Michael Scantlebury
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Estimates for energy expenditure in free‐living animals using acceleration proxies: A reappraisal
RP Wilson, L Börger, MD Holton, DM Scantlebury, A Gómez‐Laich, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (1), 161-172, 2020
Identification of animal movement patterns using tri-axial magnetometry
HJ Williams, MD Holton, ELC Shepard, N Largey, B Norman, PG Ryan, ...
Movement ecology 5, 1-14, 2017
Huddling in groups leads to daily energy savings in free-living African four-striped grass mice, Rhabdomys pumilio
M Scantlebury, NC Bennett, JR Speakman, N Pillay, C Schradin
Functional Ecology, 166-173, 2006
Resting and daily energy expenditures of free-living field voles are positively correlated but reflect extrinsic rather than intrinsic effects
JR Speakman, T Ergon, R Cavanagh, K Reid, DM Scantlebury, X Lambin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (24), 14057-14062, 2003
Step by step: reconstruction of terrestrial animal movement paths by dead-reckoning
OR Bidder, JS Walker, MW Jones, MD Holton, P Urge, DM Scantlebury, ...
Movement ecology 3, 1-16, 2015
Body mass and sex‐biased parasitism in wood mice Apodemus sylvaticus
A Harrison, M Scantlebury, WI Montgomery
Oikos 119 (7), 1099-1104, 2010
Testosterone levels in dominant sociable males are lower than in solitary roamers: physiological differences between three male reproductive tactics in a sociably flexible mammal
C Schradin, M Scantlebury, N Pillay, B König
The American Naturalist 173 (3), 376-388, 2009
Flexible energetics of cheetah hunting strategies provide resistance against kleptoparasitism
DM Scantlebury, MGL Mills, RP Wilson, JW Wilson, MEJ Mills, SM Durant, ...
Science, 2014
Energetics reveals physiologically distinct castes in a eusocial mammal
M Scantlebury, JR Speakman, MK Oosthuizen, TJ Roper, NC Bennett
Nature 440 (7085), 795-797, 2006
Energetic costs of parasitism in the Cape ground squirrel Xerus inauris
M Scantlebury, JM Waterman, M Hillegass, JR Speakman, NC Bennett
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1622), 2169-2177, 2007
Tri-axial accelerometers quantify behaviour in the Eurasian badger (Meles meles): towards an automated interpretation of field data
DW McClune, NJ Marks, RP Wilson, JDR Houghton, IW Montgomery, ...
Animal Biotelemetry 2, 1-6, 2014
Prying into the intimate secrets of animal lives; software beyond hardware for comprehensive annotation in ‘Daily Diary’tags
JS Walker, MW Jones, RS Laramee, MD Holton, ELC Shepard, ...
Movement ecology 3, 1-16, 2015
The energetics of lactation in cooperatively breeding meerkats Suricata suricatta
M Scantlebury, AF Russell, GM McIlrath, JR Speakman, TH Clutton-Brock
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Cheetahs, Acinonyx jubatus, balance turn capacity with pace when chasing prey
JW Wilson, MGL Mills, RP Wilson, G Peters, MEJ Mills, JR Speakman, ...
Biology letters 9 (5), 20130620, 2013
Mass enhances speed but diminishes turn capacity in terrestrial pursuit predators
RP Wilson, IW Griffiths, MGL Mills, C Carbone, JW Wilson, ...
Elife 4, e06487, 2015
The energetics of huddling in two species of mole-rat (Rodentia: Bathyergidae)
J Kotze, NC Bennett, M Scantlebury
Physiology & behavior 93 (1-2), 215-221, 2008
Body temperature daily rhythm adaptations in African savanna elephants (Loxodonta africana)
AA Kinahan, R Inge-Moller, PW Bateman, A Kotze, M Scantlebury
Physiology & Behavior 92 (4), 560-565, 2007
Seasonality and seasons out of time – the thermoregulatory effects of light interference.
A Haim, M Scantlebury, A El Salam Zubidad, U Shanas
Chronobiol. Int. 22, 59-66., 2005
Effects of body size on estimation of mammalian area requirements
MJ Noonan, CH Fleming, MA Tucker, R Kays, AL Harrison, MC Crofoot, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (4), 1017-1028, 2020
Squirrelpox Virus: Assessing Prevalence, Transmission and Environmental Degradation.
LM Collins, ND Warnock, DG Tosh, C McInnes, D Everest, ...
PLOS ONE 9, 2014
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