Publications since 1987 (that is to say, almost all of them!) Grad students in bold.

JA Awkerman, KP Huyvaert, J Mangel, J Alfaro Shigueto, and DJ Anderson. 2006. Incidental and intentional catch threatens Galápagos waved albatross. Biological Conservation 133:483-489. [pdf]

CA Humphries, VD Arevalo, KN Fischer, and DJ Anderson. 2006. Contributions of marginal offspring to reproductive success of Nazca booby (Sula granti) parents; tests of multiple hypotheses. Oecologia 147:379-390. [pdf]

DJ Anderson and PT Boag. 2006. No extra-pair fertilization observed in Nazca Booby (Sula granti) broods. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118:244-247. [pdf]

BS Arbogast, PT Boag, G Seutin, PR Grant, BR Grant, S Drovetski, RL Curry, and DJ Anderson. 2006. The origin and diversification of Galápagos mockingbirds. Evolution 60:370-382. [pdf]

M Finkelstein, B Keitt, D Croll, B Tershy, W Jarman, S Rodriguez-Pastor, DJ Anderson, PR Sievert, and D Smith. 2006. Albatross species demonstrate regional differences in North Pacific marine contamination. Ecological Applications 16:678-686. [pdf]

KP Huyvaert, P Parker, and DJ Anderson. 2006. The mate opportunity hypothesis and extra-pair paternity in waved albatrosses (Phoebastria irrorata). Auk 123:524-536. [pdf].

Anderson , D. J. and P. T. Boag. 2006. No extra-pair fertilization observed in Nazca Booby ( Sula granti) broods. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118:244-247. [pdf]

Arbogast, BS, PT Boag, G Seutin, PR Grant, BR Grant, S Drovetski, RL Curry, and DJ Anderson. 2006. The origin and diversification of Galápagos mockingbirds. Evolution 60:370-382. [pdf]

SA Shaffer, Y Tremblay, JA Awkerman, BR Henry, SLH Teo, DJ Anderson, DA Croll, and DP Costa. 2005. Comparison of light- and SST-based geolocation with satellite telemetry in free-ranging birds. Marine Biology 147:833-843. [pdf]

JA Awkerman, KP Huyvaert, and DJ Anderson. 2005. Egg rescue increases hatching success in mobile-Incubating waved albatrosses (Phoebastria irrorata). Avian Ecology and Conservation, in press.

JA Awkerman, A Fukuda, H Higuchi, and DJ Anderson. 2005. Foraging activity and submesoscale habitat use of waved albatrosses (Phoebastria irrorata) during the chick brooding period. Marine Ecology Progress Series. [pdf]

KP Huyvaert, P Parker, and DJ Anderson. 2005. The mate opportunity hypothesis and extra-pair paternity in waved albatrosses (Phoebastria irrorata). Auk, in press.

TE Steeves, DJ Anderson and VL Friesen. 2005. A role for non-physical barriers to gene flow in the diversification of a highly vagile seabird, the masked booby (Sula dactylatra). Molecular Ecology, in press.

TE Steeves, DJ Anderson, and VL Friesen. 2005. The Isthmus of Panama: a major physical barrier to gene flow in highly mobile pantropical seabirds. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 18:1000-1008. [pdf]

KD Hyrenbach, C Keiper, SG Allen, DG Ainley, and DJ Anderson. 2005. Use of marine sanctuaries by far-ranging predators:commuting flights to the California Current System by breeding Hawaiian albatrosses. Fisheries Oceanography 14:1-9. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, ET Porter, and ED Ferree. 2004. Non-breeding Nazca boobies (Sula granti) show social and sexual interest in chicks: Behavioural and ecological aspects. Behaviour 141:959-978. [pdf]

ED Ferree, MC Wikelski, and DJ Anderson. 2004. Hormonal correlates of siblicide in Nazca boobies: support for the challenge hypothesis. Hormones and Behavior 46:655-662. [pdf]

SM Morgan, LD Clifford, MA Ashley-Ross, and DJ Anderson. 2004. Variation in incubation temperatures in Nazca boobies: evidence for a critical period. J. of Avian Biology 35:416-424. [pdf]

KP Huyvaert and DJ Anderson.  2004.  Limited dispersal by Nazca boobies.  Journal of Avian Biology 35:46-53. [pdf]

A Fukuda, M Katsuji, E Hirano, M Suzuki , H Higuchi, E Morishita, DJ Anderson, S Waugh, and R Phillips. 2004. BGDL-II - a GPS data logger for birds. Mem. Natl. Inst. Polar Res., Spec. Issue 58:234-245.

DJ Anderson, KP Huyvaert, DR Wood, CL Gillikin, BJ Frost, and H Mouritsen. 2003. At-sea movements of waved albatrosses and the Galápagos Marine Reserve. Biological Conservation 110:367-373. [pdf]

H Mouritsen, KP Huyvaert, BJ Frost, and DJ Anderson.  2003.   Waved albatrosses can navigate without a functional magnetic compass.  J. of Experimental Biology 206:4155-4165. [pdf]

EM Tarlow, MC Wikelski, and DJ Anderson. 2003. Correlation between plasma steroids and chick visits by non-breeding adult Nazca boobies. Hormones and Behavior 43:402-407. [pdf]

DJ Anderson and V Apanius.  2003.  Actuarial and reproductive senescence in a long-lived seabird: preliminary evidence.  Experimental Gerontology 38:757-760. [pdf]

EM Tarlow, M Hau, DJ Anderson, and M Wikelski.  2003.  Diel changes in plasma melatonin and corticosterone levels in tropical Nazca boobies (Sula granti) in relation to moon phase and age.  General and Comparative Endocrinology, in press. [pdf]

SM Morgan, MA Ashley-Ross, and DJ Anderson.  2003.  Foot-mediated incubation: Nazca booby (Sula granti) feet as surrogate brood patches.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76:360-366. [pdf]

TE Steeves, DJ Anderson, H McNally, MH Kim, and VL Friesen. 2003. Phylogeography of Sula: the role of physical barriers to gene flow in the diversification of tropical seabirds. J. of Avian Biology 34:217-223. [pdf]

LD Clifford and DJ Anderson. 2002. Clutch size variation in the Nazca booby: a test of the egg quality hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology 13:274-279. [pdf]

KD Hyrenbach, P Fernández, and DJ Anderson. 2002. Oceanographic habitats exploited by two sympatric North Pacific albatrosses during the breeding season. Marine Ecology Progress Series 233:283-301. [pdf]

HM Townsend, KP Huyvaert, PJ Hodum, and DJ Anderson.  2002.  Nesting distributions of Galápagos boobies (Aves: Sulidae): an apparent case of amensalism.  Oecologia 132:419-427. [pdf]

VL Friesen, DJ Anderson, TE Steeves, H Jones, and EA Schreiber.  2002.  Molecular support for the species status of the Nazca booby.  Auk 119:820-826. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, KP Huyvaert, V Apanius, H Townsend, CL Gillikin, LD Hill, F Juola, ET Porter, DR Wood, C Lougheed, and H Vargas. 2002. Waved albatross population size and trends. Marine Ornithology 30:63-69. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, KP Huyvaert, DR Wood, CL Gillikin, BJ Frost, and H Mouritsen. 2002. At-sea movements of waved albatrosses and the Galápagos Marine Reserve. Biological Conservation 110:367-373. [pdf]

A Agreda, and DJ Anderson. 2002. Evolution of single-chick broods in the swallow-tailed gull Creagrus furcatus. Ibis 145:E53-58. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, KP Huyvaert, V Apanius, H Townsend, CL Gillikin, LD Hill, FJuola, ET Porter, DR Wood, C Lougheed, and H Vargas. 2002. Waved albatross population size and trends. Marine Ornithology 30:63-69. [pdf]

L Clifford and DJ Anderson. 2001. Experimental demonstration of the insurance value of extra eggs in an obligately siblicidal seabird. Behavioral Ecology 12:340-347. [pdf]

P Fernández, DJ Anderson, P Sievert, and KP Huyvaert. 2001. Foraging destinations of three low-latitude albatross species. Journal of Zoology 254:391-404.

L Clifford and DJ Anderson. 2001. Food limitation explains most clutch size variation in the Nazca booby. Journal of Animal Ecology 70:539-545. [pdf]

E Tarlow, M Wikelski, and DJ Anderson. 2001. Hormonal correlates of siblicide in Nazca boobies.  Hormones and Behavior 40:14-20. [pdf]

KP Huyvaert, DJ Anderson, T Jones, W Duan, and P Parker. 2000.   Extra-pair fertilizations in waved albatrosses.   Molecular Ecology 9:1415-1419 [pdf].

P Fernández and DJ Anderson. 2000.  Nocturnal and diurnal foraging activity of Hawaiian albatrosses detected with a new immersion monitor.  Condor 102:577-584. [pdf]

L Lougheed and DJ Anderson. 1999. Parent blue-footed boobies suppress siblicidal behavior of offspring. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45:11-18. [pdf]

VL Friesen and DJ Anderson. 1997. Phylogeny and evolution in the Sulidae (Pelecaniformes: Aves): A test of alternative modes of speciation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 7:252-260.

WW Weathers, PJ Hodum, and DJ Anderson. 1997. Is the energy cost of begging by nestling passerines surprisingly low? Auk 114:133. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, DM Bird, and J Reeve. 1997. Sexually dimorphic eggs, nestling growth, and sibling competition in American kestrels Falco sparverius. Functional Ecology 11:331-335. [pdf]

RA Browne, DJ Anderson, JN Houser, F Cruz, KJ Glasgow, CN Hodges, and G Massey. 1997. Genetic diversity and divergence of endangered Galápagos and Hawaiian petrel populations. Condor. 99:812-815. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, AJ Schwandt, and HD Douglas. 1997. Foraging ranges of waved albatrosses in the eastern tropical Pacific. In Albatross Biology and Conservation (G. Robertson and R. Gales, eds.), Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton.

DJ Anderson and F Cruz. 1997. Biology and Management of the Waved Albatross: A 25-Year Perspective. In Albatross Biology and Conservation (G. Robertson and R. Gales, eds.) Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton.

DJ Anderson and RE Ricklefs. 1995. Evidence of kin-selected tolerance by nestlings in a siblicidal bird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37:163-168.

DJ Anderson. 1995. The role of parents in siblicidal brood reduction of two booby species. Auk 112:860-869. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, C Budde, J Martinez Gomez, V Apanius, WW Weathers, and DM Bird. 1993. Prey size influences female competitive dominance in nestling American kestrels (Falco sparverius). Ecology 74:367-376. [pdf]

DJ Anderson and PJ Hodum. 1993. Predator behavior favors clumped nesting in an oceanic seabird. Ecology 74:2462-2464. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, J Staples, J Martinez Gomez, WW Weathers, S Hutson, H Cunningham, and DM Bird. 1993. Sexual size dimorphism and food requirements of nestling birds. Canadian Journal of Zoology 71:2541-2545.

DJ Anderson. 1993. Masked Booby (Sula dactylatra). In The Birds of North America, No. 73 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences.

DJ Anderson and RE Ricklefs. 1992. Food provisioning and brood size in masked and blue-footed boobies (Sula spp.) on Isla Española, Galápagos Islands. Ecology 73:1363-1374. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, PR Sievert, J Andrews-Labenski, and RE Ricklefs. 1991. A miniature activity recorder for plunge-diving seabirds. Auk 108:257-263. [pdf]

DJ Anderson. 1991. Apparent predator-limited distribution of Galápagos red-footed boobies. Ibis 33:26-29.

DJ Anderson. 1991. Parent blue-footed boobies are not infanticidal. Ornis Scandinavica 22:169-170.

DJ Anderson. 1990. On the evolution of human brood size. Evolution 44:438-440. [pdf]

DJ Anderson. 1990. Evolution of obligate siblicide in boobies. 1: A test of the insurance egg hypothesis. American Naturalist 135:334-350. [pdf]

DJ Anderson. 1990. Evolution of obligate siblicide in boobies. 2: Food limitation and parent-offspring conflict. Evolution 44:2069-2082. [pdf]

DJ Anderson. 1989. Differential responses of boobies and other seabirds in the Galápagos to the 1987 El Niño-Southern Oscillation event. Marine Ecology Progress Series 52:209-216.

DJ Anderson. 1989. The role of hatching asynchrony in siblicidal brood reduction of two booby species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 25:363-368.

DJ Anderson and S Fortner. 1988. Egg neglect by waved albatross and associated mosquito ectoparasitism. Condor 90:727-729. [pdf]

DJ Anderson, NC Stoyan, and RE Ricklefs. 1987. Why are there no viviparous birds? A comment. American Naturalist 130:941-947. [pdf]

DJ Anderson and RE Ricklefs. 1987. Radio-tracking masked and blue-footed boobies in the Galápagos Islands. National Geographic Research 3:152-163.

RL Curry and DJ Anderson. 1987. Inter-island variation in blood drinking by Galápagos mockingbirds. Auk 104:517-521. [pdf]

RE Ricklefs, AR Place, and DJ Anderson. 1987. An experimental investigation of the influence of diet quality on growth rate in Leach's storm petrel. American Naturalist 130:300-305. [pdf]

 

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