Editorial Team

 

Editors-in-Chief


Reed Bowman Archbold Biological Station

Editor Image Mark E Hauber University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Website

Dr. Hauber is the Harley Jones Van Cleave Professor of Host-Parasite Interactions at the University of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign.

brood parasitism, recognition systems

Subject Editors


Editor Image Daniel R. Ardia
Subject Editor
Franklin & Marshall College Website

Dan studies how birds respond to rapidly changing environmental conditions, with a particular focus on life history tradeoffs, metabolic rate, incubation behavior and egg physiology, and foraging behavior.

life history, ecophysiology, incubation, reproductive behavior, eggs, foraging, metabolic rate

Juan I. Areta
Subject Editor
CICyTTP-CONICET

Travis L DeVault
Subject Editor
University of Georgia Website

Christopher E. Hill
Subject Editor
Coastal Carolina University

Editor Image Jeffrey P. Hoover
Subject Editor
University of Illinois, Prairie Research Institute, Illinois Natural History Survey

I am an avian ecologist and study birds (particularly migratory songbirds) in upland and bottomland forest ecoystems and use observational and experimental field studies to address ecological questions and conservation issues. A primary focus of my research has been determining how habitat features and landscape composition affect nest predation and brood parasitism in breeding birds. My work in bottomland forests has also documented how hydrological restoration of forested wetlands affects breeding bird communities. Another major focus of my research has been studying brood-parasite/host interactions and their ecological and evolutionary ramifications. Finally, my long-term work on Prothonotary Warblers has addressed behavioral decision rules for site fidelity, natal philopatry and first-year survival, density dependent reproductive output, and the effects of a warming climate on the timing of breeding.

nesting ecology, nest predation, brood parasitism, breeding site fidelity, natal philopatry, survival, forest fragmentation, lifetime reproductive success

Editor Image Terri J Maness
Subject Editor
Louisiana Tech University Website

Dr. Maness is an Associate Professor and Environmental Science Program Coordinator at Louisiana Tech University.Her research group attempts to explain the structure and function of organisms in terms of their ecology and evolutionary history. Our approach is integrative, encompassing behavioral ecology, conservation, demography, endocrinology, immunology, and toxicology.

avian health, conservation physiology

Editor Image Abby N. Powell
Subject Editor
USGS Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Website

I am the Unit Leader of the USGS Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Before that, I served as an Assistant Unit Leader of the Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit for 15 years. My graduate students and I work on a variety of research in avian ecology, mostly with an applied focus. I have worked a lot with species of conservation concern and have a particular affinity for working with shorebirds. However, my work has spanned over many avian taxa including eiders, ravens, passerines, and long-legged waders.

avian ecology, conservation, migration

Matthew Reudink
Subject Editor
Thompson Rivers University Website

Editor Image Scott A. Rush
Subject Editor
Mississippi State University

Scott Rush is an Associate Professor in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries & Aquaculture at Mississippi State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia (2009) where his research focused on indicators of ecosystem properties within northern Gulf of Mexico tidal marshes. His post-doctoral training, completed at The University of Windsor's (Windsor, Ontario) Great Lakes' Institute for Environmental Research, addressed changes in energy mobility through Great Lakes ecosystems. Now at Mississippi State University, Scott and his students continue to work within an expanding research framework incorporating novel technologies and chemical tracers to address features of landscape and trophic ecology relative to wildlife populations. Some current work strives to understand the effects of climate change on avian population regulation, and management of ecological communities supporting threatened and endangered species, especially within the context of human-wildlife conflicts.

Community ecology; ecology and conservation of tidal systems; human-wildlife conflict; urban wildlife ecology; wildlife management

Rachael Shaw
Subject Editor

Jen Smith
Subject Editor
Texas San Antonio

Spanish Translators


Leonardo Calle
Spanish Translator
Montana State University

Juan Pablo Gomez
Spanish Translator
University of Florida

Gustavo Londoño
Spanish Translator
galondono@icesi.edu.co

Raul A. Pérez-Rivera
Spanish Translator
U.P.R.-Humacao

Editorial Assistance Program (EAP) Coords


Daniel M. Brooks
Editorial Assistance Program (EAP) Coord
Department of Vertebrate Zoology, Houston Museum of Natural Science

Book Reviews Editors


Darrell Ashworth
Book Reviews Editor

Journal of Field Ornithology ISSN: 1557-9263