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Dietz, S., K.F. Beazley, C.J. Lemieux, C.C. St. Clair, L. Coristine, E. Higgs, R. Smith, M. Pellatt, C. Beaty, E. Cheskey, S.J. Cooke, L. Crawford, R. Davis, G. Forbes, F. Gadallah, P. Kendall, N. Mandrak, F. Moola, S. Parker, J. Quayle, J.C. Ray, K. Richardson, K. Smith, J. Snider, J.P. Smol, W.J. Sutherland, A. Vallillee, L. White and A. Woodley. In Press. Emerging issues for protected and conserved areas in Canada. FACETS Journal. 00:000-000.
Peiman, K.S., H.Y. Lin, M. Power, S.G. Hinch, D.A. Patterson and S.J. Cooke. In Press. Effects of short-term decomposition on isotope values of fish tissues under natural conditions. Aquatic Ecology. 00:000-000.
Rytwinski, T., S.L.A. Öckerman, J.J. Taylor, J.R. Bennett, M.J. Muir, J.R.B. Miller, A. Pokempner, W.Y. Lam, R.S.A. Pickles and S.J. Cooke. In Press. What is the evidence that counter-wildlife crime interventions are effective for conserving African, Asian, and Latin American wildlife directly threatened by exploitation? A Systematic Map Protocol. Ecological Solutions and Evidence. 00:000-000.