Eckhardt, N., L. Polansky, and C. Boesch. (In prep.) Spatial cohesion of male chimpanzees in Taï National Park, Côte d’Ivoire.
Polansky, L., W. Kilian, and G. Wittemyer. (In prep.) Approach with intent: movement behavior to water holes by an African savannah elephant population
Riedel, J., L. Polansky, and C. Boesch. (In prep.) High rank increases female chimpanzee access to meat in Taï National Park, Côte d’Ivoire.
Polansky, L., I. Douglas-Hamilton, and G. Wittemyer. Challenges to optimal foraging in an open system: movement of African savannah elephants across a resource gradient. In review.
Polansky, L. and M. R. Robbins. Generalized additive mixed models for disentangling long term trends, local anomalies, and seasonality in fruit tree phenology. In review.
Polansky, L., and C. Boesch. (In press.) Long-term fruit phenology changes in a West African lowland tropical rainforest are not explained by rainfall. Biotropica
Polansky, L., and G. Wittemyer. 2011. A framework for understanding the architecture of collective movements using pairwise analyses of animal movement data. Journal of the Royal Society Interface [main text pdf] [Appendix A] [Appendix B]
Polansky, L., G. Wittemyer, P. Cross, C. J. Tambling, W. M. Getz. 2010. From moonlight to movement, and synchronized randomness: Fourier and wavelet analyses of animal location time series data. Ecology [main text pdf 2.1 MB] [appendix A pdf 9.2 MB]
Wittemyer, G., L. Polansky, I. Douglas-Hamilton, and W.M. Getz. 2008. Disentangling the effects of forage, social rank and risk on movement autocorrelation of elephants using Fourier and wavelet analysis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences [main text pdf 1.8 MB] [supporting information pdf]
Polansky, L., P. de Valpine, J. O. Lloyd-Smith, W. M. Getz. 2008. Parameter estimation in a generalized discrete-time model of density dependence. Theoretical Ecology [main text pdf] [supplementary material pdf]
Crone, E. E., L. Polansky, and P. Lesica. 2005. Empirical models of pollen limitation, resource acquisition, and mast seeding by a bee-pollinated wildflower. American Naturalist [main text pdf]