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Presentations

  • Anderson, S.K., D.E. Lyons, and D.D. Roby. February 2001. Density-dependent foraging patterns of Caspian terns in the Columbia River estuary. Joint annual meeting of the Oregon Chapters of American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society.
  • Anderson, S.K., D.D. Roby, and K. Collis. Factors affecting prey capture rates by Caspian terns. Oregon Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, 13 February, Gleneden Beach, OR.
  • Anderson, S.K., D.D. Roby, and K. Collis. Prey type and tide stage affect prey delivery rates of Caspian terns. Pacific Seabird Group Annual Meeting, 21 February, Santa Barbara, CA.
  • Wright, S.K., D.D. Roby, and R.G. Anthony. 2002. California brown pelicans nesting in the Pacific Northwest?: Potential for a major northward expansion in breeding range. Annual meeting of the Pacfic Seabird Group, Santa Barbara CA.
  • Wright, S.K., D.D. Roby, and R.G. Anthony. 2003. A major new roost site for endangered California brown pelicans in the Columbia River estuary. Joint annual meeting of the Northwest Section and the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
  • Anderson, S.K., D.D. Roby, D.E. Lyons, and K. Collis. Anchovy for dinner again? Importance of marine forage fishes to the nesting success of Caspian terns in the Columbia River estuary. Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Group, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, 23 January 2004.
  • Lyons, D.D., D. D. Roby, J.Y. Adkins, and L.H. Reinalda. When do alternative prey buffer avian predation on juvenile salmonids in the Columbia River estuary? 9th Annual Salmon Ocean Ecology Meeting, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport OR.
  • Collar, S., D.D. Roby, and D.E. Lyons. A non-invasive technique of colony mapping for colonially nesting seabirds. 1st World Seabird Conference, Victoria, B.C., Canada. POSTER
  • Collar, S., D.D. Roby, and D.E. Lyons. There goes the neighborhood: Site fidelity and group adherence at a Caspian Tern (Hydroprogne caspia) colony facing habitat reduction and increased predation. Fifth North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, B.C., 16 August.
  • Collar, S., D.D. Roby, and D.E. Lyons. 2014. Top-down and bottom-up interactions influence reproductive success at a Caspian Tern super-colony. 41st Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Group, Juneau, Alaska.
  • Bailey, O.A., Y. Suzuki, D.D. Roby, D.E. Lyons, P.J. Loschl, T.J. Lawes, and K.S. Bixler. 2015. Site fidelity and inter-colony movements of known-age Caspian Terns. Willamette Valley Bird Symposium, Corvallis, OR, 24 January. (Poster)
  • Bailey, O.A., D.D. Roby, D.E. Lyons, Y. Suzuki, P.J. Loschl, and K.S. Bixler. 2017. Kid-friendly: Factors affecting breeding success of Caspian Terns on East Sand Island in the Columbia River estuary. 44th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Group, Tacoma, Washington.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 95

Masters Students: 239

Phd Students: 143

Post Docs: 53

University Staff: 239

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 701

Scientific Publications: 1949

Presentations: 4250

 

Personnel

Funding Agencies

  • DOE - Bonneville Power Administration

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Cooperative Research Units Program Headquarters Cooperators

  1. U.S. Geological Survey