Christopher J Whelan

Affiliations: 
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
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Evolutionary Ecology, Avian Ecology, Plant-Animal Interactions
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Bates JM, Fidino M, Nowak-Boyd L, et al. (2022) Climate change affects bird nesting phenology: Comparing contemporary field and historical museum nesting records. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Garfinkel M, Fuka ME, Minor E, et al. (2022) When a pest is not a pest: Birds indirectly increase defoliation but have no effect on yield of soybean crops. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2527
Pressley M, Gallaher JA, Brown JS, et al. (2021) Cycling hypoxia selects for constitutive HIF stabilization. Scientific Reports. 11: 5777
Garfinkel MB, Minor ES, Whelan CJ. (2020) Birds suppress pests in corn but release them in soybean crops within a mixed prairie/agriculture system. The Condor. 122: duaa009
Michel NL, Whelan CJ, Verutes GM. (2020) Ecosystem services provided by Neotropical birds The Condor. 122
Flower CE, Dalton JE, Whelan CJ, et al. (2019) Patch use in the arctic ground squirrel: effects of micro-topography and shrub encroachment in the Arctic Circle. Oecologia
Nyffeler M, Şekercioğlu ÇH, Whelan CJ. (2018) Insectivorous birds consume an estimated 400-500 million tons of prey annually. Die Naturwissenschaften. 105: 47
Troxell-Smith S, Whelan C, Magle S, et al. (2017) Zoo foraging ecology: development and assessment of a welfare tool for captive animals Animal Welfare. 26: 265-275
Troxell-Smith S, Watters J, Whelan C, et al. (2017) Zoo foraging ecology: Preference and welfare assessment of two okapi (Okapia johnstoni) at the Brookfield Zoo. Animal Behavior and Cognition. 4: 187-199
Hagy HM, Stafford JD, Smith RV, et al. (2017) Opportunity costs influence food selection and giving-up density of dabbling ducks Journal of Avian Biology. 48: 804-814
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