James MoutonOffice: 311 Natural Sciences
B.S., University of California, Davis 2007
Field of Study
Evolution and Ecology
Mouton, J.C., and T.E. Martin. "Interannual variation in nest predation risk influences spatial associations and fitness outcomes in a cavity nesting bird community." Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, 11 August 2017, Portland, OR.
Mouton, J.C., and T.E. Martin. "Why do responses to nest predation risk differ across species?” North American Ornithological Congress, 18 August 2016, Washington, D.C.
Oteyza, J.C., Mouton, J.C., and T.E. Martin. " Adult survival probability explains parental risk-taking behavior in tropical and temperate songbirds.” North American Ornithological Congress, 18 August 2016, Washington, D.C.
Mouton, J.C., R.A. Duckworth, and T.E. Martin. "Age-specific mortality and hormone-mediated maternal effects: a role for avian life history evolution?” Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting, 6 January 2016, Portland, OR
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. In press.
Martin, T. E., Boyce, A. J., Fierro‐Calderón, K., Mitchell, A. E., Armstad, C. E., Mouton, J. C., and Enroe Bin Soudi, E. (2017). Enclosed nests may provide greater thermal than nest predation benefits compared with open nests across latitudes. Functional Ecology. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12819