Christopher J. Schell
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Research priorities from animal behaviour for maximising conservation progress
AL Greggor, O Berger-Tal, DT Blumstein, L Angeloni, C Bessa-Gomes, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (12), 953-964, 2016
The ecological and evolutionary consequences of systemic racism in urban environments
CJ Schell, K Dyson, TL Fuentes, S Des Roches, NC Harris, DS Miller, ...
Science 369 (6510), 2020
Parental habituation to human disturbance over time reduces fear of humans in coyote offspring
CJ Schell, JK Young, EV Lonsdorf, RM Santymire, JM Mateo
Ecology and evolution 8 (24), 12965-12980, 2018
Investigation of techniques to measure cortisol and testosterone concentrations in coyote hair
CJ Schell, JK Young, EV Lonsdorf, JM Mateo, RM Santymire
Zoo biology 36 (3), 220-225, 2017
Socio‐eco‐evolutionary dynamics in cities
S Des Roches, KI Brans, MR Lambert, LR Rivkin, AM Savage, CJ Schell, ...
Evolutionary Applications 14 (1), 248-267, 2021
Advancing urban wildlife research through a multi‐city collaboration
SB Magle, M Fidino, EW Lehrer, T Gallo, MP Mulligan, MJ Ríos, AA Ahlers, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (4), 232-239, 2019
Recreating Wakanda by promoting Black excellence in ecology and evolution
CJ Schell, C Guy, DS Shelton, SC Campbell-Staton, BA Sealey, DN Lee, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (10), 1285-1287, 2020
Anthropogenic and physiologically induced stress responses in captive coyotes
CJ Schell, JK Young, EV Lonsdorf, RM Santymire
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (5), 1131-1140, 2013
The complexity of urban eco-evolutionary dynamics
M Alberti, EP Palkovacs, SD Roches, LD Meester, KI Brans, L Govaert, ...
BioScience 70 (9), 772-793, 2020
Urban evolutionary ecology and the potential benefits of implementing genomics
CJ Schell
Journal of Heredity 109 (2), 138-151, 2018
The evolutionary consequences of human–wildlife conflict in cities
CJ Schell, LA Stanton, JK Young, LM Angeloni, JE Lambert, SW Breck, ...
Evolutionary Applications 14 (1), 178-197, 2021
Landscape-scale differences among cities alter common species’ responses to urbanization
M Fidino, T Gallo, EW Lehrer, MH Murray, CAM Kay, HA Sander, ...
Ecological Applications 31 (2), e2253, 2020
Olfactory attractants and parity affect prenatal androgens and territoriality of coyote breeding pairs
CJ Schell, JK Young, EV Lonsdorf, JM Mateo, RM Santymire
Physiology & Behavior 165, 43-54, 2016
Human dimensions: raising black excellence by elevating black ecologists through collaboration, celebration, and promotion
BA Sealey, DAE Beasley, SJ Halsey, CJ Schell, ZH Leggett, S Yitbarek, ...
The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 101 (4), e01765, 2020
Human Dimensions
BA Sealey, DAE Beasley, SJ Halsey, CJ Schell, ZH Leggett, S Yitbarek, ...
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 101 (4), 1-6, 2020
Investigating the genetic and environmental architecture of interpack aggression in North American grey wolves
CJ Schell
Molecular ecology 29 (10), 1757-1760, 2020
Genomics of adaptation to human contexts
KG Turner, CJ Schell, BT Moyers
Journal of Heredity 109 (2), 101-102, 2018
It takes two: Evidence for reduced sexual conflict over parental care in a biparental canid
CJ Schell, JK Young, EV Lonsdorf, JM Mateo, RM Santymire
Journal of Mammalogy 99 (1), 75-88, 2018
Differential and long-term impacts of biparental effects on offspring personality and hormones in coyotes (Canis latrans)
CJ Schell
The University of Chicago, 2015
Wealth and urbanization shape medium and large terrestrial mammal communities
SB Magle, M Fidino, HA Sander, AT Rohnke, KL Larson, T Gallo, ...
Global Change Biology, 2021
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