Wheatly R, Pavlik T, Levy O, and Wilson RS, Habitat and performance interact to determine the outcomes of terrestrial predator–prey interactions. Journal of Animal Ecology. accepted.
Wilson† RS, Pavlic T, Wheatley R, Niehaus AC, Levy† O (2020) Modeling escape success in terrestrial predator–prey interactions. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 60(2): 497-508. pdf
† equal contribution
Angilletta MJ, Sears MW, Levy O, Youngblood J, and VandenBrooks JM (2019) Fundamental flaws with the fundamental niche. Integrative and Comparative Biology 59(4): 1038-1048. pdf
Levy O, Dayan T, Porter WP, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2019) Time and ecological resilience: can diurnal animals compensate for climate change by shifting to nocturnal activity? Ecological Monographs 89(1): e01334. pdf
Carlo MA, Riddell EA, Levy O, and Sears MW (2018) Recurrent sub-lethal warming decreases embryo survival, inhibits development, and alters species range projections under climate change. Ecology Letters 21(1): 104-116. pdf
Levy† O, Borchert† J, Rusch T, Buckley LB, and Angilletta MJ (2017) Diminishing returns limit energetic costs of climate change. Ecology 98(5): 1217-1228. pdf
† equal contribution.
Basson CH, Levy O, Angilletta MJ, and Clusella-Trullas S (2017) Lizards paid a greater opportunity cost to thermoregulate in a less heterogeneous environment. Functional Ecology 31(4): 856-865. pdf
Telemeco RS, Fletcher B, Levy O, Riley A, Rodriguez-Sanchez Y, Smith CD, Teague C, Waters A, Angilletta MJ, and Buckley LB (2017) Lizards fail to plastically adjust nesting behavior or thermal tolerance as needed to buffer populations from climate change. Global Change Biology 23(3): 1075-1084. pdf
Levy O, Dayan T, Porter WP, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2016) Foraging activity pattern is shaped by water loss rates in a diurnal desert rodent. The American Naturalist 188(2): 205-218. pdf
Levy O, Buckley LB, Keitt TH, and Angilletta MJ (2016) A dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates. Ecology 97: 1888. data, metadata
Levy O, Buckley LB, Keitt TH, and Angilletta MJ (2016) Ontogeny constrains phenology: opportunities for activity and reproduction interact to dictate potential phenologies in a changing climate. Ecology Letters 19(6): 620-628. pdf
Levy O, Buckley LB, Keitt TH, Smith CD, Boateng KO, Kumar DS, and Angilletta MJ (2015) Resolving the life cycle alters expected impacts of climate change. Proceeding of the Royal Society B 282: 2813. pdf
Levy† O, Ball† BA, Bond-Lamberty B, Cheruvelil KS, Finley AO, Lottig N, Punyasena S, Xiao J, Zhou J, Buckley LB, Filstrup CT, Kiett TH, Kellner JR, Knapp AK, Richardson AD, Tcheng D, Toomey M, Vargas R, Voordeckers JW, Wagner T, and Williams JW (2014) Approaches to advance scientific understanding of macrosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(1): 15–23. pdf
† equal contribution.
Levy O, Dayan T, Rotics S, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2012) Foraging sequence, energy intake, and torpor: An individual-based field study of energy balancing in desert golden spiny mice. Ecology Letters 5(11): 1240-1248. pdf
Levy O, Dayan T, Kronfeld-Schor N, and Porter WP (2012) Biophysical modeling of the temporal niche: from first principles to the evolution of activity patterns. The American Naturalist 179(6): 794-804. pdf
Gutman† R, Dayan T, Levy† O, Schubert† I, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2011) The effect of the lunar cycle on stress hormone levels and foraging ecology of nocturnally and diurnally active spiny mice. PLoS ONE 6(8): e23446. pdf
† equal contribution.
Levy O, Dayan T, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2011) Interspecific competition and torpor in golden spiny mice: Two sides of the energy acquisition coin. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51(3): 441-448. pdf
Levy O, Dayan T, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2011) Adaptive thermoregulation in golden spiny mice: The influence of season and food availability on body temperature. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84(2): 175-184. pdf
Rotics S, Dayan T, Levy O, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2011) Light masking in the field: an experiment with nocturnal and diurnal spiny mouse species under semi-natural field conditions. Chronobiology International 28(1): 70-75. pdf
Levy O, Dayan T, and Kronfeld-Schor N (2007) The relationship between the golden spiny mouse circadian system and its diurnal activity: an experimental field enclosures and laboratory study. Chronobiology International 24(4): 599-613. pdf
Huey R, Ma L, Levy O, and Kearney M, Eco-physiological consequences of overwintering underground. submitted.
Pasternak E, Dayan T, Levy O, and Kronfeld-Schor N, Early birds, late owls, and the role of chronotypes in promoting coexistence within animal populations. submitted.