Here you’ll find a list of my publications. I will update these with links and when possible .pdfs. Links to the journal websites may be preferable as they will likely allow one to download the citation into your reference manager of choice (e.g. Endnote). However, journals may require access through a university library. I wish I could afford to publish entirely in open-access journals, but unfortunately the main journals in the field are not open access.
Please feel free to email me if you’d like a .pdf of any of these. Most are also available on my ResearchGate profile.
* Undergraduates or post-grads at time of participation.
Journal Articles In Press/Published:
27. Forbey, J. et al.*, (accepted). Emerging technology to measure habitat quality and behavior of grouse: examples from studies of Greater Sage-grouse. Wildlife Biology.
26. Rios-Chelen et al.* (2017). Do birds vocalize at higher pitch in noise, or is it a matter of measurement? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71: 1-12.
25. Fregmen et al.* (accepted). Necklace-style radio-transmitters are associated with changes in display vocalizations of male Greater Sage-Grouse. Wildlife Biology.
24. Patricelli, G.L., Krakauer, A.H., and Taff, C.C. (2016). Variable signals in a complex World: Shifting views of within-individual variability in sexual display traits. Advances in the Study of Behavior. 48: 319-386. [Online Early]
23. Krakauer, A.H., et al.* (2016). Successfully-mating male sage-grouse show greater laterality in courtship and aggressive interactions. Animal Behaviour. 111: 261-267. * includes 4 co-authors who were undergraduates) [link to journal]
22. Koch, R.B*., Krakauer A.H., and Patricelli, G.L. (2015). Investigating female mate choice for mechanical sounds in the male Greater Sage-grouse. The Auk: Ornithological Advances.132: 349-358. [link to journal]
21. Diaz-Muñoz, S. et al. (2014). Cooperating to compete: altruism, sexual selection, and causes of male reproductive cooperation. Animal Behavior 88: 67-78.[OPEN ACCESS- link to journal]
20. Pellis, S. et al., (2013). Drawn into the vortex: The facing-past encounter and combat in lekking male greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). Behaviour 150: 1567-1599.
19. Benedict, L. and A. H. Krakauer. (2013). Kiwis to pewees: the value of studying bird calls. Ibis 155: 225-228.
18. Nonne, D., et al. (2013). Effects of radio collars on male sage-grouse survival and lekking behavior. Condor 115: 769-776.
17. Blickley, J.L., et al. (2012). The effects of experimental exposure to chronic noise on fecal corticosteroid metabolites in the lekking male greater sage-grouse. PLoS One. [OPEN ACCESS- link to journal]
16. Krakauer, A.H., Webster, M.S., DuVal, E.H., Jones, A.G., and Shuster, S.M. (2011). The opportunity for selection: not mismeasured, just misunderstood. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24: 2064-2071. [link to journal]
15. Blumstein, D.T. et al. (2011). Acoustic monitoring in terrestrial environments: applications, technological considerations, and prospectus. Journal of Applied Ecology. 48: 758-767.(Editor’s Choice Commentary) [Link to journal]
14. Patricelli, G.L., Krakauer, A.H., and McElreath, R. (2011). Assets and tactics in a mating market: economic models of negotiation offer insights into animal courtship dynamics. Current Zoology 57: 225-236. [link to journal]
13. Patricelli, G.L. & A.H. Krakauer. (2010) . Tactical allocation of display effort reduces trade-offs among multiple sexual signals in greater sage-grouse: an experiment with a robotic female. Behavioral Ecology 21:97-106.[ Link to Journal ]
12. Krakauer, A.H., Tyrrell, M*., Lehmann, K*., Losin, N*., Goller, F., and Patricelli, G.L. (2009). Vocal and anatomical evidence for a two-voiced system in the greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). J. Experimental Biology 212: 3719-3727. [Link to Journal].
11. Koenig,W.D., Krakauer, A.H., Monahan, W.B., Haydock, J., Knops, J.M.H., and W. J. Carmen. (2009). Mast-producing trees and the geographical Ecology of Western Scrub Jays. Ecography. 32: 561-570.[link to journal]
10. Krakauer, A.H. and R.T.Kimball. (2009). Interspecific brood parasitism in galliform birds. Ibis 151 373-381. [link to journal]
9. Krakauer, A.H. (2008). Sexual selection and the genetic mating system of Wild Turkeys. Condor 110(1): 1-12. [link to journal]
8. Kuchta, S., Krakauer, A.H., and Sinervo, B. (2008). Why should the Yellow-eyed Salamander have yellow eyes? Batesian mimicry of Pacific newts (genus Taricha) by the salamander Ensatina eschscholtzii xanthoptica. Evolution 62(4): 984-990. [link to journal]
7. Krakauer, A.H. (2005). Kin selection and cooperative courtship in wild turkeys. Nature 434: 69-72. [link to journal]
6. Krakauer, A.H. (2003). California Quail lays egg in Wild Turkey nest. Western Birds 34: 169-170.
5. Adkins-Regan, E. and Krakauer, A.* (2000). Removal of adult males from the rearing environment increases preference for same sex partners in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Animal Behaviour, 60: 47-53.[link to journal]
4. Walcott, C., Evers, D., Froehler, M*, and Krakauer, A.* (1999). Individuality in “Yodel” calls recorded from a banded population of Common Loons (Gavia immer). Bioacoustics, 10: 101-114.
3. Krakauer, A.H.*and Krakauer, T.H. (1999). Foraging of Yellow-headed Caracaras in the fur of a three-toed sloth. Journal of Raptor Research 33: 270.
2. Tauber, C.A. and Krakauer, A.H.* (1997). Larval characterisitcs and generic placement of endemic Hawaiian Hemerobiids (Neuroptera). Pacific Science, 51: 413-423.
1. Krakauer, A.H.* and Tauber, C.A. (1996). Larvae of Micromus, generic characteristics and a description of Micromus subanticus (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 89: 203-211.
4. Krakauer, A.H. (in review). Spandrels. Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychology Science.
3. Krakauer, A.H. (in review). Disruptive Selection. Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychology Science.
2. Krakauer, A.H. and DuVal, E.H. 2011. Kin Selection and Cooperative Courtship in Birds. Pp. 230-247 in (C. Salmon and T. Shackleford, eds). Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Family Psychology. Oxford University Press. [Link to Amazon.com page] [email me for a .pdf]
1. Koenig, W.D., Shen, S-F., Krakauer, A.H., and Haydock, J. 2009. Reproductive skew in avian societies. Pp. 227-264 in (R. Hager, and C.B. Jones, eds) Reproductive Skew in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. [link to Amazon page]. [Email me for a .pdf]
Non-Peer Reviewed Reports / Popular
Krakauer et al*. (2016). Use of camera traps to record activity on sage-grouse leks. Grouse News number 52: 19-23.
Forbey et al*. (2016) Overview of a workshop to expand the use of emerging technology to understand the ecology of grouse in a changing climate. Grouse News number 52. 7-18
Krakauer, A.H. 2015. Brotherly Love: The History and Breeding Behavior of Wild Turkeys in California. The Quail (Mount Diablo Audubon Society) Volume 61 Number 3. [Link]
Krakauer, A.H. 2014. Guest Blog: The Ethogram. [Link]
Krakauer, A.H. 2013. Guest Blog, Golden Gate Audubon Society. [Link]
Krakauer, A.H. 2012. Greater Sage-grouse. The Quail (Mount Diablo Audubon Society) Volume 58 Number 2. [Link]
Krakauer, A.H. (in revision) Genetic mating system suggests early formation of reproductive coalitions in wild turkeys. Behavioral Ecology.
Krakauer, A.H. Burt, J, Willits, N. and Patricelli, G.L. in prep. What determines the accuracy of a terrestrial acoustic location system: building a better microphone array.