Paul Galpern
Paul Galpern
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary
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Climate change impacts on bumblebees converge across continents
JT Kerr, A Pindar, P Galpern, L Packer, SG Potts, SM Roberts, P Rasmont, ...
Science 349 (6244), 177-180, 2015
Patch-based graphs of landscape connectivity: a guide to construction, analysis and application for conservation
P Galpern, M Manseau, A Fall
Biological conservation 144 (1), 44-55, 2011
Automated measurement of Drosophila wings
D Houle, J Mezey, P Galpern, A Carter
BMC evolutionary biology 3 (1), 1-13, 2003
Allelematch: an R package for identifying unique multilocus genotypes where genotyping error and missing data may be present
P Galpern, M Manseau, P Hettinga, K Smith, P Wilson
Molecular ecology resources 12 (4), 771-778, 2012
Interpretation of the results of common principal components analyses
D Houle, J Mezey, P Galpern
Evolution 56 (3), 433-440, 2002
Grains of connectivity: analysis at multiple spatial scales in landscape genetics
P Galpern, M Manseau, P Wilson
Molecular Ecology 21 (16), 3996-4009, 2012
MEMGENE: Spatial pattern detection in genetic distance data
P Galpern, PR Peres‐Neto, J Polfus, M Manseau
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (10), 1116-1120, 2014
Pothole wetlands provide reservoir habitat for native bees in prairie croplands
JL Vickruck, LR Best, MP Gavin, JH Devries, P Galpern
Biological conservation 232, 43-50, 2019
Finding the functional grain: comparing methods for scaling resistance surfaces
P Galpern, M Manseau
Landscape Ecology 28 (7), 1269-1281, 2013
Assessing urban connectivity using volunteered mobile phone GPS locations
P Galpern, A Ladle, FA Uribe, B Sandalack, P Doyle-Baker
Applied Geography 93, 37-46, 2018
Geographic influences on fine-scale, hierarchical population structure in northern Canadian populations of anadromous Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus)
LN Harris, JS Moore, P Galpern, RF Tallman, EB Taylor
Environmental biology of fishes 97 (11), 1233-1252, 2014
Modelling the influence of landscape connectivity on animal distribution: a functional grain approach
P Galpern, M Manseau
Ecography 36 (9), 1004-1016, 2013
Environmental and anthropogenic drivers of connectivity patterns: a basis for prioritizing conservation efforts for threatened populations
C Gubili, S Mariani, BV Weckworth, P Galpern, AD McDevitt, ...
Evolutionary applications 10 (2), 199-211, 2017
Measuring the use of green space with urban resource selection functions: An application using smartphone GPS locations
A Ladle, P Galpern, P Doyle-Baker
Landscape and Urban Planning 179, 107-115, 2018
Reduced abundance and earlier collection of bumble bee workers under intensive cultivation of a mass‐flowering prairie crop
P Galpern, SA Johnson, JL Retzlaff, D Chang, J Swann
Ecology and evolution 7 (7), 2414-2422, 2017
Crowdsourcing (in) voluntary citizen geospatial data from google android smartphones
M Lindquist, P Galpern
J Digit Landsc Archit 1, 263-272, 2016
Landscape complexity is associated with crop yields across a large temperate grassland region
P Galpern, J Vickruck, JH Devries, MP Gavin
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 290, 106724, 2020
Partitioning drivers of spatial genetic variation for a continuously distributed population of boreal caribou: Implications for management unit delineation
P Priadka, M Manseau, T Trottier, D Hervieux, P Galpern, PD McLoughlin, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (1), 141-153, 2019
Modelling landscape connectivity for highly-mobile terrestrial animals: a continuous and scalable approach
P Galpern
University of Manitoba (Canada), 2012
The use of common principal component analysis in studies of phenotypic evolution, an example from the Drosophilidae
P Galpern
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