Jennifer Wang, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Behavioral ecology, ornithology, breeding behavior
Students interested in undergraduate research are encouraged to contact Dr. Wang.
J. M. Wang and S. R. Beissinger. 2011. Partial incubation: Its occurrence, distribution, and quantification. Auk 128(3): 454–466.
J. M. Wang, S. R. Beissinger, and M. K. Firestone. 2011. Do microbial processes influence infection rate and viability of avian eggs in the temperate zone? Tests in a Mediterranean environment. Ecology 92(5): 1137–1145.
J. M. Wang and S. R. Beissinger. 2009. Variation in the onset of incubation and its influence on avian hatching success and asynchrony. Animal Behaviour 78(3): 601–613.
J. M. Wang and W. W. Weathers. 2009. Egg laying, egg temperature, attentiveness, and incubation in the Western Bluebird. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121(3): 512–520.
M. D. Shawkey, K. L. Kosciuch, M. Liu, F. C. Rohwer, E. R. Loos, J. M. Wang, and S. R. Beissinger. 2008. Do birds differentially distribute antimicrobial proteins within clutches of eggs? Behavioral Ecology 19(4): 290–297.
J. M. Wang. “The influence of small sample sizes on empirical Bayes’ predictors in longitudinal
data sets.” Proceedings of the Western Users of SAS Software. 2012. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc. http://www.wuss.org/proceedings12/100.pdf