Kristal Kostoglou

Email knko@deakin.edu.au
Phone N/A
Campus Burwood
Supervisor Mike Weston,
Grainne Maguire,
Wouter Van Dongen

Thesis title
Functions and costs of embryonic communication among shorebirds

Research interests
1. Embryonic vocalization
2. Conservation Biology
3. Predator-prey dynamics

Career
2017 – Current: PhD, Deakin University, Australia
2015: Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honours), Deakin University, Burwood
2012 – 2014: Bachelor of Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology), Deakin University, Burwood

Key publications

Kostoglou, K., Van Dongen, W. F., Lees, D., Maguire, G. S., & Weston, M. A. (2017). Acoustic cues from within the egg do not heighten depredation risk to shorebird clutches. Behavioral Ecology, 28(3), 811-817.

Lethlean, H., Van Dongen, W. F., Kostoglou, K., Guay, P. J., & Weston, M. A. (2017). Joggers cause greater avian disturbance than walkers. Landscape and Urban Planning, 159, 42-47.