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Harry Marshall
Harry Marshall
Principal Conservation Scientist, RSPB
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Animal personality: what are behavioural ecologists measuring?
AJ Carter, WE Feeney, HH Marshall, G Cowlishaw, R Heinsohn
Biological Reviews 88 (2), 465-475, 2013
6332013
Interacting effects of climate change and habitat fragmentation on drought-sensitive butterflies
TH Oliver, HH Marshall, MD Morecroft, T Brereton, C Prudhomme, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (10), 941-945, 2015
2082015
How not to measure boldness: novel object and antipredator responses are not the same in wild baboons
AJ Carter, HH Marshall, R Heinsohn, G Cowlishaw
Animal Behaviour 84 (3), 603-609, 2012
1912012
Social networks created with different techniques are not comparable
M Castles, R Heinsohn, HH Marshall, AEG Lee, G Cowlishaw, AJ Carter
Animal Behaviour 96, 59-67, 2014
1222014
Causes and consequences of intergroup conflict in cooperative banded mongooses
FJ Thompson, HH Marshall, EIK Vitikainen, MA Cant
Animal Behaviour 126, 31-40, 2017
912017
Experimental evidence of impacts of an invasive parakeet on foraging behavior of native birds
HL Peck, HE Pringle, HH Marshall, IPF Owens, AM Lord
Behavioral Ecology 25 (3), 582-590, 2014
902014
Personality predicts the propensity for social learning in a wild primate
AJ Carter, HH Marshall, R Heinsohn, G Cowlishaw
PeerJ 2, e283, 2014
782014
Paternal effects on access to resources in a promiscuous primate society
E Huchard, MJ Charpentier, H Marshall, AJ King, LA Knapp, G Cowlishaw
Behavioral Ecology 24 (1), 229-236, 2013
742013
Intragroup competition predicts individual foraging specialisation in a group‐living mammal
CE Sheppard, R Inger, RA McDonald, S Barker, AL Jackson, ...
Ecology Letters 21 (5), 665-673, 2018
672018
Evaluating animal personalities: do observer assessments and experimental tests measure the same thing?
AJ Carter, HH Marshall, R Heinsohn, G Cowlishaw
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66, 153-160, 2012
642012
Lifetime fitness consequences of early‐life ecological hardship in a wild mammal population
HH Marshall, EIK Vitikainen, F Mwanguhya, R Businge, S Kyabulima, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (6), 1712-1724, 2017
502017
Linking social foraging behaviour with individual time budgets and emergent group-level phenomena
HH Marshall, AJ Carter, JM Rowcliffe, G Cowlishaw
Animal Behaviour 84 (6), 1295-1305, 2012
502012
How do foragers decide when to leave a patch? A test of alternative models under natural and experimental conditions
HH Marshall, AJ Carter, A Ashford, JM Rowcliffe, G Cowlishaw
Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (4), 894-902, 2013
492013
Personality predicts decision making only when information is unreliable
AJ Carter, HH Marshall, R Heinsohn, G Cowlishaw
Animal Behaviour 86 (3), 633-639, 2013
462013
Conducting robust ecological analyses with climate data
AJ Suggitt, PJ Platts, IM Barata, JJ Bennie, MD Burgess, N Bystriakova, ...
Oikos 126 (11), 1533-1541, 2017
432017
Phenotypic assortment in wild primate networks: implications for the dissemination of information
AJ Carter, AEG Lee, HH Marshall, MT Ticó, G Cowlishaw
Royal Society Open Science 2 (5), 140444, 2015
422015
Variable ecological conditions promote male helping by changing banded mongoose group composition
HH Marshall, JL Sanderson, F Mwanghuya, R Businge, S Kyabulima, ...
Behavioral Ecology 27 (4), 978-987, 2016
362016
Reproductive competition triggers mass eviction in cooperative banded mongooses
FJ Thompson, HH Marshall, JL Sanderson, EIK Vitikainen, HJ Nichols, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1826), 20152607, 2016
352016
A female signal reflects MHC genotype in a social primate
E Huchard, M Raymond, J Benavides, H Marshall, LA Knapp, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 10 (1), 1-10, 2010
332010
Rhesus macaques build new social connections after a natural disaster
C Testard, SM Larson, MM Watowich, CH Kaplinsky, A Bernau, M Faulder, ...
Current biology 31 (11), 2299-2309. e7, 2021
322021
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