Andrew Krockenberger
Andrew Krockenberger
Professor and Dean of Research, James Cook University
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Predicting organismal vulnerability to climate warming: roles of behaviour, physiology and adaptation
RB Huey, MR Kearney, A Krockenberger, JAM Holtum, M Jess, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
The 10 Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points
WF Laurance, B Dell, SM Turton, MJ Lawes, LB Hutley, H McCallum, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1472-1480, 2011
Methods and pitfalls of extracting condensed tannins and other phenolics from plants: insights from investigations on Eucalyptus leaves
SJ Cork, AK Krockenberger
Journal of chemical ecology 17 (1), 123-134, 1991
Soil carbon stocks vary predictably with altitude in tropical forests: Implications for soil carbon storage
WIJ Dieleman, M Venter, A Ramachandra, AK Krockenberger, MI Bird
Geoderma 204, 59-67, 2013
Dual-foraging and co-ordinated provisioning in a tropical Procellariiform, the wedge-tailed shearwater
BC Congdon, AK Krockenberger, BV Smithers
Marine Ecology Progress Series 301, 293-301, 2005
Wood density predicts plant damage and vegetative recovery rates caused by cyclone disturbance in tropical rainforest tree species of North Queensland, Australia
TJ Curran, LN Gersbach, W Edwards, AK Krockenberger
Austral Ecology 33 (4), 442-450, 2008
Elevated sea-surface temperature, reduced provisioning and reproductive failure of wedge-tailed shearwaters (Puffinus pacificus) in the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia
BV Smithers, DR Peck, AK Krockenberger, BC Congdon
Marine and Freshwater Research 54 (8), 973-977, 2003
Tree-hugging koalas demonstrate a novel thermoregulatory mechanism for arboreal mammals
NJ Briscoe, KA Handasyde, SR Griffiths, WP Porter, A Krockenberger, ...
Biology letters 10 (6), 20140235, 2014
Sea surface temperature constrains wedge-tailed shearwater foraging success within breeding seasons
DR Peck, BV Smithers, AK Krockenberger, BC Congdon
Marine Ecology Progress Series 281, 259-266, 2004
Integrating phylogeography and physiology reveals divergence of thermal traits between central and peripheral lineages of tropical rainforest lizards
C Moritz, G Langham, M Kearney, A Krockenberger, J VanDerWal, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
Food for folivores: nutritional explanations linking diets to population density
IR Wallis, MJ Edwards, H Windley, AK Krockenberger, A Felton, ...
Oecologia 169 (2), 281-291, 2012
Thermoregulation by Kangaroos from Mesic and Arid Habitats: Influence of Temperature on Routes of Heat Loss in Eastern Grey Kangaroos (Macropus giganteus) and Red …
TJ Dawson, CE Blaney, AJ Munn, A Krockenberger, SK Maloney
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73 (3), 374-381, 2000
Meeting the energy demands of reproduction in female koalas, Phascolarctos cinereus: evidence for energetic compensation
A Krockenberger
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 173 (6), 531-540, 2003
RW Martin, KA Handasyde, A Krockenberger
Natural History, Conservation and Management, 1999
Costs of venom production in the common death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus)
AFV Pintor, AK Krockenberger, JE Seymour
Toxicon 56 (6), 1035-1042, 2010
Large‐herbivore distribution and abundance: intra‐and interspecific niche variation in the tropics
EG Ritchie, JK Martin, AK Krockenberger, S Garnett, CN Johnson
Ecological Monographs 78 (1), 105-122, 2008
Adaptive sex allocation in relation to life‐history in the common brushtail possum, Trichosurus vulpecula
JL Isaac, AK Krockenberger, CN Johnson
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (3), 552-558, 2005
Rapoport's Rule: Do climatic variability gradients shape range extent?
AFV Pintor, L Schwarzkopf, AK Krockenberger
Ecological Monographs 85 (4), 643-659, 2015
Experimental manipulation reveals the importance of refuge habitat temperature selected by lizards
M Andersson, A Krockenberger, LIN Schwarzkopf
Austral Ecology 35 (3), 294-299, 2010
A flexible digestive strategy accommodates the nutritional demands of reproduction in a free‐living folivore, the Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)
AK Krockenberger, ID Hume
Functional Ecology 21 (4), 748-756, 2007
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