Sears, M. W., J. P. Hayes, K. Geluso, C. O’conner, and J. S. Sedinger. 2006. Individual variation in thermogenic capacity affects above-ground activity of high altitude deer mice. Functional Ecology 20:in press.
Eichholz, M.W. and J. S. Sedinger. 2006. Staging, migration, and winter distribution of white-cheeked geese staging in Interior Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 69: in press.
Sedinger, J. S., D. H. Ward, J. L. Schamber, W. I. Butler, W. D. Eldridge, B. Conant, J. F. Voelzer, N. D. Chelgren, and M. P. Herzog. 2006. Effects of El Niño on distribution and reproductive performance of Black Brant. Ecology 87:in press.
Walker, J., M. S. Lindberg, M. C. McCluskie, M. J. Petrula, and J. S. Sedinger. 2005. Nest survival of scaup and other ducks in the boreal forest of Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:in press.
Sedinger, J. S., and J. J. Rotella. 2005. Effect of harvest on sage-grouse populations: what can we learn from the data? Wildlife Biology 11:in press.
Ward, D. H., Reed, A., Sedinger, J. S., Black, J. M., Derksen, D. V., and Castelli, P. M. 2005. Effects of anthropogenic and climate events on habitats and population dynamics of nearctic brant. Global Change Biology 11:869-880.
Ward, D. H., J. A. Schmutz, J. S. Sedinger, K. S. Bollinger, P. D. Martin, and B. A. Anderson. 2004. Temporal and geographic variation in survival of juvenile Black Brant. Condor 106:263-274.
Sedinger, J. S., M. P. Herzog, and D. H. Ward. 2004. Early environment and recruitment of Black Brant into the breeding population. Auk 121:68-73.
Herzog, M. P., and J. S. Sedinger. 2004. Dynamics of foraging behavior associated with variation in habitat and forage availability in captive Black Brant Goslings (Branta bernicla nigricans). Auk 121:210-223.
Nicolai, C.A., J.S. Sedinger, and M.L. Wege. 2004. Mechanisms of hatch synchronization in Black Brant. Functional Ecology 18:475-482.
Orians, G., et al. 2003. Cumulative environmental effects of oil and gas activities on Alaska’s North Slope. Committee on cumulative environmental effects of Alaskan North Slope oil and gas activities, National Research Council. 287 pp.
Person, B.B., M. P. Herzog, R.W. Ruess, J.S. Sedinger, R. M. Anthony, and C. A. Babcock. 2003. Feedback dynamics of grazing lawns: coupling vegetation change with animal growth. Oecologia 135:583-592.
Mowbray, T. C. Ely, J. S. Sedinger, and R. Trost. 2002. Canada Goose (Branta Canadensis). In Birds of North America, No. 682 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA..
Sedinger, J.S., P. Martin, B.A. Anderson, N.D. Chelgren, M.S. Lindberg, T. Obritchkewitch and M.T. Kirk. 2002. Life-history implications of large-scale variation in adult survival of Black Brant. Auk 119:510-515.
Sedinger, J. S., M. P. Herzog, B. T. Person, M. T. Kirk, T. Obritchkewitch, P. P. Martin, and A. A. Stickney. 2001. Large-scale variation in growth of Black Brant goslings related to food availability. Auk 118:1088-1095.
Sedinger, J. S., M. S. Lindberg and N. D. Chelgren. 2001. Age-specific breeding probability in Black Brant: effects of population density. Journal of Animal Ecology 70:798-807.
Flint, P. L., R. F. Rockwell, and J. S. Sedinger. 2001. Estimating repeatability of egg size. Auk 118:500-503.
Raveling, D. G., J. S. Sedinger and D. S. Johnson. 2000. Reproductive success and survival in relation to juvenile experience of Canada Geese. Condor 102:941-945.
MacCluskie, M.C. and J.S. Sedinger. 2000. Nutrient reserve dynamics and regulation of clutch size in Northern Shovelers. Auk 117:971-979.
Routledge, R. D., G. E. J. Smith, L. Sun, N. Dawe, E. Nygren, and J. S. Sedinger. 1999. Estimating the size of a transient population. Biometrics 55:224-230.
Eichholz, M. W., and J. S. Sedinger. 1999. Regulation of incubation behaviour in Black Brant. Can. J. Zool. 77: 249-257.
MacCluskie, M. C., and J. S. Sedinger. 1999. Nest attendance patterns of Northern Shovelers in the subarctic. Condor 101:417-421.
Sedinger, J. S., M. S. Lindberg, B. T. Person, M. W. Eichholz, M. Herzog. and P. L. Flint. 1998. Density dependent effects on growth, body size and clutch size in Black Brant. Auk 115:613-620.
Lindberg, M. S., J. S. Sedinger, R. F. Rockwell and D.V. Derksen. 1998. Population structure and natal and breeding movements in a Black Brant metapopulation. Ecology. 79:1893-1904.
Reed, A., D. H. Ward, D. V. Derksen and J. S. Sedinger. 1998. Brant species account. Birds of North America.
Lindberg, M. S. and J. S. Sedinger. 1998. Ecological significance of broodsite fidelity in Black Brant: spatial, annual, and age-related variation. Auk 115:436-446.
Eichholz, M. W. and J. S. Sedinger. 1998. Factors affecting length of the incubation period in Black Brant. Condor 100:164-168.
Sedinger, J. S., C. D. Ankney, and R. T. Alisauskas. 1997. Refined methods for assessment of nutrient reserve use and regulation of clutch size. Condor 99:836-840.
Sedinger, J. S., M. S. Lindberg, E. A. Rexstad, N. Chelgren and D. H. Ward. 1997. Testing for handling bias in survival estimation for Black Brant. J. Wildl. Manage. 61:782-791.
Ward, D. H., E. A. Rexstad, J. S. Sedinger, M. S. Lindberg and N. K. Dawe. 1997. Seasonal and annual survival of adult Pacific Brant. J. Wildl. Manage. 61:773-781.
Lindberg, M.S. and J. S. Sedinger. 1997. Ecological consequences of nest site fidelity in Black Brant. Condor 99:25-38.
Lindberg, M. S., J. S. Sedinger and P. L. Flint. 1997. Effects of spring environment on nesting phenology, nest site selection and clutch size of Black Brant. Condor 99:381-388.
MacCluskie, M. C., P. L. Flint and J. S. Sedinger. 1997. Variation in incubation period length of Mallards. Condor 99:224-228.
Sedinger, J. S. 1997. Adaptations to and consequences of an herbivorous diet in grouse and waterfowl. Condor 99:314-326.
Sedinger, J. S., M. S. Lindberg, M. W. Eichholz, and N. Chelgren. 1997. Influence of hatch date versus maternal and genetic effects on growth of Black Brant goslings. Auk 114:129-132.