Wouter Halfwerk
Wouter Halfwerk
Vrije Universiteit, head of sensory ecology & evolution Amsterdam
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Negative impact of traffic noise on avian reproductive success
W Halfwerk, LJM Holleman, CKM Lessells, H Slabbekoorn
Journal of applied Ecology 48 (1), 210-219, 2011
A behavioural mechanism explaining noise-dependent frequency use in urban birdsong
W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Animal behaviour 78 (6), 1301-1307, 2009
Low-frequency songs lose their potency in noisy urban conditions
W Halfwerk, S Bot, J Buikx, M van der Velde, J Komdeur, C ten Cate, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (35), 14549-14554, 2011
Song divergence by sensory drive in Amazonian birds
JA Tobias, J Aben, RT Brumfield, EP Derryberry, W Halfwerk, ...
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (10), 2820-2839, 2010
Pollution going multimodal: the complex impact of the human-altered sensory environment on animal perception and performance
W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Biology letters 11 (4), 20141051, 2015
Habitat‐dependent song divergence at subspecies level in the grey‐breasted wood‐wren
C Dingle, W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (4), 1079-1089, 2008
Asymmetric response patterns to subspecies‐specific song differences in allopatry and parapatry in the gray‐breasted wood‐wren
C Dingle, JW Poelstra, W Halfwerk, DM Brinkhuizen, H Slabbekoorn
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (12), 3537-3548, 2010
Risky ripples allow bats and frogs to eavesdrop on a multisensory sexual display
W Halfwerk, PL Jones, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, RA Page
Science 343 (6169), 413-416, 2014
Behavioural ecology: noise annoys at community level
H Slabbekoorn, W Halfwerk
Current biology 19 (16), R693-R695, 2009
Male great tit song perch selection in response to noise‐dependent female feedback
W Halfwerk, S Bot, H Slabbekoorn
Functional Ecology 26 (6), 1339-1347, 2012
Vocal responses to noise reveal the presence of the Lombard effect in a frog
W Halfwerk, AM Lea, MA Guerra, RA Page, MJ Ryan
Behavioral Ecology 27 (2), 669-676, 2016
Birds and Anthropogenic Noise: Singing Higher May Matter: (A Comment on Nemeth and Brumm,“Birds and Anthropogenic Noise: Are Urban Songs Adaptive?”)
H Slabbekoorn, XJ Yang, W Halfwerk
The American Naturalist 180 (1), 142-145, 2012
Bats perceptually weight prey cues across sensory systems when hunting in noise
DGE Gomes, RA Page, I Geipel, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, W Halfwerk
Science 353 (6305), 1277-1280, 2016
Multimodal cues improve prey localization under complex environmental conditions
F Rhebergen, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, RA Page, W Halfwerk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1814), 20151403, 2015
Risks of multimodal signaling: bat predators attend to dynamic motion in frog sexual displays
W Halfwerk, MM Dixon, KJ Ottens, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, RA Page, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (17), 3038-3044, 2014
The impact of anthropogenic noise on avian communication and fitness
W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Avian urban ecology: behavioral and physiological adaptations, 84-97, 2013
Crossmodal comparisons of signal components allow for relative-distance assessment
W Halfwerk, RA Page, RC Taylor, PS Wilson, MJ Ryan
Current Biology 24 (15), 1751-1755, 2014
Adaptive changes in sexual signalling in response to urbanization
W Halfwerk, M Blaas, L Kramer, N Hijner, PA Trillo, XE Bernal, RA Page, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (3), 374-380, 2019
Noise affects nest-box choice of 2 competing songbird species, but not their reproduction
W Halfwerk, C Both, H Slabbekoorn
Behavioral Ecology, arw095, 2016
Collateral damage or a shadow of safety? The effects of signalling heterospecific neighbours on the risks of parasitism and predation
PA Trillo, XE Bernal, MS Caldwell, WH Halfwerk, MO Wessel, RA Page
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1831), 20160343, 2016
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