George Wittemyer

2005 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Wayne M. Getz grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
 (The socio-ecology of the African elephant (Loxodonta africana).)
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Wittemyer G, Ryan SJ. (2024) Introduction to the Wayne Getz Festschrift. Movement Ecology. 12: 9
Tucker MA, Schipper AM, Adams TSF, et al. (2023) Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns. Science (New York, N.Y.). 380: 1059-1064
Clontz LM, Yang A, Chinn SM, et al. (2023) Role of social structure in establishment of an invasive large mammal after translocation. Pest Management Science
Yang A, Wilber MQ, Manlove KR, et al. (2023) Deriving spatially explicit direct and indirect interaction networks from animal movement data. Ecology and Evolution. 13: e9774
Manlove K, Wilber M, White L, et al. (2022) Defining an epidemiological landscape that connects movement ecology to pathogen transmission and pace-of-life. Ecology Letters
Bastille-Rousseau G, Wittemyer G. (2022) Simple metrics to characterize inter-individual and temporal variation in habitat selection behaviour. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Wilber MQ, Yang A, Boughton R, et al. (2022) A model for leveraging animal movement to understand spatio-temporal disease dynamics. Ecology Letters
McClure KM, Bastille-Rousseau G, Davis AJ, et al. (2022) Accounting for animal movement improves vaccination strategies against wildlife disease in heterogeneous landscapes. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2568
Suraci JP, Gaynor KM, Allen ML, et al. (2021) Disturbance type and species life history predict mammal responses to humans. Global Change Biology
Bastille-Rousseau G, Schlichting PE, Keiter DA, et al. (2020) Multi-level movement response of invasive wild pigs (Sus scrofa) to removal. Pest Management Science
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