Broom, C. ,2018. The effects of conservation grazing management on habitat structure and reptile assemblage of complex grassland-heathland systems. MRes. University of Southampton

Dale, V., 2018. Investigating the effect of captive environmental complexity on behaviour in the land snail, Partula varia: implications for ex situ population management for reintroduction. MRes. University of Southampton.

Furmidge, L., 2018. The impact of radio-telemetry on the behaviour and locomotion of common lizards (Zootoca viviparia). MRes. University of Southampton.

Giovanetti, A., 2018. The effects of grazing management and herbivore densities on vegetation and soil in the Maasai Mara, Kenya. MRes. University of Southampton.

Jackson, L., 2018. Browse availability and resource utilisation by the Eastern black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis michaeli) on two wildlife conservancies in Kenya. MRes. University of Southampton.

Jordan, E., 2018. Personality-dependent dispersal in the sand lizard, Lacerta agilis; implications for reintroduction success. MRes. University of Southampton.

Lewis, T. ,2018. A comparison of the density, abundance, spatial use & fedding ecology of African golden wolves in Bou Hedma and Dghoumes National Parks in Tunisia. MRes. University of Southampton.

McCarthy, E., 2018. A comparative analysis of life history traits to understand species response to translocation into captivity. MRes. University of Southampton.

Turner, D., 2018. Multi-taxa functional responses to grazing in a heathland system.MRes. University of Southampton

Bowley, H., Wolfensohn, S. and Justice, W., 2017. Development of a tool for lifetime welfare assessment of large felids housed in a zoological collection. BVMSci. University of Surrey. 

Broom, C., 2017. Habitat preferences of field voles (Microtus agrestis) in South Downs National Park, Hampshire, with the aim to aid conservation of Barn Owl (Tyto alba) populations. BSc. University of Southampton. 

Donaldson, F., 2017. A comparative evaluation of nutritional intake between wild and captive Scimitar Horned Oryx (Oryx dammah). BVMSci. University of Surrey. 

Donovan, L., 2017. Aiding the conservation effort of Lacerta agilis (sand lizard) by studying the frequency of behaviours displayed and usage of different refugia. BSc. University of Southampton. 

Govier, B., 2017. Behaviour and condition of individual sand lizards (Lacerta agilis) as predictors of long-term reintroduction success. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Hale, L., 2017. The structure and seasonal habitat use of an Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) population in Nangunhe National Nature Reserve, Yunnan, China. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Hartmann, J., 2017. Ecosystem impacts of pika management in high elevation areas of China. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Hill, S., 2017. Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) behavioural and spatial response to an adapted enclosure at Marwell Zoo. BSc.University of Southampton. 

Neill, R., 2017. Investigating exotic dung preference of UK coprophages. BSc. University of Southampton. 

Pereira, R. A. And Horton, D. L., 2017. Do wildlife pose a disease risk to zoological collections? BSc. University of Surrey. 

Sands, M., 2017. Education in Conservation: Would a smartphone/tablet application be an effective education tool in zoos? Oxford Brookes University. 

Stewart, B., 2017. Changes in population dynamics after adding male sand lizards (Lacerta agilis) to a breeding population, post breeding season. BSc. University of Southampton. 

Stoodley, V., 2017. Evaluating the predictors of reptile population assemblages across a multifunctional landscape. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Thompson, A., 2017. Assessing woodland management, habitat structural features and landscape characteristics as predictors of bat activity in a complex managed landscape. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Tuñas, A., 2017. Effects of inbreeding and mean kinship on survival, fecundity and sex ratio of the scimitar-horned oryx. MRes. Imperial College London. 

Berry, K., 2016. Felid life history as a predictor for captive breeding success. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Chesonis, T., 2016. Determinants of feeding patch selection by large grazers in Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Dheer, A., 2016. Resource partitioning between spotted hyenas (Crocuta crocuta) and lions (Panthera leo). MRes. University of Southampton. 

Frank, M. 2016. Antibiotic resistance in enteric Escherichia coli and Enterococcus spp. isolated from ungulates at Marwell Zoo, England. MSc. University of Pretoria. 

Green, H., 2016. Influence of visitors on captive primates; do terrestrial and arboreal species differ? BSc. University of Roehampton. 

Green, S., 2016. Movement and distribution of the African elephant (Loxodonta africana) within the Mount Kenya elephant corridor. MRes. University of Southampton. 

McAteer, C., 2016. The genetic changes of the Polynesian tree snail Partula hyalina in captivity. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Phillips, A., 2016. Environmental drivers of herbivore distribution in Matopos Hills, Zimbabwe. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Powell, S., 2016. The utilisation of exotic mammalian megaherbivore dung by native coprophages and the species association between exotic and endemic dung. BSc. University of Southampton. 

Sakamoto, A., 2016. The effect of more than 25 years of captivity on the morphology of extinct in the wild Partula varia and Partula rosea. BSc. Imperial College London. 

Sargent, R., 2016. Investigating the effects of grassland management techniques on vegetation and wildlife at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Soole, L., 2016. Social networks, aggression and enclosure usage in Phoenicopterus species. BSc. Sparsholt College. 

Trigo, F. C. B., 2016. Barn owl Tyto alba nestbox occupation and breeding success in relation to prey availability and vegetation characteristics in the South Downs National Park. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Bellamy, K., 2015. Reinforcement as a conservation tool for returning Tunisian Spur-thighed tortoises seized from wildlife trade back into the wild. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Ben Rhouma, O. 2015. Capture & anaesthesia of wild animals. Thesis Doct. Vet. (Hons). Sidi Thabet ENMV, Tunisia.  

Bolt, D., 2015. The effect of differing habitat management techniques on butterfly abundance and species richness, and their response to environmental variables. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Cabral, L.S.J., 2015. Elephant movement and resource utilisation in a fenced environment. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Clark, A., 2015. Feeding practices, body condition and faeces consistency in captive ant-eating mammals in the UK. MSc. University of London. 

Faisal, A., 2015. Habitat use monitoring of white rhino population in the Hazelside section of Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Farndale, A., 2015. Investigation into the risk of genetic adaptation to captivity in partulid snails. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Franceschin, A., 2015. Relationships between abundance of herbivores and human impacts on vegetation (fire and livestock). MRes. University of Southampton.  

Handous, A., 2015. A contribution to the anatomical – pathological study of ostrich mortalities through autopsies. Thesis Doct. Vet(Hons), Sidi Thabet ENMV, Tunisia.  

Maynard, H., 2015. The conservation implications of diet and resource use of two canid species; the African wolf (Canis anthus) and the fox (Vulpes vulpes) in southern Tunisia. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Preston, E., 2015. Multi-species management in small fenced reserves: Consequences for conservation and management. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Whyle, K., 2015. Barn owl (Tyto alba) nestbox occupation and breeding success in relation to landscape and microhabitat characteristics in the South Downs National Park. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Wingrave, T., 2015. Assessing extinction risk factors in African antelope: The analysis of distribution, ecological traits, socio-economic indices and extinction risk in African antelope. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Burruss, N. D., 2014. The environmental constraints of Ruppell’s (Vulpes rueppelli), pale (V. pallida) and fennec foxes (V. zerda), and golden jackals (Canis auris) within the Termit and Tin Toumma Nature and Cultural Reserve, and an analysis of pale fox food habits. MSc. New Mexico State University.  

Cooke, R., 2014. Distance sampling as a technique for quantifying habitat use: resource partitioning by ungulates in Tunisia. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Free, D., 2014. Understanding social dynamics and their relevance for breeding success in captive populations. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Gara, F. 2014. Biology, ecology & conservation of the Tunisian spur-thighed tortoise (Testudo graeca nabeulensis): a contribution to the implementation of a rehabilitation programme for confiscated animals. Thesis Doct. Vet. (Hons). Sidi Thabet ENMV, Tunisia. 

Gardner, R., 2014. Building the foundations of success: an assessment of the success of reintroduction projects involving captive-bred animals. MRes. University of Southampton. 

Mudzindiko, T. T., 2014. A survey of the presence and distribution of mesocarnivores in the Matobo Hills. BSc (Hons). Chinhoyi University of Technology, Chinhoyi.  

Najjar, C. 2014. Using qualitative risk analysis as a planning tool in reintroduction programs: application to a case of reintroduction of red-necked Ostriches in Dghoumes National Park, Tunisia. Thesis Doct. Vet. (Hons). Sidi Thabet ENMV, Tunisia.  

Pratt, L., 2014. The effect of predation from African lion (Panthera leo) on a population of Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi) on Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Ouerhani, H. 2014. A contribution to the establishment of an epidemiological surveillance network of mammalian wildlife (wild Boar & oryx antelope) in protected areas of Tunisia. Thesis Doct. Vet. (Hons). Sidi Thabet ENMV, Tunisia.  

Rendells, E., 2014. What role do conservation grazing animals and worming regimes play in determining soil invertebrate communities on a lowland heath system? MRes. University of Southampton.  

Tichagwa, T., 2014. Impact of citizen science on student knowledge and attitude towards biodiversity monitoring and conservation. BSc(Hons). Bindura University of Science Education.  

Winmill, N., 2014. The Mount Kenya elephant corridor’s utilisation by elephants and its perceived success. MRes. University of Southampton.  

Maforimbo, C., 2013. The effect of browse distribution on foraging behaviour of blue duikers (Philantomba monticola). BSc(Hons). Lupane State University.  

Wilkie, M. D., 2013. Mixed herbivore grazing on a lowland heath system: quantifying the collective impacts for conservation management. Ph. D. University of Southampton.  

Glew, L., 2012. Evaluating effectiveness of community based conservation in Northern Kenya. Ph. D. University of Southampton.  

Gilbert, T., 2011. The sustainability of endangered species under intensive management: The case of the scimitar-horned oryx (Oryx dammah). Ph. D. University of Southampton. 

Han, B., 2011. Short-term changes to soil arthropod communities through experimental herbivore dunging. MSc. University of Southampton.  

Mitchell, H. M., 2011. Evaluating the conservation value of three large felid cooperative breeding programmes: Understanding the risks to population genetics and species integrity. Ph. D. Anglia Ruskin University.  

Marum, L., 2010. The impacts of large herbivore grazing on lowland heathland habitat and its association with distribution and abundance of widespread UK reptile species. MSc. University of Southampton.  

Fearnley, H., 2009. Towards the ecology and conservation of sand lizards (Lacerta agilis) populations in Southern England. Ph. D. University of Southampton.