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Dr Paul Rose
Dr Paul Rose
Lecturer, University of Exeter / Research Associate, WWT
Verified email at exeter.ac.uk
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To pace or not to pace? A review of what abnormal repetitive behavior tells us about zoo animal management
PE Rose, SM Nash, LM Riley
Journal of Veterinary Behavior 20, 11-21, 2017
722017
The potential of social network analysis as a tool for the management of zoo animals
PE Rose, DP Croft
Animal Welfare 24 (2), 123-138, 2015
612015
What’s new from the zoo? An analysis of ten years of zoo-themed research output
PE Rose, JE Brereton, LJ Rowden, RL de Figueiredo, LM Riley
Palgrave Communications 5 (1), 2019
592019
A review of captive flamingo (P hoenicopteridae) welfare: A synthesis of current knowledge and future directions
PE Rose, DP Croft, R Lee
International Zoo Yearbook 48 (1), 139-155, 2014
472014
Evaluating the activity patterns and enclosure usage of a little-studied zoo species, the sitatunga (Tragelaphus spekii)
P Rose, R Robert
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 1 (1), 14-19, 2013
462013
Measuring welfare in captive flamingos: Activity patterns and exhibit usage in zoo-housed birds
PE Rose, JE Brereton, DP Croft
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 205, 115-125, 2018
412018
Using student-centred research to evidence-base exhibition of reptiles and amphibians: Three species-specific case studies
P Rose, C Evans, R Coffin, R Miller, S Nash
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 2 (1), 25-32, 2014
312014
The use of Qualitative Behavioural Assessment to zoo welfare measurement and animal husbandry change.
P Rose, L Riley
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 7 (4), 150-161, 2019
242019
Serous fat atrophy and other nutrition-related health problems in captive giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis). An evaluation of 83 necropsy reports
M Clauss, P Rose, J Hummel, JM Hatt
University of Zurich, 2006
232006
Social bonds in a flock bird: Species differences and seasonality in social structure in captive flamingo flocks over a 12-month period
PE Rose, DP Croft
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 193, 87-97, 2017
222017
Developing flamingo husbandry practices through workshop communication
P Rose, JE Brereton, L Gardner
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 4 (2), 115-121, 2016
192016
Quantifying the social structure of a large captive flock of greater flamingos (Phoenicopterus roseus): Potential implications for management in captivity
PE Rose, DP Croft
Behavioural processes 150, 66-74, 2018
172018
Concepts, applications, uses and evaluation of environmental enrichment: Perceptions of zoo professionals
LM Riley, PE Rose
Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 8 (1), 18-28, 2020
162020
Understanding intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of aggressive behaviour in waterbird assemblages: a meta-analysis
KA Wood, J Ponting, N D'Costa, JL Newth, PE Rose, P Glazov, EC Rees
Animal Behaviour 126, 209-216, 2017
162017
A Case Study of Malayan Tapir (Tapirus indicus) Husbandry Practice Across 10 Zoological Collections
PE Rose, SM Roffe
Zoo biology 32 (3), 347-356, 2013
162013
Patterns of nocturnal activity in captive greater flamingos
PE Rose, I Lloyd, JE Brereton, DP Croft
Zoo Biology 37 (5), 290-299, 2018
152018
Evaluating the social networks of four flocks of captive flamingos over a five-year period: Temporal, environmental, group and health influences on assortment
PE Rose, DP Croft
Behavioural processes 175, 104118, 2020
142020
Evidence of directed interactions between individuals in captive flamingo flocks
PE Rose, DP Croft
Wildfowl 65 (65), 121-132, 2015
142015
Evaluating the social structure of captive Rothschild’s giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi): Relevance to animal management and animal welfare
J Lewton, PE Rose
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 23 (2), 178-192, 2020
132020
Visitor presence and a changing soundscape, alongside environmental parameters, can predict enclosure usage in captive flamingos
P Rose, A Badman‐King, S Hurn, T Rice
Zoo Biology 40 (5), 363-375, 2021
122021
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