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The importance of Acacia trees for insectivorous bats and arthropods in the Arava desert
TD Hackett, C Korine, MW Holderied
PLoS One 8 (2), e52999, 2013
402013
Reshaping our understanding of species’ roles in landscape‐scale networks
TD Hackett, AMC Sauve, N Davies, D Montoya, JM Tylianakis, J Memmott
Ecology letters 22 (9), 1367-1377, 2019
352019
A whispering bat that screams: bimodal switch of foraging guild from gleaning to aerial hawking in the desert long-eared bat
TD Hackett, C Korine, MW Holderied
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (17), 3028-3032, 2014
162014
Echolocation call description of 15 species of Middle-Eastern desert dwelling insectivorous bats
TD Hackett, MW Holderied, C Korine
Bioacoustics 26 (3), 217-235, 2017
142017
A network perspective on the vectoring of human disease
B Bellekom, TD Hackett, OT Lewis
Trends in Parasitology 37 (5), 391-400, 2021
132021
Research priorities for maintaining biodiversity's contributions to people in Latin America
R Pearson, E Martínez-Meyer, M Andrade Velázquez, M Caron, ...
UCL Open: Environment Preprint, 2019
102019
Recommendations for environmental risk assessment of gene drive applications for malaria vector control
JB Connolly, JD Mumford, D Glandorf, S Hartley, OT Lewis, SW Evans, ...
Malaria Journal 21 (1), 1-13, 2022
12022
Effects of distance from semi-natural habitat on fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda, JE Smith) and its potential natural enemies in Ghana
MW Jordon, TD Hackett, F Aboagye-Antwi, VY Eziah, OT Lewis
Bulletin of Entomological Research 112 (3), 343-353, 2022
12022
Re-examining extreme sleep duration in bats: implications for sleep phylogeny, ecology and function
CD Harding, Y Yovel, TD Hackett, SN Peirson, VV Vyazovskiy
EcoEvoRxiv, 2021
12021
Tropical forest dung beetle–mammal dung interaction networks remain similar across an environmental disturbance gradient
LY Chiew, TD Hackett, JF Brodie, SW Teoh, DFRP Burslem, G Reynolds, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (3), 604-617, 2022
2022
The important interactions behind the itch: The potential consequences of reducing Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes to control Malaria
T Hackett, K Logan, M D'Souza
iBOL Barcode Bulletin 11 (1), 2021
2021
Bioacoustics, Habitat Use and Foraging Ecology of Desert-dwelling Insectivorous Bats
TD Hackett
University of Bristol, 2013
2013
Using DNA barcodes in the fight against Malaria
TD Hackett, KE Logan, ML D'Souza
Researchers unify under Target Malaria
TD Hackett, KE Logan, ML D'Souza
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