Claire Teitelbaum
Claire Teitelbaum
NASA Ames Research Center / Bay Area Environmental Research Institute
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Beyond migration: causes and consequences of nomadic animal movements
CS Teitelbaum, T Mueller
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (6), 569-581, 2019
On the relationship between body condition and parasite infection in wildlife: a review and meta‐analysis
CA Sánchez, DJ Becker, CS Teitelbaum, P Barriga, LM Brown, ...
Ecology Letters 21 (12), 1869-1884, 2018
Experience drives innovation of new migration patterns of whooping cranes in response to global change
CS Teitelbaum, SJ Converse, WF Fagan, K Böhning-Gaese, RB O’Hara, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 12793, 2016
How far to go? Determinants of migration distance in land mammals
CS Teitelbaum, WF Fagan, CH Fleming, G Dressler, JM Calabrese, ...
Ecology letters 18 (6), 545-552, 2015
Migratory behaviour predicts greater parasite diversity in ungulates
CS Teitelbaum, S Huang, RJ Hall, S Altizer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1875), 20180089, 2018
Large birds travel farther in homogeneous environments
MA Tucker, O Alexandrou, RO Bierregaard Jr, KL Bildstein, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (5), 576-587, 2019
Supplementary ungulate feeding affects movement behavior of brown bears
N Selva, CS Teitelbaum, A Sergiel, T Zwijacz-Kozica, F Zięba, K Bojarska, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 24, 68-76, 2017
Ontogenetic shifts from social to experiential learning drive avian migration timing
B Abrahms, CS Teitelbaum, T Mueller, SJ Converse
Nature Communications 12 (1), 7326, 2021
Birds choose long-term partners years before breeding
CS Teitelbaum, SJ Converse, T Mueller
Animal Behaviour 134, 147-154, 2017
An analysis of permanent work disability among construction sheet metal workers
GH West, J Dawson, C Teitelbaum, R Novello, K Hunting, LS Welch
American journal of industrial medicine 59 (3), 186-195, 2016
The importance of early life experience and animal cultures in reintroductions
CS Teitelbaum, SJ Converse, T Mueller
Conservation Letters 12 (1), e12599, 2019
Habitat use as indicator of adaptive capacity to climate change
CS Teitelbaum, APK Sirén, E Coffel, JR Foster, JL Frair, JW Hinton, ...
Diversity and Distributions 27 (4), 655-667, 2021
A comparison of diversity estimators applied to a database of host–parasite associations
CS Teitelbaum, CR Amoroso, S Huang, TJ Davies, J Rushmore, ...
Ecography 43 (9), 1316-1328, 2020
Urban specialization reduces habitat connectivity by a highly mobile wading bird
CS Teitelbaum, J Hepinstall-Cymerman, A Kidd-Weaver, SM Hernandez, ...
Movement Ecology 8 (1), 1-13, 2020
Multiscale model of regional population decline in little brown bats due to white‐nose syndrome
AM Kramer, CS Teitelbaum, A Griffin, JM Drake
Ecology and Evolution 9 (15), 8639-8651, 2019
Avian influenza antibody prevalence increases with mercury contamination in wild waterfowl
CS Teitelbaum, JT Ackerman, MA Hill, JM Satter, ML Casazza, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1982), 20221312, 2022
Post‐migratory nonbreeding movements of birds: A review and case study
CS Teitelbaum, NC Bachner, RJ Hall
Ecology and Evolution 13 (3), e9893, 2023
Movement rules determine nomadic species’ responses to resource supplementation and degradation
CS Teitelbaum, S Altizer, RJ Hall
Journal of Animal Ecology 89, 2644–2656, 2020
Assessing the contributions of intraspecific and environmental sources of infection in urban wildlife: Salmonella enterica and white ibis as a case study
DJ Becker, CS Teitelbaum, MH Murray, SE Curry, CN Welch, T Ellison, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 15 (149), 20180654, 2018
Waterfowl recently infected with low pathogenic avian influenza exhibit reduced local movement and delayed migration
CS Teitelbaum, ML Casazza, F McDuie, SEW De La Cruz, CT Overton, ...
Ecosphere 14 (2), e4432, 2023
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