Dr. Corey Thomas Callaghan




Palacio, F. X., Callaghan, C. T., Cardoso, P., Hudgins, E. J., Jarzyna, M. A., Ottaviani, G., Riva, F., Graco-Roza, C., Shirey, V., Mammola, S.

(2022): A protocol for reproducible functional diversity analyses. Ecography

Liu, G., Kingsford, R. T., Callaghan, C. T., Rowley, J. J. L.

(2022): Anthropogenic habitat modification alters calling phenology of frogs. Global Change Biology

Thompson, M. M., Rowley, J. J. L., Poore, A. G. B., Callaghan, C. T.

(2022): Citizen science reveals meteorological determinants of frog calling at a continental scale. Diversity and Distributions

Spake, R., Barajas-Barbosa, M. P., Blowes, S. A., Bowler, D. E., Callaghan, C. T., Garbowski, M., Jurburg, S. D., Klink, R. v., Korell, L., Ladouceur, E., Rozzi, R., Viana, D. S., Xu, W.-B., Chase, J. M.

(2022): Detecting Thresholds of Ecological Change in the Anthropocene. Annual Review of Environment and Resources

Schilling, H. T., Riley, I. J., Puckeridge, A. C., Milne-Muller, A. and Callaghan, C. T.

(2022): Economic value of regional spearfishing competitions. Fisheries Research

Spake, R., O’Dea, R. E., Nakagawa, S., Doncaster, C. P., Ryo, M., Callaghan, C. T., Bullock, J. M.

(2022): Improving quantitative synthesis to achieve generality in ecology. Nature Ecology & Evolution

Roberts, C. J., Vergés, A., Callaghan, C. T. and Poore, A. G. B.

(2022): Many cameras make light work: opportunistic photographs of rare species in iNaturalist complement structured surveys of reef fish to better understand species richness. Biodiversity and Conservation

Mansur, A. V., McDonald, R. I., Güneralp, B., Kim, H., de Oliveira, J. A. P., Callaghan, C. T., Hamel, P., Kuiper, J. J., Wolff, M., Liebelt, V., Martins, I. S., Elmqvist, T. and Pereira, H. M.

(2022): Nature futures for the urban century: Integrating multiple values into urban management. Environmental Science & Policy

Callaghan, C. T., Bowler, D. E., Blowes, S. A., Chase, J. M., Lyons, M. B. and Pereira, H. M.

(2022): Quantifying effort needed to estimate species diversity from citizen science data. Ecosphere

Bowler, D. E., Callaghan, C. T., Bhandari, N., Henle, K., Benjamin Barth, M., Koppitz, C., Klenke, R., Winter, M., Jansen, F., Bruelheide, H. and Bonn, A.

(2022): Temporal trends in the spatial bias of species occurrence records. Ecography

Segar, J., Callaghan, C. T., Ladouceur, E., Meya, J. N., Pereira, H. M., Perino, A. and Staude, I. R.

(2022): Urban conservation gardening in the decade of restoration. Nature Sustainability

Bolt, M. H., Callaghan, C. T., Poore, A. G. B., Vergés, A., Roberts, C. J.

(2022): Using the background of fish photographs to quantify habitat composition in marine ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series

Justyn, N. M., Callaghan, C. T., Hill, G. E.

(2021): A response to estimating hybridization in the wild using community science data: A path forward. Evolution

Callaghan, C. T., Poore, A. G. B., Hofmann, M., Roberts, C. J., Pereira, H. M.

(2021): Large-bodied birds are over-represented in unstructured citizen science data. Scientific Reports

Ferretto, G., Glasby, T. M., Poore, A. G. B., Callaghan, C. T., Housefield, G. P., Langley, M., Sinclair, E. A., Statton, J., Kendrick, G. A., Vergés, A.

(2021): Naturally-detached fragments of the endangered seagrass Posidonia australis collected by citizen scientists can be used to successfully restore fragmented meadows. Biological Conservation

C. T. Callaghan, D. E. Bowler, H. M. Pereira

(2021): Thermal flexibility and a generalist life history promote urban affinity in butterflies. Global Change Biology
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