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Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

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Warret Rodrigues, C., J.D. Roth. 2023. Coexistence of two sympatric predators in a transitional ecosystem under constraining environmental conditions: a perspective from space and habitat use. Movement Ecology 11:60 [PDF]  [link]


Johnson-Bice, S.M., T.D. Gable, J.D. Roth, J.K. Bump. 2023. Patchy indirect effects of predation: predators contribute to landscape heterogeneity and ecosystem function via localized pathways. Oikos 2023:e10065 [PDF]  [link]


Warret Rodrigues, C., D. Armstrong, F. Wang, J.D. Roth. 2023. Tissue composition and storage duration affect the usefulness of generic wet-to-dry mass conversion factors in toxicology studies. Environmental Research 236:116727 [PDF]  [link]


Verstege, J.S., S.M. Johnson-Bice, J.D. Roth. 2023. Arctic and red fox population responses to climate and cryosphere changes at the Arctic’s edge. Oecologia 202:589-599 [PDF]  [link]


Johnson-Bice, S.M., J.D. Roth, J.H. Markham. 2023. A cosmic view of ‘tundra gardens’: satellite imagery provides a landscape-scale perspective of Arctic fox ecosystem engineering. Ecosystems 26:1670-1684 [PDF]  [link]


Warret Rodrigues, C., J.D. Roth. 2023. Feast to famine: sympatric predators respond differently to seasonal prey scarcity on the low-Arctic tundra. Ecology and Evolution 13:e9951 [PDF]  [link]


Moizan, A., C. Warret Rodrigues, J.D. Roth. 2023. Different selection criteria may relax competition for denning sites between sympatric predators on the low-Arctic tundra. Polar Biology 46:199-213 [PDF]  [link]


Kucheravy, C., J.D. Roth, J.M. Waterman. 2022. Whisker spots on polar bears reveal increasing fluctuating asymmetry. Mammalian Biology 102:1537-1546 [PDF]  [link]


Lang, J.A., J.D. Roth, J.C. Tardif, J.H. Markham. 2022. Red foxes enhance long-term tree growth near the Arctic treeline. Ecosphere 13:e4236. [PDF]  [link]


Zhao, S-T, S.M. Johnson-Bice, J.D. Roth. 2022. Foxes engineer hotspots of wildlife activity on the nutrient-limited Arctic tundra. Global Ecology and Conservation 40:e02310. [PDF]  [link]


Bouchard, É., R. Sharma, A. Hernández-Ortiz, K. Buhler, A. Batol, C. Su, H. Fenton, G.G. Gouin, J.D. Roth, C. Warret Rodrigues, C. Pamak, A. Simon, N. Bachand, P. Leighton, E. Jenkins. 2022. Are foxes (Vulpes spp.) good sentinel species for Toxoplasma gondii in northern Canada? Parasites & Vectors 15:115. [PDF]  [link]


Clark, D., A.F. Barnas, R.K. Brook, S.N. Ellis-Felege, L.A. Fishback, J.W. Higdon, K. Manning, D. Rivet, J.D. Roth, V. Trim, M. Webb, R. Rockwell. 2022. The state of knowledge about grizzly bears (Kakenokuskwe osow Muskwa (Cree), Ursus arctos L.) in northern Manitoba. Arctic 75:105-120. [PDF]  [link]


Dudenhoeffer, M., J.D. Roth, L.K. Johnson, S.D. Petersen. 2021. Arctic fox winter dietary response to damped lemming cycles estimated from fecal DNA. Journal of Mammalogy 102:1455-1465. [PDF]  [link]


Barrio, I.C., D. Ehrich, E.M. Soininen ... J.D. Roth ... I.S. Jónsdóttir. 2021. Developing common protocols to measure tundra herbivory across spatial scales. Arctic Science 8:638-679. [PDF]  [link]


Lang, J.A., J.D. Roth, and J.H. Markham. 2021. Foxes fertilize the subarctic forest and modify vegetation through denning. Scientific Reports 11: 3031. [PDF]  [link]


Kucheravy, C.E., J.D. Roth, and J.H. Markham. 2021. Red foxes increase reproductive output of white spruce in a non-mast year. Basic and Applied Ecology 51:11-19. [PDF]  [link]


Ehrich, D., N.M. Schmidt, G. Gauthier ... J.D. Roth ... D. V. Solovyeva. 2020. Documenting lemming population change in the Arctic: Can we detect trends? AMBIO 49:786-800. [PDF]  [link]


Fafard, P.M., J.D. Roth, and J.H. Markham. 2020. Nutrient deposition on Arctic fox dens creates atypical tundra plant assemblages at the edge of the Arctic. Journal of Vegetation Science 31:173–179. [PDF]  [link]


Gharajehdaghipour, T., and J.D. Roth. 2018. Predators attract prey through ecosystem engineering in the Arctic. Ecosphere 9:e02077. [PDF]  [link]

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McDonald, R.S., J.D. Roth, and W.G. Anderson. 2018. Prey cortisol affects the usefulness of fecal glucocorticoid metabolite concentration as an indicator of stress in a carnivore. Canadian Journal of Zoology 96:367–371. [PDF]  [link]


McDonald, R.S., J.D. Roth, and F.B. Baldwin. 2017. Goose persistence in fall strongly influences Arctic fox diet, but not reproductive success, in the southern Arctic. Polar Research 36:sup1:5. [PDF]  [link]


Berteaux, D., A.-M. Thierry ... J.D. Roth ... P.A. White. 2017. Harmonizing circumpolar monitoring of Arctic fox: benefits, opportunities, challenges and recommendations. Polar Research 36:sup1:2. [PDF]  [link]


Gharajehdaghipour, T., J.D. Roth, P.M. Fafard, and J.H. Markham. 2016. Arctic foxes as ecosystem engineers: increased soil nutrients lead to increased plant productivity on fox dens. Scientific Reports 6:24020. [PDF]  [link]


Friesen, O.C., J.D. Roth, and L.C. Graham. 2015. Sex-biased parasitism in monogamous arctic foxes is driven by diet. Journal of Mammalogy 96:417–424. [PDF]  [link]


Ewacha, M.V.A., J.D. Roth, R.K. Brook. 2014. Vegetation structure and composition determine snowshoe hare activity at arctic tree line. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92(9):789-794. [PDF]  [link]

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Roth, J.D. 2003. Variability in marine resources affects arctic fox population dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology 72:668–676. [PDF]  [link]


Roth, J.D. 2002. Temporal variability in arctic fox diet as reflected in stable-carbon isotopes; the importance of sea ice. Oecologia 133:70–77. [PDF]  [link]


Roth, J.D., and K.A. Hobson. 2000. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic fractionation between diet and tissue of captive red fox: implications for dietary reconstruction. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:848–852. [PDF]  [link]

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