Christine L Madliger
Christine L Madliger
Department of Biology, Algoma University, Ontario, Canada
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The need for a predictive, context‐dependent approach to the application of stress hormones in conservation
CL Madliger, OP Love
Conservation Biology 28 (1), 283-287, 2014
The conservation physiology toolbox: status and opportunities
C Madliger, O Love, K Hultine, S Cooke
Conservation Physiology 6 (1), coy029, 2018
Success stories and emerging themes in conservation physiology
CL Madliger, SJ Cooke, EJ Crespi, JL Funk, KR Hultine, KE Hunt, ...
Conservation Physiology 4 (1), 2016
Evidence for baseline glucocorticoids as mediators of reproductive investment in a wild bird
OP Love, CL Madliger, S Bourgeon, CAD Semeniuk, TD Williams
General and comparative endocrinology 199, 65-69, 2014
Effectiveness of baseline corticosterone as a monitoring tool for fitness: a meta-analysis in seabirds
GH Sorenson, CJ Dey, CL Madliger, OP Love
Oecologia 183, 353-365, 2017
Assessing baseline stress physiology as an integrator of environmental quality in a wild avian population: Implications for use as a conservation biomarker
CL Madliger, CAD Semeniuk, CM Harris, OP Love
Biological Conservation 192, 409-417, 2015
The power of physiology in changing landscapes: considerations for the continued integration of conservation and physiology
CL Madliger, OP Love
Integrative and comparative biology 55 (4), 545-553, 2015
Scaling from individual physiological measures to population-level demographic change: Case studies and future directions for conservation management
JN Bergman, JR Bennett, AD Binley, SJ Cooke, V Fyson, BL Hlina, ...
Biological Conservation 238, 108242, 2019
One hundred research questions in conservation physiology for generating actionable evidence to inform conservation policy and practice
SJ Cooke, JN Bergman, CL Madliger, RL Cramp, J Beardall, G Burness, ...
Conservation Physiology 9 (1), coab009, 2021
An evaluation of feather corticosterone as a biomarker of fitness and an ecologically relevant stressor during breeding in the wild
CM Harris, CL Madliger, OP Love
Oecologia 183 (4), 987-996, 2017
Temporal overlap and repeatability of feather corticosterone levels: practical considerations for use as a biomarker
CM Harris, CL Madliger, OP Love
Conservation physiology 4 (1), 2016
Toward improved conservation management: a consideration of sensory ecology
CL Madliger
Biodiversity and Conservation 21, 3277-3286, 2012
Reframing conservation physiology to be more inclusive, integrative, relevant and forward-looking: reflections and a horizon scan
SJ Cooke, CL Madliger, RL Cramp, J Beardall, G Burness, SL Chown, ...
Conservation Physiology 8 (1), coaa016, 2020
Do baseline glucocorticoids simultaneously represent fitness and environmental quality in a declining aerial insectivore?
CL Madliger, OP Love
Oikos 125 (12), 1824-1837, 2016
Conservation physiology and the quest for a ‘good’Anthropocene
CL Madliger, CE Franklin, KR Hultine, M van Kleunen, RJ Lennox, ...
Conservation Physiology 5 (1), cox003, 2017
Exploiting common senses: sensory ecology meets wildlife conservation and management
LK Elmer, CL Madliger, DT Blumstein, CK Elvidge, E Fernández-Juricic, ...
Conservation Physiology 9 (1), coab002, 2021
Employing individual measures of baseline glucocorticoids as population-level conservation biomarkers: considering within-individual variation in a breeding passerine
CL Madliger, OP Love
Conservation Physiology 4 (1), cow048, 2016
Conservation Physiology: Applications for Wildlife Conservation and Management
CL Madliger, CE Franklin, OP Love, SJ Cooke
Oxford University Press, USA, 2020
Conservation implications of a lack of relationship between baseline glucocorticoids and fitness in a wild passerine
CL Madliger, OP Love
Ecological Applications 26 (8), 2732-2745, 2016
On the relevance of animal behavior to the management and conservation of fishes and fisheries
SJ Cooke, HL Auld, K Birnie-Gauvin, CK Elvidge, ML Piczak, ...
Environmental Biology of Fishes, 1-26, 2022
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