Publications

Sundaresan, S. R., Fischhoff, Ilya. R., Hartung, H., Akilong, P. & Rubenstein, D. I. 2007. Habitat choice of Grevy's zebras (Equus grevyi) in Laikipia, Kenya. African Journal of Ecology. pdf

Rubenstein, D. I., S. Sundaresan, I. Fischhoff & D. Saltz. 2007. Social networks in wild asses: Comparing patterns and processes among populations. Pp. 159-176. In: Exploration into the Biological Resources of Mongolia, Vol. 10. A. Stubbe, P. Kaczensky, K. Wesche, R. Samjaa, M. Stubbe (eds.). Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle (Saale).

Sundaresan, S. R., Fischhoff, I. R. & Rubenstein, D. I. 2007. Male harassment influences female movements and associations in Grevy's zebra (Equus grevyi). Behavioral Ecology, 18 (5), 860-865. pdf

Fischhoff, I. R., Sundaresan, S. R., Cordingley, J. E. & Rubenstein, D. I. 2007. Habitat use and movements of plains zebra (Equus burchelli) in response to predation danger from lions. Behavioral Ecology, 18 (4), 725-729. pdf

Fischhoff, I. R., Sundaresan, S. R., Cordingley, J. E., Larkin, H. M., Sellier, M.-J. & Rubenstein, D. I. 2007. Social relationships and reproductive state influence leadership roles in movements of plains zebra (Equus burchellii). Animal Behaviour, 73, 825-831. pdf

Sundaresan, S. R., Fischhoff, I. R., Dushoff, J. & Rubenstein, D. I. 2007. Network metrics reveal differences in social organization between two fission-fusion species, Grevy's zebra and onager. Oecologia, 151, 140-149. pdf

    Saltz, D., Rubenstein, D. I. & White, G. C. 2006. The impact of increased environmental stochasticity due to climate change on the dynamics of asiatic wild ass. Conservation Biology, 20, 1402-1409. pdf

Rubenstein, D. I. & Hack, M. 2004. Natural and sexual selection and the evolution of multi-level societies: insights from zebras with comparisons to primates. In: Sexual selection in primates: new and comparative perspectives (Ed. by Kappeler, P. M. & Schaik, C. v.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pdf

Saltz, D., Rowen, M. & Rubenstein, D. I. 2000. The effect of space-use patterns of reintroduced Asiatic wild ass on effective population size. Conservation Biology, 14, 1852-1861. pdf