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Peter Hodum
Peter Hodum
Professor of Biology, University of Puget Sound; Chile Program Director, Oikonos Ecosystem
Verified email at oikonos.org
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Improving recovery planning for threatened and endangered species
TC Foin, AL Pawley, DR Ayres, TM Carlsen, PJ Hodum, PV Switzer
BioScience 48 (3), 177-184, 1998
2221998
Seabird mortality induced by land‐based artificial lights
A Rodríguez, ND Holmes, PG Ryan, KJ Wilson, L Faulquier, Y Murillo, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (5), 986-1001, 2017
1772017
Trophic relationships among Antarctic fulmarine petrels: insights into dietary overlap and chick provisioning strategies inferred from stable-isotope (δ15N and δ13C) analyses
PJ Hodum, KA Hobson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 198, 273-281, 2000
1622000
Future directions in conservation research on petrels and shearwaters
A Rodriguez, JM Arcos, V Bretagnolle, MP Dias, ND Holmes, M Louzao, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 94, 2019
1492019
Globally important islands where eradicating invasive mammals will benefit highly threatened vertebrates
ND Holmes, DR Spatz, S Oppel, B Tershy, DA Croll, B Keitt, P Genovesi, ...
PLoS One 14 (3), e0212128, 2019
1412019
Thermal ecology and ecological energetics of California spotted owls
WW Weathers, PJ Hodum, JA Blakesley
The Condor 103 (4), 678-690, 2001
972001
Size and dynamics of microplastic in gastrointestinal tracts of Northern Fulmars (Fulmarus glacialis) and Sooty Shearwaters (Ardenna grisea)
AK Terepocki, AT Brush, LU Kleine, GW Shugart, P Hodum
Marine Pollution Bulletin 116 (1-2), 143-150, 2017
962017
Two forage fishes as potential conduits for the vertical transfer of microfibres in Northeastern Pacific Ocean food webs
JM Hipfner, M Galbraith, S Tucker, KR Studholme, AD Domalik, ...
Environmental Pollution 239, 215-222, 2018
952018
Predator behavior favors clumped nesting in an oceanic seabird
DJ Anderson, PJ Hodum
Ecology 74 (8), 2462-2464, 1993
911993
Polygyny and male parental care in Savannah sparrows: effects on female fitness
NT Wheelwright, CB Schultz, PJ Hodum
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 31, 279-289, 1992
681992
Global political responsibility for the conservation of albatrosses and large petrels
M Beal, MP Dias, RA Phillips, S Oppel, C Hazin, EJ Pearmain, J Adams, ...
Science Advances 7 (10), eabd7225, 2021
592021
Energy expenditure and food requirement of Cassin’s Auklets provisioning nestlings
PJ Hodum, WJ Sydeman, GH Visser, WW Weathers
The Condor 100 (3), 546-550, 1998
451998
Thermoregulation in Antarctic fulmarine petrels
WW Weathers, KL Gerhart, PJ Hodum
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 170, 561-572, 2000
392000
Persistent organic pollutants in forage fish prey of rhinoceros auklets breeding in Puget Sound and the northern California Current
TP Good, SF Pearson, P Hodum, D Boyd, BF Anulacion, GM Ylitalo
Marine pollution bulletin 86 (1-2), 367-378, 2014
382014
Energetics of nestling growth and parental effort in Antarctic fulmarine petrels
PJ Hodum, WW Weathers
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (13), 2125-2133, 2003
382003
Is the energy cost of begging by nestling passerines surprisingly low?
WW Weathers, PJ Hodum, DJ Anderson
The Auk 114 (1), 133-133, 1997
351997
A Model Approach for Estimating Colony Size, Trends, and Habitat Associations of Burrow-Nesting Seabirds: Un Enfoque Modelo Para Estimar el Tamaño de la Colonia, las Tendencias …
SF Pearson, PJ Hodum, TP Good, M Schrimpf, SM Knapp
The Condor 115 (2), 356-365, 2013
312013
Nesting distributions of Galápagos boobies (Aves: Sulidae): an apparent case of amensalism
HM Townsend, KP Huyvaert, PJ Hodum, DJ Anderson
Oecologia 132, 419-427, 2002
312002
Assessing western gull predation on purple sea urchins in the rocky intertidal using optimal foraging theory
CL Snellen, PJ Hodum, E Fernández-Juricic
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85 (2), 221-231, 2007
282007
Using citizen-science data to identify local hotspots of seabird occurrence
EJ Ward, KN Marshall, T Ross, A Sedgley, T Hass, SF Pearson, G Joyce, ...
PeerJ 3, e704, 2015
262015
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