James W. Rivers
James W. Rivers
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Thresholds in forest bird occurrence as a function of the amount of early‐seral broadleaf forest at landscape scales
MG Betts, JC Hagar, JW Rivers, JD Alexander, K McGarigal, BC McComb
Ecological Applications 20 (8), 2116-2130, 2010
Sperm competition selects beyond relative testes size in birds
S Lüpold, GM Linz, JW Rivers, DF Westneat, TR Birkhead
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (2), 391-402, 2009
The persistent problem of lead poisoning in birds from ammunition and fishing tackle
SM Haig, J D'Elia, C Eagles-Smith, JM Fair, J Gervais, G Herring, ...
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 116 (3), 408-428, 2014
Baseline corticosterone is positively related to juvenile survival in a migrant passerine bird
JW Rivers, AL Liebl, JC Owen, LB Martin, MG Betts
Functional Ecology 26 (5), 1127-1134, 2012
Nest mate size, but not short-term need, influences begging behavior of a generalist brood parasite
JW Rivers
Behavioral Ecology 18 (1), 222-230, 2007
Sperm competition leads to functional adaptations in avian testes to maximize sperm quantity and quality
S Lüpold, J Wistuba, OS Damm, JW Rivers, TR Birkhead
Reproduction 141 (5), 595-605, 2011
Evaluation of a reproductive index to estimate dickcissel reproductive success
JW Rivers, DP Althoff, PS Gipson, JS Pontius
The Journal of wildlife management, 136-143, 2003
Community-Level Patterns of Host Use by the Brown-Headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater), a Generalist Brood Parasite
JW Rivers, WE Jensen, KL Kosciuch, SI Rothstein
The Auk 127 (2), 263-273, 2010
Brown-headed cowbird nestlings influence nestmate begging, but not parental feeding, in hosts of three distinct sizes
JW Rivers, TM Loughin, SI Rothstein
Animal Behaviour 79 (1), 107-116, 2010
Spatiotemporal patterns and risk factors for lead exposure in endangered California condors during 15 years of reintroduction
TR Kelly, J Grantham, D George, A Welch, J Brandt, LJ Burnett, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (6), 1721-1730, 2014
A comprehensive approach to identifying monitoring priorities of small landbirds on military installations
DP Althoff, JW Rivers, JS Pontius, PS Gipson, PB Woodford
Environmental Management 34 (6), 887-902, 2004
Synergistic effects of climate and land‐use change influence broad‐scale avian population declines
JM Northrup, JW Rivers, Z Yang, MG Betts
Global change biology 25 (5), 1561-1575, 2019
Cowbirds, conservation, and coevolution: potential misconceptions and directions for future research
BD Peer, JW Rivers, SI Rothstein
Chinese Birds 4 (1), 15-30, 2013
Wild bee diversity increases with local fire severity in a fire‐prone landscape
SM Galbraith, JH Cane, AR Moldenke, JW Rivers
Ecosphere 10 (4), e02668, 2019
Singing behavior of the Hermit Thrush
JW Rivers, DE Kroodsma
Journal of Field Ornithology 71 (3), 467-471, 2000
Comparison of eggshell porosity and estimated gas flux between the brown‐headed cowbird and two common hosts
WB Jaeckle, M Kiefer, B Childs, RG Harper, JW Rivers, BD Peer
Journal of Avian Biology 43 (6), 486-490, 2012
High Levels of Relatedness between Brown-Headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater) Nestmates in a Heavily Parasitized Host Community
JW Rivers, S Young, EG Gonzalez, B Horton, J Lock, RC Fleischer
The Auk 129 (4), 623-631, 2012
Long-term community dynamics of small landbirds with and without exposure to extensive disturbance from military training activities
JW Rivers, PS Gipson, DP Althoff, JS Pontius
Environmental Management 45 (2), 203-216, 2010
An analysis of monthly home range size in the critically endangered California Condor Gymnogyps californianus
JW Rivers, JM Johnson, SM Haig, CJ Schwarz, LJ Burnett, J Brandt, ...
Bird Conservation International 24 (4), 492-504, 2014
Success despite the stress: violet‐green swallows increase glucocorticoids and maintain reproductive output despite experimental increases in flight costs
JW Rivers, GN Newberry, CJ Schwarz, DR Ardia
Functional Ecology 31 (1), 235-244, 2017
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