Rare species publications

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Peer-reviewed articles

 

  1. Wilson JW, Burle M-H & Bester MN (2006) Vagrant Antarctic pinnipeds at Gough Island. Polar Biology 29: 905-908
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  2. Bester MN, Wilson JW, Burle M-H & Hofmeyr GJG (2006) Population trends of Subantarctic fur seals at Gough Island. South African Journal of Wildlife Research: 36: 191-194
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  3. Wanless RM & Wilson JW (2007) Predatory behaviour of the Gough Moorhen Gallinula comeri: conservation implications for the moorhen and seabirds. Ardea 95: 311-315
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  4. Hudgens BR, Morris WF, Haddad NM, Fields WR, Wilson JW, Kuefler D & Jobe RT (2012) How complex do models need to be to predict dispersal of threatened species through matrix habitats? Ecological Applications 22: 1701-1710
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  5. Wilson JW, Sexton JO, Jobe RT & Haddad NM (2013) The relative contribution of terrain, landcover, and vegetation structure indices to species distribution models. Biological Conservation 164: 170-176.
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  6. Wilson JW, Mills MGL, Wilson RP, Peters G, Mills MEJ, Speakman JR, Durant SM, Bennett NC, Marks NJ & Scantlebury M (2013) Cheetahs Acinonyx jubatus balance turn capacity with pace when chasing prey. Biol. Lett. 9: 20130620
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  7. Tambling CJ, Wilson JW, Bradford P & Scantlebury M. (2014) Fine scale differences in predicted and observed cheetah diet: does sexual dimorphism in cheetah diet matter? South African Journal of Wildlife Research 44: 90-94.
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  8. Chiyo PI, Wilson JW, Archie EA, Lee PC, Moss CJ & Alberts SC (2014) The influence of foraging availability, protected areas, and mating opportunities on grouping patterns of male African elephants. Behavioural Ecology 25: 1494-1504.
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  9. Scantlebury M, Mills MGL, Wilson RP, Wilson JW, Mills, MEJ, Durant SM, Bennet, NC, Bradford P, Marks NJ & Speakman JR (2014) Flexible energetics of cheetah hunting strategies provide resistance against kleptoparasitism. Science 346: 79-81.
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  10. Henry E, Haddad N, Hughes P, Gardner B & Wilson JW (2015) Point-count methods for butterflies when traditional methods fail: a case study with the Miami blue butterfly. Journal of Insect Conservation 19: 519-529
    (1) Online (2) Full text via ResearchGate
  11. Wilson RP, Griffiths I, Mills MGL, Carbone C, Wilson JW & Scantlebury DM. 2015. Mass enhances speed but diminishes turn capacity in terrestrial persuit predators. eLife e06487

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  1. Mynhardt S, Pelser I, Maree S, Bennett NC, Bronner GN, Wilson JW, Bloomer P. (2015). Phylogeography of a morphologically cryptic golden mole radiation from the greater Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany region of south-eastern Africa. PLoS ONE 10: e0144995.
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Presentations


  1. Cooper J, Burle M-H, Cuthbert R, Hilton G, Sanders S, Sommer E, Wilson JW, Ryan PG, Wanless R, Angel A, Glass J, Glass N, Glass S & Brown D. Seabird colonies of ACAP species and current management at Tristan. Oral presentation by J Cooper at the Albatrosses & Petrels of the South Atlantic: Conservation Priorities Meeting, Falkland Islands, March 2006
  2. Scantlebury M & Wilson JW. Energetics of an endangered super-predator, the Cheetah, on a small African reserve. Poster presentation by M. Scantlebury at the Conference for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, July 2008
  3. Wilson JW, Wanless RM, Bennett NC, Speakman JR, Symes C & Scantlebury M. Energetics of house mice on subantarctic Gough Island. Oral presentation by JW Wilson at the Conference for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, July 2008
  4. Wilson JW & Haddad, NM, Identifying and prioritizing reintroduction locations for an endangered butterfly, the St Francis’ Satyr Neonympha mitchellii francisci. Abstract accepted for the Conference for the Biology of Butterflies, Edmonton, Canada, June 2010 (Presented in absentia due to visa delay)
  5. Wilson JW, Fay JP & Haddad, NM, Considering connectivity in prioritizing reintroduction sites for threatenend species. Poster presentation by NM Haddad at the annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Edmonton, Canada, July 2010 (Presented in absentia due to visa delay)
  6. Wilson JW, Fay JP & Haddad, NM, Incorporating connectivity in endangered species reintroduction site selection. Oral presentation by JW Wilson at the annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Aukland, New Zealand, November 2011 (Student award finalist)
  7. Scantlebury M, Wilson JW, Marks N, Speakman J, & Silverster B. Energetics of an endangered super-predator: the Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus. Poster presentation by B. Silvester at the symposium of the South African Wildlife Management Association, Bela-Bela, South Africa, September 2012.

 


Invited talks

 

  1. Wilson JW, Wanless R, Bennet N, Speakman J & Scantlebury M (2011) Do high energetic costs of invasive rodents drive seabird extinctions on subantarctic islands? Invited seminar for the School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University-Belfast, Northern Ireland. February 2011

 

 

Workshops

 

  1. Red list and threatened species assessment training workshop, Presented by the IUCN/SSC and EWT/CBSG. Johannesburg, South Africa, December 2003

 

 

Popular articles

 

  1. Wilson JW (2005) The mammals of Gough Island. The Bunting, December 2005
  2. Wilson JW (2005) The mammals of Gough Island receive visits from Antarctic friends. The Bunting, December 2005

 

 

Technical reports

 

  1. Smit ME & Wilson JW (2000) Avifauna desktop survey for the 400kv Athene-Umfolozi transmission line. Internal report for ESKOM, South Africa, as part of an environmental impact assessment
  2. Birkholz S, Burton SL, de Beer Y, Jackson CR, Smith Y, Uys CJ & Wilson JW (2001) Populations of large herbivores on Bonamanzi Game Ranch. Internal report for Bonamanzi Game Ranch, South Africa, as part of revised management plan
  3. Gillingham A, Vetter J & Wilson JW (2008) Florida Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Plan Implementation Report. Available online under State Synthesis Reports
  4. Gillingham A, Vetter J & Wilson JW (2008) Florida Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy: From Planning to Implementation. Available online under State Synthesis Reports
  5. Baker N, Bauch A, Gillingham A, Harford A, Leddick J, Wright L, Iglecia M, McIntyre S, Wilson J & Trainor A (2008) Regional Synthesis of Six Southeastern United States' Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategies: From Planning to Implementation. Available online under Regional Synthesis Reports
  6. Baker N, Bauch A, Gillingham A, Harford A, Iglecia M, Leddick J, McIntyre S, Trainor A, Wilson J & Wright L (2008) Implementation of the State Wildlife Action Plans by Six Southeastern United States: A Synthesis of Findings and Trends. Available online under Regional Synthesis Reports
  7. Haddad N, Vogel L, Wilson J, Bartell R, Hudgens B & Mortell Q (2009) Research for the conservation and restoration of an endangered butterfly, the St. Francis satyr. Final report for the 2008 field season. Internal report to the Endangered Species Branch, Ft. Bragg, NC
  8. Wilson JW, Haddad NM & Ball B (2009) Proposed population augmentation of the endangered St. Francis’ satyr on Ft. Bragg, NC in end July-early August, 2009. Internal report to the Endangered Species Branch, Ft. Bragg, NC
  9. Lessig H, Wilson J, Hudgens B & Haddad N (2010) Research for the conservation and restoration of an endangered butterfly, the St. Francis satyr. Final report for the 2009 field season. Internal report to the Endangered Species Branch, Ft. Bragg, NC
  10. Haddad NM & Wilson JW (2011) Preliminary observations of the Miami blue butterfly. Internal progress report to United States Fish & Wildlife Service and Florida Wildlife Commission, Big Pine Key and Tallahassee, FL
  11. Henry E, Haddad NM & Wilson JW (2012) Miami blue butterfly monitoring, Interim report covering September 2010-May 2012. Annual report to United States Fish & Wildlife Service, Big Pine Key, FL

 

 

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