Juan G Rubalcaba
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Oxygen limitation may affect the temperature and size dependence of metabolism in aquatic ectotherms
JG Rubalcaba, WCEP Verberk, AJ Hendriks, B Saris, HA Woods
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (50), 31963-31968, 2020
Grazing and ecosystem service delivery in global drylands
FT Maestre, Y Le Bagousse-Pinguet, M Delgado-Baquerizo, DJ Eldridge, ...
Science 378 (6622), 915-920, 2022
The biogeography of thermal risk for terrestrial ectotherms: Scaling of thermal tolerance with body size and latitude
JG Rubalcaba, MÁ Olalla‐Tárraga
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (5), 1277-1285, 2020
A mechanistic model to scale up biophysical processes into geographical size gradients in ectotherms
JG Rubalcaba, SF Gouveia, MA Olalla‐Tárraga
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (6), 793-803, 2019
Biophysical modeling of water economy can explain geographic gradient of body size in anurans
SF Gouveia, RP Bovo, JG Rubalcaba, FR Da Silva, NM Maciel, ...
The American Naturalist 193 (1), 51-58, 2019
Green plants in nests reduce offspring recruitment rates in the spotless starling
V Polo, JG Rubalcaba, JP Veiga
Behavioral Ecology 26 (4), 1131-1137, 2015
Ecophysics reload—exploring applications of theoretical physics in macroecology
SF Gouveia, JG Rubalcaba, V Soukhovolsky, O Tarasova, AM Barbosa, ...
Ecological Modelling 424, 109032, 2020
Sexual and natural selection in the evolution of extended phenotypes: the use of green nesting material in starlings
JG Rubalcaba, V Polo, R Maia, DR Rubenstein, JP Veiga
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (8), 1585-1592, 2016
Upscaling microclimatic conditions into body temperature distributions of ectotherms
JG Rubalcaba, SF Gouveia, MA Olalla-Tárraga
The American Naturalist 193 (5), 677-687, 2019
Physical constraints on thermoregulation and flight drive morphological evolution in bats
JG Rubalcaba, SF Gouveia, F Villalobos, AP Cruz-Neto, MG Castro, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (15), e2103745119, 2022
Nest decoration as social signals by males and females: greenery and feathers in starling colonies
JG Rubalcaba, D Fuentes, JP Veiga, V Polo
Behavioral Ecology 28 (5), 1369-1375, 2017
Long-term fitness consequences of breeding density in starling colonies: an observational approach
D Fuentes, JG Rubalcaba, JP Veiga, V Polo
Journal of Ornithology 160, 1035-1042, 2019
Biophysical models unravel associations between glucocorticoids and thermoregulatory costs across avian species
JG Rubalcaba, B Jimeno
Functional Ecology, 2021
Divergence and constraint in the thermal sensitivity of aquatic insect swimming performance
AA Shah, EMS Bacmeister, JG Rubalcaba, CK Ghalambor
Current Zoology 66 (5), 555-564, 2020
Is offspring dispersal related to male mating status? An experiment with the facultatively polygynous Spotless Starling
JG Rubalcaba, JP Veiga, V Polo
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (2), 203-208, 2017
Sex differences in early determinants of lifetime reproductive success in a polygynous bird: Should mothers adjust offspring sex ratios?
JG Rubalcaba, V Polo
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135 (3), 400-408, 2018
Oceanic vertical migrators in a warming world
JG Rubalcaba
Nature Climate Change, 10.1038/s41558-022-01493-4, 2022
Contrasting patterns in phylogenetic and biogeographic factories of invasive grasses (Poaceae) across the globe
LR Pertierra, PA Martínez, JG Rubalcaba, DM Richardson, ...
npj Biodiversity 2 (1), 11, 2023
Climate drives global functional trait variation in lizards
JG Rubalcaba, SF Gouveia, F Villalobos, MÁ Olalla-Tárraga, J Sunday
Nature Ecology & Evolution 7 (4), 524-534, 2023
Global patterns of thermal niche filling in ectotherms
N Moore, I Morales-Castilla, A Hargreaves, M Olalla-Tárraga, F Villalobos, ...
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