PUBLICATIONS

Journal entries link to Full-Text articles, otherwise the Title links to the ResearchGate entry

Year
Authors
Title
Journal
2019
Potvin, DA.
Mud acts as a noise dampener in Australian passerine nests
Emu-Austral Ornithology, 119(1)
2019
Potvin DA, Strickland K, MacDougall-Shackleton EA, Slade JWG, Frère CH
Applying network analysis to birdsong research
Animal Behaviour
2019
Hall CA, Potvin DA
Sex determination in-ovo as a population management tool for the Southern Cassowary and Coastal Emu
Northern Territory Naturalist
2018
Potvin, DA, CP Ratnayake, AN Radford & RD Magrath.
Birds learn socially to recognize heterospecific alarm calls by acoustic association.
Current Biology
2018
Potvin, DA, E Burdfield-Steel, JM Potvin & SM Heap.
Diversity begets diversity: a global perspective on gender equality in scientific society leadership.
PLoS One 13: e0197280
2018
Dawson Pell, F.S.E., DA Potvin, CP Ratnayake, E Fernandez-Juricic, RD Magrath & AN Radford.
Birds orient their heads appropriately in response to functionally referential alarm calls of heterospecifics.
Animal Behaviour 140: 109-118
2018
Potvin DA
A new, data-based checklist to help boost women in science leadership
The Conversation 31
2017
Melville, J, ML Haines, K Boysen, L Hodkinson, A Kilian, KL Smith Date, DA Potvin & KM Parris.
Identifying hybridization and admixture using SNPs: Application of the DArTseq platform in phylogeographic research on vertebrates.
Royal Society Open Science 4:161061
2017
Potvin, DA, D Pavón-Jordán, & A Lehikoinen.
To filter or not to filter: assessing the exclusion of hunting and persecution data in ringing recovery studies.
Ornis Fennica 94: 12-140
2017
Griffith, SC, et al.
Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities.
Ethology 123: 1-29
2017
Potvin, DA.
Coping with a changing soundscape: avoidance, adjustments and adaptations.
Animal Cognition 20: 9-18
2017
Potvin, DA, KM Parris, KL Smith Date, CC Keely, RD Bray, J Hale, S Hunjan, JJ Austin, J Melville.
Genetic erosion and escalating extinction risk in frogs with increasing wildfire frequency.
Journal of Applied Ecology 54: 945-954
2017
Melvill J, Potvin DA
The future of frogs in the face of fire
Australasian Science 38: 38-40
2016
Potvin, DA., M Curcio, JP Swaddle & SA MacDougall-Shackleton
Experimental exposure to urban and pink noise affects brain development and song learning in zebra finches (Taenopygia guttata)
PeerJ. e:2287
2016
Potvin, DA, K Välimäki & A Lehikoinen.
Differences in shifts of wintering and breeding ranges lead to changing migration distances in European birds.
Journal of Avian Biology 47: 619-628
2015
Potvin, DA & SM Clegg.
The relative roles of cultural drift and acoustic adaptation in shaping syllable repertoires of island bird populations change with time since colonization.
Evolution 69: 368-380
2015
Potvin, DA & SA MacDougall-Shackleton.
Traffic noise affects embryo mortality and nestling growth rates in captive zebra finches.
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology 323: 722-730.
2015
Potvin, DA.
See, hear, speak... Using multi-modal examination techniques in biology.
Teaching Innovation Projects 5(1): 3
2015
Potvin, DA, P Crawford, SA MacDougall-Shackleton & EA MacDougall-Shackleton.
Song repertoire size, not territory location, predicts reproductive success and territory tenure in a migratory songbird.
Canadian Journal of Zoology 93: 627-633
2015
Potvin, DA & SA MacDougall-Shackleton.
Experimental chronic noise exposure affects adult song in zebra finches.
Animal Behaviour 107: 201-207.
2014
Potvin, DA, RA Mulder & KM Parris.
Silvereyes decrease acoustic frequency but increase efficacy of alarm calls in urban noise.
Animal Behaviour 98: 27-33
2013
Potvin, DA.
Larger body size on islands affects silvereye (Zosterops lateralis) song and call frequency
Journal of Avian Biology 44: 221-225
2013
Potvin, DA & RA Mulder.
Immediate, independent adjustment of call pitch and amplitude in response to varying background noise by silvereyes.
Behavioural Ecology 24: 1363-1368
2013
Potvin, DA., Mulder, R., Parris, K.
Acoustic, morphological, and genetic adaptations to urban habitats in the silvereye (Zosterops lateralis).
Avian Urban Ecology. Oxford University Press
2013
McCarthy, AH, DA Potvin, T Aslam, R Bartlett, S Beebe, J Bennett, DJ Hitchcock & M Tee.
Differences between the songs of urban and rural Australian magpies (Cracitus tibicen) and potential consequences for territorial interactions.
Notornis 60: 143-150
2013
Potvin, DA, RA Mulder & KM Parris.
Limited genetic differentiation between acoustically divergent populations of urban and rural silvereyes (Zosterops lateralis).
Evolutionary Ecology 27: 381-391
2013
Potvin, DA., Mulder, R., Parris, K.
Acoustic and genetic adaptations in the silvereye (Zosterops lateralis).
Avian Urban Ecology, Oxford University Press
2012
Guay, PJ, DA Potvin & RW Robinson.
Plumage aberrations in Australian birds: A comment on Guay et al. (2012) and Frith & Murphy (2012) – A reply.
Australian Field Ornithology 29: 215-216
2012
Guay, PJ, DA Potvin & RW Robinson.
Aberrations in Plumage Coloration in Birds. (Invited review article)
Australian Field Ornithology 29: 23-30.
2012
Potvin, DA & KM Parris.
Song convergence in multiple urban populations of silvereyes (Zosterops lateralis).
Ecology and Evolution 2: 1977-1984
2012
Potvin, DA
The effects of urban noise, dispersal and isolation on vocalizations of the silvereye (Zosterops lateralis)
PhD Thesis: University of Melbourne
2011
Potvin, DA, KM Parris & RA Mulder.
Geographically pervasive effects of urban noise on frequency and syllable rate of songs and calls in silvereyes (Zosterops lateralis).
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278: 2464-2469
2010
Guay, PJ & DA Potvin.
A schizochroistic Australian Wood Duck Chenonetta jubata.
Canberra Bird Notes 35:153-157
2010
Potvin, DA & EA MacDougall-Shackleton.
Paternal song complexity predicts offspring sex ratios close to fledging, but not hatching, in Song Sparrows.
Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122: 146-152
2009
MacDougall-Shackleton, EA, KA Stewart, DA Potvin & E Tennenhouse.
The rich get richer: song complexity predicts local song structure and song output in song sparrows Melospiza melodia.
Animal Behaviour 78: 141-146
2009
MacDougall-Shackleton, SA, LA Dindia, A Newman, DA Potvin, KA Stewart & EA MacDougall-Shackleton.
Stress, song and survival in sparrows.
Biology Letters. 5: 746-748
2009
Potvin, DA & EA MacDougall-Shackleton.
Parental investment amplifies effects of genetic complementarity on growth rates in song sparrows, Melospiza melodia
Animal Behaviour. 78: 943-948