Items where Author is "Jordan, N R"

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Rafiq, K and Hayward, M W and Wilson, A M and Meloro, C and Jordan, N R and Wich, S A and McNutt, J W and Golabek, K A (2020) Spatial and temporal overlaps between leopards ( Panthera pardus ) and their competitors in the African large predator guild. Journal of Zoology, 311 (4). pp. 246-259. ISSN 1469-7998

Rafiq, K and Jordan, N R and Meloro, C and Wilson, A M and Hayward, M W and Wich, S A and McNutt, J W (2020) Scent-marking strategies of a solitary carnivore: boundary and road scent marking in the leopard. Animal Behaviour, 161. pp. 115-126.

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.

Rafiq, K and Jordan, N R and Wilson, A M and McNutt, J W and Hayward, M W and Meloro, C and Wich, S A and Golabek, K A (2019) Spatio-temporal factors impacting encounter occurrences between leopards and other large African predators. Journal of Zoology.

Jordan, N R and Buse, C and Wilson, A M and Golabek, K A and Apps, P J and Lowe, J C and Van Der Weyde, L K and McNutt, J W (2017) Dynamics of direct inter-pack encounters in endangered African wild dogs. Behavioural Ecology & Sociobiology, 71 (8). p. 115.

Abrahms, B and Sawyer, S C and Jordan, N R and McNutt, J W and Wilson, A M and Brashares, J S (2017) Does wildlife resource selection accurately inform corridor conservation? Journal of Applied Ecology, 54 (2). pp. 412-422.

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.

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.

Abrahms, B and Jordan, N R and Golabek, K A and McNutt, J W and Wilson, A M and Brashares, J S (2015) Lessons from integrating behaviour and resource selection: activity-specific responses of African wild dogs to roads. ANIMAL CONSERVATION, 19. pp. 247-255.

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.

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