Ursula Ellenberg
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Elevated hormonal stress response and reduced reproductive output in Yellow-eyed penguins exposed to unregulated tourism
U Ellenberg, AN Setiawan, A Cree, DM Houston, PJ Seddon
General and comparative endocrinology 152 (1), 54-63, 2007
Physiological and reproductive consequences of human disturbance in Humboldt penguins: the need for species-specific visitor management
U Ellenberg, T Mattern, PJ Seddon, GL Jorquera
Biological Conservation 133 (1), 95-106, 2006
Pollution, habitat loss, fishing, and climate change as critical threats to penguins
PN Trathan, P García‐Borboroglu, D Boersma, CA Bost, RJM Crawford, ...
Conservation Biology 29 (1), 31-41, 2015
Habituation potential of yellow-eyed penguins depends on sex, character and previous experience with humans
U Ellenberg, T Mattern, PJ Seddon
Animal Behaviour 77 (2), 289-296, 2009
Breeding distribution and abundance of seabirds on islands off north-central Chile
A Simeone, G Luna-Jorquera, M Bernal, S Garthe, F Sepúlveda, ...
Revista chilena de historia natural 76 (2), 323-333, 2003
Consistent foraging routes and benthic foraging behaviour in yellow-eyed penguins
T Mattern, U Ellenberg, DM Houston, LS Davis
Marine Ecology Progress Series 343, 295-306, 2007
Tangled and drowned: a global review of penguin bycatch in fisheries
R Crawford, U Ellenberg, E Frere, C Hagen, K Baird, P Brewin, S Crofts, ...
Endangered Species Research 34, 373-396, 2017
Heart rate responses provide an objective evaluation of human disturbance stimuli in breeding birds
U Ellenberg, T Mattern, PJ Seddon
Conservation Physiology 1 (1), cot013, 2013
Happy feet in a hostile world? The future of penguins depends on proactive management of current and expected threats
Y Ropert-Coudert, A Chiaradia, D Ainley, A Barbosa, PD Boersma, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 248, 2019
Effects of human disturbance on penguins: the need for site-and species-specific visitor management guidelines
PJ Seddon, U Ellenberg, JES Higham, M Lück
Marine wildlife and tourism management: Insights from the natural and social …, 2008
Yellow-eyed penguin
PJ Seddon, U Ellenberg, Y Van Heezik
Penguins: natural history and conservation 1, 90-110, 2013
Receding ice drove parallel expansions in Southern Ocean penguins
TL Cole, L Dutoit, N Dussex, T Hart, A Alexander, JL Younger, GV Clucas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (52), 26690-26696, 2019
Quantifying climate change impacts emphasises the importance of managing regional threats in the endangered Yellow-eyed penguin
T Mattern, S Meyer, U Ellenberg, DM Houston, JT Darby, M Young, ...
PeerJ 5, e3272, 2017
Straight line foraging in yellow-eyed penguins: new insights into cascading fisheries effects and orientation capabilities of marine predators
T Mattern, U Ellenberg, DM Houston, M Lamare, LS Davis, Y van Heezik, ...
PLoS One 8 (12), e84381, 2013
High definition video loggers provide new insights into behaviour, physiology, and the oceanic habitat of a marine predator, the yellow-eyed penguin
T Mattern, MD McPherson, U Ellenberg, Y van Heezik, PJ Seddon
PeerJ 6, e5459, 2018
Previous experiences with humans affect responses of Snares Penguins to experimental disturbance
U Ellenberg, T Mattern, DM Houston, LS Davis, PJ Seddon
Journal of Ornithology 153, 621-631, 2012
Physiological and behavioral consequences of human visitation
B Geffroy, B Sadoul, U Ellenberg
Ecotourism’s promise and peril: a biological evaluation, 9-27, 2017
Genomic insights into the secondary aquatic transition of penguins
TL Cole, C Zhou, M Fang, H Pan, DT Ksepka, SR Fiddaman, CA Emerling, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 3912, 2022
High-coverage genomes to elucidate the evolution of penguins
H Pan, TL Cole, X Bi, M Fang, C Zhou, Z Yang, DT Ksepka, T Hart, ...
GigaScience 8 (9), giz117, 2019
Marathon penguins–Reasons and consequences of long-range dispersal in Fiordland penguins/Tawaki during the pre-moult period
T Mattern, K Pütz, P Garcia-Borboroglu, U Ellenberg, DM Houston, ...
PLoS One 13 (8), e0198688, 2018
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