Bitterlin, Lisa R; Van Buskirk, J (2014). Ecological and life history correlates of changes in avian migration timing in response to climate change. Climate Research, 61(2):109-121.
Willi, Y; Griffith, P; Van Buskirk, J (2013). Drift load in populations of small size and low density. Heredity, 110:296-302.
Van Buskirk, J (2012). Behavioural plasticity and environmental change. In: Candolin, U; Wong, B B M. Behavioural Responses to a Changing World. Mechanisms and Consequences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 145-158.
Van Buskirk, J (2012). Changes in the annual cycle of North American raptors associated with recent shifts in migration timing. The Auk, 129(4):691-698.
Ramos Real, O J; Van Buskirk, J (2012). Non-interactive multiple predator effects on tadpole survival. Oecologia, 169(2):535-539.
Van Buskirk, J (2012). Permeability of the landscape matrix between amphibian breeding sites. Ecology and Evolution, 2(12):3160-3167.
Hettyey, A; Rolli, F; Thürlimann, N; Züricher, A C; Van Buskirk, J (2012). Visual cues contribute to predator detection in anuran larvae. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 106(4):820-827.
Van Buskirk, J (2011). Amphibian phenotypic variation along a gradient in canopy cover: species differences and plasticity. Oikos, 120(6):906-914.
Van Buskirk, J. Evolution of phenotypic plasticity in amphibian larvae. 2011, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.
Van Buskirk, J; Ferrari, M; Kueng, D; Näpflin, K; Ritter, N (2011). Prey risk assessment depends on conspecific density. Oikos, 120(8):1235-1239.
Van Buskirk, J; Mulvihill, R S; Lebermann, R C (2010). Declining body sizes in North American birds associated with climate change. Oikos, 119(6):1047-1055.
Van Buskirk, J (2009). Natural variation in morphology of larval amphibians: Phenotypic plasticity in nature? Ecological Monographs, 79(4):681-705.
Van Buskirk, J (2009). Getting in shape: adaptation and phylogenetic inertia in morphology of Australian anuran larvae. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22(6):1326-1337.
Steiner, U K; Van Buskirk, J (2009). Predator-induced changes in metabolism cannot explain the growth/predation risk tradeoff. PLoS ONE, 4(7):1-4.
Van Buskirk, J; Steiner, U K (2009). The fitness costs of developmental canalization and plasticity. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22(4):852-860.
Van Buskirk, J; Mulvihill, R S; Leberman, R C (2009). Variable shifts in spring and autumn migration phenology in North American songbirds associated with climate change. Global Change Biology, 15(3):760-771.
Steiner, U K; Van Buskirk, J (2008). Environmental stress and the costs of whole-organism phenotypic plasticity in tadpoles. J. Evol. Biol., 21(1):97-103.
Willi, Y; Van Buskirk, J; Schmid, B; Fischer, M (2007). Genetic isolation of fragmented populations is exacerbated by drift and selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20(2):534-542.
Van Buskirk, J (2007). Body size, competitive interactions, and the local distribution of Triturus newts. Journal of Animal Ecology, 76(3):559-567.
Garner, T W J; Schmidt, B R; Hoeck, P; Van Buskirk, J (2003). Di- and tetranucleotide microsatellite markers for the Alpine newt (Triturus alpestris): characterization and cross-priming in five congeners. Molecular Ecology Resources, 3(2):186-188.
Van Buskirk, J (2002). A test of the risk allocation hypothesis: tadpole responses to temporal change in predation risk. Behavioral Ecology, 13(4):526-530.
Schmidt, B R; Van Buskirk, J (2001). Verhalten, Wachstum und Morphologie von Kammolch-Larven in der An- und Abwesenheit von Libellenlarven. Rana, SH 4:179-191.
Van Buskirk, J; Schmidt, B R (2000). Predator-induced phenotypic plasticity in larval newts: Trade-offs, selection, and variation in nature. Ecology, 81(11):3009-3028.