Journals, Books & Proceedings:

Davies, K., Lim, M., Qin, T. & Riordan, P. 2022. CHANS-Law: preventing the next pandemic through the integration of social and environmental law. Int Environ Agreements.

Frank, M.A., Justice, W.S., La Ragione, R. and Chambers, M.A. 2021. Antibiotic resistance in escherichia coli and enterococcus spp. isolated from ungulates at a zoological collection in the United Kingdom. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine51(4), pp.761-770.  

Gonzálvez, M., Moreno, E., Pérez-Cutillas, P., Gilbert, T., Ortíz, J., Valera, F., Espeso, G., Benzal, J., Ibáñez, B. & Ruíz De Ybáñez, M.R. 2021. Zoological institutions as hotspots of gastrointestinal parasites: their importance for reintroductions. Veterinary Record e506.

Greenfield, S M., Norris, A.C., Lambert, J.P., Wuliji, Seyongjun, Zhan, J., Ma, B., LI, D., Shi, K. & Riordan, P. 2021. Ungulate Mortality due to Fencing and Perceptions of Pasture Fences in Part of the Future Qilianshan National Park. Journal of Resources and Ecology, 12(1): 99–109. 

Meliane, M. K., Saidi, A., Boufaroua, M., Petretto, M., Riordan, P. & Gilbert, T. 2021. Rüppell’s fox (Vulpes rueppellii) and its habitat in Jbil National Park, Tunisia. African Journal of Ecology.

Atzeni, L., Cushman, S. A., Bai, D., Wang, J., Chen, P., Shi, K., & Riordan, P. 2020. Meta-replication, sampling bias, and multi-scale model selection: A case study on snow leopard (Panthera uncia) in western China. Ecology and Evolution, 10(14), 7686-7712.

Hale, L.J., Shi, K., Gilbert, T.C., Peh, K.S.-H., Riordan, P. 2020. Social structure and demography of a remnant Asian elephant Elephas maximus population and the implications for survival. Oryx , 1-6.  doi:10.1017/S0030605319000504. 

Lambert, J. P., Geldard, R. P., Yibin, L., Kun, S., & Riordan, P. 2020. Little evidence that plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae) colonies influence habitat use by the Qinghai toad-headed agama (Phrynocephalus vlangalii). Journal of Arid Environments, 183, 104263.

Mamadou, M. I., Habou, M. K. A., Rabeil, T., Rabiou, H., Petretto, M., & Mahamane, A. 2020. Structure of the Woody Stands of the Future Pre-Release Site of North African Ostrich (Struthio camelus camelus (Linnaeus, 1858)) in Koutous, Niger. Journal of Applied Life Sciences International, 23(2), 36-48.

Mamadou, M. I., Harouna, A., Habou, M. K. A., Petretto, M., & Mahamane, A. 2020. Ethnozoological Knowledge and Local Perceptions about the Reintroduction of the North African Ostrich (Struthio camelus camelus Linnaeus, 1858) in the Koutous, Niger. Journal of Applied Life Sciences International, 23(6), 1-14.

Ogden, R., Chuven, J., Gilbert, T., Hosking, C., Gharbi, K., Craig, M., Al Dhaheri, S.S., Senn, H., 2020. Benefits and pitfalls of captive conservation genetic management: Evaluating diversity in scimitar-horned oryx to support reintroduction planning. Biological Conservation 241: 108244.

Davidson, Z., Dupuis-Desormeaux, M., Dheer, A., Pratt, L., Preston, E., Gilicho, S., Mwololo, M., Chege, G., MacDonald, SE., Doncaster, CP., 2019. Borrowing from Peter to pay Paul: managing threatened predators of endangered and declining prey species. PeerJ 7:e7916.

Fares, W., Dachraoui, K., Najjar, C., Younsi, H., Findlay-Wilson, S., Petretto, M., Dowall, S., Hewson, R. and Zhioua, E. 2019. Absence of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus in the tick Hyalomma aegyptium parasitizing the spur-thighed tortoise (Testudo graeca) in Tunisia. Parasite 26, 35

Hizem, M.W., Riordan, P., El‐Farhati, H., Hamdi, L., Nouira, S. 2019. Temporal patterns in natality and mortality of three threatened antelope species in North Africa: Oryx dammah, Addax nasomaculatus and Nanger dama. African Journal of Ecology 2019;00:1–11. DOI: 10.1111/aje.12606

Literák, I., Raab, R., Petretto, M., Škrábal, J., Spakovszky, P. and Steindl, J., 2019. Diverse natal dispersal in four sibling red kites originating from Austria, including wintering in Tunisia. Biologia

Malo, A.F., Gilbert, T.C. and Riordan, P., 2019. Drivers of sex ratio bias in the eastern bongo: lower inbreeding increases the probability of being born male. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286: 20190345.

Moreno Mañas, E., Gonzálvez Juan, M., del Rocío Ruiz de Ybáñez Carnero, M., Gilbert, T., Ortiz, J., Espeso, G., Benzal, J., Ibáñez, B. and Valera Hernández, F., 2019. Survey of husbandry practices for bovidae in zoos: the importance of parasite management for reintroduction programmes. Veterinary Record doi: 10.1136/vr.104985

Sitas, N., Z. V. Harmáčková, J. A. Anticamara, A. Arneth, R. Badola, R. Biggs, R. Blanchard, L. Brotons, M. Cantele, K. Coetzer, R. DasGupta, E. Den Belder, S. Ghosh, A. Guisan, H. Gundimeda, M. Hamann, P. A. Harrison, S. Hashimoto, J. Hauck, B. Klatt, K. Kok, R. M. Krug, A. Niamir, P. J. O’Farrell, S. Okayasu, I. Palomo, L. M. Pereira, P. Riordan, F. Santos-Martín, O. Selomane, Y. Shin, and M. Valle Tobar. 2019. Exploring the usefulness of scenario archetypes in science-policy processes: experience across IPBES assessments. Ecology and Society 24(3):35.

Tidière, M., Duncan, P., Lemaître, JF., Gaillard, J.-M., Bingaman Lackey, L., Müller, D.W.H.  and Clauss, M. 2019. Do Equids Live longer than Grazing Bovids? J Mammal Evol.

Cooke, R. S. C., Gilbert, T. C., Riordan, P., and Mallon, D., 2018. Improving generation length estimates for the IUCN Red List. PLoS ONE 13(1): e0191770.

Gilbert, T. and Al Quarqaz, M., 2018. Conservation breeding. In: Arabian oryx (Oryx leucoryx) housing and husbandry guidelines. Version (Eds. M. De Kock, M. Al Qarqaz, K. Burns, M. Al Faqeer, S. Chege, C. Lloyd, T. Gilbert, N. Alzahlawi, Y.H. Al Kharusi, J. Chuven, S. Javed and S. Al Dhaheri). Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, UAE: 67 – 89.

Gilbert, T. and Espeso Pajares, G., 2018. European zoos: ups and downs of conserving dama gazelle in Europe In: The dama gazelles: last members of a critically endangered species (Ed. E. Cary Mungall). Texas A&M University Press: 146-152.

Gilbert, T., Woodfine, T., Petretto, M., Nouioui, M., Houston, B. and Riordan, P. 2018. Re-introduction of addax to Djebil National Park, Tunisia. In: Global Reintroduction Perspectives: 2018. Case studies from around the globe (Ed. P.S.Soorae). Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi: 120-124.

Green, S. E., Davidson, Z., Kaaria, T. and Doncaster, C.P., 2018. Do wildlife corridors link or extend habitat? Insights from elephant use of a Kenyan wildlife corridor. African Journal of Ecology

Justice, W. S. M. and Chapman, S. J., 2018. Handling and Restraint of Poultry and Aviary Birds. In: S.J. Chapman, ed. 2018. Safe Handling and Restraint of Animals: A Comprehensive Guide, 1st ed. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. pp. 239 – 255.

Justice, W. S. M. and Chapman, S.J., 2018. Handling and Restraint of Reptiles. In: S.J. Chapman, ed 2018. Safe Handling and Restraint of Animals: A Comprehensive Guide, 1st ed. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. pp. 256 – 269.

Raine, E. H., Mikich, S. B., Lewis, O. T., Riordan, P., Vaz-de-Mello, F. Z. and Slade, E. M. 2018. Extinctions of interactions: quantifying a dung beetle–mammal network. Ecosphere 9(11):e02491. 10.1002/ecs2.2491

Riordan, P., Gilbert, T.C., Petretto, M., Craig, M.S., Banfield, L.M., Ivy, J., Senn, H., Trigui, S. & Nouioui, M. 2018. The genetics of reintroduced addax populations in Tunisia: moving towards a global management plan. Year 1 progress report. Gnusletter 35 (1): 15-16

Shotton, J.C.R., Justice, W.S.M., Salguero, F.J., Stevens, A. and Bacci, B.  2018. Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (Equine Cushing’s disease) in nondomestic equids at Marwell Wildlife: A case series. One Chapman’s zebra (Equus quagga chapmani) and five Prewalksi’s horses (Equus ferus przewalksii). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine: June 2018, Vol. 49, No. 2, pp. 404-411. 

Sullivan, C.D., Slade, E.M., Bai, M., Shi, K., Riordan, P. 2018. Evidence of forest restoration success and the conservation value of community owned forests in Southwest China using dung beetles as indicators. PLoS ONE 13(11): e0204764.

Wolfensohn ,S., Shotton,J., Bowley ,H., Davies ,S., Thompson, S. and Justice, W.S. M. 2018. Assessment of Welfare in Zoo Animals: Towards Optimum Quality of Life. Animals 8(7), 110;  

Burruss, D., Matchano, A., Frey, J. K., Andersen, M. and Sillero-Zubiri, C., 2017. Food habits of the pale fox (Vulpes pallida) in Niger. African Journal of Ecology. doi:10.1111/aje.12404.

East, D., Osborne, P., Kemp, S. and Woodfine, T., 2017. Combining GPS & survey data improves understanding of visitor behaviour. Tourism Management, 61: 307-320:

Gilbert, T., Gardner, R., Kraaijeveld, A.R. and Riordan, P., 2017. Contributions of zoos and aquariums to reintroductions: historical reintroduction efforts in the context of changing conservation perspectives. International Zoo Yearbook, 51. doi:10.1111/izy.12159.

Gilbert, T. & Soorae, P.S., 2017. Editorial: The Role of Zoos and Aquariums in Reintroductions and Other Conservation Translocations. International Zoo Yearbook, 51. DOI: 10.1111/izy.12164.

Justice, W. S. M., O’Brien, M. F., Szyszka, O., Shotton, J., Gilmour, J. E. M., Riordan, P. and Wolfensohn, S., 2017. Adaptation of the animal welfare assessment grid (AWAG) for monitoring animal welfare in zoological collections. Veterinary Record. Published Online First: 09 May 2017. doi: 10.1136/vr.104309.

O’Brien, M. F., Justice, W. S. M., Beckmann, K. M., Denk, D., Pocknell, A. M. and Stidworthy, M. F., 2017. Four cases of neoplasia in amphibians at two zoological institutions: Alpine newt Ichthyosaura alpestris, Red-eyed tree frog Agalychnis callidryas, Common frog Rana temporaria and Puerto Rican crested toad Peltophryne lemur. International Zoo Yearbook, Published Online First: 18 April 2017. doi: 10.1111/izy.12158.

Ojwang’, G.O., Wargute, P.W., Said, M.Y., Worden, J.S., Davidson, Z., Muruthi, P., Kanga, E., Ihwagi, F. and Okita-Ouma, B. 2017. Wildlife Migratory Corridors and Dispersal Areas: Kenya Rangelands and Coastal Terrestrial Ecosystems. ISBN: 978-9966-107-19-0

Riordan, P., Gilbert, T.C., Petretto, M., Craig, M.S., Banfield, L.M., Ivy, J., Abid, H. and Nouioui, M., 2017. The genetic diversity of addax Addax nasomaculatus in reintroduced and ex-situ managed populations. Gnusletter 34: 21.

Silvetti, S., Kubiak, M., Justice, W.S.M., Stidworthy, M.F., 2017. Two cases of liver lobe torsion in a white-lipped tamarin (Saguinus labiatus) and an Alaotran gentle lemur (Hapalemur alaotrensis). Journal of Medical Primatology, 46 pp.356-358.

Tolpinrud, A., O’Brien, M.F., Justice, W.S.M., Barrows, M., Steele, O., Gent, S. and Meredith, A.L., 2017. Infrared thermography as a diagnostic tool for pododermatitis in captive greater flamingos Phoenicopterus roseus. Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research, 5 (1), pp.48-55.

Woodfine, T., Wilkie, M., Gardner, R., Edgar, P., Moulton, N. and Riordan, P., 2017. Outcomes and lessons from a quarter of a century of Sand lizard Lacerta agilis reintroductions in southern England. International Zoo Yearbook, 51, pp.1-10.

Coote, T., Aberdeen, S., Brown, R., Bushell, M., Buzzard, P., Clarke, D., Elliott, J., Field, D., Frei, G., Garcia, G., Gerlach, J., McFarlane, D., Merz, B., Pearce-Kelly, P., Robinson, S., Serra, C., Spevak, E., Schwitzer, C., Wilson, S. and Woodfine, T., 2016. Partula return to Tahiti after 30 years of conservation efforts. Tentacle, 24, pp.45-48

Cooke, R.S., Woodfine, T., Petretto, M. and Ezard, T.H., 2016. Resource partitioning between ungulate populations in arid environments. Ecology and Evolution, 6 (17), pp.6354-6365.

Dupuis-Desormeaux, M., Davidson, Z., Mwololo, M., Kisio, E., and Taylor, S., 2016. Comparing motion capture cameras versus human observer monitoring of mammal movement through fence gaps: a case study from Kenya. African Journal of Ecology. 01/2016; doi: 10.1111/aje.12277. 

Dupuis-Desormeaux, M., Davidson, Z., Pratt, L., Mwololo, M., MacDonald, SE., 2016. Testing the effects of perimeter fencing and elephant exclosures on lion predation patterns in a Kenyan wildlife conservancy. PeerJ. 4:e1681

Ito, H., Ogden, R., Langenhorst, T. and Inoue-Murayama, M., 2016. Contrasting results from molecular and pedigree-based population diversity measures in captive zebra highlight challenges facing genetic management of zoo populations. Zoo Biology. doi:10.1002/zoo.21342.

Little, H.A., Gilbert, T.C., Athorn, M.L., Marshall, A.R., 2016. Evaluating Conservation Breeding Success for an Extinct-in-the-Wild Antelope. PLoS ONE, 11(12), e0166912. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0166912.

Newby, J., Wacher, T., Durant, S.M., Pettorelli, N. and Gilbert, T., 2016. Desert antelopes on the brink: How resilient is the Sahelo-Saharan ecosystem? In: Bro-Jørgensen, J. and D. P. Mallon, eds. 2016. Antelope Conservation: from Diagnosis to Action. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Ch. 2.

Parker, G.E., Davidson, Z., Low, B., Lalampaa, P.R., Sundaresan, S. and Fischer, M., 2016. Can pastoral communities offer solutions for conserving the Endangered Grevy’s zebra Equus grevyi at the periphery of its range? Oryx, CJO2016. doi:10.1017/S0030605315001325.

Petretto, M., Chetoui, A., Najjar, C., Woodfine, T., & Riordan, P., 2016. Confirmation of free-ranging Barbary sheep Ammotragus lervia in Dghoumes National Park and Boukornine National Park, Tunisia. Oryx, 51(1): doi:10.1017/S0030605316001435.

Sillero-Zubiri, C., Rostro-García, S. And Burruss, D., 2016. Spatial organization of the pale fox in the Termit massif of east Niger. Journal of Mammalogy. 92(2), pp. 526-532.

Williams, S.T., Williams, K.S., Joubert, C.J., Hill, R.A., 2016. The impact of land reform on the status of large carnivores in Zimbabwe. PeerJ. 4:e1537. doi 10.7717/peerj.1537.

Woodfine, T. and Gilbert, T., 2016. The fall and rise of the scimitar-horned oryx: a case study of ex-situ conservation and reintroduction in practice. In: Bro-Jørgensen, J. and D. P. Mallon, eds. 2016. Antelope Conservation: from Diagnosis to Action. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Ch. 14.

Dupuis-Desormeaux, M., Davidson, Z., Mwololo, M., Kisio, E., Taylor, S., MacDonald, SE., 2015. Testing the Prey-Trap Hypothesis at Two Wildlife Conservancies in Kenya. PLoS ONE, 10(10):e0139537. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0139537. 

Hawkins, E., Kock, R., Mckeever, D., Gakuya, F., Musyoki, C., Chege, S., Mutinda, M., Kariuki, K., Davidson, Z., Low, B., Skilton, R., Njahira, M., Wamalwa, M. and Maina, E., 2015. Prevalence of Theileria equi and Babesia caballi as well as the identification of associated ticks in sympatric Grevy’s zebras (Equus grevyi) and donkeys (Equus Africanus asinus) in Northern Kenya. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 51(1), pp.137–147.

Ito, H., Langenhorst, T., Ogden, R. and Inoue-Murayama, M., 2015. Androgen receptor gene polymorphism in zebra species. Meta Gene, 5, pp.120-123.

Ito, H., Langenhorst, T., Ogden, R. and Inoue-Murayama, M., 2015. Population genetic diversity and hybrid detection in captive zebras. Sci Rep 5:13171. doi: 10.1038/srep13171.

Petretto, M., Woodfine, T., Najjar, C., Oueslati, I., Sakkhouhi, M. and Abid, H., 2015. LE PROJET FAKROUN- Conservation et réhabilitation de la tortue grecque de Tunisie, Testudo graeca nabeulensis, dans les parcs nationaux tunisiens. Chéloniens, 38, 28-28.

Wingrave, T., Gilbert, T., Mallon, D., and Kelvin, P., 2015. Socio-economic and ecological correlates of African antelope conservation status. In: Schumann, A., Fickel, J. and Hofer, H., 2015. In: 10th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife. Berlin, Germany, 28th September-1st October, 2015. Berlin: Germany.

Ito, H., Langenhorst, T., Ogden, R. and Inoue-Murayama, M., 2014. Cross-species amplification of microsatellite markers in three zebra species. In: 3rd International seminar on Biodiversity and Evolution. Kyoto, Japan, 6th June. Kyoto: Japan. 

Pegg, N., 2014. Antelope ingestion enhances germination of the marula (Sclerocarya birrea), an important African savannah tree. African Journal of Ecology, 52(4), pp.499-505. doi: 10.1111/aje.12152.

Whitehouse, J., Waller, B. M., Chanvin, M., Wallace, E. K., Schel, A. M., Pierce, K., Mitchell, H., Macri, A. and Slocombe, K., 2014. Evaluation of public engagement activities to promote science in a zoo environment. PLoS ONE, 9(11), e113395. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0113395. 

Davidson, Z., Valeix, M., Van Kesteren, F., Loveridge, A. J., Hunt, J. E., Murindagomo, F. and Macdonald, D. W., 2013. Seasonal diet and prey preference of the African lion in a waterhole-driven semi-arid savanna. PLoS ONE, 8(2), e55182. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055182. 

Filippi, E. and Petretto, M., 2013. Naja haje (Egyptian cobra) diet/ophiophagy. Herpetological Review, 44(1), pp.155-156. 

Gilbert, T., Ogden, R., Woodfine, T. and Doncaster, C. P., 2013. Using molecular genetic analysis to evaluiate the impact of missing pedigree data on small population management. In: Schumann, A., Wachter, S., Ortmann, S. and Hofer, H., 2013. In: 9thInternational Conference on behaviour, physiology and genetics of wildlife. Berlin, Germany, 18th-21st September. Berlin: Germany. 

Ito, H., Hayano, A., Langenhorst, T., Sakamoto, H. and Inoue-Murayama, M., 2013. Using next generation sequencing to develop microsatellite markers for the endangered Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi). Conservation Genetics Resources, 5(2), pp.507–510. 

Davidson, Z., Valeix, M., Loveridge, A. J., Hunt, J. E., Johnson, P. J., Madzikanda, H. and MacDonald D. W., 2012. Environmental determinants of habitat and kill site selection in a large carnivore: scale matters. Journal of Mammology, 93(3), pp.677–685. 

Waller, B. M., Peirce, K., Mitchell, H. and Micheletta, J., 2012. Evidence of public engagement with science: visitor learning at a zoo-housed primate research centre. PLoS ONE, 7(9), e44680. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044680. 

Davidson, Z., Valeix, M., Loveridge, A., Madzikanda, H. and Macdonald, D. W., 2011. Socio-spatial behaviour of an African lion population following perturbation by sport hunting. Biological Conservation, 144(1), pp.114–121. 

Filippi, E., Chetoui, A., D’Alterio, G. L., Parker, G. E. and Woodfine, T., 2011. Bufo boulengeri: field observations on breeding phenology at a new saharan site in Southern Tunisia. Herpetology Notes, 4, pp.215-217. 

Parker, G .E., Sundaresan, S., Chege, G. and O’Brien, T., 2011. Using sample aerial surveys to estimate the abundance of the endangered Grevy’s zebra in northern Kenya. African Journal of Ecology, 49(1), pp.56-61 

Valeix, M., Chamaillé-Jammes, S., Loveridge, A. J., Davidson, Z., Hunt, J. E., Madzikanda, H. and Macdonald D. W., 2011. Understanding patch departure rules for large carnivores: lion movements support a patch-disturbance hypothesis. The American Naturalist, 178(2), pp.269-275. 

Woodfine, T., Chetoui, A., Zahzah. K. and Gilbert, T., 2011., Re-introduction of scimitar-horned oryx to Dghoumes National Park, Tunisia. In: Soorae, P. S., (ed.) 2011. Global re-introduction perspectives: 2011. More case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, pp.190-193. 

Woodfine, T. and Parker, G. E., 2011. Emerging evidence of beisa oryx decline in parts of northern Kenya. Gnusletter, 29(2), pp.21-23.

Muoria, P.K. Low, B. Omondi, P., Mutua, C.M., Muruthi, P., Oguge, N.O., King, J., Sundaresan, S., Chege Benard, J., Chege, G. and Parker, G.E., 2009. Kenya launches National Strategy to conserve Grevy’s zebra. Oryx, 43 (2): 169-175. 

Fearnley, H., Hudson, M., Woodfine, T. and Gleed-Owen, C., 2007. How detection probabilities of Lacerta agilis change with the weather. In: 14th European congress of herpetology. Porto, Portugal, 19th-23rd September. Porto: Portugal. 

Iyengar, A., Gilbert, T., Woodfine, T., Knowles, J. M., Diniz, F. M., Brenneman, R. A., Louis, E. E. Jr. and Maclean, N., 2007. Remnants of ancient genetic diversity preserved within captive groups of scimitar-horned oryx (Oryx dammah). Molecular Ecology, 16(12), pp.2436-2449. 

Jacquier, M. and Woodfine, T., 2007. A pilot GPS study on a single male cheetah in Zimbabwe. Cat News, 47, pp.17-19. 

Ogden, R., Langenhorst, T., McEwing, R. and Woodfine, T., 2007. Genetic markers and sample types for pedigree reconstruction in Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi). Zool. Garten N.F., 77(1), pp29-35. 

Iyengar, A., Diniz, F. M., Gilbert, T., Woodfine, T., Knowles, J. and Maclean, N., 2006. Structure and evolution of the mitochondrial control region in oryx. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 40(1), pp.305-314.