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Dr Peter Lurz
The impact of forest stand structure on red squirrel habitat use2012
Robbie McDonald
Dr Peter Lurz
Making red squirrels more visible: the use of baited visual counts to monitor populations2011
Cordula Bruemmer
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Epidemiology of squirrelpox virus in grey squirrels in the UK2010
Dr Peter Lurz
The consequences of introducing non-indigenous species: two case studies, the grey squirrel in Europe and the brushtail possum in New Zealand2010
Dr Peter Lurz
A general approach of using hair-tubes to monitor the European red squirrel: A method applicable at regional and national scales2009
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Bodil Elmhagen
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Modelling the spatial population dynamics of arctic foxes: the effects of red foxes and microtine cycles2009
Dr Peter Lurz
Practical Techniques for Surveying and Monitoring Squirrels2009
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Review of Red Squirrel Conservation Activity in Northern England2009
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Maternal exposure to air pollution and perinatal outcomes: methodological approaches to exposure assessment and preliminary findings of the UK particulate matter and perinatal events research (PAMPER) study2008
Dr Phillip Diggle
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Roy Sanderson
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
et al.
Modelling spatio-temporal variation in exposure to particulate matter: a two-stage approach2008
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Monitoring low density populations: A perspective on what level of population decline we can truly detect2008
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Louise Coats
Percutaneous pulmonary valve implantation: impact of evolving technology and learning curve on clinical outcome2008
Dr Louise Coats
Dr Peter Lurz
Percutaneous pulmonary valve-in-valve implantation: a successful treatment concept for early device failure2008
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Poxviral Disease in Red Squirrels Sciurus vulgaris in the UK: Spatial and Temporal Trends of an Emerging Threat2008
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Roy Sanderson
Professor Stephen Rushton
Predicting the spread of the American grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Europe: A call for a co-ordinated European approach2008
Dr Peter Lurz
The use of GIS and modelling approaches in squirrel population management and conservation: a review2008
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
et al.
Air pollution exposure during pregnancy and infancy in an industrial city over 32 years: the UK PAMPER study.2007
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Phillip Diggle
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
et al.
Dynamic modeling of space-time variation of black smoke in an industrial urban setting2007
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Fine-scale analysis of Mount Graham red squirrel habitat following disturbance2007
Dr Peter Lurz
Tree squirrel introduction: A theoretical approach with population viability analysis2007
Dr Peter Lurz
A comment on Humphrey's 'benefits to biodiversity from developing old-growth conditions in British upland spruce plantations: A review and recommendations' with reference to red squirrel conservation2006
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Cordula Bruemmer
Dr Mark Shirley
Disease threats posed by alien species: The role of a poxvirus in the decline of the native red squirrel in Britain2006
Dr Clara Tattoni
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Modelling the expansion of a grey squirrel population: Implications for squirrel control2006
Dr Clara Tattoni
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Modelling the expansion of grey squirrels (Sciurus crolinensis) in Lombardy, northern Italy: implications for squirrel control.2006
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Modelling the population dynamics of the Mt. Graham red squirrel: Can we predict its future in a changing environment with multiple threats?2006
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Richard Edwards
Dr Mark Shirley
et al.
Spatiotemporal modelling of exposure to airborne pollutants2006
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Cordula Bruemmer
Squirrel poxvirus: Landscape scale strategies for managing disease threat2006
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Mammals in Cumbria: examples of what publicly collected records can tell us about the distribution and ecology of our local species2005
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Peter Lurz
Modelling exposure to airborne pollution using geographical information systems2005
Dr Peter Lurz
Sciurus vulgaris2005
Dr Clara Tattoni
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Using GRASS and Spatial Explicit Population Dynamics Modelling as a Conservation Tool to Manage Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Northern Italy2005
Dr Peter Lurz
Alien species and interspecific competition: Effects of introduced eastern grey squirrels on red squirrel population dynamics2004
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Peter Garson
James Steele
Monitoring red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris and grey squirrels Sciurus carolinensis in Britain2004
Dr Marie Hale
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Kirsten Wolff
Patterns of genetic diversity in the red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris L.): Footprints of biogeographic history and artificial introductions2004
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Andrew South
Dr Peter Lurz
Investigating the spatial dynamics of bovine tuberculosis in badger populations: Evaluating an individual-based simulation model2003
Dr Marie Hale
Dr Peter Lurz
Morphological changes in a British mammal as a result of introductions and changes in landscape management: The red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris)2003
Dr Peter Lurz
Amanda Lloyd
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Planning a red squirrel conservation area: Using a spatially explicit population dynamics model to predict the impact of felling and forest design plans2003
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Predation of red squirrels by northern goshawks in a conifer forest in northern England: Can this limit squirrel numbers and create a conservation dilemma?2003
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Conserving red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris): Mapping and forecasting habitat suitability using a Geographic Information Systems Approach2002
Julian Barr
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Evaluation of immunocontraception as a publicly acceptable form of vertebrate pest species control: The introduced grey squirrel in Britain as an example2002
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Modeling impacts and costs of gray squirrel control regimes on the viability of red squirrel populations2002
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Roy Sanderson
Modelling the consequences of duck migration patterns on the genetic diversity of aquatic organisms: A first step towards a predictive tool for wetland management2002
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Victoria Armitage
Tanya Barden
Mary Gough
Dr Peter Lurz
et al.
Assessing the impact of a music festival on the emergence behaviour of a breeding colony of Daubenton's bats (Myotis daubentonii)2001
Dr Marie Hale
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Kirsten Wolff
et al.
Impact of Landscape Management on the Genetic Structure of Red Squirrel Populations2001
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Predicting grey squirrel expansion in North Italy: A spatially explicit modelling approach2001
Dr Peter Lurz
Amanda Lloyd
Body weights in grey and red squirrels: Do seasonal weight increases occur in conifer woodland?2000
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Peter Garson
Effects of temporal and spatial variations in food supply on the space and habitat use of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris L.)2000
Dr Peter Lurz
Interspecific effects of grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) on the space use and population demography of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) in conifer plantations2000
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Modelling the spatial dynamics of parapoxvirus disease in red and grey squirrels: A possible cause of the decline in the red squirrel in the UK?2000
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Andrew South
Modelling the distribution of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) on the Isle of Wight1999
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Andrew South
Cached fungi in non-native conifer forests and their importance for red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris L.)1998
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Peter Garson
Conifer species mixtures, cone crops and red squirrel conservation1998
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Peter Garson
Effects of temporal and spatial variation in habitat quality on red squirrel dispersal behaviour1997
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Peter Garson
Modelling the distribution of the red and grey squirrel at the landscape scale: A combined GIS and population dynamics approach1997
Dr Peter Lurz
Dr Peter Garson
Professor Stephen Rushton
The ecology of squirrels in spruce dominated plantations: Implications for forest management1995