American Redstarts—like the one shown here—were the focus of my undergraduate and Master's research.

American Redstartslike the one shown herewere the focus of my undergraduate and Master's research.

KM Langin, TS Sillett, WC Funk, SA Morrison, and CK Ghalambor. 2017. Partial support for the central–marginal hypothesis within a population: reduced genetic diversity but not increased differentiation at the range edge of an island endemic bird. Heredity 119: 8-15 [link]

KM Langin, TS Sillett, SA Morrison, and CK Ghalambor. 2017. Bill morphology and neutral genetic structure both predict variation in acoustic signals within a bird population. Behavioral Ecology 28: 866-873 [link]

KM Langin. 2017. Tell me a story! A plea for more compelling conference presentations. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119: 321-326 [pdf]

SJ Oyler-McCance, KP Oh, KM Langin, and CL Aldridge. 2016. A field ornithologist's guide to genomics: practical considerations for ecology and conservation. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 133: 626-648 [pdf]

KM Langin, TS Sillett, WC Funk, SA Morrison, MA Desrosiers, and CK Ghalambor. 2015. Islands within an island: repeated adaptive divergence in a single population. Evolution 69: 653-665 [pdf]

JM Robertson, KM Langin, TS Sillett, SA Morrison, CK Ghalambor, and WC Funk. 2014. Identifying evolutionarily significant units and prioritizing populations for management on islands. Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist (special issue on the islands of California) 7: 397-411 [pdf]

MB Pesendorfer, KM Langin, B Cohen, Z Principe, SA Morrison, and TS Sillett. 2014. Stand structure and acorn production of the Island Scrub Oak (Quercus pacifica) on the California Channel Islands. Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist (special issue on the islands of California) 7: 246-259 [pdf]

HR Sofaer, TS Sillett, KM Langin, SA Morrison, and CK Ghalambor. 2014. Partitioning the sources of demographic variation reveals density-dependent nest predation in an island bird population. Ecology and Evolution 4: 2738-2748 [pdf]

HR Sofaer*, KM Langin*, J Wilson, and TS Sillett. 2011. Demography of songbird populations in a rapidly changing world: the importance of long-term studies. American Biology Teacher 73: 285-287 (*authors contributed equally) [pdf]

KM Langin, TS Sillett, J Yoon, HR Sofaer, SA Morrison, and CK Ghalambor. 2009. Reproductive consequences of an extreme drought for orange-crowned warblers on Santa Catalina and Santa Cruz Islands. In: Damiani, C.C., and D.K. Garcelon (eds.), Proceedings of the Seventh California Islands Symposium, Institute for Wildlife Studies, Arcata, California. pp. 293-300 [pdf]

KM Langin, PP Marra, Z Nemeth, FR Moore, TK Kyser, and LM Ratcliffe. 2009. Breeding latitude and timing of spring migration in songbirds crossing the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Avian Biology 40: 309-316 [pdf]

MW Reudink, PP Marra, TK Kyser, PT Boag, KM Langin, and LM Ratcliffe. 2009. Non-breeding season events influence sexual selection in a long-distance migratory bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 276: 1619-1626 [pdf]

MW Reudink, PP Marra, KM Langin, CE Studds, TK Kyser, and LM Ratcliffe. 2008. Molt-migration in the American redstart (Setophaga ruticilla) revisited: explaining variation in feather 𝛿D signatures. Auk 125: 744-748 [pdf]

KM Langin, MW Reudink, PP Marra, DR Norris, TK Kyser, and LM Ratcliffe. 2007. Hydrogen isotopic variation in migratory bird tissues of known origin: implications for geographic assignment. Oecologia 152: 449-457 [pdf]

KM Langin, DR Norris, TK Kyser, PP Marra, and LM Ratcliffe. 2006. Capital versus income breeding in a migratory passerine bird: evidence from stable-carbon isotopes. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84: 947-953 [pdf]