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All-Ireland Mammal Symposium 2009

Proceedings Journal / Magazine
By: Fidelma Butler(Editor), Conor Kelleher(Editor)
90 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
All-Ireland Mammal Symposium 2009
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The first All-Ireland Mammal Symposium was held on 6-8 November 2009 in Co. Waterford, Ireland. All-Ireland Mammal Symposium 2009 contains papers on a diverse range of topics pertaining to Irish mammals. This is a summary of the state of current research on Irish mammals and will be useful to professional and amateur naturalists, ecologists, policy makers and conservation groups.
 

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Kitchener, A.C. (2012) Re-wilding Ireland: restoring mammalian diversity or developing new mammalian communities
Berrow, S., McGrath, D., O’Brien, J., O’Connor, I. and Wall, D. (2012) How can we monitor the favourable conservation status of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) in Ireland
McDevitt, A.D., O’Toole, P., Edwards, C.J. and Carden, R.F. (2012) Landscape genetics of red deer (Cervus elaphus L., 1758) in Killarney National Park, Co. Kerry
Nugent, C. (2012) Deer management requirements in Irish forestry
Haigh, A., Butler, F. and O’Riordan, R.M. (2012) Habitat use by the European hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus L., 1758) in an Irish rural landscape
Aughney, T. and Roche, N. (2012) An all-Ireland volunteer-based bat monitoring scheme: The process of volunteer recruitment and validation of results
Edwards, C.J. (2012) Ancient DNA and analyses of mammalian remains from Ireland
Marnell, F., Kingston, N. and Looney, D. (2012) A new red list of Irish terrestrial mammals provides focus for conservation
Burkitt, T.D. (2012) Deer in forests: A discussion document presented at the All-Ireland Mammal Symposium: Mammals and Forests Workshop
Kelleher, C. (2012) Bats in forests: A discussion document presented at the All-Ireland Mammal Symposium: Mammals and Forests Workshop
Lawton, C. (2012) Squirrels in forests: A discussion document presented at the All-Ireland Mammal Symposium: Mammals and Forests Workshop

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Proceedings Journal / Magazine
By: Fidelma Butler(Editor), Conor Kelleher(Editor)
90 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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