Andrew Cockburn

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Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
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Cockburn A, Penalba JV, Jaccoud D, et al. (2021) hiphop: improved paternity assignment among close relatives using a simple exclusion method for biallelic markers. Molecular Ecology Resources
Cooper EB, Bonnet T, Osmond HL, et al. (2021) Aging and Senescence across Reproductive Traits and Survival in Superb Fairy-Wrens (). The American Naturalist. 197: 111-127
de Villemereuil P, Charmantier A, Arlt D, et al. (2020) Fluctuating optimum and temporally variable selection on breeding date in birds and mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Brouwer L, Cockburn A. (2020) Experimental vacancies do not induce settlement despite habitat saturation in a cooperative breeder. Biology Letters. 16: 20190757
Brouwer L, Cockburn A, van de Pol M. (2020) Integrating Fitness Components Reveals That Survival Costs Outweigh Other Benefits and Costs of Group Living in Two Closely Related Species. The American Naturalist. 195: 201-215
Lv L, Liu Y, Osmond HL, et al. (2019) When to start and when to stop: Effects of climate on breeding in a multi-brooded songbird. Global Change Biology
Lichtenauer W, van de Pol M, Cockburn A, et al. (2019) Indirect fitness benefits through extra-pair mating are large for an inbred minority, but cannot explain widespread infidelity among red-winged fairy-wrens. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Hajduk GK, Cockburn A, Margraf N, et al. (2018) Inbreeding, inbreeding depression and infidelity in a cooperatively-breeding bird. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Brouwer L, van de Pol M, Hidalgo Aranzamendi N, et al. (2017) Multiple hypotheses explain variation in extra-pair paternity at different levels in a single bird family. Molecular Ecology
Mills JA, Teplitsky C, Arroyo B, et al. (2016) Solutions for Archiving Data in Long-Term Studies: A Reply to Whitlock et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
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