Jorge Gaitan

McGill University
M.Sc. candidate

Supervisor: Virginie Millien
Start: 2012-09-01
End: 2014-12-15


The effects of parasite load and stress levels on the movement and dispersal patterns of the white-footed mouse within a fragmented landscape.
For my project, my main objective is to evaluate the effect of parasitism in relation with habitat fragmentation on the movement and dispersal of the white-footed mouse. I used radio collars to track mice movement in the field.


Home range, dispersal, white-footed mouse, Peromyscus leucopus, Telemetry