Kenneth A. Schmidt

Biological Sciences Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 
Behavioral Ecology of Birds and Mammals
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Joel S. Brown grad student 1997 Chicago (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Christopher J Whelan grad student 1993-1997 University of Illinois, Chicago (Evolution Tree)


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Joseph W. Felts grad student 2003-2007 Texas Tech
Janice Kelly grad student 2008-2012 Texas Tech (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Quinn Emmering grad student 2014 Texas Tech
Kara L. Belinsky post-doc Texas Tech (Evolution Tree)
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Bates JM, Fidino M, Nowak-Boyd L, et al. (2022) Climate change affects bird nesting phenology: Comparing contemporary field and historical museum nesting records. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Schmidt KA, Massol F. (2018) Habitat selection and the value of information in heterogenous landscapes Oikos. 128: 457-467
Emmering QC, Kelly JK, Ostfeld RS, et al. (2018) Variation in coexisting birds to exploit spatial heterogeneity in small mammal activity Journal of Avian Biology. 49
Kelly JK, Schmidt KA, Ostfeld RS. (2017) Not all nesting guild members are alike: nest predators and conspecific abundance differentially influence nest survival in the ground-nesting Ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapilla) and Veery (Catharus fuscescens) The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 129: 112-121
Kelly JK, Schmidt KA. (2017) Fledgling calls are a source of social information for conspecific, but not heterospecific, songbird territory selection Ecosphere. 8: e01512
Schmidt KA. (2016) Information thresholds, habitat loss and population persistence in breeding birds Oikos. 126: 651-659
Schmidt KA, Johansson J, Betts MG. (2015) Information-Mediated Allee Effects in Breeding Habitat Selection. The American Naturalist. 186: E162-E171
Belinsky KL, Nemes CE, Schmidt KA. (2015) Two novel vocalizations are used by veeries (Catharus fuscescens) during agonistic interactions. Plos One. 10: e0120933
Meyer LM, Schmidt KA, Robertson BA. (2015) Evaluating exotic plants as evolutionary traps for nesting Veeries Condor. 117: 320-327
Schmidt KA, Johansson J, Kristensen N, et al. (2015) Consequences of information use in breeding habitat selection on the evolution of settlement time Oikos. 124: 69-80
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