John Eadie

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Professor, Dennis G. Raveling Professor in Waterfowl Biology

Departments

Avian Sciences
Wildlife&Fish Conservation Bio

Offices and Labs

1083 Academic Surge
530-754-0145

Profile Introduction

Behavioral ecology; reproductive strategies, demography, population dynamics, management & conservation, ecological genetics of birds (especially waterfowl).

Degrees

B.S. - University of Western Ontario
M.S. - Queen's University
Ph.D. - University of British Columbia

Research Interests

Behavioral ecology; reproductive strategies, demography, population dynamics, management & conservation, ecological genetics of birds (especially waterfowl).

Awards

Dennis G. Raveling Endowed Profesorship, U.C. Davis 1996- Present
Dennis Raveling Award for Research, California Waterfowl Association 2004

Department and Center Affiliations

Center for Avian Biology

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Animal Behavior

Specialties / Focus

Population Biology
  • Behavior/Physiology/Morphology
Animal Behavior
  • Behavior Ecology and Sociobiology
  • Behavior and Conservation

Graduate Groups not Housed in CBS

Ecology, Avian Science

Field Sites

California
British Columbia
Alaska
Argentina

Teaching Interests

Waterfowl biology and management. Avian ecology. Animal behavior. Evolutionary biology. Conservation biology. Ecological genetics. Wetland ecology.

Courses

WFC 111 Biology and Conservation of Wild Birds (Fall)
WFC 111L Laboratory in Biology and Conservation of Wild Birds (Fall)
WFC 136 Ecology and Management of Waterfowl and Game Birds (Winter)
WFC 100 Field Techniques in Wildlife Biology (Spring)
WFC 101 Field Research in Wildlife Ecology (Fall)

Publications

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  • Lyon, B. E. and J. M. Eadie. 2004. An obligate brood parasite trapped in the intraspecifc arms race of its hosts. Nature (In Press).
  • Newbold, S. and J. M. Eadie. 2004. Using species-habitat models to target conservation: a case study with breeding mallards. Ecological Applications. 14: 1384-1393.
  • Ackerman, J. T., J. M. Eadie, D. Loughman, G. S. Yarris and M. R. McLandress. 2003. Cues for investment: nest desertion in response to partial clutch depredation in dabbling ducks. Animal Behavior 66: 871-883.
  • Ackerman, J. T. and J. M. Eadie. 2003. Parental investment decisions in mallards: a clutch manipulation experiment. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54: 264-273
  • Lyon, B. E., W. M. Hochachka and J. M. Eadie. 2002. Host-parasite cooperation: modeling and testing the trade-offs between extra-pair paternity and conspecific brood parasitism. Evolution 56: 1253-1266
  • Lyon, B. E. and J. M. Eadie. 2000. Family matters: kin selection and the evolution of conspecific brood parasitism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 97: 12942-12944.
  • Eadie JM, PW Sherman and B Semel. 1996. Conspecific brood parasitism, population dynamics and the conservation of cavity-nesting birds. In: Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology. New York: Oxford University Press: