Congratulations to postdoc Leo Campagna and his co-authors on their new paper resulting from Leo’s PhD research: Campagna L, Kopuchian C, Tubaro PL, Lougheed SC. 2014. Pleistocene divergence, range expansion, and secondary contact followed by gene flow between mitochondrial lineages of a widespread Neotropical songbird (Zonotrichia capensis). Biological Journal of…
Congratulations to postdoc Scott Taylor and his co-authors for another paper resulting from his PhD research at Queen’s University: Burg T, Taylor SA, Lemmen K, Gaston AJ, Friesen VL. 2014. Postglacial population differentiation potentially facilitated by a flexible migratory strategy in golden-crowned kinglets (Regulus satrapa). Canadian Journal of Zoology 92: 163-172.
Taylor SA, White TA, Hochacka W, Ferretti V, Curry R, Lovette I. Climate-mediated Movement of an Avian Hybrid Zone Reveals Temporal Variation in Selection and Introgression. American Society of Naturalists. 2014. Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, CA. Jan 13 – 15.
Congratulations to graduate student Marjorie Weber for winning the Ed Rickets Award for Outstanding Student Presentation at the American Society of Naturalists meeting in Asilomar, CA for her talk “The Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Traits that Mediate Defense Mutualisms.”
Irby Lovette, Jake Berv, David Bonter, and Brian Lazzaro are presently leading the 10th iteration of BioEE2650 in Kenya: http://www.eeb.cornell.edu/department/courses/2650/BIOEE_2650/Home.html
Freeman, B.2014.Sexual niche partitioning in two species of New Guinean Pachycephala whistlers. Journal of Field Ornithology 85: 23-30.