Projects in Progress
Dunoyer2, L.A., D. Coomes1, and P.H. Crowley. Turbidity, fish
predation, and regeneration in crayfish: A field experiment
in a biodiversity hotspot, with a supporting semi-field
experiment. Submitted to Freshwater Ecology.
Crowley, P.H., K. Greene2, S. Peter1, and T. Seale1.
Socializing in experimental streams: crayfish groups
responding to cues, refuges, and day-night conditions. To
be submitted to Freshwater Ecology.
Sasser2, K., T. Seale1, D.F. Westneat4, and P.H. Crowley.
Sequential decisions in the nesting game: trade-offs,
conflict, and infanticide. To be submitted to The American
Cones2, A., D. Coomes2, and P.H. Crowley. Optimizing
embryonic development: the incubation-foraging trade-off.
To be submitted to Behavioral Ecology.
Glover2, K.M., and P.H. Crowley. An integrative approach to
concealed fertility. To be submitted to Trends in Ecology &
Glover2, K.M., M. Von Deylen1, and P.H. Crowley. Self-
deception about fertility in human females. To be
submitted to The American Naturalist.
Crowley, P.H., P.C. Trimmer3, O. Spiegel3, S.M. Ehlman2, and
A. Sih4. Habitat choice and human-induced rapid
environmental change (HIREC): Mitigation by learning? To
be submitted to Behavioral Ecology.
Dillard2, J., and P.H. Crowley. Sibling relatedness and helper
number in cooperative breeding and eusocial systems. To
be submitted to Proceedings of the Royal Society of
Crowley, P.H., L. Lopez3, P.C. Trimmer3, A. Todgham4, M.
Gil3, C. Jones2, and A. Sih4 . Integrating physiological and
behavioral responses to multiple stressor in changing
environments. To be submitted.
Crowley, P.H. Verdicts in criminal trials: justice
approximated? To be submitted.
Ongoing Funded Projects
A remote-video artificial stream facility for the Ecological Research and Education Center, University of Kentucky. NSF FSML 8/1/17-7/31/19 $414,649. (PHC, PI)
Developing theory for human-induced rapid environmental change, NSF IOS 1456724, $505,000, 5/15/15- 5/14/19 (A. Sih, PI; PHC senior scientist)
Stream restoration and student engagement at the EREC field station near the campus. University of Kentucky Student Sustainability Council, $40,796 (PHC, PI)