My research page on Google Scholar and ResearchGate

List of publications

Corcoran, A. J.  (2022). Sing or Jam? Density-Dependent Food Competition Strategies in Mexican Free-Tailed Bats (Tadarida brasiliensis). (2022) Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10: 877579

Corcoran, A. J., T. W. Weller, A. Hopkins* and Y. Yovel (2021). Silence and reduced echolocation during flight are associated with social behaviors in male hoary bats (Lasiurus cinereus) Scientific Reports 11: 18637

Parikh*, M. B., A. J. Corcoran and T. L. Hedrick (2019). Competition and cooperation among chimney swifts at roost entry. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 14:055005

Lohman*, A. C., A. J. Corcoran, and T. L. Hedrick (2019). Dragonflies use underdamped pursuit to chase conspecifics. Journal of Experimental Biology. 222: jeb190884

Corcoran, A. J. and T. L. Hedrick (2019). Compound-V formations in shorebird flocks. eLife.8:e45071

Corcoran, A. J. and T. J. Weller (2018). Inconspicuous echolocation in hoary bats (Lasiurus cinereus). Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 285. 20180441.

Corcoran, A. J., and C. F. Moss (2017). Sensing in a noisy world: lessons from auditory specialists, echolocating bats. Journal of Experimental Biology. 220: 4554-4566.

Corcoran, A. J., and W. E. Conner (2017). Predator counteradaptations: stealth echolocation overcomes insect sonar-jamming and evasive-manoeuvring defences. Animal Behaviour. 132: 291-301.

Corcoran, A. J., and W. E. Conner (2016). How moths escape bats: Predicting outcomes of predator-prey interactions. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 2704-2715

Corcoran, A. J., and H. A. Woods (2015). Negligible energetic cost of sonar jamming in a bat-moth interaction. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 93: 331-335.

Corcoran, A. J., and W. E. Conner (2014). Bats jamming bats: Food competition through sonar interference. Science 346: 745-747.

Corcoran, A. J., N. I. Hristov (2014). Convergent evolution of anti-bat sounds. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 200: 811-821.

Corcoran, A. J., R. D. Wagner*, and W. E. Conner (2013). Optimal predator risk assessment by the sonar-jamming arctiine moth Bertholdia trigona. PLoS ONE 8: e63609.

Corcoran, A. J., and W. E. Conner (2012). Sonar-jamming in the field: effectiveness and behavior of a unique prey defense. Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 4278-4287.

Conner, W. E., and A. J. Corcoran (2012). Sound Strategies: the 65-million-year-old battle between bats and insects Annual Review of Entomology 57: 21-39.

Corcoran, A.J., J.R. Barber, N.I. Hristov, and W.E. Conner (2011). How do tiger moths jam bat sonar? Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 2416-2425.

Corcoran, A.J., Conner, W.E., and J.R. Barber (2010). Anti-bat tiger moth sounds: Form and function. Current Zoology 56: 343-357.

Corcoran, A.J., Barber, J.R., and W.E. Conner (2009). Tiger moth jams bat sonar. Science 325: 325-327

Corcoran, A.J. (2007). Automated acoustic identification of nine bat species of the Eastern United States. Master’s thesis. Humboldt State University.

General audience

“Aaron Corcoran: A Passion for Bats.” Today’s Science. Infobase Learning. December, 2014. Web. Interview for the series Conversations with Scientists

“A Tiger Moth’s Secret Weapon: Jamming Echolocation Calls Gives the Insect an Edge.” BATS Magazine. Bat Conservation International. October, 2013. Print.

“Echolocation Jamming”. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. May, 2013. Web. LINK Featured on Wikipedia’s homepage, May 28th, 2013.

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