Publications

Kross, S., Martinico, B., Bourbour, R. P., Townsend, J. M., McColl, C., & Kelsey, R. (2020). Effects of field and landscape scale habitat on insect and bird damage to sunflowers. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2020.00040

Iverson AR, Fujisaki I, Lamont MM, & Hart KM. (2019). Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) diving changes with productivity, behavioral mode, and sea surface temperature. PloS one, 14(8), e0220372.

Iverson AR. (2019). The United States requires effective federal policy to reduce marine plastic pollution. Conservation Science and Practice, 1(6), e45.

Bourbour RP, Martinico BL, Ackerman JT, Herzog MP, Hull AC, Fish AM, Hull JM. (2019). Feather mercury concentrations in North American raptors sampled at migration monitoring stations. Ecotoxicology, 1-13.

Hart KM, AR Iverson, AM Benscoter, I Fujisaki, MS Cherkiss, C Pollock, I lundgren, Z Hillis-Starr. (2019). Satellite tracking of hawksbill turtles nesting at Buck Island Reef National Monument, US Virgin Islands: Inter-nesting and foraging period movements and migrations. Biological Conservation, 229: 1-13.

Bourbour RP, Martinico BL, Crane MM, Hull AC, Hull JM. (2019). Messy eaters: swabbing prey DNA from the exterior of inconspicuous predators when foraging cannot be observed. Ecology and Evolution, 1-6. Link to paper

Hart KM, AR Iverson, I Fujisaki, M Lamont, D Bucklin, D Shaver. (2018). Sympatry or syntopy? Investigating drivers of distribution and co-occurrence for two imperiled sea turtle species in Gulf of Mexico neritic waters. Ecology and Evolutiondoi.org/10.1002/ece3.4691

Hart KM, Iverson AR, Fujisaki I, Lamont MM, Bucklin D, Shaver D. (2018). Marine threats overlap key foraging habitat for two imperiled sea turtle species in the Gulf of Mexico. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5:336 doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00336

 

Lamont MM, Iverson AR. (2018). Shared habitat use by juveniles of three sea turtle species. Marine Ecology Progress Series. In Press. doi:10.3354/meps1274

Skalos S, M Falcon, O Wang, A Mott, M Hunt, W Thein, O Rocha, JT Ackerman, M Casazza, J Hull. (2018). Ground-nesting great horned owl in Suisun Marsh, California. California Fish and Game 104(4): 164-172; 2018. Link to paper

 

Gibble CM, & Hoover BA. (2018). Interactions between Seabirds and Harmful Algal Blooms. Harmful Algal Blooms: A Compendium Desk Reference, 223-242.

Hoover B, Alcaide M, Jennings S, Sin SYW, Edwards S, Nevitt G. (2018). Ecology can inform genetics: Disassortative mating contributes to MHC polymorphism in Leach's storm‐petrels (Oceanodroma leucorhoa). Molecular Ecology.

Cowart D, K Breedveld, M Ellis, J Hull, E Larson. In press. Environmental DNA (eDNA) applications for the conservation of imperiled crayfish through monitoring of invasive species barriers and relocated populations. Journal of Crustacean Biology.

Luján-Vega C, M Hawkins, C Johnson, C Briggs, C Vennum, P Bloom, J Hull, C Cray, D Pesti, L Johnson, P Ciembor, B Ritchie. In press. Atypical Chlamydiaceae in wild populations of hawks (Buteo spp.) in California. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine.

Abernathy, E., J.M. Hull, A.M. Fish, and C.W. Briggs. (2018). Secondary anticoagulant rodenticide exposure in migrating juvenile Red-tailed Hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) in relationship to body condition. Journal of Raptor Research

Wolf KM, Whalen MA, Bourbour RP, Baldwin RA. (2018). Rodent, snake and raptor use of restored native perennial grasslands is lower than use of unrestored exotic annual grasslands. Journal of Applied Ecology, 00:1–12.

Tyson C, Kirk H, Fayet A, Van Loon EE, Shoji A, Dean B, Perrins C, & Guilford T. (2017). Coordinated provisioning in a dual-foraging pelagic seabird. Animal Behaviour, 132, 73-79.

 

Clark WS, Galen SC, Hull JM, Mayo MA, & Witt CC. (2017). Contrasting molecular and morphological evidence for the identification of an anomalous Buteo: a cautionary tale for hybrid diagnosis. PeerJ, 5, e2850 , DOI 10.7717/peerj.2850.

Deiner K, J Hull, B May. (2017). Range-wide phylogeographic structure of the vernal pool fairy shrimp (Branchinecta lynchi). PLoS ONEhttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0176266.

Merritt A, M Casazza, C Overton, J Takekawa, T Hahn, J Hull. (2017). Lessons from the past: isotopes of an endangered rail as indicators of underlying change to tidal marsh habitat. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, 3:11, 1410451, DOI: 10.1080/20964129.2017.1410451.

Mayo M, J Hull. (2017). Discovery and preliminary multi-species evaluation of single nucleotide polymorphism resources for genus Buteo developed from restriction site-associated DNA paired-end data. Conservation Genetics Resources, 9, 151-156.

Prochazka B, P Coates, M Ricca, M Casazza, K Gustafson, J Hull. (2017). Encounters with Pinyon-Juniper Influence Riskier Movements in Greater Sage-Grouse across the Great Basin. Rangeland Ecology Management, 70, 25-38.

Wood D, T Bui, C Overton, A Vandergast, M Casazza, J Hull, J Takekawa. (2017). A century of landscape disturbance and urbanization of the San Francisco Bay region affects the present-day genetic diversity of the California Ridgway’s rail (Rallus obsoletus obsoletus). Conservation Genetics, 18, 131-146.

Kross S, Bourbour RP, & Martinico BM. (2016). Agricultural land use, barn owl diet, and vertebrate pest control implications. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 223, 167-174.

Worthington T, J Van Houdt, J Hull, P Osborne, P Kemp. (2016). Thermal Refugia and the Survival of Species in Changing Environments: New Evidence from a Nationally Extinct Freshwater Fish. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. DOI: 10.1111/eff.12285.

M Meek, C Wells, K Tomalty, J Ashander, E Cole, D Gille, B Putman, J Rose, M Savoca, L Yamane, J Hull, D Rogers, E Rosenblum, J Shogren, R Swaisgood, B May. (2016). We should not be afraid to talk about the effects of the fear of failure on conservation. Biological Conservation, 194, 218-219.

 

Casazza M, C Overton, T Bui, J Hull, J Albertson, V Bloom, S Bobzien, J McBroom, M Latta, P Olofson, T Rohmer, S Schwarzbach, D Strong, E Grijalva, J Wood, S Skalos, J Takekawa. (2016). Endangered species management and ecosystem restoration: finding the common ground. Ecology and Society, 21, 19.

 

K Tomalty, A Hull, A Fish, C Briggs, J Hull. (2016). Differential migration and phenology of adult red-tailed hawk migration in California. Journal of Raptor Research, 50, 45-53.

 

Lusardi R, M Stephens, P Moyle, C McGuire. J Hull. (2015). Threat evolution: negative feedbacks between management action and species recovery in threatened trout (Salmonidae). Reviews of Fish Biology and Fisheries, DOI 10.1007/s11160-015-9394-x.

 

Bui T, J Takekawa, C Overton, E Schultz, J Hull, M Casazza. (2015). Movement of radio-marked California Ridgeway’s rails and implications for monitoring surveys. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, 6, 227-237.

 

Meek M, C Wells, K Tomalty, J Ashander, E Cole, D Gille, B Putnam, J Rose, M Savoca, L Yamane, J Hull, D Rogers, EB Rosenblum, J Shogren, R Swaisgood, B May. (2015). Fear of failure in conservation: the problem and potential solutions to aid conservation of extremely small populations. Biological Conservation, 184, 209-217.

 

M Jasper, A Hull, J Hull, R Sehgal. (2014). Widespread lineage diversity of Leucocytozoon blood parasites in distinct populations of western red-tailed hawks with analysis of infection impact on migration timing. Journal of Ornithology, 155, 767-775.

 

Hull J, A Engilis, J Medley, E Jepsen, H Ernest, J Keane. (2014).  A description of a new   subspecies of Great Gray Owl in the Sierra Nevada of California. Journal of Raptor  Research, 48, 68-77.

 

Hull J, A Fish, C Nikitas, A Hull.  (2013).  Development of a mechanical lure for use in trapping migrant raptors.  Wildlife Society Bulletin.  doi: 10.1002/wsb.317.

 

Deiner K, J Hull, B May. (2013). Novel microsatellite loci for assessing the evolutionary genetics of the vernal pool fairy shrimp (Branchinecta lynchi) and other Branchinecta spp. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, 4, 134-138.

 

Hull J, S Pitzer, A Fish, H Ernest, A Hull. (2012). Differential migration patterns for five raptor species in central Coastal California.  Journal of Raptor Research, 46, 50-56.

 

Bollmer J, J Hull, H Ernest, J Sarasola, P Parker. (2011). Reduced adaptive and neutral variation in the Galápagos Hawk, an island endemic. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11, 143. doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-143.

 

Hull J, D Mindell, S Talbot, E Kay, H Hoekstra, H Ernest. (2010). Population structure and plumage polymorphism: The intraspecific evolutionary relationships of a polymorphic raptor, Buteo jamaicensis harlaniBMC Evolutionary Biology, 10, 224.  doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-224.

 

Hull J, A Fish, J Keane, S Mori, B Sacks, A Hull. (2010). Estimation of species identification error: implications for raptor migration counts and trend estimation. Journal of Wildlife Management, 76, 1326-1334.  doi: 10.2193/2009-255.

 

Hull J, J Keane, W Savage, E Jepsen, S Godwin, J Shafer, R Gerhardt, C Stermer, H Ernest. (2010). Range-wide genetic differentiation among North American great gray owls (Strix nebulosa) reveals a distinct lineage restricted to the Sierra Nevada, California.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 56, 212-221.

 

Hull J, J Keane, L Tell, H Ernest. (2010). West Nile virus antibody surveillance in three Sierra Nevada raptors: Spotted Owls, Great Gray Owls, and Northern Goshawks. The Condor, 112, 168-172.

 

Whiteman N, V Dosanjh, R Palma, J Hull, R Kimball, PC Sánchez, P Parker. (2009). Molecular and morphological divergence in a pair of bird species and their ectoparasites. Journal of Parasitology, 95, 1372-1382.

 

Brown S, J Hull, D Updike, S Fain, H Ernest. (2009). Black bear population genetics in California: Signatures of population structure, competitive release and historical translocation.  Journal of Mammalogy, 90, 1066-1074.

 

Hull J, H Ernest, J Harley, A Fish, A Hull. (2009). Differential migration between discrete populations of juvenile Red-tailed Hawks (Buteo jamaicensis). Auk, 126, 389-396.

 

Hull J, B Stroble, C Boal, C Dykstra, A Hull, A Irish, A Fish, H Ernest.  (2008).  Comparative phylogeography and population genetics within Buteo lineatus reveals evidence of distinct evolutionary lineages. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 49, 988-996.

 

Hull J, W Savage, J Bollmer, R Kimball, N Whiteman, P Parker, and H Ernest.  (2008).  On the origin of the Galápagos hawk: an examination of phenotypic differentiation and mitochondrial paraphyly. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 95, 779-789.

 

Hull J, J Keane, L Tell, and H Ernest. (2008). Development of 37 microsatellite loci for Great Gray Owls (Strix nebulosa) with cross amplification in Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis) and Barred Owls (Strix varia). Conservation Genetics, 9, 1357-1361.

 

Hull J, R Anderson, M Bradbury, J Estep, and H Ernest. (2008). Population structure and genetic diversity in Swainson’s Hawks (Buteo swainsoni): implications for conservation. Conservation Genetics, 9, 305-316.

 

Hull J, A Hull, B Sacks, J Smith, and H Ernest.  (2008).  Landscape characteristics influence morphological and genetic differentiation in a widespread raptor (Buteo jamaicensis).  Molecular Ecology, 17, 810-824.

 

Pitzer S, J Hull, H Ernest, and A Hull. (2008). Sex determination of three raptor species using morphology and molecular techniques. Journal of Field Ornithology, 79, 71-79.

 

Hull J, W Savage, J Smith, N Murphy, L Cullen, A Hutchins and H Ernest.  (2007).  Further evidence of hybridization in Buteo: Swainson’s Hawks (Buteo swainsoni) × Red-tailed Hawks (B. jamaicensis) from Alberta and Utah. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 119, 579-584.

 

Hull J, D Tufts, JR Topinka, B May, and HB Ernest. (2007). Development of 19 microsatellite loci for Swainson’s Hawks (Buteo swainsoni) and other Buteos. Molecular Ecology Notes, 7, 346-349.

 

Hull J, A Hull, W Reisen, Y Fang, and HB Ernest. (2006). Variation of West Nile Virus antibody prevalence in migrating and wintering hawks in central California. The Condor, 108, 435-439.

 

Hull J and DJ Girman. (2005). Effects of Holocene climate change on the historical demography of migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus velox) in North America. Molecular Ecology, 14, 159-170.

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