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Individual optimization of clutch size in great tits
RA Pettifor, CM Perrins, RH McCleery
Nature 336 (6195), 160-162, 1988
3401988
Spontaneous emergence of leaders and followers in foraging pairs
SA Rands, G Cowlishaw, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, RA Johnstone
Nature 423 (6938), 432-434, 2003
3152003
Components of Variance Underlying Fitness in a Natural Population of the Great Tit Parus major
RH McCleery, RA Pettifor, P Armbruster, K Meyer, BC Sheldon, ...
The American Naturalist 164 (3), E62-E72, 2004
1882004
Spatially explicit, individual‐based, behavioural models of the annual cycle of two migratory goose populations
RA Pettifor, RWG Caldow, JM Rowcliffe, JD Goss‐Custard, JM Black, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 37, 103-135, 2000
1322000
The individual optimization of fitness: variation in reproductive output, including clutch size, mean nestling mass and offspring recruitment, in manipulated broods of great …
RA Pettifor, CM Perrins, RH McCleery
Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (1), 62-79, 2001
1242001
Patterns of nuclear DNA degeneration over time—a case study in historic teeth samples
P Wandeler, S Smith, PA Morin, RA Pettifor, SM Funk
Molecular Ecology 12 (4), 1087-1093, 2003
1172003
Intake rates and the functional response in shorebirds (Charadriiformes) eating macro-invertebrates
JD Goss-Custard, AD West, MG Yates, RWG Caldow, RA Stillman, ...
Biological Reviews 81 (4), 501-529, 2006
1002006
The effects of avian mobbing on a potential predator, the European kestrel, Falco tinnunculus
RA Pettifor
Animal Behaviour 39 (5), 821-827, 1990
871990
Brood-manipulation experiments. I. The number of offspring surviving per nest in blue tits (Parus caeruleus)
RA Pettifor
Journal of Animal Ecology, 131-144, 1993
801993
The impact of armed conflict on protected-area efficacy in Central Africa
E De Merode, KH Smith, K Homewood, R Pettifor, M Rowcliffe, ...
Biology letters 3 (3), 299-301, 2007
792007
The emergence of leaders and followers in foraging pairs when the qualities of individuals differ
SA Rands, G Cowlishaw, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, RA Johnstone
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8 (1), 51, 2008
742008
A simple rule for the costs of vigilance: empirical evidence from a social forager
G Cowlishaw, MJ Lawes, M Lightbody, A Martin, R Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
722004
High variability in patterns of population decline: the importance of local processes in species extinctions
G Cowlishaw, RA Pettifor, NJB Isaac
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1654), 63-69, 2009
632009
State–dependent foraging rules for social animals in selfish herds
SA Rands, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, G Cowlishaw
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
622004
Mate fidelity in swans: an interspecific comparison
EC Rees, P Lievesley, RA Pettifor, CH Perrins
OXFORD ORNITHOLOGY SERIES 6 (1), 118-137, 1996
601996
Brood-manipulation experiments. II. A cost of reproduction in blue tits (Parus caeruleus)?
RA Pettifor
Journal of Animal Ecology, 145-159, 1993
561993
Social foraging and dominance relationships: the effects of socially mediated interference
SA Rands, RA Pettifor, JM Rowcliffe, G Cowlishaw
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 60 (4), 572, 2006
552006
Using cross-classified multivariate mixed response models with application to life history traits in great tits (Parus major)
WJ Browne, RH McCleery, BC Sheldon, RA Pettifor
Statistical Modelling 7 (3), 217-238, 2007
512007
Foraging inequalities in large groups: quantifying depletion experienced by individuals in goose flocks
JM Rowcliffe, RA Pettifor, C Carbone
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (1), 97-108, 2004
412004
Integrating farming and wildlife conservation: the Barnacle Goose Management Scheme
DR Cope, RA Pettifor, LR Griffin, JM Rowcliffe
Biological Conservation 110 (1), 113-122, 2003
402003
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