Douglas Chivers
Douglas Chivers
Professor of Biology, University of Saskatchewan
Verified email at usask.ca
TitleCited byYear
Chemical alarm signalling in aquatic predator-prey systems: a review and prospectus
DP Chivers, RJF Smith
Ecoscience 5 (3), 338-352, 1998
10591998
Amphibian metamorphosis: growth rate, predation risk, and the optimal size at transformation
EE Werner
The American Naturalist 128 (3), 319-341, 1986
8321986
Chemical ecology of predator–prey interactions in aquatic ecosystems: a review and prospectus
MCO Ferrari, BD Wisenden, DP Chivers
Canadian Journal of Zoology 88 (7), 698-724, 2010
6322010
Replenishment of fish populations is threatened by ocean acidification
PL Munday, DL Dixson, MI McCormick, M Meekan, MCO Ferrari, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (29), 12930-12934, 2010
4062010
Damselfly larvae learn to recognize predators from chemical cues in the predator's diet
DP Chivers, BD Wisenden, RJF Smith
Animal Behaviour 52 (2), 315-320, 1996
2741996
Ambient UV-B radiation causes deformities in amphibian embryos
AR Blaustein, JM Kiesecker, DP Chivers, RG Anthony
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (25), 13735-13737, 1997
2671997
Fathead minnows, Pimephales promelas, acquire predator recognition when alarm substance is associated with the sight of unfamiliar fish
DP Chivers, RJF Smith
Animal Behaviour 48 (3), 597-605, 1994
2451994
The paradox of risk allocation: a review and prospectus
MCO Ferrari, A Sih, DP Chivers
Animal Behaviour 78 (3), 579-585, 2009
2372009
The use of chemical cues in predator recognition by western toad tadpoles
JM Kiesecker, DP Chivers, AR Blaustein
Animal Behaviour 52 (6), 1237-1245, 1996
2371996
Cultural transmission of predator recognition in fishes: intraspecific and interspecific learning
A Mathis, DP Chivers, RJF Smith
Animal Behaviour 51 (1), 185-201, 1996
2241996
Predator-recognition training enhances survival of brook trout: evidence from laboratory and field-enclosure studies
RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Canadian Journal of Zoology 78 (12), 2198-2208, 2000
2192000
Effects of ultraviolet radiation on amphibians: field experiments
AR Blaustein, JM Kiesecker, DP Chivers, DG Hokit, A Marco, LK Belden, ...
American Zoologist 38 (6), 799-812, 1998
2191998
Familiarity and shoal cohesion in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas): implications for antipredator behaviour
DP Chivers, GE Brown, RJF Smith
Canadian Journal of Zoology 73 (5), 955-960, 1995
2191995
The role of learning in the development of threat-sensitive predator avoidance by fathead minnows
MCO Ferrari, JJ Trowell, GE Brown, DP Chivers
Animal Behaviour 70 (4), 777-784, 2005
2092005
The evolution of chemical alarm signals: attracting predators benefits alarm signal senders
DP Chivers, GE Brown, RJF Smith
The American Naturalist 148 (4), 649-659, 1996
1971996
The role of experience and chemical alarm signalling in predator recognition by fathead minnows, Pimephales promelas
DP Chivers, RJF Smith
Journal of Fish Biology 44 (2), 273-285, 1994
1961994
Generalization of learned predator recognition: an experimental test and framework for future studies
MCO Ferrari, A Gonzalo, F Messier, DP Chivers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1620), 1853-1859, 2007
1892007
Threat-sensitive predator avoidance by slimy sculpins: understanding the importance of visual versus chemical information
DP Chivers, RS Mirza, PJ Bryer, JM Kiesecker
Canadian Journal of Zoology 79 (5), 867-873, 2001
1882001
Intrageneric variation in antipredator responses of coral reef fishes affected by ocean acidification: implications for climate change projections on marine communities
MCO Ferrari, DL Dixson, PL Munday, MI McCormick, MG Meekan, A Sih, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (9), 2980-2986, 2011
1742011
Putting prey and predator into the CO2 equation – qualitative and quantitative effects of ocean acidification on predator–prey interactions
MCO Ferrari, MI McCormick, PL Munday, MG Meekan, DL Dixson, ...
Ecology letters 14 (11), 1143-1148, 2011
1732011
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