Wolverines Boreal

Modelling broad‐scale wolverine occupancy in a remote boreal region using multi‐year aerial survey data

Ray, Justina, C.;Poley, Lucy G.;Magoun, Audrey J.;Chetkiewicz, Cheryl‐Lesley B.;Southee, Meg F.;Dawson, Neil F.;Chenier, Chris


Recommended citation

Ray, Justina, C.;Poley, Lucy G.;Magoun, Audrey J.;Chetkiewicz, Cheryl‐Lesley B.;Southee, Meg F.;Dawson, Neil F.;Chenier, Chris (2018). Modelling broad‐scale wolverine occupancy in a remote boreal region using multi‐year aerial survey data. Journal of Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13240

Justina Ray

Justina Ray

President & Senior Scientist

Cheryl Chetkiewicz

Cheryl Chetkiewicz

Director, Indigenous Communities and Conservation

Lucy Poley

Lucy Poley

Canada KBA Ecosystems Criteria Coordinator

Meg Southee

Meg Southee

Lead Geospatial Analyst/Programmer

Identifying key wolverine habitat

Identifying key wolverine habitat

We're surveying wolverine populations in northern Ontario to create a clearer picture of where wolverine are – and aren’t.

Northern Boreal Mountains

Northern Boreal Mountains

Running from northern British Columbia into southern Yukon, the Northern Boreal Mountains area is a magnificent rugged and remote region with remarkably diverse ecosystems.

Ontario Northern Boreal

Ontario Northern Boreal

We are making the case for bigger-picture planning for the Ontario Northern Boreal.