Assistant Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Andrew Davies' research examines how animals interact with the environment and each other to affect ecosystem processes at landscape scales.
- Brodrick, PG, Davies, AB & Asner, GP (2019) Uncovering ecological patterns with convolutional neural networks. Trends in Ecology and Evolution in press.
- Davies, AB & Asner, GP (2019) Elephants limit aboveground carbon gains in African savannas. Global Change Biology 25, 1368-1382.
- Davies, AB, Oram, F, Ancrenaz, M & Asner, GP (2019) Combining behavioural and LiDAR data to reveal relationships between canopy structure and orangutan nest site selection in disturbed forests. Biological Conservation 232, 97-107.
- Schmitz, OJ, Wilmers, CC, Leroux, SJ, Doughty, CE, Atwood, TB, Galetti, M, Davies, AB, Goetz, SJ (2018) Animals and the zoogeochemistry of the carbon cycle. Science 362, eaar3213.
- Leitner, M, Davies, AB, Parr, CL, Eggleton, P & Robertson, MP (2018) Woody encroachment slows decomposition and termite activity in an African savanna. Global Change Biology 24, 2597-2606.
Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
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