Elena C. Berg, Ph.D.

2004 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Zoology Biology, Molecular Biology, Ecology Biology
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John M. Eadie grad student 2004 UC Davis
 (Parentage, kinship, and group structure in the white -throated magpie -jay (Calocitta formosa), a cooperative breeder with female helpers.)
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Berg EC, Eadie JM. (2020) An experimental test of information use by wood ducks ( Aix sponsa ): external habitat cues, not social visual cues, influence initial nest site selection Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 74: 1-16
Langen TA, Berg EC. (2016) What determines the timing and duration of the nesting season for a tropical dry forest bird, the White-throated Magpie-Jay (Calocitta formosa)? Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 128: 32-42
Lind MI, Berg EC, Alavioon G, et al. (2015) Evolution of differential maternal age effects on male and female offspring development and longevity Functional Ecology. 29: 104-110
Berger D, Berg EC, Widegren W, et al. (2014) Multivariate intralocus sexual conflict in seed beetles. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 68: 3457-69
Berg EC, Maklakov AA. (2012) Sexes suffer from suboptimal lifespan because of genetic conflict in a seed beetle. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 279: 4296-302
Berg EC, Aldredge RA, Peterson AT, et al. (2012) New phylogenetic information suggests both an increase and at least one loss of cooperative breeding during the evolutionary history of Aphelocoma jays Evolutionary Ecology. 26: 43-54
McCormack JE, Berg EC. (2010) Small-scale divergence in egg color along an elevation gradient in the mexican jay (aphelocoma ultramarina): A condition-dependent response? Auk. 127: 35-43
Berg EC, Eadie JM, Langen TA, et al. (2009) Reverse sex-biased philopatry in a cooperative bird: genetic consequences and a social cause. Molecular Ecology. 18: 3486-99
Berg EC, McCormack JE, Smith TB. (2009) Test of an adaptive hypothesis for egg speckling along an elevational gradient in a population of mexican jays aphelocoma ultramarina Journal of Avian Biology. 40: 448-452
Roy C, Eadie JM, Schauber EM, et al. (2009) Public information and conspecific nest parasitism in wood ducks: does nest density influence quality of information? Animal Behaviour. 77: 1367-1373
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