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Surname: FORBES                         Given Names: GRAHAM JOHN

 

Faculty/Department Address:

Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management or Department of Biology, Faculty of Science. NB Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

P.O. Box 4400

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada  E3B 5A3

Office Phone No. (506) 453-4929

 

Home Address:        815 Charters Settlement Rd.

                                    Charters Settlement, NB

                                    E3C 1V9

 

 Home Phone No.   (506) 455-5923

 

 

Present Citizenship Status: Canadian

 

 

 SECTION 2:  EDUCATION

 

2.1         Post Secondary Education

 

1994               University of Waterloo, Ontario.              PhD. Environmental Studies      

1990               University of Waterloo, Ontario.    M.A. Geography

1986               York University, Ontario.                 B.A. Geography-Biology     

 

2.2       Title of Graduate Thesis and Supervisor's Name:

            B.A.    The Birds of Igloolik Island, N.W.T.

            M.A.   Moose, Winter Habitat, and Habitat Disturbance in Algonquin Park.

            PhD.   Wolf-Ungulate Winter Relationships in Algonquin Park, Ontario.

 

2.4       Briefly Indicate General Area (s) of Academic Interest:

 

            Wildlife management, conservation biology, protected area planning, and   landscape ecology

 

 SECTION 3:  EMPLOYMENT

 

3.1       Employment History at UNB

2004                           Professor, Cross-appointed in Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management and Faculty of Science (Biology)

2001                           Probation and Tenure granted

2000                        Associate Professor, Cross-appointed in Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management and Faculty of Science (Biology)

1997                          Assistant Professor, Cross-appointed in Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management and Faculty of Science (Biology)

1997- Present           Director, Sir James Dunn Wildlife Research Centre

1996-             Present          Director, New Brunswick Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

1995                           Adjunct Professor, Biology Department, Faculty of Science

1994                           Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Forestry

1993                          Research Associate, Greater Fundy Ecosystem Research Group

 

3.3       Leaves granted by UNB or other University (type, date)

 

Sabbatical (6 month) January — July 2013. Northern Australia, Guam

Sabbatical (6 month) January — July 2009. Western United States

Sabbatical (6 month) January - July 2004. University of Aberdeen, Scotland and University of Rome, Italy.

 

3.4       Distinctions, Honours, Fellowships, Scholarships (with dates)

UNB Merit Award, 2001

UNB Merit Award, 1998

NSERC-Canada Council Industry-University Synergy Award, 1998     

NSERC Doctoral Scholarship, 1990-91

University of Waterloo Graduate Scholarship, 1990, 1987  

Ontario Graduate Scholarship, 1988, 1989

Alice Turner Award (Valedictorian), Founders College, York University, 1986

 

4.1      Courses Taught in Preceeding 5 years

 

Conservation Biology (BIOL4233) 2012 [40 students]

Animal Behaviour (BIO3875) 2007 [90 students]

Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management (FOR4545) 2005 — present [40 students]

Biophysical Foundations of Ecosystem Management (FOR-Grad) 2007- present

Wildlife Management (BIO4191) 2005 — present [15-40 students]

International Ecology Field Course (BIOL 4333) 2002- present

Wildlife Management Techniques (FOR4655)  1996- present [12-25 students/year]

Mammalogy (BIO4731) 2000- present [40 students/year]

Conservation (FOR5095) 1995- 2011 [12-18 students/yr]

Plus numerous directed studies courses

5.1       Articles Published / Accepted in Refereed Journals

 

Occurrence of the Maritime Shrew (Sorex maritmensis) in Black Spruce (Picea mariana) forest stands in southeastern New Brunswick. Canadian Field-Naturalist 126:1-5.

 

Consumption of bats (Myotis spp.) by raccoons (Procyon lotor) during an outbreak of white-nose syndrome in New Brunswick, Canada: implications for estimates of bat mortality. D. McAlpine, K. Vanderwolf, G. Forbes, and D. Malloch. Canadian Field-Naturalist 125:257-260.

 

Dispersal in a plain landscape: short-distance genetic differentiation in southwestern Manitoba wolves, Canada. A. Stronen, G. Forbes, P. Paquet, G. Goulet, T. Sallows, and M. Musiani. 2011. Conservation Genetics {online: DOI 10.1007/s10592-011-0290-1}.

 

Independent effects of connectivity predicts homing success by northern flying squirrel in a forest mosaic. 2011. M. Smith, M. Betts, G. Forbes, D. Kehler, M. Bourgeois, and S. Flemming. Landscape Ecology 26 (5):709-721.

 

Evidence of multiple annual litters in Glaucomys sabrinus. 2011. M. Smith, G. Forbes and M. Betts. Northeastern Naturalist 18:386-389.

 

Disease and parasites in wolves of the Riding Mountain National Park region, Manitoba, Canada. 2011. A. Stronen, T. Sallows, G. Forbes, B. Wagner and P. Paquet. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 47:222-227.

 

Incorporating social information to improve the precision of models of avian habitat use. 2010. J. Nocera and G. Forbes. The Condor 112:235-244.

 

Wolf body mass, skull morphology and mitochondrial DNA haplotypes in the Riding Mountain region of Manitoba, Canada. 2010. Canadian Journal of Zoology 88:496-507.

 

Effects of landscape composition and configuration on northern flying squirrels in a forest mosaic. L. Ritchie, M. Betts, G. Forbes and K. Vernes. 2009. Forest Ecology and Management 257:1920-1929.

 

Aggregations from using inadvertent social information: a form of ideal habitat selection. J. Nocera, G. Forbes and L-A. Giraldeau. 2009. Ecography 32:143-152.

 

The relevance of local-scale relationships to habitat management and landscape patterns. Nocera, J, G. Forbes and R. Milton. 2008. Avian Conservation and Ecology 3(1):4 [online] URL: http://www.ace-eco.org/vol3/iss1/art4.

 

Thresholds in songbird occurrence in relation to landscape structure. M. Betts, G. Forbes, and A. Diamond. 2007. Conservation Biology 21(4):1046-1058.

 

Range extent and stand selection for roosting and foraging in forest dwelling Myotis septentrionalis and M. lucifugus in the Greater Fundy Ecosystem, New Brunswick. 2005. Broders, H., G. Forbes, S. Woodley and I. Thompson. Journal Wildlife Management 70(5):1174-1184.

 

Independent effects of habitat amount and fragmentation on songbirds in a forest mosaic: an organism-based approach. Betts, M., G. Forbes, T.Diamond, and P. Taylor. 2006. Ecological Applications 16(3):1076-1089.

 

Effects of post-fire snag removal on breeding birds of western Labrador. 2005. Schwab F., N. Simon, S. Stryde, and G. Forbes. Journal of Wildlife Management 70(5):1464-1469.

 

Habitat relationships of three grassland breeding bird species: broadscale comparisons and hayfield management implications. Nocera, J., G. Forbes, and G. Milton. 2007. Avian Conservation and Ecology 2(1):7 ([online] http://www.ace-eco.org/vol2/iss/art7).

 

The importance of spatial autocorrelation, extent and resolution in predicting forest bird occurrence. Betts, M.G., Diamond, A.W., Forbes, G.J.,Villard, M.-A. and Gunn, J. 2006. Ecological Modelling 191:197-224.

 

Inadvertent social information in breeding site selection of natal dispersing birds. Nocera, J., G. Forbes, and L.A. Giraldeau. 2006. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. 273:349-355.

 

The influence of local habitat and landscape composition on cavity-nesting birds in a forested mosaic. Warren, T., Betts, M.G., Diamond, A.W. and Forbes, G.J. 2005. Forest Ecology and Management 214:331-343.

 

Are Blarina brevicauda significant predators of small mammals: effect of Blarina brevicauda odour on trap success of small mammals in forests. C. Brittain, G. Forbes and J. Bowman. 2005. Journal of Mammalogy 86:606-609.

 

Plantations and biodiversity: A comment on the plantations and biodiversity debate in New Brunswick. M. Betts, A. Diamond, G. Forbes, K. Frego, J. Loo, B. Matson, M. Roberts, M-A. Villard, R. Wissink and L. Wuest. 2005. Forestry Chronicle 81:265-269.

 

Interspecific and intersexual variation in roost-site selection of northern long-eared and little brown bats in the Greater Fundy National Park Ecosystem

H. Broders and G. Forbes. 2004. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:602-610.

 

Species status and the spatial and temporal patterns of activity of bats in southwest Nova Scotia. H. Broders, G. Quinn and G. Forbes. 2003. Northeastern Naturalist. 10(4):383-398.

 

Within-yard habitat use by white-tailed deer at varying winter severity. 2003. Morrison, S., G. Forbes, S. Young, and S. Lusk.  Forest Ecology and Management. 172:173-182.

 

Browse occurrence, biomass, and use by white-tailed deer in a northern New Brunswick deer yard. Morrison, S, Forbes, GJ, and Young, SJ. 2002. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32: 1518-1524.

 

Over-wintering and reproduction by the Big Brown Bat, Eptesicus fuscus, in New Brunswick. D. McAlpine, F. Muldoon, G. Forbes, A. Wanderler, S. Makepeace, H. Broders, and J. Goltz. 2002. Canadian Field Naturalist 116:645-647.

 

A landscape approach to private woodlot planning in New Brunswick, Canada. Betts, M., J. Knox, and G. Forbes. 2002. Natural Areas Journal 22:311-317.

 

Migration behavior of white-tailed deer under varying winter climate regimes of New Brunswick. D. Sabine, S. Morrison, H. Whitlaw, W. Ballard, G. Forbes, and J. Bowman. 2002. Journal of Wildlife Management 66:718-728.

 

Similarity of small mammal abundance in post-fire and clearcut forests. Simon, N., C. Stratton, G. Forbes and F. Schwab. 2002. Forest Ecology and Management. 165:163-172.

 

Spatial scales of trapping in small-mammal research. Bowman, J.C., C. Corkum, and G. Forbes. 2001. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 115:472-475.

 

Should diet be based on biomass? Importance of larger prey to the American marten. Cumberland, R., J. Dempsey, and G. Forbes. 2001. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 29:1125-1130.

 

Status of the eastern pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus) (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in New Brunswick. Broders, H., McAlpine, D., and G. Forbes. 2001. Northeastern Naturalist. 8:331-336.

 

Fractal dimension of ermine Mustela erminea movement patterns as an indicator of resource use. Edwards, M., G. Forbes, and J. Bowman. 2001. Mammalia 65:220-225.

 

The spatiotemporal scale and dynamics of a deer mouse irruption. Bowman, J. C., G. Forbes, and T. Dilworth. 2001. Journal of Mammalogy. 82:567-572.

 

The spatial component of variation in small-mammal abundance at three scales. Bowman, J., G. J. Forbes, and T. G. Dilworth. 2001. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 79:137-144.

 

Distance moved by small woodland rodents within large trapping grids. Bowman, J. C., G. Forbes, and T. Dilworth. 2001.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 115: 64-67

 

Use of mixedwoods by wintering white-tailed deer in southern New Brunswick. Sabine, D., W. B. Ballard, G. J. Forbes, J. Bowman, and H. Whitlaw. 2001. Forestry Chronicle. 77:97-103.

 

Landscape context and small mammal abundance in a managed forest. Bowman, J. C., G. Forbes, and T. Dilworth. 2001. Forest Ecology and Management 140:241-255.

 

The association of small mammals with coarse woody debris at log and stand scales. Bowman, J. C., D. Sleep, M. Edwards, and G. Forbes. 2000. Forest Ecology and Management. 129:119-124.

 

The spatial scale of variability in small mammal populations. Bowman, J. C., G. Forbes, and T. Dilworth. 2000. Ecography 23:314-320.

 

New yellow rail (Coturnicops noveboracencis) site in Atlantic Canada.Kehoe, P., L. Swanson, G. Forbes, P. Pearce, and S. Bowes. 2000. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 114(2).

 

Making ecosystem-based science into guidelines for ecosystem-based management: The Greater Fundy Ecosystem experience. Forbes, G., S. Woodley and B. Freedman. 1999. Environments 27:15-23.

 

Record distance for a non-homing movement by a deer mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus. Bowman, J. C., M. Edwards, L. Sheppard, and G. Forbes. 1999. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 113(2):292-293.

 

Predation and survival of white-tailed deer fawns in northcentral New Brunswick. Ballard, W., Whitlaw, H., S. Young, R. Jenkins, and G. Forbes. 1999. Journal of Wildlife Management. 63:574-579.

 

Survival and cause-specific mortality rates of adult white-tailed deer in New Brunswick. H. Whitlaw, W. Ballard, D. Sabine, S. Young, R. Jenkins, and G. Forbes. 1998. Journal of Wildlife Management. 62:1335-1341.

 

Comparison of white-tailed deer capture techniques in yarding and non-yarding population in New Brunswick. W. Ballard, Whitlaw, H., D. Sabine, R. Jenkins , S. Young, and G. Forbes. 1998. Canadian Field-Naturalist 112:254-261.

 

Response by wolves to prey variation in central Ontario. Forbes, G., and J. Theberge. 1996. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74:1511-1520.

 

Biodiversity implications of changes in the quantity of dead organic matter in forests. Freedman, B., V. Zelazny, D. Beaudette, T. Fleming, S. Flemming, G. Forbes, J. Gerrow, G. Johnson, and S. Woodley. 1996. Environmental Reviews. 4:238-265.

 

Cross-boundary management of Algonquin Park wolves. Forbes, G. and J. Theberge. 1996. Conservation Biology. 10:1091-1097.

 

Rabies in wolves of the Great Lakes region. Theberge, J., G. Forbes, I. Barker, and T. Bollinger. 1994. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 30(4):563-566.

 

Multiple landscape scales and winter distribution of moose, Alces alces, in a forest ecotone. Forbes, G. and J. Theberge. 1993.  Canadian-Field Naturalist. 107(2):210-207.

 

Breeding densities, biogeography, and nest depredation of birds on Igloolik Island, N.W.T.  Forbes, G., K. Robertson, C. Ogilvie, and L. Seddon.  1992.  Arctic. 45(3):295-303.

 

New breeding record for great gray owl: most southerly Canadian record. Forbes, G.,  M. Runtz, and R. Tozer.  1992.    Ontario Birds.  10(3):117-118.

 

Importance of scavenging on moose by wolves in Algonquin Park, Ontario. Forbes, G. and J. B. Theberge. 1992  Alces 28:235-241.

 

"I don't see a Chat, lets bulldoze" - a commentary on ecological

consulting. Forbes, G. 1991.  Ontario Birds. 9(1):109-112.

 

Book Chapters:

 

Forbes, G. D. McAlpine, and F. Scott. 2010. Mammals of the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone. Pgs. 693-718 in Assessment of Species Diversity in the Atlantic Maritime Ecozone. D. McAlpine and I. Smith (eds.). National Research Council, Ottawa. 785 pp.

 

Forbes. G. 2010. Managing for wildlife in Canada. in Resource Management in Canada: Conflict and Uncertainty. 4th edition. B. Mitchell (ed.). Oxford Press.

 

Betts, M., G. Forbes, M. Smith and S. Woodley. The amount of mature forest required at the landscape level. in Forest Management Guidelines to Protect Native Biodiversity in the Greater Fundy Ecosystem. Betts, M. and G. Forbes (editors) 2005. New Brunswick Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of New Brunswick. 110 pp.

 

Betts, M., and G. Forbes. Mature forest patch size. in Forest Management Guidelines to Protect Native Biodiversity in the Greater Fundy Ecosystem. Betts, M. and G. Forbes (editors) 2005. New Brunswick Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of New Brunswick. 110 pp.

 

Stanley, B., and G. Forbes. Watercourse and wetland management. in Forest Management Guidelines to Protect Native Biodiversity in the Greater Fundy Ecosystem. Betts, M. and G. Forbes (editors) 2005. New Brunswick Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of New Brunswick. 110 pp.

 

Forbes. G. 2003. Managing for wildlife in Canada. in Resource Management in Canada: Conflict and Uncertainty. 3rd edition. B. Mitchell (ed.). Oxford Press.

 

Making ecosystem-based science into guidelines for ecosystem-based management: The Greater Fundy Ecosystem experience. 2003. Forbes, G., S. Woodley and B. Freedman. Pages 103-112 in Protected Areas and the Regional Planning Imperative in North America. J.G. Nelson, J.C. Day, L. Sportza, C. Vazquez, and J. Loucky (Editors).

 

Forbes, G., H. Veen, V. Zelazny and S. Woodley. 1998. Ecological change in the Greater Fundy Ecosystem. Pp. 55-74 in State of the Greater Fundy Ecosystem. Woodley, S., G. Forbes, and A. Skibicki (eds). GFERG, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB. 215 pp.

 

Forbes, G., D. Johnson, E. Daigle and P. Chamberland. 1998. Ecological magnets and black bears in the GFE. Pp. 135-137 in State of the Greater Fundy Ecosystem. Woodley, S., G. Forbes, and A. Skibicki (eds). GFERG, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB. 215 pp.

 

Research Reports:

 

Forbes, G. 2012. Final Report on Wildlife Use of Highway 7 Fenced Corridor, 2008. Report submitted to NB Department of Transportation.

 

Forbes, G. 2009. Deer Fawn Survivorship 2006-2008. Submitted to NB Wildlife Trust Fund Committee.

Forbes, G., and S. Lindman 2000. Lynx Abundance in Green River and Deersdale Areas, New Brunswick. NB Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, UNB, Fredericton, NB. Submitted to New Brunswick Wildlife Council.

 

Forbes, G., and J. Bowman 2000.Techniques for Estimating Otter Abundance in New Brunswick. NB Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, UNB, Fredericton, NB. Submitted to New Brunswick Wildlife Council.

 

Forbes, G., I. Stone, P. Boutot, and J. Higdon. 1999. Survey of Lynx Abundance in Green River Area, New Brunswick. NB Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, UNB, Fredericton, NB. 22 pp. Submitted to New Brunswick Wildlife Council.

 

Sabine, D., and G. Forbes. 1999. Mortality Rates of Deer Using the Jardine Brook Deer Yard, Saint Quentin, New Brunswick. NB Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, UNB, Fredericton, NB. 36 pp. Submitted to New Brunswick Wildlife Council.

 

Sabine, D., W. Ballard, and G. Forbes. 1998. Assessment of White-tailed Deer Habitats within the Fundy Model Forest in Relation to Winter Severity. NB Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, UNB, Fredericton, NB. 115 pp; Appendices, 409 pp. Submitted to Fundy Model Forest.

 

Morrison, S., G. Forbes and W. Ballard. 1997. Crop Depredation in New Brunswick: Literature Review and Survey of New Brunswick Crop Producers. 55 pp. Submitted to New Brunswick Dept. of Agriculture.

 

Methven, I., and G. Forbes. 1995. Ecological Integrity Guidelines for Protected Areas in New Brunswick: A Position Paper. Recreation and Environment Branch. New Brunswick Dept. Natural Resources and Energy. 85 pp.

 

Forbes, G., W. Ballard, B. Currie, J. Dempsey, G. Godin, S. Lusk. 1994. Report on Estimating Deer Population Trends in Northern New Brunswick. Northern Deer Recovery Team. Fish and Wildlife Branch. Dept. Natural Resources and Energy.

 

Theberge, J. and G. Forbes.  1991.  Report on Wolf-Ungulate Research in Algonquin

Provincial Park for the Period January to October, 1991. Submitted to

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and World Wildlife Fund - Canada. 49 pp.

 

Theberge, J. and G. Forbes.  1987,1988,1989,1990.  Reports on Wolf-Ungulate Research in Algonquin Provincial Park for the Period January to October. (Variable lengths).

 

Forbes, G. and J. Theberge. 1987.  Winter Habitat Use by White-tailed Deer of the Bruce

Peninsula National Park Reserve and Environs.  Submitted to Environment Canada Parks

Ontario Region, Cornwall, Ontario.

 

Forbes, G., M. Bowes, T. Rasmussen, L. Ordubegian, G. Whitelaw.  1991.  Application of the ABC Resource Survey Methodology to the Bruce Peninsula National Park Reserve and Environs.  Technical Paper No. 3. Heritage Resources Centre,  University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario. 99 pp.

 

Forbes, G. 1987.  Research Directions for the Georgian Bay Osprey Society.  Submitted to the Georgian Bay Osprey Society, Toronto, Ontario. 27 pp.

 

 Administrative Positions

 

Director of Graduate Studies — Forestry. 2005-2006.

Director, New Brunswick Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, 1996- present

Director, Sir James Dunn Wildlife Research Centre, 1997- present

Director, Greater Fundy Ecosystem Research Project, Coordinator (1993-1996),

            Co-Director (1996-2000), Director (2000- present)

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