Department of Collective Behavior Publications

Publications of Cornelia Wingfield Twining

Journal Article (21)

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Linek, N.; Volkmer, T.; Shipley, J. R.; Twining, C. W.; Zuniga, D.; Wikelski, M.; Partecke, J.: A songbird adjusts its heart rate and body temperature in response to season and fluctuating daily conditions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 376 (1830), 20200213 (2021)
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Mathieu-Resuge, M.; Martin-Creuzburg, D.; Twining, C. W.; Parmar, T. P.; Hager, H. H.; Kainz, M. J.: Taxonomic composition and lake bathymetry influence fatty acid export via emergent insects. Freshwater Biology (2021)
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Mathieu-Resuge, M.; Pilecky, M.; Twining, C. W.; Martin-Creuzburg, D.; Parmar, T. P.; Vitecek, S.; Kainz, M. J.: Dietary availability determines metabolic conversion of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in spiders: a dual compound-specific stable isotope approach. Oikos (2021)
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Twining, C. W.; Bernhardt, J. R.; Derry, A. M.; Hudson, C. M.; Ishikawa, A.; Kabeya, N.; Kainz, M. J.; Kitano, J.; Kowarik, C.; Ladd, S. N. et al.; Leal, M. C.; Scharnweber, K.; Shipley, J. R.; Matthews, B.: The evolutionary ecology of fatty-acid variation: Implications for consumer adaptation and diversification. Ecology Letters 24 (8), pp. 1709 - 1731 (2021)
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Twining, C. W.; Parmar, T. P.; Mathieu-Resuge, M.; Kainz, M. J.; Shipley, J. R.; Martin-Creuzburg, D.: Use of fatty acids from aquatic prey varies with foraging strategy. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 735350 (2021)
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Twining, C. W.; Razavi, N. R.; Brenna, J. T.; Dzielski, S. A.; Gonzalez, S. T.; Lawrence, P.; Cleckner, L. B.; Flecker, A. S.: Emergent freshwater insects serve as subsidies of methylmercury and beneficial fatty acids for riparian predators across an agricultural gradient. Environmental Science & Technology 55 (9), pp. 5868 - 5877 (2021)
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Dzielski, S. A.; Razavi, N. R.; Twining, C. W.; Cleckner, L. B.; Rohwer, V. G.: Reconstructing avian mercury concentrations through time using museum specimens from New York State. Ecotoxicology 29 (10), pp. 1802 - 1814 (2020)
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Shipley, J. R.; Twining, C. W.: Seasonal dietary niche contraction in coexisting Neotropical frugivorous bats (Stenodermatinae). Biotropica 52, pp. 749 - 757 (2020)
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Shipley, J. R.; Twining, C. W.; Taff, C. C.; Vitousek, M. N.; Flack, A.; Winkler, D. W.: Birds advancing lay dates with warming springs face greater risk of chick mortality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117 (41), pp. 25590 - 25594 (2020)
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Twining, C. W.; Taipale, S. J.; Ruess, L.; Bec, A.; Martin-Creuzburg, D.; Kainz, M. J.: Stable isotopes of fatty acids: current and future perspectives for advancing trophic ecology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 375, 20190641 (2020)
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Flecker, A. S.; Twining, C. W.; Schmitz, O. J.; Cooke, S. J.; Hammerschlag, N.: Aquatic predators influence micronutrients: important but understudied. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 34 (10), pp. 882 - 883 (2019)
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Twining, C. W.; Brenna, J. T.; Lawrence, P.; Winkler, D. W.; Flecker, A. S.; Hairston Jr., N. G.: Aquatic and terrestrial resources are not nutritionally reciprocal for consumers. Functional Ecology 33 (10), pp. 2042 - 2052 (2019)
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Twining, C. W.; Lawrence, P.; Winkler, D. W.; Flecker, A. S.; Brenna, J. T.: Conversion efficiency of α-linolenic acid to omega-3 highly unsaturated fatty acids in aerial insectivore chicks. The Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (3), jeb165373 (2018)
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Twining, C. W.; Shipley, J. R.; Winkler, D. W.: Aquatic insects rich in omega-3 fatty acids drive breeding success in a widespread bird. Ecology Letters 21 (12), pp. 1812 - 1820 (2018)
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Twining, C. W.; Josephson, D. C.; Kraft, C. E.; Brenna, J. T.; Lawrence, P.; Flecker, A. S.: Limited seasonal variation in food quality and foodweb structure in an Adirondack stream: Insights from fatty acids. Freshwater Science 36 (4), pp. 877 - 892 (2017)
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Twining, C. W.; Palkovacs, E. P.; Friedman, M. A.; Hasselman, D. J.; Post, D. M.: Nutrient loading by anadromous fishes: Species-specific contributions and the effects of diversity. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74 (4), pp. 609 - 619 (2017)
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Twining, C. W.; Brenna, J. T.; Jr., N. G. H.; Flecker, A. S.: Highly unsaturated fatty acids in nature: What we know and what we need to learn. Oikos 125 (6), pp. 749 - 760 (2016)
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Twining, C. W.; Brenna, J. T.; Lawrence, P.; Shipley, J. R.; Tollefson, T. N.; Winkler, D. W.: Omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids support aerial insectivore performance more than food quantity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (39), pp. 10920 - 10925 (2016)
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Wang, D. H.; Jackson, J. R.; Twining, C. W.; Rudstam, L. G.; Zollweg-Horan, E.; Kraft, C.; Lawrence, P.; Kothapalli, K.; Wang, Z.; Brenna, J. T.: Saturated branched chain, normal odd-carbon-numbered, and n-3 (Omega-3) polyunsaturated fatty acids in freshwater fish in the Northeastern United States. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 64 (40), pp. 7512 - 7519 (2016)
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Twining, C. W.; Post, D. M.: Cladoceran remains reveal presence of a keystone size-selective planktivore. Journal of Paleolimnology 49 (2), pp. 253 - 266 (2013)
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Twining, C. W.; West, D. C.; Post, D. M.: Historical changes in nutrient inputs from humans and anadromous fishes in New England's coastal watersheds. Limnology and Oceanography 58 (4), pp. 1286 - 1300 (2013)
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