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Publications

  • Pearson, W.J. and M. Colwell. 2014. EFFECTS OF NEST SUCCESS AND MATE FIDELITY ON BREEDING DISPERSAL OF SNOWY PLOVERS CHARADRIUS NIVOSUS. Bird Conservation International 24: 342-353.

  • Peterson, S.A. and M. Colwell. 2014. EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE THAT SCARE TACTICS AND EFFIGIES REDUCE CORVID OCCURRENCE. NW Naturalist 95: 103-112.

  • Eberhart-Phillips, L.L. and M. Colwell. 2014. CONSERVATION CHALLENGES OF A SINK: THE VIABILITY OF AN ISOLATED POPULATION OF THE SNOWY PLOVER. BIRD CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL. Bird Conservation International 24: 327-342.

  • Colwell, M., L.J. Eberhart-Phillips, W.J. Pearson and S.J. Dinsmore. 2013. APPARENT SURVIVAL OF SNOWY PLOVERS (CHARADRIUS NIVOSUS) VARIES WITH REPRODUCTIVE EFFORT AND YEAR AND BETWEEN SEXES. Auk 130: 725-732.

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Educational Background

  • 1987 – Ph.D., University of North Dakota, Grand Forks (Biology)

  • 1979 – B.A., Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA (Biology)

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Positions & Honors

  • 2013 – Outstanding Mentor, Western Section of The Wildlife Society

  • 2013 – Outstanding Professor, Humboldt State University

  • 2007 – Scholar of the Year, Humboldt State University

  • 1995 – Fulbright Fellow, Russia,

  • 1994 – Elective Member, American Ornithologists' Union

  • 1992-93 – Young Investigators Program, National Academy of Sciences

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