2019

  • Kubelka V, Šálek M, Tomkovich P, Végvári Z, Freckleton R  P, Székely T. 2019. Response to Comment on “Global pattern of nest predation is disrupted by climate change in shorebirds”, Science 364: 10.1126/science.aaw9893. – full text freely available here
  • Kubelka, V., Sládeček, M. & Šálek, M. J Ornithol 2019.Great variability in nest lining size: support for thermoregulation but not for anti-predatory adaptation hypothesis. Journal of Ornithology pp 1–10. accepted – full text freely available here
  • T. Székely. 2019. Why study plovers? The significance of non-model organisms in
    avian ecology, behaviour and evolution. Journal of Ornithology. accepted – full text freely available here
  • Kingma, S. A & T. Székely. 2019. Social behaviour: males help when mates are rare. Current Biology 29, R358 – R380. accepted
  • Bókony, V., G. Milne, I. Pipoly, T. Székely & A. Liker. 2019. Sex ratios and
    bimaturism differ between temperature-dependent and genetic sex determination
    systems in reptiles. BMC Evolutionary Biology. accepted – full text freely available here
  • Que P, Székely T, Wang P, Lu Q, Lei W, Liu Y, Zhang, Z. 2019 Offspring sex ratio is unrelated to parental quality and time of breeding in a multiple‑breeding shorebird,Journal of Ornithology. accepted

 

2018

  • Kubelka V, Šálek M, Tomkovich P, Végvári Z, Freckleton R  P, Székely T. 2018. Global pattern of nest predation is disrupted by climate change in shorebirds, Science 362: 680-683. full fext freely available here.
  • Eberhart-Phillips LJ, Carmona-Isunza MC, Vincze O, Zefania S, Kosztolányi A, Miller TEX, Barta Z, Cuthill I, Burke T, Küpper C, Székely T*, Hoffman JI*, Krüger O*. 2018. Demographic causes of adult sex ratio variation and their consequences for parental cooperation, Nature Communications, doi:10.1038/s41467-018-03833-5. pdf_icon R Markdown: pdf_icon