Russell A Hill
Affiliation: University of Durham
- Indices of environmental temperatures for primates in open habitatsRussell A Hill
Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, Department of Anthropology, University of Durham, 43 Old Elvet, DH1 3HN Durham, UK
Primates 45:7-13. 2004..Until such developments, however, the indices presented here should permit a more detailed examination of the thermal environment, allowing thermoregulation to be given greater precedence in future studies of primate behaviour...
- Psychology: red enhances human performance in contestsRussell A Hill
Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, University of Durham, Durham DH1 3HN, UK
Nature 435:293. 2005..These results indicate not only that sexual selection may have influenced the evolution of human response to colours, but also that the colour of sportswear needs to be taken into account to ensure a level playing field in sport...
- Thermal constraints on activity scheduling and habitat choice in baboonsRussell A Hill
Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, Department of Anthropology, University of Durham, Durham DH1 3HN, UK
Am J Phys Anthropol 129:242-9. 2006..This suggests that the thermal environment is an ecological variable that should be given greater consideration in future studies of primate behavior...
- Why be diurnal? Or, why not be cathemeral?R A Hill
Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, Department of Anthropology, Durham University, Durham, UK
Folia Primatol (Basel) 77:72-86. 2006..It thus follows that Madagascar's predatory environment must in some way permit or select for a cathemeral lifestyle. The importance of the predation by fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox) on the evolution of cathemerality is discussed...
- Network scaling reveals consistent fractal pattern in hierarchical mammalian societiesRussell A Hill
Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, Department of Anthropology, University of Durham, Dawson Building, South Road, Durham DH1 3LE, UK
Biol Lett 4:748-51. 2008..These results identify the origin of the hierarchical, fractal-like organization of mammalian social systems as a fundamental question...
- Clinal variation of maxillary sinus volume in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)Todd C Rae
Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, Department of Anthropology, University of Durham, UK
Am J Primatol 59:153-8. 2003..The sinus shrinks as the nasal cavity expands, due to an increased need to condition inspired air in colder climates. This in turn suggests that the sinus itself does not contribute significantly to upper respiratory function...
- Predator-specific landscapes of fear and resource distribution: effects on spatial range useErik P Willems
Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, Department of Anthropology, Durham University, 43 Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3HN, United Kingdom
Ecology 90:546-55. 2009....
- Red shirt colour is associated with long-term team success in English footballMartin J Attrill
School of Biological Sciences, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
J Sports Sci 26:577-82. 2008....