Quinn Webber
Quinn Webber
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Colorado Boulder
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An evolutionary framework outlining the integration of individual social and spatial ecology
QMR Webber, E Vander Wal
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), 113-127, 2018
372018
Host behaviour, age and sex correlate with ectoparasite prevalence and intensity in a colonial mammal, the little brown bat
QMR Webber, LP McGuire, SB Smith, CKR Willis
Behaviour 152 (1), 83-105, 2015
282015
Social network characteristics and predicted pathogen transmission in summer colonies of female big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus)
QMR Webber, RM Brigham, AD Park, EH Gillam, TJ O’Shea, CKR Willis
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (5), 701-712, 2016
262016
Trends and perspectives on the use of animal social network analysis in behavioural ecology: a bibliometric approach
QMR Webber, E Vander Wal
Animal Behaviour 149, 77-87, 2019
232019
Molecular Detection of Candidatus Bartonella mayotimonensis in North American Bats
TM Lilley, CA Wilson, RF Bernard, EV Willcox, EJ Vesterinen, ...
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 17 (4), 243-246, 2017
212017
Personality predicts ectoparasite abundance in an asocial sciurid
SJ Bohn, QMR Webber, KRN Florko, KR Paslawski, AM Peterson, ...
Ethology 123 (10), 761-771, 2017
152017
Conducting social network analysis with animal telemetry data: applications and methods using spatsoc
AL Robitalle, QMR Webber, E Vander Wal
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2019
122019
Space use and social association in a gregarious ungulate: Testing the conspecific attraction and resource dispersion hypotheses
M Peignier, QMR Webber, EL Koen, MP Laforge, AL Robitaille, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (9), 5133-5145, 2019
112019
Spatial variation of mercury bioaccumulation in bats of Canada linked to atmospheric mercury deposition
J Chételat, MBC Hickey, AJ Poulain, A Dastoor, A Ryjkov, D McAlpine, ...
Science of The Total Environment 626, 668-677, 2018
112018
An experimental test of effects of ambient temperature and roost quality on aggregation by little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus)
QMR Webber, CKR Willis
Journal of thermal biology 74, 174-180, 2018
112018
Host demographic predicts ectoparasite dynamics for a colonial host during pre-hibernation mating
QMR Webber, ZJ Czenze, CKR Willis
Parasitology 142 (10), 1260-1269, 2015
112015
Viral richness is positively related to group size, but not mating system, in bats
QMR Webber, QE Fletcher, CKR Willis
EcoHealth 14 (4), 652-661, 2017
102017
Metabolic rate, latitude and thermal stability of roosts, but not phylogeny, affect rewarming rates of bats
AK Menzies, QMR Webber, DE Baloun, LP McGuire, KA Muise, D Coté, ...
Physiology & Behavior 164, 361-368, 2016
82016
The ecology of individual differences empirically applied to space-use and movement tactics
QMR Webber, MP Laforge, M Bonar, AL Robitaille, C Hart, ...
The American Naturalist, 2020
62020
Consistent individual differences and population plasticity in network-derived sociality: An experimental manipulation of density in a gregarious ungulate
PP O’Brien, QMR Webber, E Vander Wal
PloS one 13 (3), e0193425, 2018
62018
Sociality, parasites, and pathogens in bats
QMR Webber, CKR Willis
Sociality in Bats, 105-139, 2016
52016
Density dependence and eco-evolutionary dynamics of animal social networks: a comment on Shizuka and Johnson
E Vander Wal, QMR Webber
Behavioral Ecology 31 (1), 16-18, 2020
42020
Correlations between personality traits and roosting behaviours suggest a behavioural syndrome in little brown bats
QMR Webber, CKR Willis
Behaviour 1 (aop), 1-41, 2020
42020
Is less more? A commentary on the practice of ‘metric hacking’in animal social network analysis
QMR Webber, DC Schneider, E Vander Wal
Animal Behaviour 168, 109-120, 2020
22020
Heterogeneity in social network connections is density-dependent: implications for disease dynamics in a gregarious ungulate
QMR Webber, E Vander Wal
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74 (6), 1-13, 2020
12020
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