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Edward J. Gregr
Edward J. Gregr
SciTech Consulting; University of British Columbia
Verified email at scitechconsulting.com
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Outstanding challenges in the transferability of ecological models
KL Yates, PJ Bouchet, MJ Caley, K Mengersen, CF Randin, S Parnell, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (10), 790-802, 2018
5082018
Predictions of critical habitat for five whale species in the waters of coastal British Columbia
EJ Gregr, AW Trites
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (7), 1265-1285, 2001
2362001
Levers and leverage points for pathways to sustainability
KMA Chan, DR Boyd, RK Gould, J Jetzkowitz, J Liu, B Muraca, R Naidoo, ...
People and Nature 2 (3), 693-717, 2020
2322020
Bottom‐up forcing and the decline of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in Alaska: assessing the ocean climate hypothesis
AW Trites, AJ Miller, HDG Maschner, MA Alexander, SJ Bograd, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 16 (1), 46-67, 2007
2042007
Sensitivity and vulnerability in marine environments: an approach to identifying vulnerable marine areas
MA Zacharias, EJ Gregr
Conservation Biology 19 (1), 86-97, 2005
1672005
Coastal and Indigenous community access to marine resources and the ocean: A policy imperative for Canada
NJ Bennett, M Kaplan-Hallam, G Augustine, N Ban, D Belhabib, ...
Marine Policy 87, 186-193, 2018
1452018
A function-based typology for Earth’s ecosystems
DA Keith, JR Ferrer-Paris, E Nicholson, MJ Bishop, BA Polidoro, ...
Nature 610 (7932), 513-518, 2022
1242022
MIGRATION AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF NORTHEASTERN PACIFIC WHALES OFF COASTAL BRITISH COLUMBIA: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL WHALING RECORDS FROM 1908‐1967
EJ Gregr, L Nichol, JKB Ford, G Ellis, AW Trites
Marine Mammal Science 16 (4), 699-727, 2000
1212000
Diets of fin, sei, and sperm whales in British Columbia: an analysis of commercial whaling records, 1963–1967
RD Flinn, AW Trites, EJ Gregr, RI Perry
Marine Mammal Science 18 (3), 663-679, 2002
1122002
Killer whales, whaling, and sequential megafaunal collapse in the North Pacific: a comparative analysis of the dynamics of marine mammals in Alaska and British Columbia …
AW Trites, VB Deecke, EJ Gregr, JKB Ford, PF Olesiuk
Marine mammal science 23 (4), 751-765, 2007
952007
Cascading social-ecological costs and benefits triggered by a recovering keystone predator
EJ Gregr, V Christensen, L Nichol, RG Martone, RW Markel, JC Watson, ...
Science 368 (6496), 1243-1247, 2020
922020
Beyond correlation: integrating environmentally and behaviourally mediated processes in models of marine mammal distributions
DM Palacios, MF Baumgartner, KL Laidre, EJ Gregr
Endangered Species Research 22 (3), 191-203, 2013
862013
Debunking trickle-down ecosystem services: the fallacy of omnipotent, homogeneous beneficiaries
R Wieland, S Ravensbergen, EJ Gregr, T Satterfield, KMA Chan
Ecological Economics 121, 175-180, 2016
852016
Spatial distribution of marine invasive species: environmental, demographic and vector drivers
C Clarke Murray, H Gartner, EJ Gregr, K Chan, E Pakhomov, ...
Diversity and Distributions 20 (7), 824-836, 2014
822014
Estimating carrying capacity for sea otters in British Columbia
EJ Gregr, LM Nichol, JC Watson, JKB Ford, GM Ellis
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (2), 382-388, 2008
612008
Adaptive classification of marine ecosystems: identifying biologically meaningful regions in the marine environment
EJ Gregr, KM Bodtker
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 54 (3), 385-402, 2007
552007
Marine mammal habitat models come of age: the emergence of ecological and management relevance
EJ Gregr, MF Baumgartner, KL Laidre, DM Palacios
Endangered Species Research 22 (3), 205-212, 2013
542013
Representing mediating effects and species reintroductions in Ecopath with Ecosim
MJ Espinosa-Romero, EJ Gregr, C Walters, V Christensen, KMA Chan
Ecological Modelling 222 (9), 1569-1579, 2011
492011
Reconciling classifications of ecologically and biologically significant areas in the world’s oceans
EJ Gregr, AL Ahrens, RI Perry
Marine Policy 36 (3), 716-726, 2012
462012
Leaps of faith: how implicit assumptions compromise the utility of ecosystem models for decision-making
EJ Gregr, KMA Chan
Bioscience 65 (1), 43-54, 2015
442015
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