Marie Pitts

Marie Pitts

Data Administrator
(757) 221-7503

Research Background Marie manages our data, spatial, and information resources that is the backbone of CCB’s research program. Marie’s background is in landscape ecology and GIS and completed a masters at William and Mary on the Eastern Bluebird.

B.S. in Biology, University of Maryland, College Park
M.S. in Biology, College of William and Mary

Pitts, M. L., K. L. Cornell, A. K. Jackson, D. A. Cristol, and J. P. Swaddle. (In prep). The influence of golf course landscapes on the reproductive success of eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis).

Cornell, K. L., C. R. Kight, R. B. Burdge, A. R. Gunderson, J. K. Hubbard, A. K. Jackson, J. E. LeClerc, M. L. Pitts, J. P. Swaddle, and D. A. Cristol. 2011. Reproductive Success of Eastern Bluebirds (Siala sialis) on Suburban Golf Courses. The Auk 128(3): 577-586.

Birge, L. M., M. L. Pitts, R. H. Baker, and G. S. Wilkinson. 2010. Length polymorphism and head shape association among genes with polyglutamine repeats in the stalk-eyed fly, Teleopsis dalmanni. BMC Evolutionary Ecology 10:227.

Ribak, G., M. L. Pitts, G. S. WIlkinson, and J. G. Swallow. 2009. Wing shape, wing size, and sexual dimorphism in eye-span in stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98:860-871.

Hankerson, S. J., M. L. Pitts, J. M. Dietz, and B. E. Raboy. (In prep). A test of exploitative and interference competition in the golden-headed lion tamarin.