Understanding and sharing our knowledge of the land is central to all conservation efforts.
The research projects presented on this site are collaborative efforts between federal, provincial and territorial governments, universities, Aboriginal groups, industries and communities. The site showcases a number of projects and gives the research team access to key documents and research tools.
- Taylor, R., R. Horn, X. Zhang, G. Golding, M. Manseau, P. Wilson. 2019.. The Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) Genome. Genes, 10, 540; doi.org/10.3390/genes10070540 – Visit www.caribougenome.ca
- Thompson, L., C.F.C. Klütsch, M. Manseau, P. J. Wilson. 2019. Spatial differences in genetic diversity and northward migration suggest genetic erosion along the boreal caribou southern range limit and continued range retraction. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5269
- Horn R., A.J.D. Marques, M. Manseau, B. Golding, C.F.C. Klütsch, K. Abraham, P.J. Wilson. 2018. Parallel evolution of site-specific changes in divergent caribou lineages. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.4154.