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Peer-reviewed Publications

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45. Kramer, G.R., K.O. Daly, H.M. Streby, and D.E. Andersen. 2019. Association between American Woodcock seasonal productivity and landscape composition and configuration in Minnesota. Proceedings of 11th American Woodcock Symposiumin press.

-2019-

44. Kramer, G.R., R.K. Pagel, K. Maley, C. Ziegler, S.M. Peterson, D.E. Andersen, D.A. Buehler, P.B. Wood, and H.M. Streby. 2019. Say what? Bivalent singing in Vermivora warblers. Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2881.

43. Toews, D.P.L., S. Taylor, H.M. Streby, G.R. Kramer, and I. Lovette. 2019. Selection on VPS13A linked to migration in a songbird. Proceedings of the National Academy of Scienceshttps://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1909186116.

42. Refsnider, J.M., S.E. Carter, G.R. Kramer, A.D. Siefker, and H.M. Streby. Is dietary or microhabitat specialization associated with environmental heterogeneity in horned lizards (Phrynosoma)? Ecology and Evolution

https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.5109.

41. Kramer, G.R., S.M. Peterson, K.O. Daly, H.M. Streby, and D.E. Andersen. Left out in the rain: Comparing productivity of two associated species exposes a leak in the umbrella species concept. Biological Conservation 233:276-288.

-2018-

40. Taff, C.C., C.R. Freeman-Gallant, H.M. Streby, and G.R. Kramer. 2018. Geolocator deployment reduces survival, alters selection, and impacts demography in a small songbird. PLOSOne. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0207783.

39. Brinkerhoff, J.R., L. Dang, H.M. Streby, and M. Gimpel. 2018. Life history characteristics of birds influence patterns of tick parasitism. Infection Ecology and Epidemiology 9:1. 

DOI: 10.1080/20008686.2018.1547096

38. Toews, D.P.L., H.M. Streby, L. Burkett, and S.A. Taylor. A wood-warbler produced through both interspecific and intergeneric hybridization. Biology Letters DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2018.0557.

37. Refsnider, J.M., S.S. Qian, H.M. Streby, S.E. Carter, I.T. Clifton, A.D. Siefker, and T.K. Vasquez. 2018. Reciprocally-transplanted lizards along an elevational gradient match thermoregulatory behavior of local lizards via phenotypic plasticity. Functional Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13071.

36. Kramer, G.R., D.E. Andersen, D.A. Buehler, P.B. Wood, S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, K.R. Aldinger, L.P. Bulluck, S. Harding, J.A. Jones, J.P. Loegering, C. Smalling, R. Vallender, and H.M. Streby. 2018. Population trends in Vermivora warblers are linked to strong migratory connectivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1718985115.

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35. Streby, H.M., G.R. Kramer, S.M. Peterson, and D.E. Andersen. 2018. Evaluating outcomes of management targeting the recovery of a migratory songbird of conservation concern. PeerJ DOI 10.7717/peerj.4319.

34. Streby, H.M., G.R. Kramer, S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, D.A. Buehler, and D.E. Andersen. 2018. Carefully interpreted light-level geolocator data can lead to the discovery of interesting animal behavior (Response to Lisovski et al.). Current Biology 28:101-102.
 

-2017-

33. Streby, H.M. and G.R. Kramer. 2017. Comment on "Mixed effects of geolocators on reproduction and survival of Cerulean Warblers, a canopy-dwelling, long-distance migrant". The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119:848-851. 

32. Kramer, G.R., H.M. Streby, S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, D.A. Buehler, P.B. Wood, D.J. McNeil, J.L. Larkin, and D.E. Andersen. 2017. Nonbreeding isolation and population-specific migration patterns in three populations of golden-winged warblers. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119:108-121.

-2016-

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Streby, H.M., D.E. Andersen, and D.A. Buehler. 2016. Golden-winged Warbler Ecology, Conservation, and Habitat Management. Studies in Avian Biology. Available for purchase through CRC press and other fine online outlets, and reprints of our chapters are available below.

31. Streby H.M., R.W. Rohrbaugh, D.A. Buehler, D.E. Andersen, R. Vallender, D.I. King, and T. Will. 2016. Research on golden-winged warblers: recent progress and current needs. Pp. 217-227 in H.M. Streby, D.E. Andersen, and D.A. Buehler (editors). Golden-winged warbler ecology, conservation, and habitat management. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 49), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

 

30. Peterson, S.M., H.M. Streby, and D.E. Andersen. 2016. Spatially explicit models of full-season productivity and implications for landscape management of golden-winged warblers in the western Great Lakes region. Pp. 161-171 in H.M. Streby, D.E. Andersen, and D.A. Buehler (editors). Golden-winged warbler ecology, conservation, and habitat management. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 49), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

 

29. Peterson, S.M., H.M. Streby, and D.E. Andersen. 2016. Management implications of brood division in golden-winged warblers. Pp. 141-160 in H.M. Streby, D.E. Andersen, and D.A. Buehler (editors). Golden-winged warbler ecology, conservation, and habitat management. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 49), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

 

28. Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, and D.E. Andersen. 2016. Golden-winged warbler fledgling habitat use and survival in the western Great Lakes region. Pp. 127-140 in H.M. Streby, D.E. Andersen, and D.A. Buehler (editors). Golden-winged warbler ecology, conservation, and habitat management. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 49), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

 

-2015-

 

27. Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, G.R. Kramer, and D.E. Andersen. 2015. Post-independence fledgling ecology in a migratory songbird: implications for breeding-grounds conservation. Animal Conservation 18:228-235.

 

26. Peterson, S.M., H.M. Streby, G.R. Kramer, A.C. Fish, and D.E. Andersen. 2015. High tech or field techs: radio telemetry is a cost-effective method for reducing bias in songbird nest searching. Condor: Ornithological Applications 117:386-395.

 

25. Peterson, S.M., G.R. Kramer, H.M. Streby, J.A. Lehman, D.A. Buehler, and D.E. Andersen. 2015. Geolocators on golden-winged warblers do not affect migratory ecology. Condor: Ornithological Applications 117:256-261.

 

24. Streby, H.M., T.L. McAllister, G.R. Kramer, S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, and D.E. Andersen. 2015. Minimizing marker mass and handling time when attaching radio transmitters and geolocators to small songbirds. Condor: Ornithological Applications 117:249-255.

 

23. Streby H.M., G.R. Kramer, S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, D.A. Buehler, and D.E. Andersen. 2015. Tornadic storm avoidance behavior in breeding songbirds. Current Biology 25:98-102.

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-2014-

 

22. Streby, H.M., J.M Refsnider, and D.E. Andersen. 2014. Redefining reproductive success in songbirds: moving beyond the nest success paradigm. The Auk: Ornothological Advances 131:718-726.

 

21. Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, G.R. Kramer, B.J. Vernasco, and D.E. Andersen. 2014. Do digestive contents confound body mass as a measure of relative condition in nestling songbirds? Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:305-310.

 

20. Streby, H.M., J.M. Refsnider, S.M. Peterson, and D.E. Andersen. 2014. Retirement investment theory explains patterns in songbird nest-site choice. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 281:20131834. -Cover Image-

 

-2013-

 

19. Streby, H.M. and D.E. Andersen. 2013. Movements, cover-type selection, and survival of fledgling ovenbirds in managed deciduous and mixed-coniferous forests. Forest Ecology and Management 287:9-16.

 

18. Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, G.R. Kramer, K.J. Iknayan, and D.E. Andersen. 2013. The effects of force-fledging and premature fledging on the survival of nestling songbirds. Ibis 155:616-620.

 

17. Streby, H.M. and D.E. Andersen. 2013. Survival of fledgling ovenbirds: influences of habitat characteristics at multiple spatial scales. Condor 115:403-410.

 

16. Streby, H.M. and D.E. Andersen. 2013. Testing common assumptions in studies of songbird nest success. Ibis 155:327-337.

 

15. Streby, H.M., B. Scholtens, A.P. Monroe, S.M. Peterson, and D.E. Andersen. 2013. The Ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapilla) as model for testing food-value theory. American Midland Naturalist 169:214-220.

 

14. Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, C.F. Gesmundo, M.K. Johnson, A.C. Fish, J.A. Lehman, and D.E. Andersen. 2013. Radio-transmitters do not affect seasonal productivity of female golden-winged warblers. Journal of Field Ornithology 84:316-321.

 

-2012-

 

13. Streby, H.M. and D.E. Andersen. 2012. Movements and cover-type selection by fledgling ovenbirds after independence from adult care. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:621-626.

 

12. Streby, H.M., J.P. Loegering, and D.E. Andersen. 2012. Spot mapping underestimates song-territory size and use of mature forest by breeding male golden-winged warblers in Minnesota, USA. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:40-46.

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11. Peterson, S.M.*, H.M. Streby, and D.E. Andersen. 2012. Effects of brood parasitism by brown-headed cowbirds may persist into post-fledging. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:183-186.

 

-2011-

 

10. Streby, H.M. and D.E. Andersen. 2011. Seasonal productivity in a population of migratory songbirds: why nest data are not enough. Ecosphere 2(78):1-15.

 

9.   Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, T.L. McAllister, and D.E. Andersen. 2011. Use of early-successional managed northern forest by mature-forest species during the post-fledging period. Condor 113:817-824.

 

8.   Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, and D.E. Andersen. 2011. Invertebrate availability and vegetation characteristics explain use of non-nesting cover types by mature forest songbirds during the post-fledging period. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:406-414.

 

7.   Refsnider, J.M., T.S. Mitchell, H.M. Streby, J.T. Strickland, D.A. Warner, and F.J. Janzen. 2011. A generalized method to determine detectability of rare and cryptic species using the ornate box turtle as a model. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:93-100.

 

6.   Brinkerhoff, R.J., C. Folsom-O’Keefe, H.M. Streby, S.J. Bent, K. Tsao, D. Fish, and M. Diuk-Wasser. 2011. Regional variation in immature Ixodes scapularis parasitism on North American songbirds: implications for the spread of the Lyme pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi. Journal of Medical Entomology 48:422-428.

 

5.   Kapfer, P.M., H.M. Streby, B. Gurung, A. Simcharoen, C.C. McDougal, and J.L.D. Smith. 2011. Fine-scale spatiotemporal variation in tiger (Panthera tigris) diet in Chitwan National Park, Nepal. Wildlife Biology 17:1-9.

 

-2010 and earlier-

 

4.   Streby, H.M. and D.B. Miles. 2010. Assessing ecosystem restoration alternatives in eastern deciduous hardwood forests using avian nest survival. Open Environmental Sciences 4:39-48.

 

3.   Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, and P.M. Kapfer. 2009. Fledging success is a poor indicator of the effects of bird blow flies on ovenbird survival. Condor 111:193-197.

 

2.   Streby, H.M., J.M. Refsnider, S.M. Peterson, and D.E. Andersen. 2008. Barred owl predation on hermit thrush and ovenbird fledglings. Journal of Raptor Research 42:296-298.

 

1.   Refsnider, J., J. Moore, and H. Streby. 2008. Sphenodon punctatus (common tuatara): prey detection. Herpetological Review 39:347-348.

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