Nicole K.S. Barker, Ph.D
Nicole K.S. Barker, Ph.D
Coordinating Scientist, Boreal Avian Modelling Project
Verified email at ualberta.ca
TitleCited byYear
Individual Variation and Lek-Based Vocal Distinctiveness in Songs of the Screaming Piha (Lipaugus Vociferans), A Suboscine Songbird
LP Fitzsimmons, NK Barker, DJ Mennill
The Auk 125 (4), 908-914, 2008
562008
Bird song structure and transmission in the Neotropics: trends, methods and future directions
NK Barker
Ornitologia Neotropical 19 (2), 175-199, 2008
352008
Models to predict the distribution and abundance of breeding ducks in Canada
N Barker, S Cumming, M Darveau
Avian Conservation and Ecology 9 (2), 2014
252014
Bachelor and paired male rufous-and-white wrens use different singing strategies
HL Hennin, NKS Barker, DW Bradley, DJ Mennill
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64 (2), 151-159, 2009
252009
Degradation of male and female rufous-and-white wren songs in a tropical forest: effects of sex, perch height, and habitat
NKS Barker, T Dabelsteen, DJ Mennill
Behaviour, 1093-1122, 2009
192009
Song Perch Height in Rufous‐and‐White Wrens: Does Behaviour Enhance Effective Communication in a Tropical Forest?
NKS Barker, DJ Mennill
Ethology 115 (9), 897-904, 2009
162009
Ecological monitoring through harmonizing existing data: lessons from the Boreal Avian Modelling Project
NKS Barker, PC Fontaine, SG Cumming, D Stralberg, A Westwood, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (3), 480-487, 2015
152015
Modeling distribution and abundance of multiple species: different pooling strategies produce similar results
NKS Barker, SM Slattery, M Darveau, SG Cumming
Ecosphere 5 (12), 1-24, 2014
132014
Phylogeny and species traits predict bird detectability
P Sólymos, SM Matsuoka, D Stralberg, NKS Barker, EM Bayne
Ecography 41 (10), 1595-1603, 2018
72018
Strategies for identifying priority areas for songbird conservation in Canada’s boreal forest
D Stralberg, A Camfield, M Carlson, C Lauzon, A Westwood, N Barker, ...
Avian Conservation and Ecology 13 (2), 2018
42018
Effective communication in tropical forests: Song transmission and the singing behaviour of Rufous-and-white Wrens (Thryothorus rufalbus)
NK Barker
University of Windsor, 2008
42008
Further analysis supports the conclusion that the songs of Screaming Pihas are individually distinctive and bear a lek signature
LP Fitzsimmons, NK Barker, DJ Mennill
The Auk 128 (4), 790-792, 2011
32011
Modelling waterfowl abundance and distribution to inform conservation planning in Canada
N Barker
2015
Degradation of rufous-and-white wren songs in a neotropical dry forest: effects of sex, song post height, and receiver height
N Barker, T Dabelsteen, D Mennill
12th International Behavioral Ecology Congress 146 (pt. 8), 1093-1122, 2009
2009
Boreal Avian Modelling (BAM) Project
N Barker, P Sólymos, L Mahon, S Haché, AS Esteban, L Leston
Modeling the distribution and abundance of boreal waterfowl
B Luca, N Barker, S Cumming, T Nudds, M Darveau, L Imbeau
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