David J Green
David J Green
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University
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Passing the buck: resource defence, lek breeding and mate choice in fallow deer
TH Clutton-Brock, D Green, M Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, SD Albon
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 23 (5), 281-296, 1988
Divorce, dispersal and incest avoidance in the cooperatively breeding superb fairy‐wren Malurus cyaneus
A Cockburn, HL Osmond, RA Mulder, DJ Green, MC Double
Journal of animal ecology 72 (2), 189-202, 2003
Post‐fledging care, philopatry and recruitment in brown thornbills
DJ Green, A Cockburn
Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (3), 505-514, 2001
Life history correlates of alternative migratory strategies in American Dippers
EA Gillis, DJ Green, HA Middleton, CA Morrissey
Ecology 89 (6), 1687-1695, 2008
Can we measure the benefits of help in cooperatively breeding birds: the case of superb fairy‐wrens Malurus cyaneus?
A Cockburn, RA Sims, HL Osmond, DJ Green, MC Double, RA Mulder
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (3), 430-438, 2008
Increased opportunities for cuckoldry may be why dominant male fairy-wrens tolerate helpers
DJ Green, A Cockburn, ML Hall, H Osmond, PO Dunn
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1995
Wing length and mass at fledging predict local juvenile survival and age at first return in tufted puffins
KW Morrison, JM Hipfner, C Gjerdrum, DJ Green
The Condor 111 (3), 433-441, 2009
Wind speed during migration influences the survival, timing of breeding, and productivity of a neotropical migrant, Setophaga petechia
A Drake, CA Rock, SP Quinlan, M Martin, DJ Green
PloS one 9 (5), e97152, 2014
Laying date and laying sequence influence the sex ratio of crimson rosella broods
EA Krebs, DJ Green, MC Double, R Griffiths
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51 (5), 447-454, 2002
Demography of male reproductive queues in cooperatively breeding superb fairy‐wrens Malurus cyaneus
A Cockburn, HL Osmond, RA Mulder, MC Double, DJ Green
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (2), 297-304, 2008
Stable isotopes from museum specimens may provide evidence of long-term change in the trophic ecology of a migratory aerial insectivore
PA English, DJ Green, JJ Nocera
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 14, 2018
Anthropogenic landscape change promotes asymmetric dispersal and limits regional patch occupancy in a spatially structured bird population
DC Pavlacky Jr, HP Possingham, AJ Lowe, PJ Prentis, DJ Green, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (5), 940-952, 2012
Courtship feeding in ospreys Pandion haliaetus: a criterion for mate assessment?
DJ Green, EA Krebs
Ibis 137 (1), 35-43, 1995
Do landscape features predict the presence of barn owls in a changing agricultural landscape?
S Hindmarch, EA Krebs, JE Elliott, DJ Green
Landscape and Urban Planning 107 (3), 255-262, 2012
Display rate by male fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus) during the fertile period of females has little influence on extra-pair mate choice
DJ Green, HL Osmond, MC Double, A Cockburn
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 48 (6), 438-446, 2000
The multiple signals assessed by female satin bowerbirds: could they be used to narrow down females' choices of mates?
TE Robson, AW Goldizen, DJ Green
Biology Letters 1 (3), 264-267, 2005
The influence of age on reproductive performance in the brown thornbill
DJ Green
Journal of Avian Biology 32 (1), 6-14, 2001
What's new in dentine bonding?: universal adhesives
FJT Burke, A Lawson, DJB Green, L Mackenzie
Dental update 44 (4), 328-340, 2017
Habitat and food supply across multiple spatial scales influence the distribution and abundance of a nocturnal aerial insectivore
PA English, JJ Nocera, BA Pond, DJ Green
Landscape Ecology 32 (2), 343-359, 2017
Effects of extreme climate events on adult survival of three Pacific auks
KW Morrison, JM Hipfner, GS Blackburn, DJ Green
The Auk 128 (4), 707-715, 2011
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