Marty Morton, Ph.D.

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University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
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Ho WW, Connolly SG, Reynolds PL, et al. (2014) Song exposure during juvenile dispersal in Mountain White-crowned Sparrows Auk. 131: 208-214
Morton ML, Pereyra ME. (2011) Mining patterns of the aspen leaf miner, phyllocnistis populiella, on its host plant, populus tremuloides Western North American Naturalist. 71: 33-37
Morton ML, Pereyra ME. (2011) Additional data and perspectives on interspecific aggression in the Common Loon, Gavia immer Canadian Field-Naturalist. 125: 61-62
Morton ML, Pereyra ME. (2010) Development of incubation temperature and behavior in thrushes nesting at high altitude Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 122: 666-673
Pereyra ME, Morton ML. (2010) Flight songs of Dusky Flycatchers: A response to bird-hunting raptors? Journal of Field Ornithology. 81: 42-48
Morton ML, Pereyra ME. (2010) Habitat use by Yosemite toads: Life history traits and implications for conservation Herpetological Conservation and Biology. 5: 388-394
Morton ML, Pereyra ME. (2008) Egg predation at a Golden Eagle, Aquila chrysaetos, nest Canadian Field-Naturalist. 122: 268-269
Hahn TP, Sockman KW, Breuner CW, et al. (2004) Facultative altitudinal movements by mountain white-crowned sparrows (Zonotrichia leucophrys oriantha) in the Sierra Nevada Auk. 121: 1269-1281
Morton ML, Pereyra ME, Crandall JD, et al. (2004) Reproductive effort and return rates in the Mountain White-crowned Sparrow Condor. 106: 131-138
Wingfield JC, Hahn TP, Maney DL, et al. (2003) Effects of temperature on photoperiodically induced reproductive development, circulating plasma luteinizing hormone and thyroid hormones, body mass, fat deposition and molt in mountain white-crowned sparrows, Zonotrichia leucophrys oriantha. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 131: 143-58
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