Shannon E. Currie
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Torpor and hypothermia: reversed hysteresis of metabolic rate and body temperature
F Geiser, SE Currie, KA O'Shea, SM Hiebert
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2014
Passive rewarming from torpor in hibernating bats: minimizing metabolic costs and cardiac demands
SE Currie, K Noy, F Geiser
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2015
Heart rate as a predictor of metabolic rate in heterothermic bats
SE Currie, G Körtner, F Geiser
The Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (9), 1519-1524, 2014
The electrocardiogram of vertebrates: Evolutionary changes from ectothermy to endothermy
BJD Boukens, DL Kristensen, R Filogonio, LBT Carreira, MR Sartori, ...
Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology 144, 16-29, 2019
Echolocation at high intensity imposes metabolic costs on flying bats
SE Currie, A Boonman, S Troxell, Y Yovel, CC Voigt
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (9), 1174-1177, 2020
Conservation strategies for bats flying at high altitudes
CC Voigt, SE Currie, M Fritze, M Roeleke, O Lindecke
BioScience 68 (6), 427-435, 2018
Can bats sense smoke during deep torpor?
AC Doty, SE Currie, C Stawski, F Geiser
Physiology & Behavior 185, 31-38, 2018
Black or white? Physiological implications of roost colour and choice in a microbat
AC Doty, C Stawski, SE Currie, F Geiser
Journal of Thermal Biology 60, 162-170, 2016
Effect of roost choice on winter torpor patterns of a free-ranging insectivorous bat
C Stawski, SE Currie
Australian Journal of Zoology 64 (2), 132-137, 2016
Measuring subcutaneous temperature and differential rates of rewarming from hibernation and daily torpor in two species of bats
SE Currie, G Körtner, F Geiser
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2015
Cold-hearted bats: uncoupling of heart rate and metabolism during torpor at sub-zero temperatures
SE Currie, C Stawski, F Geiser
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (1), jeb170894, 2018
Responding to the weather: energy budgeting by a small mammal in the wild
T Hume, F Geiser, SE Currie, G Körtner, C Stawski
Current Zoology 66 (1), 15-20, 2020
Hibernation and daily torpor in Australian and New Zealand bats: does the climate zone matter? 1
F Geiser, A Bondarenco, SE Currie, AC Doty, G Körtner, BS Law, ...
Australian Journal of Zoology 67 (6), 316-330, 2020
No effect of season on the electrocardiogram of long-eared bats (Nyctophilus gouldi) during torpor
SE Currie
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 188 (4), 695-705, 2018
Post-fire recovery of torpor and activity patterns of a small mammal
C Stawski, T Hume, G Körtner, SE Currie, J Nowack, F Geiser
Biology Letters 13 (5), 20170036, 2017
Echolocation at high intensity imposes metabolic costs on flying bats. Nat Ecol Evol 4: 1174–1177
SE Currie, A Boonman, S Troxell, Y Yovel, CC Voigt
Cardiorespiratory function and metabolism of heterothermic bats
S Currie, F Geiser, G Koertner
Accelerometer informed time-energy budgets reveal the importance of temperature to the activity of a wild, arid zone canid
J Tatler, SE Currie, P Cassey, AK Scharf, DA Roshier, TAA Prowse
Movement ecology 9 (1), 1-12, 2021
Fatty acid profiles of the European migratory common noctule bat (Nyctalus noctula)
CC Voigt, E Rosner, CG Guglielmo, SE Currie
The Science of Nature 106 (7), 1-8, 2019
Flexible employment of torpor in squirrel gliders (Petaurus norfolcensis): an adaptation to unpredictable climate?
K Dausmann, G Körtner, Y Aharon-Rotman, S Currie, F Geiser
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