Dr. Marcus Rowcliffe
- 1998-present: Research Fellow, Institute of Zoology.
- 1994-1998: Senior research officer, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge.
- 1991-1995: PhD, School of Biology, University of East Anglia.
My research is focussed on population processes, using a range of different approaches. A central interest of mine is in the implications individual behavioural decisions for population-level outcomes. My early research examined this in relation to foraging distributions of brent geese, building depletion models to predict the implications of foraging behaviour for patterns of movement in the geese. Developing this idea further, I have worked on game-theoretic, individual-based modelling approaches to explore the implications of dominance and competition for foraging performance and distribution in barnacle geese flocks. More recently, I have begun contributing to a project to extend this approach to baboons, in which more complex social constraints are likely to influence forager decisions. I also use more traditional population modelling tools to address applied questions, for example in a series of population viability analyses for goose populations in Scotland. More recently I have begun to focus this area of research on exploited species, working on theoretical explorations of hunting impacts and supervising an applied field study of chameleon harvesting impacts in Madagascar. This study includes an element of socio-economic research, and I am also developing this interdisciplinary approach to look at the issue of bushmeat exploitation in West and Central Africa. This work is currently focussing the construction of bioeconomic models which can be used to provide simple sustainability indicators for the field and explore the effectiveness of policy tools.
Cusack, J.J., Dickman, A.J., Kalyahe, M., Rowcliffe, J.M., Carbone, C., Macdonald, D.W. & Coulson, T. (in press) Revealing kleptoparasitic and predatory tendencies in an African mammal community using camera traps: a comparison of spatiotemporal approaches. Oikos.
Hofmeester, T.R., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Jansen, P.A. (in press) A simple method for estimating the effective detection distance of camera traps. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.
Steenweg, R., Hebblewhite, M., Kays, R., Ahumada, J., Fisher, J.T., Burton, C., Townsend, S.E., Carbone, C., Rowcliffe, J.M., Whittington, J., Brodie, J., Royle, J.A., Switalski, A., Clevenger, A.P., Heim, N. & Rich, L.N. (in press) Scaling up camera traps — monitoring the planet's biodiversity with networks of remote sensors. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Palmer Fry, B., Agarwala, M., Atkinson, G., Clements, T., Homewood, K., Mourato, S., Rowcliffe, J.M., Wallace, G. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2017) Monitoring local wellbeing in environmental interventions: a consideration of practical trade-offs. Oryx 51, 68–76.
Keane, A., Gurd, H., Kaelo, D., Said, M.Y., Leeuw, J.D., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Homewood, K. (2016) Gender differentiated preferences for a community-based conservation initiative. PLoS One 11(3), e0152432.
Lee, A.E.G., Ounsley, J.P., Coulson, T., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2016) Information use and resource competition: an integrative framework. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B – Biological Sciences 283, 20152550.
McNamara, J., Rowcliffe, M., Cowlishaw, G., Alexander, J.S., Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Brenya, A., Milner-Gulland, E.J. et al. (2016) Characterising Wildlife Trade Market Supply-Demand Dynamics, PLOS ONE 11, 1932–6203.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Jansen, P.A., Kays, R., Kranstauber, B. & Carbone, C. (2016) Wildlife speed cameras: measuring animal travel speed and day range using camera traps. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 2, 84–94. doi:10.1002/rse2.17.
Wearn, O.R., Carbone, C., Rowcliffe, J.M., Bernard, H. & Ewers, R.M. (2016) Grain-dependent responses of mammalian diversity to land-use and the implications for conservation set-aside. Ecological Applications 26, 1409–1420.
Wombwell, EL, Garner, TWJ, Cunningham, AA, Quest, R, Pritchard, S, Rowcliffe, JM & Griffiths, RA (2016) Detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in amphibians imported into the UK for the pet trade. EcoHealth. DOI: 10.1007/s10393-016-1138-4.
Wright, J.H., Hill, N.A.O., Roe, D., Rowcliffe, J.M., Kümpel, N.F., Booker, F., Day, M. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2016) Reframing the concept of alternative livelihoods. Conservation Biology 30, 7–13.
Correia, DLP, Chauvenet, ALM, Rowcliffe, JM & Ewen, JG (2015) Targeted management buffers negative impacts of climate change on the hihi, a threatened New Zealand passerine. Biological Conservation 192, 145–153.
Cusack, J.J., Dickman, A.J., Rowcliffe, J.M., Carbone, C., Macdonald, D.W. & Coulson, T. (2015) Random versus game trail-based camera trap placement strategy for monitoring terrestrial mammal communities. PLoS One 10, e0126373.
Cusack, J.J., Swanson, A., Coulson, T., Packer, C., Carbone, C., Dickman, A.J., Kosmala, M., Lintott, C. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2015) Applying a random encounter model to estimate lion density from camera traps in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Journal of Wildlife Management 79, 1014–1021.
Kamins, A.O., Rowcliffe, J.M., Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Cunningham, A.A., Wood, J.L.N. & Restif, O. (2015) Characteristics and risk perceptions of Ghanaians potentially exposed to bat-borne zoonoses through bushmeat. EcoHealth 12, 104–120.
Lucas, T.C.D., Moorcroft, E.A., Freeman, R., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Jones, K.E. (2015) A generalised random encounter model for estimating animal density with remote sensor data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6, 500–509.
Marshall, H.H., Carter, A.J., Ashford, A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2015) Social effects on foraging behavior and success depend on local environmental conditions. Ecology and Evolution 5, 475–492.
McNamara, J., Kusimi, J.M., Rowcliffe, J.M., Cowlishaw, G., Brenyah, A. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2015) Long-term spatio-temporal changes in a West African bushmeat trade system. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12545
Taylor, G., Scharlemann, J.P.W., Rowcliffe, M., Kümpel, N., Harfoot, M.B.J., Fa, J.E., Melisch, R., Milner-Gulland, E.J., Bhagwat, S., Abernethy, K.A., Ajonina, A.S., Albrechtsen, L., Allebone-Webb, S., Brown, E., Brugiere, D., Clark, C., Colell, M., Cowlishaw, G., Crookes, D., De Merode, E., Dupain, J., East, T., Edderai, D., Elkan, P., Gill, D., Greengrass, E., Hodgkinson, C., Ilambu, O., Jeanmart, P., Juste, J., Linder, J.M., Macdonald, D.W., Noss, A.J., Okorie, P.U., Okouyi, V.J.J., Pailler, S., Poulsen, J.R., Riddell, M., Schleicher, J., Schulte-Herbrüggen, B., Starkey, M., van Vliet, N., Whitham, C., Willcox, A.S., Wilkie, D.S., Wright, J.H. & Coad, L.M. (2015) Synthesising bushmeat research effort in West and Central Africa: a new regional database. Biological Conservation 181, 199–205.
Wright, JH, Hill, NAO, Roe, D, Rowcliffe, JM, Kumpel, NF, Day, M, Booker, F & Milner-Gulland, EJ (2015) Reframing the concept of alternative livelihoods. Conservation Biology 30, 7–13.
Alexander, J.S., McNamara, J., Rowcliffe, J.M., Oppong, J. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2014) The role of bushmeat in a West African agricultural landscape. Oryx 49, 643–651.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Kays, R., Carbone, C. & Jansen, P.A. (2013) Clarifying assumptions behind the estimation of animal density from camera trap rates. Journal of Wildlife Management 77, 876.
Marshall, H.H., Carter, A.J., Ashford, A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2013) How do foragers decide when to leave a patch? A test of alternative models under natural and experimental conditions. Journal of Animal Ecology 82, 894–902.
Davies, T.K., Stevens, G., Meekan, M.G., Struve, J. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2012) Can citizen science monitor whale-shark aggregations? Investigating bias in mark-recapture modelling using identification photographs sourced from the public. Wildlife Research 39, 696–704.
Gill, D.J.C., Fa, J.E., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Kumpel, N.F. (2012) Drivers of change in hunter offtake and hunting strategies in Sendje, Equatorial Guinea. Conservation Biology 26, 1052–1060.
Hayman, D.T.S., McCrea, R., Restif, O., Suu-Ire, R., Fooks, A.R., Wood, J.L.N., Cunningham, A.A. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2012) Demography of straw-colored fruit bats in Ghana. Journal of Mammalogy 93, 1393–1404.
Manzo, E., Bartolommei, P., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cozzolino, R. (2012) Estimation of population density of European pine marten in central Italy using camera trapping. Acta Theriologica 57, 165–172.
Marshall, H.H., Carter, A.J., Coulson, T., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2012) Exploring foraging decisions in a social primate using discrete-choice models. American Naturalist 180, 481–495.
Marshall, H.H., Carter, A.J., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2012) Linking social foraging behaviour with individual time budgets and emergent group-level phenomena. Animal Behaviour 84, 1295–1305.
Rands, S.A., Pettifor, R.A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2012) State-dependent foraging rules for social animals in selfish herds. In Modelling Natural Action Selection: 523–537. Seth, A., Prescott, T. and Bryson, J. (Eds). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Carbone, C., Kays, R., Kranstauber, B. & Jansen, P.A. (2012) Bias in estimating animal travel distance: the effect of sampling frequency. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3, 653–662.
Allebone-Webb, S., Kumpel, N.F., Rist, J., Cowlishaw, G., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2011) Use of market data to assess bushmeat hunting sustainability in Equatorial Guinea. Conservation Biology 25, 597–606.
Garner, T.W.J., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Fisher, M.C. (2011) Climate change, chytridiomycosis or condition: an experimental test of amphibian survival. Global Change Biology 17, 667–675.
Hill, N.A.O., Rowcliffe, J.M., Koldeway, H.J. & Milner-Gulland, E.J. (2011) The interaction between seaweed farming as an alternative occupation and fisher numbers in the Central Philippines. Conservation Biology 26, 324–334.
Isaac, N.J.B., Cruickshanks, K.L., Weddle, A.M., Rowcliffe, J.M., Brereton, T.M., Dennis, R.L.H., Shuker, D.M. & Thomas, C.D. (2011) Distance sampling and the challenge of monitoring butterfly populations. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2, 585–594.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Carbone, C., Jansen, P.A., Kays, R. & Kranstauber, B. (2011) Quantifying the sensitivity of camera traps: an adapted distance sampling approach. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2, 464–476.
Kamins, A., Restif, O., Rowcliffe, M., Cunningham, A. & Wood, J. (2011) Use of bats as bushmeat: implications for human health in Ghana, West Africa. EcoHealth 7(suppl. 1): S102–S102.
Kamins, A.O., Restif, O., Ntiamoa-Baidu, Y., Suu-Ire, R., Hayman, D.T.S., Cunningham, A.A., Wood, J.L.N. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2011) Uncovering the fruit bat bushmeat commodity chain and the true extent of fruit bat hunting in Ghana, West Africa. Biological Conservation 144, 3000–3008.
Chaber, A-L., Allebone-Webb, S., Lignereux, Y., Cunningham, A.A. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2010) The scale of illegal meat importation from Africa to Europe via Paris. Conservation Letters DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2010.00121.x.
Kümpel, N.F., Milner-Gulland, E.J., Cowlishaw, G. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2010) Incentives for hunting: the role of bushmeat in the household economy in rural Equatorial Guinea. Human Ecology 38, 251–264.
Kumpel, N.F., Milner-Gulland, E.J., Cowlishaw, G. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2010) Assessing sustainability at multiple scales in a rotational bushmeat hunting system. Conservation Biology 24, 861–871.
Molenaar, F.M., Carter, I., Evans, A., Laven, C., Gregson, J., Pocknell, A., Rowcliffe, M., Peirce, M. & Sainsbury, A.W. (2010) Infectious disease secondary to immunosuppression in cirl buntings (Emberiza cirlus). In Proceedings of the British Veterinary Zoological Society meeting, Dudley Zoo: 38. British Veterinary Zoological Society.
Rist, J., Milner-Gulland, E.J., Cowlishaw, G. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2009) The importance of hunting and habitat in determining the abundance of tropical forest species in Equatorial Guinea. Biotropica 41, 700–710.
Rist, J., Milner-Gulland, E.J., Cowlishaw, G. & Rowcliffe, M. (2009) Hunter reporting of catch per unit effort as a monitoring tool in a bushmeat-harvesting system. Conservation Biology 24, 489–499.
Rowcliffe, J.M. & Carbone, C. (2008) Surveys using camera traps: are we looking to a brighter future? Animal Conservation 11, 185–186. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-1795.2008.00180.x
Rowcliffe, J.M., Field, J., Turvey, S.T. & Carbone, C. (2008) Estimating animal density using camera traps without the need for individual recognition. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2008.01473.x
Rands, S.A., Cowlishaw, G., Pettifor, R.A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Johnstone, R.A. (2008) The emergence of leaders and followers in foraging pairs when the qualities of individuals differ. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8, 51. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-8-51
Anderson, J., Cowlishaw, G. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2007) Effects of forest fragmentation on the abundance of Colobus angolensis palliatus in Kenya's coastal forests. International Journal of Primatalogy 28, 637–655. DOI: 10.1007/s10764-007-9143-7
Carbone, C., Rowcliffe, J.M., Cowlishaw, G. & Isaac, N.J.B. (2007) The scaling of abundance in consumers and their resources: implications for the energy equivalence rule. American Naturalist 170(3), 479–484. DOI: 10.1086/519858
de Merode, E., Hillman-Smith, K., Homewood, K., Pettifor, R.A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2007) The impact of armed conflict on protected area efficacy in Central Africa. Biology Letters 3, 299–301.
Anderson, J., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2007) The Angola black-and-white colobus (Colobus angolensis palliatus) in Kenya: historical range contraction and current conservation status. American Journal of Primatology 69, 664–680.
Carbone, C., Teacher, A. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2007) The costs of carnivory. PLoS Biology 5(2), e22.
Bennett, E.L., Blencowe, E., Brandon, K., Brown, D., Burn, R.W., Cowlishaw, G., Davies, G., Dublin, H., Fa, J.E., Milner-Gulland, E.J., Robinson, J.G., Rowcliffe, J.M., Underwood, F.M. & Wilkie, D.S. (2006) Hunting for consensus: reconciling bushmeat harvest, conservation and development policy in west and central Africa. Conservation Biology 21, 884–887.
Rands, S.A., Pettifor, R.A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2006) Social foraging and dominance relationships: the effects of socially mediated interference. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60(4), 572–581.
East, T., Kumpel, N.F., Milner-Gulland, E.J. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2005) Determinants of urban bushmeat consumption in Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea. Biological Conservation 126, 206–215.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Milner-Gulland, E.J. & Cowlishaw, G. (2005) Do bushmeat consumers have other fish to fry? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20, 274–276.
Cowlishaw, G., Mendelson, S. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2005) Evidence for post-depletion sustainability in a mature bushmeat market. Journal of Applied Ecology 42, 460–468.
Cowlishaw, G., Mendelson, S. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2005) Structure and operation of a bushmeat commodity chain in southwestern Ghana. Conservation Biology 19, 139–149.
Cope, D.R., Vickery, J.A. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2005). From conflict to coexistence: a case study of geese and agriculture in Scotland. In People and Wildlife, Conflict or Coexistence? R. Woodroffe, S. Thirgood & A. Rabinowitz (Eds). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cope, D.R., Loonen, M.J.J.E., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Pettifor, R.A. (2005) Larger barnacle geese (Branta leucopsis) are more efficient feeders: a possible mechanism for observed body size - fitness relationships. Journal of Zoology 265, 37–42.
Carpenter, A.I., Robson, O., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Watkinson, A.R. (2005) The impacts of international and national governance changes on a traded resource: a case study of Madagascar and its chameleon trade. Biological Conservation 123, 279–287.
Carbone, C., Frame, L., Frame, H., Malcolm, J., Fanshawe, J., FitzGibbon, C., Schaller,G., Kruuk, H., Gordon, I., Rowcliffe, J.M. & DuToit, J. (2005) Feeding success of African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in the Serengeti: the effects of group size and kleptoparasitism. Journal of Zoology 266, 153–161.
Carbone, C., Cowlishaw, G., Isaac, N.J.B. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2005) How far do animals go? Determinants of day range in mammals. American Naturalist 165, 290–297.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Pettifor, R.A. & Carbone, C. (2004) Foraging inequalities in large groups: quantifying depletion experienced by individuals in goose flocks. Journal of Animal Ecology 73, 97–108.
Rowcliffe, J.M., de Merode, E. & Cowlishaw, G. (2004) Do wildlife laws work? Species protection and the application of a prey choice model to poaching decisions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 271, 2631–2636.
Rands, S.A., Pettifor, R.A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Cowlishaw, G. (2004) State-dependent foraging rules for social animals in selfish herds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 271, 2613–2620.
Cowlishaw, G., Mendelson, S. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2004). The Bushmeat Commodity Chain: patterns of trade and sustainability in a mature urban market in West Africa, Rep. No. 7. Overseas Development Institute, London.
Carpenter, A.I., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Watkinson, A.R. (2004) The dynamics of the global trade in chameleons. Biological Conservation 120, 291–301.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Cowlishaw, G. & Long, J. (2003) A model of human hunting impacts in multi-prey communities. Journal of Applied Ecology 40, 872–889.
Rands, S.A., Cowlishaw, G., Pettifor, R.A., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Johnstone, R.A. (2003) Spontaneous emergence of leaders and followers in foraging pairs. Nature 423, 432–434.
Milner-Gulland, E.J., Bennett, E.L. & the SCB 2002 Annual Meeting Wild Meat Group (2003) Wild meat: the bigger picture. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 18, 351–357.
Mendelson, S., Cowlishaw, G. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2003) Anatomy of a bushmeat commodity chain (Takoradi, Ghana). Journal of Peasant Studies 31, 73–100.
Cowlishaw, G., Lawes, M.J., Lightbody, M., Martin, A., Pettifor, R.A. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2003) A simple rule for costs of vigilance: empirical evidence from a social forager. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 271, 27–33.
Cope, D.R., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Pettifor, R.A. (2003) Sward height, structure and leaf extension rate of Lolium perenne pastures when grazed by overwintering barnacle geese. Grass and Forage Science 58, 70–76.
Cope, D.R., Pettifor, R.A., Griffin, L.R. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2003) Integrating farming and wildlife conservation: the Barnacle Goose Management Scheme. Biological Conservation 110, 113–122.
Carbone, C., Thompson, W.A., Zadorina, L. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2003) Competition, predation risk and patterns of flock expansion in barnacle geese (Branta leucopsis). Journal of Zoology 259, 301–308.
Rowcliffe, J.M. (2002) Bushmeat and the biology of conservation. Oryx 36, 331.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Watkinson, A.R., Sutherland, W.J. & Vickery, J.A. (2001) The depletion of algal beds by geese: a predictive model and test. Oecologia 127, 361–371.
Pettifor, R.A., Norris, K.N. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (2000). Incorporating behaviour in predictive models for conservation. In Behaviour and Conservation. (eds L.M. Gosling & W.J. Sutherland), pp. 198–220. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Pettifor, R.A., Caldow, R.W.G., Rowcliffe, J.M., Goss-Custard, J.D., Black, J.M., Hodder, K.H., Houston, A.I., Lang, A. & Webb, J. (2000) Spatially explicit, individual-based, behavioural models of the annual cycle of two migratory goose populations. Journal of Applied Ecology 37, 103–135.
Vickery, J.A., Rowcliffe, J.M., Cresswell, W., Jones, P. & Holt, S. (1999) Habitat selection of whitethroats Sylvia communis during spring passage in the Sahel zone of Northern Nigeria. Bird Study 46, 347–355.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Sutherland, W.J. & Watkinson, A.R. (1999) The functional and aggregative responses of a herbivore: underlying mechanisms and the spatial implications for plant depletion. Journal of Animal Ecology 68, 853–868.
Jenkins, R.K.B., Brady, L.D., Huston, K., Kauffmann, J.L.D., Rabearivony, J., Raveloson, G. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (1999) The population status of chameleons within Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar, and recommendations for future monitoring. Oryx 33, 38–46.
Hughes, B., Kirby, J. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (1999) Waterbird conflicts in Britain and Ireland: ruddy ducks Oxyura jamaicensis, canada geese Branta candensis, and cormorants Phalacorocorax carbo. Wildfowl 50, 77–99.
Ebbinge, B.S., Berrevoets, C., Clausen, P., Ganter, B., Günther, K., Koffijberg, K., Mahéo, R., Rowcliffe, J.M., St. Joseph, A.K.M., Südbeck, P. & Syroechkovski jnr., E.E. (1999). Brent goose. In Goose Populations of the Western Palaearctic: A Review of Status and Distribution (eds J. Madsen, G. Cracknell & A.D. Fox), pp. 284–297. Wetlands International / National Environmental Research Institute, Wageningen, the Netherlands / Rönde, Denmark.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Watkinson, A.R. & Sutherland, W.J. (1998) Aggregative responses of brent geese on salt marsh and their impact on plant community dynamics. Oecologia 114, 417–426.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Pettifor, R.A. & Black, J.M. (1998) Modelling the dynamics of winter barnacle goose flocks: A progress report. Norsk Polarinstitutt Skrifter 200, 195–201.
Pettifor, R.A., Black, J.M., Owen, M., Rowcliffe, J.M. & Patterson, D. (1998) Growth of the Svalbard barnacle goose Branta leucopsis winter population 1958–1996: An initial review of temporal demographic changes. Norsk Polarinstitutt Skrifter 200, 147–164.
Vickery, J.A., Sutherland, W.J., Watkinson, A.R., Lane, S.J. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (1995) Habitat switching by dark-bellied brent geese Branta b. bernicla (L) in relation to food depletion. Oecologia 103, 499–508.
Rowcliffe, J.M., Watkinson, A.R., Sutherland, W.J. & Vickery, J.A. (1995) Cyclic winter grazing patterns in Brent Geese and the regrowth of salt-marsh grass. Functional Ecology 9, 931–941.
Atkinson, P.A., Humpage, E.A., Jowitt, A.J., Ogurlu, I. & Rowcliffe, J.M. (1995) The distribution and status of Caucasian black grouse in north-eastern Turkey. In Proceedings of the 6th International Grouse Symposium (ed D. Jenkins), pp. 131–133, Udine, Italy.
Research Group Members:
- Angus Carpenter: PhD, The ecology and economics of harvesting in Malagasy chameleons.
- Fredi Devas: PhD, Social constraints on the functional response of desert baboons.
- Noelle Kumpel: PhD, Evaluating incentives for the sustainable hunting of bushmeat.
- Julie Anderson: PhD, Metapopulation dynamics in Kenyan black-and-white colobus monkeys.
- Khyne U Mar: PhD, Life-table analyses of Burmese working elephants.
Collaborators & Links:
- Rob Tinch
- Andrew Watkinson: 1, 2
- Rufus Johnstone
- Chameleon project
- E.J. Milner-Gulland