Alexander S. Kitaysky, Ph.D.

University of Alaska at Fairbanks 
"Alexander Kitaysky"
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Albert C, Helgason HH, Brault-Favrou M, et al. (2021) Seasonal variation of mercury contamination in Arctic seabirds: A pan-Arctic assessment. The Science of the Total Environment. 750: 142201
Young RC, Welcker J, Barger CP, et al. (2017) Effects of developmental conditions on growth, stress, and telomeres in black-legged kittiwake chicks. Molecular Ecology
Kokubun N, Yamamoto T, Sato N, et al. (2016) Foraging segregation of two congeneric diving seabird species breeding on St. George Island, Bering Sea Biogeosciences. 13: 2579-2591
Yamamoto T, Kokubun N, Kikuchi DM, et al. (2016) Differential responses of seabirds to environmental variability over 2 years in the continental shelf and oceanic habitats of southeastern Bering Sea Biogeosciences. 13: 2405-2414
Will A, Watanuki Y, Kikuchi DM, et al. (2015) Feather corticosterone reveals stress associated with dietary changes in a breeding seabird. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 4221-4232
Benowitz-Fredericks ZM, Schultner J, Kitaysky AS. (2015) Effects of Prenatal Environment on Phenotype Are Revealed by Postnatal Challenges: Embryonic Hormone Exposure, Adrenocortical Function, and Food in Seabird Chicks. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 88: 607-23
Küpper C, Stocks M, Risse JE, et al. (2015) A supergene determines highly divergent male reproductive morphs in the ruff. Nature Genetics
Kokubun N, Yamamoto T, Kikuchi DM, et al. (2015) Nocturnal Foraging by Red-Legged Kittiwakes, a Surface Feeding Seabird That Relies on Deep Water Prey During Reproduction. Plos One. 10: e0138850
Sato NN, Kokubun N, Yamamoto T, et al. (2015) The jellyfish buffet: jellyfish enhance seabird foraging opportunities by concentrating prey. Biology Letters. 11
Vincenzi S, Hatch S, Merkling T, et al. (2015) Carry-over effects of food supplementation on recruitment and breeding performance of long-lived seabirds. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282: 20150762
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