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Number of items: 18.

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Brittain, S; Ngo Bata, M; De Ornellas, P; Milner-Gulland, EJ; Rowcliffe, M; (2018) Combining local knowledge and occupancy analysis for a rapid assessment of forest elephants in Cameroon’s timber production forests. Oryx (In press).

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Duncan, C; Owen, H; Thompson, J; Koldewey, H; Primavera, J; Pettorelli, N; (2018) Satellite remote sensing to monitor mangrove forest resilience and resistance to sea level rise in ecology and evolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution (In press).

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Gibb, R; Moses, LM; Redding, DW; Jones, KE; (2018) Understanding the cryptic nature of Lassa Fever in West Africa. Pathogens and Global Health (In press).

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Hardesty-Moore, M; Deinet, S; Freeman, R; Titcomb, GC; Dillon, EM; Stears, K; Klope, M; ... McCauley, DJ; + view all (2018) Migration in the Anthropocene: how collective navigation, environmental system, and taxonomy shape the vulnerability of migratory species. Philosophical Transactions B: Biological Sciences 10.1098/rstb.2017.0017. (In press).

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Lawson, B; Robinson, RA; Toms, MP; Risely, K; Macdonald, S; Cunningham, AA; (2018) Health hazards to wild birds and risk factors associated with anthropogenic food provisioning. Philosophical Transactions B: Biological Sciences (In press).

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Maor, R; Ferguson-Gow, H; Dayan, T; Jones, KE; (2018) Temporal niche expansion in mammals from a nocturnal ancestor after dinosaur extinction. Nature Ecology and Evolution (In press).

Molenaar, FM; Jaffe, JE; Carter, I; Barnett, EA; Shore, RF; Rowcliffe, M; Sainsbury, AW; (2018) Poisoning of reintroduced red kites (Milvus milvus in England. European Journal of Wildlife Research (In press).

Murray, NJ; Keith, DA; Bland, LM; Ferrari, R; Lyons, MB; Lucas, R; Pettorelli, N; (2018) The role of satellite remote sensing in structured ecosystem risk assessments. Science of the Total Environment (In press).

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O'Kelly, HJ; Rowcliffe, M; Durant, S; Milner-Gulland, EJ; (2018) Experimental estimation of snare detectability for robust threat monitoring. Ecology and Evolution (In press).

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Rocchini, D; Luque, S; Pettorelli, N; Bastin, L; Doktor, D; Faedi, N; Feilhauer, H; ... Nagendra, H; + view all (2018) Measuring β-diversity by remote sensing: a challenge for biodiversity monitoring. Methods in Ecology and Evolution (In press).

Roll, U; Feldman, A; Novosolov, M; Allison, A; Bauer, AM; Bernard, R; Bohm, M; ... Meiri, S; + view all (2018) The global distribution of tetrapods reveals a need for targeted reptile conservation. Nature Ecology & Evolution (In press).

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Schulte to Bühne, H; Pettorelli, N; (2018) Better together: Integrating and fusing multispectral and radar satellite imagery to inform biodiversity monitoring, ecological research and conservation science. Methods in Ecology and Evolution (In press).

Schulte-Herbrüggen, B; Cowlishaw, G; Homewood, K; Rowcliffe, M; (2018) Rural protein insufficiency in a wildlife-depleted west African farm-forest landscape. PLoS ONE (In press).

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Wang, J; (2018) Effects of sampling close relatives on some elementary population genetics analyses. Molecular Ecology Resources (In press).

Wang, J; (2018) Estimating genotyping errors from genotype and reconstructed pedigree data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution (In press).

Wang, J; (2018) Estimating pairwise relatedness in a small sample of individuals. Heredity (In press).

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Yang, Z; Shi, C-M; (2018) Coalescent-based analyses of genomic sequence data provide a robust resolution of phylogenetic relationships among major groups of gibbons. Molecular Biology and Evolution (In press).

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Zamora-Gutierrez, V; Pearson, RG; Green, RE; Jones, KE; (2018) Forecasting the combined effects of climate and land-use change on Mexican bats. Diversity and Distributions (In press).

This list was generated on Sun Nov 19 03:49:01 2017 GMT.