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Bailey, Liam D., Ens, Bruno J., Both, Christiaan, Heg, Dik, Oosterbeek, Kees, and van de Pol, Martijn (2019) Habitat selection can reduce effects of extreme climatic events in a long-lived shorebird. Journal of Animal Ecology, 88 (10). pp. 1474-1485.

Bailey, Liam D., and van de Pol, Martijn (2016) Tackling extremes: challenges for ecological and evolutionary research on extreme climatic events. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85 (1). pp. 85-96.

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Evans, Tracy R., Salvatore, Donald, van de Pol, Martijn, and Musters, C.J.M. (2019) Adult firefly abundance is linked to weather during the larval stage in the previous year. Ecological Entomology, 44 (2). pp. 265-273.

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Haest, Birgen, Hüppop, Ommo, van de Pol, Martijn, and Bairlein, Franz (2019) Autumn bird migration phenology: a potpourri of wind, precipitation and temperature effects. Global Change Biology, 25 (12). pp. 4064-4080.

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Manríquez, Patricio H., Jara, María Elisa, González, Claudio P., Seguel, Mylene E., Domenici, Paolo, Watson, Sue-Ann, Anguita, Cristóbal, Duarte, Cristian, and Brokordt, Katherina (2021) The combined effects of climate change stressors and predatory cues on a mussel species. Science of the Total Environment, 776. 145916.

Manríquez, Patricio H., Gonzalez, Claudio P., Seguel, Mylene, Garcia-Huidobro, M. Roberto, Lohrmann, Karin B., Domenici, Paolo, Watson, Sue-Ann, Duarte, Cristián, and Brokordt, Katherina (2021) The combined effects of ocean acidification and warming on a habitat-forming shell-crushing predatory crab. Science of the Total Environment, 758. 143587.

McLean, Nina M., van der Jeugd, Henk P., van Turnhout, Chris A.M., Lefcheck, Jonathan S., and van de Pol, Martijn (2020) Reduced avian body condition due to global warming has little reproductive or population consequences. Oikos, 129 (5). pp. 714-730.

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Spinks, Rachel K. (2021) Phenotypic plasticity to warming in coral reef fishes: the importance of sex and exposure timing within and between generations. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Spinks, Rachel K., Bonzi, Lucrezia C., Ravasi, Timothy, Munday, Philip L., and Donelson, Jennifer M. (2021) Sex- and time-specific parental effects of warming on reproduction and offspring quality in a coral reef fish. Evolutionary Applications, 14 (4). pp. 1145-1158.

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Thomas, Jodi T., Spady, Blake L., Munday, Philip L., and Watson, Sue-Ann (2021) The role of ligand-gated chloride channels in behavioural alterations at elevated CO2 in a cephalopod. Journal of Experimental Biology, 224 (13). jeb242335.

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