Kathy Martin

Forestry University of British Columbia (UBC) 
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Cockle KL, Trzcinski MK, Wiebe KL, et al. (2019) Lifetime productivity of tree cavities used by cavity-nesting animals in temperate and subtropical forests. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e01916
Ibarra JT, Martin M, Cockle KL, et al. (2017) Maintaining ecosystem resilience: functional responses of tree cavity nesters to logging in temperate forests of the Americas. Scientific Reports. 7: 4467
Cockle KL, Martin K. (2015) Temporal dynamics of a commensal network of cavity-nesting vertebrates: increased diversity during an insect outbreak. Ecology. 96: 1093-104
Alice Boyle W, Sandercock BK, Martin K. (2015) Patterns and drivers of intraspecific variation in avian life history along elevational gradients: a meta-analysis. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Edworthy AB, Wiebe KL, Martin K. (2012) Survival analysis of a critical resource for cavity-nesting communities: patterns of tree cavity longevity. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 22: 1733-42
Drever MC, Goheen JR, Martin K. (2009) Species-energy theory, pulsed resources, and regulation of avian richness during a mountain pine beetle outbreak. Ecology. 90: 1095-105
Wiebe KL, Koenig WD, Martin K. (2006) Evolution of clutch size in cavity-excavating birds: The nest site limitation hypothesis revisited American Naturalist. 167: 343-353
Sandercock BK, Martin K, Hannon SJ. (2005) Demographic consequences of age-structure in extreme environments: population models for arctic and alpine ptarmigan. Oecologia. 146: 13-24
Martin K, Wiebe KL. (2004) Coping mechanisms of alpine and arctic breeding birds: extreme weather and limitations to reproductive resilience. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 44: 177-85
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