Danny Rogers
Danny Rogers
Senior Scientist, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research
Verified email at melbpc.org.au
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The first basic problem: a review of molt and plumage homologies
SNG Howell, C Corben, P Pyle, DI Rogers
The Condor 105 (4), 635-653, 2003
Migratory connectivity magnifies the consequences of habitat loss from sea-level rise for shorebird populations
T Iwamura, HP Possingham, I Chadès, C Minton, NJ Murray, DI Rogers, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1761), 20130325, 2013
Fuel storage rates before northward flights in Red Knots worldwide
T Piersma, DI Rogers, PM González, L Zwarts, LJ Niles, ...
Birds of Two Worlds: the ecology and evolution of migration, 262-273, 2005
Roost availability may constrain shorebird distribution: exploring the energetic costs of roosting and disturbance around a tropical bay
DI Rogers, T Piersma, CJ Hassell
Biological Conservation 133 (2), 225-235, 2006
Rapid population decline in migratory shorebirds relying on Yellow Sea tidal mudflats as stopover sites
CE Studds, BE Kendall, NJ Murray, HB Wilson, DI Rogers, RS Clemens, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-7, 2017
High-tide habitat choice: insights from modelling roost selection by shorebirds around a tropical bay
DI Rogers, PF Battley, T Piersma, JA Van Gils, KG Rogers
Animal Behaviour 72 (3), 563-575, 2006
Intake rates and the functional response in shorebirds (Charadriiformes) eating macro-invertebrates
JD Goss-Custard, AD West, MG Yates, RWG Caldow, RA Stillman, ...
Biological Reviews 81 (4), 501-529, 2006
Red Knots (Calidris canutus piersmai and C. c. rogersi) depend on a small threatened staging area in Bohai Bay, China
DI Rogers, HY Yang, CJ Hassell, AN Boyle, KG Rogers, B Chen, ...
Emu-Austral Ornithology 110 (4), 307-315, 2010
Do body condition and plumage during fuelling predict northwards departure dates of Great Knots Calidris tenuirostris from north‐west Australia?
PF Battley, T Piersma, DI Rogers, A Dekinga, B Spaans, JA Van Gils
Ibis 146 (1), 46-60, 2004
The Australian bird guide
P Menkhorst, D Rogers, R Clarke, J Davies, P Marsack, K Franklin
Csiro Publishing, 2017
High-tide roost choice by coastal waders
DI Rogers
Continental-scale decreases in shorebird populations in Australia
R Clemens, DI Rogers, BD Hansen, K Gosbell, CDT Minton, P Straw, ...
Emu-Austral Ornithology 116 (2), 119-135, 2016
The 2006-2008 Saemangeum shorebird monitoring program report
N Moores, D Rogers, RH Kim, C Hassell, K Gosbell, SA Kim, MN Park
Birds Korea, Busan, South Korea, 2008
How do red knots Calidris canutus leave Northwest Australia in May and reach the breeding grounds in June? Predictions of stopover times, fuelling rates and prey …
PF Battley, DI Rogers, JA Gils, T Piersma, CJ Hassell, A Boyle, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 36 (6), 494-500, 2005
A global threats overview for Numeniini populations: synthesising expert knowledge for a group of declining migratory birds
JW Pearce-Higgins, DJ Brown, DJT Douglas, JA Alves, M Bellio, P Bocher, ...
Bird Conservation International 27 (1), 6-34, 2017
Bander’s Aid
KG Rogers, A Rogers, DI Rogers
Supplement Number One. Royal Australasian Ornithologists’ Union Report, 1990
Ancient host shifts followed by host conservatism in a group of ant parasitoids
EA Murray, AE Carmichael, JM Heraty
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1759), 20130495, 2013
Behavioural evidence for heat-load problems in great knots in tropical Australia fuelling for long-distance flight
PF Battley, DI Rogers, T Piersma, A Koolhaas
Emu 103 (2), 97-103, 2003
Northwards migration of shorebirds through Saemangeum, the Geum estuary and Gomso bay, South Korea in 2006
DI Rogers, N Moores, PF Battley
Stilt 50, 73-89, 2006
Treatment of Capture Myopathy in Shorebirds: A Successful Trial in Northwestern Australia/(Tratamiento de Miopatía en playeros: casos exitosos en la parte noroeste de Australia)
DI Rogers, PF Battley, J Sparrow, A Koolhaas, CJ Hassell
Journal of Field Ornithology, 157-164, 2004
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