Matthew Silk
Matthew Silk
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
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The use of multilayer network analysis in animal behaviour
KR Finn, MJ Silk, MA Porter, N Pinter-Wollman
Animal Behaviour 149, 7-22, 2019
The importance of fission–fusion social group dynamics in birds
MJ Silk, DP Croft, T Tregenza, S Bearhop
Ibis 156 (4), 701-715, 2014
Using Social Network Measures in Wildlife Disease Ecology, Epidemiology, and Management
MJ Silk, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, DJ Hodgson, M Boots, N Weber, ...
BioScience 67 (3), 245-257, 2017
The consequences of unidentifiable individuals for the analysis of an animal social network
MJ Silk, AL Jackson, DP Croft, K Colhoun, S Bearhop
Animal Behaviour 104, 1-11, 2015
The application of statistical network models in disease research
MJ Silk, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, DJ Hodgson, N Weber, M Boots, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (9), 1026-1041, 2017
Can Multilayer Networks Advance Animal Behavior Research?
MJ Silk, KR Finn, MA Porter, N Pinter-Wollman
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (6), 376-378, 2018
Integrating social behaviour, demography and disease dynamics in network models: applications to disease management in declining wildlife populations
MJ Silk, DJ Hodgson, C Rozins, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, M Boots, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1781), 20180211, 2019
Wildlife disease ecology from the individual to the population: Insights from a long‐term study of a naturally infected European badger population
JL McDonald, A Robertson, MJ Silk
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), 101-112, 2018
Perils and pitfalls of mixed-effects regression models in biology
MJ Silk, XA Harrison, DJ Hodgson
PeerJ 8, e9522, 2020
Considering connections between Hollywood and biodiversity conservation
MJ Silk, SL Crowley, AJ Woodhead, A Nuno
Conservation Biology 32 (3), 597-606, 2018
Understanding animal social structure: exponential random graph models in animal behaviour research
MJ Silk, DN Fisher
Animal Behaviour 132, 137-146, 2017
Common datastream permutations of animal social network data are not appropriate for hypothesis testing using regression models
MN Weiss, DW Franks, LJN Brent, S Ellis, MJ Silk, DP Croft
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (2), 255-265, 2021
Evaluating Bayesian stable isotope mixing models of wild animal diet and the effects of trophic discrimination factors and informative priors
GJF Swan, S Bearhop, SM Redpath, MJ Silk, CED Goodwin, R Inger, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (1), 139-149, 2020
Multilayer and Multiplex Networks: An Introduction to Their Use in Veterinary Epidemiology
AC Kinsley, G Rossi, M Silk, K VanderWaal
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7, 596, 2020
Analysing animal social network dynamics: the potential of stochastic actor‐oriented models
DN Fisher, A Ilany, MJ Silk, T Tregenza
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (2), 202-212, 2017
Contact networks structured by sex underpin sex‐specific epidemiology of infection
MJ Silk, NL Weber, LC Steward, DJ Hodgson, M Boots, DP Croft, ...
Ecology letters 21 (2), 309-318, 2018
A guide to choosing and implementing reference models for social network analysis
EA Hobson, MJ Silk, NH Fefferman, DB Larremore, P Rombach, S Shai, ...
Biological Reviews 96 (6), 2716-2734, 2021
Social structure contains epidemics and regulates individual roles in disease transmission in a group‐living mammal
C Rozins, MJ Silk, DP Croft, RJ Delahay, DJ Hodgson, RA McDonald, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (23), 12044-12055, 2018
Infected or informed? Social structure and the simultaneous transmission of information and infectious disease
JC Evans, MJ Silk, NJ Boogert, DJ Hodgson
Oikos, 2020
Demographic amplification is a predictor of invasiveness among plants
K Jelbert, D Buss, J McDonald, S Townley, M Franco, I Stott, O Jones, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 5602, 2019
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