Items for Unique Author : Ballard, Guy

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A roadmap to meaningful dingo conservation

Allen, Benjamin L. and Allen, Lee R. and Ballard, Guy and Jackson, Stephen M. and Fleming, Peter J. S. (2017) A roadmap to meaningful dingo conservation. Canid Biology & Conservation, 20 (11). pp. 45-56.

As clear as mud: a critical review of evidence for the ecological roles of Australian dingoes

Allen, Benjamin L. and Fleming, Peter J. S. and Allen, Lee R. and Engeman, Richard M. and Ballard, Guy and Leung, Luke K.-P. (2013) As clear as mud: a critical review of evidence for the ecological roles of Australian dingoes. Biological Conservation, 159 (March). pp. 158-174. ISSN 0006-3207

Can we save large carnivores without losing large carnivore science?

Allen, Benjamin L. and Allen, Lee R. and Andren, Henrik and Ballard, Guy and Boitani, Luigi and Engeman, Richard M. and Fleming, Peter J. S. and Ford, Adam T. and Haswell, Peter M. and Kowalczyk, Rafał and Linnell, John D. C. and Mech, L. David and Parker, Daniel M. (2017) Can we save large carnivores without losing large carnivore science? Food Webs, 12. pp. 64-75.

Cautionary considerations for positive dingo management: a response to the Johnson and Ritchie critique of Fleming et al. (2012)

Fleming, Peter J. S. and Allen, Benjamin L. and Ballard, Guy-Anthony (2013) Cautionary considerations for positive dingo management: a response to the Johnson and Ritchie critique of Fleming et al. (2012). Australian Mammalogy , 35 (1). pp. 15-22. ISSN 0310-0049

Large carnivore science: non-experimental studies are useful, but experiments are better

Allen, Benjamin L. and Allen, Lee R. and Andren, Henrik and Ballard, Guy and Boitani, Luigi and Engeman, Richard M. and Fleming, Peter J. S. and Ford, Adam T. and Haswell, Peter M. and Kowalczyk, Rafal and Linnell, John D. C. and Mech, L. David and Parker, Daniel M. (2017) Large carnivore science: non-experimental studies are useful, but experiments are better. Food Webs.

Management of wild canids in Australia: free-ranging dogs and red foxes

Fleming, Peter J. S. and Allen, Ben L. and Allen, Lee R. and Ballard, Guy A. and Bengsen, Andrew and Gentle, Matt and McLeod, Lynette and Meek, Paul and Saunders, Glen (2014) Management of wild canids in Australia: free-ranging dogs and red foxes. In: Carnivores of Australia: past, present and future. CSIRO Publishing, Australia, pp. 107-152. ISBN 064310318X

Seven considerations about dingoes as biodiversity engineers: the socioecological niches of dogs in Australia

Fleming, Peter J. S. and Allen, Benjamin L. and Ballard, Guy-Anthony (2012) Seven considerations about dingoes as biodiversity engineers: the socioecological niches of dogs in Australia. Australian Mammalogy , 34 (1). pp. 119-123. ISSN 0310-0049

The success of GPS collar deployments on mammals in Australia

Matthews, Alison and Ruykys, Laura and Ellis, Bill and FitzGibbon, Sean and Lunney, Daniel and Crowther, Mathew S. and Glen, Alistair S. and Purcell, Brad and Moseby, Katherine and Stott, Jenny and Fletcher, Don and Wimpenny, Claire and Allen, Benjamin L. and Van Bommel, Linda and Roberts, Michael and Davies, Nicole and Green, Ken and Newsome, Thomas and Ballard, Guy and Fleming, Peter and Dickman, Christopher R. and Eberhart, Achim and Troy, Shannon and McMahon, Clive and Wiggins, Natasha (2013) The success of GPS collar deployments on mammals in Australia. Australian Mammalogy , 35 (1). pp. 65-83. ISSN 0310-0049

Top-predators as biodiversity regulators: contemporary issues affecting knowledge and management of dingoes in Australia

Allen, Benjamin L. and Fleming, Peter J. S. and Hayward, Matt and Allen, Lee R. and Engeman, Richard M. and Ballard, Guy and Leung, Luke K.-P. (2012) Top-predators as biodiversity regulators: contemporary issues affecting knowledge and management of dingoes in Australia. In: Biodiversity enrichment in a diverse world. InTech, Rijeka, Croatia, pp. 85-132. ISBN 978-953-51-0718-7

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