John P. Whiteman
John P. Whiteman
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Old Dominion University
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The subnivium: a deteriorating seasonal refugium
JN Pauli, B Zuckerberg, JP Whiteman, W Porter
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (5), 260-267, 2013
A guide to using compound-specific stable isotope analysis to study the fates of molecules in organisms and ecosystems
JP Whiteman, EA Elliott Smith, AC Besser, SD Newsome
Diversity 11 (1), 8, 2019
Consequences of long-distance swimming and travel over deep-water pack ice for a female polar bear during a year of extreme sea ice retreat
GM Durner, JP Whiteman, HJ Harlow, SC Amstrup, EV Regehr, ...
Polar Biology 34, 975-984, 2011
Defining noninvasive approaches for sampling of vertebrates
JN Pauli, JP Whiteman, MD Riley, AD Middleton
Conservation Biology 24 (1), 349-352, 2010
Summer declines in activity and body temperature offer polar bears limited energy savings
JP Whiteman, HJ Harlow, GM Durner, R Anderson-Sprecher, SE Albeke, ...
Science 349 (6245), 295-298, 2015
Seasonal changes in leaf antioxidant systems and xanthophyll cycle characteristics in Taxus x media growing in sun and shade environments
AS Verhoeven, A Swanberg, M Thao, J Whiteman
Physiologia Plantarum 123 (4), 428-434, 2005
Increased Arctic sea ice drift alters adult female polar bear movements and energetics
GM Durner, DC Douglas, SE Albeke, JP Whiteman, SC Amstrup, ...
Global change biology 23 (9), 3460-3473, 2017
Fasting affects amino acid nitrogen isotope values: a new tool for identifying nitrogen balance of free-ranging mammals
N Lübcker, JP Whiteman, RP Millar, PJN de Bruyn, SD Newsome
Oecologia 193, 53-65, 2020
Amino acid isotope discrimination factors for a carnivore: Physiological insights from leopard sharks and their diet
JP Whiteman, SL Kim, KW McMahon, PL Koch, SD Newsome
Oecologia 188, 977-989, 2018
Lipid and amino acid composition influence incorporation and discrimination of 13C and 15N in mink
M Ben-David, SD Newsome, JP Whiteman
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 399-412, 2012
Phenotypic plasticity and climate change: can polar bears respond to longer Arctic summers with an adaptive fast?
JP Whiteman, HJ Harlow, GM Durner, EV Regehr, SC Amstrup, ...
Oecologia 186, 369-381, 2018
DNA-based approach to aging martens (Martes americana and M. caurina)
JN Pauli, JP Whiteman, BG Marcot, TM McClean, M Ben-David
Journal of Mammalogy 92 (3), 500-510, 2011
Heightened immune system function in polar bears using terrestrial habitats
JP Whiteman, HJ Harlow, GM Durner, EV Regehr, SC Amstrup, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 92 (1), 1-11, 2019
Quantifying capital versus income breeding: New promise with stable isotope measurements of individual amino acids
JP Whiteman, SD Newsome, P Bustamante, Y Cherel, KA Hobson
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (6), 1408-1418, 2021
The relationship between dietary protein content, body condition, and Δ15N in a mammalian omnivore
KL Hughes, JP Whiteman, SD Newsome
Oecologia 186, 357-367, 2018
Footload influences wildlife use of compacted trails in the snow
JP Whiteman, SW Buskirk
Wildlife Biology 19 (2), 156-164, 2013
Carbon isotopes in exhaled breath track metabolic substrates in brown bears (Ursus arctos)
JP Whiteman, KA Greller, HJ Harlow, LA Felicetti, KD Rode, M Ben-David
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 413-421, 2012
Relating Δ17O Values of Animal Body Water to Exogenous Water Inputs and Metabolism
JP Whiteman, ZD Sharp, AR Gerson, SD Newsome
BioScience 69 (8), 658-668, 2019
Polar bears experience skeletal muscle atrophy in response to food deprivation and reduced activity in winter and summer
JP Whiteman, HJ Harlow, GM Durner, EV Regehr, BC Rourke, M Robles, ...
Conservation physiology 5 (1), cox049, 2017
Dietary protein content and digestibility influences discrimination of amino acid nitrogen isotope values in a terrestrial omnivorous mammal
JP Whiteman, M Rodriguez Curras, KL Feeser, SD Newsome
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 35 (11), e9073, 2021
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