Critical Habitats for Migratory Birds along the Gulf of Mexico (2019) Cohen EB, Marra PP, Buler JJ, Horton KG, Farnsworth A

Full Annual Cycle Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (2017) Marra PP, Culp LA, Scarpignato AL, Cohen EB

Peer-reviewed Publications

Cohen, E.B., Buler, J.J., Horton, K.G., Loss, S.R., Cabrera-Cruz, S., Smolinsky, J.A., and P.P. Marra. In revision. Exposure of nocturnally migrating birds to current and potential wind development around the Great Lakes. Conservation Letters.

Cohen, E.B., Lafleur, J., and F.R.. Moore. In revision. Density dependent refueling of migratory songbirds during stopover within an urbanizing coastal landscape. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.

Clipp, H. L., Buler, J. J., Smolinsky, J. A., Horton, K. G., Farnsworth, A., & Cohen, E. B. (2021). Winds aloft over three water bodies influence spring stopover distributions of migrating birds along the Gulf of Mexico coast. The Auk, 138(4), ukab051.

DeBrock, S., Cohen, E., Balasubramanian, S., Marra, P. P., & Hamer, S. A. (2021). Characterization of the Plasmodium and Haemoproteus parasite community in temperate-tropical birds during spring migration. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 15, 12-21.

Scarpignato, A. L., Stein, K. A., Cohen, E. B., Marra, P. P., Kearns, L. J., Hallager, S., & Tonra, C. M. (2021). Full annual cycle tracking of Blackcrowned NightHerons suggests wintering areas do not explain differences in colony population trends. Journal of Field Ornithology.

Cohen, E. B., & Satterfield, D. A. (2020) ‘Chancing on a spectacle:’cooccurring animal migrations and interspecific interactions. Ecography, 43: 1657-1671. 

Cohen, E. B., Horton, K. G., Marra, P. P., Clipp, H. L., Farnsworth, A., Smolinsky, J. A., & Buler, J. J. (2020) A place to land: spatiotemporal drivers of stopover habitat use by migrating birds. Ecology Letters,24:38-49.

Clipp, H. L., Cohen, E. B., Smolinsky, J. A., Horton, K. G., Farnsworth, A., & Buler, J. J. (2020) Broad-scale weather patterns encountered during flight influence landbird stopover distributions. Remote Sensing, 12: 565.

Cabrera-Cruz, S. A., Cohen, E. B., Smolinsky, J. A., & Buler, J. J. (2020) Artificial light at night is related to broad-scale stopover distributions of nocturnally migrating landbirds along the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Remote Sensing, 12: 395.

Horton KG, Van Doren BM, La Sorte FA, Cohen EB, Clipp HL, Buler JJ, Fink D, Kelly JF, and Farnsworth A (2019) Holding steady: little change in intensity or timing of bird migration over the Gulf of Mexico. Global Change Biology 25: 1106-1118

Marra PP, Cohen EB, Harrison A-L, Studds CE, and Webster M (2019) Migratory Connectivity. Chapter in Choe, J (ed) Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Oxford: Oxford Academic Press. Pages 643-654.

Cohen, EB, Rushing CR, Moore FR, Hallworth MT, Hostetler JA, Gutierrez Ramirez M, Marra PP (2019) The strength of migratory connectivity for birds en route to breeding through the Gulf of Mexico. Ecography 42: 658-669

Cohen EB, Hostetler JA, Hallworth MT, Rushing CS, Sillett TS, and Marra PP (2018) Quantifying the strength of migratory connectivity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9: 513-524 

Cohen EB, Barrow Jr. WC, Buler JJ, Deppe JL, Farnsworth A, Marra PP, McWilliams SR, Mehlman DW, Wilson RR, Woodrey MS, and Moore FR (2017) Understanding how en route events around the Gulf of Mexico impact intercontinental migratory landbird populations. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119: 327-343

Culp LA, Cohen EB, Scarpignato A, and Marra PP (2017) Full annual cycle climate change vulnerability assessments. Ecosphere 8: e01565

Cohen EB, Aukland L, Marra PP and Hamer SA (2015) Avian migrants facilitate invasions of Neotropical ticks and tick-borne pathogens into the United States. Applied Environmental Microbiology 81: 8366-8378

Marra PP, Cohen EB, Loss SR, Rutter JE, and Tonra CM (2015) A call for full annual cycle research in animal ecology. Biology Letters 11: 20150552

Cohen EB, Németh Z, Zenzal Jr. TJ, Paxton K, Diehl R, Paxton, EH, and Moore FR (2015) Spring resource phenology and timing of songbird migration across the Gulf of Mexico. Chapter in Wood, EM and Kellermann, JL (eds) Phenological synchrony and bird migration: changing climate and seasonal resources in North America. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 47). CRC, New York, USA.

Thorup K, Korner-Nievergelt F, Cohen EB, and Baillie SR (2014) Large-scale spatial analysis of ringing and re-encounter data to infer movement patterns: A review including methodological perspectives. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5: 1337–1350

Cohen EB, Hostetler JA, Royle JA, Marra PP (2014) Estimating migratory connectivity of birds when encounter probabilities are heterogeneous. Ecology and Evolution 4: 1659-1670

Cohen EB, Moore FR, and Fischer RA (2014) Fuel stores, time of spring, and movement behavior influence red-eyed vireo stopover duration. Journal of Ornithology 155: 785-792

Paxton, KL, Cohen EB, Paxton EH, Németh Z, and Moore FR (2014) Climatic variability at over-winter sites in Caribbean-Central and South America differentially affects intercontinental migrants during spring migration. PLoS One 9: e95383

Cohen EB, Pearson S, and Moore FR (2014) Effects of landscape composition and configuration on migrating songbirds: inference from an individual-based model. Ecological Applications 24:169-180

Cohen EB, FR Moore, Fischer RA (2012) Experimental Evidence for the Interplay of Exogenous and Endogenous Factors on the Movement Ecology of a Migrating Songbird. PloS One 7: e41818

Lindell CA, O’Connor RS, and Cohen EB (2011) Nesting success of Neotropical thrushes in agricultural land covers. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123:502-507

Cohen EB and Lindell CA (2005) Habitat use of White-throated Robins (Turdus assimilis) during the breeding season in a mosaic landscape in Costa Rica. Journal of Field Ornithology 76:279-286

Cohen EB and Lindell CA (2004) Survival, habitat use, and movements of fledgling White-throated Robin (Turdus assimilis) in a Costa Rican agricultural landscape. The Auk 121:404-414 

Lindell CA, Cohen EB, and Fritz JS (2004) Are Daily Mortality Rates for Real and Artificial Clutches Comparable? Ornithologia Neotropical 15: 201-208

Woodworth, B.L., J.T. Nelson, E.J. Tweed, S.G. Fancy, M.P. Moore, Cohen EB, and M. S. Collins. 2001. Demography of the endangered Hawai’i Creeper in a wet forest refuge on Mauna Kea, Hawai’i. In Van Riper III C, Scott JM, and Conant S (eds) The Status, Ecology, and Conservation of the Hawiian Avifauna. Studies in Avian Biology 22:164-172. CRC, New York.