Carlon DB, **Warner P, **Starr C, **Anderson DJ, **Bulmer Z, **Cipparone H, **Dunn J, **Godfrey C, **Goffinet C, **Miller M, and **Nash C. 2018. A first report of shell disease impacting Cancer borealis (Jonah Crab) in the Bay of Fundy. Northeastern Naturalist 25(4): N27-N31.
**Taylor LU, Woodworth BK, Sandercock BK, and NT Wheelwright. 2018. Demographic drivers of collapse of an island songbird population. The Condor 120(4): 828-841.
§ Mennill DJ, Doucet SM, Newman AEM, Williams H, Moran IG, Thomas IP, Woodworth BK, and DR Norris. 2018. Wild birds learn songs from experimental vocal tutors. Current Biology 28:1-6.
§ Moran I, Doucet SM, Newman AEM, Norris DR, Mennill DJ. 2018. Quiet violence: Savannah Sparrows respond to playback-simulated rivals using low-amplitude songs as aggressive signals. Ethology 124(10): 724-732.
Tricola et al. 2018. The rate of telomere loss is related to maximum lifespan in birds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 373(1741): 1-11.
Mauck RA, Dearborn DC, and CE Huntington. 2018. Annual Global Mean Temperature explains reproductive success in a marine vertebrate from 1955-2010. Global Change Biology 24:1599–1613.
Imlay TL, Flemming JM, Saldanha S, Wheelwright NT, and ML Leonard. 2018. Breeding phenology and performance for four swallows over 57 years: relationships with temperature and precipitation. Ecosphere 9(4): e02166.
Bennett J, Jamieson EG, Ronconi RA, and SNP Wong. 2017. Variability in egg size and population declines of Herring Gulls in relation to fisheries and climate conditions. Avian Conservation & Ecology 12(2):16.
Dearborn DC, Page SM, Dainson M, Hauber ME, and D Hanley. 2017. Eggshells as hosts of bacterial communities: an experimental test of the antimicrobial egg coloration hypothesis. Ecology and Evolution 7(22): 9711 - 9719.
Taylor PD, Crewe TL, Mackenzie SA, Lepage D, Crysler Z, Guglielmo CG, Hamilton DJ, Holberton RL, Loring PH, Norris DR, Paquet J, Ronconi RA, Smetzer J, Welch L and BK Woodworth. 2017. The Motus Wildlife Tracking System: A collaborative research network to enhance the understanding of wildlife movement. Avian Conservation & Ecology 12(1):8.
Woodworth BK, Wheelwright NT, Newman AEM, Schaub M, and DR Norris. 2017. Local density regulates migratory songbird reproductive success through effects on double-brooding and nest predation. Ecology 98: 2039-2048.
Wheelwright NT, and C Teplitsky. 2017. Divorce in an island bird population: causes, consequences, and lack of inheritance. American Naturalist 190: 557-569.
§ Pakkala JJ, Norris DR, Sedinger JS and AEM Newman. 2016. Experimental effects of early-life corticosterone on the HPA axis and pre-migratory behavior in a wild songbird. Functional Ecology 30: 1149-1160.
§ Woodworth BK, Wheelwright NT, Newman AEM, Schaub M, and DR Norris. 2017. Winter temperatures limit population growth rate of a migratory songbird. Nature Communications 8:14812.
** Wheelwright NT, Begin E, Ellwanger C, Taylor SH, and Stone JL. 2016. Minimal loss of genetic diversity and no inbreeding depression in blueflag iris (Iris versicolor) on islands in the Bay of Fundy. Botany 94: 643-554.
** Woodworth BK, Newman AEM, Turbek SP, Dossman BC, Hobson KA, Wassenaar LI, Mitchell GW, Wheelwright NT, and DR Norris.. 2016. Differential migration and the link between winter latitude, timing of migration, and breeding in a songbird. Oecologia 181: 413-422.
Wheelwright NT. Eradication of an ecosystem engineer. 2016. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14: 53-54.
Dearborn DC, Gager AB, McArthur AG, Gilmour ME, Mandzhukova E, and Mauck RA. 2016. Gene duplication and divergence produce diverse MHC genotypes without disassortative mating. Molecular Ecology 25:4355-4367.
§ Woodworth BK, Mitchell GW, Norris DR, Francis CM and PD Taylor. 2015. Patterns and correlates of songbird movements at an ecological barrier assessed using landscape- and regional-scale automated radio-telemetry. Ibis 157: 326-339
§ Mitchell GW, Woodworth BK, Taylor PD and DR Norris. 2015. Age specific differences in flight duration and groundspeed are driven by wind conditions aloft: an automated telemetry study. Movement Ecology 3:19.
§ Gilmour ME, CR Lattin, LM Romero, MF Haussmann, RA Mauck, and DC Dearborn. 2015. Finding the best predictor of reproductive performance of Leach’s Storm-petrels. Auk: Ornithological Advances. 132:191-205.
§ Dearborn DC, AB Gager, ME Gilmour, AG McArther, DA Hinerfeld, and RA Mauck. 2015. Non-neutral evolution and reciprocal monophyly of two expressed Mhc class II B genes in Leach’s storm-petrel. Immunogenetics 67:111-123.
Wheelwright NT, Keller LF, and E Postma. 2014. The effect of trait type and strength of selection on heritability and evolvability in an island bird population. Evolution 68(11):3325-36.
Teplitsky CM, Tarka AP Møller, Nakagawa S, Balbontín J, Burke TA, Doutrelant C, Gregoire A, Hansson B, Hasselquist D, Gustafsson L, de Lope F, Marzl A, Mills JA, Wheelwright NT, Yarrall JW, and A Charmantier. 2014. Assessing multivariate constraints to evolution across ten long-term avian studies. PLoS One 9 (3) e90444.
Peterson, T.S., S.K. Pelletier, S.A. Boyden, and K.S. Watrous. 2014. Offshore acoustic monitoring of bats in the Gulf of Maine. Northeastern Naturalist 21(1):86-107.
** Thomson, E. and D.P. Gannon. 2013. Influence of sediment type on predation risk and antipredator responses of soft-shell clams, Mya arenaria. Northeastern Naturalist 20(3):498-510. (BSS Contribution No. 246)
** Shorty, J. and D.P. Gannon. 2013. Habitat selection by the rock gunnel, Pholis gunnellus L. (Pholidae). Northeastern Naturalist 20:155-170. (BSS Contribution No. 245)
** Fiske, J.A., D.P. Gannon, and A.E.M. Newman. 2013. Effects of repeated investigator handling on growth rate and the acute stress response in Leach’s Storm-petrels. Journal of Field Ornithology 84(4):424–431, DOI: 10.1111/jofo.12041 (BSS Contribution No. 244)
** Williams, H., I.I. Levin, D. R. Norris, A.E.M. Newman, and N.T. Wheelwright 2013. Three decades of cultural evolution in Savannah sparrow songs. Animal Behaviour 85: 213-223. (BSS Conribution No. 243)
Burgess, N.M., Bond, A.L., Hebert, C.E., Neugebauer, W.E., and Champoux, L. 2013. Mercury trends in herring gull (Larus argentatus) eggs from Atlantic Canada, 1972-2008: temporal change or dietary shift? Environ. Pollut. 172: 216-222.
Shutler, D., D.J.T. Hussell, D.R. Norris, D.W. Winkler, R.J. Robertson, F. Bonier, W.B. Rendell, M. Bélisle, R. G. Clark, R.D. Dawson, N.T. Wheelwright, M.P. Lombardo, P.A. Thorpe, M.A. Truan, R. Walsh, M.L. Leonard, A.G. Horn, C.M. Vleck, D. Vleck, A.P. Rose, L.A. Whittingham, P.O. Dunn, K. A. Hobson, and M.T. Stanback. 2012. Spatiotemporal patterns in nest box occupancy by Tree Swallow across North America. Avian Conservation Ecology 7: 3 (9 pp.)
** Wheelwright, N.T., E. Graff, and D. R. Norris. 2012. Relative consistency in size, shape and coloration of Savannah Sparrow eggs within and between breeding seasons. Condor 114: 412-420. (BSS Conribution No. 234)
Sunderland, E.M., A. Amirbahman, N.M. Burgess, J. Dalziel, G. Harding, S.H. Jones, E. Kamai, M.R. Karagas, X. Shi, C.Y. Chen. 2012. Mercury sources and fate in the Gulf of Maine. Environmental Research 119: 27-41.
§ Mitchell, G.W., N. T. Wheelwright, C. G. Guglielmo, and D. R. Norris. 2012. Short and long term costs of reproduction in a migratory songbird. Ibis 154:325-337, DOI: 10.1111/j.1474-919X.2012.01212.x. (BSS Conribution No. 231)
§ Mitchell, G.W., A.E.M. Newman, M. Wikelski, and D. R. Norris. 2012. Timing of breeding carries over to influence migratory departure in a songbird: an automated radio tracking study. Journal of Animal Ecology 81:1024-1033. (BSS Conribution No. 236)
Mauck, R.A., Huntington, C.E., and Doherty, P.F., Jr. 2012. Experience versus effort: what explains dynamic heterogeneity with respect to age? Oikos 121:1379-1390, DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.20271.x.
Chen, D., R.J. Letcher, N.M. Burgess, L. Champoux, J.E. Elliott, C.E. Hebert, P. Martin, M. Wayland, D.V. Weseloh, L. Wilson. 2012. Flame Retardants in Eggs of Four Gull Species (Laridae) from Breeding Sites Spanning Atlantic to Pacific Canada. Environmental Pollution 168 (2012) 1-9.
** Steenweg, R.J., R.A. Ronconi & M.L. Leonard. 2011. Seasonal and age-dependent dietary partitioning between Great Black-backed and Herring Gulls. Condor 113: 795-805. (BSS Conribution No. 230)
§ Mitchell, G.W., C. G. Guglielmo, N. T. Wheelwright, C. R. Freeman-Gallant, and D. R. Norris. 2011. Early-life events carry-over to influence pre-migratory condition in a free-living songbird. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28838. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. (BSS Conribution No. 229)
** Mauck, R.A., J.L. Zangmeister, J.C. Cerchiara, C.E. Huntington, & M.F. Haussmann. 2011. Male-biased reproductive effort in a long-lived seabird. Evolutionary Ecology Research 13(1): 19-33.
Hope, D.D, D.B. Lank, B.D. Smith and R.C. Ydenberg. 2011. Migration of two calidrid sandpiper species on the predator landscape: how stopover time and hence migration speed vary with geographical proximity to danger. J. Avian Biol. 42: 523_530, doi: 10.1111/j.1600-048X.2011.05347.x
Haussmann, M.F. and N.M. Marchetto. 2010. Telomeres: Linking stress and survival, ecology and evolution. Current Zoology 56(6):703-713. (BSS Contribution No. 241).
Vleck, C.M., M.F. Haussmann, and D. Vleck. 2010. Avian senescence: underlying mechanisms. Journal of Ornithology 148: 611-624, DOI: 10.1007/s10336-007-0186-5. (BSS Contribution No. 244).
Rudershausen, P.J., J.A. Buckel, J. Edwards, D.P. Gannon, C.M. Butler, and T.W. Averett. 2010. Feeding ecology of blue marlin, dolphinfish, yellowfin tuna and wahoo from the North Atlantic with comparisons to other oceans. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139:1335-1359.
Kozlowski, C.P., R.A. Mauck, K.M. O’Reilly, J. Philipsborn, & R.E. Ricklefs. 2010. Changes in plasma hormone levels correlate with fledging in nestling Leach’s storm-petrels. General And Comparative Endocrinology 169: 91-97. (BSS Conribution No. 215)
Gannon, D.P. and J.G. Gannon. 2010. Assessing trends in the density of Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus): a comparison of passive acoustic and trawl methods. Fishery Bulletin, 108:106–116. (BSS Contribution No. 206)