Trevor Rivers

Lecturer/Academic Program Assoc.
Primary office:
785-864-5798
2045 Haworth Hall


Ph.D., Cornell University, 2007

Teaching

BIOL 105: Biology Orientation Seminar


BIOL 152: Principles of Organismal Biology

Selected Publications

Representative Publications

Rivers, T.J., M.G. Sirota, A.I. Guttentag, D. Ogorondnikov, and I.N. Beloozerova.  2014.  Gaze shifts and fixations dominate gaze behavior of walking cats.  Neuroscience 275: 477-499.

Rivers, T.J. and J.G. Morin. 2013. Female ostracods respond to and intercept artificial conspecific male luminescent courtship displays.  Behavioral Ecology 24(4): 877.

Armer, M.C., W.U. Nilaweera, T.J. Rivers, N.M. Dasgupta, and I.N. Beloozerova. 2013. Effect of light on the activity of motor cortex neurons during locomotion.  Behavioural Brain Research 250: 238-250.

Rivers, T.J. and J.G. Morin. 2012.  The relative cost of using luminescence for sex and defence: light budgets in cypridinid ostrcodes.  Journal of Experimental Biology 215:2860-2868.

Rivers, T.J. and J.G. Morin. 2009.  Plasticity of male mating behavio9ur in a marine bioluminescent ostracodes in both time and space. Animal Behaviour 78(3): 723-734.

McGraw, G.A., J.G. Morin, T.J. Rivers, and Z. Patrawala. 2009. Darkness as an ecological resource:  The role of light in partitioning the nocturnal niche.  Oecologia 160: 525-536.

Rivers, T.J. and J.G. Morin. 2008.  Complex sexual courtship displays by luminescent male marine ostracods.  Journal of Experimental Biology 211:2252-2262.

 


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