Pressures on wildlife, lecture series Spring 2013, Reading list

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Pressures on wildlife, lecture series Spring 2013, Reading list

Avery, M. 2013. Fighting for Birds: 25 years in nature conservation. Pelagic Publishing,
Benitez-Lopez,A., Alkemade, R., Verweij, P.A., 2010. The impacts of roads and other infrastructure on mammal and bird populations: a meta-analysis. Biological Conservation 143, 1307-1316.
Corney, P.M., Smithers, R.J., Kirby, J.S., Peterken, G.F., Le Duc, M.G.,  Marrs, R.H.,  2008. Impacts of nearby development on the ecology of ancient woodland.  Report to the Woodland Trust, Grantham
Dawson, D.G. 2013. Badgers and TB – where is the science? Text with references and PDF of lecture in this series:
English Nature, 1993. Roads and nature conservation: guidance on impacts, mitigation and enhancement. English Nature, Peterborough.
Forman, R.T.T., Alexander,L.E., 1998. Roads and their major ecological effects.  Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29, 207-231.
Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, 2006.  Guidelines for Ecological impact Assessment in the UK. IEEM, Winchester.
Oldfield, T.E.E., Smith, R.J., Harrop, S.R. & Leader-Williams, N. 2003. Field sports and conservation in the United Kingdom. Nature 423:531-533.
Spellerberg, I.F., 1998.  Ecological effects of roads and traffic: a literature review.  Global Ecology and Biography Letters 7, 317-333.
Tollymore Forest Park Red Squirrel Group. Ireland’s squirrels.
Trombulak, S.C., Frissell, C.A. 2000. Review of ecological effects of roads on terrestrial and aquatic communities.  Conservation Biology 14, 18-30.
Warwick, H. 2012. Comment: Uist Hedgehogs – lessons learnt in wildlife management. British Wildlife 24(2)
References on Badgers and TB are in a separate text accompanying the PDF on that topic.
Links and references for grey and red squirrels:

Web sites
Bosch, S., & Lurz, P. (2012). The Eurasian Red Squirrel Sciurus vulgaris, Die Neue Brehm-Bücherei, English Edition. Hohenlohe, Germany.
Gurnell, J. (1987) The Natural History of Squirrels. Christopher Helm, London.
Gurnell, J. (1996). The effects of food availability and winter weather on the dynamics of a grey squirrel population in Southern England. Journal of Applied Ecology, 33, 325-338.
Gurnell, J., McDonald, R., & Lurz, P. W. (2011). Making red squirrels more visible: the use of baited visual counts to monitor populations. Mammal Review, 41, 244-250.
Gurnell, J., & Kenward, R. E. (2008). Grey squirrel Sciuris carolinensis. In S. Harris, D. W. Yalden & M. Society (Eds.), Mammals of the British Isles: Handbook 4th Edit (pp. 66-72). Southampton, England: The Mammal Society.
Gurnell, J., Lurz, P. W. W., & Halliwell, E. C. (2008). Red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris. In S. Harris & D. W. Yalden (Eds.), The Mammals of the British Isles: Handbook 4th Edition (pp. 55-66). Southampton, England: The Mammal Society.
Gurnell, J., Lurz, P. W. W., & Wauters, L. (2012). Squirrels. pp. 35. Southampton: Mammal Society.
Lurz, P. (2010). Red squirrels: naturally Scottish. Edinburgh, Scottish Natural Heritage.
Shorten, M. (1954). Squirrels. London: Collins.
Steele, M., & Koprowski, J. (2001). North American Tree Squirrels. Washington & London: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Thorington Jr, R., & Ferrell, K. (2006). Squirrels: The Animal Answer Guide. Baltimore, USA: John Hopkins University Press.
Thorington Jr, R., Koprowsk, J., Steele, M. A., & Whatton, J. (2012). Squirrels of the world: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

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