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Publications:    

1.    Moodie, G. E. E., and T. E. Reimchen, 1973. Endemism and conservation of stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) in the Queen Charlotte Islands. Can. Field-Nat. 87:173-175. (.pdf version)

2.    Moodie, G. E. E., and T. E. Reimchen. 1976a. Glacial refugia, endemism and stickleback populations of the
Queen Charlotte Islands. Can. Field-Nat. 90:471- 474. (.pdf version)

3.    Moodie, G. E. E., and Reimchen, T. E. 1976b. Phenetic variation and habitat differences in Gasterosteus populations of the
Queen Charlotte Islands. Systematic Zoology 25, 49-61. (.pdf version)

4.    Handford, P.,
Bell. G., & Reimchen, T. E. 1977. A gillnet fishery considered as an experiment in artificial selection. J. Fish. Res. Bd. Can. 34: 954-961. (.pdf version)

5.    Reimchen, T. E. 1979. Substrate heterogeneity, crypsis, and colour polymorphism in an intertidal snail (Littorina mariae ). Can. J. Zool. 57:1070-1085. (.pdf version)

6.    Reimchen, T. E. 1980a Sightings of Risso’s dolphins (Grampus griseus) off
Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Murrelet 61:44-45. (.pdf version)

7.    Reimchen, T. E. 1980b. Spine-deficiency and polymorphism in a population of Gasterosteus aculeatus: an adaptation to predators?  Can. J. Zool. 58:1232-1244.  (.pdf version)

8.    Reimchen, T. E. and
Douglas, S.D. 1980. Observations of loons (Gavia immer and G. stellata) at a bog lake on the Queen Charlotte Islands. Canadian Field Naturalist 94: 398-404. (.pdf version)

9.     Reimchen, T. E.  1981. Microgeographical variation in Littorina mariae Sacchi and Rastelli and a taxonomic consideration. J. Conch. 30:341-350. (.pdf version)

10.    Reimchen, T. E. 1982a. Shell size divergence in Littorina mariae and L. obtusata and predation by crabs.
Can. J. Zool. 60:687-695. (.pdf version)

11.    Reimchen, T. E. 1982b. Incidence and intensity of Cyathocephalus truncatus and Schistocephalus solidus infection in Gasterosteus aculeatus.
Can. J. Zool. 60:1091-1095. (.pdf version)

12.    Reimchen, T. E. 1983. Structural relationships between spines and lateral plates in threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus ). Evolution 37:931-946. (.pdf vers    ion)

13.    Reimchen T. E. 1984. Status of unarmoured and spine-deficient populations (
Charlotte unarmoured stickleback) of threespine stickleback, Gasterosteus sp., on the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Canadian Field Naturalist 98: 120-126. (.pdf version)

14.    Reimchen, T. E. and S. D. Douglas. 1984a. Feeding schedule and daily food consumption of Red-throated Loon (Gavia stellata ) over the pre-fledging period. Auk 101:593-599.(.pdf version)

15.    Reimchen, T. E. and Douglas, S. 1984b. Seasonal and diurnal abundance of aquatic birds on the Drizzle Lake Reserve, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Canadian Field Naturalist 98: 22-28.(.pdf version)

16.    Reimchen, T. E. and S. D. Douglas. 1985. Differential contribution of the sexes to pre-fledged young in Red-throated Loons. Auk 102:198-201.(.pdf version)

17.    Reimchen, T. E., E. S. Stinson and J. S. Nelson. 1985. Multivariate differentiation of parapatric and allopatric populations of threespine stickleback in the Sangan River watershed, Queen Charlotte Islands. Can. J. Zool. 63:294-2951.  (.pdf version)

18.    Reimchen, T. E. 1987. Twilight and human color vision defects. Social Biology 34: 1-11. (.pdf version)
   
19.    Reimchen, T. E. and J. S. Nelson. 1987. Habitat and morphological correlates to vertebral number in a freshwater teleost, Gasterosteus aculeatus. Copeia 1987: 868-874. (.pdf version)
   
20.    Reimchen T. E. 1988. Inefficient predators and prey injuries in a population of giant stickleback.
Can. J. Zool. 66: 2036-2044.(.pdf version)
   
21.    Douglas, S. D. and T. E. Reimchen. 1988a. Habitat characteristics and population  estimates of breeding Red-throated Loons, Gavia stellata , on the
Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Canadian Field-Naturalist 102: 679-684. (.pdf version)
   
22.    Douglas, S. D. and T. E. Reimchen,  1988b. Reproductive phenology and early survivorship in Red-throated Loons (Gavia stellata ). Canadian Field-Naturalist 102: 701-704. (.pdf version)

23.    Reimchen, T. E. 1989a.  Loss of nuptial color in threespine stickleback Gasterosteus. Evolution 43: 450-460. (.pdf version)

24.    Reimchen, T. E. 1989b. Shell colour ontogeny and tubeworm mimicry in a marine gastropod Littorina mariae. Biol. J. of Linnaean Soc. 36:97-109. (.pdf version)

25.    Gach, M. H. and T. E. Reimchen. 1989. Mitochondrial DNA patterns among endemic stickleback from the
Queen Charlotte Islands: a preliminary survey. Can. J. Zool. 67: 1324-1328.(.pdf version)

26.    Reimchen, T. E. 1990. Size-structured mortality in a threespine stickleback - cutthroat trout community.
Can. J. Fish. and Aquat. Sci., 47: 1194-1205. (.pdf version)

27.    Eisenhawer, A. and T. E. Reimchen. 1990. Inland flight activity of Marbled Murrelets on the Queen Charlotte Islands,
British Columbia. Can. Field-Naturalist 104: 439-444. (.pdf version)

28.    Reimchen, T. E. and J. Buckland-Nicks. 1990. A novel association between an endemic stickleback and a parasitic dinoflagellate: Seasonal cycle and host response.
Can. J. Zool. 68: 667-671.(.pdf version)

29.    Buckland-Nicks, J., T. E. Reimchen and F. J. R. Taylor. 1990. A novel association between an  endemic stickleback and a parasitic dinoflagellate: Morphology and life cycle. J. of Phycology 26: 539-548. (.pdf version)

30.    Reimchen, T. E. 1991a. Introduction and dispersal of the Pacific treefrog, Hyla regilla on the
Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Can. Field-Naturalist 105: 288-290. (.pdf version)

31.    Reimchen, T. E. 1991b. Trout foraging failures and the evolution of body size in stickleback. Copeia, 1991: 1098-1104. (.pdf version)

32.    Reimchen, T. E. 1991c. Evolutionary attributes of headfirst prey manipulation and swallowing in piscivores.
Can. J. Zool. 69: 2912-2916.(.pdf version)

33.    Reimchen, T. E. 1992a. Extended longevity in a large-bodied Gasterosteus population. Can. Field-Naturalist 106: 122-125. (.pdf version)

34.    Reimchen, T. E. 1992b. Injuries on stickleback from attacks by a toothed predator ( Oncorhynchus) and some implications for the evolution of lateral plates. Evolution 46: 1224-1230. (.pdf version)

35.    O'Reilly, P., T. E. Reimchen, R. Beech and C. Strobeck. 1993. Mitochondrial DNA in Gasterosteus and Pleistocene glacial refugium on the Queen Charlotte Islands,
British Columbia. Evolution 47: 678-684. (.pdf version)

36.    Reimchen, T. E. 1994. Predators and evolution in threespine stickleback. in Evolution of the threespine stickleback (M.A. Bell and S. A.  Foster, eds.), pp 240-273.
Oxford University Press. (.pdf)

37.    Orti, G., M. A. Bell, T. E. Reimchen and A. Meyer. 1994. Global survey of mitochondrial DNA sequences in the threespine stickleback: evidence for recent migrations. Evolution 48:608-622. (.pdf version)

38.    Reimchen, T. E. 1995a. Predator-induced cyclical changes in lateral plate frequencies of Gasterosteus . Behaviour 132:1079-1094. (.pdf version)

39.    Reimchen, T. E. 1995b. Estuaries, energy flow and biomass extraction in Gwaii Haanas. Sea Wind 9:26-28. (.pdf version)

40.    Buckland-Nicks, J. and T. E. Reimchen 1995. A novel association between an endemic stickleback and a parasitic dinoflagellate. 3: Details of the life cycle. Arch. Protistenkd. 145:165-175.

41.    McDonald, C., T. E. Reimchen and C. Hawryshyn. 1995. Nuptial colour loss and signal masking in Gasterosteus: an analyses using video-imaging. Behavior 132:963-977. (.pdf version)

42.    Deagle, B. E., T. E. Reimchen, D. Levin. 1996. Origins of endemic stickleback from the
Queen Charlotte Islands: mitochondrial and morphological evidence. Can. J. Zool. 74:1045-1056.(.pdf version)

43.    Byun, S. A., B. Koop, T. E. Reimchen.
1997. North American black bear mtDNA phylogeography: implications for morphology and the Haida Gwaii refugium controversy. Evolution 51: 1647-1653. (.pdf version)

44.    Reimchen, T. E. 1997.  Parasitism of asymmetric pelvic phenotypes in stickleback.
Can. J. Zool. 75:2084-2094.(.pdf version)

45.    Buckland-Nicks, T. E. Reimchen and D. J. Garbary.  1997.  Haidadinium gasterosteophilum gen. et. sp. nov. (Phytodiniales, Dinophyceae), a freshwater ectoparasite on stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) from the
Queen Charlotte Isl, Canada. Can. J. Bot. 75: 1936-1940. (.pdf version)

46.    Reimchen, T. E. 1998a. Nocturnal foraging behaviour of Black Bear, Ursus americanus, on
Moresby Island, British Columbia. Canadian Field-Naturalist 112: 446-450. (.pdf version)

47.    Reimchen, T. E.  1998b. Diurnal and nocturnal behaviour of Black Bear, Ursus americanus , on bear trails.  Can.  Field-Naturalist. 112:  698-699. (.pdf version)

48.    Byun, A. S., B. Koop and T. E. Reimchen. 1999. Coastal refugia and postglacial recolonization routes: reply to Dembowski , Stone and Cook. Evolution 53: 2013-2015. (.pdf version)

49.    Reimchen, T. E. 2000a.  Some ecological and evolutionary aspects of bear - salmon interactions in coastal
British ColumbiaCan. J. Zool. 78: 448-457.  (.pdf version)

50.    Reimchen, T. E. 2000b. Predator handling failures of lateral plate morphs in Gasterosteus aculeatus : implications for stasis and distribution of the ancestral plate condition. Behavior 137: 1081-1096. (.pdf version)

51.    Bergstrom, C. and T. E. Reimchen. 2000. Functional implications of fluctuating asymmetry among endemic populations of Gasterosteus aculeatus . Behavior 137: 1097-1112. (.pdf version)

52.    Reimchen, T. E. and P. Nosil.  2001a. Dietary differences between symmetrical and asymmetrical pelvic phenotypes in stickleback 
Can. J. Zool. 79: 533-539. (.pdf version)

53.    Reimchen,  T.E. and Nosil,  P. 2001b.  Ecological causes of sex-biased parasitism in three-spined stickleback  (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 73: 51-63. (.pdf version)

54.    Reimchen,  T.E. and Nosil,  P. 2001c. Lateral plate asymmetry, diet and parasitism in threespine stickleback. J. Evol. Biol. 14: 632-645.  (.pdf version)

55.    Nosil, P. and T. E. Reimchen. 2001.  Tarsal asymmetry, nutritional condition, and survival in water boatmen ( Callicorixa vulnerata).  Evolution  55: 712–720. (.pdf version)

56.    Clarke, T. E., T.E. Reimchen, D. Kavanaugh,  D. B. Levin. 2001. Rapid evolution in Nebria   (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and the paleogeography of the
Queen Charlotte Islands. Evolution 55: 1408-1418. (.pdf version)

57.   
Bergstrom, C.A.  & T.E. Reimchen. 2002.  Geographical variation in asymmetry in Gasterosteus aculeatus. Biol. J. Linnean Soc. 77:9-22. (.pdf version)

58.   
Byun, S.A., B. F. Koop, and T.E. Reimchen.  2002.  Evolution of Dawson Caribou. Can. J. Zool. 80: 956-960.   (.pdf version)

59.    Darimont, C. T. and T. E. Reimchen. 2002. Intra-hair stable isotope analysis implies seasonal shift to salmon in gray wolf diet.
Can. J. Zool. 80: 1-5.  (.pdf version)

60.    Hocking, M. D. & T. E. Reimchen. 2002. Salmon-derived nitrogen in terrestrial invertebrates from coniferous forests of the
Pacific Northwest. BioMedCentral Ecology 2:4-14.  (.pdf version)

61.    Klinka, D.R. and T.E. Reimchen. 2002. Nocturnal and diurnal foraging behaviour of Brown Bears ( Ursus arctos) on a salmon stream in coastal
British Columbia. Can. J. Zool. 80:1317-1322.  (.pdf version)

62.    Reimchen, T. E. and P. Nosil. 2002.  Temporal cycles in divergent selection on spine number in threespine stickleback.  Evolution 56:2472-2483.  (.pdf version)

63.    Reimchen, T. E.  D. Mathewson, M. D. Hocking, J. Moran and D. Harris. 2003. Isotopic evidence for enrichment of salmon-derived nutrients in vegetation, soil and  insects in riparian zones in coastal
British Columbia. American Fisheries Society Symposium 34: 59-69. (.pdf version)

64.    Darimont, C.T., T. E. Reimchen, and P.C. Paquet. 2003. Foraging behaviour by grey wolves on salmon.
Can. J. Zool. 81:349-353. (.pdf version)

65.   
Bergstrom, C.A.  and T. E. Reimchen. 2003. Asymmetry in structural defenses: insights into predation in the wild. Evolution 57: 2128-2138. (.pdf version)

66.    Mathewson, D.,  M.H. Hocking, and T. E. Reimchen . 2003.  Nitrogen uptake in riparian plant communities across a sharp ecological boundary of salmon density. BioMedCentral Ecology 2003:4. (.pdf version)

67.    Reimchen, T. E. and P. Nosil.  2004. Variable predation regimes predict the evolution of sexual dimorphism in a population of threespine stickleback. Evolution 58:1274-1281 (.pdf version)

68.    Reimchen, T.E. and N.F. Temple .  2004. Hydrodynamic and phylogenetic aspects of the adipose fin in fishes. Can. J. Zoology 82:910-916. (.pdf version)

69.    Reimchen, T., E. and A. Byun.  2005. The evolution of endemic species on Haida Gwaii  in Haida Gwaii: Human history and environment from the time of Loon  to the time of the Iron people (D. Fedje and R. Mathewes, eds).  pp 77-95.  UBC press. (.pdf version)

70.    Wilkinson, C. E., M. H. Hocking, T. E. Reimchen.  2005.  Uptake of salmon-derived nitrogen by mosses and liverworts in Coastal British Columbia. Oikos 108: 85-98.  (.pdf  version)

71.    Nosil, P., and T. E. Reimchen. 2005.  Ecological opportunity and levels of morphological variance within freshwater stickleback populations. Biol. J. Linnean Soc. 86: 297-308. (.pdf version)

72.    Bergstrom, C.A. and T. E. Reimchen. 2005. Habitat-dependent associations between parasitism and fluctuating asymmetry among endemic stickleback populations.  J. Evol. Biol. 18: 939-948(.pdf version)

73.    Darimont, C.T., P.C. Paquet,  T.E. Reimchen, and V. Crichton.  2006. Range expansion by moose into temperate rainforests of British Columbia, Canada.  Diversity and Distributions 11: 235-239.(.pdf version)

74.   Hocking, M. D.,  Ring, R. A., and Reimchen, T. E. 2006. Burying beetle Nicrophorus investigator reproduction on Pacific salmon carcasses. Ecological Entomology 31: 5-12.  (.pdf version)

75.    Reimchen, T. E. and P. Nosil. 2006. Replicated ecological landscapes and the evolution of morphological diversity among Gasterosteus populations from archipelago on the west coast of Canada. Can. J. Zool. 84: 643-654. (.pdf version)

 

76.   Hocking, M.D and Reimchen T.E. 2006. Consumption and distribution of salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) nutrients and energy by terrestrial flies Can. J. of Fish. and Aquatic Sciences 63: 2076-2086. (.pdf version)

 

77.   Christie, K.S. and T. E. Reimchen. 2006. Post-reproductive Pacific salmon as a major nutrient source for large aggregations of gulls. Can. Field-Naturalist, 119: 202-207. (.pdf version)

 

78.   Bryan, H. , C.T. Darimont, T. E. Reimchen, and P.C. Paquet.  2006. Early ontogenetic diet of wolves. Canadian-Field Naturalist 120: 61-66.(.pdf version).

79.   Darimont, C.T., P.C. Paquet, and T. E. Reimchen.  2007. Stable isotope niche predicts fitness in a wolf-deer system. Biol. J. Linn. Soc.  90: 125–137. (.pdf version)

80.   Spoljaric, M., and T. E. Reimchen. 2007.  10 000 years later: evolution of body shape in Haida Gwaii threespine stickleback . J. of Fish Biology 70: 1484-1503. (.pdf version).

81:   Davies, S., A. Griffiths, and T. E. Reimchen.  2007. Hagfish, ratfish and scavenger activity on tethered carrion in subtidal benthic communities on western Vancouver Island. Can. Field. Naturalist. 120: 363-366 (.pdf version)

 

82.    Moodie, G. E. E., P.F. Moodie and T.E.Reimchen 2007. Stable isotope niche differentiation in sticklebacks with symmetric and asymmetric pectoral fins. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 92: 617-623. (.pdf version)

 

83.   Hocking, M.D., C.T. Darimont, K.S. Christie, and T. E. Reimchen. 2007. Niche variation in burying beetles (Nicrophorus) associated with marine and terrestrial carrion. Can. J. Zool. 85: 437-442. (.pdf version)

 

84.   Leaver, S. and T. E. Reimchen. 2008. Behavioural responses of dogs to different tail lengths on a robotic dog replica: testing the effects of tail docking.  Behaviour 145: 377-390.  (.pdf version)

 

85.   Christie, K.S. and T. E. Reimchen. 2008. Presence of salmon increases passerine density on Pacific North-west streams. Auk 125:51-59. (.pdf version)

 

86.   Reimchen,  TE ,  T. Ingram,  and SC. Hansen.  2008. Assessing niche differences of sex, armour and asymmetry phenotypes using stable isotope analyses in Haida Gwaii sticklebacks. Behaviour 145: 561-577. (.pdf version)

87.   Christie, KS.,  MD. Hocking, and TE. Reimchen. 2008. Tracing salmon-derived nutrients in riparian foodwebs: isotopic evidence in a ground-foraging passerine.  
Can. J. Zool. 86: 1317-1323. 
(.pdf version).

88.   Darimont, CT.,  PC.  Paquet and TE Reimchen. 2008. Spawning salmon disrupt trophic coupling between wolves and ungulate prey in coastal British Columbia.  BMC Ecology 8:14. (.pdf version)

89.   Spoljaric, MA.  and TE. Reimchen. 2008. Habitat-dependent reduction of sexual dimorphism in geometric body shape of Haida Gwaii threespine stickleback.     Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 95: 505–516. (.pdf version)

90.  Temple, N. and TE. Reimchen.  2008.  Adipose fin condition and flow regime in catfish. Can. J. Zool.  95: 505–516. (.pdf version)

 91.  Darimont,  CT,  TE. Reimchen, HM. Bryan and PC.  Paquet. 2008. Faecal-centric approaches to wildlife ecology and conservation; methods, data and ethics. Wildlife Biology in Practice 4: 73-87. (.pdf version)

92.  Burles, DW. RM. Brigham, RA. Ring, TE. Reimchen. 2008. Diet of two insectivorous bats, Myotis lucifugus and M keenii, in relation to insect abundance in a temperate Pacific rainforest environment. Can. J. Zool.  86: 1367-1375. (.pdf version)

93.  Darimont, CT,  P. Paquet and TE.  Reimchen. 2009. Landscape heterogeneity and marine subsidy generate extensive intrapopulation niche diversity in a large terrestrial vertebrate. J. of Animal Ecology 78: 126–133. (.pdf version)

94.  Darimont, CT.,  SM. Carlson, MT. Kinnison, PC. Paquet, TE. Reimchen and CC. Wilmers. 2009.  Human predators outpace other agents of trait change in the wild.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 952-954. (.pdf version)

95.  Klinka, D and TE. Reimchen.  2009. Darkness, twilight and daylight  foraging success of  bears (Ursus americanus) on salmon in coastal British Columbia.  J. Mammalogy 90: 144-149. (.pdf version)

96.  Burles, DW. , RM. Brigham, RA. Ring, TE. Reimchen. 2009.   Influence of weather on insectivorous bats in a temperate Pacific Northwest rainforest.  Can. J. Zool. 87:132-138. (.pdf version)

97.  Reimchen, TE.  and CA. Bergstrom.  2009. The ecology of asymmetry in stickleback defense structures.  Evolution 63: 115-126. (.pdf version)

98.  Hocking, MD, RA. Ring and TE. Reimchen.  2009. The ecology of terrestrial invertebrates on Pacific salmon carcasses. Ecol. Res. (.pdf version)

99.   Hocking, MD.and TE. Reimchen. 2009. Salmon species, density and watershed size predict magnitude of marine enrichment in riparian food webs. Oikos  118: 1307-1318. (.pdf version)

100.   Klinka, D. and TE. Reimchen. 2009. Adaptive coat colour polymorphism in the Kermode Bear of coastal British Columbia. Biol. J.  Linnean Society 98: 479-488. (.pdf version)

101.   Artelle, KA.,  LK. Dumoulin and TE. Reimchen. 2010.  Behavioural responses of dogs to asymmetrical tail-wagging of a robotic dog replica. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 2010(Jan 19)  (.pdf version)

102.   Darimont. CT.,  Bryan, H.,  Carlson, SM.,  Hocking, MD., MacDuffee, M.,  Paquet, PC.,  Price, MHH.,  Reimchen, TE.,  Reynolds, JD., & Wilmers, CC.  2010.  Salmon for terrestrial protected areas. Conservation Letters 3: 379-389. (.pdf version)

103.    Fox, CH., Paquet, PC. & Reimchen, TE.  2010. Active American black bear dens adjacent to a marine beach used for foraging. Ursus 21: 195-197. (.pdf version)

104.   Spoljaric, MA.  and  TE. Reimchen. 2011. Habitat-Specific Trends in Ontogeny of Body Shape in Stickleback From Coastal Archipelago: Potential for Rapid Shifts in Colonizing Populations.  J. of Morphology 272:590–597 (.pdf version).

105.   Reimchen, TE. and M. Spoljaric. 2011. Right-paw foraging bias in wild black bear (Ursus americanus kermodei). Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 16 (4), 471-478.(.pdf version).

106.   Buckland-Nicks, JA., M. Gillis and TE. Reimchen. 2011. Neural network detected in a presumed  vestigial trait: ultrastructure of the salmonid adipose fin.  Proc. R. Soc. B doi:10.1098/rspb. 2011.1009. (.pdf version)

107.  Kawanishi, K., S.H. NeoLiang,  C.T. Darimont,  T.E. Reimchen, M.E. Sunquist. 2012.  Isotopic niche differentiation among mammals from a rainforest in peninsular Malaysia.  The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 60: 233-239. (.pdf)

108.  Deagle, BE., FC. Jones,  YF. Chan,  DB. Absher, DM. Kingsley, TE. Reimchen. 2012. Population genomics of parallel phenotypic evolution in stickleback across stream-lake ecological transitions. Proc. Roy. Soc.  279 : 1732 1277. (pdf)

109.   Gambling, SJ.  and TE. Reimchen.  2012.  Prolonged life span among endemic Gasterosteus populations. Can. J. Zool. 90: 284-290. (.pdf version)

110:  Jones, FC ,   Y F.  Chan, J. Schmutz,  J.  Grimwood, SD. Brady, AM. Southwick, DM. Absher,  RM. Myers, TE. Reimchen,  BE. Deagle, D. Schluter,and DM. Kingsley. 2012.  A Genome-wide SNP genotyping array reveals patterns of global and repeated  species-pair divergence in sticklebacks. Current Biology 22, 83–90. (.pdf version)

111:  Leaver, SD and TE. Reimchen. 2012. Abrupt changes in defense and trophic morphology of the giant threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus sp) following colonization of a vacant habtitat. Biol. J. Linnean Society. 107:494-509. (.pdf version)

112:  Oravec, TJ & TE Reimchen. 2013.  Divergent reproductive life histories in Haida Gwaii stickleback (Gasterosteus spp.).  Can. J. Zool. 91: 17–24 . (.pdf version)

113:  Novales-Flamarique, I,  C. L. Cheng,  C.  Bergstrom & TE Reimchen. 2013.  Pronounced heritable variation and limited phenotypic plasticity in visual pigmentsand opsin expression of threespine stickleback photoreceptors. J Exp. Biol 216:656-667. (.pdf version)

114:   Deagle, BE.,  FC. Jones, DM. Absher,  DM Kingsley & TE Reimchen. 2013. Phylogeography and adaptation genetics of stickleback  from the Haida Gwaii archipelago revealed using genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphism genotyping. Mol. Ecol. 22,:1917–1932. (.pdf version)

115:  Hocking,  MD, NK. Dulvy, JD. Reynolds, RA. Ring & TE. Reimchen  2013. Salmon subsidize an escape from a size spectrum. Proc. R. Soc. B 280: 20122433. (.pdf version)

116:  Reimchen, TE. , C A. Bergstrom & P. Nosil. 2013   Natural selection and the adaptive radiation of  Haida Gwaii stickleback.  Evolutionary Ecology Research 15: 241–269. (.pdf version)

117:  Reimchen, T.E. , C. H. Fox. 2013. Fine-scale spatiotemporal influences of salmon on growth and nitrogen signatures of Sitka spruce tree rings.  BMC Ecology 2013 13:38. (.pdf version or http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6785/13/38) 

118: Novales-Flamarique, I,  CL. Cheng,  C.  Bergstrom & TE. Reimchen. 2013.  Role of the iridescent eye in stickleback female mate choice . J. Exp.  Biology 216, 2806-2812. (.pdf version)

119:  Reimchen, TE. , S. McGehee & BW. Glickman. 2013. Tree ring growth and stable isotopes as potential indicators of historical seabird activities in coastal British Columbia. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 127(2): 146–154 (pdf version).

120:  Fox, CH,  R El-Sabaawi, PC Paquet & TE Reimchen. 2014. Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) and wrack subsidize semi-terrestrial detritivores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 405: 49-64 ,   doi: 10.3354/meps10588 (pdf version)

121: Reimchen, TE, J MacAdams. 2014. Population, sex, and ontogenetic differences in the procurrent rays of the caudal fin in threespine sticklebacks
(Gasterosteus aculeatus). Can. J. Zool. 92: 675–679 (2014) dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjz-2014-0055 (pdf version). 

122: Fox, CH, P Paquet, TE Reimchen. 2015. Novel species interactions: American black bears respond to Pacific herring spawn. BMC Ecology 15: 14, 1-18. doi:10.1186/s12898-015-0045-9.  (pdf version)

123: Darimont CT,  CH Fox, HM Bryan, TE Reimchen. 2015.  The unique ecology of human predators. Science, Aug 20 . (Abstract)

124: Reimchen TE & KD Cox.  2016.   Differential temperature preferences of vertebral phenotypes in Gasterosteus. Can. J. Zool.  94: 1–5. (pdf version)

125: Taylor JS & TE Reimchen.  2016.   Opsin gene repetories in northern archaic hominids. Genome 10. (Abstract).

126: Reimchen, TE, D. Steeves, & CA Bergstrom. 2016. Sex matters for defense and trophic traits of threespine stickleback. Evolutionary Ecology Research 17: 459-485. (.pdf version).

127: Matabos M., Hoeberechts M, Doya C, Aguzzi J., Nephin J., Reimchen T. E., Leaver S., Marx R.M., Branzan Albu A., Fier, R., Fernandez-Arcaya U. Juniper S. K. 2017. Expert, Crowd, Students or Algorithm: who holds the key to deep-sea imagery ‘big data’ processing?" Methods in Ecology and Evolution., (accepted).

128: Marques, DA , JS Taylor, FC Jone, F. Di Palma, D M. Kingsley & TE Reimchen. 2017. Convergent evolution of SWS2 opsin facilitates adaptive radiation of threespine stickleback into different light environments. PLOS Biology (https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.2001627)     (pdf)

129: Reimchen, TE & D. R. Klinka. 2017.  Niche differentiation between coat colour morphs in the Kermode bear (Ursidae) of  coastal British Columbia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Abstract.  Full pdf available  on request or use following link
 
https://academic.oup.com/biolinnean/article/doi/10.1093/biolinnean/blx079/4057109/Niche-differentiation between-coat-colour-morphs?guestAccessKey=d05643d0-994a-4c49-bbf2-0d48853d56f7

130. Service, CN, MS Adams, AW Bateman, KA Artelle, TE Reimchen, PC Paquet, and CT Darimont. 2017. Species diversity predicts salmon consumption by terrestrial wildlife  (submitted)

131. Reimchen, TE.  Diverse ecological pathways of salmon nutrients through an intact marine-terrestrial boundary (submitted)


Scientific Reports/Comment/Review

TR1. Reimchen, T. E. 1991. Marbled Murrelet habitat use near lakes in the
Queen Charlotte Islands. pp 120-139. In Rodway, M.S., J-P.L. Savard and H. M. Regehr. Habitat use and activity patterns of Marbled Murrelets at inland and at-sea sites in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Technical Report Series No. 122, Can. Wildl. Serv. Pacific and Yukon Region, B.C.

TR2. Reimchen, T. E. 1991. Biodiversity studies in coastal British Columbia: A commentary. Canadian Biodiversity 1:34-35.

TR3. Reimchen, T. E. 1992. Mammal and bird utilization of adult salmon in stream and estuarine habitats at
Bag Harbour, Moresby Island. Canadian Parks Service report, 28 pp.   

TR4. Reimchen, T. E. 1992.
Naikoon Provincial Park, Queen Charlotte Islands: Biophysical data for freshwater habitats. Ministry of the Environment, Government of British Columbia, 69 pp.

TR5. Reimchen, T. E. 1992. Gwaii Haanas/
South Moresby National Park Reserve: Biophysical data for freshwater habitats. Canadian Parks Service document, 130 pp.

TR6. Reimchen, T. E. 1994. Further studies of black bear and chum salmon in stream and estuary habitats at
Bag Harbour, Gwaii Haanas. Canadian Parks Service document, 58 pp. (.pdf version)

TR7. Reimchen, T. E. 1994. Biophysical surveys of aquatic habitats in Gwaii Haanas 1993:
Upper Victoria Lake, Lower Victoria Lake, Escarpment Lake and 14 selected streams. Canadian Parks Service document, 176 pp.

TR8. Reimchen, T. E., P. Mylechreest, S. N. deLeeuw and T. M. Newhouse 1994. Biophysical surveys of aquatic habitat in Gwaii Haanas: Eight streams from west
Moresby Island. Canadian Parks Service document. 84pp.

TR9. Reimchen, T. E. 1995. Colour blindness and twilight. New Scientist (August letter).

TR10. Reimchen, T. E.  1996. Unusual dinoflagellate/stickleback associations-summary. Botanical Electronic News. BEN#137.   http://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/ben/ben137.html

TR11. Reimchen, T. E. 1998.  Coral reef fishes. Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean including the Red Sea.  Book review:  The Quarterly Review of Biology 73:519-520.

TR12. Reimchen, T. E. 2001. Salmon nutrients, nitrogen isotopes and coastal forests. Ecoforestry 16:13-17. (.pdf version)

TR13. Reimchen, T. E. 2002.  Coral reef fishes. Indo-Pacific and
Caribbean.  Book review:  The Quarterly Review of Biology 77:470-471.

TR14. Reimchen, T. E. 2002. Some considerations in salmon management, in:  Ghost Runs: The future of wild salmon on the North and Central coasts of British     Columbia (B. Harvey and M. MacDuffee, eds.), Raincoast Conservation Society, Victoria, BC.  (.pdf version)

TR15. Reimchen, T. E.  2004. Marine and terrestrial ecosystem linkages: the major role of salmon and bears to riparian communities.     Botanical Electronic News. BEN#328.    http://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/ben/ben328.html

TR16. Reimchen,  T. E., R. J. Nelson, C. T. Smith.  2008.  Estimating deer colonization rates to offshore islands of Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, using microsatellite markers. Lessons from the Islands. Eds A.J. Gaston, T. E. Golumbia, J.L. Martin, S.T. Sharpe,  Canadian Wildlife Service Special Publications (pp 117-120). (.pdf version)

TR17. Reimchen, T. E. 2009. Reconciling fisheries with conservation: Proceedings of the fourth World Fisheries Congress. Book Review. Quarterly Review of Biology 84: 191-192. (.pdf version) 


TR18. Reimchen, T. E. 2010. Retrospective: Living in the ecological theatre. Published in  'Tinbergen's Legacy in Behaviour: 60 years of landmark stickleback papers', edited by. F. A. von Hippel,  Brill. (.pdf version) 

TR19. Reimchen, T.E.  2015.  Book Review of "The Fish in the Forest: Salmon and the Web of Life. Author D. Stokes, Univ California Press". Quarterly  Review of Biology, p 235.  (.pdf version)

TR20. Reimchen, T.E.  2015. Foreword to  "Living with bears".  Author David  Bittner,