Publications (*lab members)
- Weeks, B.C., S. Naeem, J.R. Lasky, and J.A. Tobias. Diversity reduces extinction risk at global scales. Preprint available here.
- Zimova, M.*, D.E. Willard, B.M. Winger, and B.C. Weeks. Widespread shifts in bird migration phenology are decoupled from parallel shifts in morphology.
- Weeks, B.C. Operational taxonomic units are unreliable reflections of biodiversity.
- Allgeier, J.E., B.C. Weeks, K.S. Munsterman, N. Wale, S.J. Wenger, V. Parravicini, N.M.D. Schiettekatte, S. Villéger, and D.E. Burkepile. Phylogenetic conservatism drives nutrient dynamics of coral reef fishes.
- Tobias, J.A....B.C. Weeks...et al. AVONET: morphological, ecological and geographical data for all birds.
- Anujan, K., S.A. Heilpern, C.M. Prager, B.C. Weeks, S. Naeem. 2021. Trophic complexity alters the diversity-multifunctionality relationship in experimental grassland mesocosms. Ecology and Evolution. 00:1-9.
- Cowles, S.A., B.C. Weeks, L. Perrin, N. Chen, and J.A.C. Uy. In press. Estimates of adult census size and effective population size support the continued protection of two Solomon Island endemics. Emu-Austral Ornithology.
- Weeks, B.C., S. Naeem, B.M. Winger, and J. Cracraft. 2020. The relationship between morphology and behavior in mixed-species flocks of island birds. Ecology and Evolution. 10(19): 10593-10606.
- Oliver, R.Y., P.J. Mahoney, E. Gurarie, N. Krikun, B.C. Weeks, M. Hebblewhite, G. Liston, and N. Boelman. 2020. Dynamic responses to the local environment are a mechanism for shifting migratory phenology. Environmental Research Letters. 15(4): 045003.
- Pigot, A.L., C. Sheard, E.T. Miller, T.P. Bregman, B.G. Freeman, U. Roll, N. Seddon, D. Swindlehurst, B.C. Weeks, and J.A. Tobias. 2020. Macroevolutionary convergence connects morphological form to ecological function in birds. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 4: 230-239.
- Weeks, B.C., D. Willard, M. Zimova*, M. Hennen, M. Witynski, A. Ellis, S. Florida, and B.M. Winger. 2020. Shared morphological consequences of global warming in North American migratory birds. Ecology Letters. 23(2): 316-325.
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- Winger, B.M., B.C. Weeks, A. Jones, and D. Willard. 2019. Light and flight calls interact to determine building collision frequency in migratory birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286(1900): 20190364.
- Winger, B.M., G. Auteri, T.M. Pegan, and B.C. Weeks. 2019. A long winter for the red queen: rethinking the evolution of seasonal migration. Biological Reviews.
- Received the American Ornithological Society Katma Award (for papers that challenge dogma)
- Heilpern, S., B.C. Weeks, and S. Naeem. 2018. Predicting ecosystem vulnerability to biodiversity loss from community composition. Ecology. 99(5): 1099-1107.
- Weeks, B.C., J. Diamond, P. Sweet, C. Smith, G. Scoville, and C.E. Filardi. 2017. New behavioral, ecological, and biogeographic data on the montane avifauna of Kolombangara, Solomon Islands. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 129(4): 676-700.
- Lasky, J., T.H. Keitt, B.C. Weeks, and E.P. Economo. 2017. A hierarchical model of whole assemblage island biogeography. Ecography. 40(8): 982-990.
- Weeks, B.C., N. Gregory, and S. Naeem. 2016. Bird assemblage vulnerability depends on the diversity and biogeographic histories of islands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(36): 10109-10114.
- Naeem, S., C. Prager, B.C. Weeks, A. Varga, D. Flynn, K. Griffin, R. Muscarella, S. Wood, and W. Schuster. 2016. Biodiversity as a multidimensional construct: a review, framework, and case study of herbivory’s impact on plant biodiversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 283: 20153005.
- Weeks, B.C., S. Claramunt, and J. Cracraft. 2016. Integrating systematics and biogeography to disentangle the roles of history and ecology in biotic assembly. Journal of Biogeography. 43(8): 1546-1559.
- Weeks, B.C. and S. Claramunt. 2014. Dispersal has inhibited avian diversification in Australasian archipelagoes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 281: 20141257.
- Weeks, B.C. and C.E. Filardi. 2011. Community is key to REDD success. Nature 474: 450.
- Alexander, C., N. Bynum, L. Johnson, U. King, T. Mustonen, P. Neofotis, N. Oettlé, C. Rosenzweig, C. Sakakibara, M. Vicarelli, J. Waterhouse, and B.C. Weeks. 2011. Linking indigenous and scientific knowledge of climate change. BioScience 61(6): 477-484.
- Weeks, B.C., S.P. Hamburg, and M.A. Vadeboncoeur. 2009. Ice storm effects on the canopy structure of a northern hardwood forest after 8 years. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39(8): 1475-1483.
- Bynum, N., E.J. Sterling, B.C. Weeks, A. Gomez, K. Roosenburg, E. Vintinner, F. Arengo, M. Domroese, and R. Pearson. 2009. Emerging topics in the study of life on earth: systems approaches to biological and cultural diversity. Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal 2(1): 38-55.