Colin E. Studds
TitleCited byYear
Challenging claims in the study of migratory birds and climate change
E Knudsen, A Lindén, C Both, N Jonzén, F Pulido, N Saino, ...
Biological Reviews 86 (4), 928-946, 2011
2652011
Nonbreeding habitat occupancy and population processes: an upgrade experiment with a migratory bird
CE Studds, PP Marra
Ecology 86 (9), 2380-2385, 2005
2402005
Rainfall-induced changes in food availability modify the spring departure programme of a migratory bird
CE Studds, PP Marra
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1723), 3437-3443, 2011
1842011
Linking fluctuations in rainfall to nonbreeding season performance in a long-distance migratory bird, Setophaga ruticilla
CE Studds, PP Marra
Climate Research 35 (1/2), 115-122, 2007
1582007
Influence of land use on the integrity of marsh bird communities of Chesapeake Bay, USA
WV DeLuca, CE Studds, LL Rockwood, PP Marra
Wetlands 24 (4), 837-847, 2004
1442004
Migratory Connectivity
PP Marra, CE Studds, M Webster
Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior 2, 455-461, 2010
102*2010
Natal dispersal driven by environmental conditions interacting across the annual cycle of a migratory songbird
CE Studds, TK Kyser, PP Marra
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (8), 2929-2933, 2008
962008
Rapid population decline in migratory shorebirds relying on Yellow Sea tidal mudfiats as stopover sites
CE Studds, BE Kendall, NJ Murray, HB Wilson, DI Rogers, RS Clemens, ...
Nature Communications 8 (14895), 1-7, 2017
902017
Connectivity of Wood Thrush Breeding, Wintering, and Migration Sites Based on Range‐Wide Tracking
CQ Stanley, EA Mchinnon, KC Fraser, MP MacPherson, G Casbourn, ...
Conservation Biology, 2014
752014
Plumage brightness predicts non‐breeding season territory quality in a long‐distance migratory songbird, the American redstart Setophaga ruticilla
MW Reudink, CE Studds, PP Marra, T Kurt Kyser, LM Ratcliffe
Journal of Avian Biology 40 (1), 34-41, 2009
522009
Continental-scale decreases in shorebird populations in Australia
R Clemens, DI Rogers, BD Hansen, K Gosbell, CDT Minton, P Straw, ...
Emu-Austral Ornithology 116 (2), 119-135, 2016
502016
Winter rainfall predicts phenology in widely separated populations of a migrant songbird
AE McKellar, P Marra, SJ Hannon, CE Studds, LM Ratcliffe
Oecologia 172 (2), 595-605, 2013
462013
Coastal urbanization and the integrity of estuarine waterbird communities: threshold responses and the importance of scale
WV DeLuca, CE Studds, RS King, PP Marra
Biological Conservation 141 (11), 2669-2678, 2008
462008
Non-breeding season habitat quality mediates the strength of density-dependence for a migratory bird
PP Marra, CE Studds, S Wilson, TS Sillett, TW Sherry, RT Holmes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1811), 20150624, 2015
372015
Stable‐hydrogen isotope measures of natal dispersal reflect observed population declines in a threatened migratory songbird
CE Studds, KP McFarland, Y Aubry, CC Rimmer, KA Hobson, PP Marra, ...
Diversity and Distributions 18 (9), 919-930, 2012
342012
Do archival light-level geolocators and stable hydrogen isotopes provide comparable estimates of breeding ground origin?
MT Hallworth, CE Studds, TS Sillett, PP Marra
The Auk 130 (2), 273-282, 2013
322013
Estimating geolocator accuracy for a migratory songbird using live ground-truthing in tropical forest
EA McKinnon, CQ Stanley, KC Fraser, MM MacPherson, G Casbourn, ...
Animal Migration 2, DOI:10.2478/ami-2013-0001, 2013
322013
Molt-Migration in the American Redstart (Setophaga Ruticilla) Revisited: Explaining Variation in Feather δD Signatures
MW Reudink, PP Marra, KM Langin, CE Studds, TK Kyser, LM Ratcliffe
The Auk 125 (3), 744-748, 2008
192008
Distribution and protection of intertidal habitats in Australia
K Dhanjal-Adams, J Hanson, N Murray, S Phinn, V Wingate, K Mustin, ...
Emu, 2016
162016
Land cover and rainfall interact to shape waterbird community composition
CE Studds, WV DeLuca, ME Baker, RS King, PP Marra
PLoS ONE 7 (4), e35969. DOI:10.1371/journ, 2012
162012
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