Diogo S M Samia
Diogo S M Samia
Department of Ecology, University of São Paulo, Brazil
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How nature-based tourism might increase prey vulnerability to predators
B Geffroy, DSM Samia, E Bessa, DT Blumstein
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30, 1-11, 2015
1982015
Increased tolerance to humans among disturbed wildlife
DSM Samia, S Nakagawa, F Nomura, TF Rangel, DT Blumstein
Nature Communications 60 (8877), 1-8, 2015
1672015
Functional diversity: an overview of its history and applicability
LMO Laureto, MV Cianciaruso, DSM Samia
Natureza & Conservação 13 (1), 1-5, 2015
1322015
Fifty years of chasing lizards: new insights advance optimal escape theory
DSM Samia, DT Blumstein, T Stankowich, WE Cooper Jr
Biological Reviews 91 (2), 349-366, 2016
892016
Do animals generally flush early and avoid the rush? A meta-analysis
DSM Samia, F Nomura, DT Blumstein
Biology letters 9 (2), 20130016, 2013
632013
Rural-Urban Differences in Escape Behavior of European Birds across a Latitudinal Gradient
DSM Samia, DT Blumstein, M Díaz, T Grim, JD Ibáñez-Álamo, J Jokimäki, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 2017
402017
Ecotourism’s Promise and Peril
DT Blumstein, B Geffroy, DSM Samia, E Bessa
302017
American Exceptionalism: Population Trends and Flight Initiation Distances in Birds from Three Continents
AP Møller, DSM Samia, MA Weston, PJ Guay, DT Blumstein
PloS one 9 (9), e107883, 2014
302014
Birds Flush Early and Avoid the Rush: An Interspecific Study
DSM Samia, DT Blumstein
PloS One 10 (3), e0119906, 2015
262015
Sex differences in lizard escape decisions vary with latitude, but not sexual dimorphism
DSM Samia, AP Møller, DT Blumstein, T Stankowich, WE Cooper Jr
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1805), 20150050, 2015
252015
FEAR, spontaneity, and artifact in economic escape theory: a review and prospectus
WE Cooper, DSM Samia, DT Blumstein
Advances in the Study of Behavior 47, 147-179, 2015
242015
Phi Index: A New Metric to Test the Flush Early and Avoid the Rush Hypothesis
DSM Samia, DT Blumstein
PloS one 9 (11), e113134, 2014
242014
16 Best practice for the study of escape behavior
DT Blumstein, DSM Samia, T Stankowich, WE Cooper Jr
Escaping From Predators: An Integrative View of Escape Decisions, 407, 2015
222015
Brain size as a driver of avian escape strategy
DSM Samia, AP Møller, DT Blumstein
Scientific Reports 5, 11913, 2015
222015
Escape behavior: dynamic decisions and a growing consensus
DT Blumstein, DSM Samia, WE Cooper Jr
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 12, 24-29, 2016
162016
Hawk models, hawk mimics, and antipredator behavior of prey
AP Møller, BG Stokke, DSM Samia
Behavioral Ecology 26, 1-6, 2015
152015
Flight initiation distances, sexual dichromatism and body size in birds from three continents
AP Møller, DSM Samia, M Weston, PJ Guay, DT Blumstein
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 1-9, 2015
12*2015
Best Practices Toward Sustainable Ecotourism
DSM Samia, LM Angeloni, M Bearzi, E Bessa, KR Crooks, M D’Amico, ...
Ecotourism’s Promise and Peril, 153-178, 2017
112017
The flush early and avoid the rush hypothesis holds after accounting for spontaneous behavior
DM Williams, DSM Samia, WE Cooper Jr, DT Blumstein
Behavioral Ecology 25 (5), 1136-1147, 2014
112014
Flight initiation distance, color and camouflage
AP Møller, W Liang, D Samia
Current Zoology, 2019
102019
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