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(Ph. D. student; M.S., University of Vermont, B.A., Earlham College):
Behavioral plasticity in passerine migrants as a response to
constraints on food resource acquisition during stopover.
(Ph.D. student; M.S. Northern Arizona University, B.S. University of
Texas): The influence of connectivity on migration stopover strategies
(M.S. Student; BS University of Scranton). Ruby-throated Hummingbird stopover
M.S. student, BS. Louisiana State University. Multi-scale investigation of stopover ecology within an urbanized coastal landscape.
PhD student. BS. Canisius College, MS University of Maine. Behavioral endocrinology and the transition between phases of the annual cycle of migratory songbirds.
MS student. BS. Albion College. Response of gut microbiota to the energetic demands of long-distance passerine migration.
University of Southern Mississippi. Last modified:
08 March, 2010