David Luther
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A framework to assess evolutionary responses to anthropogenic light and sound
JP Swaddle, CD Francis, JR Barber, CB Cooper, CCM Kyba, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (9), 550-560, 2015
2402015
Mangroves: a global perspective on the evolution and conservation of their terrestrial vertebrates
DA Luther, R Greenberg
BioScience 59 (7), 602-612, 2009
1722009
Urban noise and the cultural evolution of bird songs
D Luther, L Baptista
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1680), 469-473, 2010
1702010
The influence of the acoustic community on songs of birds in a neotropical rain forest
D Luther
Behavioral Ecology 20 (4), 864-871, 2009
1312009
Birdsongs keep pace with city life: changes in song over time in an urban songbird affects communication
DA Luther, EP Derryberry
Animal Behaviour 83 (4), 1059-1066, 2012
1152012
Comparative effects of urban development and anthropogenic noise on bird songs
JL Dowling, DA Luther, PP Marra
Behavioral Ecology 23 (1), 201-209, 2012
1072012
The uncertain future of protected lands and waters
REG Kroner, S Qin, CN Cook, R Krithivasan, SM Pack, OD Bonilla, ...
Science 364 (6443), 881-886, 2019
1062019
Singing in a silent spring: Birds respond to a half-century soundscape reversion during the COVID-19 shutdown
EP Derryberry, JN Phillips, GE Derryberry, MJ Blum, D Luther
Science 370 (6516), 575-579, 2020
872020
Sources of background noise and their influence on vertebrate acoustic communication
D Luther, K Gentry
Behaviour 150 (9-10), 1045-1068, 2013
862013
Not so sexy in the city: urban birds adjust songs to noise but compromise vocal performance
DA Luther, J Phillips, EP Derryberry
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 332-340, 2016
802016
High summer temperature explains bill size variation in salt marsh sparrows
R Greenberg, R Danner, B Olsen, D Luther
Ecography 35 (2), 146-152, 2012
752012
Can animals detect differences in vocalizations adjusted for anthropogenic noise?
D Luther, J Magnotti
Animal Behaviour 92, 111-116, 2014
522014
Patterns of song across natural and anthropogenic soundscapes suggest that white-crowned sparrows minimize acoustic masking and maximize signal content
EP Derryberry, RM Danner, JE Danner, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, ...
PLoS One 11 (4), e0154456, 2016
502016
Signaller: receiver coordination and the timing of communication in Amazonian birds
DA Luther
Biology Letters 4 (6), 651-654, 2008
502008
Assessing the impact of local habitat variables and landscape context on riparian birds in agricultural, urbanized, and native landscapes
D Luther, J Hilty, J Weiss, C Cornwall, M Wipf, G Ballard
Biodiversity and Conservation 17 (8), 1923-1935, 2008
502008
Production and perception of communicatory signals in a noisy environment
DA Luther, RH Wiley
Biology letters 5 (2), 183-187, 2009
452009
Habitat type and ambient temperature contribute to bill morphology
D Luther, R Greenberg
Ecology and Evolution 4 (6), 699-705, 2014
322014
Acoustic adaptation to city noise through vocal learning by a songbird
DL Moseley, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, JE Danner, RM Danner, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1888), 20181356, 2018
302018
White‐crowned sparrow males show immediate flexibility in song amplitude but not in song minimum frequency in response to changes in noise levels in the field
EP Derryberry, K Gentry, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, RM Danner, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (13), 4991-5001, 2017
262017
Evidence of suboscine song plasticity in response to traffic noise fluctuations and temporary road closures
KE Gentry, MF McKenna, DA Luther
Bioacoustics 27 (2), 165-181, 2018
252018
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