< > J17 - Biological Conservation

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Publisher Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford, UK.
ISSN 0006-3207

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J17.4.w1 1972 Belterman, Th. & de Vries, R. Aftermath of an oil-spill in the Amer River, Holland 4 146-148
J17.20.w1 1981 Baker, J.R., Jones, A.M., Jones, T.P. & Watson, H.C. Otter Lutra lutra L. mortality and marine oil pollution 20 311-321
J17.45.w1 1988 Schaller, G.B., Junrang, R. & Mingjiang, Q. Status of the snow leopard Panthera uncia in Qinghai and Gansu provinces, China 45 179-194

J17.46.w1

1988

Sears, J.

Regional and seasonal variations in lead poisoning in the mute swan Cygnus olor in relation to the distribution of lead and lead weights, in the Thames area, England

46

115-134

J17.46.w2

1988

Spray, C.J. & Milne, H.

The incidence of lead poisoning among whooper and mute swans Cygnus cygnus and C. olor in Scotland

46

265-281

J17.55.w1 1991 Fox, J.L. Status of the snow leopard Panthera uncia in northwest India 55 283-298
J17.56.w1 1991 Mallon, D.P. Status and conservation of large mammals in Ladakh 56 101-119
J17.73.w1 1995 Hamilton, S. & Moller, H. Can PVA models using computer packages offer useful conservation advice? Sooty shearwaters Puffinus griseus in New Zealand as a case study 73 107-117
J17.76.w1 1996 Laikre, L., Andren, R., Larrson, H.-O. & Ryman, N. Inbreeding depression in brown bear Ursus arctos 76 69-72
J17.86.w1 1998 Hull, C.L., Hindell, M.A., Gales, R.P., Meggs, R.A., Moyle, D.I. & Brothers, N.P. The efficacy of translocating little penguins Eudyptula minor during an oil spill 86 393-400
J17.86.w2 1998 Wolf, C.M., Garland, T. Jr. & Griffith, B. Predictors of avian and mammalian translocation success: reanalysis with phylogenetically independent contrasts 86 243-255
J17.87.w1 1999 Davison, A.,  Birks, J.D.S., Griffiths, H.I. Kitchener, A.C., Biggins, D. & Butlin, R.K.  Hybridization and the phylogenetic relationship between polecats and domestic ferrets in Britain 87 155-161
J17.93.w1 2000 Jackson, D.E. & Green, R.E. The importance of the introduced hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) as a predator of the eggs of waders (Charadrii) on machair in South Uist, Scotland 93 333-348
J17.93.w2 2000 Komers, P.E. & Curman, G.P. The effect of demographic characteristics on the success of ungulate re-introductions 93 187-193
J17.94.w1 2000 Priddel, D., Carlile, N. & Wheeler, R. Eradication of European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) from Cabbage Tree Island, NSW, Australia, to protect the breeding habitat of Gould's petrel (Pterodroma leucoptera leucoptera 94 115-125
J17.94.w2 2000 Dupain, J., Van Krunkelsven, E., Van Elsacker, L & Verheyen, R.F. Current status of the bonobo (Pan paniscus) in the proposed Lomako Reserve (Democratic Republic of Congo) 94 265-272
J17.95.w1 2000 Huijser, M.P. & Bergers, P.J.M. The effect of roads and traffic on hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) populations [Also published as Th6.4.w4] 95 111-116
J17.99.w1 2001 Van Krunkelsven, E. Density estimate of bonobo (Pan paniscus) in Salonga National Park, Congo 99 387-391
J17.106.w1 2002 Kanai, Y., Ueta, M., Germogenov, N., Nagendranc, M., Mitad, N. & Higuchie, H. Migration routes and important resting areas of Siberian cranes (Grus leucogeranus) between northeastern Siberia and China as revealed by satellite tracking 102 339-346
J17.107.w1 2002 Wanless, R.M., Cunningham, J., Hockey, P.A.R., Wanless, J., White, R.W. & Wiseman, R. The success of a soft-release reintroduction of the flightless Aldabra rail (Dryolimnas [cuvieri[ aldabranus) on Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles 107 203-210
J17.119.w1 2004 Wong, S.T., Serveen, C.W. & Ambu, L. Home range, movement and activity patterns, and bedding sites of Malayan sun bears Helarctos malayanus in the rainforest of Borneo 119 169-181
J17.124.w1 2005 McCarthy, T.M., Fuller, T.K.Munkhtsog, B. Movements and activities of snow leopards in Mongolia 124 527-537
J17.142.w1 2009 Moorhouse, T.P., Gelling, M. & Macdonald, D.W. Effects of habitat quality upon reintroduction success in water voles: evidence from a replicated experiment 142 53-60

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