbs, CB Yackulic, JL Frair, F Cabrera, ...
Oikos 126 (7), 1004-1019, 2017
Spatial scales of habitat selection decisions: Implications for telemetry‐based movement modelling
G Bastille‐Rousseau, DL Murray, JA Schaefer, MA Lewis, SP Mahoney, ...
Ecography 41 (3), 437-443, 2018
Temporal variation in habitat use, co-occurrence, and risk among generalist predators and a shared prey
G Bastille-Rousseau, ND Rayl, EH Ellington, JA Schaefer, MJL Peers, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 94 (3), 191-198, 2016
Applying network theory to animal movements to identify properties of landscape space use
G Bastille‐Rousseau, I Douglas‐Hamilton, S Blake, JM Northrup, ...
Ecological Applications 28 (3), 854-864, 2018
The effectiveness of hazing African lions as a conflict mitigation tool: implications for carnivore management
LS Petracca, JL Frair, G Bastille‐Rousseau, JE Hunt, DW Macdonald, ...
Ecosphere 10 (12), e02967, 2019
Population decline in semi-migratory caribou (Rangifer tarandus): intrinsic or extrinsic drivers?
G Bastille-Rousseau, JA Schaefer, SP Mahoney, DL Murray
Canadian Journal of Zoology 91 (11), 820-828, 2013
The evolution of peer review as a basis for scientific publication: directional selection towards a robust discipline?
C Ferreira, G Bastille‐Rousseau, AM Bennett, EH Ellington, C Terwissen, ...
Biological Reviews 91 (3), 597-610, 2016
Landscape‐scale habitat response of African elephants shows strong selection for foraging opportunities in a human dominated ecosystem
G Bastille‐Rousseau, J Wall, I Douglas‐Hamilton, B Lesowapir, B Loloju, ...
Ecography 43 (1), 149-160, 2020
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