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
2431988
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
1372003
Post‐fledging care, philopatry and recruitment in brown thornbills
DJ Green, A Cockburn
Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (3), 505-514, 2001
1212001
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
1112008
Life history correlates of alternative migratory strategies in American Dippers
EA Gillis, DJ Green, HA Middleton, CA Morrissey
Ecology 89 (6), 1687-1695, 2008
1082008
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
801995
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
652009
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
642002
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
542008
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
512014
Anthropogenic landscape change promotes asymmetric dispersal and limits regional patch occupancy in a spatially structured bird population
DC Pavlacky, HP Possingham, AJ Lowe, PJ Prentis, DJ Green, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (5), 940-952, 2012
482012
Courtship feeding in ospreys Pandion haliaetus: a criterion for mate assessment?
DJ Green, EA Krebs
Ibis 137 (1), 35-43, 1995
481995
The influence of age on reproductive performance in the brown thornbill
DJ Green
Journal of Avian Biology 32 (1), 6-14, 2001
432001
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
422005
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
422000
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
402012
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
382018
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
342011
Life history and demography of an uncooperative Australian passerine, the brown thornbill
DJ Green, A Cockburn
Australian Journal of Zoology 47 (6), 633-649, 1999
341999
What's new in dentine bonding?: universal adhesives
FJT Burke, A Lawson, DJB Green, L Mackenzie
Dental update 44 (4), 328-340, 2017
332017
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