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Hristov, N I and Nikolaidis, D and Hubel, T Y and Allen, L C (2019) Estimating Overwintering Monarch Butterfly Populations Using Terrestrial LiDAR Scanning. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.

Bennitt, E and Hubel, T Y and Bartlam-Brooks, H L A and Wilson, A M (2019) Possible causes of divergent population trends in sympatric African herbivores. PLoS One, 14 (3). e0213720.

Bennitt, E and Bartlam-Brooks, H L A and Hubel, T Y and Wilson, A M (2019) Terrestrial mammalian wildlife responses to Unmanned Aerial Systems approaches. Scientific Reports (Nature), 9 (2142).

Chisholm, S and Stein, A B and Jordan, N R and Hubel, T Y and Shawe-Taylor, J and Fearn, T and McNutt, J W and Wilson, A M and Hailes, S (2019) Parsimonious test of dynamic interaction. Ecology and Evolution.

Curtin, N A and Bartlam-Brooks, H L A and Hubel, T Y and Lowe, J C and Gardner-Medwin, A R and Bennitt, M and Amos, S J and Lorenc, M and West, T G and Wilson, A M (2018) Remarkable muscles, remarkable locomotion in desert-dwelling wildebeest. Nature.

Usherwood, J R and Hubel, T Y and Smith, B J H and Self Davies, Z T and Sobota, G (2018) The scaling or ontogeny of human gait kinetics and walk-run transition: The implications of work vs. peak power minimization. JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS, 81. pp. 12-21.

Hubel, T Y and Golabek, K A and Rafiq, K and Weldon McNutt, J and Wilson, A M (2018) Movement patterns and athletic performance of leopards in the Okavango Delta. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 141 (4). pp. 1017-1027.

Wilson, A M and Hubel, T Y and Wilshin, S D and Lowe, J C and Lorenc, M and Dewhirst, O P and Bartlam-Brooks, H L A and Diack, R A and Bennitt, E and Golabek, K A and Woledge, R and McNutt, J W and Curtin, N A and West, T G (2018) Biomechanics of predator–prey arms race in lion, zebra, cheetah and impala. Nature, 554 (7691). 183+. ISSN 0028-0836

Dewhirst, O P and Roskilly, K and Hubel, T Y and Jordan, N R and Golabek, K A and McNutt, J W and Wilson, A M (2017) An exploratory clustering approach for extracting stride parameters from tracking collars on free-ranging wild animals. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 220 (3). pp. 341-346.

Van Der Weyde, L K and Hubel, T Y and Horgan, J and Shotton, J and McKenna, R and Wilson, A M (2017) Movement patterns of cheetahs ( Acinonyx jubatus ) in farmlands in Botswana. Biology Open, 6. pp. 118-124.

Hubel, T Y and Shotton, J and Wilshin, S D and Horgan, J and Klein, R and McKenna, R and Wilson, A M (2016) Cheetah Reunion – The Challenge of Finding Your Friends Again. PLoS One.

Harvey, R J and Roskilly, K and Buse, C and Evans, H K and Hubel, T Y and Wilson, A M (2016) Determining position, velocity and acceleration of free-ranging animals with a low-cost unmanned aerial system. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 219 (17). pp. 2687-2692.

Hubel, T Y and Hristov, N I and Swartz, S M and Breuer, K S (2016) Wake structure and kinematics in two insectivorous bats. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371 (1704).

Dewhirst, O P and Evans, H K and Roskilly, K and Harvey, R J and Hubel, T Y and Wilson, A M (2016) Improving the accuracy of estimates of animal path and travel distance using GPS drift-corrected dead reckoning. Ecology and Evolution, 6 (17). pp. 6210-6222.

Hubel, T Y and Myatt, J P and Jordan, N R and Dewhirst, O P and Weldon McNutt, J and Wilson, A M (2016) Additive opportunistic capture explains group hunting benefits in African wild dogs. Nature Communications, 7. p. 11033.

Hubel, T Y and Myatt, J P and Jordan, N R and Dewhirst, O P and McNutt, J W and Wilson, A M (2016) Energy cost and return for hunting in African wild dogs and Cheetahs. Nature Communications, 7.

Harvey, R J and Buse, C and Roskilly, K and Hubel, T Y and Wilson, A M (2016) CALIBRATION OF NATURAL TERRAIN AND COLLECTION OF LOCOMOTOR DATA ON FREE RANGING ANIMALS USING A LOW COST UAS PLATFORM. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 56. E85-E85.

Evans, H K and Dewhirst, O P and Roskilly, K and Hubel, T Y and Harvey, R J and Wilson, A M (2016) INCREASING LOW SAMPLE RATE GPS PATH RESOLUTION USING DEAD-RECKONING: VALIDATION IN FREELY MOVING ANIMALS FITTED WITH WILDLIFE TRACKING COLLARS. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 56. E62-E62.

Hubel, T Y and Usherwood, J R (2015) Children and adults minimise activated muscle volume by selecting gait parameters that balance gross mechanical power and work demands. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 218 (PT 18). pp. 2830-2839.

Evans, H and Roskilly, K and Lowe, J C and Dewhirst, O P and Hubel, T Y and Wilson, A M (2015) CAN DEAD RECKONING TECHNIQUES IMPROVE TEMPORAL RESOLUTION OF MEASUREMENTS FROM TRACKING COLLARS? Integrative and Comparative Biology, 55. E252-E252.

Harvey, R and Buse, C and Lowe, J C and Roskilly, K and Hubel, T Y and Wilson, A M (2015) DETERMINING SPEED, TRACK AND ACCELERATION OF FREE RUNNING ANIMALS FROM A LOW COST UAV PLATFORM. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 55. E271-E271.

Hubel, T Y and Myatt, J P and Jordan, N R and Dewhirst, O P and McNutt, J W and Wilson, A M (2015) MODERN AFRICAN WILD DOGS - OPPORTUNISTS RATHER THAN SPECIALISTS. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 55. E83-E83.

Dewhirst, O P and Hubel, T Y and Myatt, J P and Jordan, N R and McNutt, J W and Wilson, A M (2015) PREFERRED SPEEDS AND GAIT CLASSIFICATION IN FREE RANGING AFRICAN CARNIVORES. Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Integrative-and-Comparative-Biology (SICB), 55. E44-E44.

Portugal, S J and Hubel, T Y and Fritz, J and Heese, S and Trobe, D and Voelkl, B and Hailes, S and Wilson, A M and Usherwood, J R (2014) Upwash exploitation and downwash avoidance by flap phasing in ibis formation flight. Nature, 505 (7483). 399-+.

Hubel, T Y and Usherwood, J R (2013) Vaulting mechanics successfully predict decrease in walk-run transition speed with incline. Biology Letters, 9 (2).

Portugal, S J and Hubel, T Y and Fritz, J and Wilson, A M and Usherwood, J R (2013) THE AERODYNAMICS OF FLAPPING V FORMATION FLIGHT. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 53. E170-E170.

Hubel, T Y and Usherwood, J R (2013) TORQUES IN RUNNING AND FEET IN WALKING - HOW DEVIATIONS FROM POINT MASS MODELS GIVE INSIGHT INTO BIPEDAL LOCOMOTION. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 53. E97-E97.

Hubel, T Y and Hristov, N I and Swartz, S M and Breuer, K S (2012) Changes in kinematics and aerodynamics over a range of speeds in Tadarida brasiliensis, the Brazilian free-tailed bat. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY INTERFACE, 9 (71). pp. 1120-1130.

Usherwood, J R and Hubel, T Y (2012) Energetically optimal running requires torques about the centre of mass. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY INTERFACE, 9 (73). pp. 2011-2015.

Hubel, T Y and Usherwood, J R (2012) WALKING IN CHILDREN - THE STORY OF AN ADDITIONAL GAIT. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 52. E82-E82.

Usherwood, J R and Channon, A J and Myatt, J P and Rankin, J W and Hubel, T Y (2012) The human foot and heel-sole-toe walking strategy: a mechanism enabling an inverted pendular gait with low isometric muscle force? JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY INTERFACE, 9 (75). pp. 2396-2402.

Hubel, T Y and Riskin, D K and Swartz, S M and Breuer, K S (2010) Wake structure and wing kinematics: the flight of the lesser dog-faced fruit bat, Cynopterus brachyotis. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 213 (20). pp. 3427-3440.

Hubel, T Y and Tropea, C (2010) The importance of leading edge vortices under simplified flapping flight conditions at the size scale of birds. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 213 (11). pp. 1930-1939.

Conference or Workshop Item

Hubel, T Y and Bartlam-Brooks, H L A and Bennitt, E and Evans, H K and Wilson, A M (2016) COMPARISON OF ENERGETICS AND ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE OF THREE LARGE AFRICAN HERBIVORES. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Usherwood, J R and Hubel, T Y (2016) SCALING OF POWER AND WORK ACCOUNTS FOR SCALING OF ANIMAL POSTURE, AND WALKING AND RUNNING MECHANICS FROM TODDLER TO ADULT. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Harvey, R J and Roskilly, K and Hubel, T Y and Evans, H E and Wilson, A M (2016) A SNAPSHOT OF THE DOMESTIC CAT'S DAILY LIFE IN DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Hubel, T Y and Curtin, N A and Woledge, R C and West, T G and Wilson, A M (2014) MUSCLE POWER IN PREDATOR AND PREY SPECIES. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Hubel, T Y and Usherwood, J R (2011) LIMITATIONS FOR WALKING SPEEDS - HOW ACCURATE ARE PREDICTIONS BASED ON A REDUCTIONIST INVERTED PENDULUM MODEL. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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