David Luther
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A framework to assess evolutionary responses to anthropogenic light and sound
JP Swaddle, CD Francis, JR Barber, CB Cooper, CCM Kyba, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (9), 550-560, 2015
Singing in a silent spring: Birds respond to a half-century soundscape reversion during the COVID-19 shutdown
EP Derryberry, JN Phillips, GE Derryberry, MJ Blum, D Luther
Science 370 (6516), 575-579, 2020
Urban noise and the cultural evolution of bird songs
D Luther, L Baptista
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1680), 469-473, 2010
The uncertain future of protected lands and waters
RE Golden Kroner, S Qin, CN Cook, R Krithivasan, SM Pack, OD Bonilla, ...
Science 364 (6443), 881-886, 2019
Mangroves: a global perspective on the evolution and conservation of their terrestrial vertebrates
DA Luther, R Greenberg
BioScience 59 (7), 602-612, 2009
The influence of the acoustic community on songs of birds in a neotropical rain forest
D Luther
Behavioral Ecology 20 (4), 864-871, 2009
Comparative effects of urban development and anthropogenic noise on bird songs
JL Dowling, DA Luther, PP Marra
Behavioral Ecology 23 (1), 201-209, 2012
Birdsongs keep pace with city life: changes in song over time in an urban songbird affects communication
DA Luther, EP Derryberry
Animal Behaviour 83 (4), 1059-1066, 2012
Sources of background noise and their influence on vertebrate acoustic communication
D Luther, K Gentry
Behaviour 150 (9-10), 1045-1068, 2013
Not so sexy in the city: urban birds adjust songs to noise but compromise vocal performance
DA Luther, J Phillips, EP Derryberry
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 332-340, 2016
High summer temperature explains bill size variation in salt marsh sparrows
R Greenberg, R Danner, B Olsen, D Luther
Ecography 35 (2), 146-152, 2012
Patterns of song across natural and anthropogenic soundscapes suggest that white-crowned sparrows minimize acoustic masking and maximize signal content
EP Derryberry, RM Danner, JE Danner, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, ...
PLoS One 11 (4), e0154456, 2016
Signaller: receiver coordination and the timing of communication in Amazonian birds
DA Luther
Biology Letters 4 (6), 651-654, 2008
Can animals detect differences in vocalizations adjusted for anthropogenic noise?
D Luther, J Magnotti
Animal Behaviour 92, 111-116, 2014
Assessing the impact of local habitat variables and landscape context on riparian birds in agricultural, urbanized, and native landscapes
D Luther, J Hilty, J Weiss, C Cornwall, M Wipf, G Ballard
Biodiversity and Conservation 17, 1923-1935, 2008
Acoustic adaptation to city noise through vocal learning by a songbird
DL Moseley, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, JE Danner, RM Danner, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1888), 20181356, 2018
Production and perception of communicatory signals in a noisy environment
DA Luther, RH Wiley
Biology letters 5 (2), 183-187, 2009
White‐crowned sparrow males show immediate flexibility in song amplitude but not in song minimum frequency in response to changes in noise levels in the field
EP Derryberry, K Gentry, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, RM Danner, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (13), 4991-5001, 2017
Habitat type and ambient temperature contribute to bill morphology
D Luther, R Greenberg
Ecology and Evolution 4 (6), 699-705, 2014
Immediate signaling flexibility in response to experimental noise in urban, but not rural, white‐crowned sparrows
KE Gentry, EP Derryberry, RM Danner, JE Danner, DA Luther
Ecosphere 8 (8), e01916, 2017
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