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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. https://doi.org/10.1111/jav.02887
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.
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. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.14002
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.
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.
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.
de Freitas, E. L., L. Campagna, B. Butcher, I. Lovette, and R. Caparroz (2022). Ecological traits drive genetic structuring in two open‐habitat birds from the morphologically cryptic genus Elaenia (Aves: Tyrannidae). Journal of Avian Biology:jav.02931.
Estalles, C., S. P. Turbek, M. José Rodríguez-Cajarville, L. F. Silveira, K. Wakamatsu, S. Ito, I. J. Lovette, P. L. Tubaro, D. A. Lijtmaer, and L. Campagna (2022). Concerted variation in melanogenesis genes underlies emergent patterning of plumage in capuchino seedeaters. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 289:20212277.
Grueter, C. C., W. M. Erb, L. R. Ulibarri, and I. Matsuda (2022). Ecology and behaviour of odd-nosed colobines. In The Colobines: Natural History, Behaviour and Ecological Diversity. Cambridge University Press, pp. 156–185.
Guo, L., W. Dai, Z. Xu, Q. Liang, E. T. Miller, S. Li, X. Gao, M. W. Baldwin, R. Chai, and Q. Li (2022). Evolution of brain-expressed biogenic amine receptors into olfactory trace amine-associated receptors. Molecular Biology and Evolution 39.
Hagler, S. J., A. Gibbons, J. C. Bednarz, W. S. Clark, and D. N. Bonter (2022). Nest provisioning and sociality at Harris's Hawk nests in South Texas. Journal of Raptor Research 56:161–170.
Hanley, B. J., A. A. Dhondt, M. J. Forzán, E. M. Bunting, M. A. Pokras, K. P. Hynes, E. Dominguez‐Villegas, and K. L. Schuler (2022). Environmental lead reduces the resilience of bald eagle populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 86:e22177.
Hejase, H. A., Z. Mo, L. Campagna, and A. Siepel (2022). A deep-learning approach for inference of selective sweeps from the ancestral recombination graph. Molecular Biology and Evolution 39:msab332.
Hofstadter, D. F., N. F. Kryshak, C. M. Wood, B. P. Dotters, K. N. Roberts, K. G. Kelly, J. J. Keane, S. C. Sawyer, P. A. Shaklee, H. A. Kramer, M. Z. Gutiérrez, and M. Z. Peery (2022). Arresting the spread of invasive species in continental systems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. https://doi.org/doi:10.1002/fee.2458
Howell, P. E., P. K. Devers, O. J. Robinson, J. R. Sauer, and J. A. Royle (2022). Leveraging community-science data for population assessments during a pandemic. Ecological Applications 32:e2529.
Independent Community Based Organizations and Allies (2022). Understanding the impact of equitable collaborations between science institutions and community-based organizations: improving science through community-led research. BioScience:biac001.
Johnston, A., E. Matechou, and E. B. Dennis (2022). Outstanding challenges and future directions for biodiversity monitoring using citizen science data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13834
Jones, J. A., J. Boersma, J. Liu, D. Nason, S. Ketaloya, and J. Karubian (2022). Female ornamentation does not predict aggression in a tropical songbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 76:57.
Juárez, R., V. Ruiz-Gutiérrez, and L. Sandoval (2022). Surviving in cities: the case of a year-round territorial bird in the Neotropics. Journal of Urban Ecology 8:juac006.
La Sorte, F. A., A. Johnston, A. D. Rodewald, D. Fink, A. Farnsworth, B. M. Van Doren, T. Auer, and M. Strimas‐Mackey (2022). The role of artificial light at night and road density in predicting the seasonal occurrence of nocturnally migrating birds. Diversity and Distributions 28:992–1009.
La Sorte, F. A., K. G. Horton, A. Johnston, D. Fink, and T. Auer (2022). Seasonal associations with light pollution trends for nocturnally migrating bird populations. Ecosphere 13.
La Sorte, F. A., M. F. J. Aronson, C. A. Lepczyk, and K. G. Horton (2022). Assessing the combined threats of artificial light at night and air pollution for the world's nocturnally migrating birds. Global Ecology and Biogeography 31:912–924.
Lees, A. C., L. Haskell, T. Allinson, S. B. Bezeng, I. J. Burfield, L. M. Renjifo, K. V. Rosenberg, A. Viswanathan, and S. H. M. Butchart (2022). State of the world's birds. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 47.
Lin, H.-Y., A. D. Binley, R. Schuster, A. D. Rodewald, R. Buxton, and J. R. Bennett (2022). Using community science data to help identify threatened species occurrences outside of known ranges. Biological Conservation 268:109523.
Moreau, C. S., A. M. Darby, A.-J. C. Demery, L. M. Arcila Hernández, and C. L. Meaders (2022). A framework for educating and empowering students by teaching about history and consequences of bias in STEM. Pathogens and Disease 80:ftac006.
Morgenroth, J., F. A. La Sorte, and J. Samaha (2022). A multiscale assessment of the diversity of New Zealand's nursery trees. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 68:127468.
Ng, W. H., D. Fink, F. A. La Sorte, T. Auer, W. M. Hochachka, A. Johnston, and A. M. Dokter (2022). Continental‐scale biomass redistribution by migratory birds in response to seasonal variation in productivity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 31:727–739.
Palmer, C. M., N. L. Wershoven, S. J. Martinson, H. M. ter Hofstede, W. J. Kress, and L. B. Symes (2022). Patterns of Herbivory in Neotropical Forest Katydids as Revealed by DNA Barcoding of Digestive Tract Contents. Diversity 14:152.
Palmer, K. J., G.-M. Wu, C. Clark, and H. Klinck (2022). Accounting for the Lombard effect in estimating the probability of detection in passive acoustic surveys: Applications for single sensor mitigation and monitoring. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 151:67–79.
Parsons, M. J. G., T.-H. Lin, T. A. Mooney, C. Erbe, F. Juanes, M. Lammers, S. Li, S. Linke, A. Looby, S. L. Nedelec, I. Van Opzeeland, et al. (2022). Sounding the call for a global library of underwater biological sounds. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10.
Popper, A. N., L. Hice-Dunton, E. Jenkins, D. M. Higgs, J. Krebs, A. Mooney, A. Rice, L. Roberts, F. Thomsen, K. Vigness-Raposa, D. Zeddies, and K. A. Williams (2022). Offshore wind energy development: Research priorities for sound and vibration effects on fishes and aquatic invertebrates. Journal of the Acoustic Society of America 151.
Rega-Brodsky, C. C., M. F. J. Aronson, M. R. Piana, E.-S. Carpenter, A. K. Hahs, A. Herrera-Montes, S. Knapp, D. J. Kotze, C. A. Lepczyk, M. Moretti, A. B. Salisbury, et al. (2022). Urban biodiversity: State of the science and future directions. Urban Ecosystems.
Renfrew, R. B., N. Perlut, L. M. Maxwell, M. Cadman, D. H. Kim, G. V. Clucas, and A. I. Kovach (2022). Population structure of a grassland songbird (Dolichonyx oryzivorus) to inform conservation units. Biodiversity and Conservation 31:77–96.
Rice, A. N., S. C. Farina, A. J. Makowski, I. M. Kaatz, P. S. Lobel, W. E. Bemis, and A. H. Bass (2022). Evolutionary patterns in sound production across fishes. Ichthyology & Herpetology 110:1–12.
Robinson, O. J., J. B. Socolar, E. F. Stuber, T. Auer, A. J. Berryman, P. H. Boersch-Supan, D. J. Brightsmith, A. H. Burbidge, S. H. M. Butchart, C. L. Davis, A. M. Dokter, et al. (2022). Extreme uncertainty and unquantifiable bias do not inform population sizes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119.
Rosenblatt, C. J., A. A. Dayer, J. N. Duberstein, T. B. Phillips, H. W. Harshaw, D. C. Fulton, N. W. Cole, A. H. Raedeke, J. D. Rutter, and C. L. Wood (2022). Highly specialized recreationists contribute the most to the citizen science project eBird. Ornithological Applications:duac008.
Rousseau, J. S., and M. G. Betts (2022). Factors influencing transferability in species distribution models. Ecography:e06060.
Rowe, M., A. van Oort, L. Brouwer, J. T. Lifjeld, M. S. Webster, J. F. Welklin, and D. T. Baldassarre (2022). Sperm numbers as a paternity guard in a wild bird. Cells 11:231.
Ruskin, K. J., G. Herring, C. A. Eagles-Smith, A. B. Eiklor, C. S. Elphick, M. A. Etterson, C. R. Field, R. A. Longenecker, A. I. Kovach, W. Gregory Shriver, J. Walsh, and B. J. Olsen (2022). Mercury exposure of tidal marsh songbirds in the northeastern United States and its association with nest survival. Ecotoxicology 31:208–220.
Sarira, T. V., Y. Zeng, R. Neugarten, R. Chaplin-Kramer, and L. P. Koh (2022). Co-benefits of forest carbon projects in Southeast Asia. Nature Sustainability:1–4.
Shamoun-Baranes, J., S. Bauer, J. W. Chapman, P. Desmet, A. M. Dokter, A. Farnsworth, H. van Gasteren, B. Haest, J. Koistinen, B. Kranstauber, F. Liechti, et al. (2022). Meteorological data policies needed to support biodiversity monitoring with weather radar. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 103:E1234–E1242.
Shankar, A., I. N. H. Cisneros, S. Thompson, C. H. Graham, and D. R. Powers (2022). A heterothermic spectrum in hummingbirds. Journal of Experimental Biology 225:jeb243208.
Soultan, A., D. Pavón-Jordán, U. Bradter, B. K. Sandercock, W. M. Hochachka, A. Johnston, J. Brommer, E. Gaget, V. Keller, P. Knaus, K. Aghababyan, et al. (2022). The future distribution of wetland birds breeding in Europe validated against observed changes in distribution. Environmental Research Letters 17:024025.
Spottiswoode, C. N., W. Tong, G. A. Jamie, K. F. Stryjewski, J. M. DaCosta, E. R. Kuras, A. Green, S. Hamama, I. G. Taylor, C. Moya, and M. D. Sorenson (2022). Genetic architecture facilitates then constrains adaptation in a host–parasite coevolutionary arms race. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119.
Stillman, A. N., M. V. Caiafa, T. J. Lorenz, M. A. Jusino, and M. W. Tingley (2022). DNA metabarcoding reveals broad woodpecker diets in fire-maintained forests. Ornithology 139:ukac009.
Stillman, A. N., T. J. Lorenz, R. B. Siegel, R. L. Wilkerson, M. Johnson, and M. W. Tingley (2022). Conditional natal dispersal provides a mechanism for populations tracking resource pulses after fire. Behavioral Ecology 33:27–36.
Suh, Y. H., R. Bowman, and J. W. Fitzpatrick (2022). Staging to join non-kin groups in a classical cooperative breeder, the Florida scrub-jay. Journal of Animal Ecology 91:970–982.
Symes, L. B., K. D. Kittelberger, S. M. Stone, R. T. Holmes, J. S. Jones, I. P. Castaneda Ruvalcaba, M. S. Webster, and M. P. Ayres (2022). Analytical approaches for evaluating passive acoustic monitoring data: A case study of avian vocalizations. Ecology and Evolution 12:e8797.
Tobias, J. A., C. Sheard, A. L. Pigot, A. J. M. Devenish, J. Yang, F. Sayol, M. H. C. Neate-Clegg, N. Alioravainen, T. L. Weeks, R. A. Barber, P. A. Walkden, et al. (2022). AVONET: morphological, ecological and geographical data for all birds. Ecology Letters 25:581–597.
2804417 inpress-2022 items 1 author asc title
Arvind, C., V. Joshi, R. A. Charif, P. Jeganathan, and V. V. Robin (2022). [in press] Species detection framework using automated recording units: a case study of the critically endangered Jerdon’s courser. Oryx.
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). [in press] Forest degradation drives widespread avian habitat and population declines. Nature Ecology & Evolution.
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). [in press] The effect of dexamethasone on hematological profiles, hemosporidian infection, and splenic histology in House Finches (Haemorhous mexicanus). Journal of Wildlife Diseases.
Fotis, A., C. E. Flower, J. W. Atkins, C. C. Pinchot, A. D. Rodewald, and S. Matthews (2022). [in press] The short-term and long-term effects of honeysuckle removal on canopy structural complexity and implications for urban forest management. Forest Ecology and Management.
Kaiser, S. A. (2022). [in press] As seasonal events shift with climate change, how nature responds tells us about the resilience of our ecosystems. Gulf of Maine Institute Journal.
LaPergola, J. B., and C. Riehl (2022). [in press] Opportunity isn’t everything: genetic monogamy and limited brood parasitism in a colonial woodpecker. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.
Molina, M. D., N. Chau, A. D. Rodewald, and F. Garip (2022). [in press] 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.
Phillips, T. B., and H. L. Ballard (2022). [in press] Informal Learning Through Citizen Science: Authentic, Meaningful, Impactful. In Amplifying Informal Science Learning (J. Diamond and S. Rosenfeld, Editors). Routledge, Abindon, UK.
Pitt, J., and O. Hinojosa-Huerta (2022). [in press] How the Colorado River might survive the compact. In Navigating the Colorado River Compact’s Next Century. University of Arizona Press.
Reid, D., C. M. Wood, S. A. Whitmore, W. J. Berigan, H. A. Kramer, N. Kryshak, J. J. Keane, S. C. Sawyer, R. J. Gutiérrez, H. Klinck, and M. Z. Peery (2022). [in press] Breeding status shapes territoriality and vocalization patterns in spotted owls. Journal of Avian Biology.
Schmalfuss, A., and D. N. Bonter (2022). [in press] Response of Red-tailed Hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) and Turkey Vultures (Cathartes aura) to an unintentionally provided, superabundant prey resource. Journal of Raptor Research.
Schulenberg, T. S. (2022). [in press] Splits, lumps and shuffles. Neotropical Birding 30.
2804417 nonpeer 2022 items 1 author asc title
Baiz, M. D., A. B. C, E. T. Miller, A. W. Wood, and D. P. L. Toews (2022). Host phylogeny, but not diet diversity, influences gut microbiome composition in breeding wood-warblers. bioRxiv:2022.03.07.482310.
Kaiser, S. A. (2022). [in press] As seasonal events shift with climate change, how nature responds tells us about the resilience of our ecosystems. Gulf of Maine Institute Journal.
Leichter, J. (Editor) (2022). All About Birds California (from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Regional Field-Guide Series). Princeton University Press.
Leichter, J. (Editor) (2022). All About Birds Midwest: Midwest US and Canada (from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Regional Field-Guide Series). Princeton University Press.
Leichter, J. (Editor) (2022). All About Birds Northwest: Northwest US and Canada (from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Regional Field-Guide Series). Princeton University Press.
Leichter, J. (Editor) (2022). All About Birds Southwest (from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Regional Field-Guide Series). Princeton University Press.
Leichter, J. (Editor) (2022). All About Birds Northeast: Northeast US and Canada (from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Regional Field-Guide Series). Princeton University Press.
Leichter, J. (Editor) (2022). All About Birds Southeast (from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Regional Field-Guide Series). Princeton University Press.
Leichter, J. (Editor) (2022). All About Birds Texas and Oklahoma (from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Regional Field-Guide Series). Princeton University Press.
Liang, Y., I. Rudik, and A. D. Rodewald (2022). How does reducing air pollution help birds? Environmental Science Journal for Kids and Teens 2022.
Miller, E. T., and B. S. Martin (2022). Distilling complex evolutionary histories with shiftPlot. bioRxiv:2022.03.16.484646.
2804417 2021 items 1 author asc title
Anderson, M., A. D. Rodewald, and A. A. Dayer (2021). Regional variation in US land trust capacities and activities related to bird conservation. Natural Areas Journal 41:39–46.
Arrieta, R. S., L. Campagna, B. Mahler, I. Lovette, and P. E. Llambías (2021). Double-digest RAD sequencing reveals low rates of conspecific brood parasitism and no cases of quasi-parasitism in a Neotropical passerine. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 132.
Austin, V. I., A. H. Dalziell, N. E. Langmore, and J. A. Welbergen (2021). Avian vocalisations: the female perspective. Biological Reviews:20.
Backhouse, F., A. H. Dalziell, R. D. Magrath, A. N. Rice, T. L. Crisologo, and J. A. Welbergen (2021). Differential geographic patterns in song components of male Albert's lyrebirds. Ecology and Evolution 11:2701–2716.
Bailey, R. L., and D. N. Bonter (2021). Large-scale supplemental feeding alters lay date and nest survival in Eastern Bluebirds but not in two species of chickadees. Ornithological Applications.
Bailey, H., A. D. Fandel, K. Silva, E. Gryzb, E. McDonald, A. L. Hoover, M. B. Ogburn, and A. N. Rice (2021). Identifying and predicting occurrence and abundance of a vocal animal species based on individually specific calls. Ecosphere 12:e03685.
Bailey, R. L., D. S. Cooper, S. Corrao, K. Leung, and C. McCammon (2021). Persistence amid a pandemic: Community-based nest monitoring participation soars. The Wildlife Professional 15:42–45.
Baiz, M. D., A. W. Wood, A. Brelsford, I. J. Lovette, and D. P. L. Toews (2021). Pigmentation Genes Show Evidence of Repeated Divergence and Multiple Bouts of Introgression in Setophaga Warblers. Current Biology 31:643-649.e3.
Bakker, W., B. J. Ens, A. Dokter, H.-J. van der Kolk, K. Rappoldt, M. van de Pol, K. Troost, H. W. van der Veer, A. I. Bijleveld, J. van der Meer, K. Oosterbeek, et al. (2021). Connecting foraging and roosting areas reveals how food stocks explain shorebird numbers. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 259:107458.
Barlow, D. R., H. Klinck, D. Ponirakis, C. Garvey, and L. G. Torres (2021). Temporal and spatial lags between wind, coastal upwelling, and blue whale occurrence. Scientific Reports 11.
Barratt, C. D., J. D. Lester, P. Gratton, R. E. Onstein, A. K. Kalan, M. S. McCarthy, G. Bocksberger, L. C. White, L. Vigilant, P. Dieguez, B. Abdulai, et al. (2021). Quantitative estimates of glacial refugia for chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) since the Last Interglacial (120,000 BP). American Journal of Primatology 83:e23320.
Bayly, N. J., K. V. Rosenberg, D. R. Norris, P. D. Taylor, and K. A. Hobson (2021). Rapid recovery by fat- and muscle-depleted Blackpoll Warblers following trans-oceanic migration is driven by time-minimization. Ornithology 138:ukab055.
Berigan, L. A., E. I. Greig, and D. N. Bonter (2021). Urban House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) populations decline in North America. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 132:248–258.
Berv, J. S., L. Campagna, T. J. Feo, I. Castro-Astor, C. C. Ribas, R. O. Prum, and I. J. Lovette (2021). Genomic phylogeography of the White-crowned Manakin Pseudopipra pipra (Aves: Pipridae) illuminates a continental-scale radiation out of the Andes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 164:107205.
Betts, M. G., A. S. Hadley, D. W. Frey, S. J. K. Frey, D. Gannon, S. H. Harris, H. Kim, U. G. Kormann, K. Leimberger, K. Moriarty, J. M. Northrup, et al. (2021). When are hypotheses useful in ecology and evolution? Ecology and Evolution 11:5762–5776.
Boersma, J., D. G. Barron, D. T. Baldassarre, M. S. Webster, and H. Schwabl (2021). Wildfire affects expression of male sexual plumage through suppressed testosterone circulation in a tropical songbird. Journal of Avian Biology 52.
Bonney, R., J. Byrd, J. T. Carmichael, L. Cunningham, L. Oremland, J. Shirk, and A. Von Harten (2021). Sea Change: Using Citizen Science to Inform Fisheries Management. BioScience 71:519–530.
Bonter, D. N., and E. I. Greig (2021). Over 30 Years of Standardized Bird Counts at Supplementary Feeding Stations in North America: A Citizen Science Data Report for Project FeederWatch. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9:619682.
Brandon, C., K. Brandon, A. Fairbrass, and R. Neugarten (2021). Integrating natural capital into national accounts: Three decades of promise and challenge. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 15:134–153.
Briggs, M. K., O. Hinojosa-Huerta, W. R. Osterkamp, P. Shafroth, C. Sifuentes, L. White, and F. Zamora (2021). A case for stream corridor restoration. In Renewing Our Rivers: A Guidebook to Dryland Stream Corridor Restoration (M. K. Briggs and W. R. Osterkamp, Editors). University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona, pp. 3–13.
Bunting, D., A. M. Barton, B. Bushman, B. Chernoff, K. Crawford, D. J. Dean, E. Gonzalez, J. Haney, O. Hinojosa-Huerta, H. M. Poulos, J. Renfrow, et al. (2021). Monitoring the results of stream corridor restoration. In Renewing Our Rivers: A Guidebook to Dryland Stream Corridor Restoration (M. K. Briggs and W. R. Osterkamp, Editors). University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona, pp. 313–390.
Burns, M. D. (2021). Adaptation to herbivory and detritivory drives the convergent evolution of large abdominal cavities in a diverse freshwater fish radiation (Otophysi: Characiformes). Evolution 75:688–705.
Cazalis, V., M. D. Barnes, A. Johnston, J. E. M. Watson, C. H. Şekercioğlu, and A. S. L. Rodrigues (2021). Mismatch between bird species sensitivity and the protection of intact habitats across the Americas. Ecology Letters 24:2394–2405.
Cella, C. E., D. Ghisi, V. Lostanlen, F. Lévy, and J. Fineberg (2021). [In Press] OrchideaSOL: a dataset of instrumental samples with extended techniques. Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC). Santiago, Chile.
Chesser, R. T., S. M. Billerman, K. J. Burns, C. Cicero, J. L. Dunn, A. W. Kratter, I. J. Lovette, N. A. Mason, P. C. Rasmussen, J. V. Remsen, D. F. Stotz, and K. Winker (2021). Addendum to the Sixty-first Supplement to the American Ornithological Society's Check-list of North American Birds. The Auk:ukaa074.
Chesser, R. T., S. M. Billerman, K. J. Burns, C. Cicero, J. L. Dunn, B. E. Hernández-Baños, A. W. Kratter, I. J. Lovette, N. A. Mason, P. C. Rasmussen, J. V. Remsen, et al. (2021). Sixty-second Supplement to the American Ornithological Society's Check-list of North American Birds. Ornithology 138:ukab037.
Clink, D., T. Groves, A. H. Ahmad, and H. Klinck (2021). Not by the light of the moon: Investigating circadian rhythms and environmental predictors of calling in Bornean great argus. PLoS ONE 16:e0246564.
Clink, D. J., M. Zafar, A. H. Ahmad, and A. R. Lau (2021). Limited evidence for individual signatures or site-level patterns of variation in male northern gray gibbon (Hylobates funereus) duet codas. International Journal of Primatology 42:896–914.
Clink, D. J., A. R. Lau, S. Kanthaswamy, L. M. Johnson, and K. L. Bales (2021). Moderate evidence for heritability in the duet contributions of a South American primate. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 35:51–63.
Clipp, H. L., J. J. Buler, J. A. Smolinsky, K. G. Horton, A. Farnsworth, and E. B. Cohen (2021). Winds aloft over three water bodies influence spring stopover distributions of migrating birds along the Gulf of Mexico coast. Ornithology 138:ukab051.
Cohen, E. B., K. G. Horton, P. P. Marra, H. L. Clipp, A. Farnsworth, J. A. Smolinsky, D. Sheldon, and J. J. Buler (2021). A place to land: spatiotemporal drivers of stopover habitat use by migrating birds. Ecology Letters 24:38–49.
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