Peer-Reviewed journal articles:


Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin.Parental investment decisions in response to ambient risk versus actual predation on the prior nest. In press, Condor.

Gilbert, M. and A. D. Chalfoun.Energy development affects populations of sagebrush songbirds in Wyoming.In press, Journal of Wildlife Management.

Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2010. Facultative nest patch shifts in response to nest predation risk: A win-stay, lose-switch strategy? Oecologia 163:885-892.

Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin.2009.Habitat structure mediates predation risk for sedentary prey: Experimental tests of alternative hypotheses. Journal of Animal Ecology 78:497-503.

Fletcher, R. J., Jr., L. Ries, J. Battin, and A. D. Chalfoun.2007.(Invited submission). The role of habitat area and edge in fragmented landscapes: definitively distinct or inevitably intertwined?Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:1017-1030.

Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2007.Assessments of habitat preferences and quality depend on spatial scale and metrics of fitness. Journal of Applied Ecology 44: 983-992.

Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2007.Latitudinal variation in avian incubation attentiveness and an experimental test of the food limitation hypothesis.Animal Behaviour 73: 579-585.

Martin, T. E., R. D. Bassar, S. K. Bassar, J. J. Fontaine, H. A. Mathewson, A. M. Niklison, and A. D. Chalfoun.2006. Life-history and ecological correlates of geographic variation in egg and clutch mass among passerine species. Evolution 60: 390-398.

Chalfoun, A., F. Thompson III., and M. Ratnaswamy. 2002.Nest predators and fragmentation: a review and meta-analysis.Conservation Biology 16: 306-318.

Chalfoun, A., M. Ratnaswamy, and F. Thompson III. 2002.Songbird nest predators in forest-pasture edge and forest interior in a fragmented landscape.Ecological Applications 12:858-867.

Chalfoun, A., J. McClelland, and I. Valiela.1994.The effect of nutrient loading on the growth rate of two bivalves, Mercenaria mercenaria and Mya arenaria, in estuaries of Waquoit Bay, Massachusetts.Biological Bulletin 187:281.