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Justin A Welbergen
Justin A Welbergen
Professor, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment & President, Australasian Bat Society
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au - Homepage
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Climate change and the effects of temperature extremes on Australian flying-foxes
JA Welbergen, SM Klose, N Markus, P Eby
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1633), 419-425, 2008
5142008
Quantifying the benefit of early climate change mitigation in avoiding biodiversity loss
R Warren, J VanDerWal, J Price, JA Welbergen, I Atkinson, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (7), 678-682, 2013
4462013
The capacity of refugia for conservation planning under climate change
G Keppel, K Mokany, GW Wardell-Johnson, BL Phillips, JA Welbergen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (2), 106-112, 2015
2972015
Strategic variation in mobbing as a front line of defense against brood parasitism
JA Welbergen, NB Davies
Current biology 19 (3), 235-240, 2009
2152009
The frontline of avian brood parasite–host coevolution
WE Feeney, JA Welbergen, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 3-12, 2012
1802012
Social transmission of a host defense against cuckoo parasitism
NB Davies, JA Welbergen
Science 324 (5932), 1318-1320, 2009
1722009
Advances in the study of coevolution between avian brood parasites and their hosts
WE Feeney, JA Welbergen, NE Langmore
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 45 (1), 227-246, 2014
1702014
Reed warblers discriminate cuckoos from sparrowhawks with graded alarm signals that attract mates and neighbours
JA Welbergen, NB Davies
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 811-822, 2008
1412008
Cuckoo–hawk mimicry? An experimental test
NB Davies, JA Welbergen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1644), 1817-1822, 2008
1382008
A parasite in wolf's clothing: hawk mimicry reduces mobbing of cuckoos by hosts
JA Welbergen, NB Davies
Behavioral Ecology 22 (3), 574-579, 2011
1232011
Climate change adaptation strategies for Australian birds
ST Garnett, DC Franklin, G Ehmke, JJ VanDerWal, L Hodgson, C Pavey, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013
109*2013
Characteristics of climate change refugia for A ustralian biodiversity
AE Reside, JA Welbergen, BL Phillips, GW Wardell‐Johnson, G Keppel, ...
Austral Ecology 39 (8), 887-897, 2014
1082014
Forecasting wildlife die‐offs from extreme heat events
HU Ratnayake, MR Kearney, P Govekar, D Karoly, JA Welbergen
Animal Conservation 22 (4), 386-395, 2019
932019
Mimicry for all modalities
AH Dalziell, JA Welbergen
Ecology Letters 19 (6), 609-619, 2016
882016
Climate change refugia for terrestrial biodiversity
AE Reside, J VanDerWal, BL Phillips, LP Shoo, DF Rosauer, B Anderson, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013
852013
Avian vocal mimicry: a unified conceptual framework
AH Dalziell, JA Welbergen, B Igic, RD Magrath
Biological Reviews 90 (2), 643-668, 2015
802015
Stepping inside the niche: microclimate data are critical for accurate assessment of species' vulnerability to climate change
C Storlie, A Merino-Viteri, B Phillips, J VanDerWal, J Welbergen, ...
Biology Letters 10 (9), 20140576, 2014
712014
Timing of the evening emergence from day roosts of the grey-headed flying fox, Pteropus poliocephalus: the effects of predation risk, foraging needs …
JA Welbergen
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60, 311-322, 2006
692006
Extreme mobility of the world’s largest flying mammals creates key challenges for management and conservation
JA Welbergen, J Meade, HE Field, D Edson, L McMichael, LP Shoo, ...
BMC biology 18, 1-13, 2020
632020
Singing as a handicap: the effects of food availability and weather on song output in the Australian reed warbler Acrocephalus australis
ML Berg, NH Beintema, JA Welbergen, J Komdeur
Journal of Avian Biology 36 (2), 102-109, 2005
602005
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