Cody Dey
Cody Dey
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
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TitleCited byYear
The effects of life history and sexual selection on male and female plumage colouration
J Dale, CJ Dey, K Delhey, B Kempenaers, M Valcu
Nature 527 (7578), 367, 2015
1232015
Behavioral and physiological responses of a wild teleost fish to cortisol and androgen manipulation during parental care
CJ Dey, CM O'Connor, KM Gilmour, G Van Der Kraak, SJ Cooke
Hormones and Behavior 58 (4), 599-605, 2010
632010
Network structure is related to social conflict in a cooperatively breeding fish
CJ Dey, AR Reddon, CM O'Connor, S Balshine
Animal Behaviour 85 (2), 395-402, 2013
512013
Manipulating the appearance of a badge of status causes changes in true badge expression
CJ Dey, J Dale, JS Quinn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1775), 20132680, 2014
302014
Individual attributes and self-organizational processes affect dominance network structure in pukeko
CJ Dey, JS Quinn
Behavioral Ecology 25 (6), 1402-1408, 2014
242014
Effectiveness of baseline corticosterone as a monitoring tool for fitness: a meta-analysis in seabirds
GH Sorenson, CJ Dey, CL Madliger, OP Love
Oecologia 183 (2), 353-365, 2017
182017
The influence of supplemental feeding on survival, dispersal and competition in translocated Brown Teal, or Pateke (Anas chlorotis)
J Rickett, CJ Dey, J Stothart, CM O'Connor, JS Quinn, W Ji
Emu-Austral Ornithology 113 (1), 62-68, 2013
152013
Reproductive skew and female trait elaboration in a cooperatively breeding rail
CJ Dey, IG Jamieson, JS Quinn
Ibis 154 (3), 452-460, 2012
142012
Roles of cortisol and carbonic anhydrase in acid–base compensation in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss
KM Gilmour, CL Collier, CJ Dey, SF Perry
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 181 (4), 501-515, 2011
132011
Direct benefits and evolutionary transitions to complex societies
CJ Dey, CM O’Connor, H Wilkinson, S Shultz, S Balshine, JL Fitzpatrick
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (5), 0137, 2017
112017
Increasing nest predation will be insufficient to maintain polar bear body condition in the face of sea ice loss
CJ Dey, E Richardson, D McGeachy, SA Iverson, HG Gilchrist, ...
Global change biology 23 (5), 1821-1831, 2017
102017
Dominance network structure across reproductive contexts in the cooperatively breeding cichlid fish Neolamprologus pulcher
CJ DEY, QYJ TAN, CM O'CONNOR, AR REDDON, JR CALDWELL, ...
Current Zoology, 2015
102015
Hatching order affects offspring growth, survival and adult dominance in the joint‐laying Pukeko Porphyrio melanotus melanotus
CJ Dey, C O'connor, JS Quinn
Ibis 156 (3), 658-667, 2014
102014
Carotenoid‐based bill coloration functions as a social, not sexual, signal in songbirds (Aves: Passeriformes)
CJ Dey, M Valcu, B Kempenaers, J Dale
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (1), 250-258, 2015
92015
Pukeko
C Dey, I Jamieson, CM Miskelly
New Zealand Birds Online. www. nzbirdsonline. org. nz, 2013
92013
Tolerance of female co-breeders in joint-laying pukeko: the role of egg recognition and peace incentives
JS Quinn, J Haselmayer, C Dey, IG Jamieson
Animal behaviour 83 (4), 1035-1041, 2012
92012
Forecasting the outcome of multiple effects of climate change on northern common eiders
CJ Dey, CAD Semeniuk, SA Iverson, E Richardson, D McGeachy, ...
Biological conservation 220, 94-103, 2018
42018
Cooperative males reduce incubation in response to cues of female–female competition
CJ Dey, CM O'Connor, S Balshine, JS Quinn
Ibis 156 (2), 446-451, 2014
42014
Higher rates of prebreeding condition gain positively impacts clutch size: A mechanistic test of the condition‐dependent individual optimization model
HL Hennin, CJ Dey, J BÍty, HG Gilchrist, P Legagneux, TD Williams, ...
Functional ecology 32 (8), 2019-2028, 2018
22018
Informing Canada’s commitment to biodiversity conservation: A science-based framework to help guide protected areas designation through Target 1 and beyond
LE Coristine, AL Jacob, R Schuster, SP Otto, NE Baron, NJ Bennett, ...
Facets 3 (1), 531-562, 2018
22018
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