Boyce Lab

Congrats to Mark for reaching a h-index of 100!

Earlier this month, Dr. Mark Boyce finally reached a h-index of 100! The Boyce lab had a party celebrate!

The following 4 papers reached over 100 citations at the same time allowing Mark to reach a h-index of 100!

  • Brown, J.A., Boyce, M.S. (1998), Line transect sampling of Karner blue butterflies ( Lycaeides melissa samuelis). Environmental and Ecological Statistics5, 81–91).
  • L. Roever, M.S. Boyce, G.B. Stenhouse. (2008) Grizzly bears and forestry: I: Road vegetation and placement as an attractant to grizzly bears, Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 256, Issue 6, Pages 1253-1261,
  • Muhly TB, Hebblewhite M, Paton D, Pitt JA, Boyce MS, Musiani M. (2013), Humans Strengthen Bottom-Up Effects and Weaken Trophic Cascades in a Terrestrial Food Web. PLoS ONE 8(5): e64311.
  • Shafer, A.B.A., Northrup, J.M., White, K.S., Boyce, M.S., Côté, S.D. and Coltman, D.W. (2012), Habitat selection predicts genetic relatedness in an alpine ungulate. Ecology, 93: 1317-1329.


Be sure to check out Mark’s ORCiD profile to see all the papers he has published over his lengthy career!


Congratulations Mark for this amazing accomplishment that only few academics reach!

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