Keenan Stears
Keenan Stears
University of California Santa Barbara; South African Environmental Observation Network
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Zebra reduce predation risk in mixed-species herds by eavesdropping on cues from giraffe
MH Schmitt, K Stears, AM Shrader
Behavioral Ecology 27 (4), 1073-1077, 2016
Effects of the hippopotamus on the chemistry and ecology of a changing watershed
K Stears, DJ McCauley, JC Finlay, J Mpemba, IT Warrington, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 201800407, 2018
Migration in the Anthropocene: how collective navigation, environmental system and taxonomy shape the vulnerability of migratory species
M Hardesty-Moore, S Deinet, R Freeman, GC Titcomb, EM Dillon, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 373 (20170017), 2018
Determining the relative importance of dilution and detection for zebra foraging in mixed-species herds
MH Schmitt, K Stears, CC Wilmers, AM Shrader
Animal Behaviour 96, 151-158, 2014
Increases in food availability can tempt oribi antelope into taking greater risks at both large and small spatial scales
K Stears, AM Shrader
Animal Behaviour 108, 155-164, 2015
Group-living herbivores weigh up food availability and dominance status when making patch-joining decisions
K Stears, GIH Kerley, AM Shrader
PLoS One 9 (10), e109011, 2014
Spatial ecology of male hippopotamus in a changing watershed
K Stears, TA Nuņez, EA Muse, BM Mutayoba, DJ McCauley
Scientific Reports 9, 15392, 2019
Coexistence between wildlife and livestock is contingent on cattle density and season but not differences in body size
K Stears, AM Shrader
PLoS ONE 15 (7), e0236895, 2020
Mixed-species herding levels the landscape of fear
K Stears, MH Schmitt, CC Wilmers, AM Shrader
Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 287, 2020
Hippopotamus dung inputs accelerate fish predation by terrestrial consumers
K Stears, DJ McCauley
African Journal of Ecology 56 (4), 1034-1038, 2018
Hippopotamus movements structure the spatiotemporal dynamics of an active anthrax outbreak
K Stears, MH Schmitt, WC Turner, DJ McCauley, EA Muse, H Kiwango, ...
Ecosphere 12 (6), e03540, 2021
Does the removal of finder's share influence the scrounging decisions of herbivores?
RB Kok, K Stears, AM Shrader
Animal behaviour 133, 229-235, 2017
Shared insights across the ecology of coral reefs and African savannas: Are parrotfish wet wildebeest?
DE Burkepile, MH Schmitt, K Stears, MK Donovan, DI Thompson
BioScience 70 (8), 647-658, 2020
Key factors driving the foraging ecology of Oribi: fear, cattle and the quality and quantity of food.
K Stears
Assessing the performance of oribi antelope populations at multiple scales: the limitations of citizen-led oribi conservation
T Patel, K Stears, IT Little, AM Shrader
African Journal of Wildlife Research 51, 127-135, 2021
Evaluating oribi translocations for conservation: the importance of translocation guidelines
T Patel, K Stears, IT Little, AM Shrader
African Journal of Wildlife Research 51, 144–148, 2021
The conservation asessment of Equus quagga
K Stears, AM Shrader, G Castley
The Red List of Mammals of South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho., 2016
Scrounging herbivores use both patch quality and dominance status of patch holders when deciding which patch to join.
K Stears
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