Christopher Tonra
Christopher Tonra
School of Environment and Natural Resources - The Ohio State University
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A call for full annual cycle research in animal ecology
PP Marra, EB Cohen, SR Loss, JE Rutter, CM Tonra
Biology letters 11 (8), 20150552, 2015
The rapid return of marine-derived nutrients to a freshwater food web following dam removal
CM Tonra, K Sager-Fradkin, SA Morley, JJ Duda, PP Marra
Biological Conservation 192, 130-134, 2015
Migration phenology and winter habitat quality are related to circulating androgen in a long‐distance migratory bird
CM Tonra, PP Marra, RL Holberton
Journal of avian biology 42 (5), 397-404, 2011
Early elevation of testosterone advances migratory preparation in a songbird
CM Tonra, PP Marra, RL Holberton
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (16), 2761-2767, 2011
How to capture wild passerine species to study baseline corticosterone levels
F Angelier, CM Tonra, RL Holberton, PP Marra
Journal of Ornithology 151, 415-422, 2010
Short‐term changes in body condition in relation to habitat and rainfall abundance in American redstarts Setophaga ruticilla during the non‐breeding season
F Angelier, CM Tonra, RL Holberton, PP Marra
Journal of Avian Biology 42 (4), 335-341, 2011
Concentration of a widespread breeding population in a few critically important nonbreeding areas: Migratory connectivity in the Prothonotary Warbler
CM Tonra, MT Hallworth, TJ Boves, J Reese, LP Bulluck, M Johnson, ...
The Condor 121 (2), duz019, 2019
Expanding the traditional definition of molt-migration
CM Tonra, MW Reudink
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135 (4), 1123-1132, 2018
Automated telemetry reveals staging behavior in a declining migratory passerine
JR Wright, LL Powell, CM Tonra
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135 (3), 461-476, 2018
A comprehensive framework for handling location error in animal tracking data
CH Fleming, J Drescher-Lehman, MJ Noonan, TSB Akre, DJ Brown, ...
BioRxiv, 2020.06. 12.130195, 2020
Experimental and observational studies of seasonal interactions between overlapping life history stages in a migratory bird
CM Tonra, PP Marra, RL Holberton
Hormones and behavior 64 (5), 825-832, 2013
Striving for population-level conservation: integrating physiology across the biological hierarchy
EM Ames, MR Gade, CL Nieman, JR Wright, CM Tonra, CM Marroquin, ...
Conservation Physiology 8 (1), coaa019, 2020
Population assignment reveals low migratory connectivity in a weakly structured songbird
MG DeSaix, LP Bulluck, AJ Eckert, CB Viverette, TJ Boves, JA Reese, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (9), 2122-2135, 2019
Remote estimation of overwintering home ranges in an elusive, migratory nocturnal bird
CM Tonra, JR Wright, SN Matthews
Ecology and Evolution 9 (22), 12586-12599, 2019
Evolution of moult-migration is directly linked to aridity of the breeding grounds in North American passerines
C Pageau, CM Tonra, M Shaikh, NJ Flood, MW Reudink
Biology Letters 16 (6), 20200155, 2020
Ecological correlates and sex differences in early development of a generalist brood parasite
CM Tonra, ME Hauber, SK Heath, MD Johnson
The Auk 125 (1), 205-213, 2008
Incorporating site and year‐specific deuterium ratios (δ2H) from precipitation into geographic assignments of a migratory bird
CM Tonra, C Both, PP Marra
Journal of Avian Biology 46 (3), 266-274, 2015
Color expression in experimentally regrown feathers of an overwintering migratory bird: implications for signaling and seasonal interactions
CM Tonra, KLD Marini, PP Marra, RR Germain, RL Holberton, ...
Ecology and Evolution 4 (8), 1222-1232, 2014
Habitat‐dependent occupancy and movement in a migrant songbird highlights the importance of mangroves and forested lagoons in Panama and Colombia
L Bulluck, E Ames, N Bayly, J Reese, C Viverette, J Wright, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (19), 11064-11077, 2019
Barriers to salmon migration impact body condition, offspring size, and life history variation in an avian consumer
CM Tonra, K Sager-Fradkin, PP Marra
Ecography 39, 1056-1065, 2016
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