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Dr Matthew Silk

Dr Matthew Silk

Associate Research Fellow

 01326 259467

 Environment and Sustainability Institute desk 4, 1.03

 

Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Research

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Fisher DN, Ilany A, Silk MJ, Tregenza T (In Press). Analysing animal social network dynamics: the potential of stochastic actor-oriented models. J Anim Ecol, 86(2), 202-212. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Silk M, Crowley S, Woodhead A, Nuno A (In Press). Considering connections between Hollywood and biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology Full text.
Silk M, Weber NL, Steward LC, Hodgson D, Boots M, Croft DP, Delahay RJ, McDonald R (In Press). Contact networks structured by sex underpin sex-specific epidemiology of infection. Ecology Letters Full text.
Silk MJ, Drewe JA, Delahay RJ, Weber N, Steward LC, Wilson-Aggarwal J, Boots M, Hodgson DJ, Croft DP, McDonald RA, et al (In Press). Quantifying direct and indirect contacts for the potential transmission of infection between species using a multilayer contact network. Behaviour Full text.
Silk MJ, Webber N, Steward LC, Delahay RJ, Croft DP, Hodgson, Hodgson DJ, Boots M, McDonald RA (In Press). Seasonal variation in daily patterns of social contacts in the European badger Meles meles. Ecology and Evolution Full text.
Silk MJ, Croft DP, Delahay RJ, Hodgson DJ, Boots M, Weber N, McDonald RA (In Press). Using social network metrics in wildlife disease ecology, epidemiology and management. Bioscience Full text.
Silk MJ, Finn KR, Porter MA, Pinter-Wollman N (2018). Can Multilayer Networks Advance Animal Behavior Research?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution Full text.
Silk MJ (2018). The next steps in the study of missing individuals in networks: a comment on Smith et al. (2017). Social Networks, 52, 37-41. Abstract.  Full text.
McDonald JL, Robertson A, Silk MJ (2018). Wildlife disease ecology from the individual to the population: Insights from a long-term study of a naturally infected European badger population. J Anim Ecol, 87(1), 101-112. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Silk MJ, Croft DP, Delahay RJ, Hodgson DJ, Weber N, Boots M, Mcdonald RA (2017). The application of statistical network models in disease research. Methods in Ecology and Evolution Abstract.  Full text.
Silk MJ, Fisher DN (2017). Understanding animal social structure: exponential random graph models in animal behaviour research. Animal Behaviour, 132, 137-146. Full text.
Silk MJ, Jackson AL, Croft DP, Colhoun K, Bearhop S (2015). The consequences of unidentifiable individuals for the analysis of an animal social network. Animal Behaviour, 104, 1-11. Abstract.
Silk MJ, Croft DP, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2014). The importance of fission-fusion social group dynamics in birds. IBIS, 156(4), 701-715. Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Fisher DN, Ilany A, Silk MJ, Tregenza T (In Press). Analysing animal social network dynamics: the potential of stochastic actor-oriented models. J Anim Ecol, 86(2), 202-212. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Silk M, Crowley S, Woodhead A, Nuno A (In Press). Considering connections between Hollywood and biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology Full text.
Silk M, Weber NL, Steward LC, Hodgson D, Boots M, Croft DP, Delahay RJ, McDonald R (In Press). Contact networks structured by sex underpin sex-specific epidemiology of infection. Ecology Letters Full text.
Silk MJ, Drewe JA, Delahay RJ, Weber N, Steward LC, Wilson-Aggarwal J, Boots M, Hodgson DJ, Croft DP, McDonald RA, et al (In Press). Quantifying direct and indirect contacts for the potential transmission of infection between species using a multilayer contact network. Behaviour Full text.
Silk MJ, Webber N, Steward LC, Delahay RJ, Croft DP, Hodgson, Hodgson DJ, Boots M, McDonald RA (In Press). Seasonal variation in daily patterns of social contacts in the European badger Meles meles. Ecology and Evolution Full text.
Silk MJ, Croft DP, Delahay RJ, Hodgson DJ, Boots M, Weber N, McDonald RA (In Press). Using social network metrics in wildlife disease ecology, epidemiology and management. Bioscience Full text.

2018

Silk MJ, Finn KR, Porter MA, Pinter-Wollman N (2018). Can Multilayer Networks Advance Animal Behavior Research?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution Full text.
Silk MJ (2018). The next steps in the study of missing individuals in networks: a comment on Smith et al. (2017). Social Networks, 52, 37-41. Abstract.  Full text.
McDonald JL, Robertson A, Silk MJ (2018). Wildlife disease ecology from the individual to the population: Insights from a long-term study of a naturally infected European badger population. J Anim Ecol, 87(1), 101-112. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2017

Silk MJ, Croft DP, Delahay RJ, Hodgson DJ, Weber N, Boots M, Mcdonald RA (2017). The application of statistical network models in disease research. Methods in Ecology and Evolution Abstract.  Full text.
Silk MJ, Fisher DN (2017). Understanding animal social structure: exponential random graph models in animal behaviour research. Animal Behaviour, 132, 137-146. Full text.

2015

Silk MJ, Jackson AL, Croft DP, Colhoun K, Bearhop S (2015). The consequences of unidentifiable individuals for the analysis of an animal social network. Animal Behaviour, 104, 1-11. Abstract.

2014

Silk MJ, Croft DP, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2014). The importance of fission-fusion social group dynamics in birds. IBIS, 156(4), 701-715. Author URL.

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