PhD, Department of Environment and Sustainability, University at Buffalo. Dissertation: From the microbiome to macroecology - three levels of purple martin ecology.
MS, Ecology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
BS (Honors), Ecology, Durham University, United Kingdom.
Tuesday 3-4pm, Friday 2-3pm (via Zoom)
BIO 200, Evolutionary Biology
BIO 317, Medical Entomology/Parasitology
BIO 318, Plant Biology
BIO 330 Special Topics: Ecology of Living Systems
Williams, H.M., Siegrist, J. and Wilson, A.M. (2020) Support for a relationship between demography and modeled habitat suitability is scale dependent for the purple martin Progne subis. Journal of Animal Ecology 90(2) 356-366.
Williams, H.M., Smith Pagano, S. and Dittmar, K. (2020) A parasite reduction conservation intervention does not improve fledging success or most condition metrics for purple martins. The Condor: Ornithological Applications. 122(4) duaa051.
Williams, H.M. and DeLeon, R.L. (2020) Using artificial intelligence classification of videos to examine the environmental, evolutionary and physiological constraints on provisioning behaviour. Journal of Avian Biology. 51(8) Doi 10.1111/jav.02424
Williams, H.M. and Dittmar, K. (2020) Expanding our view of Bartonella and its Hosts: Bartonella in Nest Ectoparasites and their Migratory Avian Hosts. Parasites and Vectors 13: 13 doi:10.1186/s13071-020- 3896- 7.
Williams, H.M. and DeLeon, R.L. (2019) Deep learning analysis of nest camera video recordings reveals temperature sensitive incubation behavior in the purple martin (Progne subis). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74: 7 doi.org/10.1007/s00265-019-2789-2.
Williams, H.M., Wilcox, S.B. and Patterson, A.J. (2019) Photography as a tool for avian morphometric measurements. Journal of Ornithology 161: 333-339.
Williams, H.M., Mattot, L.S. and DeLeon, R.L. (2019) Automated deep learning analysis of purple martin videos depicting incubation and provisioning. In Proceedings of Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC ’19). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
Williams, H.M., Willemoes, M. and Thorup, K. (2017) A temporally explicit species distribution model for a sub-Saharan avian migrant, the Common Cuckoo (Cuculus canorus). Journal of Avian Biology 48: 001- 013.
Williams, H.M., Willemoes, M., Klaassen, R.H.G., Strandberg. R. and Thorup, K. (2016) Common cuckoo home ranges are larger in the breeding season than in the non-breeding season and in regions of sparse forest cover. Journal of Ornithology 157: 461-469.