Academic Publications

33. Pap, P. L., L. Patras, J. Osvath, D. M. Buehler, M. A. Versteegh, A. Sesarman, M. Banciu, and C. I. Vagasi. 2015. Seasonal patterns and relationships among Coccidian infestations, measures of oxidative physiology, and immune function in free-living House Sparrows over an annual cycle. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology: 88: 395-405.

32. Pap, P. L., A. Sesarman, C. I. Vagasi, D. M. Buehler, L. Patras, M. A. Versteegh, and M. Banciu. No evidence for parasitism-linked changes in immune function or oxidative physiology over the annual cycle of an avian species. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87: 729-739. PDF.

31. Grond, K., H. Ryu, A. J. Baker, J. W. Santo Domingo & D. M. Buehler. Gastro-intestinal microbiota of two migratory shorebird species during spring migration staging in Delaware Bay, USA. Journal of Ornithology 155: 969-977PDF

30. D’Amico, V.L., P.M. González, A. J. Baker, D. M. Buehler & M. Bertellotti. 2014. Multi-year surveillance of selected avian pathogens in the migrant shorebird Red knot (Calidris canutus rufa) at its main stopover site in Patagonia, Argentina. Journal of Ornithology 155: 555-559. PDF

29. Ryu, Hodon, K. Grond, B. Verheijen, M. Elk, D. M. Buehler, & J. Santo Domingo. Intestinal Microbiota and Species Diversity of Campylobacter and Helicobacter spp. in Migrating Shorebirds in Delaware Bay. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 80: 1838-1847. PDF

28. Milot, E., A. A. Cohen, F. Vézina, D. M. Buehler, K. D. Matson & T. Piersma. 2014. A novel integrative method for measuring body condition in ecological studies based on physiological dysregulation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5: 146-155. PDF

27. Schroeder, J., H. L. Dugdale, R. Radersma, M. Hinsch, D. M. Buehler, J. Saul, et al. 2013. Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology symposia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 2063–2069. PDF

26. Nebel, S., D. M. Buehler, A. MacMillan & C. G. Guglielmo. 2013. Flight performance of Western sandpipers Calidris mauri that mount an immune defence remains uncompromised. Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 2752-2759. PDF

25. Nebel, S., D. M. Buehler, S. Kubli, D. B. Lank & C. G. Guglielmo. 2013. Does innate immune function decline with age in captive ruffs Philomachus pugnax? Animal Biology 63:233-240. PDF

24. Buehler, D. M., Y. I. Verkuil, E. S. Tavares & A. J. Baker. 2013. Characterization of MHC class I in a long distance migrant shorebird suggests multiple transcribed genes and intergenic recombination. Immunogenetics 65: 211-225. PDF

23. Buehler, D. M., F. Vézina, W. Goymann, I. Schwabl, M. Versteegh, B. I. Tieleman & Theunis Piersma. 2012. Independence among four physiological traits suggests flexibility in the face of ecological demands on phenotypes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 1600-1613. PDF

22. Nebel, S., U. Bauchinger, D. M. Buehler, L. A. Langlois, M. Boyles, A. R. Gerson, E. R. Price, S. R. McWilliams & C. G. Guglielmo. 2012. Constitutive immune function in European starlings Sturnus vulgaris is decreased immediately after an endurance flight in a wind tunnel.  Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 272-278. PDF

21. Reperant, L. A., M. W. G. van de Bildt, G. van Amerongen, D. M. Buehler, A. D. M. E. Osterhaus, S. Jenni-Eiermann, T. Piersma & T. Kuiken. 2011. Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N1 infection in a long-distance migrant shorebird under migratory and non- migratory states. PLoS One 6: e27814. PDF

20. Buehler, D. M., M. Versteegh, K. D. Matson, & B. I. Tieleman. 2011. One problem, many solutions: Simple statistical approaches help unravel the complexity of the immune system in an ecological context. PLoS One 6: e18592. PDF 

19. Buehler, D. M., L. Bugoni, G. M. Dorrestein, P. M. González, J. Pereira-Jr, L. Proença, I. de Lima Serrano, A. J. Baker & T. Piersma. 2010. Local mortality events in migrating sandpipers (Calidris) at a stopover site in southern Brazil. Wader Study Group Bulletin 117: 150-156. PDF

18. Buehler, D. M., B. I. Tieleman & T. Piersma. 2010. How do migrant species stay healthy over the annual cycle? A conceptual model for immune function and disease resistance. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: 346-357. PDF Supplementary material.

17. Buehler, D. M., B. I. Tieleman, & T. Piersma. 2010. Indices of immune function are lower in new arrivals than in fuelling Red Knots during stopover in Delaware Bay. Auk 127: 394-401. PDF

16. Buehler, D. M., A. Koolhaas, T. J. Van’t Hof, I. Schwabl, A. Dekinga, T. Piersma & B. I. Tieleman. 2009. No evidence for melatonin-linked immunoenhancement over the annual cycle of an avian species. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 195: 445-451. PDF

15. Buehler, D. M., B. I. Tieleman & T. Piersma. 2009. Age and environment affect constitutive immune function in red knots (Calidris canutus). Journal of Ornithology 150: 815-825. PDF

14. Buehler, D. M., F. Encinas-Viso, M. Petit, F. Vézina, B. I. Tieleman & T. Piersma. 2009. Limited access to food and physiological trade- offs in a long distance migrant shorebird part II: constitutive immune function and the acute phase response. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 561-571. PDF

13. Vézina, F., M. Petit, D. M. Buehler, A. Dekinga & T. Piersma. 2009. Limited access to food and physiological trade-offs in a long distance migrant shorebird part I: energy metabolism, behavior and body mass regulation. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 549-560. PDF

12. Buehler, D. M., T. Piersma, K. Matson & B. I. Tieleman. 2008. Seasonal redistribution of immune function in a shorebird: annual cycle effects override adjustments to thermal regime. The American Naturalist 172: 783-796. PDF

11. Buehler, D. M., N. Bhola, D. Barjaktarov, W. Goymann, I. Schwabl, B. I. Tieleman & T. Piersma. 2008. Constitutive immune function responds more slowly to handling stress than corticosterone in a shorebird Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81: 673-681. PDF Top 10 most downloaded papers in Sept 2008.

10. Buehler, D. M., T. Piersma & B. I. Tieleman. 2008. Captive and free-living red knots Calidris canutus exhibit differences in non-induced immunity that suggest different immune strategies in different environments. Journal of Avian Biology 39: 560-566. PDF

9. Libsch, M. M., C. Batista, D. M. Buehler, I. Ochoa, J. Brawn & R. E. Ricklefs. 2008. Nest predation in a neotropical forest occurs during daytime. Condor 100: 166-170. PDF

8. Buehler, D. M. & T. Piersma. 2008. Travelling on a budget: predictions and ecological evidence for bottlenecks in the annual cycle of long-distance migrants. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 363: 247–266. PDF

7. Buehler, D. M., A. J. Baker & T. Piersma. 2006. Reconstructing palaeoflyways of the late Pleistocene and early Holocene Red Knot (Calidris canutus). Ardea 94: 485-498. PDF

6. Buehler, D. M. & A. J. Baker. 2005. Population divergence times and historical demography in Red Knots and Dunlins. Condor 107: 497-513. PDF

5. Buehler, D. M., A. I. Castillo & G. Angehr. 2004. Shorebird counts in the Upper Bay of Panama highlight the importance of this key site and the need to improve its protection. Wader Study Group Bulletin 105: 56-64. PDF

4. Buehler, D. M., A. I. Castillo & J. D. Brawn. 2004. First nest description for the Ocellated Antbird (Phaenostictus mcleannani). Wilson Bulletin 16: 277-279. PDF

3. Buehler, D. M. & A. J. Baker. 2003. Characterization of the red knot (Calidris canutus) mitochondrial control region. Genome 46: 565-572. PDF

2. Buehler, D. M. 2002. Shorebird counts in Panama during 2002 emphasize the need to monitor and protect the Upper Panama Bay. Wader Study Group Bulletin 99: 41-44. PDF

1. Buehler, D. M., D. R. Norris, B. J. M. Stutchbury & N. C. Kopysh. 2002. Food supply and parental feeding rates of Hooded Warblers in forest fragments. Wilson Bulletin 114: 122-127. PDF