Martin How Dr

Research Associate

School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol

Location
Bristol, United Kingdom
Discipline
Biological Sciences
Interests
Polarisation vision, camouflage, biological motion, animal navigation
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Publications

Motion camouflage induced by zebra stripes

How M, Zanker J

Zoology (2013)

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High e-vector acuity in the polarisation vision system of the fiddler crab Uca vomeris

How M, Pignatelli V, Temple S, Marshall N, Hemmi J

Journal of Experimental Biology (2012)

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Polarization distance: a framework for modelling object detection by polarization vision systems.

How M, Marshall N

Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society (2014)

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To be seen or to hide: visual characteristics of body patterns for camouflage and communication in the Australian giant cuttlefish, Sepia apama.

Zylinski S, How M, Osorio D, Hanlon R, Marshall N

American Naturalist (2011)

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Surveying noctural cuttlefish camouflage behaviour using an AUV

Williams S, Pizarro O, How M, Mercer D, Powell G, Marshall N et al.

2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (2009)

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The fiddler crab claw-waving display: an analysis of the structure and function of a movement-based visual signal

How M

October (2007)

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Variability of a dynamic visual signal: the fiddler crab claw-waving display.

How M, Zeil J, Hemmi J

Journal of comparative physiology. A, Neuroethology, sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology (2009)

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Claw waving display changes with receiver distance in fiddler crabs, Uca perplexa

How M, Hemmi J, Zeil J, Peters R

Animal Behaviour (2008)

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Differences in context and function of two distinct waving displays in the fiddler crab, Uca perplexa (Decapoda: Ocypodidae)

How M, Zeil J, Hemmi J

Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2007)

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Courtship herding in the fiddler crab Uca elegans.

How M, Hemmi J

Journal of comparative physiology. A, Neuroethology, sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology (2008)

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Courtship herding in the fiddler crab Uca elegans: tracking control system

How M, Hemmi J

Animal Behaviour (2008)

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Professional experience

Research Associate

School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol

December 2013 - Present

Postdoctoral fellow

The University of Queensland, Queensland Brain Institute, Brisbane, Australia

October 2009 - December 2013 (4 years 2 months)

Research Officer

Visual Ecology Group, Research School of Biological Sciences, Australian National University

August 2007 - August 2009 (2 years)

Education history

Visual Ecology Group, Research School of Biological Sciences, Australian National University

PhD Visual Ecology of Fiddler Crabs

February 2004 - August 2007 (3 years 6 months)

Department of Marine Science, University of Plymouth

MSc Marine Science

September 2001 - June 2003 (1 year 9 months)

Jesus College

BA Biological Sciences

October 1997 - June 2000 (2 years 8 months)