Moyer, M.J., E.M. Rose, D.A. Moreland, A. Raza, S.M. Brown, A.L. Scarselletta, B. Lohr, K.J. Odom, and K.E. Omland. 2022. Female song is structurally different from male song in Orchard Orioles, a temperate-breeding songbird with delayed plumage maturation. Journal of Field Ornithology 93: 3. https://doi.org/10.5751/JFO-00073-930103
Odom, K.J., Cain, K.E., Hall, M.L., Langmore, N.E., Mulder, R.A., C., Kleindorfer, S., Karubian, J., Enbody, E.D., Jones, J.A., Dowling, J.L., Leitão, A.V., Grieg, E.I., Evans, C., Meyers, K., Araya-Salas, M. and Webster, M.S. 2021. Sex role similarity and sexual selection shape male and female song structure in fairy-wrens (Maluridae). Ecology and Evolution 11: 17901-17919. https://doi-org/10.1002/ece3.8378
Jones, J.A., Odom, K.J., Hoppe, I., Nason, D., Ketaloya, S. and Karubian, J. 2021. Correlated evolution of distinct signals associated with increased social selection in female white-shouldered fairywrens. Accepted. Ecology and Evolution 11: 17352-17363. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8370
Odom, K.J., Araya-Salas, M., Morano, J.L., Ligon, R.A., Leighton, G.M., Taff, C.C., Billings, A.C., Germain, R.R., Guimarães de Andrade, L., Pardo, M., Dalziell, A.H., Keen, S.C., Hedwig, D., Shiu, Y., Charif, R.A., Webster, M.S. and Rice, A.N. 2021. Comparative bioacoustics: a roadmap for quantifying and comparing animal sounds across diverse taxa. Biological Reviews 96: 1135-1159.
Keen, S.C., Odom, K.J., and Araya-Salas, M. 2021. A machine-learning approach for quantifying element diversity in animal vocalizations. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12: 1213-1225.
Keenan, E.L., Odom, K.J., Price, J.J., Mann, N.I., Slater, P.J.B., Araya-Salas, M. and Templeton, C.N. 2020. Duet coordination correlates to breeding season length in the Neotropical wrens (Troglodytidae). Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287: 20202482.
Wilkins, M.R., Odom, K.J., Benedict, L. and Safran, R.J. 2020. Analysis of female song provides insight into the evolution of sex differences in a widely studied songbird. Animal Behaviour 168: 69-82.
Haines, C.D.*, Rose, E.M., Odom, K.J. and Omland, K.E. 2020. The Role of Diversity in Science: A Case Study of Women Advancing Female Bird Song Research. Animal Behaviour 168: 19-14.
Riebel, K., Odom, K.J., Langmore, N.E. and Hall, M.L. 2019. Invited perspectives paper – New insights from female bird song: towards an integrated approach to studying male and female communication roles. Biology Letters 15: 20190059.
Odom, K.J., Rose, E.M., Hallworth, M.T., Díaz-Marrero, O.A. and Omland, K.E. 2019. Females and males maintain similar sized, stable territories between breeding and non-breeding seasons in a tropical oriole (Icterus icterus). Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131: 524-533.
Odom, K.J. and Benedict, L. 2018. Commentary – A call to document female bird songs – applications for diverse fields. Ornithology 135: 314-325.
Odom, K.J. and Omland, K.E. 2018. Females and males both respond more strongly to duets than female solos in a tropical songbird (Icterus icterus). Behaviour 154: 1377-1395.
Odom, K.J., Logue, D.M., Studds, C.E., Monroe, M.K.*, Campbell, S.K.*, and Omland, K.E. 2017. Duetting behavior varies with sex, season, and singing role in a tropical oriole (Icterus icterus). Behavioral Ecology 28: 1256–1265.
Odom, K.J., Omland, K.E., McCaffrey, D.R., Monroe, M.K.*, Christhilf, J.L.*, Roberts, N.S. and Logue, D.L. 2016. Typical males and unconventional females: songs and singing behaviors of a tropical, duetting oriole in the breeding and non-breeding season. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4:14.
Campbell, S.K.*, Morales-Perez, A.L., Malloy, J.F.*, Muellerklein, O.C.*, Kim, J.A.*, Odom, K.J. and Omland, K.E. 2016. Documentation of female song in a newly recognized species, the Puerto Rican Oriole (Icterus portoricensis). Journal Caribbean Ornithology 29: 28-36.
Odom, K.J., Omland, K.E. and Price, J.J. 2015. Differentiating the evolution of female song and male-female duets in the New World blackbirds: can tropical natural history traits explain duet evolution? Evolution 69: 839-847.
Sandercock, B.S., Alfaro-Barrios, M., Casey, A.E., Johnson, T.N., Mong, T.W., Odom, K.J., Strum, K.M. and Winder, V.L. 2015. Effects of grazing and prescribed fire on resource selection and nest survival of upland sandpipers in an experimental landscape. Landscape Ecology 30: 325-337.
Odom, K.J., Hall, M.L., Riebel, K., Omland, K.E. and Langmore, N.E. 2014. Female song is widespread and ancestral in songbirds. Nature Communications 5: 3379.
Odom, K. J., Slaght, J.C. & Gutiérrez, R.J. 2013. Distinctiveness in the territorial calls of Great Horned Owls within and among years. Journal of Raptor Research 47: 21-30.
Odom, K.J. and Mennill, D.J. 2012. Inconsistent geographic variation in the calls and duets of Barred Owls across an area of genetic introgression. Ornithology 129: 387-398.
Barrowclough, G.B., Groth, J.J., Odom, K.J. and Lai, J.E. 2011. Phylogeography of the Barred Owl (Strix varia): species limits, multiple refugia, and range expansion. Ornithology 128: 696-706.
Odom, K.J. and Mennill, D.J. 2010. Vocal duets in a nonpasserine: an examination of territory defense and neighbour-stranger discrimination in a neighbourhood of barred owls. Behaviour 147: 619-639.
Odom, K.J. and Mennill, D.J. 2010. A quantitative description of the vocalizations and vocal activity of the Barred Owl. Ornithological Applications 112: 549-560.
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