Studd, E.K., M. Landry‐Cuerrier, A.K. Menzies, S. Boutin, A.G. McAdam, J.E. Lane and M.M. Humphries. Behavioral classification of low-frequency acceleration and temperature data from a free-ranging small mammal. Ecology and Evolution In Press.
Wishart, A.E., C.T. Williams, A.G. McAdam, S. Boutin, B. Dantzer, M.M. Humphries, D.W. Coltman and J.E. Lane. 2018. Is biasing offspring sex ratio adaptive? A test of Fisher's principle across multiple generations of a wild mammal in a fluctuating environment. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285: 20181251.
Lane, J.E., A.G. McAdam, S.E. McFarlane, C.T. Williams, M.M. Humphries, D.W. Coltman, J.C. Gorrell and S. Boutin. 2018. Phenological shifts in North American red squirrels: disentangling the roles of phenotypic plasticity and microevolution. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 31: 810-821.
Haines, J.A., D.W. Coltman, B. Dantzer, J.C. Gorrell, M.M. Humphries, J.E. Lane, A.G. McAdam and S. Boutin. 2018. Sexually selected infanticide by male red squirrels in advance of a mast year. Ecology 99: 1242-1244.
Robertson, J.G., S. Boutin, M.M. Humphries, B. Dantzer, J.E. Lane and A.G. McAdam. Individual variation in the dear enemy phenomenon via territorial vocalizations in red squirrels. Behaviour 155: 1073-1096.
Siracusa, E., M. Morandini, S. Boutin, M.M. Humphries, B. Dantzer, J.E. Lane and A.G. McAdam. 2017. Red squirrel territorial vocalizations deter intrusions by conspecific rivals. Behaviour 154: 13 - 15.
Siracusa, E., S. Boutin, M.M. Humphries, J.C. Gorrell, D.W. Coltman, B. Dantzer, J.E. Lane and A.G. McAdam. 2017. Familiarity with neighbours affects intrusion risk in territorial red squirrels. Animal Behaviour 133: 11-20.
Cooper, E.B., R.W. Taylor, A.D. Kelley, A.R. Martinig, S. Boutin, M.M. Humphries, B. Dantzer, J.E. Lane and A.G. McAdam. Personality is correlated with natal dispersal in North American red squirrels. (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Behaviour 154: 939-961.
Boonstra, R., A. Dušek, J.E. Lane and S. Boutin. 2017. When the ball is in the female's court: How the scramble-competition mating system of the North American red squirrel has shaped male physiology and testosterone dynamics. General and Comparative Endocrinology 252: 162-172.
Hämäläinen, A., A.G. McAdam, B. Dantzer, J.E. Lane, J.A. Haines, M.M Humphries and S. Boutin. 2017. Fitness consequences of peak reproductive effort in a resource pulse system. Scientific Reports 7: 9335.
Fisher, D.N., S. Boutin, B. Dantzer, M.M. Humphries, J.E. Lane and A.G. McAdam. 2017. Multilevel and sex-specific selection on competitive trailts in North American red squirrels. Evolution 71: 1841-1854.
Dobson, F.S., J.E. Lane, M. Low and J.O. Murie. 2016. Fitness implications of seasonal climate variation in Columbian ground squirrels. Ecology and Evolution 6: 5614-5622.
Vaanholt, L.M., J.E. Lane, B. Garner and J.R. Speakman. 2016. Partitioning the variance in calorie restriction induced weight and fat loss in outbred mice. Obesity 24: 2111-2117.
Lane, J.E., A.G. McAdam, A. Charmantier, M.M. Humphries, D.W. Coltman, Q.E. Fletcher, J.C. Gorrell and S. Boutin. 2015. Post-weaning parental care increases fitness but is not heritable in North American red squirrels. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 28: 1203-1212.
Fletcher, Q.E., J.R. Speakman, S. Boutin, J.E. Lane, A.G. McAdam, J.C. Gorrell, D.W. Coltman and M.M. Humphries. 2014. Daily energy expenditure during lactation is strongly selected in a free-living mammal. Functional Ecology 29: 195-208.
Boutin, S. and J.E. Lane. 2014. Climate change and mammals: evolutionary versus plastic responses. Evolutionary Applications 7: 29-41.
Williams, C.T., J.E. Lane, M.M. Humphries, A.G. McAdam and S. Boutin. 2013. Reproductive phenology of a food-hoarding mast-seed consumer: resource- and density dependent benefits of early breeding in red squirrels. Oecologia 174: 777-788.
Williams, C.T., J.C. Gorrell, J.E. Lane, A.G. McAdam, M.M. Humphries and S. Boutin. 2013. Communal nesting in an ‘asocial’ mammal: social thermoregulation among spatially dispersed kin. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67: 757-763.
Lane, J.E., L.E.B. Kruuk, A. Charmantier, J.O. Murie and F.S. Dobson. 2012. Delayed phenology and reduced fitness associated with climate change in a wild hibernator. Nature 489: 554-557.
Lane, J.E., L.E.B. Kruuk, A. Charmantier, J.O. Murie, D.W. Coltman, M. Buoro, S. Raveh and F.S. Dobson. 2011. A quantitative genetic analysis of hibernation emergence date in a wild population of Columbian ground squirrels. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1949-1959.
Lane, J.E., M.N.K. Forrest and C.K.R. Willis. 2011. Anthropogenic influences on natural animal mating systems. Animal Behaviour 81: 909-917.
McFarlane, S.E., J.E. Lane, R.W. Taylor, J.C. Gorrell, D.W. Coltman, M.M. Humphries, S.
Boutin and A.G. McAdam. 2011. The heritability of multiple male mating in a promiscuous mammal. Biology Letters 7: 368-371.
Lane, J.E., S. Boutin, J.R. Speakman and M.M. Humphries. 2010. Energetic costs of reproduction to males in a scramble competition mating system. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 27-34.
Fletcher, Q.E., S. Boutin, J.E. Lane, J.M. Lamontagne, A.G. McAdam, C.J. Krebs and M.M.
Humphries. 2010. The functional response of a hoarding seed predator to mast seeding. Ecology 91: 2673-2683.
Lane, J.E., S. Boutin, M.R. Gunn and D.W. Coltman. 2009. Sexually-selected behaviour: red squirrel males search for reproductive success. Journal of Animal Ecology 78: 296-304.
Lane, J.E., S. Boutin, M.R. Gunn, J. Slate and D.W. Coltman. 2008. Female multiple mating and paternity in free-ranging North American red squirrels. Animal Behaviour 75: 1927-1937.
Boonstra, R., J.E. Lane, S. Boutin, A. Bradley, L. Desantis, A.E.M. Newman, K.K. Soma. 2008. Plasma DHEA levels in wild, territorial red squirrels: Seasonal variation and effect of ACTH. General and Comparative Endocrinology 158: 61-67.
Lane, J.E., S. Boutin, M.R. Gunn, J. Slate and D.W. Coltman. 2007. Genetic relatedness of mates does not predict patterns of parentage in North American red squirrels. Animal Behaviour 74: 611-619.
Swystun, M.B., J.E. Lane and R.M. Brigham. 2007. Cavity roost site availability and habitat use by bats in different aged riparian cottonwood stands. Acta Chiropterologica 9: 183-191.
Willis, C.K.R., J.E. Lane, E.T. Liknes, D.L. Swanson and R.M Brigham. 2005. Thermal
energetics of female big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus). Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 871-879.
Lane, J.E., D.L. Swanson, R.M. Brigham and A.E. McKechnie. 2004. Physiological responses to temperature by Whip-poor-wills: more evidence for the evolution of low metabolic rates in Caprimulgiformes. Condor 106: 921-925.
Lane, J.E., R.M. Brigham and D.L Swanson. 2004. Daily torpor in free-ranging Whip-poor-wills (Caprimulgus vociferus). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77: 297-304.
Lane, J.E., C.L. Buck and R.M. Brigham. 2003. The bat fauna of southeast South Dakota. The Prairie Naturalist 35: 247-256.
Book Chapters and Refereed Conference Proceedings
Lane, J.E. 2012. Evolutionary ecology of mammalian hibernation phenology. Living in a Seasonal World: Thermoregulatory and Metabolic Adaptations. pp 51-61 (eds.: Ruf, T., Bieber, C., Arnold, W. and Millesi, E.). Springer, Heidelberg.
Brigham, R.M., C.P. Woods, J.E. Lane, Q.E. Fletcher and F. Geiser. 2006. Ecological correlates of torpor use among five caprimulgiform birds. Invited Review. Acta Zoologica Sinica. 52(Supplement): 401-404.
Willis, C.K.R., J.E. Lane, E.T. Liknes, D.L. Swanson and R.M. Brigham. 2004 A technique for modeling thermoregulatory energy expenditure in free-ranging endotherms. Live in the Cold: Evolution, Mechanisms, Adaptation and Application. pp. 209-219 (eds.: Barnes, B.M. and Carey, H.) Biological Papers of the University of Alaska no. 27, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, USA.