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    • Apes have culture but may not know that they do 

      Gruber, Thibaud; Zuberbuehler, Klaus; Clement, Fabrice; van Schaik, Carel (2015-02-06) - Journal article
      There is good evidence that some ape behaviors can be transmitted socially and that this can lead to group-specific traditions. However, many consider animal traditions, including those in great apes, to be fundamentally ...
    • Effects of neonicotinoids on bees: an invalid experiment 

      Bailey, R. A.; Greenwood, J. J. D. (2018-01) - Journal item
      We use a recent study on the effects of neonicotinoids on bees as a concrete example to reinforce the advice of OEPP/EPPO (2010) that strong inference is impossible if there is no true replication and that analyses based ...
    • Response of benthic assemblages to multiple stressors : comparative effects of nutrient enrichment and physical disturbance 

      Kenworthy, Joseph M.; Paterson, David M.; Bishop, Melanie J. (2016-12-29) - Journal article
      Stressors to ecological communities often overlap in time and space and may have additive, synergistic or antagonistic effects. Nutrient enrichment and physical disturbance are 2 commonly co-occurring stressors to estuarine ...
    • Why study cognition in the wild (and how to test it)? 

      Pritchard, David James; Hurly, T. Andrew; Tello-Ramos, Maria Cristina; Healy, Susan Denise (2016-01-18) - Journal article
      An animal's behavior is affected by its cognitive abilities, which are, in turn, a consequence of the environment in which an animal has evolved and developed. Although behavioral ecologists have been studying animals in ...