Benjamin Marshall

Ben Marshall

Host Organisation

Stirling University

Primary Supervisor

Dr. A. Bradley Duthie (Stirling University)

Thesis Title

A virtual ecologist approach for improving methods in movement ecology


J, Cornelis, C. E. Cooper, D. C. Lettoof, M. Mayer, B. M. Marshall 3 2023 ‘Stuck in the weeds: Invasive grasses reduce tiger snake movement’, bioRxiv , doi:

C. S. Vishnu, B. M. Marshall, C. Ramesh, V. Thirumurugan, G. Talukdar, A. Das 6 2023 ‘Home range ecology of Indian rock pythons (Python molurus) in Sathyamangalam and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves, Tamil Nadu, Southern India’, Scientific Reports 13 , doi:

B. M. Marshall, A. B. Duthie 10 2022 ‘abmAnimalMovement: An R package for simulating animal movement using an agent-based model’, F1000Research , doi:

C. W. Hodges, B. M. Marshall, J. G. Hill III, C. T. Strine 5 2022 ‘Malayan kraits (Bungarus candidus) show affinity to anthropogenic structures in a human dominated landscape’, Scientific Reports 12 , doi:

E. R. Ivimey‐Cook, J. L. Pick, K. R. Bairos‐Novak, A. Culina, E. Gould, M. Grainger, B. M. Marshall, D. Moreau, M. Paquet, R. Royauté, A. Sánchez‐Tójar, I. Silva, S. M. Windecker 10 2022 ‘Implementing code review in the scientific workflow: Insights from ecology and evolutionary biology’, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 36 (10), 1347–1356, doi:

Y. Montano, B. M. Marshall, M. Ward, I. Silva, T. Artchawakom, S. Waengsothorn, C. T. Strine 7 2022 ‘A stable home: Autocorrelated Kernel Density Estimated home ranges of the critically endangered Elongated Tortoise’, Herpetological Journal 32 , 120-129, doi:

M. Crane​, I. Silva, B. M. Marshall, C. T. Strine 7 2021 ‘Lots of movement, little progress: a review of reptile home range literature’, PeerJ 9 , doi:

A. C. Hughes, B. M. Marshall, C. T. Strine 8 2021 ‘Gaps in global wildlife trade monitoring leave amphibians vulnerable’, eLife 10 , doi:

M. D. Jones, B. M. Marshall, S. N. Smith, M. Crane, I. Silva, T. Artchawakom, P. Suwanwaree, S. Waengsothorn, W. Wüster, M. Goode, C. T. Strine 8 2021 ‘How do King Cobras move across a major highway? Unintentional wildlife crossing structures may facilitate movement’, bioRxiv , doi:

B. M. Marshall, C. T. Strine, C. S. Fukushima, P. Cardoso, M. C. Orr, A. C. Hughes 5 2021 ‘Searching the web builds fuller picture of arachnid trade’, Communications Biology 5 , doi: