Dr. Cody Dey
Professional activities / interests
- Cumulative effects and multiple stressors
- Ecological modelling
- Landscape ecology
- Science policy and science planning
Education and awards
PhD - McMaster University (2015)
Dey CJ & Koops MA. 2021. The consequences of null model selection for predicting mortality from multiple stressors. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Science 20203126
Dey CJ et al. [72 authors]. 2021. Research priorities for the management of freshwater fish habitat in Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 20210002
Dey CJ, Semeniuk CAD, Iverson SA, Richardson E, McGeachy D & Gilchrist HG. 2018. Forecasting the outcome of multiple effects of climate change on northern common eiders. Biological Conservation 220:94-103.
Dey CJ, Yurkowski DJ, Schuster R, Shiffman DS, Bittick SJ. 2018. Patterns of uncertainty in life-history and extinction risk for Arctic vertebrates. Arctic Science 4:710-721.
Dey CJ, O’Connor CM, Wilkinson H, Shultz S, Balshine S & Fitzpatrick JL. 2017. Direct benefits and evolutionary transitions to complex societies. Nature Ecology & Evolution 0137.
Dey CJ, O’Connor CM, Gilmour KM, Van Der Kraak G & Cooke SJ. 2010. Behavioral and physiological responses of a wild teleost fish to cortisol and androgen manipulations during parental care. Hormones and Behavior 58: 599-605
Dale J, Dey CJ, Delhey K, Kempenaers B & Valcu M. 2015. The effects of life history and sexual selection on male and female plumage coloration. Nature 527: 367-370.