Publication List


Dear Colleague, Below is a complete list of my publications. You can link to the pdf files of most articles. I no longer have paper copies available. To request PDFs for articles published < 2000, please contact me (donald.kramer@mcgill.ca) or Carole Smith (carole.smith@mcgill.ca)

Donald L. Kramer
  1. Kramer, D.L. and N.R. Liley. 1971. The role of spawning behaviour and stimuli from the eggs in the induction of a parental response in the blue gourami, Trichogaster trichopterus (Pisces, Belontiidae). Anim. Behav. 19:87-92.
  2. Kramer, D.L. 1972. The role of androgens in the parental behaviour of the blue gourami, Trichogaster trichopterus (Pisces, Belontiidae). Anim. Behav. 20:798-807.
  3. Kramer, D.L. 1973. Parental behaviour in the blue gourami Trichogaster trichopterus (Pisces, Belontiidae) and its induction during exposure to varying numbers of conspecific eggs. Behaviour 47:14-32.
  4. Kramer, D.L. and J.B. Graham. 1976. Synchronous air breathing, a social component of respiration in fishes. Copeia 1976:689-697.
  5. Graham, J.B., D.L. Kramer and E. Pineda. 1977. Respiration of the air breathing fish Piabucina festae. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 122:295-310.
  6. Graham, J.B., D.L. Kramer and E. Pineda. 1978. Comparative respiration of an air-breathing and non-air-breathing characoid fish and the evolution of aerial respiration in characins. Physiol. Zool. 51:279-288.
  7. Kramer, D.L. 1978a. Reproductive seasonality in the fishes of a tropical stream. Ecology 59:976-985.
  8. Kramer, D.L. 1978b. Terrestrial group spawning of Brycon petrosus (Pisces: Characidae) in Panama. Copeia 1978:536-537.
  9. Kramer, D.L., C.C. Lindsey, G.E.E. Moodie and E.D. Stevens. 1978. The fishes and the aquatic environment of the central Amazon basin, with particular reference to respiratory patterns. Can. J. Zool. 56:717-729.
  10. Kramer, D.L. 1978c. Ventilation of the respiratory gas bladder in Hoplerythrinus unitaeniatus (Pisces, Characoidei, Erythrinidae). Can. J. Zool.56:931-938.
  11. Kramer, D.L. and W. Nowell. 1980. Central place foraging in the eastern chipmunk, Tamias striatus. Anim. Behav. 28:772-778.
  12. Kramer, D.L. and M. McClure. 1980. Aerial respiration in the catfish, Corydoras aeneus (Callichthyidae). Can. J. Zool. 58:1984-1991.
  13. Kramer, D.L. and M. McClure. 1981. The transit cost of aerial respiration in the catfish Corydoras aeneus (Callichthyidae). Physiol. Zool.54:189-194.
  14. Dussault, G.V. and D.L. Kramer. 1981. Food and feeding behavior of the guppy, Poecilia reticulata (Pisces: Poeciliidae). Can. J. Zool. 59:684-701.
  15. Kramer, D.L. and J.P. Mehegan. 1981. Aquatic surface respiration, an adaptive response to hypoxia in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata (Pisces, Poeciliidae). Env. Biol. Fish. 6:299-313.
  16. Kramer, D.L. and M. McClure. 1982. Aquatic surface respiration, a widespread adaptation to hypoxia in tropical freshwater fishes. Env. Biol. Fish. 7:47-55.
  17. Nakatsuru, K. and D.L. Kramer. 1982. Is sperm cheap? Limited male fertility and female choice in the lemon tetra, (Pisces, Characidae). Science 2l6:753-755.
  18. Giraldeau, L.-A. and D.L. Kramer. 1982. The marginal value theorem: a quantitative test using load size variation in a central place forager, the eastern chipmunk, Tamias striatus. Anim. Behav. 30:1036-1042.
  19. Kramer, D.L. 1983. Aquatic surface respiration in the fishes of Panama: distribution in relation to risk of hypoxia. Env. Biol. Fish. 8:49-54.
  20. Kramer, D.L., D. Manley and R. Bourgeois. 1983. The effect of respiratory mode and oxygen concentration on the risk of aerial predation in fishes. Can. J. Zool. 61:653-665.
  21. Weber, J.-M. and D.L. Kramer. 1983. Effects of hypoxia and surface access on growth, mortality, and behavior of juvenile guppies, Poecilia reticulata. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 40:1583-1588.
  22. Kramer, D.L. 1983. The evolutionary ecology of respiratory mode in fishes: an analysis based on the costs of breathing. Env. Biol. Fish. 9:145-158.
  23. Kramer, D.L. and E.A. Braun. 1983. Short-term effects of food availability on air-breathing frequency in the fish, Corydoras aeneus (Callichthyidae). Can. J. Zool. 61:1964-1967.
  24. Kramer, D.L. 1985. Are colonies supraoptimal groups? Anim. Behav. 33:1031-1032.
  25. Browman, M.W. and D.L. Kramer. 1985. Pangasius sutchi (Pangasiidae), an air-breathing catfish that uses the swimbladder as an accessory respiratory organ. Copeia 1985: 994-998.
  26. Talbot, A.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1986. Effects of food and oxygen availability on habitat selection by guppies in a laboratory environment. Can. J. Zool. 64:88-93.
  27. Ydenberg, R.C., L.-A. Giraldeau and D.L. Kramer. 1986. Interference competition, payoff asymmetries, and the social relationships of central place foragers. Theor. Pop. Biol. 30:26-44.
  28. Bevan, D.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1986. The effect of swimming depth on respiratory behavior of the honey gourami, Colisa chuna (Pisces, Belontiidae). Can. J. Zool. 64:1893-1896.
  29. Smith, R.S. and D.L. Kramer. 1986. The effect of apparent predation risk on the respiratory behavior of the Florida gar (Lepisosteus platyrhincus). Can. J. Zool. 64:2133-2136.
  30. Gillis, D.M., D.L. Kramer and G. Bell. 1986. Taylor's Power Law as a consequence of Fretwell's Ideal Free Distribution. J. Theor. Biol. 123:281-287.
  31. Kramer, D.L. 1987. Dissolved oxygen and fish behaviour. Env. Biol. Fish. 18:81-92.
  32. Bevan, D.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1987a. The respiratory behaviour of an air-breathing catfish, Clarias macrocephalus (Clariidae). Can. J. Zool. 65:348-353.
  33. Wolf, N.G. and D.L. Kramer. 1987. Use of cover and the need to breathe: the effects of hypoxia on vulnerability of dwarf gouramis to predatory snakeheads. Oecologia 73:127-132.
  34. Smith, R.S. and D.L. Kramer. 1987. Effects of a cestode (Schistocephalus sp.) on the response of ninespine sticklebacks (Pungitius pungitius) to aquatic hypoxia. Can. J. Zool. 65:1862-1865.
  35. Poulin, R., N.G. Wolf and D.L. Kramer. 1987. The effect of hypoxia on the vulnerability of guppies (Poecilia reticulata, Poeciliidae) to an aquatic predator (Astronotus ocellatus, Cichlidae). Env. Biol. Fish. 20:285-292.
  36. Gillis D.M. and D.L. Kramer. 1987. Ideal interference distributions: population density and patch use by zebrafish. Anim. Behav. 35:1875-1882.
  37. Kulakkattolickal, A.T. and D.L. Kramer. 1987. The effect of surface access and oxygen concentration on the toxicity of Croton tiglium (Euphorbiaceae) seed extract to Brachydanio rerio (Cyprinidae). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 44:1358-1361.
  38. Bevan, D.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1987b. Lack of a depth effect on the growth of the air-breathing catfish, Clarias macrocephalus. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45:1507-1510.
  39. Kulakkattolickal, A.T. and D.L. Kramer. 1988. The role of air breathing in the resistance of bimodally respiring fish to waterborne toxins. J. Fish Biol. 32:119-127.
  40. Kramer, D.L. 1988. The behavioral ecology of air breathing by aquatic animals. Can. J. Zool. 66:89-94.
  41. Burt, A., D.L. Kramer, K. Nakatsuru and C. Spry. 1988. The tempo of reproduction in Hyphessobrycon pulchripinnis (Characidae), with a discussion on the biology of `multiple spawning' in fishes. Env. Biol. Fish. 22:15-27.
  42. Bevan, D.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1988. A control system for the long-term maintenance of hypoxic water. Aquaculture 71:165-169.
  43. Shannon, P. and D.L. Kramer. 1988. Water depth alters respiratory behaviour of Xenopus laevis. J. Exp. Biol. 137:597-602.
  44. Grant, J.W.A. and D.L. Kramer. 1990. Territory size as a predictor of the upper limit to population density in stream-dwelling salmonids. Can.J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 47:1724-1737.
  45. McLaughlin, R.L. and D.L. Kramer. 1991. The association between amount of red muscle and mobility in fishes: a statistical evaluation. Env. Biol. Fish. 30:369-378.
  46. Cabana, G. and D. L. Kramer. 1991. Random offspring mortality and variation in parental fitness. Evolution 45:228-234.
  47. Kramer, D.L. and D.M. Weary. 1991. Exploration versus exploitation: a field study of time allocation to environmental tracking by foraging chipmunks. Anim. Behav. 41:443-449.
  48. Vickery, W.L., L.-A. Giraldeau, J.J. Templeton, D.L. Kramer and C.A. Chapman. 1991. Producers, scroungers and group foraging. Am. Nat.137:847-863.
  49. Chapman, L.J., D.L. Kramer and C.A. Chapman. 1991. Population dynamics of the fish Poecilia gillii (Poeciliidae) in pools of an intermittent tropical stream. Anim. Ecol. 60:441-453.
  50. Chapman, L.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1991. The consequences of flooding for the dispersal and fate of poeciliid fish in an intermittent tropical stream. Oecologia. 87:229-306.
  51. Chapman, L.J., and D.L. Kramer. 1991 . Limnological observations of an intermittent tropical dry forest stream. Hydrobiologia. 226:153-166.
  52. Pajor, E.A., D. Fraser and D.L. Kramer. 1991. Consumption of solid food by suckling pigs: individual variation and relation to weight gain. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 32:139-155.
  53. Grant, J.W.A. and D.L. Kramer. 1992. Temporal clumping of food arrival reduces its monopolization and defence by zebrafish (Brachydanio rerio). Anim. Behav. 44:101-110.
  54. McLaughlin, R.L., J.W.A. Grant and D.L. Kramer. 1992. Individual variation and alternative patterns of foraging movements in recently-emerged brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis). Behaviour. 120:286-301.
  55. Clarke, M.F., K. Burke da Silva, H. Lair, R. Pocklington, D.L. Kramer and R.L. McLaughlin. 1993. Site familiarity affects escape behaviour of the eastern chipmunk, Tamias striatus. Oikos 66:533-537.
  56. McLaughlin, R.L., J.W.A. Grant and D.L. Kramer. 1994. Foraging movements in relation to morphology, water-column use, and diet for recently emerged brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in still-water pools. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51:268-279.
  57. Giraldeau, L.-A., D.L. Kramer, I. Deslandes and H. Lair. 1994. The effect of competitors and distance on central place foraging eastern chipmunks, Tamias striatus. Anim. Behav. 47:621-632.
  58. Clarke, M.F. and D.L. Kramer. 1994. Scatter-hoarding by a larder-hoarding rodent: intraspecific variation in the hoarding behaviour of the eastern chipmunk, Tamias striatus. Anim. Behav. 48:299-308.
  59. Lair, H., Kramer, D.L. and L.-A. Giraldeau. 1994. Interference competition in central place foragers: the effect of imposed waiting on patch use decisions of eastern chipmunks. Behav. Ecol. 5:237-244.
  60. Clarke, M.F. and D.L. Kramer. 1994. The placement, recovery and loss of scatter hoards by eastern chipmunks Tamias striatus. Behav. Ecol. 5:353-361.
  61. Burke da Silva, K., D.L. Kramer and D.M. Weary. 1994. Context specific alarm calls of the eastern chipmunk, Tamias striatus. Can. J. Zool. 72:1087-1092.
  62. Weary, D.M. and D.L. Kramer. 1995. Response of eastern chipmunks to conspecific alarm calls. Anim. Behav. 49:81-93.
  63. Kramer, D.L. and M.J. Bryant. 1995a. Intestine length in the fishes of a tropical stream: 1. Ontogenetic allometry. Env. Biol. Fish. 42:115-127.
  64. Kramer, D.L. and M.J. Bryant. 1995b. Intestine length in the fishes of a tropical stream: 2. Relationships to diet: the long and short of a convoluted issue. Env. Biol. Fish. 42:129-141.
  65. Swain, D.P. and D.L. Kramer. 1995. Annual variation in temperature selection by Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence and its relation to population size. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 116:11-23.
  66. Fraser, D., D.L. Kramer, E.A. Pajor and D.M. Weary. 1995. Conflict and cooperation: Sociobiological principles and the behaviour of pigs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 44:139-157.
  67. Rangeley, R.W. and D.L. Kramer. 1995a. Use of rocky intertidal habitats by juvenile pollock Pollachius virens. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 126:9-17.
  68. Rangeley, R.W. and D.L. Kramer. 1995b. Tidal effects on habitat selection and aggregation by juvenile pollock Pollachius virens in the rocky intertidal zone. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 126:19-29.
  69. Rakitin, A., and D.L. Kramer. 1996. The effect of a marine reserve on the distribution of coral reef fishes in Barbados. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 131:97-113.
  70. Ruzzante, D.E., D.C. Hamilton, D.L. Kramer and J.W.A. Grant. 1996. Scaling of the variance and the quantification of resource monopolization. Behav. Ecol. 7: 199-207.
  71. Syarifuddin, S. and D.L. Kramer. 1996. The effect of group size on space use and aggression at a concentrated food source in blue gouramis, Trichogaster trichopterus, (Pisces: Belontiidae). Env. Biol. Fish. 46:289-296.
  72. Chapman, M.R. and D.L. Kramer. 1996. Guarded resources: The effect of intruder number on the tactics and success of defenders and intruders. Anim. Behav. 52: 83-94.
  73. Bonenfant, M. and D.L. Kramer. 1996. The influence of distance to burrow on flight initiation distance in the woodchuck, Marmota monax. Behav. Ecol. 7: 299-303.
  74. Kramer, D.L., R.W. Rangeley & L.J. Chapman. 1997. Habitat selection: patterns of spatial distribution from behavioural decisions. pp. 37-80. In: J.-G.J. Godin, ed. Behavioural ecology of teleost fishes. Oxford University Press.
  75. Kramer, D.L. and M. Bonenfant. 1997. Direction of predator approach and the decision to flee to a refuge. Anim. Behav. 54:289-295.
  76. McAdam A.G. and D.L. Kramer. 1998. Vigilance as a benefit of intermittent locomotion in small mammals. Anim. Behav. 55:109-117.
  77. Rangeley, R.W. and D.L. Kramer. 1998. Density-dependent antipredator tactics and habitat selection in juvenile pollock. Ecology 79:943-952.
  78. Lawson, G.L., D.L. Kramer and W. Hunte. 1999. Size-related habitat use and schooling behavior in two species of surgeonfish (Acanthurus bahianus and A. coeruleus) on a fringing reef in Barbados, West Indies. Env. Biol. Fish. 54:19-33.
  79. Kramer, D.L. and M.R. Chapman. 1999. Implications of fish home range size and relocation for marine reserve function. Env. Biol. Fish. 55:65-79.
  80. Chapman, M.R. and D.L. Kramer. 1999. Gradients of coral reef fish density and size across the Barbados Marine Reserve boundary: effects of reserve protection and habitat characteristics. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 181:81-96.
  81. Pajor, E.A., D.M. Weary, D. Fraser and D.L. Kramer. 1999. Alternative housing for sows and litters: 1. Effects of sow-controlled housing on responses to weaning. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 65:105-121.
  82. Weary, D.M., E.A. Pajor, M. Bonenfant, S.K. Ross, D. Fraser and D.L. Kramer. 1999. Alternative housing for sows and litters: 2. Effects of a communal piglet area on pre- and post-weaning behaviour and performance. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 65:123-135.
  83. Pajor, E.A., D.L. Kramer and D. Fraser. 2000. Regulation of contact with offspring by domestic sows: temporal patterns and individual variation. Ethology 106:37-51. [pdf]
  84. Chapman, M.R. and D.L. Kramer. 2000. Movement of post-settlement fishes within and among fringing coral reefs in Barbados. Env. Biol. Fish 57:11-24. [pdf]
  85. Bell, T. and D.L. Kramer. 2000. Territoriality and habitat use by juvenile blue tangs, Acanthurus coeruleus. Environmental Biology of Fishes 58:401-409. [pdf]
  86. Humphries, M.M., D.W. Thomas and D.L. Kramer. 2001. Torpor and digestion in food-storing hibernators. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74:283-292. [pdf]
  87. Milligan, B.N., D. Fraser, and D.L. Kramer. 2001. The effect of littermate weight on survival, weight gain, and suckling behavior of low-birth-weight piglets in cross-fostered litters. J. Swine Health and Production 9: 161-166.
  88. Kramer, D.L. and R.L. McLaughlin. 2001. The behavioral ecology of intermittent locomotion. Amer. Zool. 41:137-153. [pdf]
  89. Milligan, B.N, D. Fraser and D.L. Kramer. 2001. Birth weight variation in the domestic pig: effects on offspring survival, weight gain and suckling behaviour. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 73:179-191. [pdf]
  90. Kramer, D.L. 2001. Foraging behavior. pp. 232-246 In: Evolutionary Ecology: Concepts and Case Studies. Ed. by C.W. Fox, D.A. Roff and D.J. Fairbairn. Oxford University Press, New York. [pdf-part a] [pdf-part b]
  91. Pajor, E.A., D.M. Weary, C. Caceres, D. Fraser, and D.L. Kramer. 2002. Alternative housing for sows and litters Part 3. Effects of piglet diet quality and sow-controlled housing on performance and behaviour. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 76:267-277. [pdf]
  92. Weary, D.M., E.A. Pajor, M. Bonenfant, D. Fraser, and D.L. Kramer. 2002. Alternative housing for sows and litters Part 4. Effects of sow-controlled housing combined with a communal piglet area on pre- and post-weaning behaviour and performance. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 76:279-290. [pdf]
  93. Pitts, A.D., D.M. Weary, D. Fraser, E.A. Pajor and D.L. Kramer. 2002. Alternative housing for sows and litters Part 5. Individual differences in the maternal behaviour of sows. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 76:291-306. [pdf]
  94. Milligan, B.N., D. Fraser and D.L. Kramer. 2002. Birth weight variation in the domestic pig and its relation to pre-weaning survival, weight gain, and variation in weaning weights. Livestock Production Science 76:181-191. [pdf]
  95. Humphries, M.M., D.W. Thomas, C.L. Hall, J.R. Speakman, and D.L. Kramer. 2002. The energetics of autumn mast hoarding in eastern chipmunks. Oecologia 133:30-37. [pdf]
  96. Humphries, M.M., D.W. Thomas, and D.L. Kramer. 2003. The role of energy availability in mammalian hibernation: a cost-benefit approach. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76:165-179. [pdf]
  97. Humphries, M.M., D.L. Kramer, and D.W. Thomas. 2003. The role of energy availability in mammalian hibernation: an experimental test in free-ranging eastern chipmunks. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76:180-186. [pdf]
  98. Markovits, H., J.F. Benenson, and D.L. Kramer. 2003. Children and adolescents’ internal models of food-sharing behavior include complex evaluations of contextual factors. Child Development 74: 1697-1708. [pdf]
  99. Trouilloud, W, A. Delisle and D.L. Kramer. 2004. Head raising during foraging and pausing during intermittent locomotion as components of antipredator vigilance in chipmunks. Animal Behaviour 67: 789-797. [pdf]
  100. Welp, T., J. Rushen, D.L. Kramer, M. Festa-Bianchet, and A.M.B. de Passillé. 2004. Vigilance as a measure of fear in dairy cattle. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 87: 1-13. [pdf]
  101. Morgan, I.M. and D.L. Kramer. 2004. The social organization of adult blue tangs (Acanthurus coeruleus) on a fringing reef, Barbados, West Indies. Environmental Biology of Fishes 71: 261-273. [pdf]
  102. Morgan, I.M. and D.L. Kramer. 2005. Determinants of social organization in a coral reef fish, the blue tang, Acanthurus coeruleus. Environmental Biology of Fishes 72:443-453. [pdf]
  103. Gilbert, M., J.B. Rasmussen and D.L. Kramer. 2005. Estimating the density and biomass of moray eels (Muraenidae) using a modified visual census method for hole-dwelling reef fauna. Environmental Biology of Fishes 73:415-426. [pdf]
  104. Sikkel, P.C., Hertzlieb, S.E. and D.L. Kramer. 2005. Compensatory cleaner-seeking behavior following spawning in female yellowtail damselfish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 296:1-11. [pdf]
  105. Sikkel, P.C. and D.L. Kramer. 2006. Territory revisitation reduces intrusion during spawning trips by female yellowtail damselfish. Animal Behaviour 71:71-78. [pdf]
  106. Valles, H., D.L. Kramer and W. Hunte. 2006. A standard unit for monitoring recruitment of fishes to coral reef rubble. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 336:171-183. [pdf]
  107. Gibson, K.W., C.L. Hall and D.L. Kramer. 2006. Time-concentrated sampling: a simple strategy for information gain at a novel depleted patch. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84:1513-1521. [pdf]
  108. McDougall, P. and D.L. Kramer. 2007. Short-term behavioural consequences of territory relocation in a damselfish Stegastes diencaeus. Behavioral Ecology 18:53-61. [pdf]
  109. Makowska, I.J. and D.L. Kramer. 2007. Vigilance during food handling by grey squirrels, Sciurus carolinensis. Animal Behaviour 74:153-158. [pdf]
  110. Hall, C.L., M.M. Humphries, and D.L. Kramer. 2007. Resource tracking by eastern chipmunks: the sampling of renewing patches. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:536-548. [pdf]
  111. Ménard, A., K. Turgeon, and D.L. Kramer. 2008. Selection of diurnal refuges by the nocturnal squirrelfish, Holocentrus rufus. Environmental Biology of Fishes 82:59-70. [pdf]
  112. Valles, H., D.L. Kramer, and W. Hunte. 2008. Temporal and spatial patterns in the recruitment of coral-reef fishes in Barbados. Marine Ecology Progress Series 363:257-272. [pdf]
  113. Hall, C.L. and D.L. Kramer. 2008. The economics of tracking a changing environment: competition and social information. Animal Behaviour 76:1609-1619. [pdf]
  114. Leighton, P.A., J.A. Horrocks, B.H. Krueger, J.A. Beggs, and D.L. Kramer. 2008. Predicting species interactions from edge responses: mongoose predation on hawksbill sea turtle nests in fragmented beach habitat. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 275:2465-2472. [pdf]
  115. Vallès, H, W. Hunte, and D.L. Kramer. 2009. Variable temporal relationships between environment and recruitment in coral reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 379:225-240. [pdf]
  116. Gotanda, K., K. Turgeon, and D.L. Kramer. 2009. Body size and reserve protection affect flight initiation distance in parrotfishes. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63:1563-1572. [pdf]
  117. Vallès, H, D.L. Kramer and W. Hunte. 2009. Differential effect of early post-settlement processes on the abundance of two concurrently settling coral reef fishes. (Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 7-11 July 2008, pp. 335-339). [pdf]
  118. Leighton, P.A., J.A. Horrocks and D.L. Kramer. 2009. How depth alters detection and capture of buried prey: exploitation of sea turtle eggs by nest predators. Behavioral Ecology 20:1299-1306. [pdf]
  119. Leighton, P.A., J.A. Horrocks, and D.L. Kramer. 2010. Conservation and the scarecrow effect: can human activity benefit threatened species by displacing predators? Biological Conservation 143:2156-2163. [pdf]
  120. Turgeon, K., A. Robillard, J. Grégoire, V. Duclos, and D.L. Kramer. 2010. Functional connectivity from a reef fish perspective: Behavioral tactics for moving in a fragmented landscape. Ecology 91:3332-3342. [pdf]
  121. Leighton, P.A., J.A. Horrocks, and D.L. Kramer.  2010. Predicting nest survival in sea turtles: when and where are eggs most vulnerable to predation? Animal Conservation [Published online Nov. 2010 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-1795.2010.00422.x)]. [pdf]
  122. Miller, B.M., L.H. McDonnell, D.J. Sanders, K.L.M. Lewtas, K. Turgeon and D.L. Kramer. 2011. Locomotor compensation in the sea: Body size affects escape gait in parrotfish. Animal Behaviour 82:1109-1116. [pdf]
  123. LaZerte, S.E. and D.L. Kramer. 2011. Using thermosensitive radiotelemetry to document rest and activity in a semi-fossorial rodent. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:481-488. [pdf]

Updated: 30 January 2012