Catherine J Price
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Research priorities from animal behaviour for maximising conservation progress
AL Greggor, O Berger-Tal, DT Blumstein, L Angeloni, C Bessa-Gomes, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (12), 953-964, 2016
Predators are attracted to the olfactory signals of prey
NK Hughes, CJ Price, PB Banks
PLoS One 5 (9), e13114, 2010
Systematic reviews and maps as tools for applying behavioral ecology to management and policy
O Berger-Tal, AL Greggor, B Macura, CA Adams, A Blumenthal, ...
Behavioral Ecology 30 (1), 1-8, 2019
Exploiting olfactory learning in alien rats to protect birds’ eggs
CJ Price, PB Banks
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (47), 19304-19309, 2012
Olfaction and predator-prey interactions amongst mammals in Australia
PB Banks, JP Bytheway, AJ Carthey, NK Hughes, CJ Price
Carnivores of Australia: past, present and future, 389, 2014
Leveraging motivations, personality, and sensory cues for vertebrate pest management
PM Garvey, PB Banks, JP Suraci, TW Bodey, AS Glen, CJ Jones, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (11), 990-1000, 2020
Deadly intentions: na´ve introduced foxes show rapid attraction to odour cues of an unfamiliar native prey
JP Bytheway, CJ Price, PB Banks
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-6, 2016
Examining the efficacy of anti-predator training for increasing survival in conservation translocations: a systematic review protocol
AL Greggor, CJ Price, DM Shier
Environmental Evidence 8 (1), 1-9, 2019
Hair type, intake, and detection method influence Rhodamine B detectability
MK Weerakoon, CJ Price, PB Banks
The Journal of wildlife management 77 (2), 306-312, 2013
Leaf odour cues enable non‐random foraging by mammalian herbivores
PB Finnerty, RS Stutz, CJ Price, PB Banks, C McArthur
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (6), 1317-1328, 2017
Food quality and conspicuousness shape improvements in olfactory discrimination by mice
CJ Price, PB Banks
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1847), 20162629, 2017
Misinformation tactics protect rare birds from problem predators
GL Norbury, CJ Price, MC Latham, SJ Brown, ADM Latham, ...
Science Advances 7 (11), eabe4164, 2021
Landscapes within landscapes: a parasite utilizes different ecological niches on the host landscapes of two host species
HW Lydecker, B Etheridge, C Price, PB Banks, DF Hochuli
Acta tropica 193, 60-65, 2019
Modeling habituation of introduced predators to unrewarding bird odors for conservation of ground‐nesting shorebirds
MC Latham, DP Anderson, G Norbury, CJ Price, PB Banks, ADM Latham
Ecological Applications 29 (1), e01814, 2019
Increased olfactory search costs change foraging behaviour in an alien mustelid: a precursor to prey switching?
CJ Price, PB Banks
Oecologia 182 (1), 119-128, 2016
Invasive mammalian predators habituate to and generalize avian prey cues: A mechanism for conserving native prey
CJ Price, PB Banks, S Brown, MC Latham, ADM Latham, RP Pech, ...
Ecological Applications 30 (8), e02200, 2020
Habitat augmentation for introduced urban wildlife: the use of piles of railway sleepers as refuge for introduced black rats Rattus rattus
CJ Price, PB Banks
Australian Zoologist 39 (3), 513-519, 2018
A mechanistic understanding of prebaiting to improve interaction with wildlife management devices
JP Bytheway, KC Johnstone, CJ Price, PB Banks
Pest Management Science 77 (7), 3107-3115, 2021
What evidence exists on the effectiveness of different types of olfactory lures as attractants for invasive mammalian predators? A systematic map protocol
CJ Price, PB Banks, AL Greggor
Environmental Evidence 8 (1), 1-8, 2019
Outfoxing the fox: Effect of prey odor on fox behavior in a pastoral landscape
TA Andrewartha, MJ Evans, WG Batson, AD Manning, C Price, IJ Gordon, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (12), e516, 2021
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