Publications

Journal articles

  • C. F. C. Klütsch, M. Manseau, M. Andersen, P. Sinkins, PJ Wilson. 2017. Evolutionary reconstruction of Peary caribou supports the presence of a Pleistocene polar refugium for a large mammal species. Journal of Biogeography 10.1111/jbi.13090.
  • J. L. Polfus, D. Simmons, M. Neyelle, W. Bayha, F. Andrew, L. Andrew, B. G. Merkle, K. Rice and M. Manseau. 2017. Creative convergence: exploring biocultural diversity through art. Ecology and Society 22 (2):4. [online] URL: https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol22/iss2/art4/
  • P. Bertrand, J. Bowman, R.J. Dyer, M. Manseau, P. Wilson. 2017. Sex-Specific Graphs: Relating Group-Specific Topology to Demographic and Landscape Data. Molecular Ecology 26: 3898-3912.
  • A. Flasko, M. Manseau, G. Mastromonaco, M. Bradley, L. Neufeld and P. Wilson. 2017. Fecal hormone analysis as a non-invasive tool to estimate age-class of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou). Canadian Journal of Zoology 95: 311–321.
  • C. C. Drake, M. Manseau, C.F.C. Klütsch, P. Priadka, P. J. Wilson, S. Kingston and N. Carr. 2017. Does connectivity exist for remnant boreal caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) along the Lake Superior Coastal range? Options for landscape restoration. Rangifer.
  • J. L. Polfus, M. Manseau, F.C. Klütsch, D. Simmons and P.J. Wilson. 2016. The role of ancient diversification in glacial refugia on intraspecific diversity in a Holarctic mammal. Journal of Biogeography 44: 386-396.
  • C.F.C. Klütsch, M. Manseau, V. Trim, J. Polfus, PJ Wilson. 2016. The eastern migratory caribou: the role of genetic introgression in ecotype evolution. Royal Society Open Science 3: 150469. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.150469
  • J.L. Polfus, M. Manseau, D. Simmons, M. Neyelle, W. Bayha, F. Andrew, L. Andrew, C. F.C. Klütsch, K. Rice and P.J. Wilson. 2016. Łeghágots’enetę (learning together): the importance of indigenous perspectives in the identification of biological variation. Ecology and Society 21(2):18. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-08284-210218.
  • C. Jacobson, M. Manseau, G. Mouland, A. Brown, A. Nakashuk et al. 2016. Co-operative management of Auyuittuq National Park: Moving towards greater emphasis and recognition of indigenous aspirations for the management of their lands. In Indigenous peoples governance and protected areas in the circumpolar Arctic, Eds T. Hermann and T. Martin, Springer.
  • M. Bonar, M. Manseau, J.J. Geisheimer, T. Bannatyne and S. Lingle. 2016. Steep terrain and increased mule deer female density reduce coyote predation on neonatal white-tailed deer as well as mule deer fawns. Ecology and Evolution 13: 4387-4402.
  • P. Galpern, P. Peres-Neto, J. Polfus and M. Manseau. 2014. MEMGENE: Spatial pattern detection in genetic distance data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:1116-1120.
  • B. Badiou, R. Baldwin, M. Carlson, M. Darveau, P. Drapeau, K. Gaston, J. Jacobs, J. Kerr, S. Levin, M. Manseau, G. Orians, S. Pimm, H. Possingham, P. Raven, F. Reid, D. Roberts, T. Root, N. Roulet, J. Schaefer, D. Schindler, J. Strittholt, N. Turner, A. Weaver & J. Wells. 2013. Conserving the World’s Last Great Forest Is Possible: Here’s How – A science/policy briefing note issued under the auspices of the International Boreal Conservation Science Panel and associates.
  • P. Galpern and M. Manseau. 2013. Modelling the influence of landscape connectivity on animal distribution: a functional grain approach. Ecography 36: 1004-1016, 2013.
  • P. Galpern and M. Manseau. 2013. Finding the functional grain: comparing methods for scaling resistance surfaces. Landscape Ecology 28: 1269-1281
  • C. F. C. Klütsch, M. Manseau, P. J. Wilson. 2012. Phylogeographical analysis of mtDNA data indicates postglacial expansion from multiple glacial refugia in woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou). PLOS ONE (published online).
  • P. Galpern, M. Manseau, P. Wilson. 2012. Grains of connectivity: analysis at multiple spatial scales in landscape genetics. Molecular Ecology 21:3996–4009.
  • P. Galpern, M. Manseau, P. Hettinga, P. Wilson and K. Smith. 2012. ALLELEMATCH: an R package for identifying unique multilocus genotypes where genotyping error and missing data may be present. Molecular Ecology Resources 12:771-778.
  • P. Galpern, A. Fall, M. Manseau. 2012. Grainscape package for R: Grains of connectivity and minimum planar graph modelling of landscape connectivity using resistance surfaces. Package version 0.1, http://grainscape.r-forge.r-project.org.
  • P. N. Hettinga, M. Manseau, A. N. Arnason, D. Cross, K. Whaley, P. J. Wilson. 2012. Estimating size and trend of the North Interlake woodland caribou population using fecal-DNA and capture-recapture models. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1153-1164.
  • M. Manseau. 2012. Sustaining caribou and their landscapes – From knowledge to action. Proceedings of the 13th North American Caribou Workshop. Rangifer Special Issue no 20: 9-10.
  • D. Simmons, W. Bayha, D. Beaulieu, D. Gladu and M. Manseau. 2012. Aboriginal talking circle: Aboriginal perspectives on caribou conservation. Rangifer Special Issue no 20: 17-19.
  • N. Koper and M. Manseau. 2012. A guide to developing resource selection functions from telemetry data using generalized estimating equations and generalized linear mixed models. Rangifer Special Issue no 20: 195-204.
  • A. Fall, M.-J. Fortin, M. Manseau and B. Rayfield. 2011. Spatio-temporal graphs to determine connectivity across space and through time. Ecology Letters (submitted).
  • M. C. Ball, L. Finnegan, M. Manseau, P. Wilson. 2011. Sex and scale specific genetic spatial structure in Rangifer tarandus caribou. Molecular Ecology (submitted).
  • P. Galpern, M. Manseau, A. Fall. 2011. Patch-based graphs of landscape connectivity: a guide to construction, analysis and application for conservation. Biological Conservation 144:44-55.
  • M. Manseau and G. Mouland. 2011. Travelling on sea ice with Paniloo Sangoya. In Travelling guide to the National Parks of Canada, National Geographic, Washington, D.C.
  • K. Johansson and M. Manseau. 2011. Inuit safety culture and its relevance to management. Society and Natural Resources 25: 176-190.
  • M. Arlt and M. Manseau. 2011. Changes in caribou distribution and landcover in and around Prince Albert National Park: Different management strategies and different landscapes. Rangifer Special Issue 19: 17-31.
  • A. Arsenault and M. Manseau. 2011. Land management strategies for the recovery of boreal woodland caribou in central Saskatchewan. Rangifer Special Issue 19: 33-48.
  • M. C. Ball, L. Finnegan, M. Manseau, P. Wilson. 2010. Integrating multiple analytical approaches to spatially delineate and characterize genetic population structure: An application to boreal caribou in central Canada.  Conservation Genetics 11: 2131-2143.
  • S. Petersen, M. Manseau and P.Wilson. 2010. Bottleneck, isolation and life at the northern range limit: Peary caribou on Ellesmere Island, Canada. Journal of Mammalogy 91(3): 698-711.
  • C. I. Cullingham, M. Curteanu, M. Ball and M. Manseau. 2010. Feasibility and recommendations for swift fox (Vulpes velox) feacal DNA profiling. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(4): 849-859.
  • M. C. Ball, M. Manseau and P. Wilson. 2010. Integrating multiple analytical approaches to spatially delineate and characterize genetic population structure: An application to boreal caribou in central Canada. Conservation Genetics 11:2131–2143.
  • A. Kendrick and M. Manseau. 2010. Indigenous Wildlife Monitoring in Canada’s North: A Community-Based Initiative on the Beverly-Qamanirjuaq Barren-Ground Caribou Range. In Walker Painemilla, K., Rylands, A. B., Woofter, A. and Hughes, C. (eds.). Indigenous Peoples and Conservation: From Rights to Resource Management. Conservation International, Arlington, VA.
  • A. G. Barnett, N. Koper, A. J. Dobson, F. Schmiegelow and M. Manseau. 2010. Selecting the correct variance-covariance structure for longitudinal data: a comparison of the Quasi-Information Criterion and the Deviance Information Criterion. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1:15-24.
  • N. Koper and M. Manseau. 2009. Generalized estimating equations and generalized linear mixed-effects models for modeling resource selection. Journal of Animal Ecology 46:590-599.
  • M. Manseau, K. Attagutsiak, A. Kendrick, and G. Mouland. 2009. Collection of podcasts for the Inuit Knowledge Project of Parks Canada with topics ranging from the contemporary meaning of Inuit knowledge to Inuit observations and responses to environmental changes and perspectives on conservation – Sirmilik National Park. http://ikpodcasts.lecol-ck.ca/ [English and Inuktitut]
  • M. Manseau, K. Johansson, K. Attagutsiak, and G. Mouland. 2009. Collection of podcasts for the Inuit Knowledge Project of Parks Canada focusing on Inuit knowledge, observations and responses to environmental changes, Inuit safety culture and perspectives on conservation – Auyuittuq National Park. http://ikpodcasts.lecol-ck.ca/ [English and Inuktitut]
  • M. O’Flaherty, I. J. Davidson-Hunt and M. Manseau 2008. Indigenous Knowledge and Values in Planning for Sustainable Forestry: Pikangikum First Nation and the Whitefeather Forest Initiative. Ecology and Society 13 (1): 6. [online] URL:http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol13/iss1/art6/
  • A. Kendrick and M. Manseau. 2008. Representing Traditional Knowledge: Resource Management and Inuit Knowledge of Barren-Ground Caribou. Society and Natural Resources 21:404-418.
  • M. Manseau and L. Dick. 2007. Arctic Environment, Settlements, and Political Power: Navigating Between Different Disciplines and Knowledge Paradigms. Canadian Historical Association –Conference Paper.
  • M. O’Flaherty, I. Davidson-Hunt and M. Manseau. 2007. Keeping Woodland Caribou (Ahtik) in the Whitefeather Forest. Sustainable Forest Management Network Research Series Note 27:1-6.
  • A. Fall, M.J. Fortin, M. Manseau and D. O’Brien. 2007. Spatial graphs: principles and applications for habitat connectivity. Ecosystems 10(3): 448-461.
  • M. C. Ball, R. Pither, M. Manseau, S. Peterson, J. Clark; S. Kingston; N. Morrill; P. Wilson. 2007. Characterization of target nuclear DNA from faeces reduces technical issues associated with the assumptions of low-quality and quantity template. Conservation Genetics 8: 577-586.
  • D. O’Brien, M. Manseau, A. Fall and M.J. Fortin. 2006. Testing the importance of spatial configuration of winter habitat for woodland caribou: An application of graph theory. Biological Conservation 130:70-83.
  • B. Parlee, M. Manseau and Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation. 2005. Denesoline Monitoring of Caribou Movements: using traditional knowledge to address uncertainty. Arctic 53:1-8.
  • F. Gertsch, G. Dodds, M. Manseau and J. Amagoalik. 2004. Recent experiences in cooperative management in Canada’s northern-most national park. In: Munro, Neil, W.P., T. B. Herman, K. Beazley, P. Dearden, editors. Making Ecosystem-based Management Work, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas,Victoria, BC, May, 2003. Wolfville, Nova Scotia: Science and Management of Protected Areas Association.
  • M. Manseau, S. Czetwertynski, R. Lemieux, A. Demers and H. Jolicoeur. 2003. Impact des appels de loups faits dans le cadre d’activités écotouristiques sur le comportement de deux meutes de loups dans le massif du lac Jacques-Cartier. Naturaliste Canadien 127 (1):43-54.
  • M. Manseau, F. Rennie and C. Mondor. 2001. Determination of ecological boundaries for the establishment and management of Canadian National Parks. In Crossing Boundaries in Park Management: Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands, edited by David Harmon (Hancock, Michigan: The George Wright Society, 2001), pp. 294-302.
  • V. Weitzner and M. Manseau. 2001. Taking the pulse of collaborative management in Canada’s National Parks and National Park Reserves: Voices from the field. In Crossing Boundaries in Park Management: Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands, edited by David Harmon (Hancock, Michigan: The George Wright Society, 2001), pp. 253-259.
  • M. Manseau, J. Huot and M. Crête. 1996. Effects of summer grazing by caribou on community and productivity of vegetation: community and landscape level. Journal of Ecology 84: 503-513
  • M. Crête and M. Manseau. 1996. Natural regulation of cervidae along a 1000-km latitudinal gradient: change in trophic dominance. Evolutionary Ecology 9: 1-12.
  • B. Toupin, J. Huot, M. Manseau. 1996. Impact of insect harassment on the behaviour of the rivière George caribou herd. Arctic 49: 375-382.
  • M. Manseau and G. Gauthier. 1993. Trade-off between food quality and food abundance. Ecology 74: 2045-2054.
  • M. Manseau and J. Ferron. 1991. Nocturnal feeding behavior of Semipalmated sandpipers (Calidris pusilla ) during fall migration in the Bay of Fundy. Canadian Journal of Zoology 69: 380-384.

Books / book chapters

  • M. Manseau – Issue Editor. 2012. Sustaining caribou and their landscapes – From knowledge to action. Proceedings of the 13th North American Caribou Workshop. Rangifer Special Issue no 20.
  • M. Manseau, B. Ayles and B. Parlee. 2005. Traditional ecological knowledge in resource management. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp.143-166.
  • B. Parlee, M. Manseau and Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation. 2005. Understanding and Communicating about Ecological Change: Denesoline Indicators of Ecosystem Health. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp.167-184.
  • R. Huebert, M. Manseau and A. Diduck. 2005. Conclusion: integration, innovation, and participation. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, pp.365-374.
  • M. Manseau, Parlee, B, Bill, L., Kendrick, A., and Rainbow Bridge Communications (producers). 2005. Watching, listening, learning, understanding changes in the environment. Community-based monitoring in northern Canada. Video. In: Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North (F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, eds.) University of Calgary Press, Calgary, Backcover – DVD.
  • M. Manseau, L. Dick and N. Lyons. 2005. People, Caribou, And Muskoxen on Northern Ellemsere Island: Historical Interactions and Population Ecology, ca. 4300 BP to Present. Parks Canada.
  • F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau and A. Diduck, Editors.2005. Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. University of Calgary Press, Calgary,
  • M. Manseau – Issue Editor. 1998. Traditional and scientific environmental knowledge. Terra borealis 1: 1-66.

Klütsch CFC, M. Manseau, V. Trim, J. Polfus, PJ Wilson. 2016. The eastern migratory caribou: the role of genetic introgression in ecotype evolution. Royal Society Open Science 3: 150469. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.150469

 

Polfus, J.L, M. Manseau, D. Simmons, M. Neyelle, W. Bayha, F. Andrew, L. Andrew, C. F.C. Klütsch, K. Rice and P.J. Wilson. 2016. Łeghágots’enetę (learning together): the importance of indigenous perspectives in the identification of biological variation. Ecology and Society (in review)

B. Maegwin. M Manseau, J.J. Geisheimer, T. Bannatyne and S. Lingle. 2016. Steep terrain and increased mule deer female density reduce coyote predation on neonatal white-tailed deer as well as mule deer fawns. Ecology and Evolution (in review).

 

Jacobson, C., M. Manseau, G. Mouland, A. Brown, A. Nakashuk et al. 2016. Co-operative management of Auyuittuq National Park: Moving towards greater emphasis and recognition of indigenous aspirations for the management of their lands. In Indigenous peoples governance and protected areas in the circumpolar Arctic, Eds T. Hermann and T. Martin, Springer.

Galpern P., P. Peres-Neto, J. Polfus and M. Manseau. 2014. MEMGENE:  Spatial pattern detection in genetic distance data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:1116-1120.

Badiou, B., R. Baldwin, M. Carlson, M. Darveau, P. Drapeau, K. Gaston, J. Jacobs, J. Kerr, S. Levin, M. Manseau, G. Orians, S. Pimm, H. Possingham, P. Raven, F. Reid, D. Roberts, T. Root, N. Roulet, J. Schaefer, D. Schindler, J. Strittholt, N. Turner, A. Weaver & J. Wells. 2013. Conserving the World’s Last Great Forest Is Possible: Here’s How – A science/policy briefing note issued under the auspices of the International Boreal Conservation Science Panel and associates.