Natalie Cooper
Natalie Cooper
Principal Researcher, Science Group, Natural History Museum, London
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Phylogenetic signal in primate behaviour, ecology and life history
JM Kamilar, N Cooper
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
A cautionary note on the use of Ornstein Uhlenbeck models in macroevolutionary studies
N Cooper, GH Thomas, C Venditti, A Meade, RP Freckleton
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 118 (1), 64-77, 2016
Ecology and mode-of-life explain lifespan variation in birds and mammals
K Healy, T Guillerme, S Finlay, A Kane, SBA Kelly, D McClean, DJ Kelly, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1784), 20140298, 2014
The island rule: made to be broken?
S Meiri, N Cooper, A Purvis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1631), 141-148, 2008
Predicting susceptibility to future declines in the world's frogs
J Bielby, N Cooper, AA Cunningham, TWJ Garner, A Purvis
Conservation Letters 1 (2), 82-90, 2008
Phylogenetic comparative approaches for studying niche conservatism
N Cooper, W Jetz, RP Freckleton
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (12), 2529-2539, 2010
Metabolic rate and body size are linked with perception of temporal information
K Healy, L McNally, GD Ruxton, N Cooper, AL Jackson
Animal behaviour 86 (4), 685-696, 2013
Macroecology and extinction risk correlates of frogs
N Cooper, J Bielby, GH Thomas, A Purvis
Global Ecology and Biogeography 17 (2), 211-221, 2008
Body size evolution in mammals: complexity in tempo and mode
N Cooper, A Purvis
The American Naturalist 175 (6), 727-738, 2010
Phylogenetic conservatism of environmental niches in mammals
N Cooper, RP Freckleton, W Jetz
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1716), 2384-2391, 2011
Phylogenetic host specificity and understanding parasite sharing in primates
N Cooper, R Griffin, M Franz, M Omotayo, CL Nunn
Ecology letters 15 (12), 1370-1377, 2012
Predicting how populations decline to extinction
B Collen, L McRae, S Deinet, A De Palma, T Carranza, N Cooper, J Loh, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
A common tendency for phylogenetic overdispersion in mammalian assemblages
N Cooper, J Rodríguez, A Purvis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1646), 2031-2037, 2008
Comparative methods as a statistical fix: the dangers of ignoring an evolutionary model
RP Freckleton, N Cooper, W Jetz
The American Naturalist 178 (1), E10-E17, 2011
Effects of missing data on topological inference using a total evidence approach
T Guillerme, N Cooper
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 94, 146-158, 2016
Disparities in the analysis of morphological disparity
T Guillerme, N Cooper, SL Brusatte, KE Davis, AL Jackson, S Gerber, ...
Biology letters 16 (7), 20200199, 2020
Shedding light on the ‘dark side’of phylogenetic comparative methods
N Cooper, GH Thomas, RG FitzJohn
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (6), 693-699, 2016
Host longevity and parasite species richness in mammals
N Cooper, JM Kamilar, CL Nunn
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42190, 2012
Modelling extinction risk in multispecies data sets: phylogenetically independent contrasts versus decision trees
J Bielby, M Cardillo, N Cooper, A Purvis
Biodiversity and Conservation 19, 113-127, 2010
What can cetacean stranding records tell us? A study of UK and Irish cetacean diversity over the past 100 years
EJ Coombs, R Deaville, RC Sabin, L Allan, M O'Connell, S Berrow, ...
Marine Mammal Science 35 (4), 1527-1555, 2019
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