Highly Cited Paper (Listed as “Highly Cited” as of 1 March 2015) – received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of its academic field based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year.
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Egan H. Doeven, Gregory J. Barbante, Emily Kerr, Conor F. Hogan, John A. Endler, and Paul S. Francis
Analytical Chemistry, Volume: 86, Issue: 5, Pages: 2727-2732, Published: MAR 4 2014
William J. Ripple, James A. Estes, Robert L. Beschta, Christopher C. Wilmers, Euan G. Ritchie, Mark Hebblewhite, Joel Berger, Bodil Elmhagen, Mike Letnic, Michael P. Nelson, Oswald J. Schmitz, Douglas W. Smith1, Arian D. Wallach, Aaron J. Wirsing
Science, Volume: 343, Issue: 6167, Pages: 151-+ Published: JAN 10 2014
Sutherland WJ, Freckleton RP, Godfray HCJ, Beissinger SR, Benton T, Cameron DD, Carmel Y, Coomes DA, Coulson T, Emmerson MC, Hails RS, Hays GC, Hodgson DJ, Hutchings MJ, Johnson D, Jones JPG, Keeling MJ, Kokko H, Kunin WE, Lambin X, Lewis OT, Malhi Y, Mieszkowska N, Milner-Gulland EJ, Norris K, Phillimore AB, Purves DW, Reid JM, Reuman DC, Thompson K, Travis JMJ, Turnbull LA, Wardle DA, Wiegand T.
Journal of Ecology, Volume 101, Issue 1, pages 58–67, January 2013
”Editors and Associate Editors of all the British Ecological Society journals coming together to identify key questions in the field and so help to set the research agenda for the future„
Stamps, J. A., M. Briffa, and P. A. Biro.
Animal Behaviour 83:1325-1334, 2012
“A conceptual outline for how and why we should study unpredictability across individuals (individual differences in residual variation), and demonstration of individual differences in predictability in fish and crabs after accounting for behavioral changes over time. Suggestion that predictability might be an underappreciated aspect of animal personality„
Careau, Vincent; Garland, Theodore, Jr.
PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY Volume: 85, Issue: 6, Pages: 543-571, Published: NOV-DEC 2012
Hinder SL, Hays GC, Edwards M, Roberts EC, Walne AW, Gravenor MB
Nature Climate Change 2, 271–275 (2012)
“Revealed a dramatic shift over the last 50y at the base of the food chain in the North Atlantic from dinoflagellates to diatoms driven by the additive impact of warming and increasingly windy conditions. This importance of changing wind patterns was previously largely ignored„
Hays GC, Bastian T, Doyle TK, Fossette S, Gleiss AC, Gravenor MB, Hobson VJ, Humphries NE, Lilley MKS, Pade NG, Sims DW
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 279, 465–473, 2011
“By directly tracking individuals we showed that complex movements occur in jellyfish which heightens concerns that they may take over perturbed ecosystems„
MRE Symonds and A Moussalli
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 13-21, 2011
“The field of ecology has seen enormous changes in statistical methodology in recent years, not least in the application of model selection (i.e. identifying what combination of variables best describes variation in a particular trait) using information theory. However, there was no easy novice level ‘how to’ introduction to the topic. This paper has filled that role and helped many researchers to embrace these new statistical methodologies„
Biro, P. A. and J. A. Stamps
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25:653-659, 2010
“Introduces new conceptual theory outlining how and why behavioural traits should consistently differ across individuals due to functional links between behavior and metabolism. We review the literature for evidence of the predicted associations, and suggest future research needs„
Denis Réale, Dany Garant, Murray M. Humphries, Patrick Bergeron, Vincent Careau, Pierre-Olivier Montiglio
PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Volume: 365, Issue: 1560, Pages: 4051-4063, Published: DEC 27 2010
Hays GC, Fossette S, Katselidis KA, Mariani P, Schofield G
Journal of Royal Society Interface 7, 1319-1327, 2010
“Suggested for the first time how migration patterns are shaped by environmental dispersal of early life history stages rather than innate behaviours a paradigm that has now been tested extensively by research groups worldwide„
Richardson AJ, Bakun A, Hays GC, Gibbons MJ
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24, 312-322,2009
“A review of one of the hottest ecological questions, namely whether jellyfish are taking over the oceans as a consequence of overfishing and climate change„
Ritchie, Euan G.; Johnson, Christopher N.
ECOLOGY LETTERS Volume: 12, Issue: 9, Pages: 982-998, Published: SEP 2009
Lindenmayer D, Hobbs RJ, Montague-Drake R, Alexandra J, Bennett A, Burgman M, Cale P, Calhoun A, Cramer V, Cullen P, Driscoll D, Fahrig L, Fischer J, Franklin J, Haila Y, Hunter M, Gibbons P, Lake S, Luck G, MacGregor C, McIntyre S, Nally RM, Manning A, Miller J, Mooney H, Noss R, Possingham H, Saunders D, Schmiegelow F, Scott M, Simberloff D, Sisk T, Tabor G, Walker B, Wiens J, Woinarski J, Zavaleta E.
Ecology Letters 11, 78-91, 2008
Biro, P.A., and J.A. Stamps
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 361-368, 2008
“Presents novel conceptual theory to explain why animals display consistent individual differences in behaviour due to links with growth and reproduction. We review and provide literature evidence for these ideas, and suggests future research directions„
Biro, P.A., and J.R. Post
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 105: 2919-2922, 2008
“First study to show that commercial fishing tends to selectively remove the most active and bold genotypes from fish populations, which grow faster, suggesting rapid evolutionary impacts of harvest. Study was conducted using multiple small lakes that were seeded with known populations of two genotypes of trout, a fast growing bold strain and a shy slow growing strain„
V. Careau, D. Thomas, M. M. Humphries and D. Réale
OIKOS Volume: 117, Issue: 5, Pages: 641-653, Published: MAY 2008
Sims DW, Southall EJ, Humphries NE, Hays GC, Bradshaw CJA, Pitchford JW, James A, Ahmed MZ, Brierley AS, Hindell MA, Morritt D, Musyl MK, Righton D, Shepard ELC, Wearmouth VJ, Wilson RP, Witt MJ, Metcalfe JD
Nature 451, 1098-1102, 2008
“By assembling tracking data for multiple taxa and analysing over 1 million movement steps, we provided the best empirical evidence to date for Levy search patterns in free-living predators„