Jonathan Mee
Jonathan Mee
Assistant Professor, Mount Royal University
Verified email at mtroyal.ca
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The ecological and evolutionary implications of microrefugia
JA Mee, JS Moore
Journal of Biogeography 41 (5), 837-841, 2014
442014
Identifying designatable units for intraspecific conservation prioritization: a hierarchical approach applied to the lake whitefish species complex (Coregonus spp.)
JA Mee, L Bernatchez, JD Reist, SM Rogers, EB Taylor
Evolutionary Applications 8 (5), 423-441, 2015
432015
The consequences of genomic architecture on ecological speciation in postglacial fishes
SM Rogers, JA Mee, E Bowles
Current Zoology 59 (1), 53-71, 2013
352013
A comparison of parasite loads on asexual and sexual Phoxinus (Pisces: Cyprinidae)
JA Mee, L Rowe
Canadian Journal of Zoology 84 (6), 808-816, 2006
282006
The cybrid invasion: widespread postglacial dispersal by Phoxinus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) cytoplasmic hybrids
JA Mee, EB Taylor
Canadian Journal of Zoology 90 (5), 577-584, 2012
232012
Variation in the strength of male mate choice allows long‐term coexistence of sperm‐dependent asexuals and their sexual hosts
JA Mee, SP Otto
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (10), 2808-2819, 2010
222010
Intraspecific variation in the ability of Microctonus aethiopoides (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to parasitise Sitona lepidus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
CB Phillips, RP Cane, J Mee, HM Chapman, KA Hoelmer, D Coutinot
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 45 (4), 295-303, 2002
212002
Evolution of movement rate increases the effectiveness of marine reserves for the conservation of pelagic fishes
JA Mee, SP Otto, D Pauly
Evolutionary applications 10 (5), 444-461, 2017
182017
Supply–demand equilibria and the size–number trade‐off in spatially structured recreational fisheries
KL Wilson, A Cantin, HGM Ward, ER Newton, JA Mee, DA Varkey, ...
Ecological applications 26 (4), 1086-1097, 2016
162016
Patterns of fish species distributions replicated across three parallel rivers suggest biotic zonation in response to a longitudinal temperature gradient
JA Mee, GL Robins, JR Post
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 27 (1), 44-61, 2018
152018
Interaction of ecological and angler processes: experimental stocking in an open access, spatially structured fishery
JA Mee, JR Post, H Ward, KL Wilson, E Newton, A Cantin
Ecological Applications 26 (6), 1693-1707, 2016
152016
Repeat Swimming Performance and Its Implications for Inferring the Relative Fitness of Asexual Hybrid Dace (Pisces: Phoxinus) and Their Sexually Reproducing …
JA Mee, CJ Brauner, EB Taylor
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84 (3), 306-315, 2011
112011
Distribution of Phoxinus eos, Phoxinus neogaeus, and their asexually-reproducing hybrids (Pisces: Cyprinidae) in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
JA Mee, L Rowe
PloS one 5 (10), e13185, 2010
82010
Role of genetic background in the introgressive hybridization of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) with Westslope cutthroat trout (O. clarkii lewisi)
BE Allen, ML Anderson, JA Mee, M Coombs, SM Rogers
Conservation Genetics 17 (3), 521-531, 2016
62016
Coexistence of sperm-dependent asexuals and their sexual hosts: the role of differences in fitness-related traits
JA Mee, C Chan, EB Taylor
Environmental biology of fishes 96 (9), 1111-1121, 2013
62013
Diets of sexual and sperm‐dependent asexual dace (Chrosomus spp.): relevance to niche differentiation and mate choice hypotheses for coexistence
JA Mee, F Noddin, JR Hanisch, WM Tonn, CA Paszkowski
Oikos 122 (7), 998-1008, 2013
62013
Unpacking conditional neutrality: genomic signatures of selection on conditionally beneficial and conditionally deleterious mutations
JA Mee, S Yeaman
The American Naturalist 194 (4), 529-540, 2019
32019
Rainbow trout in seasonal environments: phenotypic trade‐offs across a gradient in winter duration
EV Lea, JA Mee, JR Post, SM Rogers, S Mogensen
Ecology and evolution 5 (21), 4778-4794, 2015
32015
Host-size-matching in a sperm-dependent asexual fish
JA Mee
Evolutionary Biology 41 (3), 459-472, 2014
22014
Modelling Temperature, Body Size, Prey Density, and Stream Gradient Impacts on Longitudinal Patterns of Potential Production of Drift‐Feeding Trout
JJ Laliberte, JR Post, JS Rosenfeld, JA Mee
River Research and Applications 32 (10), 2045-2055, 2016
12016
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