In press • Segre, P.S., Cade, D.E., Calambokidis, J., Fish, F.E., Friedlaender, A.S., Potvin, J., and J.A. Goldbogen. Body flexibility enhances maneuverability in the world’s largest predator. Integrative and Comparative Biology

2018 • Segre, P.S. and A.I. Banet. The origin of avian flight: finding common ground. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.

2018 • Segre, P.S., Bocconcelli, A., Hickmott, L.S., Howes, G., Warren, J.D., and G. Chiang. Offshore hummingbird sightings in Chilean Patagonia. Wilson Journal of Ornithology.

2018 • Dakin, R.*, Segre, P.S.*, Straw, A.D., and D.L. Altshuler. Morphology, muscle capacity, skill and maneuvering ability in hummingbirds. Science.

2017 • Goller, B., Segre, P.S., Middleton, K.M., Dickinson, M.H., and D.L. Altshuler. Visual sensory signals dominate tactile cues during docked feeding in hummingbirds. Frontiers in Neuroscience.

2017 • Saddler, M.R., Bocconcelli, A., Hickmott, L.S., Chiang, G., Landea-Briones, R., Bahamonde, P.A., Howes, G., Segre, P.S., and L.S. Sayigh. Characterizing Chilean blue whale vocalizations with DTAGs: a test of using tag accelerometers for caller identification. Journal of Experimental Biology.

2017 • Skandalis, D.A., Segre, P.S., Bahlman, J.W., Groom, D., Welch Jr., K.C., Witt, C.C., McGuire, J.A., Dudley, R., Lentink, D., and D.L. Altshuler. Individual performance and the biomechanical origin of extreme wing allometry in hummingbirds. Nature Communications.

2017 • Goldbogen, J.A., Cade, D.E., Boersma A., Calambokidis, J., Kahane-Rapport, S., Segre, P.S., Stimpert. A.S., and A.S. Friedlander. Using digital tags with integrated video and inertial sensors to study moving morphology and associated behavior in large aquatic vertebrates. Anatomical Review.

2017 • Segre, P.S., Seakamela, S.M., Meyer, M.A., Findlay, K.P., and J.A. Goldbogen. Flapping flippers: evidence for a hydrodynamically active flipper-stroke in humpback whales. Current Biology.

2017 • Goldbogen, J.A., Cade, D.E., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A.S., Potvin, J., Segre, P.S., and A.J. Werth. How baleen whales feed: the biomechanics of engulfment and filtration. Annual Review of Marine Science.

2016 • Segre, P.S.*, Dakin, R.*, Read, T.J.G, and D.L. Altshuler. Mechanical constraints on flight at high elevation decrease maneuvering performance. Current Biology.

2016 • Segre, P.S., Cade, D.E., Fish, F.E., Potvin, J., Allen, A.N., Calambokidis, J., Friedlaender, A.S., and J.A. Goldbogen. Hydrodynamic properties of fin whale flippers predict maximum rolling performance. J. of Experimental Biology.

2016 • Read, T.J.G.*, Segre, P.S.*, Middleton, K.M., and D.L. Altshuler. Hummingbirds control turning velocity with body orientation and turning radius with asymmetrical wingbeat kinematics. J. Royal Soc. Interface.

2015 • Segre, P.S., Dakin, R., Zordan, V.B., Dickinson, M.H., Straw, A.D., and D.L. Altshuler. Burst muscle performance predicts the speed, acceleration, and turning performance of hummingbirds. eLife.

2015 • Altshuler, D.L., Bahlman, J.W., Dakin, R., Gaede, A.H., Goller, B., Lentink, D., Segre, P.S., and D.A. Skandalis. The biophysics of bird flight: functional relationships integrate aerodynamics, morphology, kinematics, muscles and sensors. Canadian Journal of Zoology.

2012 • Pournazeri, S.*, Segre, P.S.*, Princevac, M. and D.L. Altshuler. Hummingbirds generate bilateral vortex loops during hovering: evidence from flow visualization. Experiments in Fluids.

2012 • Altshuler, D.L., Quicazan-Rubio, E.M., Segre, P.S. and K.M. Middleton. Wingbeat kinematics and motor control of yaw turns in Anna's hummingbirds (Calypte anna). J. of Experimental Biology.

2009 • Jackson, B.E., Dial, K.P., and P.S. Segre. Precocial development of anti-predator locomotor performance in a ground-dwelling bird species (Alectoris chukar). Proc. Royal Soc. B.

2008 • Dial, K.P., Jackson, B.E., and P.S. Segre. A fundamental avian wing-stroke provides a new perspective on the evolution of flight. Nature.

* denotes shared first-authorship