Daryl Codron focuses on Ecology, Herbivore, Animal science, National park and Niche differentiation. Ecology and Australopithecus are commonly linked in his work. His research integrates issues of Adaptation, Ungulate, Competition and Grassland in his study of Herbivore.
His studies deal with areas such as Dry season, Food quality, Feces and Wet season as well as Animal science. Daryl Codron works mostly in the field of National park, limiting it down to topics relating to Biome and, in certain cases, Taxon, Substrate, Temporal scales, Isotope analysis and Cyperus. The various areas that Daryl Codron examines in his Niche differentiation study include Ecology, Ecological niche, Allometry and Aridification.
His main research concerns Ecology, Herbivore, Animal science, Zoology and Ecological niche. His work in Habitat, Niche, National park, Competition and Generalist and specialist species are all subfields of Ecology research. His work carried out in the field of Herbivore brings together such families of science as Niche differentiation, Trophic level, Mammal and African elephant.
His Animal science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Feces and Botany. Daryl Codron works mostly in the field of Zoology, limiting it down to concerns involving Allometry and, occasionally, Basal metabolic rate. His Ecological niche research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Range and Isotope analysis.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Animal science, Tooth wear, Herbivore and Dental Wear. His Ecology study typically links adjacent topics like Life history theory. Animal science connects with themes related to Digestion in his study.
The Tooth wear study combines topics in areas such as Mesowear, Cheek teeth and Computed tomography. His Herbivore research focuses on subjects like Range, which are linked to Carnivore and Trophic level. His Grassland study combines topics in areas such as Isotope analysis, Ecological niche, African elephant and Wet season.
Daryl Codron mostly deals with Animal science, Tooth wear, Mesowear, Dental Wear and Abrasive. The study incorporates disciplines such as Premolar and Cheek teeth in addition to Tooth wear. His Mesowear research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rice hulls, Herbivore and Ovis.
His research in Dental Wear intersects with topics in Molar, Mandibular second molar, Enamel paint and Diet switch. His Abrasive research spans across into fields like Digestion, Abrasion, Abomasum, Dorsum and Ruminant.
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Hominins, sedges, and termites: new carbon isotope data from the Sterkfontein valley and Kruger National Park.
Matt Sponheimer;Matt Sponheimer;Julia Lee-Thorp;Darryl de Ruiter;Daryl Codron.
Journal of Human Evolution (2005)
Strontium isotope evidence for landscape use by early hominins
Sandi R. Copeland;Matt Sponheimer;Darryl J. de Ruiter;Julia A. Lee-Thorp;Julia A. Lee-Thorp.
Diets of savanna ungulates from stable carbon isotope composition of faeces
D Codron;J Codron;J A Lee-Thorp;J A Lee-Thorp;M Sponheimer.
Journal of Zoology (2007)
Taxonomic, anatomical, and spatio-temporal variations in the stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic compositions of plants from an African savanna
Jacqui Codron;Daryl Codron;Julia A. Lee-Thorp;Matt Sponheimer.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2005)
Assessing the Jarman–Bell Principle: Scaling of intake, digestibility, retention time and gut fill with body mass in mammalian herbivores
Dennis W.H. Müller;Daryl Codron;Carlo Meloro;Adam Munn.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A-molecular & Integrative Physiology (2013)
Hypsodonty and tooth facet development in relation to diet and habitat in herbivorous ungulates: implications for understanding tooth wear
Thomas M. Kaiser;Dennis W. H. Müller;Mikael Fortelius;Ellen Schulz.
Mammal Review (2013)
Elephant (Loxodonta Africana) diets in Kruger National Park, South Africa : Spatial and landscape differences
Jacqui Codron;Julia A. Lee-Thorp;Julia A. Lee-Thorp;Matt Sponheimer;Matt Sponheimer;Daryl Codron.
Journal of Mammalogy (2006)
Do "savanna" chimpanzees consume C4 resources?
M. Sponheimer;M. Sponheimer;J.E. Loudon;D. Codron;M.E. Howells.
Journal of Human Evolution (2006)
Herbivory and Body Size: Allometries of Diet Quality and Gastrointestinal Physiology, and Implications for Herbivore Ecology and Dinosaur Gigantism
Marcus Clauss;Patrick Steuer;Dennis W. H. Müller;Daryl Codron.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Significance of diet type and diet quality for ecological diversity of African ungulates
Daryl Codron;Julia A. Lee‐Thorp;Julia A. Lee‐Thorp;Matt Sponheimer;Jacqui Codron.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2007)
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