2015

124) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Adam Crane, Grant E. Brown & Douglas P. Chivers (in press). Getting ready for invasions: can background level of risk predict the ability of naive prey to survive invasive predators? Scientific Reports.

123) Chris K. Elvidge, Indar Ramnarine & Grant E. Brown. (in press). Sender-receiver size differences in heterospecific chemical signalling: does the contextual value of risk public information trump conserved alarm responses? Animal Behaviour

2014

122) Grant E. Brown, Chris K. Elvidge, Indar Ramnarine, Douglas P. Chivers & Maud C.O. Ferrari (2014) Personality and the response to predation risk: effects of information quantity and quality.  Animal Cognition 17, 1063-1069 DOI: 10.1007/s10071-014-0738-z.

121) Chris K. Elvidge, Indar Ramnarine & Grant E. Brown (2014). Compensatory foraging in Trinidadian guppies: effects of acute and chronic predation threats. Current Zoology 60, 323-332.

120) Richard Di Rocco, C. Belanger, Istvan Imre, Grant E. Brown & N.S. Johnson. (2014)  Daytime avoidance of chemosensory alarm cues by adult sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus).  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71, 824-830 DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2013-0381.

119) Kerry Perrault, Istvan Imre & Grant E. Brown (2014) The behavioural response of larval seal lamprey (Peteromyzon marinus) to potential damage-released chemical alarm cues. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92, 443-447 DOI: 10.11391/cjz-2013-0095.

118) Chris K. Elvidge & Grant E. Brown (2014) Predation costs of impaired chemosensory risk assessment on acid-impacted juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71, 756-762. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2013-0633.

117) Istvan Imre, Richard Di Rocco, C. Belanger, Grant E. Brown & N.S. Johnson (2014) Clear and present danger: the behavioural response of migratory sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) to chemosensory alarm cues. Journal of Fish Biology, 84, 1490-1502. DOI: 11.1111/jfb.12374.

116) Grant E. Brown, Maud C.O. Ferrari, Chris K. Elvidge, Christopher D. Jackson & Douglas P. Chivers (2014). Background level of risk determines the intensity of predator neophobia in cichlids. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 68, 127-133. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-013-1629-z.

2013  

115) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Philip L. Munday, Grant E. Brown & Maud C.O. Ferrari. (2013). Effects of acidification on olfactory-mediated behaviour in freshwater and marine ecosystems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B. 368, 20120447. DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2012.0447.

114) R. Pietrzakowski, Istvan Imre & Grant E. Brown. (2013). The behavioural response of migratory sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) to damage-released chemical alarm cues. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 39, 234-238. doi: 10.1016/j.jglr.2013.03.008 

113) Douglas P. Chivers, F. Al-Batati, Grant E. Brown and Maud C.O. Ferrari (2013). The effects of habitat alteration on recognition and generalization of predators and non-predators in aquatic ecosystems. Ecology and Evolution, 3, 268-277. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.454.

112) Grant E. Brown, Maud C.O. Ferrari, Chris K. Elvidge, Indar Ramnarine and Douglas P. Chivers. (2013). Phenotypically-plastic neophobia: a response to variable predation risk. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B.  no. 1756 20122712. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2012.2712.

111)  Chris K. Elvidge, Camille J. Macnaughton and Grant E. Brown (2013).  Sensory complementation and behavioural compensation in acid impacted juvenile Atlantic salmon. Oecologia, 172, 69-78. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-012-2478-6.

110) Douglas P. Chivers, Grant E. Brown and Maud C.O. Ferrari (2013). The sophistication of predator odour recognition by minnows. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, Vol. 12. M. East and M. Dehnhard, eds. pp. 247-257.  Springer Verlag, Germany.

109) Grant E. Brown, Maud C.O. Ferrari and Douglas P. Chivers (2013).  Why pre-stocking predator recognition may not lead to post-stocking survival of hatchery reared salmonids: lessons from behavioral ecology  Fisheries, 38, 16-25. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2013.750133.

108) Grant E. Brown, Maud C.O. Ferrari, Patrick H. Malka, Lima Kayello, Laura Fregeau and Douglas P. Chivers (2013).  Retention of acquired predator recognition among shy versus bold juvenile rainbow trout.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67, 43-57. DOI: 10.1007/s00265-012-1422-4.

2012

107) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Grant E. Brown and Douglas P. Chivers (2012). Temperature-mediated changes in rates of predator forgetting in woodfrog tadpoles. PLoS ONE 7 e51143. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0051143.

106) Grant E. Brown, Chris K. Elvidge, Maud C.O. Ferrari and Douglas P. Chivers (2012). Understanding the importance of episodic acidification on fish predator-prey interactions: does weak acidification impair predator recognition? Science of the Total Environment, 439, 62-66. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.09.026.

105)  Maud C.O. Ferrari, Jana Vrtělová, Grant E. Brown and Douglas P. Chivers. (2012).  Understanding the role of uncertainty on learning and retention of predator information.  Animal Cognition, 15, 807-813. DOI: 10.1007/s10071-012-0505-y.

104) Chris K. Elvidge and Grant E. Brown (2012).  Visual and chemical cues as complimentary predator attractants in a tropical stream assemblage.  International Journal of Zoology, 2012, Article ID 510920.  DOI: 10.1155/2012.510920.

103) Grant E. Brown, Christopher D. Jackson, Patrick H. Malka, Elisa Jacques and Marc-Andre Couturier. (2012). Disturbance cues in freshwater prey fishes: does urea function as an ‘early warning cue’ in juvenile convict cichlids and rainbow trout? Current Zoology, 58, 250-259.

102) Douglas P. Chivers, Grant E. Brown and Maud C.O. Ferrari. (2012). The evolution of alarm substances and disturbance cues in aquatic animals. In: Chemical Ecology in Aquatic Systems. C. Brönmark and L.-A. Hansson, eds. pp. 127-139.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.

2011

101) Christopher D. Jackson and Grant E. Brown (2011). Differences in antipredator response of wild and hatchery-reared juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) under semi-natural conditions. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 68, 2157-2165. DOI: 10.1139/F2011-129.

100) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Grant E. Brown, Gary R. Bortolotti and Douglas P. Chivers (2011). Prey behaviour across antipredator adaptation types: how does growth trajectory influence learning of predators? Animal Cognition, 14, 809-816.  DOI: 10.1007/s10071-011-0414-5 

99) Grant E. Brown, Maud C.O. Ferrari, Patrick H. Malka, Stephanie Russo, Michelle Tressider and Douglas P. Chivers (2011). Generalized predator and non-predator recognition in juvenile rainbow trout: learning what is and what is not a threat. Animal Behaviour, 81, 1249-1256. DOI: 10.1016/janbehav.2011.03.013

98) Grant E. Brown, Maud C.O. Ferrari, Patrick H. Malka, Marie-Anne Oligny, Matt Romano and Douglas P. Chivers. (2011). Growth rate and retention of chemically mediated predator-recognition by juvenile rainbow trout. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 65, 1267-1276. DOI: 10-1007/s00265-011-1140-3

97) Grant E. Brown, Maud C.O. Ferrari and Douglas P. Chivers. (2011). Learning about danger: chemical alarm cues and threat-sensitive assessment of predation risk by fishes. In: Fish Cognition and Behaviour, 2nd edition. C. Brown, K.N. Laland & J. Krause, eds. pp. 59-80, Blackwell, London. 

96) Jae-Woo Kim, James W.A. Grant and Grant E. Brown (2011). Do juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) use chemosensory cues to detect and avoid risky habitats in the wild? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 68, 655-662.  DOI: 10.1139/f2011-011.  

95) Jae-Woo Kim, Jacquelyn L.A. Wood, James W.A. Grant and Grant E. Brown (2011). Acute and chronic increases in predation risk affect the territorial behaviour of juvenile Atlantic salmon in the wild. Animal Behaviour, 81, 93-99.  DOI: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2010.09.017.

2010

94) István Imre, Grant E. Brown, Roger A Bergstedt and Rodney McDonald. (2010). Use of chemosenosry cues as repellents for sea lamprey: potential directions for population management. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 36, 790-793.  DOI: 10.1016/j.jrlr.2010.07.004.

93) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Grant E. Brown, Christopher D. Jackson, Patrick H. Malka and Douglas P. Chivers. (2010).  Differential retention of predator recognition by juvenile rainbow trout. Behaviour, 147, 1791-1802.  DOI: 10.1163/000579510X535677.

92) Chris K. Elvidge, Indar Ramnarine, Jean-Guy J. Godin and Grant E. Brown. (2010). Size-mediated response to public cues of predation risk in a tropical stream fish. Journal of Fish Biology. 77, 1632-1644. DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2010.01798.x.

91) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Grant E. Brown, Gary R. Bortolotti and Douglas P. Chivers. (2010). Linking predator risk and uncertainty to adaptive forgetting: a theoretical framework and empirical test using tadpoles.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B.  277, 2205-2210. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2009.2117.

90) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Jae-woo Kim, Camille J. Macnaughton and Grant E. Brown (2010). The sensory complement model helps predict diel alarm response patterns in juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) under natural conditions. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 88, 398-403. DOI: 10.1139/Z10-016.

89) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Chris K. Elvidge, Christopher D. Jackson, Douglas P. Chivers & Grant E. Brown (2010). The responses of prey fish to temporal variation is risk: sensory habituation or risk assessment?  Behavioral Ecology, 21, 532-536.  DOI: 10.1093/beheco/arq023.

88) Grant E. Brown, Chris K. Elvidge, Camille J. Macnaughton, Indar Ramnarine and Jean-Guy J. Godin. (2010). Cross-population responses to conspecific chemical alarm cues in wild Trinidadian guppies, Poecilia reticulata: evidence for local conservation of cue production. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 88, 138-146. DOI: 10.1139/z09-127.

87) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Ellie Roh, Camille J. Macnaughton, Frederic Benz, Jordan Rosenfeld and Grant E. Brown. (2010). Ambient pH and the response to chemical alarm cues in juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): mechanisms of reduced behavioral responses. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 139, 117-128. DOI: 10.1577/T09-024.1

2009

86) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Ellie Roh and Grant E. Brown. (2009). Effects of acid rainfall on juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) antipredator behaviour: loss of chemical alarm function and potential survival consequences during predation. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60, 1223-1230. DOI: 10.1071/MF08323

85) Grant E. Brown, Mark C. Harvey, Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Maud C.O. Ferrari and Douglas P. Chivers. (2009). Social context, competitive interations and the dynamic nature of antipredator responses of juvenile rainbow trout. Journal of Fish Biology, 75, 552-562. DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2009.02305.x

84) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Grant E. Brown , Francois Messier and Douglas P. Chivers (2009). Threat-sensitive generalization of predator recognition by larval amphibians. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63, 1369-1375. DOI 10.1007/s00265-009-0779-5

83) Meaghan A. Vavrek and Grant E. Brown (2009).  Threat-sensitive responses to disturbance cues in juvenile convict cichlids and rainbow trout.  Annales Zoologici Fennici, 46, 171-180. 

82) Jae-woo Kim, Grant E. Brown, Ivan J. Dolinsek, Nathalie N. Brodeur, Antoine O.H.C. Leduc and James W.A. Grant. (2009).  Additive and interactive effects of chemical and visual information in eliciting antipredator behaviour in juvenile Altantic salmon, Salmo salar L. Journal of Fish Biology, 74, 1280-1290. DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2009.02199.x

81) Grant E. Brown, Camille J. Macnaughton, Chris K. Elvidge, Indar Ramnarine and Jean-Guy J. Godin. (2009).  Provenance and threat-sensitive predator avoidance patterns in wild-caught Trinidadian guppies.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63, 699-706.  DOI: 10.1007/s00265-008-0703-4

2008

80) Meaghan A. Vavrek, Chris K. Elvidge, Robert Decarie, Brenna Belland, Christopher D. Jackson and Grant E. Brown (2008). Disturbance cues in freshwater prey fishes: do juvenile convict cichlids and rainbow trout respond to ammonium as an ‘early warning’ signal? Chemoecology, 18: 255-261. DOI 10.1007/s00049-008-0412-5.

79) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Meaghan A. Vavrek, Chris K. Elvidge, Bryan Fridman, Douglas P. Chivers and Grant E. Brown (2008).  Sensory complementation and the acquisition of predator recognition by salmonid fishes. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63, 113-121.  DOI 10.1007/s00265-008-0641-1  

78) Douglas P. Chivers, X. Zhao, Grant E. Brown, Tracy A. Marchant and Maud C.O. Ferrari (2008). Predator-induced changes in morphology of a prey fish: the effects of food level and temp) oral  frequency of predation risk. Evolutionary Ecology, 22, 561-574.

77) Jennifer J. Smith, Antoine O.H.C. Leduc and Grant E. Brown.  (2008).  Chemically mediated learning in juvenile rainbow trout.  Does predator odour pH influence intensity and retention of acquired predator recognition?  Journal of Fish Biology, 72, 1750-1760.  doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2008.01849.x

76) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Fabien C. Lamaze, Lindsay McGraw and Grant E. Brown.  (2008). Response to chemical alarm cues under weakly acidic conditions: a graded loss of antipredator behaviour in juvenile rainbow trout.  Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 189, 179-187. 

75) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Alix C. Rive, Camille J. Macnaughton, Grant E. Brown and Douglas P. Chivers. (2008). Fixed vs. random temporal predictability of predation risk: an extension of the Risk Allocation Hypothesis. Ethology, 114: 238-244.  

2007

74) Douglas P. Chivers, Brian D. Wisenden, Carrie J. Hindman, Tracy A. Michalak, Robin C. Kusch, Susan G.W. Kaminskyj, Kristin L. Jack, Michael S. Pollock, Shireen Alemadi, Clayton T. James, Rachel K. Savaloja, Cameron P. Goater, Amber Corwin, Reehan S. Mirza, Joseph M. Kiesecker, Grant E. Brown, James C. Adrian, Jr., Patrick H. Krone, Andrew R. Blaustein and Alicia Mathis.  (2007).  Epidermal ‘alarm substance’ cells of fishes maintained by non-alarm functions: possible defence against pathogens, parasites and UVB radiation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 274, 2611-2619. 

73) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Ellie Roh, Cindy Breau and Grant E. Brown. (2007) Effects of ambient acidity on chemosensory learning: example of an environmental constraint on acquired predator recognition in wild juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar).  Ecology of Freshwater Fishes, 16, 385-394.  (included in VIRTUAL ISSUE: Editor's Choice for the delegates of the 2007 Symposium for European Freshwater Science) 

72) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Ellie Roh, Cindy Breau and Grant E. Brown. (2007). Learned recognition of a novel odour by wild juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) under fully natural conditions.  Animal Behaviour, 73, 471-477.  

2006

71) Grant E. Brown and Douglas P. Chivers. (2006).  Learning about danger: chemical alarm cues and local risk assessment in prey fishes.  In: Fish Cognition and Behaviour.  C. Brown, K.N. Laland and J. Krause (eds). Blackwell, London, pp. 49-69.

70) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Ellie Roh, Mark C. Harvey and Grant E. Brown. (2006).  Impaired detection of chemical alarm cues by juvenile wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in a weakly acidic environment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 63, 2356-2363.  

69) Grant E. Brown, Alix C. Rive, Maud C.O. Ferrari and Douglas P. Chivers. (2006) The dynamic nature of anti-predator behaviour: prey fish integrate threat-sensitive anti-predator responses within background levels of predation risk.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 61, 9-16.  

68) C.F. Purchase, H.P. Benoit, D.L. Boyce, Grant E. Brown, V. Gotceitas, B.J. Laurel, V. Puvanendran and R.J. Thompson. (2006). Joseph A. Brown, a tribute.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 63, iii-iv.  

67) Jocelyn M. Kelly, James C. Adrian, Jr., and Grant E. Brown. (2006). Can the ratio of aromatic skeletons explain cross-species responses within evolutionarily conserved Ostariophysan alarm cues?: testing the purine-ratio hypothesis. Chemoecology, 16, 93-96. 

66) Grant E. Brown, Tony Bongiorno, Daniel M. DiCapua, Laura I. Ivan, and Ellie Roh. (2006).  Effects of group size on the threat-sensitive response to varying concentrations of chemical alarm cues by juvenile convict cichlids. Canadian Journal of Zoology,  84, 1-8.  

2005

65) Michael S. Pollock, Xiaoxia Zhao, Grant E. Brown, Robin C. Kusch, Robyn J. Pollock and Douglas P. Chivers. (2005)  The response of convict cichlids to damage release cues: an integrated study of behaviour, growth and reproduction. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 42, 485-495.  

64) Patricia Foam, Reehan S. Mirza, Douglas P. Chivers and Grant E. Brown. (2005).  Juvenile convict cichlids (Archocentrus nigrofasciatus) allocate foraging in response to temporal variation in predation risk. Behaviour, 142, 129-144.  

63) Maud C.O. Ferrari, Jennifer J. Trowell, Grant E. Brown and Douglas P. Chivers. (2005). The role of learning in the development of threat-sensitive predator avoidance by fathead minnows.  Animal Behaviour, 70, 777-784. 

62) Tamara Darwish, Reehan S. Mirza, Antoine O.H.C. Leduc and Grant E. Brown. (2005).  Acquired recognition of novel predator odour cocktails by juvenile glowlight tetras.  Animal Behaviour, 70, 83-89.  

61) Patricia Foam, Mark Harvey, Reehan S. Mirza and Grant E. Brown. (2005). Heads up: Juvenile convict cichlids rely on chemosensory information to make threat-sensitive foraging decisions.  Animal Behaviour, 70, 601-607.  

60) Justin L. Golub, Veronique Vermette and Grant E. Brown. (2005). The response of pumpkinseed sunfish to conspecific and heterospecific chemical alarm cues under natural conditions: the effects of stimulus type, habitat and ontogeny.  Journal of Fish Biology, 66, 1073-1081.  

59) Grant E. Brown and Douglas P. Chivers. (2005).  Learning as an adaptive response to predation.  In: Ecology of Predator-Prey Interactions. P. Barbosa and I. Castellanos (eds). pp. 34-54, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

58) Grant E. Brown (2005). Local predation risk assessment based on low concentration chemical alarm cues in prey fishes: evidence for threat-sensitivity. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates X.  R.T. Mason, M. LeMaster and D. Müller-Schwarze (eds.) pp. 313-320. Springer, New York.

57) Michael S. Pollock, Douglas P. Chivers, Robert G. Friesen, Robin J. Tremaine, Robyn C. Kusch, X. Zhao and Grant E. Brown.  (2005). Learned recognition of heterospecific alarm cues by prey fishes: a case study of minnows and stickleback. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates X.  R.T. Mason, M. LeMaster and D. Müller-Schwarze (eds.) pp. 321-327. Springer, New York.

2004

56) Ellie Roh, Reehan S. Mirza and Grant E. Brown. (2004). Quality or quantity?  The role of donor condition in the production of chemical alarm cues in juvenile convict cichlids. Behaviour, 141, 1235-1248.  

55) Mark C. Harvey and Grant E. Brown. (2004). Dine or Dash?: Ontogenetic shifts in the response of yellow perch to conspecific alarm cues.  Environmental Biology of Fishes, 70, 345-352.  

54) Jaewoo Kim, Grant E. Brown and James W.A. Grant. (2004). Interactions between patch size and predation risk affect competitive aggression and size variation in juvenile convict cichlids.  Animal Behaviour,  68, 1181-1187.  

53) Grant E. Brown, Patricia E. Foam, Hilary E. Cowell, Palestina Guevara-Fiore and Douglas P. Chivers. (2004). Production of chemical alarm cues in juvenile convict cichlids: the effect of diet, condition, and ontogeny. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 41, 487-499.  GET REPRINT

52) Grant E. Brown, Jean-Francois Poirier and James C. Adrian, Jr. (2004). Assessment of local predation risk: the role of sub-threshold concentration of chemical alarm cues. Behavioral Ecology, 15, 810-815.

51) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Maud C.O. Ferrari, Jocelyn M. Kelly and Grant E. Brown. (2004). Learning to recognize novel predators under weakly acidic conditions: the effects of reduced pH on acquired predator recognition by juvenile rainbow trout (Onchorhynchus mykiss). Chemoecology, 14, 107-112.  

50) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Jocelyn M. Kelly and Grant E. Brown. (2004).  Detection of conspecific alarm cues by juvenile salmonids under neutral and weakly acidic conditions: laboratory and field tests.  Oecologia, 139, 318-324. 

2003

49) Jason Marcus and Grant E. Brown. (2003). Response of pumpkinseed sunfish to conspecific chemical alarm cues: an interaction between ontogeny and stimulus concentration. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 81, 1671-1677. 

48) Antoine O.H.C. Leduc, Meghan K. Noseworthy, James C. Adrian, Jr. and Grant E. Brown.  (2003).  Detection of conspecific and heterospecific alarm signals by juvenile pumpkinseed under weak acidic conditions. Journal of Fish Biology, 63, 1331-1336. 

47) Grant E. Brown and Gaelle Magnavacca. (2003).  Predator inspection behaviour in a  characin fish: an interaction between chemical and visual information? Ethology, 109, 739-750.  

46) Grant E. Brown, James C. Adrian, Jr., Nabil T. Naderi, Mark C. Harvey and Jocelyn M. Kelly. (2003).  Nitrogen-oxides elicit antipredator responses in juvenile channel catfish, but not convict cichlids or rainbow trout: conservation of the Ostariophysan alarm pheromone.  Journal of Chemical Ecology, 29, 1781-1796.  

45) Grant E. Brown. (2003).  Learning about danger: chemical alarm cues and local risk assessment in prey fishes. Fish and Fisheries, 4, 227-234.  (invited review).  

44) Justin L. Golub and Grant E. Brown. (2003).  Are all signals the same?:  Ontogenetic changes in the response to conspecific and heterospecific alarm signals by juvenile green sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 54, 113-118.  

2002

43) Grant E. Brown, Gershaneck, D.L., Plata, D.L. and Golub J.L. (2002).  Ontogenetic changes in response to heterospecific alarm cues by juvenile largemouth bass are phenotypically plastic. Behaviour, 139, 913-927. 

42) Grant E. Brown, James C. Adrian, Jr., Michael G. Lewis and Jon M. Tower. (2002).  The effects of reduced pH on chemical alarm signalling in Ostariophysan fishes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 59, 1331-1338. 

41) Grant E. Brown and Victoria M Dreier. (2002).  Predator inspection behaviour and attack cone avoidance in a characin fish: the effects of predator diet and prey experience.  Animal Behaviour, 63, 1175-1181. 

40) Grant E. Brown and Melissa M. Zachar. (2002).  Chemical predator inspection in a characin fish (Hemigrammus erythrozonus, Characidae, Ostariophysi): the effects of mixed predator diets. Ethology, 108, 451-462. 

2001

39) Grant E. Brown, James C. Adrian, Jr., Todd Patton and Douglas P. Chivers. (2001).  Fathead minnows learn to recognize predator odour when exposed to concentrations of artificial alarm pheromones below their behavioural response thresholds.  Canadian Journal of Zoology, 79, 2239-2245.  

38) Grant E. Brown, James C. Adrian, Jr., Jody Erickson, Ilyssa H. Kaufman and Devon Gershaneck.  (2001).  Responses to nitrogen-oxides by Characiforme fishes suggest evolutionary conservation in Ostariophysan alarm pheromones.  In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, Volume 9.  A. Marchlewska-Koj, J.J. Lepri and D. Müller-Schwarze (eds.)  pp. 305-312.  Plenum Press, New York.

37) Grant E. Brown and Erica M. Schwarzbauer. (2001). Chemical predator inspection and attack cone avoidance in a Characin fish: the effects of predator diet. Behaviour, 138, 727-739.  

36) Grant E. Brown, Justin L. Golub and Desiree Plata (2001).  Attack cone avoidance during predator inspection visits by wild finescale dace (Phoxinus neogaeus): the effects of predator diet.  Journal of Chemical Ecology, 27, 1657-1666. 

35) Grant E. Brown, Valerie Le Blanc and Lindsay E. Porter.  (2001). Ontogenetic changes in the response of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides, Centrarchidae, Perciformes) to heterospecific alarm pheromones.  Ethology, 107, 401-414. 

34) Grant E. Brown, James C. Adrian, Jr. and Matthew Shih. (2001).  Behavioural responses of fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) to hypoxanthine-3-N-oxide at varying concentrations. Journal of Fish Biology, 58, 1465-1470. 

2000

33) Grant E. Brown and Scott Brennan. (2000). Chemical alarm signals in juvenile green sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus, Centrarchidae). Copeia, 2000, 1079-1082.

32) Grant E. Brown, Jessica A. Paige and Jean-Guy J. Godin.  (2000).  Chemically-mediated predator inspection behaviour in the absence of predator visual cues by a characin fish.  Animal Behaviour, 60, 315-321.  

31) Grant E. Brown and Joseph Cowan.  (2000).  Foraging trade-offs and predator inspection in an Ostariophysan fish: switching from chemical to visual cues.  Behaviour, 137, 181-196.  

30) Grant E. Brown, James C. Adrian, Jr., Erin Smyth, Heather Leet and Scott Brennan. (2000).  Ostariophysan alarm pheromones: laboratory and field tests of the functional significance of nitrogen-oxides.  Journal of Chemical Ecology, 26, 139-154.  

29) Alicia Mathis, Douglas P. Chivers, Brain D. Wisenden, Grant E. Brown and Reehan S. Mirza. (2000).  A tribute to R. Jan F. Smith 1940-1998. Oikos, 88, 100-102.  

1999 and earlier

28) Douglas P. Chivers, Alicia Mathis, Grant E. Brown, Reehan S. Mirza, and Brain D. Wisenden.  (1999).  Scratching the skin of predator-prey interaction in fishes: a tribute to R. Jan F. Smith (1940-1998).  Environmental Biology of Fishes, 56, 343-350.  

27) Grant E. Brown and Jean-Guy J. Godin. (1999). Chemical alarm signals in Trinidadian guppies: laboratory and field evidence.  Canadian Journal of Zoology, 77, 562-570. 

26) Grant E. Brown, Jean-Guy J. Godin and Jessica Pederson. (1999). Fin flicking behaviour: a visual antipredator alarm signal in a characin fish (Hemigrammus erythrozonus). Animal Behaviour, 59, 469-476.  

25) Grant E. Brown and Jean-Guy Godin. (1999).  Who dares, learns: chemical inspection behaviour and acquired predator recognition in a characin fish.  Animal Behaviour, 57, 475-481. 

24) John I. Garver, Paul G. Gremillion, Don T. Rodbell, Grant E. Brown and Mike E. Hagerman. (1999). Enhancing cross-disciplinary learning through limnological studies in the Environmental Studies program at Union College. EOS Transactions, American Geological Union, 80, 121-123.

23) Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith. (1998). Acquired predator recognition in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): conditioning hatchery reared fish to recognize chemical cues of a predator. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 55, 611-617. 

22) Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith, (1997).  Conspecific skin extract elicits anti-predator behaviour in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).  Canadian Journal of Zoology, 75, 1916-1922.  

21) Grant E. Brown and Jean-Guy J. Godin. (1997).  Anti-predator responses to conspecific and heterospecific skin extract by threespine sticklebacks: alarm pheromones revisited. Behaviour, 134, 1123-1134.  

20) Grant E. Brown, Douglas P. Chivers and R. Jan F. Smith (1997).  Differential learning rates of chemical versus visual cues of a northern pike by fathead minnows in a natural habitat.  Environmental Biology of Fishes, 49, 89-96. 

19) Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith (1996).  Foraging trade-offs in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas): acquired predator recognition in the absence of an alarm response.  Ethology, 102, 776-785.

18) Douglas P. Chivers, Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith, (1996).  The evolution of chemical alarm signals: attracting predators benefits alarm signal senders.  American Naturalist, 148, 649-659.

17) Grant E. Brown and Joseph A. Brown.  (1996)  Kin discrimination in salmonids.  Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 6, 201-219. 

16) Grant E. Brown, Joseph A. Brown and W. Ross Wilson.  (1996). Effects of kinship on the growth of juvenile Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus).  Journal of Fish Biology, 48, 313-320.

15) Grant E. Brown and Joseph A. Brown.  (1996).  Does kin-biased behaviour increase kin-biased foraging in juvenile salmonids?  Behavioral Ecology, 7, 24-29.

14) Grant E. Brown, Douglas P. Chivers, and R. Jan F. Smith.  (1996).  The effects of diet on localized defecation by northern pike, Esox luciusJournal of Chemical Ecology, 22, 467-475.

13) Grant E. Brown, Douglas P. Chivers and R. Jan F. Smith.  (1995).  Fathead minnows avoid conspecific and heterospecific alarm pheromones in the faeces of northern pike.  Journal of Fish Biology, 47, 387-393.

12) Brian D. Wisenden, Douglas P. Chivers, Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith. (1995).  The role of experience in risk assessment: avoidance of areas chemically labeled with fathead minnow alarm pheromone by conspecifics and heterospecifics.  Écoscience, 2, 116-122.

11) Douglas P. Chivers, Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith. (1995).  Familiarity and shoal cohesion in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas): implications for anti-predator behaviour.  Canadian Journal of Zoology, 73, 955-960.

10) Grant E. Brown, Douglas P Chivers and R. Jan F. Smith. (1995). Localization defecation by pike: a response to cyprinid alarm pheromone? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 36, 105-110.

9) Douglas P. Chivers, Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith. (1995). Acquired recognition of predator odour by brook sticklebacks.  Ethology, 99, 234-242.

8) Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith. (1994).  Fathead minnows use chemical cues to discriminate shoalmates from unfamiliar conspecifics.  Journal of Chemical Ecology, 20, 3051-3061.

7) Sandra M. Mercer, Grant E. Brown, Susan Clearwater and Z. Yao. (1993). Observations of the copulatory behaviour of the Ocean pout (Macrozoarces americanus).  Canadian Field Naturalist, 107, 242-244.

6) Grant E. Brown, Joseph A. Brown and Amy M. Crosbie. (1993).  Phenotype matching in juvenile rainbow trout.  Animal Behaviour, 46, 1223-1225.

5) Grant E. Brown and Joseph A. Brown. (1993). Do kin always make better neighbours?: the role of territory quality.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 33, 223-231.

4) Grant E. Brown and Joseph A. Brown. (1993). Social dynamics in salmonid fishes: Do kin make better neighbours? Animal Behaviour, 45, 863-871.

3) Grant E. Brown, Joseph A. Brown and Rakesh K. Srivastava. (1992). The effects of density upon the behaviour of young Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus).  Journal of Fish Biology, 41, 955-963.

2) Grant E. Brown and Joseph A. Brown. (1992).  Do rainbow trout and Atlantic salmon discriminate kin?  Canadian Journal of Zoology, 70, 1636-1640.

1) G.L. Chew and Grant E. Brown. (1989).  Orientation of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) in normal and null magnetic fields. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 67, 641-643. 

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