Justin A Welbergen
Justin A Welbergen
Associate 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
3352008
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
2692013
Strategic variation in mobbing as a front line of defense against brood parasitism
JA Welbergen, NB Davies
Current biology 19 (3), 235-240, 2009
1662009
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
1582015
Social transmission of a host defense against cuckoo parasitism
NB Davies, JA Welbergen
Science 324 (5932), 1318-1320, 2009
1392009
The frontline of avian brood parasite–host coevolution
WE Feeney, JA Welbergen, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 3-12, 2012
1252012
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
1142008
Cuckoo–hawk mimicry? An experimental test
NB Davies, JA Welbergen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1644), 1817-1822, 2008
1072008
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, 227-246, 2014
1052014
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
972011
Climate change adaptation strategies for Australian birds
S Garnett, S Garnett
National Climate Change Adaption Research Facility 109, 537, 2013
81*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
762014
Climate change refugia for terrestrial biodiversity
AE Reside, J VanDerWal, BL Phillips, LP Shoo, DF Rosauer, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, Queensland, 2013
662013
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
502014
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
502005
Egg discrimination in the Australian reed warbler (Acrocephalus australis): rejection response toward model and conspecific eggs depending on timing and mode of artificial …
J Welbergen, J Komdeur, R Kats, M Berg
Behavioral Ecology 12 (1), 8-15, 2001
492001
Timing of the evening emergence from day roosts of the grey-headed flying fox, Pteropus poliocephalus: the effects of predation risk, foraging needs, and social context
JA Welbergen
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (3), 311-322, 2006
462006
Avian vocal mimicry: a unified conceptual framework
AH Dalziell, JA Welbergen, B Igic, RD Magrath
Biological Reviews 90 (2), 643-668, 2015
452015
Mimicry for all modalities
AH Dalziell, JA Welbergen
Ecology Letters 19 (6), 609-619, 2016
362016
The functional significance of multiple nest‐building in the Australian Reed Warbler Acrocephalus australis
ML Berg, NH Beintema, JA Welbergen, J Komdeur
Ibis 148 (3), 395-404, 2006
292006
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