Publications:

•  Wheeldon TJ, Patterson BR, White BN. 2010. Sympatric wolf and coyote populations of the western Great Lakes region are reproductively isolated. Molecular Ecology 19: 4428-4440.Abstract.

•  Rutledge LY, Patterson BR, White BN. 2010. Analysis of Canis mitochondrial DNA shows high concordance between the control region and ATPase genes. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10:215. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-10-215.

•  Wheeldon T, Patterson B, White B. 2010. Reply to Kays et al. on northeastern coyotes. Biology Letters.eLetter. 
•  Wheeldon T, Patterson B, White B. 2010. Colonization history and ancestry of northeastern coyotes. Biology Letters. 6: 246-247.Abstract.

•  Rutledge LY, Garroway C, Loveless KM, Patterson BR. 2010. Genetic differentiation of eastern wolves in Algonquin Park despite bridging gene flow between coyotes and grey wolves. Heredity. 105: 520-531. doi:10.1038/hdy.2010.6. Abstract.

•  Steury TD, McCarthy JE, Roth TC, Lima SL, Murray DL. 2010. Evaluation of root-n bandwidth selectors for kernel density estimation. Journal of Wildlife Management. 74: 539-548. Abstract.

•  Rutledge LY, Patterson BR, Mills K, Loveless KM, Murray DL, White BN.2010. Protection from harvesting restores natural social structure of eastern wolf packs. Biological Conservation. 143:332-339.Abstract.

•  Rutledge LY, Bos KI, Pearce RJ, White BN (2010). Genetic and morphometric analysis of 16th century Canisskull fragments: implications for historic eastern and gray wolf distribution in North America. Conservation Genetics.11:1273-1281. doi: 10.1007/s10592-009-9957-2.Abstract.

• Way J, Rutledge LY, Wheeldon T, White BN.2010. Genetic characterization of northeastern coyotes in eastern Massachusetts. Northeastern Naturalist. 17(2):189-204.Abstract.

•  Rutledge LY, Wilson PJ, Kyle CJ, Wheeldon TJ, Patterson BR, White BN. 2009. How the gray wolf got its color.Science. 325:33-34.Link.

•  Wheeldon T, White BN. 2009. Genetic analysis of historic western Great Lakes region wolf samples reveals earlyCanis lupus/lycaon hybridization. Biology Letters. 5:101-104. Abstract.

•  Rutledge LY, Holloway J, Patterson BR, White BN. 2009. An improved field method to obtain DNA for individual identification from wolf scat. Journal of Wildlife Management. 73: 1430-1435.Abstract.

•  Wilson PJ, Grewal S, Mallory FF, White BN. 2009. Genetic characterization of wolves across Ontario. Journal of Heredity. 100: (S80-S89). Abstract.

•  Kyle CJ, Johnson AR, Patterson BR, Wilson PJ, White BN. 2008. The conspecific nature of eastern and red wolves: conservation and management implications. Conservation Genetics. 9:699-701.Abstract.

•  Argue A, Mills KJ, Patterson BR. 2008. Behavioural response of eastern wolves (Canis lycaon) to disturbance at homesites and its effects on pup survival. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 86: 400-406. Abstract.

•  Mills KJ, Patterson BR, Murray DL. 2008. Direct estimation of early survival and movements in eastern wolf pups. Journal of Wildlife Management. 72:949-954. Abstract.

•  Patterson BR, Murray DL. 2008. Flawed population viability analysis can lead to misleading population status assessment: a case study for wolves in Algonquin Park, Canada. Biological Conservation. 141:669-680.Abstract.

•  Roth JD, Murray DL, Steury TD. 2008. Spatial dynamics of sympatric canids: modeling the impact of coyotes on red wolf recovery. Ecological Modelling. 214:391-403. Abstract.

•  Murray DL, Waits L. 2007. Taxonomic status and conservation strategy of the endangered red wolf: A response to Kyle et al. 2006. Conservation Genetics. 8:1483-1485. Abstract.

•  Crawshaw GJ, Mills KJ, Mosley C, Patterson BR. 2007. Field implantation of intraperitoneal radiotransmitters in Eastern Wolf (Canis lycaon) pups using inhalation anesthesia with sevoflurane. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 43:711-718. Abstract.

•  Kyle CJ, Johnson AR, Patterson BR, Wilson PJ, Shami K, Grewal SK, White BN. 2006. Genetic nature of eastern wolves: past, present and future. Conservation Genetics. 7:273-287. Abstract.

•  Grewal SK, Wilson PJ, Kung TK, Shami K, Theberge MT, Theberge JB, White BN. 2004. A genetic assessment of the eastern wolf (Canis lycaon) in Algonquin Provincial Park. Journal of Mammalogy. 85:625-632. Abstract.

• Wilson PJ, Grewal S, McFadden T., Chambers RC, White BN. 2003. Mitochondrial DNA extracted from eastern North American wolves killed in the 1800s is not of gray wolf origin. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 81:936-940. Abstract.

• Wilson PJ, Grewal S, Lawford ID, Heal JNM, Granacki AG, Pennock D, Theberge JB, Theberge MT, Voigt DR, Waddell W, Chambers RE, Paquet PC, Goulet G, Cluff D, White BN. 2000. DNA profiles of the eastern Canadian wolf and the red wolf provide evidence for a common evolutionary history independent of the gray wolf. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 78:2156-2166. Abstract.

• Forbes G, Theberge JB. 1996. Cross-boundary management of Algonquin Park Wolves. Conservation Biology. 10:1091-1097. Abstract.

• Sears HJ, Theberge JB, Thberge MT, Thornton I, Campbell GD. Landscape influence on Canis morphological and ecological variation in a coyote-wolf C. lupus-latrans hybrid zone, southeastern Ontario. The Canadian Field Naturalist. 117:589-600. Abstract.