2008 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
David W. Macdonald focuses on Ecology, Zoology, Predation, Habitat and Badger. His Ecology research focuses on Mustelidae, Abundance, Range, Home range and Carnivore. His studies in Zoology integrate themes in fields like Offspring, Domestication, Vulpes and Competition.
His Predation research focuses on subjects like National park, which are linked to Panthera. His work in Habitat tackles topics such as Biodiversity which are related to areas like Agroforestry and Environmental resource management. David W. Macdonald usually deals with Meles and limits it to topics linked to Demography and Reproductive success.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Zoology, Habitat, Predation and Meles. His study in Range, Foraging, Endangered species, Panthera and Abundance is carried out as part of his studies in Ecology. His research on Panthera frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Leopard.
As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Habitat, narrowing it down to issues related to the Biodiversity, and often Agroforestry. His Predation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as National park and Livestock. David W. Macdonald has researched Meles in several fields, including Demography and Mustelidae.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Predation, Habitat, Panthera and Wildlife. His work in Camera trap, Threatened species, Leopard, Range and Occupancy is related to Ecology. The Range study combines topics in areas such as Endangered species and Fishery.
In his study, Meles is strongly linked to Zoology, which falls under the umbrella field of Predation. His study looks at the relationship between Habitat and topics such as Biodiversity, which overlap with Protected area, Species distribution, Species richness and Spatial ecology. His research on Wildlife also deals with topics like
David W. Macdonald mostly deals with Ecology, Evolutionary biology, Wildlife, Wildlife trade and Demography. His Ecology and Panthera, Camera trap, Protected area, Predation and Habitat investigations all form part of his Ecology research activities. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including National park, Abundance and Predator.
His Habitat research incorporates themes from Biodiversity and Deforestation. His Wildlife study combines topics in areas such as Peacebuilding, Animal welfare, Conflict resolution, Threatened species and Socioeconomics. His studies deal with areas such as Meles, Reproduction, Maasai, Reproductive success and Testosterone as well as Demography.
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The ecology of carnivore social behaviour
David W. Macdonald.
Fatal attraction in rats infected with Toxoplasma gondii.
M. Berdoy;J. P. Webster;D. W. Macdonald.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2000)
The use of photographic rates to estimate densities of tigers and other cryptic mammals
Chris Carbone;S. Christie;K. Conforti;T. Coulson.
Animal Conservation (2001)
Social odours in mammals
Richard E. Brown;David W. Macdonald.
The Near Eastern Origin of Cat Domestication
Carlos A. Driscoll;Marilyn Menotti-Raymond;Alfred L. Roca;Karsten Hupe.
The importance of correcting for sampling bias in MaxEnt species distribution models
Stephanie Kramer-Schadt;Jürgen Niedballa;John D. Pilgrim;Boris Schröder;Boris Schröder.
Diversity and Distributions (2013)
Energetic constraints on the diet of terrestrial carnivores
Chris Carbone;Chris Carbone;Georgina M. Mace;S. Craig Roberts;David W. Macdonald.
The Encyclopedia of Mammals
David W. Macdonald.
Collapse of the world's largest herbivores.
William J Ripple;Thomas M Newsome;Thomas M Newsome;Christopher Wolf;Rodolfo Dirzo.
Science Advances (2015)
One Hundred Questions of Importance to the Conservation of Global Biological Diversity
W.J. Sutherland;W.M. Adams;R.B. Aronson;R. Aveling.
Conservation Biology (2009)
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