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Thomas E Martin
Thomas E Martin
Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, University of Montana
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Fixed-radius point counts in forests: factors influencing effectiveness and efficiency
DR Petit, LJ Petit, VA Saab, TE Martin
Monitoring bird populations by point counts, 49-56, 1995
2093*1995
Food as a limit on breeding birds: a life-history perspective
TE Martin
Annual review of ecology and systematics 18 (1), 453-487, 1987
19031987
Avian life history evolution in relation to nest sites, nest predation, and food
TE Martin
Ecological monographs 65 (1), 101-127, 1995
18051995
Handbook of field methods for monitoring landbirds
CJ Ralph
Pacific Southwest Research Station, 1993
15811993
Nest predation and nest sites.
TE Martin
BioScience 43 (8), 523-532, 1993
14421993
Nest-Monitoring Plots: Methods for Locating Nests and Monitoring Success (Métodos para localizar nidos y monitorear el éxito de estos)
TE Martin, GR Geupel
Journal of field Ornithology, 507-519, 1993
10971993
Manual de métodos de campo para el monitoreo de aves terrestres
CJ Ralph
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, 1997
9991997
Ecology and management of neotropical migratory birds
TE Martin, DM Finch
Oxford University Press, 0
902*
Nest predation and nest-site selection of a western population of the Hermit Thrush
TE Martin, JJ Roper
The condor 90 (1), 51-57, 1988
8441988
Nest predation among vegetation layers and habitat types: revising the dogmas
TE Martin
The American Naturalist 141 (6), 897-913, 1993
8151993
Nest predation increases with parental activity: separating nest site and parental activity effects
TE Martin, J Scott, C Menge
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
7682000
Breeding productivity considerations: what are the appropriate habitat features for management?
TE Martin
Ecology and conservation of neotropical migrant landbirds, 455-473, 1992
7231992
Are microhabitat preferences of coexisting species under selection and adaptive?
TE Martin
Ecology 79 (2), 656-670, 1998
6351998
Fecundity-survival trade-offs and parental risk-taking in birds
CK Ghalambor, TE Martin
Science 292 (5516), 494-497, 2001
6212001
Life history traits of open‐vs. cavity‐nesting birds
TE Martin, P Li
Ecology 73 (2), 579-592, 1992
5871992
Life history evolution in tropical and south temperate birds: what do we really know?
TE Martin
Journal of Avian Biology 27 (4), 263-272, 1996
5721996
Parent birds assess nest predation risk and adjust their reproductive strategies
JJ Fontaine, TE Martin
Ecology letters 9 (4), 428-434, 2006
5662006
Bird communities and habitat as ecological indicators of forest condition in regional monitoring
GE Canterbury, TE Martin, DR Petit, LJ Petit, DF Bradford
Conservation Biology 14 (2), 544-558, 2000
5602000
Parental care and clutch sizes in North and South American birds
TE Martin, PR Martin, CR Olson, BJ Heidinger, JJ Fontaine
Science 287 (5457), 1482-1485, 2000
5442000
BBIRD field protocol
TE Martin, CR Paine, CJ Conway, WM Hochachka, P Allen, W Jenkins
Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, University of Montana, Missoula, USA, 1997
495*1997
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