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Wayne L. Linklater
Wayne L. Linklater
Department of Environmental Studies, CSU-Sacramento and Centre for African Conservation Ecology
Verified email at csus.edu
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Social bonds between unrelated females increase reproductive success in feral horses
EZ Cameron, TH Setsaas, WL Linklater
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (33), 13850-13853, 2009
5702009
Meta‐analysis of human connection to nature and proenvironmental behavior
J Whitburn, W Linklater, W Abrahamse
Conservation Biology 34 (1), 180-193, 2020
4452020
Eye-tracking of men’s preferences for waist-to-hip ratio and breast size of women
BJ Dixson, GM Grimshaw, WL Linklater, AF Dixson
Archives of sexual behavior 40, 43-50, 2011
2452011
Stallion harassment and the mating system of horses
WL Linklater, EZ Cameron, EO Minot, KJ Stafford
Animal Behaviour 58 (2), 295-306, 1999
2321999
Exposure to urban nature and tree planting are related to pro-environmental behavior via connection to nature, the use of nature for psychological restoration, and …
J Whitburn, WL Linklater, TL Milfont
Environment and behavior 51 (7), 787-810, 2019
2252019
Adaptive explanation in socio-ecology: lessons from the Equidae
WL Linklater
Biological reviews 75 (1), 1-20, 2000
2252000
Aging and improving reproductive success in horses: declining residual reproductive value or just older and wiser?
EZ Cameron, WL Linklater, KJ Stafford, EO Minot
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 47, 243-249, 2000
1502000
Social and spatial structure and range use by Kaimanawa wild horses (Equus caballus: Equidae)
WL Linklater, EZ Cameron, KJ Stafford, CJ Veltman
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 139-152, 2000
1272000
Extreme sex ratio variation in relation to change in condition around conception
EZ Cameron, WL Linklater
Biology letters 3 (4), 395-397, 2007
1242007
Birth sex ratios relate to mare condition at conception in Kaimanawa horses
EZ Cameron, WL Linklater, KJ Stafford, CJ Veltman
Behavioral Ecology 10 (5), 472-475, 1999
1131999
Maternal investment results in better foal condition through increased play behaviour in horses
EZ Cameron, WL Linklater, KJ Stafford, EO Minot
Animal Behaviour 76 (5), 1511-1518, 2008
1072008
Suckling behaviour does not measure milk intake in horses, Equus caballus
EZ CAMERON, KJ STAFFORD, WL LINKLATER, CJ VELTMAN
Animal behaviour 57 (3), 673-678, 1999
1031999
Psycho‐social factors influencing forest conservation intentions on the agricultural frontier
ME Mastrangelo, MC Gavin, P Laterra, WL Linklater, TL Milfont
Conservation Letters 7 (2), 103-110, 2014
992014
Science and management in a conservation crisis: a case study with rhinoceros
WL Linklater
Conservation Biology 17 (4), 968-975, 2003
942003
Individual mares bias investment in sons and daughters in relation to their condition
EZ Cameron, WL Linklater
Animal behaviour 60 (3), 359-367, 2000
942000
Men’s preferences for women’s breast morphology in New Zealand, Samoa, and Papua New Guinea
BJ Dixson, PL Vasey, K Sagata, N Sibanda, WL Linklater, AF Dixson
Archives of sexual behavior 40, 1271-1279, 2011
912011
Social grouping and maternal behaviour in feral horses (Equus caballus): the influence of males on maternal protectiveness
EZ Cameron, WL Linklater, KJ Stafford, EO Minot
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53, 92-101, 2003
882003
Tests for cooperative behaviour between stallions
WL Linklater, EZ Cameron
Animal Behaviour 60 (6), 731-743, 2000
792000
Eye tracking of men’s preferences for female breast size and areola pigmentation
BJ Dixson, GM Grimshaw, WL Linklater, AF Dixson
Archives of Sexual Behavior 40, 51-58, 2011
762011
Declining and low fecal corticoids are associated with distress, not acclimation to stress, during the translocation of African rhinoceros
WL Linklater, EA MacDonald, JRB Flamand, NM Czekala
Animal Conservation 13 (1), 104-111, 2010
692010
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