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John  F Piatt
John F Piatt
Senior Scientist, Alaska Science Center, US Geological Survey, Anchorage
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Using stable isotopes to determine seabird trophic relationships
KA Hobson, JF Piatt, J Pitocchelli
Journal of animal ecology, 786-798, 1994
10251994
Community reorganization in the Gulf of Alaska following ocean climate regime shift
PJ Anderson, JF Piatt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 189, 117-123, 1999
8141999
Global seabird response to forage fish depletion—one-third for the birds
PM Cury, IL Boyd, S Bonhommeau, T Anker-Nilssen, RJM Crawford, ...
Science 334 (6063), 1703-1706, 2011
7522011
Seabirds as indicators of marine food supplies: Cairns revisited
JF Piatt, AMA Harding, M Shultz, SG Speckman, TI Van Pelt, GS Drew, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 352, 221-234, 2007
629*2007
Dynamics of food availability, body condition and physiological stress response in breeding black‐legged kittiwakes
AS Kitaysky, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Functional Ecology 13 (5), 577-584, 1999
5101999
Immediate impact of the'Exxon Valdez'oil spill on marine birds
JF Piatt, CJ Lensink, W Butler, M Kendziorek, DR Nysewander
The Auk 107 (2), 387-397, 1990
4841990
Corticosterone facilitates begging and affects resource allocation in the black-legged kittiwake
AS Kitaysky, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Behavioral Ecology 12 (5), 619-625, 2001
3992001
Benefits and costs of increased levels of corticosterone in seabird chicks
AS Kitaysky, EV Kitaiskaia, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield
Hormones and behavior 43 (1), 140-149, 2003
3912003
Dietary restriction causes chronic elevation of corticosterone and enhances stress response in red-legged kittiwake chicks
AS Kitaysky, EV Kitaiskaia, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 171, 701-709, 2001
3242001
Investigating trophic relationships of pinnipeds in Alaska and Washington using stable isotope ratios of nitrogen and carbon
KA Hobson, JL Sease, RL Merrick, JF Piatt
Marine Mammal Science 13 (1), 114-132, 1997
2971997
The adrenocortical stress-response of black-legged kittiwake chicks in relation to dietary restrictions
AS Kitaysky, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield, M Romano
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 169, 303-310, 1999
2821999
Response of Common Murres to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill and Long-term Changes in the Gulf of Alaska Marine Ecosystem
JF Piatt, P Anderson
American Fisheries Society Symposium 18, 720-737, 1996
277*1996
Flexible time budgets in breeding Common Murres: Buffers against variable prey availability
AE Burger, JF Piatt
Studies in Avian Biology 14, 71-83, 1990
2721990
Stress hormones link food availability and population processes in seabirds
AS Kitaysky, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield
Marine Ecology Progress Series 352, 245-258, 2007
2662007
Proximate composition and energy density of some North Pacific forage fishes
TI Van Pelt, JF Piatt, BK Lance, DD Roby
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 118 (4), 1393-1398, 1997
2401997
Diving depths of four alcids
JF Piatt, DN Nettleship
The Auk 102 (2), 293-297, 1985
2291985
A mechanistic link between chick diet and decline in seabirds?
AS Kitaysky, EV Kitaiskaia, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1585), 445-450, 2006
2262006
Scale-dependent correlation of seabirds with schooling fish in a coastal ecosystem
DC Schneider, JF Piatt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 32, 237-246, 1986
2231986
Increasing frequency of plastic particles ingested by seabirds in the subarctic North Pacific
MD Robards, JF Piatt, KD Wohl
Marine Pollution Bulletin 30 (2), 151-157, 1995
2201995
The aggregative response of common murres and Atlantic puffins to schools of capelin
JF Piatt
Studies in Avian Biology 14, 36-51, 1990
2161990
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