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
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
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
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
Causes and consequences of intergroup conflict in cooperative banded mongooses
FJ Thompson, HH Marshall, EIK Vitikainen, MA Cant
Animal Behaviour 126, 31-40, 2017
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
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
Personality predicts the propensity for social learning in a wild primate
AJ Carter, HH Marshall, R Heinsohn, G Cowlishaw
PeerJ 2, e283, 2014
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
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
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
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
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
Personality predicts decision making only when information is unreliable
AJ Carter, HH Marshall, R Heinsohn, G Cowlishaw
Animal Behaviour 86 (3), 633-639, 2013
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
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
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
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
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
Stable isotopes are quantitative indicators of trophic niche
HH Marshall, R Inger, AL Jackson, RA McDonald, FJ Thompson, MA Cant
Ecology Letters 22 (11), 1990-1992, 2019
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