Dr. Brian G. Walker
Associate Professor of Biology
o: Bannow Science Center Rm 221
Villanueva, C, BG Walker and M Bertellotti. 2011. A matter of history: effects of tourism on physiology, behaviour and breeding parameters in Magellanic Penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus) at two colonies in Argentina. Journal of Ornithology,153:219-228.
Bouzat, JL, BG Walker and PD Boersma. 2009. Regional genetic structure in the Magellanic penguin (Spheniscus magellanicus) suggests metapopulation dynamics. Auk 126:326-334.
Walker, BG, JC Wingfield and PD Boersma. 2008. Tourism and Magellanic Penguins: An Example of Applying Endocrine Physiology Tools to Address Questions of Conservation Concern. Neotropical Ornithology 19:219-228.
Lynn, SE, JM Egar, BG Walker, M Ramenofsky and TS Sperry. 2007. Fish on Prozac: A simple, non-invasive physiology lab investigating the mechanisms of aggressive behavior in Betta splendens. Advances in Physiology Education 313:358-363.
Walker, BG, PD Boersma, and JC Wingfield. 2006. Habituation of adult Magellanic penguins to human visitation as expressed through behavior and corticosterone secretion. Conservation Biology 20:146-154.
Walker, BG, PD Boersma, and JC Wingfield. 2005. Physiological and behavioral differences in Magellanic penguin chicks in undisturbed and tourist-visited locations of a colony. Conservation Biology 19:1571-1577.
Walker, BG, PD Boersma, and JC Wingfield. 2005. Field Endocrinology and Conservation Biology. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45:12-18.
Walker, BG, JC Wingfield, and PD Boersma. 2005. Age and food deprivation affect expression of the glucocorticosteriod stress response in Magellanic penguin (Spheniscus magellanicus) chicks. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78:78-89.
Lynn, SE, BG Walker, and JC Wingfield. 2005. A phylogenetically controlled test of hypotheses for behavioral insensitivity to testosterone in birds. Hormones and Behavior 47:170-177.
Walker, BG, PD Boersma, and JC Wingfield. 2004. Physiological condition in Magellanic Penguins: Does it matter if you have to walk a long way to your nest? Condor 106:696-701.
Moore, IT, BG Walker, and JC Wingfield. 2004. The effects of combined aromatase inhibitor and anti-androgen on male territorial aggression in a tropical population of rufous-collared sparrows, Zonotrichia capensis. General and Comparative Endocrinology 135:223-229.