Field CR, RuskinKJ, Cohen JB, Hodgman TP, Kovach AI, Olsen BJ, Shriver GW, ElphickCS. 2019. Framework for quantifying population responses to disturbance reveals that coastal birds are highly resilient to hurricanes. Ecology Letters, in press, http://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13384.
Olsen BJ, Froehly JL, Borowske AC, Elphick CS, Field CR, Kocek AR, Kovach AI, Longenecker RA, Shriver WG, Walsh J, Ruskin KJ. 2019. A test of a corollary of Allen’s rule suggests a role for population density. Journal of Avian Biology, in press, http://doi.org/10.1111/jav.02116.
Klingbeil BT, Cohen JB, Correll MD, Field CR, Hodgman TP, Kovach AI, Olsen BJ, Shriver WG, Wiest WA, Elphick CS. 2018. Evaluating a focal-species approach for tidal marsh bird conservation in the northeastern United States, The Condor, 120:4, http://doi.org/10.1650/CONDOR-18-88.1.
Borowske A, Field CR, Ruskin KA, Elphick CS. 2018. Consequences of breeding system for body condition and survival throughout the annual cycle of tidal marsh sparrows. Journal of Avian Biology, 49:4, https://doi.org/10.1111/jav.01529.
Field CR, Ruskin KJ, Benvenuti B, Borowske A, Cohen JB, Garey L, Hodgman TP, Kern RA, King E, Kocek AR, Kovach AI, O’Brien KM, Olsen BJ, Pau N, Roberts SG, Shelly E, Shriver WG, Walsh J, Elphick CS. 2017. Quantifying the importance of geographic replication and representativeness when estimating demographic rates. Ecography, 41:971-981, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02424.
Field CR, Dayer AA, Elphick CS. 2017. Landowner behavior can determine the success of conservation strategies for ecosystem migration under sea-level rise. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114:9134-9139, http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1620319114.
Ruskin KA, Etterson MA, Hodgman TP, Borowske A, Cohen JB, Elphick CS, Field CR, Kern RA, King E, Kocek AR, Kovach AI, Pau N, Shriver WG, Walsh J, Olsen BJ. 2017. Demographic analysis demonstrates systematic but independent spatial variation in abiotic and biotic stressors across 59% of global species range. The Auk, 134:903-916, https://doi.org/10.1642/AUK-16-230.1.
Correll MD, Wiest WA, Hodgman TP, Kelley J, McGill BJ, Elphick CS, Shriver WG, Conway M, Field CR, Olsen BJ. 2017. A Pleistocene disturbance event explains modern diversity patterns in tidal marsh birds. Ecography, 41:684-694, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02937.
Field CR, Bayard T, Gjerdrum C, Hill J, Meiman S, Elphick CS. 2017. High-resolution tide projections reveal extinction threshold in response to sea-level rise. Global Change Biology, in press, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13519.
Ruskin KA, Etterson MA, Hodgman TP, Borowske A, Cohen JB, Elphick CS, Field CR, Kern RA, King E, Kocek AR, Kovach AI, Pau N, Shriver WG, Walsh J, Olsen BJ. 2016. Seasonal fecundity is not related to geographic position across a species’ global range despite a central peak in abundance. Oecologia, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00442-016-3745-8.
Field CR, Gjerdrum C, Elphick CS. 2016. Forest resistance to sea-level rise prevents landward migration of tidal marsh. Biological Conservation 201:363-369, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.07.035.
Field CR, Gjerdrum C, Elphick CS. 2016. Choice of statistical method to adjust counts for imperfect detection has little effect on inferences about animal abundance. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12601.
Reed MJ, Field CR, Silbernagle MD, Nadig A, Goebel K, Dibben-Young A, Donaldson P, Elphick CS. 2015. Application of the complete-data likelihood to estimate juvenile and adult survival for the endangered Hawaiian stilt. Journal of Animal Conservation 18:176-185, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/acv.12156.
Elphick CS, Field CR. 2014. Monitoring indicators of climate change along Long Island Sound: A simple protocol for collecting baseline data on marsh migration. Wetland Science and Practice 31:7-9.
Askins RA, Field CR. 2016. The future of early successional forest birds in Connecticut. Connecticut State of the Birds, Connecticut Audubon Society.