2016. Noonan, Michael J., Markham, Andrew, Newman, Chris, Trigoni, Niki, Buesching, Christina D., Ellwood, Stephen A., and Macdonald, David W. 1. Despite the importance of the subterranean ecotope, knowledge of underground movement and behaviour has been extremely limited. Previous technol... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of Oxford.
2011. Dugdale, Hannah L, Pope, Lisa C, Newman, Chris, Macdonald, David W, and Burke, Terry. The Selection, Constraint, Restraint, and Senescence Hypotheses predict how breeding success should vary with age. The Selection Hypothesis predict... Molecular Ecology. University of Oxford and University of Sheffield.
2014. Knowles, Sarah C. L., Wood, Matthew J., Alves, Ricardo, and Sheldon, Ben C. 1. Understanding exactly when, where and how hosts become infected with parasites is critical to understanding host-parasite coevolution. However, ... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of Oxford and University of Gloucestershire.
2015. Bouwhuis, Sandra, Vedder, Oscar, Garroway, Colin J., and Sheldon, Ben C. 1. Estimates of selection in natural populations are frequent but our understanding of ecological causes of selection, and causes of variation in t... Journal of Animal Ecology. Institute of Avian Research and University of Oxford.
2015. Firth, Josh A., Sheldon, Ben C., Firth, J. A., and Sheldon, B. C. Our current understanding of animal social networks is largely based on observations or experiments that do not directly manipulate associations be... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford.
2013. Garroway, Colin, Radersma, Reinder J., Sepil, Irem, Santure, Anna W., De Cauwer, Isabelle, Slate, Jon, Sheldon, Ben C., Garroway, Colin J., and Radersma, Reinder. Individuals are typically not randomly distributed in space; consequently ecological and evolutionary theory depends heavily on understanding the s... Evolution. University of Oxford and University of Sheffield.
2013. Santure, Anna W., De Cauwer, Isabelle, Poissant, Jocelyn, Robinson, Matthew R., Slate, Jon, and Sheldon, Ben C. Clutch size and egg mass are life history traits that have been extensively studied in wild bird populations, as life history theory predicts a neg... Molecular Ecology. University of Sheffield and University of Oxford.
2015. Farine, Damien R., Aplin, Lucy M., Sheldon, Ben C., Hoppitt, William, Aplin, L. M., Sheldon, B. C., Farine, D. R., and Hoppitt, W. Understanding the functional links between social structure and population processes is a central aim of evolutionary ecology. Multiple types of in... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, Anglia Ruskin University, and Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.
2015. Sin, Yung Wa, Annavi, Geetha, Newman, Chris, Buesching, Christina, Burke, Terry, Macdonald, David W., and Dugdale, Hannah L. The major histocompatibility complex (MHC) plays a crucial role in the immune system, and in some species, it is a target by which individuals choo... Molecular Ecology. University of Sheffield, University of Oxford, Harvard University, Universiti Putra Malaysia, and University of Groningen.
2012. Sepil, Irem, Lachish, Shelly, and Sheldon, Ben C. Major histocompatibility complex (Mhc) genes are frequently used as a model for adaptive genetic diversity. Although associations between Mhc and d... Molecular Ecology. University of Oxford.