Listed alphabetically by senior author.
Allard, K.A., Breton, A.R., Gilchrist, H.G. and Diamond, A.W. (2006). Adult survival of herring gulls breeding in the Canadian Arctic. Waterbirds 29(2), 163-168.
Betts, M., Diamond, A.W., Forbes, G.J., Villard, M.A. and Gunn, J. (2006 ). The importance of spatial autocorrelation, extent and resolution in predicting forest bird occurrence. Ecological Modelling 191, 197-224.
Betts, M., Diamond, A.W., Forbes, G.J., Frego, K., Loo, J., Matson, B., Roberts, M., Villard, M.-A., Wissink, R., Wuest, L., and Zelazny, V. (2005). A comment on the plantations and biodiversity debate in New Brunswick. Forestry Chronicle 81(2), 265-269.
Betts, M.G., Zitske, B.P., Hadley, A.S. and Diamond, A.W. (2006). Post-timber harvest breeding dispersal in migrant forest songbirds. Northeastern Naturalist 13(4), 531-536.
Betts, M.G., Forbes, G.J. and Diamond, A.W. (2007). Thresholds in songbird occurrence in relation to landscape structure. Conservation Biology 24(1), 1046-1058.
Betts, M.G., Mitchell, D., Diamond, A.W. and Bety, J. (2007). Uneven rates of landscape change as a source of bias in roadside wildlife surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management. 71(7), 2266-2273.
Betts, M.M., Forbes, G.R., Diamond, A.W. and Taylor, P.D. (2006 ). Independent effects of habitat amount and fragmentation on songbirds in a forest mosaic: an organism-based approach. Ecological Applications 16(3) 1076-1089.
Blinn, B.M., Diamond, A.W., and Hamilton, D.J. (2008). Factors Affecting Selection of Brood-rearing Habitat by Common Eiders (Somateria mollissima) in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada. Waterbirds 31(4), 520-529.
Blinn, B.M., Violette, V. and Diamond, A.W. (2006). Osprey, Pandion haliaetus, depredates Common Eider, Somateria mollissima, duckling. Canadian Field-Naturalist 120(2), 236-237.
Bond, A.L and Diamond, A.W. (2007). Abandoned seabird eggs as a calcium source for terrestrial gastropods. Canadian Field-Naturalist 121(4), 433-435.
Bond, A.L, and Diamond, A.W. (2009). Total and methyl mercury concentrations in seabird feathers and eggs. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 56(2), 286-291.
Bond, A.L. and Diamond, A.W. (2010 ). Nutrient allocation for egg production in six Atlantic seabirds. Canadian Journal of Zoology 88(11), 1095-1102.. .
Bond, A.L. and Diamond, A.W. (2008). High within-individual variation in total mercury concentration in seabird feathers. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27(11), 2375-2377.
Bond, A.L. and Diamond, A.W. (2011). Recent Bayesian stable-isotope mixing models are highly sensitive to variation in discrimination factors. Ecological Applications 21(4), 1017-1023 .
Bowser, K. A., Diamond, A. W. and Addison, J. A. (2013). From Puffins to Plankton: A DNA-Based Analysis of a Seabird Food Chain in the Northern Gulf of Maine. PLOS ONE (2013), Volume 8, Issue 12, e83152.
Breton, A., and Diamond, A.W. (2014). Annual survival of adult Atlantic Puffins (Fratercula arctica) is positively correlated with Herring (Clupea harengus) availability. Ibis (2014), 156, 35–47.
Breton, A., Diamond, A.W. and Kress, S. (2005). Adult survival rates of Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica) at two colonies in the Gulf of Maine. Auk 112(3), 773-782.
Breton, A.R., Diamond, A.W. and Kress, S.W. (2006). Encounter, Survival, and Movement Probabilities from an Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica) Metapopulation. Ecological Monographs 76(1), 133-149.
Breton, A.R., Diamond, A.W. and Kress, S.W. (2006). Surface wear on incoloy and darvic bands applied to Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica) adults and chicks. Journal of Field Ornithology 77(2), 111-119.
Chapdelaine, G., Diamond, A.W., Elliot, R.D. and Robertson, G.J.(2001 ). Status and population trends of the Razorbill in North America. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper No.105.
Clarke, T.C., Diamond, A.W. and Chardine, J.W. (2010). Origin of Canadian Razorbills (Alca torda) wintering in the outer Bay of Fundy confirmed by radio-tracking. Waterbirds 33(4), 541-545.
Crewe, T. L., D. J. Hamilton, and A. W. Diamond. (2001 ). Effects of mesh size on sieved samples of Corophium volutator. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science 53, 151-154 .
DeVink, J.-M., Gilchrist, G. and Diamond, A. (2005). Effects of water salinity on growth and survival of Common Eider ducklings (Somateria mollissima). Auk 122(2), 523-529.
Devlin, C.M., Diamond, A.W. and Saunders, G.W. (2004 ). Sexing Arctic Terns (Sterna paradisaea) in the field and laboratory. Waterbirds 27(3), 314-320.
Devlin, C.M., Diamond, A.W., Kress, S.W., Hall, C.S. and Welch, L. (2008). Breeding dispersal and survival of Arctic Terns in the Gulf of Maine. Auk 125(4), 1-9.
Diamond, A. (1997). The Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Project. RIM OF THE GULF: RESTORING ESTUARIES & RESOURCES (pp. 99-103). Portland, Maine: Island Institute / National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Diamond, A. (1999). Concluding remarks: content versus context in forest bird research. Society of Canadian Ornithologists Special Publication No.1, 139-143.
Diamond, A. (2001). Protocol for monitoring seabirds. MARINE BIODIVERSITY MONITORING, EMAN. Special Publication
Diamond, A. (1999). Introduction to biology and conservation of forest birds. Society of Canadian Ornithologists Special Publication No.1, 3-8.
Diamond, A. (2008). Bird research in the ACWERN lab at the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, University of New Brunswick. Forestry Chronicle 84(4), 548-552.
Diamond, A.W. and Devlin, C.M. (2003). Seabirds as indicators of changes in marine ecosystems: ecological monitoring on Machias Seal Island. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 88, 153-175.
Diamond, A.W. and Nettleship, D.N. (Eds.). (1999 ). BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF FOREST BIRDS. Canadian Ornithologists Special Publication No.1, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Diamond, A.W. and Schreiber, E.A. (2002). Magnificent Frigatebird, Fregata magnificens. Birds of North America. No. 601.
Diamond, A.W., Fayad, V.C. and McKinley, P.S. (2007). Ipecac: an improved emetic for wild birds. Journal of Field Ornithology 78(4), 436-439.
Fayet et al., Ocean-Drivers of Migration Strategies and Their Influence on Population Breeding Perfomance in a Declining Seabird, Current Biology (2017), http://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2017.11.009
Fraser, K.C., Diamond A.W., and Chavarría, L. (2011). The influence of microhabitat, moisture, and diet on stable-hydrogen isotope variation in a Neotropical avian food web. Journal of Tropical Ecology 7, 563–572.
Fraser, K.C., Diamond, A.W., and Chavarría, L. (2010). Evidence of altitudinal moult- migration in a Central American hummingbird, Amazilia cyanura. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26, 645–648.
Fraser, K.C., McKinnon, E.A. and Diamond, A.W. (2010). Migration, diet or molt? Interpreting stable-hydrogen isotope values in Neotropical bats. Biotropica 42(4), 512–517. DOI 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2009.00608.x.
Friars, K.A. and Diamond, A.W. (2011). Predicting the Sex of Atlantic Puffins, Fratercula arctica, by Discriminant Analysis. Waterbirds 34(3), 304-311.
Gaston, A.J., Bertram, D.F., Boyne, A.W., Chardine, J.W., Davoren,G., Diamond, A.W., Hedd, A., Montevecchi, W.A., Hipfner, J.M., Lemon, M.J.F., Mallory, M.L., Rail, J.-F., and Robertson, G.R. (2009). Changes in Canadian seabird populations and ecology since 1970 in relation to changes in oceanography and food webs. Environmental Reviews 17, 267-286. doi:10.1139/A09-013.
Goodale, M. W., D. C. Evers, S. E. Meirzykowski, A. L. Bond, N. M. Burgess, C. I. Otorowski, L. J. Welch, C. S. Hall, J. C. Ellis, R. B. Allen, A. W. Diamond, S. W. Kress, and R. J. Taylor. (2008). Marine foraging birds as bioindicators of mercury in the Gulf of Maine. EcoHealth 5, 409-425.
Grecian, V.D., Diamond, A.W. and Chardine, J.W. (2003). Sexing Razorbills, Alca torda breeding at Machias Seal Island using discriminant function analysis. Atlantic Seabirds 5(2), 73-81.
Hamilton, D.J., Barbeau, M.A. and Diamond, A.W. (2003). Shorebirds, Snails, and Corophium in the Upper Bay of Fundy: Predicting Bird Activity on Intertidal Mudflats. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81, 1358-1366.
Hamilton, D.J., Diamond, A.W. and Wells, P.G. (2006). Shorebirds, snails, and Corophium in the upper Bay of Fundy: top-down versus bottom-up factors, and the influence of compensatory interactions. Hydrobiologia 567(1), 285-306.
Huettmann F., Diamond A.W. (2001 ). Seabird colony locations and environmental determination of seabird distribution: A spatially explicit seabird breeding model in the Northwest Atlantic. Ecological Modelling 141, 261-298.
Huettmann, F. and Diamond, A.W. (2006). Large-scale effects on the spatial distribution of seabirds in the Northwest Atlantic. Landscape Ecology 21, 1089-1108.
Huettmann, F., and Diamond, A.W. (2001). Using PCA Scores to classify species communities: an example using seabird classifications at sea. Journal of Applied Statistics 28(7), 843 -853.
Huettmann, F., Diamond, A.W. (2000). Seabird migration in the Canadian North Atlantic: moulting locations and movement patterns of immatures. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78, 624-647.
Huettmann, F., Diamond, A.W., Dalzell, B. and MacIntosh,K. (2005). Winter distribution, ecology and movements of Razorbills Alca torda and other auks in the Outer Bay of Fundy, Atlantic Canada. Marine Ornithology 33, 161-171.
Huettmann, F., K. MacIntosh, C. Stevens, T. Dean and A.W. Diamond. (2000). A mid-winter observation of a large population of Bonaparte's Gulls in the Head Harbour Passage, Passamaquoddy Bay. Canadian Field-Naturalist 114(2), 327-330.
Hunnewell, R.W., A.W. Diamond and S.C. Brown. (2016). Estimating the migratory stopover abundance of phalaropes in the outer Bay of Fundy, Canada. Avian Conservation and Ecology 11(2):11.
Jamieson, S.E., Gilchrist, H.G., Merkel, F.R. and Diamond, A.W. (2006 ). An evaluation of methods used to estimate carcass composition of Common Eiders. Wildlife Biology 12, 219-226.
Jamieson, S.E., Gilchrist, H.G., Merkel, F.R., Diamond, A.W. and Falk, K. (2006). Endogenous reserve dynamics of northern common eiders wintering in Greenland. Polar Biology 29, 585-594.
Keogan et al., (2018). Global phenological insensitivity to shifting ocean temperatures among seabirds. Nature Climate Change Volume 8 April 2018 pg. 313-318.
Kehoe, P. and Diamond, A.W. (2001). Increases and expansion of the New Brunswick breeding population of Black-legged Kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla). Canadian Field-Naturalist 115 (2), 349-350.
Kelly, K. G. Diamond, A.W., Holberton, Rebecca L., and Bowser, A. Kirsten (2015). Researchers Handling of Incubating Atlantic Puffins (Fratercula arctica) has no effect on reproductive success. Marine Ornithology 43:77-82.
Lavers, J. L., I. L. Jones, G. J. Robertson and A. W. Diamond. (2009). Contrasting population trends at two Razorbill colonies in Atlantic Canada: additive effects of fox predation and hunting mortality? Avian Conservation and Ecology - Écologie et conservation des oiseaux 4(2) 3.
Lavers, J.L., Jones, I.L. and Diamond, A.W. (2008). Age of first return and breeding of Razorbills (Alca torda) on the Gannet Islands, Labrador and Machias Seal Island, New Brunswick. Waterbirds 31(1), 30-34.
Lavers, J.L., Jones, I.L., and Diamond, A.W. (2007). Natal and breeding dispersal of Razorbills (Alca torda) in eastern North Americas. Waterbirds 30(4), 588-594.
Lavers, J.L., Jones, I.L., Diamond, A.W. and Robertson, G.R. (2008). Annual survival of Atlantic Canadian Razorbills (Alca torda) varies with ocean climate indices. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86, 51-61.
LeCoure, M.I., Schwab, F.E., Simon, N.P.P. and Diamond, A.W. (2000). Effects of post-fire salvage logging on breeding birds in western Labrador. Northeast Wildlife 55, 39-46.
Lowther, P., Diamond, A.W., Kress, S. and Robertson, G.R. (2002). Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica). Birds of North America No. 709.
Major, H.L., Jones, I.L., Charette, M.R. and Diamond, A.W. (2007). Variations in the diet of introduced Norway rats inferred using stable isotope analysis. Journal of Zoology, London 271, 463-468.
Mallory M.L., Boadway K.A., Davis S.E., Maftei M. and Diamond A.W. (2017). Breeding biology of Arctic Terns (Sterna paradisaea) in the Canadian High Arctic. Polar Biology. DOI 10.1007/s00300-016-2072-1.
Mawhinney, K. and Diamond, A.W. (1999). Sex determination of great black-backed gulls using morphometric characters. Journal of Field Ornithology 70(2), 206-210.
Mawhinney, K. and Diamond, A.W. (1999 ). Using mark-recapture ratios of radio-transmitters to improve estimates of gull predation on eider ducklings. Condor 101(4), 824-831.
Mawhinney, K. Diamond, A.W., Kehoe, P. and Benjamin, N. (1999). Status and productivity of Common Eiders in relation to the status of Great Black-backed Gulls and Herring Gulls in the southern Bay of Fundy and northern Gulf of Maine. Waterbirds 22(2), 253-262.
Mawhinney, K., Diamond, A.W. and Kehoe, F.P. (1999). The use of energy reserves by Great Black-backed Gulls during breeding. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77, 1459-1464.
McAlpine, D.F., Garrity, N.R., Benjamin, N., Diamond, A.W., Hughes, L.C., Sollows, M.C., Johnson, D.M. and Sheppard, M. (2005). Ring-billed Gulls (Larus delawarensis) nesting on Manawagonish Island, New Brunswick: continuing expansion of the seabird community in the Bay of Fundy. Northeastern Naturalist 12(3), 263-266.
Pratte, Isabeau, Broadway, K.A., Diamond, A.W., and Mallory, M.L. (2018). Changes in Isotopic Niches across Stages of the Annual Cycle in the Arctic Tern (Sterna paradisaea). Arctic 71(3), 259-268.
Scopel, L.C. and A.W. Diamond. (2017). The case for lethal control of gulls on seabird colonies. Journal of Wildlife Management 81(4), 572-580.
Scopel, L.C. and A.W. Diamond. (2018). Predation and food-weather interactions drive colony collapse in a managed metapopulation of Arctic Terns (Sterna paradisaea). Canadian Journal of Zoology 96(1), 13-22.
Simon, N.P.P., Diamond, A.W. and Schwab, F.E. (2003). Do northern forest bird communities show more ecological plasticity than southern forest bird communities in eastern Canada? Ecoscience 10(3), 289-296.
Simon, N.P.P., Schwab, F.E. and Diamond, A.W. (2000). Patterns of diurnal breeding bird abundance in relation to logging in western Labrador. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30, 257-263.
Sprague, A.S., Hamilton, D.J. and Diamond, A.W. ( 2008). Factors affecting movements of Semi-palmated Sandpipers staging in the upper Bay of Fundy. Avian Conservation and Ecology - Écologie et conservation des oiseaux 3(2)4, http://www.ace-eco.org/vol3/iss2/.
Stevens, C. E., Diamond, A.W. and Gabor, T.S. (2002). Anuran call surveys on small wetlands in Prince Edward Island, Canada restored by dredging of sediments. Wetlands 22(1), 90-99.
Stevens, C. E., T. S. Gabor, and A. W. Diamond. (2003). Use of Restored Small Wetlands by Breeding Waterfowl in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Restoration Ecology 11(1), 3-12.
Trefry S.A. and Diamond A.W. (2017). Exploring hypotheses for sexual dimorphism in frigatebirds. Evolutionary Ecology Research 18:225-252.
Trefry, S.A., Diamond, A.W. and Jesson, L.K. (2012). Wing marker woes: a case study and meta-analysis of the impacts of wing and patagial tags. Journal of Ornithology, DOI 10.1007/s10336-012-0862-y.
Trefry, S.A., Diamond, A.W., Spencer, N.C. and Mallory, M.L. (2013). Contaminants in magnificent frigatebird eggs from Barbuda, West Indies. Marine Pollution Bulletin 75:317-321.
Warren, T.L., Betts, M.G., Diamond, A.W. and Forbes, G.J. (2005). The influence of local habitat and landscape composition on cavity-nesting birds in a forested mosaic. Forest Ecology and Management 214, 331-343.
Young, L., Betts, M.G. and Diamond, A.W. (2005). Do Blackburnian Warblers select mixed forest? The importance of spatial resolution in defining habitat. Forest Ecology and Management 214, 358-372.
Zitske, B.P., Betts, M.G. and Diamond, A.W. (2011 ). Negative effects of habitat loss on survival of migrant warblers in a forest mosaic. Conservation Biology 25(5), 993-1001.