Ian Hamilton - Publications

Publications

  • Yoak, A. J.; Reece, J. F.; Gehrt, S. D.; Hamilton, I. M. In press. A survey of street dog gastro-intestinal helminths in Jaipur and Jodhpur. Indian Veterinary Journal.
  • Moritz, M.; Hamilton, I. M.; Scholte, P.; Chen, Y.-J. In press. Ideal Free Distributions of Mobile Pastoralists in Multiple Seasonal Grazing Areas. Rangeland Ecology & Management
  • Garvy, K. A.; Hellmann, J. K.; Ligocki, I. Y.; Reddon, A. R.; Marsh-Rollo, S. E.; Hamilton, I. M.; Balshine, S.; O’Connor, C. M. In press. Sex and social status affect territorial defence in a cooperatively breeding cichlid fish, Neolamprologus savoryi. Hydrobiologia.
  • O’Connor, C. M.; Reddon, A. R.; Marsh-Rollo, S.; Hellmann, J. K.; Ligocki, I. Y; Hamilton, I. M.; Balshine, S. 2014. A comparative study of an innate immune response in Lamprologine cichlid fishes. Naturwissenschaften 101:839–849
  • Harder, J. D.; Kotheimer, J. K.; Hamilton, I. M. 2014. A regional study of diversity and abundance of small mammals in Ohio. Northeastern Naturalist. 21: 210-233.
  • Hellmann, J. K.; Hamilton, I. M. 2014. The presence of neighbors influences defense against predators in a cooperatively breeding cichlid. Behavioral Ecology. 25: 386-391.
  • Hall, J. C.; Hamilton, I. M. 2014. Religious tradition of conservation associated with greater abundance of a keystone tree species in rural Western Rajasthan, India. Journal of Arid Environments. 103: 11-16
  • Moritz, M.; Hamilton, I. M.; Chen, Y.-J.; Scholte, P. 2014. Mobile pastoralists distribute themselves in an Ideal Free Distribution. Current Anthropology. 55:115-122.
  • Yoak, A. J.; Reese, J. F.; Gehrt, S. D.; Hamilton, I. M. 2014. Disease control through fertility control: Secondary benefits of animal birth control in Indian street dogs. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 113: 152-156
  • Hamilton, I. M. 2013. The effects of behavioral plasticity and leadership on the predictions of optimal skew models. Behavioral Ecology. 24: 444-456.
  • Moritz, M.; Scholte, P.; Hamilton, I. M.; Kari, S. 2013. Open access, open systems: pastoral management of common-pool resources in the Chad Basin. Human Ecology. 41:351-365.
  • Lindstedt, E.R.; Hamilton, I. M. 2013. Variation in social information use: the influences of information reliability and mass on decision making in a group-living fish. Journal of Fish Biology. 82: 2095-2103.
  • Hamilton, I. M., I. Y. Ligocki. 2012. The extended personality: indirect effects of behavioural syndromes on the behaviour of others in a group-living cichlid. Animal Behaviour. 84: 659-664
  • Robertson, S.L., I. M. Hamilton. 2012. Habitat selection under the risk of infectious disease. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 14: 51-72
  • Bokides, D. , Y. Lou, I. M. Hamilton. 2012. A model of sexual selection and female use of refuge in a coercive mating system. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 279: 3209-3216
  • Hiance, D., N. Doogan, K. Warren, I.M. Hamilton and M. Lewis. 2012. An Agent Based Model of Lifetime Attendance and Self-Help Program Growth. Journal of Social Work Practice In the Addictions. 12: 121-142.
  • Hall, J.C., A. Chhangani, T.A. Waite and I.M. Hamilton. 2012. The impacts of La Niña induced drought on Indian vulture populations in Western Rajasthan. Bird Conservation International. 22:247-259
  • Stone, C.M., I.M. Hamilton and W.A. Foster. 2011. A survival and reproduction trade-off is resolved in accordance with resource availability by virgin female mosquitoes. Animal Behavior. 81: 765-774
  • Hamilton IM. 2010. Habitat selection. In M Breed, J Moore (eds), Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Oxford University Press.
  • Hamilton IM. 2010. Foraging theory. In DF Westneat, CW Fox (eds), Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology. Oxford University Press.
  • Heg D and IM Hamilton. 2008. Tug-of-war over reproduction in a cooperatively breeding cichlid. Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 62: 1249-1257.
  • Hamilton IM and D Heg. 2008. Sex differences in the effects of social status on growth in a group living cichlid. J Fish Biol. 72: 1-10.
  • Hamilton, IM. 2007. The ideal free distribution. In DW Stephens, J Brown, RC Ydenberg (eds.), Foraging. University of Chicago Press.
  • Hamilton, IM. 2007. Integrating cooperative breeding with general mechanisms enforcing cooperation: comments and further directions. Behav Process. 76: 86–89
  • Hamilton IM and D Heg. 2007. Female clutch size adjustments within reproductive skew models: effects on reproductive partitioning and group stability. Behav Ecol. 18: 467-476.
  • Hamilton, IM, D Heg and N Bender. 2005. Size differences within a dominance hierarchy influence conflict and help in a cooperatively breeding cichlid. Behaviour 11-12: 1591-1617.
  • Hamilton, IM and M Taborsky. 2005. Contingent movement and cooperation under generalized reciprocity. Proc R Soc Lond B. 272: 2259-2267.
  • Hamilton, IM and M Taborsky. 2005. Unrelated helpers will not fully compensate for costs imposed on breeders when they pay to stay. Proc R Soc Lond, B. 272: 445-454.
  • Hamilton, IM. 2004. Distance to neighbours influences the trade-off between hiding after disturbance and defending food patches in convict cichlids (Archocentrus nigrofasciatus). Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 56: 530-538.
  • Hamilton, IM. 2004. A commitment model of reproductive inhibition in cooperatively breeding groups. Behav Ecol 15: 585-591.
  • Hamilton, IM and LM Dill. 2003. Group foraging by a kleptoparasitic fish: a strong inference test of social foraging models. Ecology 84: 3349-3359.
  • Hamilton, IM and LM Dill. 2003. The use of territorial gardening versus kleptoparasitism by a subtropical reef fish (Kyphosus cornelii) is influenced by territory defendability. Behav Ecol 14: 561-568.
  • Hamilton, IM and LM Dill. 2002. Monopolization of food by zebrafish (Danio rerio) increases in risky habitats. Can J Zool 80: 2164-2169.
  • Hamilton, IM and LM Dill. 2002. Three-player social parasitism games: implications for resource defense and group formation. Am Nat 159: 670-686.
  • Hamilton, IM. 2002. Kleptoparasitism and the distribution of unequal competitors. Behav Ecol 13:260-267.
  • Hamilton, IM and MR Heithaus. 2001. The effects of temporal variation in predation risk on anti-predator behaviour: an empirical test using marine snails. Proc R Soc Lond, B 268: 2585-2588.
  • Hamilton, IM. 2000. Recruiters and joiners: using optimal skew theory to predict the size of and division of resources within groups of social foragers. Am Nat 155: 684-695.
  • Hamilton, IM and RMR Barclay. 1998. Ontogenetic influences on foraging and mass accumulation by big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus). J Anim Ecol 67: 930-940.
  • Hamilton, IM and RMR Barclay. 1998. Dietary characteristics of juvenile, yearling, and adult big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) in southeastern Alberta. J Mamm 79:764-771.
  • Hamilton, IM and RMR Barclay. 1994. Patterns of daily torpor and day-roost selection by male and female big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus). Can J Zool 72:744-749.

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