Kimberly Conteddu
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Reducing risky interactions: Identifying barriers to the successful management of human–wildlife conflict in an urban parkland
LL Griffin, A Haigh, K Conteddu, M Andaloc, P McDonnell, S Ciuti
People and Nature 4 (4), 918-930, 2022
Disturbance Ecology Meets Bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) Epidemiology: A Before-and-After Study on the Association between Forest Clearfelling and bTB Herd Risk in Cattle Herds
SC AW Byrne, D Barrett, P Breslin, J O’Keeffe, KJ Murphy, K Conteddu, V ...
Pathogens 11 (7), 807, 2022
Camera trap surveys can reveal the dynamics of deer “hotspots” in Ireland
AF Smith, C Brock, K Conteddu, LL Griffin, C Hynes, KJ Murphy, S Ciuti
Mammal Communications 8, 6-14, 2022
Curbing zoonotic disease spread in multi-host-species systems will require integrating novel data streams and analytical approaches: evidence from a scoping review of bovine …
K Conteddu, HM English, AW Byrne, B Amin, LL Griffin, P Kaur, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.05. 08.539893, 2023
Does fear of humans predict anti-predator strategies in an ungulate hider species during fawning?
J Faull, K Conteddu, LL Griffin, B Amin, AF Smith, A Haigh, S Ciuti
bioRxiv, 2023.08. 16.553188, 2023
Fawn bedsite selection by a large ungulate living in a peri-urban area
K Conteddu, K Wilson, B Amin, S Chari, A Haigh, LL Griffin, M Quinn, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.08. 11.552922, 2023
Dogs, people, and deer in an urban park: female fallow deer (Dama dama) bed-site selection during the fawning season
K Conteddu
University College Dublin. School of Biology and Environmental Science, 2020
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