The Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit
The University of Montana
The Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit
The University of Montana
|2013||Arriero, E., Majewska, A. and T.E.Martin. 2013. Ontogeny of constitutive immunity:maternal vs. endogenous influences. Functional Ecology, 27, 472-478.|
|Auer, S.K. and T.E. Martin. 2013. Climate change has indirect effects on resource use and overlap among coexisting bird species with negative consequences for their reproductive success. Global Change Biology 19, 411–419.|
|Martin, T.E., Ton, R., and Niklison, A.. 2013. Intrinsic vs. extrinsic influences on life history expression: metabolism and parentally induced temperature influences on embryo development rate. Ecology Letters 2013.|
|Parsons, E.W.R., J.L. Maron and T.E. Martin. 2013. Elk herbivory alters small mammal assemblages in high-elevation drainages. Journal of Animal Ecology, 82, 459-467.|
|2012||Cheng, Y.R. and T.E. Martin. 2012. Nest predation risk and growth strategies of passerine species: Grow fast or develop traits to escape risk? The American Naturalist 180:285-295.|
Martin, T.E. and J. L. Maron. 2012. Climate impacts on bird and plant communities from altered animal-plant interactions. Nature Climate Change, Vol. 2: 195-200.
|2011||Martin, T.E., E. Arriero and A. Majewska. 2011. A trade-off between embryonic development rate and immune function of avian offspring is revealed by considering embroyic temperature. Biol. Lett. 7, 425-428.|
| Fontaine, J. J., E. Arriero, H. Schwabl and T.E. Martin. 2011. Nest predation and circulating corticosterone levels within and among species. The Condor 113:825-833.
|Martin, T.E., P. Lloyd, C. Bosque, D. C. Barton, A.L. Biancucci, Y.R. Cheng, and R. Ton. 2011. Growth rate variation among passerine species in tropical and temperate sites: An antagonistic interaction between parental food provisioning and nest predation risk. Evolution 65-6: 1607-1622.|
|2010||Biancucci, L. and T.E. Martin. 2010. Can selection on nest size from nest predation explain the latitudinal gradient in clutch size? Journal of Animal Ecology 79:1086-1092.|
|Chalfoun, A.D. and T.E. Martin. 2010. Parental investment decisions in response to ambient nest-predation risk versus actual predation on the prior nest. The Condor 112:701-710.|
Chalfoun, A.D. and T.E. Martin. 2010. Facultative nest patch shifts in response to nest predation risk in the Brewer's sparrow: a "win-stay, lose-switch" strategy? Oecologia 163:885-892.
Lomascolo, S.B., A.C. Monmany, A. Malizia, and T.E. Martin. 2010. Flexibility in nest-site choice and nesting success of Turdus Rufiventris (Turdidae) in a montane forest in northwestern Argentina. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122:674-680.
Chalfoun, A. D. and T. E. Martin. 2009. Habitat structure mediates predation risk for sedentary prey: experimental tests of alternative hypotheses. Journal of Animal Ecology 78 , 497-503.
Fedy, B. C. and T. E. Martin. 2009. Male songbirds provide indirect parental care by guarding females during incubation.2009. Behavioral Ecology 20:1034-1038.
|Forsman, J. T. and T. E. Martin. 2009. Habitat selection for parasite-free space by hosts of parasitic cowbirds. Oikos 118: 464-470.|
|Lloyd, P., A. Taylor, M. A. de Plessis and T. E. Martin. 2009. Females increase reproductive investment in response to helper-mediated improvements in allo-feeding, nest survival, nestling provisioning and post-fledging survival in the Katoo scrub-robin Cercotrichas coryphaeus. J. Avian Biol. 40: 400-411.|
|Martin, T.E. and J. V. Briskie. 2009. Predation on Dependent Offspring. A Review of the Consequences for Mean Expression and Phenotypic Plasticity in Avian Life History Traits. The Year in Evolutionary Biology: Ann. N.Y. acad. Sci. 1168: 201-217.|
|2008||Martin, T.E. 2008. Egg size variation among tropical and temperate songbirds: An embryonic temperature hypothesis. PNAS 105:9268-9271.|
|Massaro, M., A. Starling-Windhof, J. V. Briskie, and T. E. Martin. 2008. Introduced mammalian predators induce adaptive shifts in parental behaviour in an endemic New Zealand bird. PLoS One 3(6): e2331. doi:10.1371.|
|Martin, T.E. and H. Schwabl. 2008. Variation in maternal effects and embryonic development rates among passerine species. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 363:1663-1674.|
|2007||Clark, M.E. and T. E. Martin. 2007. Modeling tradeoffs in avian life history traits and consequences for population growth. Ecological Modeling 209:110-120.|
|Fontaine, J. J., M. Martel, H.M. Markland, A.M. Niklison, K. L. Decker and T.E. Martin. 2007. Testing ecological and behavioral correlates of nest predation. Oikos 116: 1887-1894.|
|Martin, T.E., S.K. Auer, R.D. Bassar, A.M. Niklison, P. Lloyd. 2007. Geographic variation in avian incubation periods and parental influences on embryonic temperature. Evolution 61-11:2558-2569.|
|Auer, S. K., R. D. Bassar and T.E. Martin. 2007. Biparental incubation in the chestnut-vented tit-babbler Parisoma subcaerulemum: mates devote equal time, but males keep eggs warmer. J. Avian Biol. 38: 278-283.|
|Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2007. Latitudinal variation in avian incubation attentiveness and a test of the food limitation hypothesis. Animal Behavior 73: 579-585.|
|Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2007. Assessments of habitat preferences and quality depend on spatial scale and metrics of fitness. Journal of Applied Ecology 44:983-992.|
|Martin, T. E. 2007. Climate correlates of 20 years of trophic changes in a high elevation riparian system. Ecology 88: 367-380.|
|Schwabl, H., M. G. Palacios, and T. E. Martin. 2007. Selection for rapid development leads to higher embryo exposure to maternal androgens among passerine species. American Naturalist 170: 196-206.|
|2006||Fontaine, J. J., and T. E. Martin. 2006. Experimental test of nest predation influences on adult habitat selection in a breeding bird community. American Naturalist 168: 811-818.|
|Martin, T. E., R. D. Bassar, S. K. Bassar, J. J. Fontaine, P. Lloyd, H. Mathewson, A. Niklison, and A. Chalfoun. 2006. Life history and ecological correlates of geographic variation in egg and clutch mass among passerine species. Evolution 60: 390-398.|
|Palacios, M. G., and T. E. Martin. 2006. Incubation period and immune function: a comparative field study among coexisting birds. Oecologia 146: 505-512.|
|Tewksbury, J. J., L. Garner, S. Garner, J. D. Lloyd, V. Saab, and T. E. Martin. 2006. Tests of landscape influence: nest predation and brood parasitism in fragmented ecosystems. Ecology: 87(3), pp. 759-768.|
|Fontaine, J. J., and T. E. Martin. 2006. Parent birds assess nest predation risk and adjust their reproductive strategies. Ecology Letters 9: 428-434.|
|Lloyd, P., T. E. Martin, R. L. Redmond, M. M. Hart, U. Langner, and R.D. Bassar. 2006. Assessing the influence of spatial scale on the relationship between avian nesting success and forest fragmentation: a case study. Pp: 255-269 in: J. Wu, K. B. Jones, H. Li, and O. Loucks (Editors). Scaling And Uncertainty Analysis In Ecology: Methods And Applications. Springer, Netherlands.|
|2005||Lloyd, J. D. and T. E. Martin, 2005. Reproductive success of a grassland songbird in native and exotic habitat. Condor 107:363-374.|
|Lloyd, P., T.E. Martin, R. L. Redmond, U. Langner, and M. M. Hart. 2005. Linking demographic effects of habitat fragmentation across landscapes to continental source-sink dynamics. Ecological Applications, 15:1504-1514.|
|Ferretti, V., Llambias P. E., and T. E. Martin. 2005. Life-history variation of a neotropical thrush challenges food limitation theory. Proc. R. Soc. 769-773.|
|Roff, D. A., V. Remeš, and T. E. Martin. 2005. The evolution of fledging age in songbirds. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 1425-1433.
|2004||Martin, T. E. 2004. Avian life-history evolution has an eminent past: does it have a bright future? Auk 121: 289-301.|
|Lloyd, J. and T. E. Martin. 2004. Nest-site preference and maternal effects on offspring growth. Behavioral Ecology 15: 816-823.|
|Nalwanga, D., P. Lloyd, M. du Plesis, and T.E. Martin. 2004. The influence of nest-site characteristics on the nesting success of the Karoo Prinia (Prinia maculosa). Ostrich. 75:269-274.|
|Nalwanga, D., P. Lloyd, M. du Plesis, and T.E. Martin. 2004. Nest-site partitioning in a strandveld shrubland bird community. Ostrich. 75:250-258.|
|2003||Lloyd, J. and T. E. Martin. 2003. Sibling competition and pre-natal development in birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 270: 735-740.|
|2002||Martin, T. E. 2002. A new view for avian life history evolution tested on an incubation paradox. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 269: 309-316.|
Remeš, V. and T. E. Martin. 2002. Environmental influences on the evolution of growth and developmental rates in Passerines. Evolution 56: 2505-2518.
|Tewksbury, J. J., T. E. Martin, S. J. Hejl, W. Jenkins, and M. Kuehn. 2002. Parental care of a cowbird host: caught between the costs of egg-removal and nest predation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 269: 423-429.|
|Ghalambor, C. K., and T. E. Martin. 2002. Comparative manipulation of predation in incubating birds reveals variability in the plasticity of responses. Behavioral Ecology 13: 101-108.|
|Cavitt, J. F. and T. E. Martin. 2002. Effects of forest fragmentation on brood parasitism and nest predation in eastern and western landscapes. Studies in Avian Biology. 25:73-80.|
|Donovan, T. M., C. J. Beardmore, D. N. Bonter, J. D. Brawn, R. J. Cooper, J. A. Fitzgerald, R. Ford, S. A. Gauthreauz, T. L. George. W. C. Hunter, T. E. Martin, J. Price, K. V. Rosenberg, P. D. Vickery, and T. B. Wigley. 2002. Priority research needs for the conservation of Neotropical migrant landbirds. J. Field Ornithol. 73:329-339.|
|2001||Martin, T. E. 2001. Abiotic vs. biotic influences on habitat selection of coexisting species, with implications for climate change. Ecology 82: 175-188.|
|Ghalambor, C. K., and T. E. Martin. 2001. Fecundity-survival trade-offs and parental risk-taking in birds. Science 292: 494-497.|
|Martin, P. R., and T. E. Martin. 2001. Ecological and fitness consequences of coexistence in two congeneric wood warblers (Parulidae: Vermivora): a removal experiment. Ecology 82: 189-206.|
|Martin, P. R., and T. E. Martin. 2001. Behavioral interactions between two coexisting wood warblers (Parulidae: Vermivora): experimental and empirical tests. Ecology 82: 207-218.|
|Martin, T. E., A. P. Moller, S. Merino, and J. Clobert. 2001. Does clutch size evolve in response to parasites and immunocompetence? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 98: 2071-2076.|
|2000||Martin, T. E., P. R. Martin, C. R. Olson, B. J. Heidinger, and J. J. Fontaine. 2000. Parental care and clutch sizes in North and South American birds. Science 287: 1482-1485.|
|Martin, T. E., J. Scott, and C. Menge. 2000. Nest predation increases with parental activity: separating nest site and parental activity effects. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 267: 2287-2294.|
|Conway, C. J., and T. E. Martin. 2000. Evolution of avian incubation behavior: Influence of food, climate and nest predation. Evolution 54: 670-685.|
|Ghalambor, C. K. and T. E. Martin. 2000. Parental investment in two species of nuthatch varies with stage-specific predation risk and reproductive effort. Animal Behavior 60: 263-267.|
|Badyaev, A. V. and T. E. Martin. 2000. Sexual dimorphism in relation to current selection in the House Finch. Evolution 54: 987-997.|
|Banks, A. B., and T. E. Martin. 2000. Variation among host species in probability of parasitism by brown-headed cowbirds: the role of host activity. Behavioral Ecology 12: 31-40.|
|Canterbury, G. E., T. E. Martin, D. R. Petit, L. J. Petit, and D. F. Bradford. 2000. Bird communities and habitat as ecological indicators of forest condition in regional monitoring. Conservation Biology 14: 544-558.|
|Conway, C. J. and T. E. Martin. 2000. Effects of ambient temperature on avian incubation strategies: a model and test. Behavioral Ecology 11: 178-188.|
|Badyaev, A. V. and T. E. Martin. 2000. Individual variation in growth trajectories: Phenotypic and genetic correlations in ontogeny of the house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13: 290-301.|
|Barber, D. R., T. E. Martin, M. A. Melchiors, R. E. Thill, and T. B. Wigley. 2000. Silvicultural practices and nesting fate of forest land birds. Conservation Biology.|
|Mönkkönen, M., and T. E. Martin. 2000. Sensitivity of comparative analyses to population variation in trait values: clutch size and cavity excavation tendencies. Journal of Avian Biology 31: 576-580.|
|1999||Martin, T. E., and C. K. Ghalambor. 1999. Males helping females during incubation. I. Required by microclimate or constrained by nest predation? American Naturalist 153: 131-139.|
|Briskie, J., P. R. Martin, and T. E. Martin. 1999. Nest predation and the evolution of nestling begging. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 266: 2153-2160.|
|Schepps, J., S. Lohr, and T. E. Martin. 1999. Does tree hardness influence nest tree selection by excavating bird species? Auk 116: 658-665.
|1998||Martin, T. E. 1998. Are microhabitat preferences of coexisting species under selection and adaptive? Ecology 79: 656-670.|
|Dobbs, R. C., and T. E. Martin. 1998. Variation in foraging behavior among nesting stages of female Red-faced Warblers. Condor 100: 741-745.|
|Barber, P. M., T. E. Martin, and K. G. Smith. 1998. Pair interactions in Red-faced Warblers. Condor 100: 512-518.|
|Badyaev, A. V., J. Faust, T. E. Martin, and W. J. Etges. 1998. Fitness correlates of spur length and spur asymmetry in male wild Turkeys. Journal of Animal Ecology 67: 845-852.|
|1997||Barber, D. R., and T. E. Martin. 1997. Influence of alternate host densities on Brown-headed Cowbird parasitism rates in Black-capped Vireos. Condor 99: 595-604.|
|Dabbert, C. B., T. E. Martin, and K. C. Powell. 1997. Use of body measurements and serum metabolites to estimate the nutritional status of mallards wintering in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 33: 57-63.
|1996||Martin, T. E. 1996. Fitness costs of resource overlap among coexisting bird species. Nature 380: 338-340.|
|Martin, T. E. 1996. Life history evolution in tropical and south temperate birds: What do we really know? Journal of Avian Biology 27: 263-272.|
|Martin, T. E., and J. Clobert. 1996. Nest predation and avian life history evolution in Europe versus North America: A possible role of humans? American Naturalist 147: 1028-1046.|
|Martin, T. E., and A. V. Badyaev. 1996. Sexual dichromatism in birds: Importance of nest predation and nest location for females versus males. Evolution 50: 2454-2460.|
|Badyaev, A. V., W. J. Etges, and T. E. Martin. 1996. Ecological and behavioral correlates of variation in seasonal home ranges in wild turkeys. Journal of Wildlife Management 60: 154-164.
|Badyaev, A. V., W. J. Etges, and T. E. Martin. 1996. Age-biased spring dispersal in male wild turkeys. Auk 113: 240-242.|
|Badyaev, A. V., T. E. Martin, and W. J. Etges. 1996. Habitat sampling and selection: ecological determinants and reproductive consequences. Auk 113: 636-646.|
|Isenmann, P., and T. E. Martin. 1996. Clutch size and excavation behavior in European Tits (Paridae). Ibis 138: 336-337.
|Dabbert, C. B., K. C. Powell, and T. E. Martin. 1996. Effects of monotypic diets of soybean, rice, and corn on Mallard physiological status. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 27: 248-254.|
|Martin, T. E., I. J. Ball, and J. Tewksbury. 1996. Environmental perturbations and rates of nest predation in birds. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 61: 43-49.|
|1993 - 1995||Martin, T. E. 1995. Avian life history evolution in relation to nest sites, nest predation and food. Ecological Monographs 65: 101-127.|
|Martin, T. E., J. Clobert, and D. R. Anderson. 1995. Return rates in studies of life history evolution: are biases large? Journal of Applied Statistics 22: 863-875.
|Promislow, D., R. Montgomerie, and T. E. Martin. 1994. Sexual selection and survival in North American waterfowl. Evolution 48: 2045-2050.|
|Dabbert, C. B., and T. E. Martin. 1994. Effects of diet composition and temperature on food choice of captive mallards. Southwestern Naturalist 39: 143-147.|
|Martin, T. E. 1993. Evolutionary determinants of clutch size in cavity-nesting birds: nest predation or limited breeding opportunities? American Naturalist 142: 937-946.|
|Martin, T. E. 1993. Nest predation among vegetation layers and habitat types: revising the dogmas. American Naturalist 141: 897-913.|
|Martin, T. E. 1993. Nest predation and nest sites: New perspectives on old patterns. BioScience 43: 523-532.|
|Martin, T. E., and G. R. Geupel. 1993. Nest-monitoring plots: Methods for locating nests and monitoring success. Journal of Field Ornithology 64: 507-519.|
|Conway, C. J., and T. E. Martin. 1993. Habitat suitability for Williamson's Sapsuckers in mixed conifer forests. Journal of Wildlife Management 57: 322-328.|
|1990 - 1992||Martin, T. E. 1992. Breeding productivity considerations: What are the appropriate habitat features for management? Pages 455-473 in J. M. Hagan and D. W. Johnston, editors. Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrants, Smithsonian Institution Press.|
|Martin, T. E. 1992. Interaction of nest predation and food limitation in reproductive strategies. Current Ornithology 9: 163-197.|
|Promislow, D. E. L., R. D. Montgomerie, and T. E. Martin. 1992. Mortality costs of sexual dimorphism in birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 250: 143-150.|
|Martin, T. E., and P. Li. 1992. Life history traits of open- versus cavity-nesting birds. Ecology 73: 579-592.|
|Li, P., and T. E. Martin. 1991. Nest site selection and nesting success of cavity-nesting birds in high elevation forest drainages. Auk 108: 405-418.|
|Young, B. E., M. Kaspari, and T. E. Martin. 1990. Characteristics of nest sites in a community of ant-Acacia nesting birds in Costa Rica. Biotropica 22: 310-315.|
|Martin, T. E., and J. R. Karr. 1990. Behavioral plasticity of foraging maneuvers of migratory warblers: multiple selection periods for niches? Studies in Avian Biology 13: 353-359.|
|Simons, L. S., and T. E. Martin. 1990. Food limitation of avian reproduction: an experiment with the Cactus Wren. Ecology 71: 869-876.
|Selected <1990||Martin, T. E. 1988. On the advantage of being different: Nest predation and the coexistence of bird species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 85: 2196-2199.|
|Martin, T. E. 1988. Nest placement: implications for selected life history traits, with special reference to clutch size. American Naturalist 132: 900-910.|
|Martin, T. E. 1988. Habitat and area effects on forest bird assemblages: Is nest predation an influence? Ecology 69: 74-84.
Martin, T. E. 1988. Processes organizing open-nesting bird assemblages: competition or nest predation? Evolutionary Ecology 2: 37-50.
|Martin, T. E., and J. J. Roper. 1988. Nest predation and nest site selection in a western population of the Hermit Thrush. Condor 90: 51-57.|
|Martin, T. E. 1987. Food as a limit on breeding birds: A life-history perspective. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 18: 453-487.|
|Martin, T. E. 1987. Artificial nest experiments: Effects of nest appearance and type of predator. Condor 89: 925-928.|
|Martin, T. E. 1986. Competition in breeding birds: On the importance of considering processes at the level of the individual. Current Ornithology 4: 181-120.
|Martin, T. E., and J. R. Karr. 1986. Patch utilization by migrating birds: resource oriented? Ornis Scandinavica 17: 165-174.
|Martin, T. E., and J. R. Karr. 1986. Temporal dynamics of neotropical birds with special reference to frugivores in second-growth woods. Wilson Bulletin 98: 38-60.
|Martin, T. E. 1985. Selection of second-growth woodlands by frugivorous spring migrating birds in Panama: an effect of fruit size and plant density? Journal of Tropical Ecology 1: 157-170.|
|Martin, T. E. 1985. Resource selection by tropical frugivorous birds: Integrating multiple interactions. Oecologia 66:563-573.|
|Martin, T. E. 1984. Impact of livestock grazing on birds of a Colombian cloud forest. Topical Ecology 25: 158-171.|
|Martin, T. E. 1981. Species-area slopes and coefficients: A caution on their interpretation. American Naturalist 118: 823-837.|
|Martin, T. E. 1981. Limitation in small habitat islands: Chance or competition? Auk 98: 715-734.|
|Martin, T. E. 1980. Diversity and abundance of spring migratory birds using habitat islands on the Great Plains. Condor 82: 430-439.|
|BREEDING BIOLOGY PUBLICATIONS|
|2010||Ruggera, R. A. and T.E. Martin. 2010. Breeding biology and natural history of the Slate-Throated Whitestart in Venezuela. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122 (3):447-454.|
|Goulding, W. and T.E. Martin. 2010. Breeding biology of the Golden-Faced Tyrannulet (Zimmerius Chrysops) in Venezuela. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122:689-698.|
|2009||Cox, W. A. and T. E. Martin. 2009. Breeding biology of the three-striped warbler in Venezuela: A contrast between tropical and temperate parulids. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121 (4): 667-914.|
|2008||Biancucci, L. and T. E. Martin. 2008. First description of the breeding biology and natural history of the Ochre-breasted Brush Finch in Venezuela. The Wilson Journal of Ornitholgoy 120 (4): 856-862.|
|Muir, J. A., D. Licata, and T. E. Martin. 2008. Reproductive biology of the Red-ruffed Fruitcrow. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120(4):862-867.
|Niklison, A. M., J. I Areta, R. A. Ruggera, K. L. Decker, C. Bosque and T.E. Martin. 2008. Natural history and breeding biology of the Rusty-breasted Antpitta. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120(2): 345-353.|
|2007||Auer, S.K., R. D. Bassar, J. J. Fontaine, and T. E. Martin. 2007. Breeding biology of passerines in a subtropical montane forest in northwestern Argentina. The Condor 109: 321-333.
|Decker, K.L., A. M. Niklison, and T.E. Martin. 2007. First description of the nest, eggs and breeding behavior of the Merida Tapaculo. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119:121-124.
|Fierro-Calderón, K. and T. E. Martin. 2007. Reproductive biology of the Violet-chested Hummingbird in Venezuela and comparisons with other tropical and temperate hummingbirds. Condor 109: 680-685.|
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