PhD Theses

18.      Brown, E.A. 2012 Detection and selection of parasite resistance genes in a free-living mammal population. University of Sheffield.

17.      Hayward, A. 2011 Parasites and life history variation in a wild mammal. University of Edinburgh.

16.      Johnston, S.E. 2010 Genetic Basis of Sexual Weaponry in a wild sheep population. University of Sheffield.

15.      Robinson, M. 2008 Selection and genetic variation of weaponry in a large mammal. University of Edinburgh.

14.      Beraldi, D. 2006. Genetic variation in natural populations: linkage mapping of fitness related traits in Soay sheep. University of Edinburgh.

13.      Tempest, L.-J. 2005. Parasites and the costs of reproduction in Soay sheep. University of Stirling.

12.      Craig, B.H. 2005. Parasite diversity in a free-living host population. University of Edinburgh.

11.      McRae, A.F. 2005. Quantitative and population genetic analyses of domesticated and wild sheep populations. University of Edinburgh.

10.      Jones, O.R. 2003. Grazing ecology, parasitism and performance of Soay sheep on St. Kilda. Imperial College London.

9.      Preston, B.T. 2001. Sexual selection and sperm competition in Soay sheep. University of Stirling.

8.     Thomas, S.C. 2001. The estimation of heritability using inferred relationships. University of Edinburgh.

7.     Tuke, A. 2001. Grass production and sheep grazing on the island of Hirta, Scotland. Imperial College London.

6.     Milner, J.M. 1999. Survival, natural selection and foraging efficiency in Soay sheep on St. Kilda. University College London.

5.     Smith, J.A. 1996. Polymorphism, parasites and fitness in Soay sheep. University of Cambridge.

4.     Paterson, S. 1996. Major histocompatibility complex variation in Soay sheep. University of Cambridge.

3.     Stevenson, I.R. 1994. Male-biased mortality in Soay sheep. University of Cambridge.

2.     Bancroft, D. 1993. Genetic variation and fitness in Soay sheep. University of Cambridge.

1.     Gulland, F.M.D. 1991. The role of parasites in the population of dynamics of Soay sheep on St. Kilda. University of Cambridge.