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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
412016
African elephants use plant odours to make foraging decisions across multiple spatial scales
MH Schmitt, A Shuttleworth, D Ward, AM Shrader
Animal Behaviour 141, 17-27, 2018
362018
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
352014
A research agenda for the restoration of tropical and subtropical grasslands and savannas
E Buisson, A Fidelis, GE Overbeck, IB Schmidt, G Durigan, TP Young, ...
Restoration Ecology 29, e13292, 2021
222021
Incorporating secondary metabolites, tannin-binding proteins, and diet breadth into carrying-capacity models for African elephants
MH Schmitt, D Ward, AM Shrader
Ecological Modelling 332, 8-18, 2016
212016
The role of volatile plant secondary metabolites as pre‐ingestive cues and potential toxins dictating diet selection by African elephants
MH Schmitt, A Shuttleworth, AM Shrader, D Ward
Oikos 129 (1), 24-34, 2020
172020
Plant volatiles are a salient cue for foraging mammals: elephants target preferred plants despite background plant odour
C McArthur, PB Finnerty, MH Schmitt, A Shuttleworth, AM Shrader
Animal Behaviour 155, 199-216, 2019
162019
Salivary tannin-binding proteins: a foraging advantage for goats?
MH Schmitt, D Ward, AM Shrader
Livestock Science 234, 103974, 2020
112020
Mixed-species herding levels the landscape of fear
K Stears, MH Schmitt, CC Wilmers, AM Shrader
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1922), 20192555, 2020
92020
The influences of plant secondary metabolites on the foraging behaviour and carrying capacities of the African elephant, Loxodonta africana.
MH Schmitt
92017
The sensory ecology of fear: African elephants show aversion to olfactory predator signals
K Valenta, MH Schmitt, M Ayasse, O Nevo
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (2), e333, 2021
72021
Are there phylogenetic differences in salivary tannin‐binding proteins between browsers and grazers, and ruminants and hindgut fermenters?
D Ward, MH Schmitt, AM Shrader
Ecology and Evolution 10 (19), 10426-10439, 2020
72020
Sweet tooth: Elephants detect fruit sugar levels based on scent alone
O Nevo, MH Schmitt, M Ayasse, K Valenta
Ecology and evolution 10 (20), 11399-11407, 2020
62020
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
42021
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
42020
Megaherbivore browsers vs. tannins: is being big enough?
MH Schmitt, AM Shrader, D Ward
Oecologia 194 (3), 383-390, 2020
22020
Browser Population–Woody Vegetation Relationships in Savannas: From Bites to Landscapes
MH Schmitt, AM Shrader
Savanna Woody Plants and Large Herbivores, 245-278, 2019
12019
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