Publications

8 (of 8 published available) for Scottish Oceans Institute with keyword Social structure clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Future directions in research on beaked whales Sascha Kate Hooker, Natacha Aguilar de Soto, Robin W. Baird, Emma Louise Carroll, Laura Feyrer, Patrick Miller, Aubrie Onoufriou, Greg Schorr, Hal Whitehead
2019
The newly described Araguaian river dolphins, Inia araguaiaensis (Cetartiodactyla, Iniidae), produce a diverse repertoire of acoustic signals Gabriel Melo Alves dos Santos, Angelica Lucia Figueiredo Rodrigues, Rodrigo Hipolito Tardin, Israel de Sa Maciel, Miriam Marmontel, Maria Luisa da Silva, Laura Johanna May-Collado
2019
First-year sperm whale calves echolocate and perform long, deep dives Pernille T√łnnesen, Shane Gero, Michael Ladegaard, Mark Johnson, P. T. Madsen
2018
Selective reactions to different killer whale call categories in two delphinid species Matthew T. Bowers, Ari S. Friedlaender, Vincent Janik, Douglas P. Nowacek, Nicola Quick, Brandon L. Southall, Andrew Read

Familiarity affects social network structure and discovery of prey patch locations in foraging stickleback shoals B. J. Galef, William John Edward Hoppitt, Michael Munro Webster, Kevin Neville Laland
2014
Dispersal and population structure at different spatial scales in the subterranean rodent Ctenomys australis Matias S. Mora, Fernando J. Mapelli, Oscar Eduardo Gaggiotti, Marcelo J. Kittlein, Enrique P. Lessa
2010
A critical review of the literature on population modelling Abigail Cabrelli, John Harwood, Jason Matthiopoulos, Leslie Frances New, Len Thomas
2009

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