Prof. Dror Hawlena

Hawlena, D., K.M. Hughes & O.J. Schmitz (2011). “Trophic trait plasticity in response to changes in resource availability and predation risk”. Functional Ecology25: 1223-1231.

Hawlena D., K. Kress, E.R. Dufresne & O.J Schmitz (2011). “Grasshoppers modify their behaviour to jump faster and further when confronted with chronic predation risk”Functional Ecology 25:279–288.

Hawlena, D. & O.J. Schmitz  (2010). “Physiological stress as a fundamental mechanism linking predation to ecosystem processes” The American Naturalist 176: 537–556.

Schmitz, O. J., D. Hawlena, & G.R. Trussell (2010). “Predator control of ecosystem nutrient dynamics” Ecology Letters 13: 1199–1209.

Watkins-Colwell G. J.,  A. Dornburg, D. Hawlena & J. Moore (2010). “The amphibians and reptiles of the Yale university prehistoric expedition to Nubia” Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 51:179–197.

Hawlena D., & O.J. Schmitz (2010). “Herbivore physiological response to fear of predation alters ecosystem nutrient dynamics”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107: 15503-15507.

Cooper W.E., D. Hawlena & V. Perez-Mellado (2010). “Influence of risk on hiding time by Balearic lizards (Podarcis lilfordi): predator approach speed, directness, persistence and proximity”. Herpetologica 66: 131–141.

Hawlena D., D. Saltz, Z. Abramsky & A. Bouskila (2010). “Anthropogenic habitat modification can generate ecological traps by altering predator prey relationships”. Conservation Biology 24: 803–809.

Hawlena D., Z. Abramsky & A. Bouskila (2010). “Bird predation alters infestation of desert lizards by parasitic mites”. Oikos 119: 731-737.

Cooper W.E., D. Hawlena & V. Perez-Mellado (2010). “Escape and alerting responses by Balearic lizards (Podarcis lilfordi) to movement and turning direction by nearby predators.” Journal of Ethology 28: 67-73.

Hawlena D. (2009). “Colorful tails fade when lizards adopt less risky behaviors“.Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64: 205–213.

Hawlena D., V. Perez-Mellado & W.E. Cooper (2009). “Morphological traits affect escape behaviour of the Balearic lizards (Podarcis lilfordi)”. Amphibia-Reptilia 30: 587-592.

Cooper W.E., D. Hawlena & V. Perez-Mellado (2009). “Islet tameness:  escape behavior and refuge use in populations of the Balearic lizard (Podarcis lilfordi) exposed to differing predation pressure”. Canadian Journal of Zoology 87: 912-919.

Cooper W.E., D. Hawlena & V. Perez-Mellado (2009). “Interactive effect of starting distance and approach speed on escape behavior challenges theory”. Behavioral Ecology 20: 542-546.

Hawlena D. & V. Perez-Mellado (2009). “Change your diet or die: predator induced shifts in insectivorous lizard feeding ecology”. Oecologia 161: 411-419.

Cooper W.E., D. Hawlena & V. Perez-Mellado (2009). “Effects of predation risk factors on escape behavior by Balearic lizards (Podarcis lilfordi) in relation to optimal escape theory”. Amphibia- Reptilia 30: 99-110.

Adout A., D. Hawlena, R. Maman, O. Paz-Tal, Z. Karpas (2007). “Determination of trace elements in pigeon and crow feathers by ICPMS”. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry 267: 109-116.

Cooper W.E., V. Perez-Mellado, D. Hawlena (2007). “Predator number, speed, and approach path affect escape direction and flight initiation distance”. Journal of Herpetology 41:197-204.

Hawlena D., R. Boochnik, Z. Abramsky Z & A. Bouskila (2006). “Blue tail and striped body: why do lizards change their infant costume when growing up?” Behavioral Ecology 17 889-896.

Cooper W.E., V. Perez-Mellado & D. Hawlena (2006). “Magnitude of food reward affects escape behavior and acceptable risk in Balearic lizards, Podarcis lilfordi”. Behavioral Ecology 17:554-559.

Hawlena D. & A. Bouskila (2006). “Land management practices for combating desertification cause species replacement of desert lizards”. Journal of Applied Ecology 43:701-709. (cover picture)

Lopez P., D. Hawlena, V. Polo, L. Amo & J. Martin (2005). “Shy-bold inter-individual variations in antipredatory behaviour of male Iberian rock-lizards”. Animal Behavior 69:1-9.