|The golden age of bio‐logging: How animal‐borne sensors are advancing the frontiers of ecology|
CC Wilmers, B Nickel, CM Bryce, JA Smith, RE Wheat, V Yovovich
Ecology 96 (7), 1741-1753, 2015
|Instantaneous energetics of puma kills reveal advantage of felid sneak attacks|
TM Williams, L Wolfe, T Davis, T Kendall, B Richter, Y Wang, C Bryce, ...
Science 346 (6205), 81-85, 2014
|Movement, resting, and attack behaviors of wild pumas are revealed by tri-axial accelerometer measurements|
Y Wang, B Nickel, M Rutishauser, CM Bryce, TM Williams, G Elkaim, ...
Movement Ecology 3 (1), 1, 2015
|Exploring models in the biology classroom|
CM Bryce, VB Baliga, KL De Nesnera, D Fiack, K Goetz, LM Tarjan, ...
The American Biology Teacher 78 (1), 35-42, 2016
|African wild dog dispersal and implications for management|
G Cozzi, DM Behr, HS Webster, M Claase, CM Bryce, B Modise, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 84 (4), 614-621, 2020
|Inter-stride variability triggers gait transitions in mammals and birds|
MC Granatosky, CM Bryce, J Hanna, A Fitzsimons, MF Laird, K Stilson, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1893), 20181766, 2018
|Comparative locomotor costs of domestic dogs reveal energetic economy of wolf-like breeds|
CM Bryce, TM Williams
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (2), 2017
|Surviving in steep terrain: a lab-to-field assessment of locomotor costs for wild mountain lions (Puma concolor)|
CE Dunford, NJ Marks, CC Wilmers, CM Bryce, B Nickel, LL Wolfe, ...
Movement Ecology 8 (1), 1-12, 2020
|Energetics and evasion dynamics of large predators and prey: pumas vs. hounds|
CM Bryce, CC Wilmers, TM Williams
PeerJ 5, e3701, 2017
|Hunters versus hunted: New perspectives on the energetic costs of survival at the top of the food chain|
TM Williams, M Peter‐Heide Jørgensen, AM Pagano, CM Bryce
Functional Ecology 34 (10), 2015-2029, 2020
|Tourist photographs as a scalable framework for wildlife monitoring in protected areas|
K Rafiq, CM Bryce, LN Rich, C Coco, DAW Miller, C Meloro, SA Wich, ...
Current Biology 29 (14), R681-R682, 2019
|Proxy problems: why a calibration is essential for interpreting quantified changes in energy expenditure from biologging data|
LG Halsey, CM Bryce
Functional Ecology 35 (3), 627-634, 2021
|Environmental correlates of activity and energetics in a wide-ranging social carnivore|
CM Bryce, CE Dunford, AM Pagano, Y Wang, BL Borg, SM Arthur, ...
Animal Biotelemetry 10 (1), 1-16, 2022
|Dogs as pets and pests: Global patterns of canine abundance, activity, and health|
Integrative and Comparative Biology 61 (1), 154-165, 2021
|Are humans evolved specialists for running in the heat? Man vs. horse races provide empirical insights|
LG Halsey, CM Bryce
Experimental Physiology 106 (1), 258-268, 2021
|Biology’s best friend: Bridging disciplinary gaps to advance canine science|
CM Bryce, MS Davis, ME Gompper, A Hurt, JM Koster, G Larson, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 61 (1), 76-92, 2021
|Movement energetics across landscapes: A canid case study|
UC Santa Cruz, 2017
|Predict this! Using models to observe correlation and improve predictions|
CM Bryce, K Geotz, P Barrick
|Savegre Valley Mammal Study–Report of Preliminary Results|
M Mooring, J Yee, C Bryce, W Taylor, B Perry
Currently Unpublished, 1-27, 2010
|Citizen-science on safari: tourist photographs as a scalable framework for large carnivore monitoring in protected areas|
K Rafiq, CM Bryce, LN Rich, MW Hayward, DAW Miller, C Coco, C Meloro, ...
Mechanisms facilitating coexistence between leopards (Panthera pardus) and …, 2018