Items where Author is "Gentle, LK"

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Journal article

CARLING, B., GENTLE, L.K. and RAY, N.D., 2019. Several parameters that influence body size in the sea anemone Actinia equina in rock pools on the Yorkshire coast. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. ISSN 0025-3154

KETTEL, E.F., GENTLE, L.K., YARNELL, R.W. and QUINN, J.L., 2019. Breeding performance of an apex predator, the peregrine falcon, across urban and rural landscapes. Urban Ecosystems, 22 (1), pp. 117-125. ISSN 1083-8155

HEREWARD, H.F.R., GENTLE, L.K., RAY, N.D. and SLUKA, B., 2019. Habitat associations of hawkfish: depth, distribution, and density at two sites in Kenya. Bulletin of Marine Science. ISSN 0007-4977

KETTEL, E.F., GENTLE, L.K., QUINN, J.L. and YARNELL, R.W., 2017. The breeding performance of raptors in urban landscapes: a review and meta-analysis. Journal of Ornithology. ISSN 2193-7206

HEREWARD, H.F.R., GENTLE, L.K., RAY, N.D. and SLUKA, R.D., 2017. Ghost crab burrow density at Watamu Marine National Park: an indicator of the impact of urbanisation and associated disturbance? African Journal of Marine Science, 39 (1), pp. 129-133. ISSN 1814-232X

KETTEL, E.F., GENTLE, L.K. and YARNELL, R.W., 2016. Evidence of an urban Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) feeding young at night. Journal of Raptor Research, 50 (3), pp. 321-323. ISSN 0892-1016

WORTHINGTON-HILL, J.O., YARNELL, R.W. and GENTLE, L.K., 2014. Eliciting a predatory response in the eastern corn snake (Pantherophis guttatus) using live and inanimate sensory stimuli: implications for managing invasive populations. International Journal of Pest Management, 60 (3), pp. 180-186. ISSN 0967-0874

GENTLE, L.K., GOODEN, D. and KETTEL, E., 2013. Attempted predation by common kestrel at a house sparrow nestbox. British Birds, 106, pp. 412-413.

ROOT-GUTTERIDGE, H., BENCSIK, M., CHEBLI, M., GENTLE, L.K., TERRELL-NIELD, C., BOURIT, A. and YARNELL, R.W., 2013. Identifying individual wild Eastern grey wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using fundamental frequency and amplitude of howls. Bioacoustics: The International Journal of Animal Sound and its Recording. ISSN 2165-0586

ROOT-GUTTERIDGE, H., BENCSIK, M., CHEBLI, M., GENTLE, L.K., TERRELL-NIELD, C., BOURIT, A. and YARNELL, R.W., 2013. Improving individual identification in captive Eastern grey wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using the time course of howl amplitudes. Bioacoustics: The International Journal of Animal Sound and its Recording. ISSN 2165-0586

SIMEONI, M., DAWSON, D.A., GENTLE, L.K., COIFFAIT, L., WOLFF, K., EVANS, K.L., GASTON, K.J. and HATCHWELL, B.J., 2009. Characterization of 38 microsatellite loci in the European blackbird, 'Turdus merula' (Turdidae, AVES). Molecular Ecology Resources, 9 (6), pp. 1520-1526.

WILHELM, K., DAWSON, D.A., GENTLE, L.K., HORSEFIELD, G.F., SCHOLTTERER, C., GREIG, C., EAST, M., HOFER, H., TAUTZ, D. and BURKE, T., 2003. Characterisation of spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta) microsatellite loci. Molecular Ecology Notes, 3, pp. 360-362. ISSN 1471-8278

KRUPA, A.P., JEHLE, R., DAWSON, D.A., GENTLE, L.K., GIBBS, M., ARNTZEN, J.W. and BURKE, T., 2002. Microsatellite loci in the crested newt (Triturus cristatus) and their utility in other newt taxa. Conservation Genetics, 3, pp. 85-87.

GENTLE, L.K. and GOSLER, A.G., 2001. The effects of altering perceived predation risk on the fat reserves of wild Great Tits, Parus major. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, 268, pp. 487-491.

GREEN, P.R., GENTLE, L.K., PEAKE, T.M., SCUDAMORE, R.E., MCGREGOR, P.K., GILBERT, F. and DITTRICH, W.H., 1999. Conditioning pigeons to discriminate naturally lit insect specimens. Behavioural Processes, 46, pp. 97-102.

Chapter in book

GENTLE, L.K., 2017. The evolution of superpowers. In: M. LORCH and A. MIAH, eds., The secret science of superheroes. London: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 15-30. ISBN 9781782624875

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

GENTLE, L.K., 2018. Dynasties: should nature documentary crews save the animals they film? The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2018. Five vampire traits that exist in the natural world. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2018. Why do wombats poo cubes? The Naked Scientists.

GENTLE, L.K., 2018. The threats behind the plight of the puffin. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2018. Kamikaze sperm and four-headed penises – the hidden ways animals win the mating game. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2018. Born free. Viewfinder. ISSN 0952-4444

GENTLE, L.K., 2017. Five comic book superpowers that really exist in animals. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2017. Animal navigation. New Humanist, 132 (1), p. 15. ISSN 0306-512X

GENTLE, L.K., 2017. Good listeners. New Humanist, 134 (1), p. 15. ISSN 0306-512X

GENTLE, L.K., 2016. Jungle boogie: five dancing animals who know how to strut their stuff. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2016. The 'Houdini' honey badger ... and other surprisingly clever animals. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2016. Why do wombats do cube-shaped poo? The Conversation.

HESKETH, G., GENTLE, L.K. and COTTON, S., 2016. From bosons to Bigfoot: six science mysteries that might be solved in 2016. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2015. Five lessons in seduction from the males of the animal kingdom. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2015. Meet the Lazarus creatures – six species we thought were extinct, but aren’t. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2015. Some shape-shifting animals that can morph to fool others. The Conversation.

This list was generated on Thu Dec 12 20:21:34 2019 UTC.