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Research interests

I am an ecologist interested in the application of quantitative methods to understand how animals interact with their environment, and how this influences individual behaviour, success, and population abundance. 

Under this umbrella, I am interested in the application of movement and demographic models to understand movement behaviour of animals at individual and population scales, and at local to broad spatial scales. I use automated radio-telemetry as a tool to track the movements of small birds. Understanding where animals move throughout the annual life cycle is a first step towards determining where and how populations might be limited. 

I am also interested in the application of quantitative methods to improve our understanding of temporal and spatial variation in population abundance, including whether violation of sampling and statistical assumptions bias population estimates. The goal of this research is to ensure species conservation assessments are evidence based, appropriate, and scientifically defensible.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Western Ontario

1 Sep 200930 May 2015

Award Date: 30 May 2015

Master, University of Guelph

1 Sep 200130 May 2004

Award Date: 30 May 2004

Bachelor, University of New Brunswick

1 Sep 199630 May 2000

Award Date: 30 May 2000

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Research Output

Detection range of songbirds using a stopover site by automated radio-telemetry

Crewe, T. L., Deakin, J. E., Beauchamp, A. T. & Morbey, Y. E., Jun 2019, In : Journal of Field Ornithology. 90, 2, p. 176-189 14 p.

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  • Phenology of the avian spring migratory passage in Europe and North America: Asymmetric advancement in time and increase in duration

    Lehikoinen, A., Lindén, A., Karlsson, M., Andersson, A., Crewe, T. L., Dunn, E. H., Gregory, G., Karlsson, L., Kristiansen, V., Mackenzie, S., Newman, S., Røer, J. E., Sharpe, C., Sokolov, L. V., Steinholtz, Å., Stervander, M., Tirri, I. S. & Tjørnløv, R. S., 1 Jun 2019, In : Ecological Indicators. 101, June, p. 985-991 7 p.

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  • Size of the canadian breeding population of monarch butterflies is driven by factors acting during spring migration and recolonization

    Crewe, T. L., Mitchell, G. W. & Larrivée, M., 14 Aug 2019, In : Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7, p. 1-12 12 p., 308.

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    Combining migration and wintering counts to enhance understanding of population change in a generalist raptor species, the North American Red-tailed Hawk

    Paprocki, N., Oleyar, D., Brandes, D., Goodrich, L., Crewe, T. & Hoffman, S. W., 8 Feb 2017, In : Condor. 119, 1, p. 98-107 10 p.

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  • The motus wildlife tracking system: A collaborative research network to enhance the understanding of wildlife movement

    Taylor, P. D., Crewe, T. L., Lepage, D., Aubry, Y., Crysler, Z., Finney, G., Francis, C. M., Guglielmo, C. G., Hamilton, D. J., Holberton, R. L., Loring, P. H., Mitchell, G. W., Norris, D. R., Paquet, J., Ronconi, R. A., Smetzer, J. R., Welch, L. J. & Woodworth, B. K., 2017, In : Avian Conservation and Ecology. 12, 1, 11 p., 8.

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