The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Life history theory, Hibernation, Basal metabolic rate and Climate change. Torpor, Predation, Field metabolic rate, Energetics and Juvenile are among the areas of Ecology where he concentrates his study. His Life history theory research includes themes of Boldness, Big Five personality traits, Demography, Reproduction and Animal science.
As part of the same scientific family, Murray M. Humphries usually focuses on Basal metabolic rate, concentrating on Energy metabolism and intersecting with Personality, Personality research, Cognitive psychology and Exploratory behaviour. In the field of Climate change, his study on Effects of global warming overlaps with subjects such as Index. His research integrates issues of Global warming, Greenhouse effect, Myotis lucifugus and Biogeography in his study of Hibernaculum.
Murray M. Humphries spends much of his time researching Ecology, Zoology, Predation, Climate change and Offspring. Personality is closely connected to Basal metabolic rate in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Ecology. His Zoology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Maternal effect, Territoriality and Reproductive success.
His Predation research integrates issues from Trophic level and Abiotic component. His Offspring study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Population density, Mammal, Demography and Sex specific. The various areas that Murray M. Humphries examines in his Demography study include Big Five personality traits and Life history theory.
Murray M. Humphries spends much of his time researching Ecology, Intrusion, Zoology, Territoriality and Predation. Ecology is often connected to Population density in his work. His Population density research includes elements of Temperament, Social cue and Abundance.
His Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Torpor, Heterothermy, Ecological monitoring and Adult female. His Predation study incorporates themes from Trophic level, Generalist and specialist species and Keystone species. His work in Nest covers topics such as Natural selection which are related to areas like Demography and Offspring.
His main research concerns Ecology, Zoology, Territoriality, Intrusion and Population density. Ecology and Circumpolar star are frequently intertwined in his study. Murray M. Humphries combines subjects such as Torpor and Heterothermy with his study of Zoology.
His work deals with themes such as Temperament, Big Five personality traits, Personality, Sex specific and Aggression, which intersect with Population density. Murray M. Humphries has researched Sex specific in several fields, including Demography and Nest. His studies examine the connections between Aggression and genetics, as well as such issues in Biological dispersal, with regards to Gut flora, Maternal effect, Gastrointestinal Microbiome, Host and Spatial ecology.
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Personality and the emergence of the pace-of-life syndrome concept at the population level
Denis Réale;Dany Garant;Murray M. Humphries;Patrick Bergeron.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2010)
Energy metabolism and animal personality
V. Careau;D. Thomas;M. M. Humphries;D. Réale.
The Role of Energy Availability in Mammalian Hibernation: A Cost‐Benefit Approach
Murray M. Humphries;Donald W. Thomas;Donald L. Kramer.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology (2003)
Climate-mediated energetic constraints on the distribution of hibernating mammals
Murray M Humphries;Murray M Humphries;Donald W Thomas;John R Speakman;John R Speakman.
Density triggers maternal hormones that increase adaptive offspring growth in a wild mammal.
Ben Dantzer;Amy E. M. Newman;Rudy Boonstra;Rupert Palme.
Anticipatory reproduction and population growth in seed predators
Stan Boutin;Lucas A. Wauters;Andrew G. McAdam;Murray M. Humphries.
The pace of life under artificial selection: personality, energy expenditure, and longevity are correlated in domestic dogs.
Vincent Careau;Denis Réale;Murray M. Humphries;Donald W. Thomas.
The American Naturalist (2010)
Exploration strategies map along fast–slow metabolic and life‐history continua in muroid rodents
V. Careau;O. R. P. Bininda-Emonds;D. W. Thomas;D. Réale.
Functional Ecology (2009)
Geographic disparities and moral hazards in the predicted impacts of climate change on human populations
J. Samson;D. Berteaux;B. J. McGill;M. M. Humphries.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2011)
Bioenergetic prediction of climate change impacts on northern mammals.
Murray M. Humphries;James Umbanhowar;Kevin S. McCann.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (2004)
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