Centre for Biological Diversity (CBD)
The Centre for Biological Diversity (CBD) is a new initiative building on St Andrews' strengths in fundamental and applied research into the origins and maintenance of biodiversity. The CBD has strong collaborative links with researchers found across the University in the Schools of Biology, Psychology, Geography & GeoSciences, Mathematics and Management.
For more information please visit the Centre for Biological Diversity home page.
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(University of St Andrews, 2018-12-06) - ThesisFor more than forty years, the complex songs emitted by humpback whales have fascinated the scientific community as well as the general public. These songs are produced by males during the breeding season, and are ...
(University of St Andrews, 2016-06-01) - Thesis
(2018-11) - Journal articleWe address the problem of exploring, combining, and comparing large collections of scored, directed networks for understanding inferred Bayesian networks used in biology. In this field, heuristic algorithms explore the ...
Professional medical writing support and the reporting quality of randomized controlled trial abstracts among high-impact general medical journals (2017-09-23) - Journal articleBackground : In articles reporting randomized controlled trials, professional medical writing support is associated with increased adherence to Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT). We set out to determine ...
(University of St Andrews, 2017-12-07) - ThesisHow do newly established species interact with existing assemblage members to alter local biodiversity? This question is especially topical given growing concerns about increased temporal turnover levels relative to ...