2) Porter, W.P. and K.S. Norris. 1969. Lizard reflectivity change and its effect on body wall light transmission. Science 163 (3866): 482-484.
3) Porter, W.P. 1969. Animal research at the garden. Mo. Bot. Garden Bull. 57(2): 17-23.
4) Porter, W.P. 1969. Thermal radiation in metabolic chambers. Science 1661 (3901): 115-117.
*5) Porter, W.P. and D.M. Gates. 1969. Thermodynamic equilibria of animals with environment. Ecol. Monog. 39: 227-244.
6) Gates, D.M. and W.P. Porter. 1970. Energy budgets of animals. In Symposium on Physiological and Behavioral Temperature Regulation, J.D. Hardy, A.P. Gagge, and J.A. Stolwijk, eds. Springfield.
7) McCullough, E.M. and W.P. Porter. 1971. Computing clear day solar spectra for the terrestrial ecological environment. Ecology 52(6): 1008-1015.
8) Wathen, P., J.W. Mitchell and W.P. Porter. 1971. Theoretical and experimental studies of energy exchange from jack rabbit ears and cylindrically shaped appendages. Biophys. J. 11(12): 1030-1047.
9) Beckman, W.A., J.W. Mitchell and W.P. Porter. 1971. Thermal model for prediction of a desert iguana's daily and seasonal behavior. Trans. ASME Paper No. 71-WA/HT-35: 1-7.
10) Beckman, W.A., J.W. Mitchell and W.P. Porter. 1973. Thermal model for prediction of a desert iguana's daily and seasonal behavior. J. Heat. Trans. (May): 257-262.
*11) Porter, W.P., J.W. Mitchell, W.A. Beckman and C.B. DeWitt. 1973. Behavioral implications of mechanistic ecology: Thermal and behavioral modeling of desert ectotherms and their micro-environment. Oecologia 13: 1-54.
12) Tracy, C.R., W.R. Welch, and W.P. Porter. 1973. Properties of Air. Tech. Rept. #1, Biophysical Ecology Lab., 18pp.
13) Schulte, T.M. and W.P. Porter. 1974. Environmental limitations of pheasant egg hatching success. Auk 91 (3): 522-531.
14) Wathen, P.M., J.W. Mitchell and W.P. Porter. 1974. Heat transfer from animal appendage shapes - cylinders, arcs, and cones. Trans. ASME Paper No. 73/WA/Bio 10: 1-8.
15) Porter, W.P. and C.R. Tracy. 1974. Modeling the effects of
temperature changes on the ecology of the garter snake and leopard frog.
In Thermal Ecology Symposium, W. Gibbons and R. Sharitz, eds. Conf.-739505,
pp. 594-609. Note: this was a reviewed paper by
16) Roberts, M.F., W.P. Porter and J.W. Mitchell. 1974. Central and peripheral components of metabolic response to cold in the hairless gerbil. J. Appl. Physiol. 37 (5): 712-715.
17) Mitchell, J.W., W.A. Beckman, R.T. Bailey and W.P. Porter. 1975. Microclimatic modeling of the desert. In Heat and Mass Transfer in the Biosphere, Part I, Transfer Processes in the Plant Environment, D.A. deVries and N.H Afgan, eds., Scripta Book Co., Washington D.C., pp. 275-286.
18) Porter, W.P., J.W. Mitchell, W.A. Beckman and C.R. Tracy. 1975. Environmental constraints on some predator-prey interactions. In Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology, D.M. Gates and R.B. Schmerl, eds., Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 347-364.
19) Skuldt, D.J., W.A. Beckman, J.W. Mitchell and W.P. Porter. 1975. Conduction and radiation in artificial fur. In Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology, D.M. Gates and R.B. Schmerl, eds., Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 549-558.
20) Porter, WP. 1975. Ultraviolet transmission properties of vertebrate tissues. CIAP Monograph on Climatic Impact Assessment. Final Report, Part 1, Ch. 6, p 6-3-6-15. (This was a critically reviewed paper).
21) Porter, W.P. and R.L. Busch. 1978. Fractional factorial designs applied to growth and reproductive success in deer mice. Science 202: 907-910.
22) James, F.C. and W.P. Porter. 1979. Behavior-microclimate relationships in the African rainbow lizard. Copeia 1979 (4): 585-593.
23) Porter, W.P. and F.C. James. 1979. Behavioral implications of mechanistic ecology II: The African rainbow lizard, Agama agama Copeia 1979 (4): 594-619.
24) Tracy, C.R., W.R. Welch and W.P. Porter. 1980. Properties of air. A manual for use in biophysical ecology. 3rd ed. Technical manual. U.W. Laboratory for Biophysical Ecology. 41 pp.
25) Gebremedhin, K., C.O. Cramer and W.P. Porter. 1981. Predications and measurements of heat production and food and water requirements of Holstein calves in different environments. Trans. Am. Soc. Ag. Eng. 24(3): 715-720.
26) Roughgarden, J., W.P. Porter and D. Heckel. 1981. Resource, partitioning of space and its relationship to body temperature in Anolis lizard populations. Oecologia 50(2): 256-264.
27) Porter, W.P. and J. Jaeger. 1982. Impact of toxicants, disease and climate on growth and reproduction using Peromyscus maniculatus. Environmental Biology State-of-the-Art Seminar, P.A. Archibald, ed. Office of Exploratory Res. Publ. EPA-600/9-82-007. pp. 126-147.
28) Gebremedhim, K.G., W.P. Porter and C.O. Cramer. 1982. Heat exchange through the fur layer of calves in low velocity environments. Livestock Environment II. Proc. Second International Livestock Environment Symposium ASAE Publ. 3-82. pp. 545-556.
29) McClure, P.A. and W.P. Porter. 1983. Development of insulation in neonatal cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus). Physiol. Zool. 56(1): 18-32.
*30) Porter, W.P. and C.R. Tracy. 1983. Biophysical analyses of energetics, time-space utilization, and distributional limits. In Lizard Ecology: Studies of a model organism. Huey, Pianka and Schoener, eds. Harvard U. Pr., pp. 55-83.
31) Christian, K.A., C.R. Tracy and W.P. Porter. 1983. Seasonal shifts in body temperature and use of microhabitats by Galapagos land iguanas (Conolophus pallidus). Ecology 64(3): 463-468.
32) Gebremedhin, K.G., W.P. Porter and C.O. Cramer. 1983. Quantitative analysis of the heat exchange through the fur layer of Holstein calves. Trans. Am. Soc. Ag. Eng. 26 (1): 188-193.
*33) Porter, W.P., R. Hinsdill, A. Fairbrother, J. Olson, J. Jaeger, T. Yuill, S. Bisgaard, W.G. Hunter and K. Nolan. 1984. Toxicant-disease-environment interactions associated with suppression of immune system, growth, and reproduction. Science 224(4652): 1014-1017.
34) Christian, K.A., C.R. Tracy and W.P. Porter. 1984. Physiological and ecological consequences of sleeping-site selection by the Galapagos land iguana (Conolophus pallidus). Zool. 56(1): 18-32.
35) Christian, K.A., C.R. Tracy and W.P. Porter. 1984. Diet, digestion, and food preferences of Galapagos land iguanas. Herpetologica 40(2): 205-212.
36) Gebremedhin, K.G., W.P. Porter and R.G. Warner. 1984. Heat flow through pelage of calves - A sensitivity analysis. Trans. ASAE 27(4): 1140-1143 & 1149.
37) Porter, W.P., and P.A. McClure. 1984. Climate effects on growth and reproduction potential in Sigmodon hispidus and Peromyscus maniculatus. In Winter Ecology of Small Mammals, J. Merritt, ed., Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Spec. Publ. No. 10. Pittsburgh.:173-181.
38) Conley, K.E. and W.P. Porter. 1985. Heat loss regulation: Role of appendages and torso in the deer mouse and the white rabbit. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 155: 423-431.
39) Christian, K.A., C.R. Tracy and W.P. Porter. 1985. Inter- and intra-individual variation in body temperatures of the Galapagos Island iguana (Conolophus pallidus). J Therm. Biol. 10(1): 47-50.
40) Christian, K.A., C.R. Tracy and W.P. Porter. 1986. The effect of cold exposure during incubation of Sceloporus undulatus eggs. Copeia 1986 (4): 1012-1014.
41) Porter, W.P., D.F. Parkhurst and P.A. McClure. 1986. Critical radius in homeotherms. Am. J. Physiol. 250 (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 19): R699-R707.
42) Waldschmidt, S.R., S. Jones and W.P. Porter. 1986. The effect of body temperature and feeding regime on activity, passage time and digestive efficiency in the lizards Uta stansburiana and Sceloporus undulatus. Physiol. Zool. 59(3): 367-383.
43) Christian, K., W.P. Porter and C.R. Tracy. 1986. Core areas in the home ranges of the Galapagos land iguana Conolophus pallidus. J. Herpetology 20(2): 272-276.
44) Conley, K.E. and W.P. Porter. 1986. Heat loss from deer mice (Peromyscus):
seasonal limits to thermoregulation. J. Exp. Biol. 126: 249-269.
45) Waldschmidt, S.R., S. Jones and W.P. Porter. 1987 Reptilia (Ch. 9). In Animal Energetics, vol. 2, Bivalvia through Reptilia. T.J. Pandian and F.J. Vernberg, eds. Academic Press. pp. 553-619.
46) Waldschmidt, S.R., and W.P. Porter. 1987. A model and experimental test of the effect of body temperature and wind speed on ocular water loss in the lizard Uta stansburiana. Physiol. Zool. 60(6): 678-686.
47) Jones, S. and W.P. Porter. 1987. Physiological and environmental sources of variation in reproduction: Prairie lizards in a food rich environment. Oikos 48: 325-335.
*48) Olson, L.J., B.J. Erickson, R.D. Hinsdill, J.A. Wyman, W.P. Porter, L.K. Binning, R.C. Bidgood and E.V. Nordheim. 1987. Aldicarb immunomodulation in mice: An inverse dose-response to parts per billion levels in drinking water. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 16: 433-439.
49) Waldschmidt, S.R. and W.P. Porter. 1987. A model and experimental test of the effect of body temperature and wind speed on ocular water loss in the lizard Uta stansburiana. Physiol. Zool. 60(6): 678-686.
50) Bakko, E.B., W.P. Porter and B.A. Wunder. 1988. Body temperature patterns in black-tailed prairie dogs in the field. Can. J. Zool. 66: 1783-1789.
*51) Porter, W.P. 1989. New animal models and experiments for calculating growth potential at different elevations. Physiol. Zool. 62(2): 286-313.
52) Melcher, J.C., K.B. Armitage and W.P. Porter. 1989. Energy allocation in yellow-bellied marmots. Physiol. Zool. 62(2): 429-448.
53) SOFTWARE: Program SOLRAD by W.P. Porter. 1989. Calculates clear sky diffuse and direct solar radiation for any location on earth. Distributed by WISCWARE, U.W. Academic Computer Center. 1210 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI 53706.
54) Dunham, A.E., K.L. Overall, W.P. Porter, and C.A. Forster. 1989. Implications of ecological energetics and biophysical and developmental constraints for life-history variation in dinosaurs. In Farlow, J.O., ed. Paleobiology of the dinosaurs: Geol. Soc. Am. Special Paper 238. Bould, CO. 1-19.
55) Huey, R.B., C.R. Peterson, S.J. Arnold, and W.P. Porter. 1989. Hot rocks and not-so-hot rocks: Retreat-site selection by garter snakes and its thermal consequences. Ecology: 70(4): 931-944.
56) Melcher, J.C., K.B. Armitage, and W.P. Porter. 1989. Thermal influences on activity and behavior in yellow-bellied marmots. Physiol. Zool.: in press.
*57) Boyd, C.A., M.H. Weiler and W.P. Porter. 1990. The behavioral and neurological changes associated with chronic exposure to low-level concentration of pesticide mixtures. J. Tox. & Env. Health 30: 209-221.
58) Webb, D.R., W.P. Porter and P.A. McClure. 1990. Development of insulation in juvenile rodents: Functional compromise in insulation. Functional Ecology 4: 251-256.
59) Price, J.I., B.S. Yandell, and W.P. Porter. 1992. Chemical ions affect survival of avian cholera organisms in pondwater. J. Wildlife Management: 56(2): 274-278.
60) Carmi, N., B. Pinshow, W.P. Porter and J. Jaeger. 1992. Water and energy limitations on flight duration in small migrating birds. The Auk 109(2): 268-276.
*61) Grant, B.W. and W.P. Porter. 1992. Modeling global macroclimatic constraints on ectotherm energy budgets. Amer. Zool. 32: 154-178.
*62) Adolph, S.C. and W.P. Porter. 1993. Temperature, activity, and lizard life histories. Am. Nat. 142(2): 273-295.
*63) Porter, W.P., S. Green, N.L. Debbink, and I. Carlson. 1993. Groundwater pesticides: interactive effects of low concentrations of carbamates albicarb and methomyl and the triazine metribuzin on thyroxine and somatotropin levels in white rats. J. Tox. & Env. Health 40:15-34.
64) Stewart, W.E., S. Budaraju, W.P. Porter and J. Jaeger. 1993. Prediction of forced ventilation in animal fur under ideal pressure distribution. Functional Ecology 7: 487-492.65) Steudel, K., W.P. Porter and D. Sher. 1993. The Biophysics of Bergmann's rule: A comparison of the effects of pelage and body size variation on metabolic rate. Can. J. Zool. 72: 70-77.
66) French, Jr., J.B. and W.P. Porter. 1994. Energy acquisition and allocation in Peromyscus maniculatus exposed to aldicarb and cool temperatures. Ecology 13(6): 927-933.
67) Budaraju, S., Stewart, W.E. and W.P. Porter. 1994. Prediction of forced ventilation in animal fur from a measured pressure distribution. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B 256: 41-46.
68) Porter, W.P., J.C. Munger, W.E. Stewart, S. Budaraju and J. Jaeger. 1994. Endotherm energetics: from a scalable individual-based model to ecological applications. Austral. J. Zool.42: 125-162.
69) Porter, W.P., C.J. Cole and C.R. Townsend. 1994. Captive maintenance and lineage senescence in parthenogenic lizards (Family Teiidae). in Captive Management and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles, J.B. Murphy, K. Adler and J.T. Collins, eds. p.91-98. Publ. by the Soc. for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles.
70) Hatch, K.A., K.A. Sacksteder, I.W. Treichel, M.E. Cook and W.P. Porter. 1995. Early detection of catabolic state via change in 13C/12C ratios of blood proteins. Biochem. and Biophys. Res. Comm. 212(3): 719-726.
71) Adolph, S.C. and W.P. Porter. 1996. Growth, seasonality, and lizard life histories: age and size at maturity. Oikos. 77: 267-278.
72) Karnieli, A, M. Shachak, H. Tsoar, E. Zaady, Y. Kaufman, A. Danin and W. Porter. 1996. The effect of microphytes on the spectral reflectance of vegetation in semi-arid regions. Remote Sensing of Environment. 57: 88-96.
73) Budaraju, S., W. E. Stewart and W. P. Porter. 1997. Mixed Convective Heat and Moisture Transfer from a Horizontal Furry Cylinder in Transverse Flow. Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer 40:2273-2281.
74) Porter, W.P. and K. Paris. 1998. Creating a strategic plan and implementing quality management techniques in an academic department. Office of Quality Improvement publication U. Wis., Madison.
75) Porter, W.P., J. Jaeger and I. Carlson. 1999. Endocrine, immune and behavioral effects of aldicarb (carbamate), atrazine (triazine) and nitrate (fertilizer) mixtures at groundwater concentrations. Toxicology and Industrial Health. 15 (1-2): 133-150.
76) Porter, W.P., S. Budaraju, W.E. Stewart and N. Ramankutty. 2000. Calculating Climate Effects on Birds and Mammals: Impacts on Biodiversity, Conservation, Population Parameters, and Global Community Structure. Am. Zool. 40(4): 597-630.
77) Porter, W.P., J. Sabo, C. R. Tracy, J. Reichman, and N. Ramankutty. 2002. Physiology on a landscape scale: plant-animal interactions. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 42(3): 431-453.
78) Cavieres M.F., J. Jaeger, W. P. Porter. 2002. Developmental toxicity of a commercial herbicide mixture in mice. I. Effects on embryo implantation and litter size. Environmental Health Perspectives 110:1081-1085.
79) Kearney, M. and W.P. Porter. 2004. Mapping the fundamental niche: physiology, climate, and distribution of Australian nocturnal lizards. Ecology. 85(11): 3119-3131.
80) Maurer, B.A., J.H. Brow, T. Dayan, B.J. Enquist, S.K. Morgan Ernest, E.A. Hadly, J.P. Haskell, D. Jablonski, K.E. Jones,D.M. Kaufman, S. K. Lyons, K.J. Niklas, W.P. Porter, K. Roy, F.A. Smith, B. Tiffney, and M.R. Willig. 2004. Similarities in body size distributions of small-bodied flying vertebrates. Evol. Ecol. Res. 6:783-797.
81) Michael J. Angilletta Jr., Peter H. Niewiarowski, Arthur E. Dunham, Adam Leaché, and Warren Porter. 2004. Bergmann’s Clines in Ectotherms: Illustrating a life-history perspective with sceloporine Lizards. Am. Nat. 164(6): 168-183.
82) Kilpatrick, A.M, W.A. Mitchell, W.P. Porter, and D.J. Currie. 2006. Testing a mechanistic explanation for the latitudinal gradient in mammalian species diversity. Evol. Ecol. Res. 8(2):333-344.
83) Porter, W.P., N.P. Vakharia, W.D. Klousie and D. Duffy. 2006. Po’ouli landscape bioinformatics models predict energetics, behavior, diets and distribution on Maui. Int. Comp. Biol. 46: 1143-1158.
84) Natori, Y. and W.P. Porter. 2007. Model of Japanese Serow (Capricornis crispus) Energetics Predicts Distribution on Honshu, Japan. Ecol. Applications. 17(5): 1441-1459.
85) Kearney, M., Phillips, B.L., Tracy, C.R., Christian, K.A., Betts, G. and W.P. Porter. 2008. Predicting a species’ future distribution without using its present distribution: climate change and the invasive cane toad. Ecography. doi: 10.1111/j.2008.0906-7590-05457.x.
86) Mitchell, N J., M.R. Kearney, N.J. Nelson and W.P. Porter. 2008. Predicting the fate of a living fossil: how will global warming affect embryonic development, sex determination and hatching phenology in tuatara? Proc. R. Soc. B. doi:10.1098/rspb.2008.0438.
87) Meadows, S. W. Porter and S. Craven . 2008. Spatially Explicit Models Estimate Metabolic Requirement and Depredation of Economically Valuable and Destructive Fish Species by Double-Crested Cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus) in Southern Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA. Book chapter in 4th CPB Meeting in Africa : Mara 2008. “Molecules to migration: The pressures of life” (Ed S. Morris & A. Vosloo). Medimond Publishing Co, via Maserati 6/2, 40124 Bologna, Italy. Pages 627-640.
88) Kearney, M. And W.P.Porter. 2009. Mechanistic niche modelling: combining physiological and spatial data to predict species‘ ranges. Ecol. Lett. Review and Synthesis. 12: doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2008.01277.x
89) Kearney, M, W.P. Porter, C. Williams, S. Ritchie and A.A. Hoffmann. 2009. Integrating biophysical models and evolutionary theory to predict climatic impacts on species’ ranges: the dengue mosquito Aedes aegypti in Australia.. Functional Ecology. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2008.01538.x
90) Kearney, M., R. Shine and W.P. Porter. 2009. The potential for behavioral thermoregulation to buffer ‘‘cold-blooded’’ animals against climate warming. PNAS. 106(10): 3835-3840.
91) Meadows, S., W. P. Porter and S.R. Craven. 2009. Modeling the organochlorine contaminant intake of cormorants. Waterbirds (in press)
92) Göktepe, Ö., P. Hundt, W. Porter, D. Pereira. 2009. Comparing Bioenergetics Models of Double-crested Cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus) Fish Consumption. Waterbirds( in press).
93) Fort, J., W.P. Porter, D. Gremillet. 2009. Thermodynamic modelling predicts energetic bottleneck for seabirds wintering in the northwest Atlantic. J. Exp. Biol. (Accepted)
94) Butz, D.E., M.E. Cook and W.P. Porter. 2009 Non-invasive early detection of endotoxic shock by isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Shock (in review).
95) Haviland, J.A., Butz, D.E. and W. P. Porter. 2009. Long-term sex selective hormonal and behavior alterations in mice exposed to low doses of chlorpyrifos in utero. Journal? (in review)
96) K. J. Gaston, S. L. Chown, P. Calosi, J. Bernardo, D.T. Bilton, A. Clarke, S. Clusella-Trullas, C. K. Ghalambor, M. Konarzewski, L. S. Peck, W. P. Porter, H. O. Pörtner, E. L. Rezende, P. M. Schulte, J. Stillman, J. S. Terblanche, and M. van Kleunen. 2009. Macrophysiology: A Conceptual Re-unification. Am. Nat. (in review)
97) Porter, W.P. and M.R. Kearney. 2009. Biophysical ecology of the niche through space and time: mechanistic species distribution modeling. PNAS (in review).
98) Butz, DE, ME Cook, HR. Eghbalnia, FM Assadi-Porter, and WP Porter. 2009. Changes in the natural abundance of 13CO2/12CO2 in breath as a biomarker of the acute phase response to endotoxemia. Am. J. Physiol. (submitted).
99) Assadi-Porter, FM, HR Eghbalnia, M Tonelli, DE Butz, D Haughey, WP Porter, JL Markley and ME Cook. 2009. Early markers of endotoxic shock by identification of small molecule metabolites in serum by NMR spectroscopy. (in prep.).
100) Porter, WP, S Ostrowski and J Williams. 2009. Modeling animal landscapes. In symposium on “Molecules to Migration: Pressures of Life”, the Fourth International Conference in Africa for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, 2008. Physiol. Zool. (in review)
101) Assadi-Porter, FM, HR Eghbalnia, M Tonelli, DE Butz, D Haughey, WP Porter, JL Markley and ME Cook. 2009. Early markers of endotoxic shock by identification of small molecule metabolites in serum by NMR spectroscopy. (in prep.).
102) Porter, WP, S Ostrowski and J Williams. 2009. Modeling animal landscapes. In symposium on “Molecules to Migration: Pressures of Life”, the Fourth International Conference in Africa for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, 2008. Physiol. Zool. (in review)
103) Kearney, MR, BA Wintle and WP. Porter. 2010. Correlative and mechanistic models of species distribution provide congruent forecasts under climate change. Cons. Lett. (accepted).
104) Fort, J., H. Steen, H. Strøm, W.P. Porter, E. Grønningsæter and D. Grémillet. 2009. Contrasted ‘cultural’ migratory strategies in a sympatric high-Arctic seabird duet.
105) Fort J., Y. Cherel, A.M.A. Harding, C. Egevang, H. Steen, G. Kuntz, W.P. Porter and D. Grémillet. 2010. The feeding ecology of little auks raises questions about winter zooplankton stocks in North Atlantic surface waters. Biol. Lett. (accepted).106) Roberts, M.R., E.N. Lightfoot and W.P. Porter. 2010. A new model for the body size – metabolism relationship. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. (in press). 107) Bartelt, P. R. Klaver and W.P. Porter. 2010. Modeling amphibian energetics, habitat suitability, and movements of western toads (Bufo boreas) across present and future landscapes. Ecol. Modeling (submitted).
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