Wouter Halfwerk
Wouter Halfwerk
Vrije Universiteit, head of sensory ecology & evolution Amsterdam
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Negative impact of traffic noise on avian reproductive success
W Halfwerk, LJM Holleman, CKM Lessells, H Slabbekoorn
Journal of applied Ecology 48 (1), 210-219, 2011
A behavioural mechanism explaining noise-dependent frequency use in urban birdsong
W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Animal behaviour 78 (6), 1301-1307, 2009
Low-frequency songs lose their potency in noisy urban conditions
W Halfwerk, S Bot, J Buikx, M van der Velde, J Komdeur, C ten Cate, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (35), 14549-14554, 2011
Song divergence by sensory drive in Amazonian birds
JA Tobias, J Aben, RT Brumfield, EP Derryberry, W Halfwerk, ...
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (10), 2820-2839, 2010
Pollution going multimodal: the complex impact of the human-altered sensory environment on animal perception and performance
W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Biology letters 11 (4), 20141051, 2015
Habitat‐dependent song divergence at subspecies level in the grey‐breasted wood‐wren
C Dingle, W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (4), 1079-1089, 2008
Risky ripples allow bats and frogs to eavesdrop on a multisensory sexual display
W Halfwerk, PL Jones, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, RA Page
Science 343 (6169), 413-416, 2014
Asymmetric response patterns to subspecies‐specific song differences in allopatry and parapatry in the gray‐breasted wood‐wren
C Dingle, JW Poelstra, W Halfwerk, DM Brinkhuizen, H Slabbekoorn
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (12), 3537-3548, 2010
Behavioural ecology: noise annoys at community level
H Slabbekoorn, W Halfwerk
Current biology 19 (16), R693-R695, 2009
Male great tit song perch selection in response to noise‐dependent female feedback
W Halfwerk, S Bot, H Slabbekoorn
Functional Ecology 26 (6), 1339-1347, 2012
Vocal responses to noise reveal the presence of the Lombard effect in a frog
W Halfwerk, AM Lea, MA Guerra, RA Page, MJ Ryan
Behavioral Ecology 27 (2), 669-676, 2016
Bats perceptually weight prey cues across sensory systems when hunting in noise
DGE Gomes, RA Page, I Geipel, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, W Halfwerk
Science 353 (6305), 1277-1280, 2016
Birds and Anthropogenic Noise: Singing Higher May Matter: (A Comment on Nemeth and Brumm,“Birds and Anthropogenic Noise: Are Urban Songs Adaptive?”)
H Slabbekoorn, XJ Yang, W Halfwerk
The American Naturalist 180 (1), 142-145, 2012
Multimodal cues improve prey localization under complex environmental conditions
F Rhebergen, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, RA Page, W Halfwerk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1814), 20151403, 2015
Risks of multimodal signaling: bat predators attend to dynamic motion in frog sexual displays
W Halfwerk, MM Dixon, KJ Ottens, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, RA Page, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (17), 3038-3044, 2014
Crossmodal comparisons of signal components allow for relative-distance assessment
W Halfwerk, RA Page, RC Taylor, PS Wilson, MJ Ryan
Current Biology 24 (15), 1751-1755, 2014
The impact of anthropogenic noise on avian communication and fitness
W Halfwerk, H Slabbekoorn
Avian urban ecology: behavioral and physiological adaptations, 84-97, 2013
Adaptive changes in sexual signalling in response to urbanization
W Halfwerk, M Blaas, L Kramer, N Hijner, PA Trillo, XE Bernal, RA Page, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (3), 374-380, 2019
Noise affects nest-box choice of 2 competing songbird species, but not their reproduction
W Halfwerk, C Both, H Slabbekoorn
Behavioral Ecology, arw095, 2016
Why conservation biology can benefit from sensory ecology
DM Dominoni, W Halfwerk, E Baird, RT Buxton, E Fernández-Juricic, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-10, 2020
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