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131. Morris, Douglas W. and P. Lundberg. 2023
Epilogue: A celebration or lament for biodiversity?
Evolutionary Ecology Research. 2023: 119-120. pdf

130. Morris, Douglas W. 2023.
2001 a spatial oddity: urbanization and biodiversity on a new trajectory.
Evolutionary Ecology Research. 2023: 83-102. pdf

129. Morris, Douglas W. and P. Lundberg. 2023. 
Preface: A biodiversity challenge.
Evolutionary Ecology Research. 2023: 3. pdf

128. Morris, Douglas W. 2023.
Sex-dependent habitat selection modulates risk management by meadow voles.
Ecosphere. 14: e4378. pdf

127. Morris, Douglas W. and S. Palmer. 2023.
Do animal personalities promote species coexistence? A test with sympatric boreal rodents.
Ecology. 104: e3913. abstract


126. Morris, Douglas W. 2021 On the effect of international human migration on nations' abilities to attain CO2 emission-reduction targets. PLoS ONE. 16(10): e0258087. pdf 125. Morris, Douglas W., E. MacGillivray and E. N. Pither. 2021. Self-promotion and the need to be first in science. FACETS. 6: 1881-1891. pdf 124. Schmidt, N. M., F. M. van Beest, A. Dupuch, L. H. Hansen, J.-P. Desforges and Douglas W. Morris. 2021. Long-term patterns in winter habitat selection, breeding and predation in a density-fluctuating high Arctic lemming population. Oecologia. 195: 927-935. DOI 10.1007/s00442-021-04882-2.


123. Buchkowski, R., Douglas W. Morris, W. D. Halliday, A. Dupuch, C. Morrissette-Boileau and S. Bourdreau. 2020. Warmer temperatures promote shrub radial growth but not cover in the Central Canadian Arctic. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 52: 582-595. pdf 122. Morris, Douglas W. 2020. Time-averaging voles match density with long-term habitat quality. Ecology. 101: e3036 abstract 121. Ehrich, D., Schmidt, N. M, Gauthier, G., Alisauskas, R., Angerbjörn, A., Clark, K., Eche, F., Eide, N. E., Framstad, E., Frandsen, J., Fanke, A., Gilg, O., Giroux, M.-A., Henttonen, H., Hörnfeldt, B., Ims, R. A., Kataev, G. D., Kharitonov, S. P., Killengreen, S. T., Krebs, C. J., Lanctot, R. B., Lecomte, N. Menyushina, I. E., Douglas W. Morris, Morrison, G., Oksanen, L., Oksanen, T., Olofsson, J., Pokrovsky, I. G., Popov, I. Y., Reid, D., Roth, J. D., Saalfeld, S. T., Samelius, G., Sittler, B., Sleptsov, S. M., Smith, P., Sokolov, A. A., Sokolova, N. A., Soloviev, M. Y., and D. Solovyeva. 2020. Documenting lemming population change in the Arctic: can we detect trends? Ambio. 49: 786-800. DOI 10.1007/s13280-019-01198-7.


120. Bajina, K., Douglas W. Morris and P. Lundberg. 2019. An experimental test of Hamiltonian habitat selection. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 20: 471-485. pdf 119. Morris, Douglas W., A. Dupuch, M. M. Moses, K. Busniuk and H. Otterman. 2019. Differences in behavioral types help to explain lemming coexistence. Journal of Mammalogy. 100: 1211-1220. 118. Morris, Douglas W. 2019. Contingent strategies of risk management by snowshoe hares. FACETS. 4: 407-422. pdf 117. Morris, Douglas W. 2019 A human tragedy? The pace of negative global change exceeds human progress. The Anthropocene Review. 6: 55-70. pdf


116. Morris, Douglas W. and S. Vijayan. 2018 Trade-offs between sight lines and escape habitat determine spatial strategies of risk management by a keystone herbivore. FACETS. 3: 338-3557. pdf 115. Morris, Douglas W. 2018. Site-specific plasticity and demography determine litter size in a population of white-footed mice. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 19: 1-13. pdf


114. Vijayan, S., Douglas W. Morris, McLaren, B. E., and S. Mukherjee. 2017. Domestic ungulates in protected areas and the potential for indirect interactions via shared predation. Biodiversity 2017: doi 10.1080/14888386.2017.1406405. 113. Morris, Douglas W. and N. Blekkenhorst. 2017. Wind energy versus sustainable agriculture: an Ontario perspective. Journal of Rural and Community Development 12: 24-34. pdf 112. Tarjuelo, R., Traba, J., Morales, M. B., and Douglas W. Morris. 2017. Isodars unveil asymmetric effects on habitat use caused by competition between two endangered species. Oikos 126: 73-81. pdf 111. Morris, Douglas W., R. D. Holt and B. P. Kotler. 2017. Apparent competition. Elsevier Reference Module in Life Sciences, 2017. article


110. Morris, Douglas W. and P. Lundberg. 2016. On the adaptive evolution of extinction. Evolutionary Ecology Research 17: 737-741. pdf 109. Morris, Douglas W. 2016. Spatial scale in games of habitat selection, patch use and sympatric speciation. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 63: 35-47. DOI:10.1080/15659801.2016.1232683 pdf 108. Morris, Douglas W., J. G. Cronmiller, and E. Garcez Da Rocha. 2016. Competitive tragedies, habitat selection, and extinction (or not?) Evolutionary Ecology Research 17:815-834. pdf 107. Morris, Douglas W., P. Lundberg, and J. S. Brown. 2016. On strategies of plant behaviour: evolutionary games of habitat selection, defence and foraging. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 17: 619-636. pdf 106. Murray, D. L., Douglas W. Morris, C. Lavoie, P. R. Levitt, H. MacIsaac, M. Masson, and M.-A. Villard. 2016. Bias in research grant evaluation has dire consequences for small universities. PLoS ONE 11(6): e0155876. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155876 pdf 105. Kotler, B. P., Douglas W. Morris, and J. S. Brown. 2016. Direct behavioural indicators. Chapter 11 (pp. 308-351) in O. Berger-Tal and D. Saltz. Conservation behaviour: applying behavioural ecology to wildlife conservation and management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 104. Bannister, A. E. and Douglas W. Morris. 2016. Habitat selection reveals state-dependent foraging tradeoffs in a temporally autocorrelated environment. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 62: 162-170, DOI:10.1080/15659801.2015.1065680 pdf


103. Halliday, W. D., Douglas W. Morris, J. A. DeVito, and D. M. Start. 2014. Male and female voles do not differ in their assessments of predation risk. Écoscience 21: 61-68. pdf 102. Morris, Douglas W. 2014. Can foraging behavior reveal the eco-evolutionary dynamics of habitat selection? Evolutionary Ecology Research 16: 1-18. pdf 101. Ray-Mukherjee, J., K. Nimon, S. Mukherjee, Douglas W. Morris, R. Slotow, and M. Hamer. 2014. Using commonality analysis in multiple regression: a tool to decompose regression effects in the face of multicolinearity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5: 320-328. DOI 10.1111/2041-210X.12166 100. Dupuch, A., Douglas W. Morris, and W. D. Halliday. 2014. Patch use and vigilance by sympatric lemmings in predator and competitor-driven landscapes of fear. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68: 299-308. DOI 10.1007/s00265-013-1645-z 99. Dupuch, A., Douglas W. Morris, S. B. Ale, D. J. Wilson, and D. E. Moore. 2014. Landscapes of fear or competition? Predation did not alter habitat choice by Arctic rodents. Oecologia 174: 403-412. DOI 10.1007/s00442-013-2792-7


98. Moses, M. M., Douglas W. Morris, and W. Qin. 2013. Greener on the other side of the fence: density-dependent habitat selection by a unicellular alga. Evolutionary Ecology Research 15: 809-828. pdf 97. Vijayan, S., Douglas W. Morris, and B. E. McLaren. 2013. Understanding indirect interactions when livestock occupy protected areas. Biodiversity Science 10. pdf 96. Morris, Douglas W. and J. T. MacEachern. 2013. Respect for property rights: when does it pay to defend territory? Evolutionary Ecology Research 15: 757-768. pdf 95. Halliday, W. D., and Douglas W. Morris. 2013. Safety from predators or competitors? Interference competition leads to apparent predation risk. Journal of Mammalogy 94:1380-1392. DOI 10.1644/12-MAMM-A-304.1. 94. Morris, Douglas W., M. S. Beaulieu, S. Hammilton, D. S. Hik, R. H. Lemelin, M. M. Moses, D. K. Müller, M. A. Smith, and J. P. Smol. 2013. The Lakehead Manifesto: principles for research and development in the North. Arctic 66: iii-iv. pdf 93. Morris, Douglas W. 2013. Habitat selection. Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology. Ed. David Gibson, New York: Oxford University Press. article


92. Morris, Douglas W., A. Dupuch and W. D. Halliday. 2012. Climate-induced habitat selection predicts future evolutionary strategies of lemmings. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14: 689-705. pdf 91. Morris, Douglas W. and A. Dupuch. 2012. Habitat change and the scale of habitat selection: shifting gradients used by coexisting Arctic rodents. Oikos 121: 975-984. pdf 90. Vijayan, S., Douglas W. Morris and B. E. McLaren. 2012. Does prey habitat selection reveal a trade-off between predation risk and competition? Oikos 121: 783-789. pdf 89. Vijayan, S., McLaren, B. E., Douglas W. Morris and S. P. Goyal. 2012. Do rare indirect interactions become common when large carnivores prey on livestock? Ecology 93: 272-280. pdf


88. Morris, Douglas W. 2011. Adaptation, habitat selection, and the eco-evolutionary process. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278: 2401-2411. pdf 87. Ale, S. B., Douglas W. Morris, A. Dupuch and D. E. Moore. 2011. Habitat selection and the scale of ghostly coexistence among Arctic rodents. Oikos 120: 1191-1200. pdf 86. Morris, Douglas W., D. E. Moore, S. B. Ale, and A. Dupuch. 2011. Forecasting ecological and evolutionary strategies to global change: an example from habitat selection by lemmings. Global Change Biology 17: 1266-1276. pdf 85. Morris, Douglas W. 2011. Source-sink dynamics emerging from unstable ideal-free habitat selection. In Liu, J., V. Hull, A. Morzillo, and J. A. Wiens (eds) Sources, Sinks, and Sustainability. Cambridge Studies in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Pp. 58-81.


84. Morris, Douglas W. and J. T. MacEachern. 2010. Active density-dependent habitat selection in a controlled population of small mammals. Ecology: 91:3131-3137. pdf 83. Morris, Douglas W. and J. T. MacEachern. 2010. Sexual-conflict over habitat selection: the game and a test with small mammals. Evolutionary Ecology Research: 12: 507-522. pdf 82. Lemaitre, J., Fortin, D., Douglas W. Morris, and M. Darveau. 2010. Deer mice mediate red-backed vole behavior and abundance along a gradient of habitat alteration. Evolutionary Ecology Research 12:203-216. pdf


81. Morris, Douglas W. 2009. Is evolution contingent or predictable? Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 55:183-188. pdf 80. McLoughlin, P. D., Douglas W. Morris, D. Fortin, E. Vander Wal, and A. Contasti. 2010. Considerng ecological dynamics in resource selection functions. Journal of Animal Ecology 79:4-12. pdf 79. Morris, Douglas W. 2009. Apparent predation risk: tests of habitat selection theory reveal unexpected effects of competition. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11:209-225. pdf 78. Morris, Douglas W., B. P. Kotler, J. S. Brown, V. Sundararaj, and S. Ale. 2009. Behavioral indicators for conserving mammal diversity. The Year in Ecology and Conservation, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1162:334-356.


77. Morris, Douglas W., R. Clark, and M. S. Boyce. 2008. Habitat and habitat selection: theory, tests, and implications. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 54:287-294. pdf 76. Knight, T. W., Douglas W. Morris, and R. L. Haedrich. 2008. Inferring competitive behavior from population census data: site pre-emption by brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis). Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 54:345-360. pdf 75. Fortin, D., Douglas W. Morris, and P. D. McLoughlin. 2008. Adaptive habitat selection and the evolution of specialists and generalists in heterogeneous environments. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 54:311-328. pdf


74. Kotler, B. P., Douglas W. Morris, and J. S. Brown. 2007. Behavioral indicators and conservation: wielding "the biologist's tricorder". Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 53:237-244. pdf 73. Morris, Douglas W., and S. Mukherjee. 2007. Is density-dependent resource harvest a reliable indicator for conservation and management? Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 53:371-387. pdf 72. Oatway, M. L., and Douglas W. Morris. 2007. Do animals select habitat at small or large scales? An experiment with meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus). Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:479-487. pdf 71. Wasserberg, G., B. P. Kotler, Douglas W. Morris, and Z. Abramsky. 2007. A field-test of the centrifugal community organization model using psammophilic gerbils in Israel's southern coastal plain. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:299-311. pdf 70. Morris, Douglas W., and S. Mukherjee. 2007. Can we measure carrying capacity with foraging behavior? Ecology 88:597-604. pdf


69. Wasserberg, G., B. P. Kotler, Douglas W. Morris, and Z. Abramsky. 2006. A specter of coexistence: is centrifugal community organization haunted by the ghost of competition? Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 2:123-140. pdf 68. Morris, Douglas W. 2006. Moving to the ideal free home. Nature 443:645-646. pdf 67. Morris, Douglas W., and S. Mukherjee. 2006. Simulated and human metapopulations created by habitat selection. Evolutionary Ecology Research 8:1263-1275. pdf 66. Moenting, A. E., and Douglas W. Morris. 2006. Disturbance and habitat use: is edge more important than area? Oikos 115:23-32. pdf


65. Morris, Douglas W. 2005. Enemies of biodiversity. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83:891-893. pdf 64. Morris, Douglas W. 2005. Paradoxical avoidance of enriched habitats: have we failed to appreciate omnivores? Ecology 86:2568-2577. pdf 63. Shochat, E., M. A. Patten, Douglas W. Morris, D. L. Reinking, D. H. Wolfe, and S. K. Sherrod. 2005. Ecological traps in isodars: effects of tallgrass prairie management on bird nest success. Oikos 111: 159-169. pdf 62. Morris, Douglas W. 2005. On the roles of time, space, and habitat in a boreal small-mammal assemblage: predictably stochastic assembly. Oikos 109: 223-238. pdf 61. Morris, Douglas W. 2005. Habitat-dependent foraging in a classic predator-prey system: a fable from snowshoe hares. Oikos 109: 239-254. pdf


60. Morris, Douglas W., J. E. Diffendorfer and P. Lundberg. 2004. Dispersal among habitats varying in fitness: reciprocating migration through ideal habitat selection. Oikos 107: 559-575. pdf 59. Morris, Douglas W. and J. E. Diffendorfer. 2004. Reciprocating dispersal by habitat-selecting white-footed mice. Oikos 107: 549-558. pdf 58. Morris, Douglas W. 2004. Some crucial consequences of adaptive habitat selection by predators and prey: apparent mutualisms, competitive ghosts, habitat abandonment, and spatial structure. Israel Journal of Zoology 50: 207-232. pdf


57. Morris, Douglas W. 2003. Shadows of predation: habitat-selecting consumers eclipse competition between coexisting prey. Evolutionary Ecology 17: 393-422. pdf 56. Morris, Douglas W. 2003. Toward an ecological synthesis: a case for habitat selection. Oecologia 136: 1-13. pdf 55. Morris, Douglas W. 2003. How can we apply theories of habitat selection to wildlife conservation and management? Wildlife Research 30: 303-319. pdf


54. Morris, Douglas W., and S. R. Kingston. 2002. Predicting future threats to biodiversity from habitat selection by humans. Evolutionary Ecology Research 4: 787-810. pdf 53. Morris, Douglas W. 2002. Measuring the Allee effect: positive density dependence in small mammals. Ecology 83: 14-20. pdf


52. Davidson, D. L., and Douglas W. Morris. 2001. Effect of population density on the foraging effort of deer mice, Peromyscus maniculatus. Functional Ecology 15: 575-583. pdf 51. Morris, Douglas W., P. Lundberg, and J. Ripa. 2001. Hamilton's rule confronts ideal-free habitat selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 268: 291-294. pdf 50. Morris, Douglas W. 2001. Learning from the games animals play:using behavior to assess spatial structure and stochasticity in natural populations. Annales Zoologici Fennici 38: 37-53. pdf


49. Morris, Douglas W. 2000. Science and the conservation of biodiversity. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78: 2059-2060.pdf 48. Morris, Douglas W., and D. L. Davidson. 2000. Optimally foraging mice match patch use with habitat differences in fitness. Ecology 81: 2061-2066. pdf 47. Morris, Douglas W., D. L. Davidson, and C. J. Krebs. 2000. Measuring the ghost of competition: insights from density-dependent habitat selection on the coexistence and dynamics of lemmings. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2: 41-67. pdf 46. Morris, Douglas W., B. J. Fox, J. Luo, and V. Monamy. 2000. Habitat-dependent competition and the coexistence of Australian heathland rodents. Oikos 91: 294-306. pdf 45. Kingston, S. R., and Douglas W. Morris. 2000. Voles looking for an edge: habitat selection across forest ecotones. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78: 2174-2183. pdf


44. Morris, Douglas W. 1999. A haunting legacy of isoclines: mammal coexistence and the ghost of competition. Journal of Mammalogy 80: 375-384. pdf 43. Morris, Douglas W., J. S. Brown, and B. P. Kotler. 1999. The geographical ecology of mammals. Journal of Mammalogy 80: 329-332. pdf 42. Morris, Douglas W. 1999. Has the ghost of competition passed? Evolutionary Ecology Research 1: 3-20. pdf


41. Morris, Douglas W. 1998. State-dependent optimization of litter size. Oikos 83: 518-528. pdf


40. Morris, Douglas W. 1997. Optimally foraging deer mice in prairie mosaics: a test of habitat theory and absence of landscape effects. Oikos 80: 31-42. pdf 39. Morris, Douglas W., and L. Heidinga. 1997. Balancing the books on biodiversity. Conservation Biology 11: 287-289. pdf


38. Morris, Douglas W. 1996. Coexistence of specialist and generalist rodents via habitat selection. Ecology 77: 2352-2364. pdf 37. Morris, Douglas W. 1996. Temporal and spatial population dynamics among patches connected by habitat selection. Oikos 75: 207-219. pdf 36. Morris, Douglas W. 1996. State-dependent life histories, Mountford's hypothesis, and the evolution of brood size. Journal of Animal Ecology 65: 43-52. pdf 35. Morris, Douglas W. 1996. State-dependent life history and senescence of white-footed mice. Invited paper. Écoscience 3: 1-6. pdf 34. Morris, Douglas W., and T. W. Knight. 1996. Can consumer-resource dynamics explain patterns of guild assembly? American Naturalist 147: 558-575. pdf 33. Morris, Douglas W., and P. Lundberg. 1996. The distribution and abundance of mammals: density dependence in time and space. Oikos 75: 162-163. pdf 32. Knight, T. W., and Douglas W. Morris. 1996. How many habitats do landscapes contain? Ecology 77:1756-1764. pdf


31. Morris, Douglas W. 1995. Habitat selection in mosaic landscapes. In Hansson, L., L. Fahrig, and G. Merriam (eds) Mosaic Landscapes and Ecological Processes, Chapman and Hall, New York. pp. 110-135. pdf 30. Morris, Douglas W. 1995. Earth's peeling veneer of life. Nature 373: 25. pdf


29. Morris, Douglas W. 1994. Habitat matching: alternatives and implications to populations and communities. Evolutionary Ecology 8: 387-406. pdf


28. Morris, Douglas W. 1992. Optimum brood size: tests of alternative hypotheses. Evolution 46: 1848-1861. pdf 27. Morris, Douglas W. and J. S. Brown. 1992. The role of habitat selection in landscape ecology. Evolutionary Ecology 6: 357-359. pdf 26. Morris, Douglas W. 1992. Scales and costs of habitat selection in heterogeneous landscapes. Evolutionary Ecology 6: 412-432. pdf 25. Morris, Douglas W. 1992. Environmental networks, compensating life histories, and habitat selection by white-footed mice. Evolutionary Ecology 6: 1-14. pdf


24. Morris, Douglas W. 1991. Fitness and patch selection by white-footed mice. American Naturalist 138: 702-716. pdf 23. Morris, Douglas W. 1991. On the evolutionary stability of dispersal to sink habitats. American Naturalist 137: 907-911. pdf


22. Morris, Douglas W. 1990. Temporal variation, habitat selection and community structure. Oikos 59: 303-312. pdf 21. Fox, B. J. and Douglas W. Morris. 1990. Temporal changes in mammalian communities. Oikos 59: 289. pdf


20. Morris, Douglas W. 1989. The effect of spatial scale on patterns of habitat use: red-backed voles as an empirical model of local abundance for northern mammals. "Patterns in the structure of mammalian communities". Special Publication of the Museum, Texas Tech University 28: 23-32. pdf 19. Morris, Douglas W. 1989. Habitat-dependent estimates of competitive interaction. Oikos 55: 111-120. pdf 18. Morris, Douglas W. 1989. Density-dependent habitat selection: testing the theory with fitness data. Evolutionary Ecology 3: 80-94. pdf


17. Morris, Douglas W. 1988. Habitat-dependent population regulation and community structure. Evolutionary Ecology 2: 253-269. pdf


16. Morris, Douglas W. 1987. Spatial scale and the cost of density-dependent habitat selection. Evolutionary Ecology 1: 379-388. pdf 15. Morris, Douglas W. 1987. Tests of density-dependent habitat selection in a patchy environment. Ecological Monographs 57: 269-281. pdf 14. Morris, Douglas W. 1987. Optimal allocation of parental investment. Oikos 49: 332-339. pdf 13. Morris, Douglas W. 1987. Ecological scale and habitat use. Ecology 68: 362-369. pdf


12. Morris, Douglas W. 1986. Proximate and ultimate controls on life history variation: the evolution of litter-size in white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus). Evolution 40: 169-181. pdf


11. Hutchings, Jeffrey A., and Douglas W. Morris. 1985. The influence of phylogeny, size and behavior on patterns of covariation in salmonid life histories. Oikos 45: 118-124. pdf 10. Morris, Douglas W. 1985. Natural selection for reproductive optima. Oikos 45: 290-292. pdf 9. Morris, Douglas W. 1985. Quantitative population ecology: elegant models or simplistic biology? Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications 21: 193-197. pdf


8. Morris, Douglas W. 1984. Sexual differences in habitat use by small mammals: evolutionary strategy or reproductive constraint? Oecologia 65: 51-57. pdf 7. Morris, Douglas W. 1984. Rodent population cycles: life history adjustments to age-specific dispersal strategies and intrinsic time lags. Oecologia 64: 8-13. pdf 6. Morris, Douglas W. 1984. Microhabitat separation of two temperate zone rodents. Canadian Field Naturalist 8: 215-218. pdf 5. Morris, Douglas W. 1984. Patterns and scale of habitat use in two temperate-zone small mammalfaunas. Canadian Journal of Zoology 62: 1540-1547. pdf


4. Morris, Douglas W. 1983. Multinomial expectation: an alternative to 2 X 2 presence-absence tests of species association. Evolutionary Theory 6: 275-279. pdf 3. Morris, Douglas W. 1983. Field tests of competitive interference for space among temperate-zone rodents. Canadian Journal of Zoology 61: 1517-1523. pdf


2. Morris, Douglas W. 1982. Age-specific dispersal strategies in iteroparous species: who leaves when? Evolutionary Theory 6: 53-65. pdf


1. Morris, Douglas W. 1979. Microhabitat utilization and species distribution of sympatric small mammals in southwestern Ontario. American Midland Naturalist 101: 373-384. pdf


11. Morris, Douglas W. and P. Lundberg (editors). 2016.
On the adaptive evolution of extinction.
Evolutionary Ecology Research 17:737-847. introduction

10.  Morris, Douglas W. and P. Lundberg.  2011.
Pillars of evolution.
Oxford University Press.

9.  Morris, Douglas W. (editor).  2009.
Whither the future of ecology and evolution?
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 55: 183-231.

8.  Morris, Douglas W., R. Clark, and M. S. Boyce (editors).  2008.
Habitat and habitat selection:  theory, tests, and implications.
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 54:279-474.

7.  Kotler, B. P., Douglas W. Morris, and J. S. Brown (editors).  2007.
Behavioral indicators and conservation.
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 53:237-460.

6.  Kotler, B. P., J. S. Brown and Douglas W. Morris (editors).  2001.
Foraging and other evolutionary games in mammals.
Annales Zoologici Fennici 38:1-98.

5.  Morris, Douglas W., J. S. Brown and B. P. Kotler (organizers).  1999.
The geographical ecology of mammals.
Journal of Mammalogy 80:

4.  Morris, Douglas W., and P. Lundberg (editors).  1996.
Density dependence in space and time.
Oikos 75:162-163.

3.  Morris, Douglas W., and J. S. Brown (editors).  1992.
The role of habitat selection in landscape ecology.
Evolutionary Ecology 6:357-447.

2.  Fox, B. J., and Douglas W. Morris (editors).  1990.
Temporal changes in mammalian communities.
Oikos 59:289-342.

1.  Morris, Douglas W., Z. Abramsky, B. Fox and M. R. Willig (editors). 1989.
Patterns in the structure of mammalian communities.
Special Publication of The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.


30. Morris, Douglas W. 2022.
Canada and Ontario's misguided green gamble: Model T or Edsel?
Toronto Star 9 November 2022. Opinion

29. Morris, Douglas W. 2022.
Born of necessity and purpose: formation (and future?) of the CSEE/SCEE.
Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution Bulletin March 2022. Bulletin

28. Canadian Science Publising. 2021.
Influencer science.
Medium. plain language summary

27. Morris, Douglas W. 2020.
Death by download: the problem of misguided bureaucracy.
University Affairs. pdf

26. Morris, Douglas W. 2020.
Time-averaging voles match density with long-term habitat quality.
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. photo article

25. Canadain Science Publishing. 2019.
How do snowshoe hares manage the risk of being eaten?
Medium. plain language summary

24. Canadian Science Publishing. 2018.
Snowshoe hares are more vigilant when feeding in the safety of dense shrubs than they are in risky open habitat.
Medium. plain language summary

23. MORRIS, Douglas W., D. L. Murray, H. MacIsaac, C. Lavoie, P. Leavitt, M. Masson and M.-A. Villard. 2016.
Anomalies in NSERC's evaluation process require immediate attention. 
University Affairs. article

22. Morris, Douglas W. 2016.
Comment on Ecological Society of America 100 notable papers. 2016. Population ecology of some warblers of northeastern coniferous forests.

21. Start, D. and Douglas W. Morris. 2014. 
Risky business. 
Nature Northwest 68: 14-15. pdf

20. Polar Continental Shelf Program. 2014. 
Arctic lemmings: keystone species in a changing environment. 
Polar Continental Shelf Program Science Report 2012 & 2013: 18-19. pdf

19. Morris, Douglas W. 2013.
Research roundtable: fighting fraudulent claims.
International Innovation Magazine, February 2013: 75.

18. Research Media. 2013.
Habitual learning.
Project: Internatinal Innovation Magazine, February 2013:107-109.

17.  Reid, D. G., F. Bilodeau, A. Dupuch, D. Ehrich, G. Gauthier, A. J. Kenney, C. J. Krebs, Douglas W. Morris,
N. M. Schmidt, B. Sittler and E. Soininen.  2011.
Chapter 3.  Small mammals.  Pp 14-27 In Gauthier, G. and D. Berteaux (eds).
Arctic WOLVES: Arctic Wildlife Observatories Linking Vulnerable EcoSystems.
Final synthesis report. Centre d'etudes nordiques, Universite Laval, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

16.  Legagneux, P., N. Lecompte, G. Gauthier, J.-R. Julien, C. J. Krebs, Douglas W. Morris, N. M. Schmidt and N.G. Yoccoz. 2011.
Chapter 9.  Tundra food webs. Pp. 88-99 In Gauthier, G. and D. Berteaux (eds).
Arctic WOLVES: Arctic Wildlife Observatories Linking Vulnerable EcoSystems.
Final synthesis report. Centre d'etudes nordiques, Universite Laval, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

15.  Morris, Douglas W.  2011.
On the role of university size in the assessment of NSERC Discovery Grant applications.
Report for the Committee on  Grants and Scholarships, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.  Pp. 1-12.

14. Morris, Douglas W.  2009.
Life history and multi-level selection in academe.
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution: 55: 391-392.

13. Morris, Douglas W. 2010.
President's Message:  The Value of (a Scientific) Society.
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Bulletin 7:1-2.pdf

12. Morris, Douglas W.  2009.
President's Message:  Volunteer for Science.
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Bulletin 6:1-2.pdf

11. Morris, Douglas W.  2009.
President's Message: The SPECIES Project.
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Bulletin 5:1-3.pdf

10.  Morris, Douglas W.  2008.
President's Message: R & R in the E & E.
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Bulletin 4:1-3.pdf

9.  Morris, Douglas W.  2002.
President's Address: Silos and umbrellas in Ottawa's bureaucratic lek.
Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists. 33: 4-6.article

8.  Morris, Douglas W.  2001.
President's Address: Celebrating Canada's biodiversity.
Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists 32:4-6.article

7.  Morris, Douglas W., N. Bernier, J. Hutchings, J. Millar, and F. Whoriskey. 1998.
Final Report: Task Force on Government Relations and Policy Matters.
Canadian Society of Zoologists.  pp. 1-9.

6.  Kirkland, G. L. Jr., Douglas W. Morris, and K. Van Fleet.  1993.
Report and action plan for eastern North America.
Report to the Species Survival Commission, International Union for the Conservation of nature.  pp. 1-42.

5.  Morris, Douglas W., S. Bondrup-Nielsen, J. S. Millar, and D. Thomas. 1992.
Rodent conservation in eastern Canada.
Report to the Rodent Specialists Group, Species Survival Commission, International Union for the Conservation of Nature.  pp. 1-27.

4.  Morris, Douglas W.  1991.
Design and selection criteria for nature reserves: a conservation strategy for Newfoundland and Labrador. 
Protected Areas Association of Newfoundland and Labrador.  pp. 1-31.

3.  Morris, Douglas W.  1986.
Depressed population densities of Newfoundland willow ptarmigan.
Report to Newfoundland Wildlife Division, 12 March, 1986.  pp. 1-16.

2.  Morris, Douglas W., and R. L. Haedrich.  1983.
A student guide to optimal research strategies.
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Department of Biology Booklet. pp.1-8.

1. Morris, Douglas W.  1980.
The 1980 dispersal symposium - a poetic review.
Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists 11:8.