Craig K.R. Willis
Craig K.R. Willis
Professor of Biology, University of Winnipeg
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A comparison of bats and rodents as reservoirs of zoonotic viruses: are bats special?
AD Luis, DTS Hayman, TJ O'Shea, PM Cryan, AT Gilbert, JRC Pulliam, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1756), 20122753, 2013
5952013
Inoculation of bats with European Geomyces destructans supports the novel pathogen hypothesis for the origin of white-nose syndrome
L Warnecke, JM Turner, TK Bollinger, JM Lorch, V Misra, PM Cryan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (18), 6999-7003, 2012
4082012
Roost switching, roost sharing and social cohesion: forest-dwelling big brown bats, Eptesicus fuscus, conform to the fission–fusion model
CKR Willis, RM Brigham
Animal Behaviour 68 (3), 495-505, 2004
3292004
Social thermoregulation exerts more influence than microclimate on forest roost preferences by a cavity-dwelling bat
CKR Willis, RM Brigham
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (1), 97-108, 2007
2162007
Deep, prolonged torpor by pregnant, free-ranging bats
CKR Willis, RM Brigham, F Geiser
Naturwissenschaften 93 (2), 80-83, 2006
1622006
Could localized warm areas inside cold caves reduce mortality of hibernating bats affected by white‐nose syndrome?
JG Boyles, CKR Willis
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (2), 92-98, 2010
1582010
Pathophysiology of white-nose syndrome in bats: a mechanistic model linking wing damage to mortality
L Warnecke, JM Turner, TK Bollinger, V Misra, PM Cryan, DS Blehert, ...
Biology Letters 9 (4), 20130177, 2013
1512013
Defining torpor in free-ranging bats: experimental evaluation of external temperature-sensitive radiotransmitters and the concept of active temperature
CKR Willis, RM Brigham
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 173 (5), 379-389, 2003
1442003
Evaporative water loss is a plausible explanation for mortality of bats from white-nose syndrome
CKR Willis, AK Menzies, JG Boyles, MS Wojciechowski
Integrative and comparative biology 51 (3), 364-373, 2011
1352011
The diet of Myotis lucifugus across Canada: assessing foraging quality and diet variability
EL Clare, WOC Symondson, H Broders, F Fabianek, EE Fraser, ...
Molecular Ecology 23 (15), 3618-3632, 2014
1332014
Physiological and Ecological Aspects of Roost Selection by Reproductive Female Hoary Bats (Lasiurus cinereus)
CKR Willis, RM Brigham
Journal of mammalogy 86 (1), 85-94, 2005
1312005
Context‐dependent conservation responses to emerging wildlife diseases
KE Langwig, J Voyles, MQ Wilber, WF Frick, KA Murray, BM Bolker, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (4), 195-202, 2015
1292015
Changes in body condition of hibernating bats support the thrifty female hypothesis and predict consequences for populations with white-nose syndrome
KA Jonasson, CKR Willis
PLoS one 6 (6), e21061, 2011
1292011
Long-distance movements of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus)
KJO Norquay, F Martinez-Nuņez, JE Dubois, KM Monson, CKR Willis
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (2), 506-515, 2013
1072013
The importance of temporal heterothermy in bats
C Stawski, CKR Willis, F Geiser
Journal of Zoology 292 (2), 86-100, 2014
882014
Detection of polyoma and corona viruses in bats of Canada
V Misra, T Dumonceaux, J Dubois, C Willis, S Nadin-Davis, A Severini, ...
Journal of general virology 90 (8), 2015-2022, 2009
882009
Hibernation energetics of free-ranging little brown bats
KA Jonasson, CKR Willis
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (12), 2141-2149, 2012
862012
White-nose syndrome in bats
WF Frick, SJ Puechmaille, CKR Willis
Bats in the Anthropocene: Conservation of bats in a changing world, 245-262, 2016
832016
An energy-based body temperature threshold between torpor and normothermia for small mammals
CKR Willis
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80 (6), 643-651, 2007
802007
Roost Selection by Forest-Living Female Big Brown Bats (Eptesicus fuscus)
CKR Willis, CM Voss, RM Brigham
Journal of Mammalogy 87 (2), 345-350, 2006
792006
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