Jennifer N. Phillips
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Singing in a silent spring: Birds respond to a half-century soundscape reversion during the COVID-19 shutdown
EP Derryberry, JN Phillips, GE Derryberry, MJ Blum, D Luther
Science 370 (6516), 575-579, 2020
Sensory pollutants alter bird phenology and fitness across a continent
M Senzaki, JR Barber, JN Phillips, NH Carter, CB Cooper, MA Ditmer, ...
Nature 587 (7835), 605-609, 2020
Not so sexy in the city: urban birds adjust songs to noise but compromise vocal performance
DA Luther, J Phillips, EP Derryberry
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 332-340, 2016
Patterns of song across natural and anthropogenic soundscapes suggest that white-crowned sparrows minimize acoustic masking and maximize signal content
EP Derryberry, RM Danner, JE Danner, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, ...
PLoS One 11 (4), e0154456, 2016
The effects of landscape urbanization on the gut microbiome: an exploration into the gut of urban and rural white-crowned sparrows
JN Phillips, M Berlow, EP Derryberry
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 148, 2018
Urban sparrows respond to a sexually selected trait with increased aggression in noise
JN Phillips, EP Derryberry
Scientific reports 8 (1), 7505, 2018
Acoustic adaptation to city noise through vocal learning by a songbird
DL Moseley, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, JE Danner, RM Danner, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1888), 20181356, 2018
Effects of urbanization and landscape on gut microbiomes in white-crowned sparrows
M Berlow, JN Phillips, EP Derryberry
Microbial Ecology 81 (1), 253-266, 2021
White‐crowned sparrow males show immediate flexibility in song amplitude but not in song minimum frequency in response to changes in noise levels in the field
EP Derryberry, K Gentry, GE Derryberry, JN Phillips, RM Danner, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (13), 4991-5001, 2017
Passive acoustic monitoring provides a fresh perspective on fundamental ecological questions
SRPJ Ross, DP O'Connell, JL Deichmann, C Desjonquères, A Gasc, ...
Functional Ecology 37 (4), 959-975, 2023
Vocal performance is a salient signal for male–male competition in White-crowned Sparrows
JN Phillips, EP Derryberry
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 134 (3), 564-574, 2017
Equivalent effects of bandwidth and trill rate: support for a performance constraint as a competitive signal
JN Phillips, EP Derryberry
Animal behaviour 132, 209-215, 2017
Increased attenuation and reverberation are associated with lower maximum frequencies and narrow bandwidth of bird songs in cities
JN Phillips, C Rochefort, S Lipshutz, GE Derryberry, D Luther, ...
Journal of Ornithology 161, 593-608, 2020
Artificial light at night and anthropogenic noise alter the foraging activity and structure of vertebrate communities
JS Willems, JN Phillips, CD Francis
Science of The Total Environment 805, 150223, 2022
Surviving in the city: higher apparent survival for urban birds but worse condition on noisy territories
JN Phillips, KE Gentry, DA Luther, EP Derryberry
Ecosphere 9 (9), e02440, 2018
Long-term noise pollution affects seedling recruitment and community composition, with negative effects persisting after removal
JN Phillips, SE Termondt, CD Francis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1948), 20202906, 2021
Night lighting and anthropogenic noise alter the activity and body condition of pinyon mice (Peromyscus truei)
JS Willems, JN Phillips, RA Vosbigian, FX Villablanca, CD Francis
Ecosphere 12 (3), e03388, 2021
Evidence for differing trajectories of songs in urban and rural populations
DL Moseley, JN Phillips, EP Derryberry, DA Luther
Behavioral Ecology 30 (6), 1734-1742, 2019
Background noise disrupts host–parasitoid interactions
JN Phillips, SK Ruef, CM Garvin, MLT Le, CD Francis
Royal Society open science 6 (9), 190867, 2019
Territory quality predicts avian vocal performance across an urban-rural gradient
JN Phillips, WJ Cooper, DA Luther, EP Derryberry
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 587120, 2020
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