In Review (†co first author, *mentored students)
Martínez, A.E., E. Parra†*, and V.T. Vredenburg. (In review). Shared predators drive communication between birds and primates in an Amazonian rainforest. Behavioral Ecology.
Camerlenghi*,E., P. Tellaroli, M. Griggio and A.E. Martínez. (In review). Evidence for variation in information value generated by different alarm calling birds in a heterogeneous landscape. American Naturalist.
Martínez, A.E., H.S. Pollock, J.P. Kelley and C.E. Tarwater. 2018. Social information cascades influence the formation of mixed-species flocks of ant-following birds in the Neotropics. Animal Behavior.135:25-35.
Pollock, H.S., A.E. Martinez†, J.P. Kelley, J. M. Touchton and C.E. Tarwater. 2017. Heterospecific eavesdropping in ant-following birds of the Neotropics is a learned behavior. Proceedings B of the Royal Society B. doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.1785
Martínez, A.E. and S.K. Robinson. 2016. Using foraging ecology to elucidate the role of species interactions in two contrasting mixed-species flock systems in northeastern Peru. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128
Yap, T.A., Ellison S, Flechas SV, Gillespie L, Koo MS, Martinez AE, and Vredenburg VT. (2015). Invasion of the fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis on California Islands. Ecohealth. (DOI) 10.1007/s10393-015-1071-y
Goodale, E., Ding, P, Xiaohu L., Martínez A.E., Xingfeng S, Walters M, and Robinson S.K. 2015. The structure of multi-species flocks and their role in the organization of forest bird communities, with special reference to East Asia. Avian Research. 6(1): 1-11
Martínez, A.E., and J.P. Gomez. 2013. Are mixed-species bird flocks stable through two decades? American Naturalist. 181(3):E53-E59
Martínez, A.E., and R.T. Zenil. 2012. Foraging guild influences dependence on heterospecific alarm calls in Amazonian bird flocks. Behavioral Ecology 23:544-550.
Steadman, D.W, J.R. Montambault, S.K. Robinson, S.J. Oswalt, T.J. Brandeis, G.Londono, M.J. Reetz, W.M. Schelsky, N.A. Wright, J.P. Hoover, J.J. Jankowski, A. W. Kratter, A.E. Martínez, and J. Smith. 2009. Relative abundance, habitat use, and long-term population changes of wintering and resident landbirds on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121(1):41-53.
Martínez, A.E, D. Aranibar, E.G. Guitierrez. 2006. An assessment of the distribution and abundance of the Titicaca flightless grebe, Rollandia microptera, on lake Titicaca and an evaluation of its conservation status. Bird Conservation International 16(3):237-251.
Osenberg, C.W., C. J. F. Huckins, T. Kaltenberg, A.E. Martínez. 2004. Resolving within- and between-population variation in feeding ecology with a biomechanical model. Oecologia 141:57-65.