Dr Paul Rose
Dr Paul Rose
Associate Lecturer, University of Exeter / Lecturer, Sparsholt College Hampshire
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei exeter.ac.uk
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The potential of Social Network Analysis as a tool for the management of zoo animals
PE Rose, DP Croft
Animal Welfare 24 (2), 123-138, 2015
342015
To pace or not to pace? A review of what abnormal repetitive behavior tells us about zoo animal management
PE Rose, SM Nash, LM Riley
Journal of Veterinary Behavior 20, 11-21, 2017
332017
A review of captive flamingo (P hoenicopteridae) welfare: a synthesis of current knowledge and future directions
PE Rose, DP Croft, R Lee
International Zoo Yearbook 48 (1), 139-155, 2014
302014
Evaluating the activity patterns and enclosure usage of a little-studied zoo species, the sitatunga (Tragelaphus spekii)
P Rose, R Robert
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 1 (1), 14-19, 2013
222013
Serous fat atrophy and other nutrition-related health problems in captive giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis). An evaluation of 83 necropsy reports
M Clauss, P Rose, J Hummel, JM Hatt
University of Zurich, 2006
192006
Measuring welfare in captive flamingos: Activity patterns and exhibit usage in zoo-housed birds
PE Rose, JE Brereton, DP Croft
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 205, 115-125, 2018
112018
Developing flamingo husbandry practices through workshop communication
P Rose, JE Brereton, L Gardner
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 4 (2), 115-121, 2016
112016
Using student-centred research to evidence-base exhibition of reptiles and amphibians: three species-specific case studies
P Rose, C Evans, R Coffin, R Miller, S Nash
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 2 (1), 25-32, 2014
112014
A Case Study of Malayan Tapir (Tapirus indicus) Husbandry Practice Across 10 Zoological Collections
PE Rose, SM Roffe
Zoo biology 32 (3), 347-356, 2013
112013
Social bonds in a flock bird: Species differences and seasonality in social structure in captive flamingo flocks over a 12-month period
PE Rose, DP Croft
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 193, 87-97, 2017
102017
Evidence of directed interactions between individuals in captive flamingo flocks
PE Rose, DP Croft
Wildfowl 65 (65), 121-132, 2015
102015
Quantifying the social structure of a large captive flock of greater flamingos (Phoenicopterus roseus): Potential implications for management in captivity
PE Rose, DP Croft
Behavioural processes 150, 66-74, 2018
92018
Flamingo social behavior and flock dynamics
PE Rose
Flamingos; biology, behavior, and relationship with umans. New York: Nova …, 2017
92017
What’s new from the zoo? An analysis of ten years of zoo-themed research output
PE Rose, JE Brereton, LJ Rowden, RL de Figueiredo, LM Riley
Palgrave Communications 5 (1), 1-10, 2019
62019
Patterns of nocturnal activity in captive greater flamingos
PE Rose, I Lloyd, JE Brereton, DP Croft
Zoo biology 37 (5), 290-299, 2018
62018
Evidence-basing exhibition of reptiles and amphibians using student-lead research: three species-specific case studies
PE Rose, C Evans, RC Coffin, R Miller, SM Nash
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 2 (1), 25-32, 2014
62014
A global survey of banteng (Bos javanicus) housing and husbandry
LJ Rowden, PE Rose
Zoo biology 35 (6), 546-555, 2016
42016
Personality as a characteristic of social position in captive flamingo flocks
F McCully, DP Croft, R Lee, P Tovey, M Roberts, P Rose
Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour Winter Meeting, 38, 2014
42014
Moving forward with zoo welfare assessment: A response to Cooke (2017)
PE Rose, SM Nash, LM Riley
Journal of Veterinary Behavior 22, 75-77, 2017
32017
Understanding the social nature of flamingo flocks to determine who is friends with whom and why
PE Rose, R Lee, D Croft
Third International Flamingo Symposium, 2014
32014
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