Cassandra Nunez
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Sociality increases juvenile survival after a catastrophic event in the feral horse (Equus caballus)
CMV Nuñez, JS Adelman, DI Rubenstein
Behavioral Ecology, aru163, 2015
Immunocontraception decreases group fidelity in a feral horse population during the non-breeding season
CMV Nuñez, JS Adelman, C Mason, DI Rubenstein
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 117 (1), 74-83, 2009
Sociality and reproductive skew in horses and zebras
DI Rubenstein, CMV Nuñez
Reproductive Skew in Vertebrates: Proximate and Ultimate Causes, 196-226, 2009
Immunocontraception in wild horses (Equus caballus) extends reproductive cycling beyond the normal breeding season
CMV Nuñez, JS Adelman, DI Rubenstein
PLoS One 5 (10), e13635, 2010
Linking social environment and stress physiology in feral mares (< i> Equus caballus</i>): Group transfers elevate fecal cortisol levels
CMV Nuñez, JS Adelman, J Smith, LR Gesquiere, DI Rubenstein
General and comparative endocrinology 196, 26-33, 2014
Lingering effects of contraception management on feral mare (Equus caballus) fertility and social behavior
CMV Nuñez, JS Adelman, HA Carr, CM Alvarez, DI Rubenstein
Conservation Physiology 5 (1), cox018, 2017
Management of free-roaming horses
C Nuñez, A Scorolli, L Lagos, D Berman, A Kane
Wild equids. Ecology, management, and conservation. Johns Hopkins University …, 2016
Zebra reproduction
CMV Nuñez, CS Asa, DI Rubenstein
Equine reproduction, Volume 2, 2851-2865, 2011
Consequences of porcine zona pellucida immunocontraception to feral horses
C Nuñez
Human–Wildlife Interactions 12 (1), 14, 2018
A Free-Ranging, Feral Mare Equus caballus Affords Similar Maternal Care to Her Genetic and Adopted Offspring
CMV Nunez, JS Adelman, DI Rubenstein
The American Naturalist 182 (5), 674-681, 2013
Management of wild horses with porcine zona pellucida: history, consequences, and future strategies
CMV Nuñez
Horses: Biology, Domestication, and Human Interactions. Nova Science …, 2009
Communication is key: Mother-offspring signaling can affect behavioral responses and offspring survival in feral horses (Equus caballus)
CMV Nuñez, DI Rubenstein
Plos one 15 (4), e0231343, 2020
Op-ed: Wild horse contraception not without unintended consequences
C Nuñez, J Adelman, D Rubenstein
The Salt Lake Tribune, 2653298-155, 2015
Decreased female fidelity alters male behavior in a feral horse population managed with immunocontraception
MM Jones, CMV Nuñez
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 214, 34-41, 2019
Laissez-Faire Stallions? Males’ Fecal Cortisol Metabolite Concentrations Do Not Vary with Increased Female Turnover in Feral Horses (Equus caballus)
MM Jones, C Nuñez
Animals 13 (1), 176, 2023
Rising up to the challenge of their rivals: Mare infidelity intensifies stallion response to playback of aggressive conspecific vocalizations
MM Jones, L Proops, CMV Nuñez
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 225, 104949, 2020
Wild equids: ecology, management, and conservation
L Boyd, A Scorolli, H Nowzari, A Bouskila, JI Ransom, P Kaczensky
Social organization of wild equids, 7, 2016
Ecological correlates of fecal corticosterone metabolites in female Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus)
JC Rabon, CMV Nuñez, PS Coates, MA Ricca, TN Johnson
Canadian Journal of Zoology 99 (9), 812-822, 2021
In Linking social behavior and stress physiology in feral mares (Equus caballus): Group transfers elevate fecal cortisol levels
CM Nuñez, JS Adelman, J Smith, L Gesquiere, DI Rubenstein
Integr. Comp. Biol 19, 26-33, 2016
Mother -infant relationships in feral horses (Equus caballus): Implications for the function of development in mammals
CMV Nunez
Princeton University, 2000
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