Her main research concerns Ecology, Nest, Habitat, Woodpecker and Colaptes. Her study in Sapsucker, Interspecific competition, Species richness, Abundance and Predation falls under the purview of Ecology. Her Predation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Seasonal breeder, Cohort and Reproductive success.
The various areas that Kathy Martin examines in her Nest study include Intraspecific competition, Tropics and Logging. Her Habitat research incorporates themes from Forest management, Global warming, Extreme weather and Reproduction. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mountain pine beetle, Mammal and Pinus contorta.
Kathy Martin spends much of her time researching Ecology, Nest, Habitat, Lagopus and Predation. Her Ecology study which covers Fecundity that intersects with Vital rates. Her Nest research incorporates elements of Colaptes, Range and Forest management.
Her work deals with themes such as Sapsucker and Picoides, which intersect with Colaptes. Her study on Habitat also encompasses disciplines like
Kathy Martin mostly deals with Ecology, Nest, Habitat, Species richness and Zoology. Her research related to Biodiversity, Temperate climate, Ecosystem, Woodpecker and Range might be considered part of Ecology. Her Nest research includes elements of Forest management, Predation, Phenology and Horned larks.
Her study in Habitat is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Flycatcher and Cumulative effects. The various areas that Kathy Martin examines in her Species richness study include Critically endangered, Endangered species and Natural resource. Her Zoology research includes themes of Willow ptarmigan and Lagopus.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Nest, Intraspecific competition, Habitat and Range. Kathy Martin performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Ecology and Tree via her papers. The Nest study combines topics in areas such as Seasonal breeder and Threatened species.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Passerine, Predation and Life history theory in addition to Seasonal breeder. Kathy Martin has included themes like Population decline, Tyto, Barn and Rodenticide in her Intraspecific competition study. Her Range study combines topics in areas such as Fecundity, Avian clutch size, Abiotic component and Interspecific competition.
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Impact of food and predation on the snowshoe hare cycle.
Charles J. Krebs;Stan Boutin;Rudy Boonstra;A. R. E. Sinclair.
Urban Bird Diversity and Landscape Complexity: Species- environment Associations Along a Multiscale Habitat Gradient
Conservation Ecology (2003)
NEST SITES AND NEST WEBS FOR CAVITY-NESTING COMMUNITIES IN INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA: NEST CHARACTERISTICS AND NICHE PARTITIONING
Kathy Martin;Kathy Martin;Kathryn E. H. Aitken;Karen L. Wiebe.
The Condor (2004)
Nest webs: A community-wide approach to the management and conservation of cavity-nesting forest birds
Forest Ecology and Management (1999)
Woodpeckers, decay, and the future of cavity-nesting vertebrate communities worldwide
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2011)
Patterns and Mechanisms for Age-dependent Reproduction and Survival in Birds
Integrative and Comparative Biology (1995)
Coping mechanisms of alpine and arctic breeding birds: extreme weather and limitations to reproductive resilience.
Kathy Martin;Karen L. Wiebe.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (2004)
Population changes of the vertebrate community during a snowshoe hare cycle in Canada’s boreal forest
Stan Boutin;C. J. Krebs;R. Boonstra;M. R. T. Dale.
Woodpeckers as reliable indicators of bird richness, forest health and harvest
Biological Conservation (2008)
NEST-SITE REUSE PATTERNS FOR A CAVITY-NESTING BIRD COMMUNITY IN INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
K. E H. Aitken;K. L. Wiebe;K. Martin;K. Martin.
The Auk (2002)
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