The following are examples of HCTF-funded projects whose results were incorporated into peer-reviewed journal articles.

  • Phylogeography of moose in western North America

    DeCesare, Weckworth, Pilgrim, Walker, Bergman, Colson, Corrigan, Harris, Hebblewhite, Jesmer, Newby, Smith, Tether, Thomas and Schwartz

    Journal of Mammalogy 101(1): 10–23. 2019

    HCTF Project #0-478

  • Conservation of Threatened Canada-USA Trans-border Grizzly Bears Linked to Comprehensive Conflict Reduction

    Proctor, Kasworm, Annis, MacHutchon, Teisberg, Radandt, and Servheen
    Human–Wildlife Interactions: Vol. 12 : Iss. 3 , Article 6. 2018

  • Nest Habitat Selection of Western Screech-Owls at Multiple Spatial Scales in Southeast British Columbia

    Hausleitner, Dulisse, Manley and Waterhouse
    Journal of Ecosystems & Management Vol 17, No 1: 1-8, 2017
    HCTF Project #4-457

  • Mammalian responses to windrows of woody debris on clearcuts: Abundance and diversity of forest-floor small mammals and presence of small mustelids

    Sullivan, Sullivan and Sullivan
    Forest Ecology and Management 399: 143-154, 2017
    HCTF Project #4-496

  • Seasonal and Sex-Biased Survival of Adult Interior Western Screech-Owls (Megascops kennicottii macfarlanei) in Southeast British Columbia

    Hausleitner, Dulisse and Manley
    Northwestern Naturalist 96: 205-211, 2015
    HCTF Project # 4-457

  • Characterizing Moose–Vehicle Collision Hotspots in Northern British Columbia

    Rea, Johnson and Emmons
    Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, 5(1):46-58, 2014
    HCTF Project # 7-343

  • Angler Characteristics and Management Implications in a Large, Multistock, Spatially Structured Recreational Fishery

    Ward, Quinn and Post
    North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:576–584, 2013
    HCTF Project # 3-262

  • A Mechanistic Understanding of Hyperstability In Catch Per Unit Effort And Density-Dependent Catchability In A Multistock Recreational Fishery

    Ward, Askey and Post
    Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70: 1542–1550, 2013
    HCTF Project # 3-262

  • The Signal Crayfish Is Not A Single Species: Cryptic Diversity And Invasions In The Pacific Northwest Range Of Pacifastacus Leniusculus

    Larson et al
    Freshwater Biology (2012) 57, 1823–1838, 2012
    HCTF Project 0-386

  • Introduced Species Dominate the Diet of Breeding Urban Cooper’s Hawks in British Columbia

    Cava, Stewart and Rosenfield
    The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 124(4):775-782, 2012
    HCTF Project # 1-134

  • Longevity and Reuse of Black Bear Dens in Managed Forests of Coastal British Columbia

    Davis et al
    The Journal of Wildlife Management 9999:1–5, 2011
    HCTF Project 1-501

  • The Use Of Digital Photos To Assess Visual Cover For Wildlife In Rangelands

    Carlyle et al
    Journal of Environmental Management, 2010
    HCTF Project 0-398

  • The Bioclimatic Envelope Of The Wolverine (Gulo Gulo): Do Climatic Constraints Limit Its Geographic Distribution?

    Copeland et al
    Canadian Journal of Zoology 88: 233-246, 2010
    HCTF Project 2-348

  • Effectiveness of Night Snorkeling for Estimating Steelhead Parr Abundance in a Large River Basin

    Hagen et al
    North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30:1303–1314, 2010
    HCTF Project # 3-112

  • Mineral Lick Use by GPS Radio-Collared Mountain Goats in Southeastern British Columbia

    Poole, Bachman and Teske
    Western North American Naturalist 70(2): 208–217, 2010
    HCTF Project # 4-421

  • Fisher Wildlife Habitat Decision Aid

    Richard D. Weir and Pedro Lara Almuedo
    BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management, 10(3):35–41, 2009
    HCTF Project 0-365

  • Comparative Morphology of Northern Populations of Breeding Cooper’s Hawks

    Rosenfield et al
    The Condor 112(2):347–355, 2009
    HCTF Project # 1-134