Chris Carbone
Chris Carbone
Senior Research Fellow
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PanTHERIA: a species‐level database of life history, ecology, and geography of extant and recently extinct mammals: Ecological Archives E090‐184
KE Jones, J Bielby, M Cardillo, SA Fritz, J O'Dell, CDL Orme, K Safi, ...
Ecology 90 (9), 2648-2648, 2009
10892009
Estimating animal density using camera traps without the need for individual recognition
JM Rowcliffe, J Field, ST Turvey, C Carbone
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1228-1236, 2008
6702008
A common rule for the scaling of carnivore density
C Carbone, JL Gittleman
Science 295 (5563), 2273-2276, 2002
6222002
The use of photographic rates to estimate densities of tigers and other cryptic mammals
C Carbone, S Christie, K Conforti, T Coulson, N Franklin, JR Ginsberg, ...
Animal conservation 4 (1), 75-79, 2001
6112001
Large mammal population declines in Africa’s protected areas
ID Craigie, JEM Baillie, A Balmford, C Carbone, B Collen, RE Green, ...
Biological Conservation 143 (9), 2221-2228, 2010
5692010
Energetic constraints on the diet of terrestrial carnivores
C Carbone, GM Mace, SC Roberts, DW Macdonald
Nature 402 (6759), 286-288, 1999
5441999
The scaling of animal space use
W Jetz, C Carbone, J Fulford, JH Brown
Science 306 (5694), 266-268, 2004
4752004
Surveys using camera traps: are we looking to a brighter future?
JM Rowcliffe, C Carbone
Animal Conservation 11 (3), 185-186, 2008
3222008
The costs of carnivory
C Carbone, A Teacher, JM Rowcliffe
PLoS Biol 5 (2), e22, 2007
2962007
Differential migration revisited
DA Cristol, MB Baker, C Carbone
Current ornithology, 33-88, 1999
2881999
The optimal allocation of time during the dive cycle
A Houston, C Carbone
Behavioural Ecology 3 (3), 255-265, 1992
251*1992
Quantifying the sensitivity of camera traps: an adapted distance sampling approach
J Marcus Rowcliffe, C Carbone, PA Jansen, R Kays, B Kranstauber
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2 (5), 464-476, 2011
1862011
Quantifying levels of animal activity using camera trap data
JM Rowcliffe, R Kays, B Kranstauber, C Carbone, PA Jansen
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (11), 1170-1179, 2014
1822014
How far do animals go? Determinants of day range in mammals
C Carbone, G Cowlishaw, NJB Isaac, JM Rowcliffe
The American Naturalist 165 (2), 290-297, 2005
1812005
Scaling‐up camera traps: Monitoring the planet's biodiversity with networks of remote sensors
R Steenweg, M Hebblewhite, R Kays, J Ahumada, JT Fisher, C Burton, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (1), 26-34, 2017
1712017
Why are metabolic scaling exponents so controversial? Quantifying variance and testing hypotheses
NJB Isaac, C Carbone
Ecology letters 13 (6), 728-735, 2010
1602010
Camera traps as sensor networks for monitoring animal communities
R Kays, B Kranstauber, P Jansen, C Carbone, M Rowcliffe, T Fountain, ...
2009 IEEE 34th Conference on Local Computer Networks, 811-818, 2009
1572009
Feeding success in African wild dogs: does kleptoparasitism by spotted hyenas influence hunting group size?
C Carbone, JT Du Toit, IJ Gordon
Journal of animal Ecology, 318-326, 1997
1351997
Foraging dynamics in goose flocks: the cost of living on the edge
JM Black, C Carbone, RL Wells, M Owen
Animal Behaviour 44 (1), 41-50, 1992
1311992
Lekking in marine iguanas: female grouping and male reproductive strategies
M Wikelski, C Carbone, F Trillmich
Animal Behaviour 52 (3), 581-596, 1996
1221996
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