Below, a list of some of my more favorite ones, but my Google Scholar or Researchgate profiles do a far, far, better job of being up to date.

  • Barry, T.*, E. Gurarie*, I. Kojola, F. Cheraghi and W.F. Fagan. (2020) Does dispersal make the heart grow bolder? Gray wolf habitat use before, during, and after dispersal. Animal Behavior 166, 219-231. (* co-first author).
  • Joly, K., O. Couriot, M.D. Cameron, E. Gurarie. (2020) Behavioral, Physiological, Demographic and Ecological Impacts of Hematophagous and Endoparasitic Insects on an Arctic Ungulate. Toxins, 12 (5), 334.
  • Gurarie, E., Hebblewhite, M., Joly, K., Kelly, A.P., Adamczewski, J., Davidson, S.C., Davison, T., Gunn, A., Suitor, M.J., Fagan, W.F. and Boelman, N., (2019). Tactical departures and strategic arrivals: Divergent effects of climate and weather on caribou spring migrations. Ecosphere, 10(12).
  • Joly, K., Gurarie, E., Sorum, M.S., Kaczensky, P., Cameron, M.D., Jakes, A.F., Borg, B.L., Nandintsetseg, D., Hopcraft, J.G.C., Buuveibaatar, B. and Jones, P.F., (2019). Longest terrestrial migrations and movements around the world. Scientific reports, 9(1), pp.1-10.
  • Gurarie, E., Thompson, P., Kelly, A. P., Larter, N. C., Fagan, W. F., & Joly, K. (2019). For Everything There is a Season: Analyzing periodic mortality patterns with the cyclomort R package. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
  • Bracis, C., Gurarie, E., Rutter, J. D. & Goodwin, R. A. (2018). Remembering the good and the bad: memory-based mediation of the food-safety trade-off in dynamic landscapes. Theoretical Ecology, 1–15.
  • Tucker, M. A., Böhning-Gaese, K., Fagan, …, Gurarie, E., … others (2018). Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements. Science 359 (6374), 466–469.
  • Fagan, W. F., Gurarie, E., Bewick, S., Howard, A., Cantrell, R. S. & Cosner, C. (2017). Perceptual ranges, information gathering, and foraging success in dynamic landscapes. The American Naturalist 189 (5), 474–489.
  • Gurarie, E., Fleming, C. H., Fagan, W. F., Laidre, K. L., Hernández-Pliego, J. & Ovaskainen, O. (2017). Correlated velocity models as a fundamental unit of animal movement: synthesis and applications. Movement ecology 5 (1), 13.
  • Gurarie, E., Cagnacci, F., Peters, W., Fleming, C. H., Calabrese, J. M., Mueller, T. & Fagan, W. F. (2017). A framework for modelling range shifts and migrations: asking when, whither, whether and will it return. Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (4), 943–959.
  • Gurarie, E., Bracis, C., Delgado, M., Meckley, T. D., Kojola, I. & Wagner, C. M. (2016). What is the animal doing? Tools for exploring behavioural structure in animal movements. Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (1), 69–84.
  • Beyer, H. L., Gurarie, E., Bцöger, L., Panzacchi, M., Basille, M., Herfindal, I., Van Moorter, B., R Lele, S. & Matthiopoulos, J. (2016). “You shall not pass!”: quantifying barrier permeability and proximity avoidance by animals. Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (1), 43–53.
  • Martin, J., Sabatier, Q., Gowan, T. A., Giraud, C., Gurarie, E., Calleson, C. S., Ortega-Ortiz, J. G., Deutsch, C. J., Rycyk, A. & Koslovsky, S. M. (2016). A quantitative framework for investigating risk of deadly collisions between marine wildlife and boats. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (1), 42–50.
  • Bracis, C., Gurarie, E., Van Moorter, B. & Goodwin, R. A. (2015). Memory effects on movement behavior in animal foraging. PloS one 10 (8), e0136057.
  • Delgado, M., V. Penteriani, J. Morales, E. Gurarie, O. Ovaskainen. (2014) A statistical method for inferring the influence of conspecifics on movement behavior. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
  • Gurarie, E., O. Ovaskainen. (2013). Towards a general formalization of encounter rates in ecology. Theoretical Ecology.
  • K. Laidre, E.W. Born, E. Gurarie, Ø. Wiig, R. Dietz, H. Stern. (2013). Females roam while males patrol: divergence in breeding season movements of pack-ice polar bears (Ursus maritimus). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 280.
  • Gurarie, E., O. Ovaskainen. (2011). Characteristic spatial and temporal scales unify models of animal movement and fundamental ecological processes. The American Naturalist. 178:113-23.
  • Gurarie, E., J. Suutarinen, I. Kojola and O. Ovaskainen. (2011). Wolf (Canis lupus) movement and kill behaviors with respect to human-influenced habitat features in Finland. Oecologia, 165:891-903.
  • Gurarie, E., R.A. Andrews, K.L. Laidre. (2009). A novel method for identifying behavioural changes in animal movement data. Ecology Letters, 12(5):395-408.
  • Gurarie, E., J.J. Anderson, R.W. Zabel. (2009). Continuous models of population-level heterogeneity incorporated in analyses of animal dispersal. Ecology, 90(8): 2233-2242.