Jennifer Crawley

Doctoral Student, Department of Biology (Department of Biology)
Doctoral Candidate, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (Department of Biology)


Investigating changes within the handling system of the largest semi-captive population of Asian elephants (2019)
Jennie A. H. Crawley, Mirkka Lahdenperä, Martin W. Seltmann, Win Htut, Htoo Htoo Aung, Kyaw Nyein, Virpi Lummaa
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Is bigger better? The relationship between size and reproduction in female Asian elephants (2017)
Journal of Evolutionary Biology
J.A.H. Crawley, H.S. Mumby, S.N. Chapman, M. Lahdenperä, K.U. Mar, W. HTut, A. Thura Soe, H.H. Aung, V. Lummaa
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Distinguishing between determinate and indeterminate growth in a long-lived mammal (2015)
BMC Evolutionary Biology
Mumby HS, Chapman SN, Crawley JAH, Mar KU, Htut W, Soe AT, Aung HH, Lummaa V
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Last updated on 2017-17-11 at 06:24