76Fletcher Q., J. Speakman, S.  Boutin, J. LaneA. McAdamJ. GorrellD. Coltman, and M. Humphries. 2014. Daily energy expenditure during lactation is strongly selected in a free living mammal. Functional Ecology Fletcher et al. 2014. Functional Ecology

75. McFarlane, S.E., J.Gorrell, D. Coltman, M. Humphries, S. Boutin, and A. McAdam. 2014. Very low levels of direct additive genetic variance in fitness and fitness components in a red squirrel population. Ecology and Evolution 4:1729-1738  McFarlane et al. 2014 Ecology and Evolution 

74. Boutin, S., and J. Lane 2014Climate change and mammals:evolutionary versus plastic responses.Evolutionary Applications 7:29-41 Boutin & Lane 2014. Evolutionary Applications

73. Williams CT, Lane JE, Humphries MM, McAdam AG, Boutin S. 2014. Reproductive phenology of a food-hoarding mast-seed consumer: resource- and density-dependent benefits of early breeding in red squirrels. Oecologia 174: 777-788 DOI 10.1007/s00442-013-286-1

72. LaMontagne J.M., Williams C.T., Donald J.L., Humphries M.M., McAdam A.G., Boutin S. 2013. Linking intraspecific variation in territory size, cone supply, and survival of North American red squirrels. Journal of Mammalogy 94: 1048-1058

71. Dantzer, B., A. E. M. Newman, R. Boonstra, R. Palme, S. Boutin, M. M. Humphries, and A. G. McAdam. 2013. Density triggers maternal hormones that increase adaptive offspring growth in a wild mammal.  Science 340:1215-1217. [article]

70. Fletcher Q.E., M. Landry-CuerrierS. Boutin,A.G. McAdam, J.R. Speakman, andM.M.  Humphries. 2013. Reproductive timing and reliance on hoarded capital resources by lactating red squirrels. Oecologia 173:1203-1215 DOI: 10.1007/s00442-013-2699-3

69. Boutin, S., A. McAdam, and M.M. Humphries. 2013. Anticipatory reproduction in squirrels can succeed in the absence of extra food. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 40:337-339

68. Archibald, D. W., Q. E. Fletcher, S. Boutin, A. G. McAdam, and M. M. Humphries. 2013.  Sex-specific hoarding behaviour in North American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Journal of Mammalogy 94:761-770

67. Williams, C. T., J. C. Gorrell, J. E. Lane, A. G. McAdam, M. M. Humphries, and S. Boutin. 2013. Communal nesting in an ‘asocial’ mammal: social thermoregulation among -spatially dispersed kin.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67:757-763

66. Fletcher, Q. E., Colin Selman, Stan Boutin, Andrew G. McAdam, Sarah B. Woods, Arnold Y. Seo, Christiaan Leeuwenburgh,  Rachel Sinclair, John R. Speakman, and Murray M. Humphries.  2013. Oxidative damage increases with reproductive energy expenditure and is reduced by food-supplementation. Evolution 67: 1527-1536. [article]

65. Fletcher, Q. E., Speakman, J. R., Boutin, S., McAdam, A. G., Woods, S. B. and Humphries, M. M. 2012. Seasonal stage differences overwhelm environmental and individual factors as determinants of energy expenditure in free-ranging red squirrels. Functional Ecology 26: 677–687. [article]

64. Gorrell JC, Boutin S, Raveh S, Neuhaus P, Côté SD, Coltman DW. 2012. Sexing the Sciuridae: A simple and accurate set of molecular methods to determine sex in tree squirrels, ground squirrels and marmots. Molecular Ecology Resources 12: 806-809. [article]

63. Shonfield, J., R.W. Taylor, S. Boutin, M.M. Humphries, & A. G. McAdam.  2012. Territorial defence intensity in red squirrels is influenced by local density. Behaviour, 149: 369-390. [pdf]

62. Taylor, R. W., Boon, A. K., Dantzer, B., Réale, D., Humphries, M. M., Boutin, S., Gorrell, J. C., Coltman, D. W. and McAdam, A. G. 2012. Low heritabilities, but genetic and maternal correlations between red squirrel behaviours. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25: 614–624. [article]

61. Archibald, D. W., A. G. McAdam, S. Boutin, Q. E. Fletcher, and M. M. Humphries. 2012. Within-season synchrony of a masting conifer enhances seed escape. American Naturalist 179: 536 – 544. [article]

60. Dantzer, B., S. Boutin, M. M. Humphries, and A. G. McAdam. 2012. Behavioral responses of territorial red squirrels to natural and experimental variation in population density. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 865-878. [article]

59. Dantzer, B., A. G. McAdam, R. Palme, S. Boutin, and R. Boonstra. 2011.  How does diet affect fecal steroid hormone metabolite concentrations? An experimental examination in red squirrels.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 174: 124-131. [article]

58.  Donald, J. and S. Boutin. 2011. Intraspecific cache pilferage by larder-hoarding red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Journal of Mammalogy 92: 1013-1020. [article]

57. McFarlane, S. E., J. E. Lane, R. W. Taylor, J. C. Gorrell, D. W. Coltman, M. M. Humphries, S. Boutin, and A. G. McAdam. 2011. The heritability of multiple mating in a promiscuous mammal.  Biology Letters 7: 368-371. [article]

56. Dantzer, B., A. G. McAdam, R. Palme, M. M. Humphries, S. Boutin, and R. Boonstra. 2011. Maternal androgens and behaviour in free-ranging North American red squirrels. Animal Behaviour 81: 469-479. [article]

55. Gorrell, J. C., A. G. McAdam, D. W. Coltman, M. M. Humphries, and S. Boutin. 2010. Adopting kin enhances inclusive fitness in asocial red squirrels. Nature Communications. 1: 22 doi:10.1038/ncomms1022. [article]

54. Johnson, K., R. Boonstra, and J. Wojtowicz. 2010. Hippocampal neurogenesis in food-storing rodents: the impact of age and spatial behaviour. Genes, Brains and Behavior 9: 583-591. [article]

53. Fletcher, Q. E., S. Boutin, J. E. Lane, J. M. LaMontagne, A. G. McAdam, J. R. Speakman, C. J. Krebs, and M. M. Humphries. 2010. The functional response of a hoarding seed predator to mast seeding. Ecology 91: 2673-2683. [article]

52.  Dantzer, B., A. G. McAdam, R. Palme, Q. E. Fletcher, S. Boutin, M. M. Humphries, and R. Boonstra. 2010. Fecal cortisol metabolite levels in free-ranging North American red squirrels: Assay validation and the effects of reproductive condition.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 167: 279-286. [article]

51. Larivée, M. L., S. Boutin, J. R. Speakman, A.G. McAdam, and M. M. Humphries. 2010.  Associations between over-winter survival and resting metabolic rate in juvenile North American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Functional Ecology, 24: 597-607. [article]

50. Pelech, S. A., J. N. M. Smith, and S. Boutin. 2009. A predator’s perspective of nest predation: predation by red squirrels is learned, not incidental. Oikos 119: 841-851. [article]

49. LaMontagne, J. L., and S. Boutin. 2009. Quantitative methods for defining mast-seeding years across species and studies. Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 745-753. [article]

48. Lane, J.E., S. Boutin, J.R. Speakman and M.M. Humphries. 2010. Energetic costs of reproduction to males in a scramble competition mating system. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 27-34. [article]

47. Kerr, T. and S. Descamps. 2008. Why do red squirrel mothers relocate their young? A predation-based hypothesis. Canadian Field Naturalist 122: 65-66. [article]

46. Guillemette, C. U., Q. E. Fletcher, S. Boutin, R. M. Hodges, A. G. McAdam, and M. M. Humphries. 2009. Lactating red squirrels experiencing high heat load occupy less insulated nests. Biology Letters5: 166-168. [article]

45. Descamps, S., S. Boutin, A. G. McAdam, D. Berteaux, and J.-M. Gaillard. 2009. Survival costs of reproduction vary with age in North American red squirrels. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B.  276: 1129-1135. [article]

44. Lane, J. E., Boutin, S., Gunn, M. R. & Coltman, D. W. 2009. Sexually-selected behaviour: red squirrel males search for reproductive success. Journal of Animal Ecology 78: 296-304. [article]

43. Boon, AK, Réale, D, Boutin, S. 2008. Personality, habitat use, and their consequences for survival in North American red squirrels Tamiasciurus hudsonicusOikos, 117: 1321-1328. [article]

42. McAdam, A. G. 2009. Maternal effects on evolutionary dynamics in the wild. In Maternal Effects in Mammals, D. Maestripieri and J. Mateo, Eds. University of Chicago Press.

41. Boonstra, R., J. E. Lane, S. Boutin, A. Bradley, L. Desantis, A. E. M. Newman, and K. K. Soma. 2008.  Plasma DHEA levels in wild, territorial red squirrels: Seasonal variation and effect of ACTH. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 158: 61-67. [article]

40. Descamps, S., S. Boutin, D. Berteaux, and J.-M. Gaillard. 2008. Age-specific variation in survival, reproductive success and offspring quality in red squirrels: evidence of senescence. Oikos, 117: 1406-1416. [article]

39. Lane, J.E., S. Boutin, M.R. Gunn, J. Slate and D.W. Coltman. 2008.  Female multiple mating and paternity in free-ranging North American red squirrels. Animal Behaviour, 75: 1927-1937. [article]

38. Descamps, S., S. Boutin, D. Berteaux, A. G. McAdam, J.-M. Gaillard.  2008. Cohort effects in red squirrels: the influence of density, food abundance and temperature on future survival and reproductive success. Journal of Animal Ecology 77: 305-314. [article]

37. Boon, A. K., D. Réale and S. Boutin. 2007. The interaction between personality, offspring fitness and food abundance in North American red squirrels. Ecology Letters 10: 1094-1104. [article]

36. Descamps, S., S, Boutin, D. Berteaux, and J.-M. Gaillard. 2007. Female red squirrels fit Williams’ hypothesis of increasing reproductive effort with increasing age. Journal of Animal Ecology 76: 1192-1201. [article]

35. LaMontagne, J. L. and S. Boutin. 2007. Local-scale variability and synchrony in mast seeding ofPicea glaucaJournal of Ecology 95: 991-1000. [article]

34. Kerr, T. D., S. Boutin, J. L. LaMontagne, A. G. McAdam, and M. M. Humphries. 2007. Persistent maternal effects on juvenile survival in North American red squirrels. Biology Letters, 3: 289-291. [article]

33. McAdam, A. G., S. Boutin, A. K. Sykes, and M. M. Humphries. 2007. Life histories of female red squirrels and their contributions to population growth and lifetime fitness. Écoscience 14: 362-369.[pdf]

32. Lane, J. E., S. Boutin, M.R. Gunn, J. Slate and D.W. Coltman. 2007. Genetic relatedness of mates does not predict patterns of parentage in North American red squirrels. Animal Behaviour 74: 611-619. [article]

31. Gunn, M. R., K. Hartnup, S. Boutin, J. Slate, and D. W. Coltman. 2007. A test of the efficacy of whole-genome amplification on DNA obtained from low-yield samples. Molecular Ecology Notes 7: 393-399. [article]

30. Boutin, S., L.A. Wauters, A.G. McAdam, M.M. Humphries, G. Tosi, and A.A. Dhondt. 2006. Anticipatory reproduction and population growth in seed predators. Science, 314: 1928-1930. [article]

29. Pretzlaw, T, C. Trudeau, M.M. Humphries, J.M. LaMontagne, and S. Boutin. 2006. Red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) feeding on spruce bark beetles (Dendroctonus rufipennis) in the Canadian boreal forest: energetic and ecological implications. Journal of Mammalogy 87: 909-914. [article]

28. Descamps, S., S. Boutin, D. Berteaux, and J.-M. Gaillard. 2006. Best squirrels trade a long life for an early reproduction. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 273: 2369-2374. [article]

27. Humphries, M. M., S. Boutin, D. W. Thomas, J. D. Ryan, C. Selman, A. G. McAdam, D. Berteaux, and J. R. Speakman. 2005. Expenditure freeze: the metabolic responses of small mammals to cold environments. Ecology Letters 8: 1326-1333. [article]

26. LaMontagne, J. M., S. Peters, and S. Boutin. 2005. A visual index for estimating cone production for individual white spruce trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35: 3020-3026. [article]

25. Gunn, M. R., D. A. Dawson, A. Leviston, K. Hartnup, C. S. Davis, C. Strobeck, J. Slate, and D. W. Coltman. 2005. Isolation of 18 polymorphic microsatellite loci from the North American red squirrel,Tamiasciurus hudsonicus (Sciuridae, Rodentia), and their cross-utility in other species. Molecular Ecology Notes 5: 650-653. [article]

24. Berteaux, D., D. Réale, A. G. McAdam, and S. Boutin. 2004. Keeping pace with fast climate change: Can arctic life count on evolution? Integrative and Comparative Biology 44:140-151. [article]

23. McAdam, A. G., and S. Boutin. 2004. Maternal effects and the response to selection in red squirrels. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 271:75-79. [article]

22. McAdam, A. G., and S. Boutin. 2003a. Effects of food abundance on genetic and maternal variation in the growth rate of juvenile red squirrels. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16:1249-1256. [article]

21. McAdam, A. G., and S. Boutin. 2003b. Variation in viability selection among cohorts of juvenile red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Evolution 57:1689-1697. [article]

20. Réale, D., D. Berteaux, A. G. McAdam, and S. Boutin. 2003a. Lifetime selection on heritable life-history traits in a natural population of red squirrels. Evolution 57:2416-2423. [article]

19. Réale, D., A. G. McAdam, S. Boutin, and D. Berteaux. 2003b. Genetic and plastic responses of a northern mammal to climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270:591-596. [article]

18. Anderson, E. M., and S. Boutin. 2002. Edge effects on survival and behaviour of juvenile red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Canadian Journal of Zoology 80:1038-1046. [article]

17. McAdam, A. G., S. Boutin, D. Réale, and D. Berteaux. 2002. Maternal effects and the potential for evolution in a natural population of animals. Evolution 56:846-851. [article]

16. Boonstra, R., S. Boutin, A. Byrom, T. Karels, A. Hubbs, K. Stuart-Smith, M. Blower, and S. Antpoehler. 2001. The role of red squirrels and arctic ground squirrels. In Ecosystem Dynamics of the Boreal Forest: The Kluane Project. C. J. Krebs, S. Boutin, and R. Boonstra, eds. Oxford University Press, New York.

15. Berteaux, D., and S. Boutin. 2000. Breeding dispersal in female North American red squirrels.Ecology 81:1311-1326. [article]

14. Humphries, M. M., and S. Boutin. 2000. The determinants of optimal litter size in free-ranging red squirrels. Ecology 81:2867-2877. [article]

13. Humphries, M. M., and S. Boutin. 1999. Mass-dependent reproduction or reproduction-dependent mass? A comment on body mass and first-time reproduction in female sciurids. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:171-173. [article]

12. Humphries, M. M., and S. Boutin. 1996. Reproductive demands and mass gains: A paradox in female red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Journal of Animal Ecology 65:332-338. [article]

11. Boutin, S., C. J. Krebs, R. Boonstra, M. R. T. Dale, S. J. Hannon, K. Martin, and A. R. E. Sinclair. 1995. Population-changes of the vertebrate community during a snowshoe hare cycle in Canada boreal forest. Oikos 74:69-80. [article]

10. O’Donoghue, M., and S. Boutin. 1995. Does reproductive synchrony affect juvenile survival rates of northern mammals. Oikos 74:115-121. [article]

9. Stuart-Smith, A. K., and S. Boutin. 1995a. Behavioral-differences between surviving and depredated juvenile red squirrels. Ecoscience 2:34-40. [article]

8. Stuart-Smith, A. K., and S. Boutin. 1995b. Predation on red squirrels during a snowshoe hare decline. Canadian Journal of Zoology 73:713-722. [article]

7. Stuart-Smith, A. K., and S. Boutin. 1994. Costs of escalated territorial defence in red squirrels.Canadian Journal of Zoology 72:1162-1167. [article]

6. Boutin, S., and K. W. Larsen. 1993. Does food availability affect growth and survival of males and females differently in a promiscuous small mammal, Tamiasciurus hudsonicusJournal of Animal Ecology 62:364-370. [article]

5. Boutin, S., Z. Tooze, and K. Price. 1993. Post-breeding dispersal by female red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus): the effect of local vacancies. Behavioral Ecology 4:151-155. [article]

4. Price, K., and S. Boutin. 1993. Territorial bequeathal by red squirrel mothers. Behavioral Ecology4:144-150. [article]

3. Price, K., S. Boutin, and R. Ydenberg. 1990. Intensity of territorial defense in red squirrels – an experimental test of the asymmetric war of attrition. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27: 217-222. [article]

2. Boutin, S., and S. Schweiger. 1988. Manipulation of intruder pressure in red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) – Effects on territory size and acquisition. Canadian Journal of Zoology66:2270-2274. [article]

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