PI: Patrick Jodice, USGS South Carolina Cooperative Research Unit / Clemson University; Juliet Lamb, Clemson University / South Carolina Cooperative Research Unit / University of Rhode Island
Graduate students: Juliet Lamb, PhD candidate, Gulf of Mexico; Caroline Poli, MS student, South Carolina; Rochelle Streker, MS student, Alabama; Bradley Wilkinson, PhD student, South Carolina
Our study of Brown Pelican includes
- 2010: Satellite tracking; Louisiana & South Carolina; NRDA/FWS
- 2013-2016: Spatial ecology, foraging ecology, breeding biology, toxicology; Northern Gulf of Mexico; Satellite and cellular tracking, stress hormones, molecular marking; Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USGS.
- 2017-2018: Breeding biology, nesting habitat; Mobile Bay, Alabama; Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USGS.
- 2018-on-going: Spatial ecology; South Carolina; Satellite and GPS tracking, accelerometry; USGS.
- Influence of density-dependent competition on foraging and migratory behavior of a subtropical colonial seabird. Juliet Lamb, Yvan Satgé, and Patrick Jodice. 2017. Ecology & Evolution: DOI 10.1002/ece3.3216
- Physical condition and stress levels during early development reflect feeding rates and predict pre- and post-fledging survival in a nearshore seabird. Juliet Lamb, Kathleen O'Reilly, and Patrick Jodice. 2016. Conservation Physiology: DOI 10.1093/conphys/cow060
- Behavioral and reproductive effects of bird-borne data logger attachment on Brown Pelicans (Pelecanus occidentalis) on three temporal scales. Juliet Lamb, Yvan Satgé, Christine Fiorello, and Patrick Jodice. 2016. Journal of Ornithology: DOI 10.1007/s10336-016-1418-3