Publications

McPherson O.G., Friesen O.C., Selbach C., and Poulin R. (2018) Prior infections or defence priming: what determines the risk of trematode infections in amphipod hosts? Parasitology Research. doi: 10.1007/s00436-018-5885-8

 

Goellner, S., Selbach, C., and Friesen O.C. (2018) Do behavioural defence mechanisms explain different levels of trematode infections in congeneric hosts? Journal of Helminthology. doi: 10.1017/S0022149X18000299

 

Friesen O.C. Poulin R., and Lagrue, C. (2018) Parasite-mediated microhabitat segregation between congeneric hosts. Biology Letters. 14: 20170671. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2017.0671

 

Friesen O.C., Poulin R., and Lagrue, C. (2017) Differential impacts of shared parasites on fitness components among competing hosts. Ecology and Evolution. 7(13): 4682-4693. doi:10.1002/ece3.3062

 

Friesen, O.C. and Roth, J.D. (2016) Alternative prey use affects helminth parasite infections in gray wolves. Journal of Animal Ecology. 85(5): 1265–1274. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12544

 

Friesen, O.C., Roth, J.D., Graham, L.C. (2015) Sex-biased parasitism in monogamous arctic foxes is driven by diet. Journal of Mammalogy. 96(2): 417-424. doi: 10.1093/jmamma/gyv043

 

Friesen, O.C. and Roth, J.D. (2018) Parasites in sympatric arctic and red foxes related to diet, behaviour, and life history. In preparation

 

Friesen, O.C. and Hann, B. J. (2018) Rapid bioassessment protocols for detecting impacts of cottage development on boreal shield lakes using zooplankton communities. In preparation

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