Manuscript using light-level geolocators to identify non-breeding locations, migration routes and timing of Kirtland's Warblers gets Journal of Avian Biology cover
Our recent Journal of Avian Biology paper was featured in BirdWatching Magazine - read the article here
Our recent Scientific Reports paper demonstrating the use of miniaturized GPS tags to track Ovenbirds from breeding to non-breeding territories was featured by several popular media outlets.
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I'm presenting the findings from my dissertation work at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute's seminar series.
Second chapter published -
'Migratory connectivity of a Neotropical migratory songbird revealed using archival light-level geolocators' has been accepted at Ecological Applications and is now available as a pre-print here.
I'll be presenting in Estes Park, CO at the AOU:COS:SCO 2014 Joint Meeting on Sept. 24th 2014 at 13:45. See the other talks in the session here.
Dissertation defense is right around the corner!
June 11th at 9:30am
Planetary Hall - room 212
George Mason University, Fairfax VA 22030