Jenni McDonald
Jenni McDonald
Cats Protection
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What do you mean,‘resilient’?
D Hodgson, JL McDonald, DJ Hosken
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (9), 503-506, 2015
Badger social networks correlate with tuberculosis infection
N Weber, SP Carter, SRX Dall, RJ Delahay, JL McDonald, S Bearhop, ...
Current Biology 23 (20), R915-R916, 2013
Reconciling actual and perceived rates of predation by domestic cats
JL McDonald, M Maclean, MR Evans, DJ Hodgson
Ecology and evolution 5 (14), 2745-2753, 2015
The small home ranges and large local ecological impacts of pet cats
R Kays, RR Dunn, AW Parsons, B Mcdonald, T Perkins, SA Powers, ...
Animal Conservation 23 (5), 516-523, 2020
Integrated population modelling reveals a perceived source to be a cryptic sink
MD Weegman, S Bearhop, AD Fox, GM Hilton, AJ Walsh, JL McDonald, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (2), 467-475, 2016
Wildlife disease ecology from the individual to the population: Insights from a long‐term study of a naturally infected European badger population
JL McDonald, A Robertson, MJ Silk
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), 101-112, 2018
Multi-state modelling reveals sex-dependent transmission, progression and severity of tuberculosis in wild badgers
J Graham, GC Smith, RJ Delahay, T Bailey, RA McDonald, D Hodgson
Epidemiology & Infection 141 (7), 1429-1436, 2013
The diversity of population responses to environmental change
F Colchero, OR Jones, DA Conde, D Hodgson, F Zajitschek, BR Schmidt, ...
Ecology Letters 22 (2), 342-353, 2019
Demographic buffering and compensatory recruitment promotes the persistence of disease in a wildlife population
JL McDonald, T Bailey, RJ Delahay, RA McDonald, GC Smith, ...
Ecology letters 19 (4), 443-449, 2016
Transients drive the demographic dynamics of plant populations in variable environments
JL McDonald, I Stott, S Townley, DJ Hodgson
Journal of Ecology 104 (2), 306-314, 2016
Divergent demographic strategies of plants in variable environments
JL McDonald, M Franco, S Townley, THG Ezard, K Jelbert, DJ Hodgson
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (2), s41559-016-0029, 2017
Mortality trajectory analysis reveals the drivers of sex-specific epidemiology in natural wildlife–disease interactions
JL McDonald, GC Smith, RA McDonald, RJ Delahay, D Hodgson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1790), 20140526, 2014
Demographic amplification is a predictor of invasiveness among plants
K Jelbert, D Buss, J McDonald, S Townley, M Franco, I Stott, O Jones, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 5602, 2019
Integrating trap-neuter-return campaigns into a social framework: Developing long-term positive behavior change toward unowned cats in urban areas
JL McDonald, MJ Farnworth, J Clements
Frontiers in veterinary science, 258, 2018
Climatic conditions produce contrasting influences on demographic traits in a long‐distance Arctic migrant
IR Cleasby, TW Bodey, F Vigfusdottir, JL McDonald, G McElwaine, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (2), 285-295, 2017
Mortality due to trauma in cats attending veterinary practices in central and south‐east England
JL McDonald, IR Cleasby, DC Brodbelt, DB Church, DG O'neill
Journal of Small Animal Practice 58 (10), 570-576, 2017
Human influences shape the first spatially explicit national estimate of urban unowned cat abundance
JL McDonald, E Skillings
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 20216, 2021
Prior precision, prior accuracy, and the estimation of disease prevalence using imperfect diagnostic tests
JL McDonald, DJ Hodgson
Frontiers in veterinary science 5, 83, 2018
Engaging with Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Communities and Their Cats: Human Behaviour Change for Animal and Human Benefit
JL McDonald, J Clements
Animals 9 (4), 175, 2019
Resilience is complicated, but comparable: a reply to Yeung and Richardson
D Hodgson, JL McDonald, DJ Hosken
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (1), 3-4, 2016
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