Recent Submissions

  • A Generative Model for Natural Sounds Based on Latent Force Modelling 

    Wilkinson, WJ; Reiss, JD; Stowell, D (Springer, 2018-06)
    Recent advances in analysis of subband amplitude envelopes of natural sounds have resulted in convincing synthesis, showing subband amplitudes to be a crucial component of perception. Probabilistic latent variable analysis ...
  • The Evolutionary History of Dogs in the Americas 

    FRANTZ, LAF (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-07)
    Dogs were present in the Americas before the arrival of European colonists, but the origin and fate of these precontact dogs are largely unknown. We sequenced 71 mitochondrial and 7 nuclear genomes from ancient North ...
  • A Replicated Network Approach to ‘Big Data’ in Ecology 

    Ma, A; Bohan, DA; Canard, E; Derocles, SAP; Gray, C; Lu, X; Macfadyen, S; Romero, GQ; Kratina, P (Elsevier, 2018-06)
    Global environmental change is a pressing issue as evidenced by the rise of extreme weather conditions in many parts of the world, threatening the survival of vulnerable species and habitats. Effective monitoring of climatic ...
  • Fossilized skin reveals coevolution with feathers and metabolism in feathered dinosaurs and early birds. 

    McNamara, ME; Zhang, F; Kearns, SL; Orr, PJ; Toulouse, A; Foley, T; Hone, DWE; Rogers, CS; Benton, MJ; Johnson, D;... (Nature Publishing Group, 2018-05)
    Feathers are remarkable evolutionary innovations that are associated with complex adaptations of the skin in modern birds. Fossilised feathers in non-avian dinosaurs and basal birds provide insights into feather evolution, ...
  • Counting with DNA in metabarcoding studies: how should we convert sequence reads to dietary data? 

    Deagle, BE; Thomas, AC; McInnes, JC; Clarke, LJ; Vesterinen, EJ; Clare, EL; Kartzinel, TR; Eveson, JP (Wiley, 2018-06-02)
    Advances in DNA sequencing technology have revolutionised the field of molecular analysis of trophic interactions and it is now possible to recover counts of food DNA sequences from a wide range of dietary samples. But ...
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