Peer-reviewed Journal Articles


Hornseth, M.L., Pigeon K.E., MacNearney D., Larsen T., Stenhouse G., Cranston J. and L. Finnegan. 2018. Motorized activity on legacy seismic lines: A predictive modeling approach to prioritize restoration efforts. Environmental Management.


Rempel, R.S., Hornseth M.L. 2017. Binational climate change vulnerability assessment of migratory birds in the Great Lakes Region. Plos ONE.


Hornseth, M.L., Rempel R.S. 2016. Seasonal resource selection of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) across a gradient of anthropogenic disturbance. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 94(2): 79-93, 10.1139/cjz-2015-0101


Hornseth, M.L., Walpole A., Bowman J., Walton L., Fortin M.J., Ray J.C., and D.L. Murray. 2014. Habitat loss, not fragmentation, drives occurrence patterns of Canada lynx at the southern range edge. PloS One.



Selected Technical Reports


Hornseth, M.L. 2017. White-tailed Deer Population Monitoring – A Review and Assessment of Techniques. Final report prepared for Government of Manitoba. Pp 28.


Hornseth, M.L and S. Leroux. 2017. Moose activity patterns and their relationship with moose-vehicle collisions in Newfoundland. Final report prepared for Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Pp 35.


Hornseth, M.L., Chetkiewicz C.L.B., Rempel R.S., Dawson N., and J.C. Ray. 2017. Broad-scale resource selection by wolverines across northern Ontario. Unpublished report. Wildlife Conservation Society Canada. Pp 65.


Finnegan, L., MacNearney D., Pigeon K., Hornseth M., Cranston J., Viejou R., and G. Stenhouse. 2016. Analysis and restoration of seismic cutlines in southern mountain and boreal caribou range in west-central Alberta Phase 3. Final Report prepared for the Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk, 2015HSP7195, April 2016. Pp 102.


Hornseth, M.L., Downing K.G., Walton L., and D. Phoenix. 2014. Lynx in Northeastern Ontario: Habitat Suitability and Management Recommendations. Unpublished report. Northeast Science and Information Section, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.



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