Burke CM, WA Montevecchi (2008) Fish and Chicks: Forage Fish and Chick Success in Co-existing Auks. Waterbirds: in press.
Hedd A, Regular PM, Montevecchi WA, Burke CM, Buren AD, Fifield DA (submitted) Going deep: common murres dive in sub-0 oC water for aggregated slow-moving capelin. Submitted to Journal of Avian Biology, April 2008.
Burke CM (2008) Comparative foraging ecology of Common Murres (Uria aalge) and Atlantic Puffins (Fratercula arctica) in response to changes in forage fish availability. M.Sc. Thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Davoren GK, May C, Penton P, Reinfort B, Buren A, Burke CM, Montevecchi WA, Andrews D, Rose-Taylor C, Bell T, deYoung B, Record N, Anderson JT, Koen-Alonso M, Garthe S (2007) An ecosystem research project focused on capelin in the Northwest Atlantic: overviews and results. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Science 39: 35–48.
Montevecchi WA, Chaffey H, Burke CM. (2007) Changing patterns of marine bird hunting in Newfoundland and Labrador. Pages 99 – 116 in C Parrish, S Solberg and N Turner (Editors). Resetting the Kitchen Table: Food Security in Canadian Coastal Communities. Nova Science Press, New York, New York.
Montevecchi WA, Regular PM, Burke CM, Hedd A (2007) Year-round tracking of murres in Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland and Labrador Murre Conservation Fund Interim Report submitted to the Newfoundland and Labrador Legacy Nature Trust. 11 pp.
Burke CM, Davoren GK, Montevecchi WA, Wiese FK (2005) Surveys of seabirds along support vessel transects and at oil platforms on the Grand Banks. Pages 587-614 in PJ Cransford and K Lee, (Editors). Offshore Oil and Gas Environmental Effects Monitoring: Approaches and Technologies. Battelle Press, Columbus, Ohio.
Montevecchi WA, Burke CM (2004) Surveys of marine birds and mammals from offshore support vessels and ships of opportunity in Newfoundland waters. Report for Environmental Studies Research Fund, Energy Board of Canada.
Montevecchi WA, Burke CM (2002) Surveys of marine birds and mammals from offshore support vessels and ships of opportunity in Newfoundland waters. Report for Environmental Studies Research Fund, Energy Board of Canada.
Burke CM, Davoren GK, Montevecchi WA, Stenhouse IR (2001). Winging it back to the future: An historic reconstruction of seabird diversity, distribution and abundance in the Northwest Atlantic, 1500-2000. Pages 27-37 in T Pitcher, M Vasconcellas, S Heymans, C Brignall and N Hagan (Editors). Information supporting past and present ecosystem models of northern British Columbia and the Newfoundland Shelf. University of British Columbia Fisheries Centre Research Report 10: 27-37.