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Book Chapter
Cuthbert FJean, Wires LR.  1999.  Caspian Tern (Sterna caspia). The Birds of North America. 403:32pp..
Journal Article
Rush SA, Pekarik C, Weseloh D.V, Cuthbert FJ, Moore D, Wires LR.  2015.  Changes in heron and egret populations on the Laurentian Great Lakes and connecting channels, 1977-2009. Avian Conservation and Ecology.
Wires LR, Cuthbert FJean.  2010.  Characteristics of double-crested cormorant colonies in the U.S. Great Lakes island landscape. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 36(2):232-241.
Wyman KE, Wires LR, Cuthbert FJ.  2014.  Colonial waterbird site occupancy dynamics reflect variation in colony site environments in the U.S. Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 40(4):956-963.
Morris RD, Weseloh D.V, Cuthbert FJean, Pekarik C, Wires LR, Harper L..  2010.  Distribution and abundance of nesting common and Caspian terns on the North American Great Lakes, 1976 to 1999. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 36(1):44-56.
Wires LR, Cuthbert FJean, Weseloh D.V, Trexel D.R.  2000.  The Double-crested Cormorant in eastern and central North America: a summary of status and selected research. Cormorant Research Group Bulletin. 4:5-9.
Wyman KE, Wires LR, Cuthbert FJ.  2018.  Great lakes double-crested cormorant management affects co-nester colony growth. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 8217284698719535715636198275835291410371453430965182836323840(1):93-102.
Morris RD, Weseloh D.V, Wires LR, Pekarik C, Cuthbert FJean, Moore DJ.  2011.  Population Trends of Ring-billed Gulls Breeding on the North American Great Lakes, 1976 to 2009. Waterbirds. 34(2):202-212.
Cuthbert FJean, Wires LR, McKearnan JE.  2002.  Potential impacts of nesting Double-crested Cormorants on Great Blue Herons and Black-crowned Night-herons in the U.S. Great Lakes region. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 28(2):145-154.
Wires LR, Cuthbert FJean.  2000.  Trends in Caspian Tern numbers and distribution in North America: a review. Waterbirds. 23(3):388-404.