Karen E. Hodges
The University of British Columbia
Reviews and meta-analyses
Prugh, L.R., A.R.E. Sinclair, K.E. Hodges, A.L. Jacob, and D.S. Wilcove. 2010. Reducing threats to species: threat reversibility and links to industry. Conservation Letters 3:267-276.
Prugh, L.R., K.E. Hodges, A.R.E. Sinclair, and J.S. Brashares. 2008. Effect of habitat area and isolation on fragmented animal populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105:20770-20775.
Ecological terminology and communication
Hodges, K.E. 2014. Clarity in Ecology: terminological prescription is the wrong route. Bioscience 64:373
Hodges, K.E. 2008. Concepts not terms: the author responds. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 6:179.
Hodges, K.E. 2008. Defining the problem: ecological terminology and progress in ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6: 35-42.
Cheng, E., K.E. Hodges, J.M. Ferreira, P.C. Alves, and, L.S. Mills.2014. Conservation implications of the evolutionary history and genetic diversity hotspots of the snowshoe hare. Molecular Ecology 23:2929-2942.
Hodges, K.E. 2012. Data-free speculation does not make for testable hypotheses: a reply to Ripple et al. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:561-566.
Lewis, C.W., K.E. Hodges, G.M. Koehler and L.S. Mills. 2011. Influence of stand and landscape features on snowshoe hare abundance in fragmented forests. Journal of Mammalogy 92:561-567.
Tyson, R., S. Haines, and K.E. Hodges. 2010. Modelling the Canada lynx and snowshoe hare population cycle: the role of specialist predators. Theoretical Ecology 3:97-111.
Hodges, K.E., L.S. Mills, and K.M. Murphy. 2009. Distribution and abundance of snowshoe hares in Yellowstone National Park. Journal of Mammalogy 90: 870-878.
Hodges, K.E. and L.S. Mills. 2008. Designing fecal pellet surveys for snowshoe hares. Forest Ecology and Management 256:1918-1926.
Hodges, K.E., R. Boonstra, and C.J. Krebs. 2006. Overwinter mass loss of snowshoe hares in Yukon: starvation, stress, adaptation or artefact? Journal of Animal Ecology 75:1-13.
Hodges, K.E. and A.R.E. Sinclair. 2005. Browse site selection by snowshoe hares under risk of predation. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 280-292
Mills, L.S, P.G. Griffin, K.E. Hodges, K. McKelvey, L. Ruggiero, C. Henderson, and T. Ulizio. 2005. Pellet count indices compared to mark-recapture estimates for evaluating snowshoe hare density. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:1053-1062.
Hodges, K.E. and A.R.E. Sinclair. 2003. Does predation risk cause snowshoe hares to modify their diets? Canadian Journal of Zoology 81: 1973-1985.
Ruesink, J.L., K.E. Hodges, and C.J. Krebs. 2002. Mass-balance analyses of boreal forest population cycles: merging demographic and ecosystem approaches. Ecosystems 5: 138-158. PDF
Hodges, K.E. 2001. Differential predation by coyote on snowshoe hares. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79: 1878-1884. PDF
Hodges, K.E., C.J. Krebs, D.S. Hik, C.I. Stefan, E.A. Gillis, and C.E. Doyle. 2001. Snowshoe hare demography. pp. 141-178 n Ecosystem Dynamics of the Boreal Forest: the Kluane Project, editors C.J. Krebs, S. Boutin, and R. Boonstra. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Ruesink, J.L. and K.E. Hodges. 2001. Trophic mass balance models of the Kluane boreal forest ecosystem. pp. 463-490 in Ecosystem Dynamics of the Boreal Forest: the Kluane Project, editors C.J. Krebs, S. Boutin, and R. Boonstra. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Hodges, K.E. 2000. The ecology of snowshoe hares in northern boreal forests. pp. 117-162 in Ecology and Conservation of Lynx in the United States, editors L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. PDF
Hodges, K.E. 2000. Ecology of snowshoe hares in southern boreal and montane forests. pp. 163-206 in Ecology and Conservation of Lynx in the United States, editors L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, S.W. Buskirk, G.M. Koehler, C.J. Krebs, K.S. McKelvey, and J.R. Squires. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. PDF
Reptiles and amphibians
Williams, K., K.E. Hodges, and C.A. Bishop. Phenology and Demography of Great Basin gophersnakes near the northern range edge. Herpetological Conservation and Biology in press.
Williams, K., K.E. Hodges, and C.A. Bishop. 2012. Small reserves around hibernation sites may not adequately protect mobile snakes. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90:304-312.
da Silva, A.G., K.E. Williams, S.L. Kirk, C.A. Bishop, K.E. Hodges, and M.A. Russello. 2010. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in two species-at-risk in British Columbia: Great Basin spadefoot (Spea intermontana) and Western painted turtle (Chrysemys picta bellii) Conservation Genetics Resources 2: 37-40.
Gieselman, T.M., K.E. Hodges, and M. Vellend. 2013. Human-induced edges alter grassland community composition. Biological Conservation 158: 384–392.
Conservation: management and policy
Hodges, K.E. and J. Elder. 2008. Critical habitat designation under the ESA: court-ordered designations use more criteria. Biological Conservation 141:2662-2668.
Hagen, A.N. and K.E. Hodges. 2006. Resolving critical habitat designation failures: can we reconcile law, policy, and biology? Conservation Biology 20:399-407.
Last reviewed 7/18/2014 1:09:17 PM