Publications

Klingbeil, B. T., F. A. La Sorte, C. A. Lepczyk, D. Fink, and C. H. Flather (2019). Geographical associations with anthropogenic noise pollution for North American breeding birds. Global Ecology and Biogeography:geb.13016.
Newcombe, P. B., C. Nilsson, T.-Y. Lin, K. Winner, G. Bernstein, S. Maji, D. Sheldon, A. Farnsworth, and K. G. Horton (2019). Migratory flight on the Pacific Flyway: Strategies and tendencies of wind drift compensation. Biology Letters 15:1–10.
Rodewald, A. D. (2019). Since 1970, We’ve Lost Nearly One-Third of North American Birds. The Hill.
Koenig, W. D., E. L. Walters, P. B. Stacey, M. T. Stanback, and R. L. Mumme (2019). Acorn Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus) version 2.0. The Birds of North America. https://doi.org/10.2173/bna.acowoo.02
Rosenberg, K. V., A. M. Dokter, P. J. Blancher, J. R. Sauer, A. C. Smith, P. A. Smith, J. C. Stanton, A. Panjabi, L. Helft, M. Parr, and P. P. Marra (2019). Decline of the North American avifauna. Science:eaaw1313.
Clucas, G. V., R. N. Lou, N. O. Therkildsen, and A. I. Kovach (2019). Novel signals of adaptive genetic variation in northwestern Atlantic cod revealed by whole‐genome sequencing. Evolutionary Applications:eva.12861.
Bennett, R. E., A. D. Rodewald, K. V. Rosenberg, R. Chandler, L. Chavarria-Duriaux, J. A. Gerwin, D. I. King, and J. L. Larkin (2019). Drivers of variation in migration behavior for a linked population of long-distance migratory passerine. The Auk:ukz051.
Péron, G., J. M. Calabrese, O. Duriez, C. H. Fleming, R. García-Jiménez, A. Johnston, S. Lambertucci, K. Safi, and E. L. C. Shepard (2019). The challenges of estimating the distribution of flight heights from telemetry or altimetry data. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/751271
Lin, T.-Y., K. Winner, G. Bernstein, A. Mittal, A. M. Dokter, K. G. Horton, C. Nilsson, B. M. V. Doren, A. Farnsworth, F. A. L. Sorte, S. Maji, and D. Sheldon (2019). MistNet: Measuring historical bird migration in the US using archived weather radar data and convolutional neural networks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 0.
Gomes, C., X. Fern, D. Fink, D. Fisher, A. Flecker, D. Freund, A. Fuller, J. Gregoire, J. Hopcroft, S. Kelling, Z. Kolter, et al. (2019). Computational sustainability: Computing for a better world and a sustainable future. Communications of the ACM 62:56–65.
Billerman, S. M., and J. Walsh (2019). Historical DNA as a tool to address key questions in avian biology and evolution: A review of methods, challenges, applications, and future directions. Molecular Ecology Resources:1755–0998.13066.
Calhim, S., S. Pruett-Jones, M. S. Webster, and M. Rowe (2019). Asymmetries in reproductive anatomy: Insights from promiscuous songbirds. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society:1–14.
Ballen, C. J., S. M. Aguillon, A. Awwad, A. E. Bjune, D. Challou, A. G. Drake, M. Driessen, A. Ellozy, V. E. Ferry, E. E. Goldberg, W. Harcombe, et al. (2019). Smaller Classes Promote Equitable Student Participation in STEM. BioScience 69:669–680.
Warrick, P. A., V. Lostanlen, and M. Nabhan Homsi (2019). Hybrid scattering-LSTM networks for automated detection of sleep arousals. Physiological Measurement 40:074001.
Martell, J. E. M., and A. D. Rodewald (2019). Precision or Persuasion? The Science of Communicating Environmental Crises. The Hill.
Koenig, W. D., E. L. Walters, and S. Barve (2019). Does helping-at-the-nest help? The case of the Acorn Woodpecker. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7:272.
Andén, J., V. Lostanlen, and S. Mallat (2019). Joint time-frequency scattering. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 67:3704–3718.
Pecl, G. T., J. Stuart-Smith, P. Walsh, D. J. Bray, M. Kusetic, M. Burgess, S. D. Frusher, D. C. Gledhill, O. George, G. Jackson, J. Keane, et al. (2019). Redmap Australia: Challenges and successes with a large-scale citizen science-based approach to ecological monitoring and community engagement on climate change. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:349.
Lostanlen, V., and F. Hecker (2019). The shape of RemiXXXes to come: Audio texture synthesis with time-frequency scattering. arXiv:1906.09334.
García, N. C. (2019). What have we recently learned about song learning and social interactions? Behavioral Ecology:arz098.
Sullivan, S. M. P., M. C. Rains, and A. D. Rodewald (2019). Opinion: The proposed change to the definition of “waters of the United States” flouts sound science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116:11558–11561.
Vitousek, M. N., C. C. Taff, T. A. Ryan, and C. Zimmer (2019). Stress Resilience and the Dynamic Regulation of Glucocorticoids. Integrative and Comparative Biology:icz087.
Vitousek, M. N., C. C. Taff, T. A. Ryan, and C. Zimmer (2019). Stress resilience and the dynamic regulation of glucocorticoids. Integrative and Comparative Biology 59:251–263.
Singh, A., S. K. Gupta, P. Alström, D. Mohan, D. M. Hooper, R. S. Kumar, D. Bhatt, P. Singh, and T. D. Price (2019). Taxonomy of cryptic species in the Cyornis rubeculoides complex in the Indian subcontinent. Ibis:ibi.12735.
Rodewald, A. D. (2019). Tackling Climate Change: How Lawmakers Are Facing Environmental Injustice. The Hill.
Schuetz, J. G., and A. Johnston (2019). Characterizing the cultural niches of North American birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116:10868–10873.
Clucas, G. V., L. A. Kerr, S. X. Cadrin, D. R. Zemeckis, G. D. Sherwood, D. Goethel, Z. Whitener, and A. I. Kovach (2019). Adaptive genetic variation underlies biocomplexity of Atlantic cod in the Gulf of Maine and on Georges Bank. PLOS ONE 14:e0216992.
Campagna, L., K. G. McCracken, and I. J. Lovette (2019). Gradual evolution towards flightlessness in steamer ducks. Evolution 73:1916–1926.
Lostanlen, V. (2019). Une ou deux composantes ? La r’eponse de la diffusion en ondelettes. arXiv:1905.08601.
Lostanlen, V., J. Salamon, A. Farnsworth, S. Kelling, and J. P. Bello (2019). Robust sound event detection in bioacoustic sensor networks. arXiv:1905.08352.
Riebel, K., K. J. Odom, N. E. Langmore, and M. L. Hall (2019). New insights from female bird song: Towards an integrated approach to studying male and female communication roles. Biology Letters 15:20190059.
Kim, K.-W., B. C. Jackson, H. Zhang, D. P. L. Toews, S. A. Taylor, E. I. Greig, I. J. Lovette, M. M. Liu, A. Davison, S. C. Griffith, K. Zeng, and T. Burke (2019). Genetics and evidence for balancing selection of a sex-linked colour polymorphism in a songbird. Nature Communications. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-09806-6
Winger Benjamin M., Weeks Brian C., Farnsworth Andrew, Jones Andrew W., Hennen Mary, and Willard David E. (2019). Nocturnal flight-calling behaviour predicts vulnerability to artificial light in migratory birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286:20190364.
Miller, E. T., G. M. Leighton, B. G. Freeman, A. C. Lees, and R. A. Ligon (2019). Ecological and geographical overlap drive plumage evolution and mimicry in woodpeckers. Nature Communications 10:1602.
Vitousek, M. N., M. A. Johnson, C. J. Downs, E. T. Miller, L. B. Martin, C. D. Francis, J. W. Donald, M. J. Fuxjager, W. Goymann, M. Hau, J. F. Husak, et al. (2019). Macroevolutionary patterning in glucocorticoids suggests different selective pressures shape baseline and stress-Induced levels. The American Naturalist:703112.
Briggs, L., N. Trautmann, and T. Phillips (2019). Exploring challenges and lessons learned in cross-cultural environmental education research. Evaluation and Program Planning 73:156–162.
Rodewald, A. D., J. Bennett, P. Arcese, R. Schuster, and S. Wilson (2019). How birders helped pinpoint hotspots for migratory bird conservation. The Conversation. [Online.] Available at http://theconversation.com/how-birders-helped-pinpoint-hotspots-for-migratory-bird-conservation-115289.
Thompson, M. (2019). Ruby’s Birds. Cornell Lab Publishing Group.
Thompson, M. (2019). Ruby’s Birds. Cornell Lab Publishing Group, North Carolina.
Diaz, L. F. H., L. J. Harmon, M. T. C. Sugawara, E. T. Miller, and M. W. Pennell (2019). Macroevolutionary diversification rates show time dependency. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences:7403–7408.
Dayer, A. A., C. Rosenblatt, D. N. Bonter, H. Faulkner, R. J. Hall, W. M. Hochachka, T. B. Phillips, and D. M. Hawley (2019). Observations at backyard bird feeders influence the emotions and actions of people that feed birds. People and Nature 1:138–151.
Barrow, L. N., S. M. McNew, N. Mitchell, S. C. Galen, H. L. Lutz, H. Skeen, T. Valqui, J. D. Weckstein, and C. C. Witt (2019). Deeply conserved susceptibility in a multi‐host, multi‐parasite system. Ecology Letters:ele.13263.
Wauchope, H., T. Amano, W. Sutherland, and A. Johnston (2019). When can we trust population trends? A method for quantifying the effects of sampling interval and duration. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/498170
Gulson-Castillo, E. R., T. M. Pegan, E. I. Greig, J. M. Hite, J. P. Hruska, J. A. Kapoor, S. C. Orzechowski, J. R. Shipley, and D. W. Winkler (2019). Notes on nesting, territoriality and behaviour of broadbills (Eurylaimidae, Calyptomenidae) and pittas (Pittidae) in Tawau Hills Park, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 139:8.
Johnston, A., W. Hochachka, M. Strimas-Mackey, V. R. Gutierrez, O. Robinson, E. Miller, T. Auer, S. Kelling, and D. Fink (2019). Best practices for making reliable inferences from citizen science data: Case study using eBird to estimate species distributions. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/574392
Aguillon, S. M. (2019). Fighting through the gray. Science 363:1114–1114.
Kelling, S., A. Johnston, A. Bonn, D. Fink, V. Ruiz-Gutierrez, R. Bonney, M. Fernandez, W. M. Hochachka, R. Julliard, R. Kraemer, and R. Guralnick (2019). Using Semistructured Surveys to Improve Citizen Science Data for Monitoring Biodiversity. BioScience 69:170–179.
Gamelon, M., S. J. G. Vriend, S. Engen, F. Adriaensen, A. A. Dhondt, S. R. Evans, E. Matthysen, B. C. Sheldon, and B.-E. Saether (2019). Accounting for interspecific competition and age structure in demographic analyses of density dependence improves predictions of fluctuations in population size. Ecology Letters 22:797–806.
McNew, S. M., S. A. Knutie, G. B. Goodman, A. Theodosopoulos, A. Saulsberry, J. Yépez R., S. E. Bush, and D. H. Clayton (2019). Annual environmental variation influences host tolerance to parasites. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286:20190049.
Rodewald, A. D. (2019). National security and the nexus of climate, conflict, and migration. The Hill.

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