2023 to Date


Aceves-Bueno, E., L. Davids, J. A. Rodriguez-Valencia, A. M. Jaramillo-Legorreta, E. Nieto-Garcia, G. Cárdenas-Hinojosa, E. Hidalgo-Pla, A. Bonilla-Garzón, A. J. Diaz-de-Leon, L. Rojas-Bracho, and M. A. Cisneros-Mata (2023). Derelict gear from an illegal fishery: Lessons from gear retrieval efforts in the Upper Gulf of California. Marine Policy 147:105387.
Allen, M. C., J. L. Lockwood, and O. J. Robinson (2023). Integrating habitat models for threatened species with landownership information to inform coastal resiliency and conservation planning. Environmental Conservation 50:31–39.
Baiz, M. D., A. Benavides C., E. T. Miller, A. W. Wood, and D. P. L. Toews (2023). Gut microbiome composition better reflects host phylogeny than diet diversity in breeding wood‐warblers. Molecular Ecology 32:518–536.
Barlow, D. R., H. Klinck, D. Ponirakis, T. A. Branch, and L. G. Torres (2023). Environmental conditions and marine heatwaves influence blue whale foraging and reproductive effort. Ecology and Evolution 13:e9770.
Becker-Klein, R., C. Davis, T. B. Phillips, V. D. Bianco, A. G. Nelson, and E. C. Ronning (2023). Using shared embedded assessment tools to understand participant skills: processes and lessons learned. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 8:20.
Berberi, I., E. T. Miller, and R. Dakin (2023). The effect of sociality on competitive interactions among birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 290:20221894.
Brooks, W. E., J. Boersma, N. Paprocki, P. Wimberger, and S. Hotaling (2023). Community science for enigmatic ecosystems: using eBird to assess avian biodiversity on glaciers and snowfields. Journal of Field Ornithology 94.
Brunk, K. M., R. J. Gutiérrez, M. Z. Peery, C. A. Cansler, S. Kahl, and C. M. Wood (2023). Quail on fire: changing fire regimes may benefit mountain quail in fire-adapted forests. Fire Ecology 19:19.
Chaplin-Kramer, R., R. A. Neugarten, R. P. Sharp, P. M. Collins, S. Polasky, D. Hole, R. Schuster, M. Strimas-Mackey, M. Mulligan, C. Brandon, S. Diaz, et al. (2023). Mapping the planet’s critical natural assets. Nature Ecology & Evolution 7:51–61.
Clink, D. J., I. Kier, A. H. Ahmad, and H. Klinck (2023). A workflow for the automated detection and classification of female gibbon calls from long-term acoustic recordings. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 11.
Cooper, N. W., B. C. Dossman, L. E. Berrigan, J. M. Brown, A. R. Brunner, H. E. Chmura, D. A. Cormier, C. Bégin-Marchand, A. D. Rodewald, P. D. Taylor, C. M. Tonra, et al. (2023). Songbirds initiate migratory flights synchronously relative to civil dusk. Movement Ecology 11:24.
Cooper, N. W., B. C. Dossman, L. E. Berrigan, J. M. Brown, D. A. Cormier, C. Bégin-Marchand, A. D. Rodewald, P. D. Taylor, J. A. Tremblay, and P. P. Marra (2023). Atmospheric pressure predicts probability of departure for migratory songbirds. Movement Ecology 11:23.
Davis, C. L., D. J. Muñoz, S. M. Amburgey, C. R. Dinsmore, E. W. Teitsworth, and D. A. W. Miller (2023). Multistate model to estimate sex‐specific dispersal rates and distances for a wetland‐breeding amphibian population. Ecosphere 14.
Davis, C. L., R. P. Guralnick, and E. F. Zipkin (2023). Challenges and opportunities for using natural history collections to estimate insect population trends. Journal of Animal Ecology 92:237–249.
Deitsch, J. F., and S. A. Kaiser (2023). Artificial light at night increases top-down pressure on caterpillars: experimental evidence from a light-naive forest. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 290:20230153.
Dossman, B. C., A. D. Rodewald, C. E. Studds, and P. P. Marra (2023). Migratory birds with delayed spring departure migrate faster but pay the costs. Ecology 104.
Dunn, P. O., I. Ahmed, E. Armstrong, N. Barlow, M. A. Barnard, M. Belisle, T. J. Benson, L. L. Berzins, C. K. Boynton, T. A. Brown, M. Cady, et al. (2023). Extensive regional variation in the phenology of insects and their response to temperature across North America. Ecology.
Eberts, E. R., G. J. Tattersall, P. J. Auger, M. Curley, M. I. Morado, E. G. Strauss, D. R. Powers, N. C. Soveral, B. W. Tobalske, and A. Shankar (2023). Free-living Allen's hummingbirds (Selasphorus sasin) rarely use torpor while nesting. Journal of Thermal Biology 112:103391.
Freeman, B. G., M. Strimas-Mackey, and E. T. Miller (2023). Response to comment on "Interspecific competition limits bird species' ranges on tropical mountains". Science 379:eade8043.
Fuentes, M., B. M. Van Doren, D. Fink, and D. Sheldon (2023). BirdFlow: Learning seasonal bird movements from eBird data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 14:923–938.
Fuxjager, M. J., T. B. Ryder, N. M. Moody, C. Alfonso, C. N. Balakrishnan, J. Barske, M. Bosholn, W. A. Boyle, E. L. Braun, I. Chiver, R. Dakin, et al. (2023). Systems biology as a framework to understand the physiological and endocrine bases of behavior and its evolution—From concepts to a case study in birds. Hormones and Behavior 151:105340.
Hendrix, T. C., F. Fernandez-Duque, S. Toner, L. G. Hitt, R. G. Thady, M. Massa, S. J. Hagler, M. Armfield, N. Clarke, P. Honscheid, S. Khalil, et al. (2023). Behavioural differences between ornamented and unornamented male Red-backed Fairywrens (Malurus melanocephalus) in the nonbreeding season. Emu - Austral Ornithology 0:1–6.
Hightower, J. N., D. L. Crawford, W. E. Thogmartin, K. R. Aldinger, S. B. Swarthout, D. A. Buehler, J. Confer, C. Friis, J. L. Larkin, J. D. Lowe, M. Piorkowski, et al. (2023). Change in climatically suitable breeding distributions reduces hybridization potential between Vermivora warblers. Diversity and Distributions 29:254–271.
Hines, C., L. Duval, B. D. Watts, G. Van Horn, and E. Miller (2023). Citizen science photographs indicate different timing and location use of migrating adult and juvenile Whimbrels. Ornithological Applications 125:duad011.
Hitt, L. G., S. Khalil, A. Blanchette, M. E. Finkelstein, E. N. K. Iverson, S. C. McClelland, R. Durães Ribeiro, and J. Karubian (2023). Lead exposure is correlated with reduced nesting success of an urban songbird. Environmental Research 227:115711.
Horton, K. G., S. R. Morris, B. M. Van Doren, and K. M. Covino (2023). Six decades of North American bird banding records reveal plasticity in migration phenology. Journal of Animal Ecology 92:738–750.
Kennedy, A. G., A. H. Ahmad, H. Klinck, L. M. Johnson, and D. J. Clink (2023). Evidence for acoustic niche partitioning depends on the temporal scale in two sympatric Bornean hornbill species. Biotropica n/a.
Keyser, S. R., D. Fink, D. Gudex‐Cross, V. C. Radeloff, J. N. Pauli, and B. Zuckerberg (2023). Snow cover dynamics: an overlooked yet important feature of winter bird occurrence and abundance across the United States. Ecography 2023.
Khalil, S., E. D. Enbody, C. Frankl-Vilches, J. F. Welklin, R. E. Koch, M. B. Toomey, S. Y. W. Sin, S. V. Edwards, M. Gahr, H. Schwabl, M. S. Webster, and J. Karubian (2023). Testosterone coordinates gene expression across different tissues to produce carotenoid-based red ornamentation. Molecular Biology and Evolution 40:msad056.
LaPergola, J. B., C. J. Proctor, H. Almonte, and K. J. Wallace (2023). Mortality of an adult Antillean Palm Swift (Tachornis phoenicobia) associated with Philornis sp. parasitism in the Sierra De Bahoruco, Dominican Republic. Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 36:36–44.
Lepak, R. F., S. E. Janssen, J. M. Ogorek, C. B. Dillman, J. C. Hoffman, M. T. Tate, and P. B. McIntyre (2023). Can preserved museum specimens be used to reconstruct fish mercury burden and sources through time? Environmental Science & Technology Letters 10:165–171.
Lewis, W. B., R. J. Cooper, R. B. Chandler, R. W. Chitwood, M. H. Cline, M. T. Hallworth, J. L. Hatt, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, S. A. Kaiser, N. L. Rodenhouse, T. S. Sillett, et al. (2023). Climate-mediated population dynamics of a migratory songbird differ between the trailing edge and range core. Ecological Monographs 93:e1559.
Li, P., M. A. Roch, H. Klinck, E. Fleishman, D. Gillespie, E.-M. Nosal, Y. Shiu, and X. Liu (2023). Learning Stage-wise GANs for Whistle Extraction in Time-Frequency Spectrograms. IEEE Transactions on Multimedia:1–13.
Mady, R. P., T. B. Phillips, D. N. Bonter, C. Quimby, J. Borland, C. Eldermire, B. T. Walters, S. A. Parry, and M. Chu (2023). Engagement in the data collection phase of the scientific process is key for enhancing learning gains. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 8:14.
McGinn, K., S. Kahl, M. Z. Peery, H. Klinck, and C. M. Wood (2023). Feature embeddings from the BirdNET algorithm provide insights into avian ecology. Ecological Informatics 74:101995.
Molina, M. D., N. Chau, A. D. Rodewald, and F. Garip (2023). How to model the weather-migration link: A machine-learning approach to variable selection in the Mexico-U.S. context. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 49:465–491.
Montaño-Centellas, F. A., J. Muñoz, G. G. Mangini, I. J. Ausprey, F. L. Newell, H. H. Jones, M. E. Fanjul, B. A. Tinoco, G. J. Colorado Z., J. R. A. Cahill, E. Arbeláez-Cortés, et al. (2023). Network structure of avian mixed-species flocks decays with elevation and latitude across the Andes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 378:20220099.
Natola, L., S. M. Billerman, M. D. Carling, S. S. Seneviratne, and D. Irwin (2023). Geographic variability of hybridization between red-breasted and red-naped sapsuckers. Evolution 77:580–592.
Palacios, C., L. Campagna, J. L. Parra, and C. D. Cadena (2023). Mito-nuclear discordance in the phenotypically variable Andean hummingbirds Coeligena bonapartei and Coeligena helianthea (Trochilidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society:blad013.
Phillips, T. B., N. M. Wells, A. H. Brown, J. R. Tralins, and D. N. Bonter (2023). Nature and well-being: the association of nature engagement and well-being during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. People and Nature 5:607–620.
Ramesh, V., P. Hariharan, V. A. Akshay, P. Choksi, S. Khanwilkar, R. DeFries, and V. V. Robin (2023). Using passive acoustic monitoring to examine the impacts of ecological restoration on faunal biodiversity in the Western Ghats. Biological Conservation 282:110071.
Reinoso-Pérez, M. T., K. V. Dhondt, A. A. Levitskiy, G. Dupont, E. R. Tulman, S. J. Geary, and A. A. Dhondt (2023). Are Purple Finches (Haemorhous purpureus) the next host for a mycoplasmal conjunctivitis epidemic? Avian Diseases 67:42–48.
Rørstadbotnen, R. A., J. Eidsvik, L. Bouffaut, M. Landrø, J. Potter, K. Taweesintananon, S. Johansen, F. Storevik, J. Jacobsen, O. Schjelderup, S. Wienecke, et al. (2023). Simultaneous tracking of multiple whales using two fiber-optic cables in the Arctic. Frontiers in Marine Science 10.
Ross, S. R. P.-J., D. P. O'Connell, J. L. Deichmann, C. Desjonquères, A. Gasc, J. N. Phillips, S. S. Sethi, C. M. Wood, and Z. Burivalova (2023). Passive acoustic monitoring provides a fresh perspective on fundamental ecological questions. Functional Ecology 37:959–975.
Ryan, T. A., C. C. Taff, C. Zimmer, and M. N. Vitousek (2023). Cold temperatures induce priming of the glucose stress response in tree swallows. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 280.
Sharp, A., A. Contina, V. Ruiz-Gutiérrez, T. Sillett, E. Bridge, E. Besozzi, J. Muller, J. Kelly, A. Given, and C. Rushing (2023). The strength of migratory connectivity in Painted Buntings is spatial scale dependent and shaped by molting behavior. Journal of Field Ornithology 94:art7.
Smith, O. M., K. L. Davis, R. B. Pizza, R. Waterman, K. C. Dobson, B. Foster, J. C. Jarvey, L. N. Jones, W. Leuenberger, N. Nourn, E. E. Conway, et al. (2023). Peer review perpetuates barriers for historically excluded groups. Nature Ecology & Evolution 7:512–523.
Southall, B. L., D. Tollit, J. Amaral, C. W. Clark, and W. T. Ellison (2023). Managing human activity and marine mammals: A biologically based, relativistic risk assessment framework. Frontiers in Marine Science 10.
Taweesintananon, K., M. Landrø, J. R. Potter, S. E. Johansen, R. A. Rørstadbotnen, L. Bouffaut, H. J. Kriesell, J. K. Brenne, A. Haukanes, O. Schjelderup, and F. Storvik (2023). Distributed acoustic sensing of ocean-bottom seismo-acoustics and distant storms: A case study from Svalbard, Norway. GEOPHYSICS:1–65.
Tonetti, V., J. C. Pena, M. D. Scarpelli, L. S. Sugai, F. M. Barros, P. R. Anunciação, P. M. Santos, A. L. Tavares, and M. C. Ribeiro (2023). Landscape heterogeneity: concepts, quantification, challenges and future perspectives. Environmental Conservation:1–10.

In Press

Boersma, J., D. J. Thrasher, J. F. Welklin, D. T. Baldassarre, and M. S. Webster (2023). [In press] Plural breeding among unrelated females and other insights on complex social structure in the cooperatively breeding Variegated Fairywren.
Boersma, J., E. D. Enbody, S. Ketaloya, H. E. Watts, J. Karubian, and H. Schwabl (2023). [In press] Does capacity to elevate androgens underlie variation in female ornamentation and territoriality in White-shouldered Fairywren (Malurus alboscapulatus)?
Bonter, D. N., V. Martin, E. I. Greig, and T. B. Phillips (2023). [In press] Participant retention in a continental-scale citizen science project increases with the diversity of species detected. BioScience.
Hagler, S. J., K. Abbott, C. D. Hayes, T. I. Hayes, and A. A. Dhondt (no date). [In press] Pre-breeding behavior of Ridgway’s Hawks (Buteo ridgwayi) in a translocated population. Journal of Caribbean Ornithology.
Hahs, A. K., B. Fournier, M. F. J. Aronson, C. H. Nilon, A. Herrera-Montes, A. Salisbury, C. G. Threlfall, C. C. Rega-Brodsky, C. A. Lepczyk, E. S. Carpenter, F. A. La Sorte, et al. (no date). [In press] Urbanisation generates multiple trait syndromes for terrestrial taxa worldwide. Nature Communications.
Hotaling, S., J. Boersma, N. A. Paprocki, A. Anderson, L. Whiles, L. Ogburn, S. Kasper, C. White, D. H. Thornton, and P. Wimberger (no date). [In press] A novel camera trap design for studying wildlife in mountain glacier ecosystems yields new insight for glacier biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest, USA.
Richardson, J., A. C. Lees, E. T. Miller, and S. Marsden (no date). [In press] Avian diversity and function across the world’s most populous cities. Ecology Letters.
Turner, T. F., H. L. Bart, F. H. McCormick, A. C. Besser, R. E. Bowes, K. A. Capps, E. S. Dearman, C. B. Dillman, and 15 additional authors (2023). [In press] Long-term ecological research in freshwaters enabled by regional biodiversity collections, stable isotope analysis, and environmental informatics. BioScience.
Wagner, E. L., S. F. Pearson, T. P. Good, P. J. Hodum, E. R. Buhle, and M. B. Schrimpf (no date). [In press] Resilience to a severe marine heatwave at two Pacific seabird colonies. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Not Peer-Reviewed

Cohen, J. M., D. Fink, and B. Zuckerberg (2023). Spatial and seasonal variation in thermal sensitivity within North American bird species. [Online.] Available at
Di Giacomo, A. S., C. Kopuchian, and L. Campagna (2023). Los enigmáticos capuchinos. Aves Argentinas 66:10–19.
Erb, W. M., and W. DePuy (2023). Hearing the forest through the trees: Sonic entanglements in Nusantara. Southeast Asia Program Spring 2023 Bulletin.
Garnier, J., G. V. Clucas, J. Younger, B. Sen, C. Barbraud, M. Larue, A. D. Fraser, S. Labrousse, and S. Jenouvrier (2023). Massive and infrequent informed emigration events in a species threatened by climate change: the emperor penguins. [Online.] Available at
Neugarten, R., R. Chaplin-Kramer, R. Sharp, R. Schuster, M. Strimas-Mackey, P. Roehrdanz, M. Mulligan, A. V. Soesbergen, D. Hole, C. Kennedy, J. Oakleaf, et al. (2023). Mapping the planet's critical areas for biodiversity and people. [Online.] Available at
Schulenberg, T. S. (2023). Splits, lumps and shuffles. Neotropical Birding 32:51–61.
Wood, C. M. (2023). The Yosemite toad and the invisible mountains of the Sierra Nevada. The Snowboarder’s Journal 20.


Aguillon, S. M., and V. G. Rohwer (2022). Revisiting a classic hybrid zone: Movement of the northern flicker hybrid zone in contemporary times. Evolution 76:1082–1090.
Anunciação, P. R., L. S. M. Sugai, F. Martello, L. M. T. de Carvalho, and M. C. Ribeiro (2022). Estimating the diversity of tropical anurans in fragmented landscapes with acoustic monitoring: lessons from a sampling sufficiency perspective. Biodiversity and Conservation 31:3055–3074.
Arrieta, R. S., L. Campagna, B. Mahler, I. Lovette, and P. E. Llambías (2022). Local male breeding density affects extra‐pair paternity in a south temperate population of grass wrens Cistothorus platensis. Journal of Avian Biology.
Arrieta, R. S., L. Campagna, B. Mahler, and P. E. Llambías (2022). Neither paternity loss nor perceived threat of cuckoldry affects male nestling provisioning in grass wrens. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 76:147.
Arvind, C., V. Joshi, R. Charif, P. Jeganathan, and V. V. Robin (2022). Species detection framework using automated recording units: a case study of the Critically Endangered Jerdon's courser. Oryx:1–8.
Backhouse, F., J. A. Welbergen, R. D. Magrath, and A. H. Dalziell (2022). [In press] Depleted cultural richness of an avian vocal mimic in fragmented habitat. Diversity and Distributions.
Barlow, D. R., M. Estrada Jorge, H. Klinck, and L. G. Torres (2022). Shaken, not stirred: blue whales show no acoustic response to earthquake events. Royal Society Open Science 9:220242.
Barton, David N., Chaplin-Kramer, Rebecca, Lazos Chavero, Elena, Engel, Stefanie, Girvan, Alexander, Hahn, Thomas, Leimona, Beria, Lele, Sharachchandra, Muradian, Roldan, Niamir, Aidin, Özkaynak, Begüm, et al. (2022). Chapter 4. Value expression in decision-making. In Methodological Assessment Report on the Diverse Values and Valuation of Nature of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (P. Balvanera, U. Pascual, M. Christie, B. Baptiste and D. González-Jiménez, Editors). IPBES Secretariat, Bonn, Germany.
Berv, J. S., S. Singhal, D. J. Field, N. Walker-Hale, S. W. McHugh, J. R. Shipley, E. T. Miller, R. T. Kimball, E. L. Braun, A. Dornburg, C. T. Parins-Fukuchi, et al. (2022). Molecular early burst associated with the diversification of birds at the K–Pg boundary. [Online.] Available at
Betts, M. G., Z. Yang, A. S. Hadley, A. C. Smith, J. S. Rousseau, J. M. Northrup, J. M. Nocera, N. Gorelick, and B. D. Gerber (2022). Forest degradation drives widespread avian habitat and population declines. Nature Ecology & Evolution 6:709–719.
Boersma, J., J. A. Jones, E. D. Enbody, J. F. Welklin, S. Ketaloya, D. Nason, J. Karubian, and H. Schwabl (2022). Male White-shouldered Fairywrens (Malurus alboscapulatus) elevate androgens greater when courting females than during territorial challenges. Hormones and Behavior 142:105158.
Boersma, J., A. McQueen, A. Peters, J. F. Welklin, S. Khalil, R. Quispe, W. Goymann, and H. Schwabl (2022). Unexpected long-term retention of subcutaneous beeswax implants and additional notes on dose and composition from four testosterone implant studies. General and Comparative Endocrinology 330:114124.
Bouffaut, L., K. Taweesintananon, H. J. Kriesell, R. A. Rørstadbotnen, J. R. Potter, M. Landrø, S. E. Johansen, J. K. Brenne, A. Haukanes, O. Schjelderup, and F. Storvik (2022). Eavesdropping at the Speed of Light: Distributed Acoustic Sensing of Baleen Whales in the Arctic. Frontiers in Marine Science 9.
Bradter, U., A. Johnston, W. M. Hochachka, A. Soultan, J. E. Brommer, E. Gaget, J. A. Kålås, A. Lehikoinen, Å. Lindström, S. Piirainen, D. Pavón‐Jordán, et al. (2022). Decomposing the spatial and temporal effects of climate on bird populations in northern European mountains. Global Change Biology 28:6209–6227.
Branch, C. L., G. Semenov, D. N. Wagner, B. R. Sonnenberg, A. M. Pitera, E. S. Bridge, S. A. Taylor, and V. V. Pravosudov (2022). [In press] The genetic basis of spatial cognitive variarion in a food-caching bird. Current Biology.
Caldwell, A., S. Brander, J. Wiedenmann, G. Clucas, and E. Craig (2022). Incidence of microplastic fiber ingestion by Common Terns (Sterna hirundo) and Roseate Terns (S. dougallii) breeding in the Northwestern Atlantic. Marine Pollution Bulletin 177:113560.
Calsbeek, R., F. J. Zamora-Camacho, and L. B. Symes (2022). Individual contributions to group chorus dynamics influence access to mating opportunities in wood frogs. Ecology Letters.
Campagna, L., and D. P. L. Toews (2022). The genomics of adaptation in birds. Current Biology 32:R1173–R1186.
Campagna, L., Z. Mo, A. Siepel, and J. A. C. Uy (2022). Selective sweeps on different pigmentation genes mediate convergent evolution of island melanism in two incipient bird species. PLOS Genetics 18:e1010474.
Chang van Oordt, D. A., C. C. Taff, T. A. Ryan, and M. N. Vitousek (2022). Timing of Breeding Reveals a Trade-Off between Immune Investment and Life History in Tree Swallows. Integrative and Comparative Biology 62:1629–1639.
Chaplin-Kramer, R., K. A. Brauman, J. Cavender-Bares, S. Díaz, G. T. Duarte, B. J. Enquist, L. A. Garibaldi, J. Geldmann, B. S. Halpern, T. W. Hertel, C. K. Khoury, et al. (2022). Conservation needs to integrate knowledge across scales. Nature Ecology & Evolution 6:118–119.
Chesser, R. T., S. M. Billerman, K. J. Burns, C. Cicero, J. L. Dunn, B. E. Hernández-Baños, R. A. Jiménez, A. W. Kratter, N. A. Mason, P. C. Rasmussen, J. V. Remsen, et al. (2022). Sixty-third supplement to the American Ornithological Society's Check-list of North American Birds. Ornithology 139:ukac020.
Clink, D. J., I. A. Comella, J. S. Tasirin, and H. Klinck (2022). Tarsier islands: Exploring patterns of variation in tarsier duets from offshore islands of North Sulawesi. American Journal of Primatology n/a:e23410.
Clucas, G. V., V. Warwick-Evans, T. Hart, and P. N. Trathan (2022). Using habitat models for chinstrap penguins, Pygoscelis antarctica, to inform marine spatial management around the South Sandwich Islands during the penguin breeding season. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 199:105093.
Cockburn, G., M.-C. Ko, K. R. Sadanandan, E. T. Miller, T. Nakagita, A. Monte, S. Cho, E. Roura, Y. Toda, and M. W. Baldwin (2022). Synergism, bifunctionality, and the evolution of a gradual sensory trade-off in hummingbird taste receptors. Molecular Biology and Evolution 39.
Comella, I., J. S. Tasirin, H. Klinck, L. M. Johnson, and D. J. Clink (2022). Investigating note repertoires and acoustic tradeoffs in the duet contributions of a basal haplorrhine primate. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10.
Conant, P. C., P. Li, X. Liu, H. Klinck, E. Fleishman, D. Gillespie, E.-M. Nosal, and M. A. Roch (2022). Silbido profundo: An open source package for the use of deep learning to detect odontocete whistles. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 152:3800–3808.
Corsini, M., P. Leanza, A. D. Rodewald, J. Sudyka, A. A. Dhondt, and M. Szulkin (2022). Coping with novelty across an urban mosaic: Provisioning latency increases closer to roads and is associated with species-specific reproductive success in two urban adapters. Science of The Total Environment 847:157450.
Cramer, J. F., E. T. Miller, M.-C. Ko, Q. Liang, G. Cockburn, T. Nakagita, M. Cardinale, L. Fusani, Y. Toda, and M. W. Baldwin (2022). A single residue confers selective loss of sugar sensing in wrynecks. Current Biology 32:4270-4278.e5.
Crisologo, T. L., S. A. Dzielski, J. R. Purcell, M. S. Webster, J. A. Welbergen, and A. H. Dalziell (2022). Selective alarm call mimicry in the sexual display of the male superb lyrebird (Menura novaehollandiae). Evolutionary Ecology.
Crouch, E. E., M. T. Reinoso-Pérez, R. V. Vanderstichel, K. V. Dhondt, A. A. Dhondt, J. D. Cruz Otero, T. Piech, and M. J. Forzán (2022). The effect of dexamethasone on hematological profiles, hemosporidian infection, and splenic histology in House Finches (Haemorhous mexicanus). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 53:512–523.
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