Included here, are some of my photos that have appeared on various journal covers.

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2017 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. 2017. Use of fine-textured, mineral-rich soils by a Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus) in north-central British Columbia. American Midland Naturalist 178:290-297. [View Online]

Scheideman, M.C., R.V. Rea, G. Hesse, L. Soong, C.J. Green, C. Sample, and A. Booth. 2017. Use of wildlife camera traps to aid in wildlife management planning at airports. Journal of Airport Management 11:408-419. [View Online]

Rea, R.V., O. Hjeljord and P. Langen. 2017. Conifer diet choices made by Mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) of north central British Columbia during a cafeteria-style feeding trial. Northwest Science 91:90-99. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., K.N. Child, D.A. Aitken. 2017. Seeing the forests for their hoofage and stumpage values. BC Forest Professional 24:18-19. [PDF]

2016 Back to Top

Rea, R.V., C.J. Johnson, B. Murray, D. Hodder and S. Crowley. 2016. Timing moose pellet collections to increase genotyping success of fecal DNA. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 7:461-466. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., J.D. Svendsen, and H.B. Massicotte. 2016. Combining photography and a geographic information system to measure winter browse use. Alces 52:1-6. [PDF]

2015 Back to Top

Rea, R.V., O. Hjeljord, M. Gillingham. 2015. Factors influencing the use of willow and birch by moose in winter. European Journal of Wildlife Research 61:231-239. [PDF]

2014 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. 2014. A preliminary assessment of moose (Alces alces) winter diets in the Aleza Lake Research Forest in north-central British Columbia. Wildlife Afield 11:50-53. [PDF]

Hodder, D. C. Johnson, R.V. Rea, A. Zedrosser. 2014. Application of a species distribution model to identify and manage bear den habitat in central British Columbia, Canada. Wildlife Biology 20:238-245. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., C. Johnson and S. Emmons. 2014. Characterizing Moose-Related Vehicular Collision Hotspots in Northern British Columbia. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:46-58. [PDF]

2013 Back to Top

Rea, R.V., O. Hjeljord, S. Härkönen. 2013. Differential selection of North American and Scandinavian conifer browse by northwestern moose (Alces alces andersoni) in winter. Acta Theriologica. DOI 10.1007/s13364-013-0170-9. [View Online]

Hodder, D.P., Rea, R. V. and S. Crowley. 2013. Forage content and diet overlap of sympatric mule deer, moose, and elk in mule deer winter range areas of north-central British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Wildlife Biology and Management 2:43-50. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., C.L. Stumpf, and D. P. Hodder. 2013. Visitations by snowshoe hares (Lepus americanus) to and possible geophagy of materials from an iron-rich excavation in north-central British Columbia. Canadian Field Naturalist 127:26-30. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., D. Hodder and K. Child. 2013. Year-round activity patterns of moose (Alces alces) at a natural mineral lick in north central British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Wildlife Biology and Management 2:36-41. [PDF]

Thompson, M. and R.V. Rea. 2013. Rana sylvatica (Wood Frog) Leucism. Herpetological Review 44:128-129. [PDF]

2012 Back to Top

Rea, R. V. 2012. The infuence of Willow (Salix sp.) rose insect galls on Moose (Alces alces) winter browsing. Canadian Field Naturalist 126:189-193. [PDF]

Aitken, D.A., K.N. Child, R.V. Rea, and O.G. Hjeljord. 2012. Age, sex and seasonal differences of carcass weights of moose from the central interior of British Columbia: A comparative analysis. Alces 48:105-122. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. and A.L. Booth. 2012. Mid-winter use of aspen bark by moose in a favorable and browse abundant environment. Wildlife Afield 8:104-107. [PDF]

McDonald, A.M.H., R. V. Rea and G. Hesse. 2012. Perceptions of moose-human conflicts in an urban environment. Alces 48:123-130. [PDF]

Hesse, G., R.V. Rea, A. Booth and C. Green. 2012. Wildlife Sightings at Western Canadian Regional Airports: Implications for Risk Analyses. Human Dimensions in Wildlife Management 17:295-300. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. 2012. Road Safety Implications of Moose Inhabiting an Urban-Rural Interface. Urban Habitats 7:8pp. [View Online | PDF]

2011 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. and A.L. Booth. 2011. Mid-winter use of aspen bark by moose in a favorable and browse abundant environment. Wildlife Afield 8:104-107. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. 2011. Impacts of moose (Alces alces) browsing on paper birch (Betula papyrifera) morphology and potential timber quality. Silva Fennica 45:227-236. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., D.P. Hodder and I. Lücke. 2011. Douglas fir clippings by American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus): a potential winter food source for mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus). Northwestern Naturalist 92:72-76. [PDF]

2010 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. and H.B. Massicotte. 2010. Viewing plant systematics through a lens of plant compensatory growth. The American Biology Teacher 72:540-543. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. and M.S. Schneider. 2010. Agitation and Hyperactivity of Moose and Elk at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Shelter in Response to Removal of Temporary Feeding Stations. Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation 30:23-26. [PDF]

Child, K.N., D.A. Aitken and R.V. Rea. 2010. Morphometry of moose antlers in central British Columbia. Alces 46:123-134. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., K.N. Child and D.A. Aitken. 2010. You Tube insights into moose-train interactions. Alces 46:183-187. [PDF]

Child, K.N., D.A. Aitken, R.V. Rea and R.A. Demarchi. 2010. Potential vulnerability of bull moose in central British Columbia to three antler-based hunting regulations. Alces 46:113-121. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., K.N. Child, D.P. Spata, and D. MacDonald. 2010. Road and rail side vegetation management implications of habitat use by moose relative to brush cutting season. Environmental Management 46:101-109. [PDF]

Hesse, G., R.V. Rea, N.A. Klassen, S. Emmons and D. Dickson. 2010. Evaluating the potential of the Otto Wildlife GPS device to record roadside moose and deer locations for use in wildlife vehicle collision mitigation planning. Wildlife Biology in Practice 6:1-13. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., D.P. Hodder, O. Hjeljord and A. Langen. 2010. Paper birch (Betula papyrifera) shoot selection by moose (Alces alces) following a forest-cleaning experiment. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 25:157-163. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., D. P. Hodder, J. Trelenberg and T. M. O’Brien. 2010. The use of stereoscopic photography to estimate browse use by large ungulates. Northwest Science 84:103-108. [PDF]

Hesse, G., R.V. Rea and A. Booth. 2010. Wildlife management practices at western Canadian airports. Journal of Air Transport Management 16:185-190. [PDF]

2009 Back to Top

Rea, R. V. 2009. Untangling some webs of naturalism from the scientific method. Wildlife Afield 6:162-163. [PDF]

Carson, A.W., R.V. Rea and A.L. Fredeen. 2009. Compensatory shoot growth in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in response to simulated browsing. Alces 45:101-108. [PDF]

Hooper, J. and R.V. Rea. 2009. The use of an orthotic casting foam as a track-plate medium for wildlife research and monitoring. Wildlife Biology 15:1-7. [PDF]

2008 Back to Top

Klassen, N.A. and R.V. Rea. 2008. What do we know about nocturnal activity of moose? Alces 44:101-109. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. and M.P. Gillingham. 2008. Effects of plant compensation across sites on regression estimates of shoot biomass and length. Alces 44:21-30. [PDF]

2007 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. and K.N. Child. 2007. Wildlife Data Center Featured Species – Moose. Wildlife Afield 4:285-317. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. 2007. Mining and geophagy of root wad soils by moose in winter. Wildlife Afield 4:86-87. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. 2007. Lecture, ticket or toe tag?: Roadside wildlife requires more than a passing thought. The Gazette of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 69:30-31. [PDF]

Hodder, D.P. and R.V. Rea. 2007. Winter habitat use by River Otters (Lontra canadensis) in the John Prince Research Forest, Fort St. James, British Columbia. Wildlife Afield 3:111-116. [PDF]

Carson, A.W., R.V. Rea and A.L. Fredeen. 2007. Extent of stem dieback in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) as an indicator of time-since simulated browsing. Rangeland Ecology and Management 60:543-547. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. and M.P. Gillingham. 2007. Initial effects of brush-cutting and shoot removal on willow browse quality. Rangeland Ecology and Management 60:566-573. [PDF]

Rea, R.V., K.N. Child, D.P. Spata, and D. MacDonald. 2007. Influence of cutting time on brush response: Implications for herbivory in linear (transportation) corridors. Environmental Management 40:219-230. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. and D.P. Hodder. 2007. Improving a field school curriculum using modularized lessons and authentic case-based learning. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Science Education. 36:11-18. [PDF]

2006 Back to Top

Rea, R.V., E.K. Rapaport, D.P. Hodder, M.V. Hurley and N. A. Klassen. 2006. Using Wildlife Vehicle Collision Data, Expert Opinions and GPS Technology to More Accurately Predict and Mitigate Vehicular Collisions with Wildlife in Northern British Columbia. Wildlife Afield
3:111-116. [PDF]

2005 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. and R.V. Rea Sr. 2005. Of moose and mud. Public Roads 69:32-39. US Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, Washington DC. [PDF]

2004 Back to Top

Rea, R.V., D.P. Hodder and K.N. Child. 2004. Considerations for natural mineral licks used by moose in land use planning and development. Alces 40:161-167. [PDF]

2003 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. 2003. Modifying roadside vegetation management practices to reduce vehicular collisions with moose. Wildlife Biology
9:81-91. [PDF]

2002 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. 2002. Protecting wildlife from traffic. World Highways 11:31. [PDF]

2001 Back to Top

Rea, R.V. and M.P. Gillingham. 2001. The impact of the timing of brush management on the nutritional value of woody browse for moose Alces alces. Journal of Applied Ecology 38:710-719. [PDF]

Rea, R.V. 2001. Canadian nights: A chameleon tests the limits of the term "cold-blooded". Reptiles 9:100. [PDF]