Scott Creel Publications from 2001

(PDF) Creel S 2001.  Social dominance and stress hormones.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16: 491-497

Spong, G & Creel, S 2001. Deriving dispersal distances from genetic data.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences 268:2571-2574

Creel S 2001.  Cooperative hunting and sociality in African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus).  In: Model Systems in Behavioral Ecology  Ed. by L. Dugatkin, pp. 466-490, Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Creel S, Spong G & Creel NM 2001. Interspecific competition and the population biology of extinction-prone carnivores.  In Conservation of Carnivores.  Ed by J. Gittleman, D. Macdonald, S. Funk and R Wayne, pp. 35-60. Cambridge University Press. 

Girman DJ, Vila C, Geffen E, Creel S, Mills MGL, McNutt JW, Ginsberg J, Kat P & Wayne RK 2001.  Patterns of population subdivision, gene flow, and genetic variability in the African wild dog, Lycaon pictus. Molecular Ecology. 10: 1703-1723

Creel S 2001.  Four factors modifying the impact of competition on carnivore population dynamics, as illustrated by African wild dogs, Lycaon pictusConservation Biology 15: 74-79.