Sandra Hamel
Sandra Hamel
Département de biologie, Université Laval
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Individual variation in reproductive costs of reproduction: High‐quality females always do better
S Hamel, SD Côté, JM Gaillard, M Festa‐Bianchet
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (1), 143-151, 2009
Spring Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) predicts annual variation in timing of peak faecal crude protein in mountain ungulates
S Hamel, M Garel, M Festa‐Bianchet, JM Gaillard, SD Côté
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (3), 582-589, 2009
Fitness costs of reproduction depend on life speed: empirical evidence from mammalian populations
S Hamel, JM Gaillard, NG Yoccoz, A Loison, C Bonenfant, S Descamps
Ecology letters 13 (7), 915-935, 2010
Individual quality, early‐life conditions, and reproductive success in contrasted populations of large herbivores
S Hamel, JM Gaillard, M Festa-Bianchet, SD CôTE
Ecology 90 (7), 1981-1995, 2009
Towards good practice guidance in using camera‐traps in ecology: influence of sampling design on validity of ecological inferences
S Hamel, ST Killengreen, JA Henden, NE Eide, L Roed‐Eriksen, RA Ims, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (2), 105-113, 2013
Trade-offs in activity budget in an alpine ungulate: contrasting lactating and nonlactating females
S Hamel, SD Côté
Animal Behaviour 75 (1), 217-227, 2008
Maternal characteristics and environment affect the costs of reproduction in female mountain goats
S Hamel, SD Côté, M Festa-Bianchet
Ecology 91 (7), 2034-2043, 2010
Habitat use patterns in relation to escape terrain: are alpine ungulate females trading off better foraging sites for safety?
S Hamel, SD Côté
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85 (9), 933-943, 2007
Population dynamics and harvest potential of mountain goat herds in Alberta
S Hamel, SD Côté, KG Smith, M FESTA‐BIANCHET
The Journal of wildlife management 70 (4), 1044-1053, 2006
Assessing global patterns in mammalian carnivore occupancy and richness by integrating local camera trap surveys
LN Rich, CL Davis, ZJ Farris, DAW Miller, JM Tucker, S Hamel, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (8), 918-929, 2017
Foraging decisions in a capital breeder: trade-offs between mass gain and lactation
S Hamel, SD Côté
Oecologia 161 (2), 421-432, 2009
Sea trout adapt their migratory behaviour in response to high salmon lice concentrations
E Halttunen, KØ Gjelland, S Hamel, RM Serra‐Llinares, R Nilsen, ...
Journal of Fish Diseases 41 (6), 953-967, 2018
Disentangling the importance of interspecific competition, food availability, and habitat in species occupancy: recolonization of the endangered Fennoscandian arctic fox
S Hamel, ST Killengreen, JA Henden, NG Yoccoz, RA Ims
Biological conservation 160, 114-120, 2013
Ecological correlates of the spatial co‐occurrence of sympatric mammalian carnivores worldwide
CL Davis, LN Rich, ZJ Farris, MJ Kelly, MS Di Bitetti, YD Blanco, ...
Ecology Letters 21 (9), 1401-1412, 2018
The role of maternal behavior and offspring development in the survival of mountain goat kids
R Théoret-Gosselin, S Hamel, SD Côté
Oecologia 178 (1), 175-186, 2015
State-dependent migratory timing of postspawned Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
E Halttunen, JLA Jensen, TF Næsje, JG Davidsen, EB Thorstad, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70 (7), 1063-1071, 2013
Cohort variation in individual body mass dissipates with age in large herbivores
S Hamel, JM Gaillard, NG Yoccoz, S Albon, SD Cote, JM Craine, ...
Ecological Monographs 86 (4), 517-543, 2016
Do mountain goats habituate to helicopter disturbance?
SD Côté, S Hamel, A St‐Louis, J Mainguy
The Journal of wildlife management 77 (6), 1244-1244, 2013
Maternal allocation in bison: Co‐occurrence of senescence, cost of reproduction, and individual quality
S Hamel, JM Craine, EG Towne
Ecological Applications 22 (5), 1628-1639, 2012
Statistical evaluation of parameters estimating autocorrelation and individual heterogeneity in longitudinal studies
S Hamel, NG Yoccoz, JM Gaillard
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (4), 731-742, 2012
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