Publications

Management and control of invasive species: contrasting attitudes of environmental stakeholders and the wider rural community

Published in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy: Biology & Environment, 2017

Recommended citation: Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2017) Management and control of invasive brown hares (Lepus europaeus): contrasting attitudes of selected environmental stakeholders and the wider rural community. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy: Biology & Environment. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3318/bioe.2017.08

Niche overlap of mountain hare subspecies and the vulnerability of their ranges to invasion by the European hare; the (bad) luck of the Irish

Published in Biological Invasions, 2017

Recommended citation: Caravaggi A, Leach K, Santilli F, Rintala J, Helle P, Tiainen J, Bisi F, Martinoli A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2017) Niche overlap of mountain hare subspecies and the vulnerability of their ranges to invasion by the European hare; the (bad) luck of the Irish. Biological Invasions. 19(2): 655–674. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10530-016-1330-z

An invasive-native mammalian species replacement process captured by camera trap survey Random Encounter Models

Published in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, 2016

Recommended citation: Caravaggi A, Zaccaroni M, Riga F, Schai-Braun SC, Dick JTA, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2016) An invasive-native mammalian species replacement process captured by camera trap survey Random Encounter Models. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. 2: 45-58. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/rse2.11/abstract

Range expansion and comparative habitat use of insular, congeneric lagomorphs: invasive European hares Lepus europaeus and endemic Irish hares Lepus timidus hibernicus

Published in Biological Invasions, 2015

Recommended citation: Caravaggi A, Montgomery WI, Reid N (2015) Range expansion and comparative habitat use of insular, congeneric lagomorphs: invasive European hares Lepus europaeus and endemic Irish hares Lepus timidus hibernicus. Biological Invasions, 17(2): 687–698. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10530-014-0759-1