John M. Eadie

Selected Publications

  1.  Odell, N. S. and J. M. Eadie. 2010. Do Wood Ducks use the number of eggs in a nest as a cue to the prospective value of a nest? Behavioral Ecology 21 (4): 794-801.
  2.  Berg, E. C., J. M. Eadie, T. A. Langen and A.F. Russell. 2009. Reverse sex-biased philopatry in a cooperative bird: genetic consequences and a social cause. Molecular Ecology 18: 3486-3499.
  3.  Fowler, A. J., J. M. Eadie and A. Engilis. 2009. Differentiation of endangered Hawaiian ducks (Anas wyvilliana), introduced North American mallards (A. platyrhynchos), and their hybrids using multilocus genotypes. Conservation Genetics 10: 1747-1758.
  4.  McEachern, M. B., R. McElreath, D. Van Vuren, and J. M. Eadie. 2009. Another genetically promiscuous “polygynous” mammal: mating system variation in Neotoma fuscipes. Animal Behaviour. 77 (2): 449-455.
  5.  Roy, C., J. M. Eadie, E. M. Schaubel, N. S. Odell, E. Berg and T. Moore. 2009. Public information and conspecific nest parasitism in wood ducks: does nest density influence the quality of information? Animal Behaviour 77: 1367-1373 (featured article, see In Focus, Animal Behaviour 77: 1365)
  6.  de Valpine, P. and J. M. Eadie. 2008. Conspecific brood parasitism and population dynamics. American Naturalist 172: 547–562.
  7.  Lyon, B. and J. M. Eadie. 2008. Conspecific brood parasitism in birds: a life-history perspective. Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 39: 343-363.
  8.  Anderson M. G., J. M. Eadie, M. T. Huang, R. Johnson, M. D. Koneff, J. K. Ringelman, M. C. Runge  and B. C. Wilson. 2008. Harvest potential and habitat are inextricably linked. in Current Status and Future Directions of Waterfowl Harvest Management. R. J. Blohm (ed). Wildlife Management Institute, Arlington VA. Pp 101-115.
  9.  Eadie, J. M., C. S. Elphick, K. Reinecke, and M. R. Miller. 2008. Wildlife Values of North American Ricelands. In Conservation in Ricelands of North America: Current State of Our Knowledge and a Course for Future Research and Education. S. W. Manley, editor. The Rice Foundation, Stuttgart, AR.
  10.  Ackerman, J.T., J. M. Eadie, and T. G. Moore. 2006. Life history predicts risk-taking behavior of dabbling ducks: an experiment using hunter predation and a novel attractant. Condor 108: 530-546.