By: Ashley Ward (Author), Mike Webster (Author)
276 pages, 19 colour photos, 28 b/w illustrations, tables
The last decade has seen a surge of interest among biologists in a range of social animal phenomena, including collective behaviour and social networks. In 'Animal Social Behaviour', authors Ashley Ward and Michael Webster integrate the most up-to-date empirical and theoretical research to provide a new synthesis of the field, which is aimed at fellow researchers and postgraduate students on the topic.
Part 1 What is Sociality?
Part 2 How Do Animals Group?
Part 3 Why Do Animals Group?
Part 4 How does animal social behaviour fit in an evolutionary context?
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Dr. Ashley Ward, Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Sidney, Australia. Dr Mike Webster, Post-doctoral research fellow, School of Biology, University of St Andrews, UK.
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