Jane Margaret Waterman
Assoc. Head Grad/Professor
|Office||424 Bio-Sci Bldg.|
You can find more information at my personal website .
Research InterestsBiodiversity, Ecology and Environment, Evolution of sociality and mating systems, influence of sexual selection on morphology, behaviour, diseases & parasites, evolution of cooperative breeding
- Ewacha M, Kaapehi C, Waterman JM, Roth JD. (2016). Cape ground squirrels as ecosystem engineers: modifying habitat for plants, small mammals, and beetles in the Namib Desert. African Journal of Ecology 54, 68-75.
- Manjerovic MB, Waterman JM. (2015). . 'Failure to launch': Is there a reproductive cost to males living at home?. Journal of Mammalogy 96 (1), 144-150.
- Yunik M, Waterman JM, Galloway TD (2015). Seasonal changes in the infestation parameters of the sucking louse, Linognathoides laeviusculus (Phthiraptera: Anoplura: Linognathidae), infesting Richardson’s ground squirrel (Rodentia: Sciuridae) in Manitoba. The Canadian Entomologist. In Press
- Phillips MA, Waterman JM (2014). Anti-snake behaviour in a facultative cooperative breeder, the Cape ground squirrel. Behaviour 151, 1735-1758.
- Waterman JM, Machlin GA, Enright C (2014). . Sex-biased parasitism in Richardson’s ground squirrels (Urocitellus richardsonii) depends on the parasite examined. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92, 73-79.