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Dr. Thomas Martin

Education

  • Ph D University of Illinois 1982
  • MS South Dakota State University 1978
  • BS Washington State University 1975

Research Interests

Population Biology of Birds
Climate Change Effects
Habitat Selection
Life History Evolution

Teaching Interests

Conducting Strong Inference Science
Evolutionary Ecology

Professional Society Service

  • Cooper Ornithological Society - Past-President (March 2009 - March 2011)
  • Cooper Ornithological Society - President (June 2007 - March 2009)
  • Cooper Ornithological Society - President Elect (June 2005 - June 2007)
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Research Publications

  • Martin, T. E., A. J. Boyce, K. Fierro-Calderón, A. E. Mitchell, C. E. Armstad, J. Mouton, and E. E. Bin Soudi. 2017. Do enclosed nests provide greater thermal than nest predation benefits compared with open nests across latitudes? Functional Ecology 31: 1231-1240.
  • LaManna, J. A., and T. E. Martin. 2017. Logging impacts on avian species richness and composition differ across latitudes and foraging and breeding habitat preferences. Biological Reviews 92: 1657-1674.
  • LaManna, J. A., and T. E. Martin. Seasonal fecundity and consequences for λ are more strongly affected by direct than indirect predation effects across species. Ecology 98: 1829–1838
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Current Projects

Completed Projects

Courses

  • Conducting strong inference science (2011)
  • Conducting strong inference science (2009)
  • Conducting strong inference science (2008)
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Montana Wildlife University Committees and Workgroups

  • Thomas MartinChair, Graduate Evaluation Committee (August 2009 - August 2010)
  • Thomas MartinChair, Graduate Evaluation Committee (August 2008 - August 2009)
  • Thomas MartinChair, Graduate Admissions and Evaluation Committee (August 2007 - August 2008)
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Technical Publications

  • Haig, S. M., T. E. Martin, C. van Riper, and T. D. Beard. 2013. Pathways for conservation. Science 341: 215.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 9

Phd Students: 9

Post Docs: 0

University Staff: 22

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 8

Scientific Publications: 50

Presentations: 49

Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks
  2. The University of Montana
  3. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  4. U.S. Geological Survey
  5. Wildlife Management Institute