Conference contributions

Conference organisation

2017 7th Irish Ornithological Research Conference; organisational team
2017 Biotweeps Twitter Conference, #BTCon17; conception and organisation
2016-17 Mammal Society Student Conference; conception and supervision
2014-15 Mammal Society Student Conference; primary coordinator

Invited speaker

2017 Keynote The changing face of UK conservation. Mammal Society Student Conference
2016 Keynote UK mammals. Mammal Society Student Conference
2014 Guest lecture Distribution and differential habitat associations of invasive European and endemic Irish hares. Bangor University

Oral presentations

12 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2017) An invasion in progress: Impacts of the non-native European hare on the native Irish hare. International Congress for Conservation Biology

11 Caravaggi A (2017) Predation of seabirds by mice on Gough Island. World Seabird Twitter Conference

10 Caravaggi A (2017) University Mammal Challenge: distributed mammal surveys with student scientists. Mammal Society Spring Conference

9 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2016) Invasion ecology: quantifying the impact of non-native European hares on the endemic Irish hare. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, Liverpool

8 Caravaggi A, Hayward M (2016) People and hedgehogs in Wales. North Wales Mammal Symposium, Bangor

7 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2016) Invasion ecology: quantifying the impact of non-native European hares on the endemic Irish hare. Mammal Society Spring Conference, Yarnfield

6 Caravaggi A 2015 Quantifying endemic uniqueness and ecological equivalency between native and invasive leporids. 7th European Congress of Mammalogy, Stockholm, Sweden

5 Caravaggi A, Leach K, Santilli F, Rintala J, Helle P, Tiainen J, Bisi F, Martinoli A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2015) Democratisation of invasive species interventions: assessing attitudes towards lethal control of mammalian invaders. Mammal Society Spring Conference, Lancaster

4 Caravaggi A, Zaccaroni M, Riga F, Schai-Braun SC, Dick JTA, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2015) Using the Random Encounter Model to estimate spatial patterns in invasive and native hare densities in allopatry and sympatry. Mammal Society Student Conference, Lancaster

3 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2014) Using the Random Encounter Model to estimate spatial patterns in invasive and native hare densities in allopatry and sympatry. Mammal Society Spring Conference, Birmingham

2 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2013) Distribution and differential habitat associations of invasive European and endemic Irish hares. 11th International Mammal Congress, Belfast

1 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2013) Invasion ecology: quantifying the impact of non-native European hares on the endemic Irish hare. Mammal Society Student Conference, Staffordshire

Poster presentations

9 Caravaggi A, Vallely M-C, Hogg K, Freeman M, Fadaei E, Reid N, Tosh D (2017) Activity and temporal relationships of free-ranging mammals revealed by camera traps. Mammal Society Spring Conference PDF

8 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2015) The democratisation of conservation: public attitudes towards lethal control of invasive leporids and implications for species management. 7th European Congress of Mammalogy, Stockholm, Sweden PDF

7 Caravaggi A, Zaccaroni M, Riga F, Schai-Braun SC, Dick JTA, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2015) Optimising camera trap Random Encounter Model survey effort: A case study using an invasive-native species replacement process. Vth International Wildlife Management Congress, Sapporo, Japan PDF

6 Beresford NA, Wood MD, Gaschack S, Gulyaichenko EA, Caravaggi A (2015) Use of wildlife camera traps to within the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Mammal Society Spring Conference, Lancaster PDF

5 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2013) Estimating hare numbers using camera trapping and the Random Encounter Model. 11th International Mammal Congress, Belfast PDF

4 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2012) Invasion ecology: quantifying the impact of non-native European hares on the endemic Irish hare. 2nd All Ireland Mammal Symposium (AIMS), Dublin

3 Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2012) Invasion ecology: quantifying the impact of non-native European hares on the endemic Irish hare. 4th World Lagomorph Conference, BOKU, Vienna

2 Caravaggi A, Hughes W (2011) Patrilineal inheritance of grooming behaviour and parasite resistance in leaf-cutting ants (Acromyrmex sp.). Postgraduate Student Forum, University of Leeds PDF

1 Caravaggi A, Bishop, C (2009) Dietary and faecal iron levels in captive black-and-white ruffed lemurs (Varecia spp.). 11th BIAZA Research Symposium, Blackpool Zoo PDF