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- Mouton, J.C., Tobalske, B.W., Wright, N.A., and Martin, T.E. Compensatory plasticity offsets performance and survival costs of predation risk across life stages. Functional Ecology. In Press.
- Martin, T.E.*, and Mouton, J.C.* Longer-lived tropical songbirds reduce breeding activity to buffer impacts of drought. Nature Climate Change. In Press. *Co-lead authors.
- Boyce, A.J., Mouton, J.C., Lloyd, P., Wolf, B.O., and Martin, T.E. (2020) Metabolic rate is negatively linked to adult survival but does not explain latitudinal differences in songbirds. Ecology Letters. 23: 642-652.
- Mouton, J.C., and Martin, T.E. (2019) Nest structure affects auditory and visual detectability, but not predation risk, in a tropical songbird community. Functional Ecology. 33(10): 1973-1981.
- Mouton, J.C., and Martin, T.E. (2018) Fitness consequences of interspecific nesting associations among cavity-nesting birds. The American Naturalist. 192(3): 389-396.
- Martin, T.E., Riordan, M., Repin, R., Mouton, J.C., and Blake, W. (2017) Apparent annual survival estimates of tropical songbirds better reflect life history variation when based on intensive field methods Global Ecology and Biogeography. 26(12): 1386-1397.
- Martin, T.E., Boyce, A.J., Fierro‐Calderón, K., Mitchell, A.E., Armstad, C.E., Mouton, J.C., and Bin Soudi, E. (2017) Enclosed nests may provide greater thermal than nest predation benefits compared with open nests across latitudes. Functional Ecology. 31(6): 1231-1240.