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Juliet S. LambYvan Satgé, and Patrick Jodice. 2017. Diet composition and provisioning rates in eastern brown pelican nestlings determine reproductive success. Marine Ecology Progress Series. DOI: 10.3354/meps12301

Juliet S. Lamb, David J. Newstead, Lianne M. Koczur, Bart M. Ballard, M. Clay Green, and Patrick G.R. Jodice. 2017. A bridge between oceans: Overland migration of marine birds in a wind energy corridor. Journal of Avian Biolog. DOI 10.1111/jav.01474

Juliet S. LambYvan Satgé, and Patrick Jodice. 2017. Influence of density-dependent competition on foraging and migratory behavior of a subtropical colonial seabird. Ecology & Evolution. DOI 10.1002/ece3.3216

Raül Ramos, Nicholas Carlile, Jeremy Madeiros, Iván Ramírez, Vitor H. Paiva, Herculano A. Dinis, Francis Zino, Manuel Biscoito, Gustavo R. Leal, Leandro Bugoni, Patrick G. R. Jodice, Peter G. Ryan, and Jacob González‐Solís. 2017. It is the time for oceanic seabirds: Tracking year‐round distribution of gadfly petrels across the Atlantic Ocean. Diversity and Distributions. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12569

Caroline L. Poli, Autumn-Lynn Harrison, Adriana Vallarino, Patrick D. Gerard, and Patrick G. R. Jodice. 2017. Dynamic oceanography determines fine scale foraging behavior of Masked Boobies in the Gulf of Mexico. PLoSONE. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0178318

Juliet S. Lamb, Kathleen O'Reilly, and Patrick G.R. Jodice. 2016. Physical condition and stress levels during early development reflect feeding rates and predict pre- and post-fledging survival in a nearshore seabird. Conservation Physiology. DOI 10.1093/conphys/cow060

Juliet S. Lamb, Y. Satgé, and Patrick G.R. Jodice. 2016. Behavioral and reproductive effects of bird-borne data logger attachment on Brown Pelicans (Pelecanus occidentalis) on three temporal scales. Journal of Ornithology. DOI 10.1007/s10336-016-1418-3 

Patrick G.R. Jodice, Robert A. Ronconi, Ernst Rupp, George E. Wallace, and Yvan Satgé. 2015. First satellite tracks of the endangered Black-capped Petrel. Endangered Species Research 29:23-33. DOI 10.3354/esr00697