Journal Article

Norris AR, Aitken KEH, Martin K, Pokorny S. Nest boxes increase reproductive output for Tree Swallows in a forest grassland matrix in central British Columbia. PLoS ONE [Internet]. 2018;13 (10) :e0204226. Publisher’s Version

Aitken KEH, Martin K. Experimental test of nest-site limitation in mature mixed forests of central British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Wildlife Management. 2012;76 (3) :557-565.

Koch AJ, Martin K, Aitken KEH. The relationship between introduced European Starlings and the reproductive activities of Mountain Bluebirds and Tree Swallows in British Columbia, Canada. Ibis. 2012;154 :590-600.

Hannah K, Schmiegelow FKA, Aitken KEH. White-throated sparrow response to forest harvesting in north-central Alberta: results not so clear-cut?. Avian Conservation and Ecology [Internet]. 2008;3 (6). Publisher’s Version

Aitken KEH, Martin K. Resource selection plasticity and community responses to experimental reduction of a critical resource. Ecology. 2008;89 :971-980.

Drever MC, Aitken KEH, Norris AR, Martin K. Woodpeckers as reliable indicators of bird richness, forest health and harvest. Biological Conservation. 2008;141 :624-634.

Aitken KEH, Martin K. The importance of excavators in hole-nesting communities: Availability and use of natural tree holes in old mixed forests of western Canada. Journal of Ornithology. 2007;148 (S2) :S425-S434.

Martin K, Aitken KEH, Wiebe KL. Nest Sites and Nest Webs for Cavity-Nesting Communities in Interior British Columbia. Condor. 2004.

Martin K, Aitken KEH. Nest cavity availability and selection in aspen-conifer groves in a grassland landscape. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 2004;34 :2099-2109.


Aitken KEH. Resource availability and limitation for a cavity -nesting community in mature conifer forests and aspen groves in interior British Columbia. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. 2007.

Aitken KEH. Nest-site availability, selection, and reuse in a cavity-nesting community in forests of interior British Columbia. Forest Sciences Dept., Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. 2002.