Cheryl Lohr
Cheryl Lohr
Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia
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Costs and benefits of trap‐neuter‐release and euthanasia for removal of urban cats in Oahu, Hawaii
CA Lohr, LJ Cox, CA Lepczyk
Conservation Biology 27 (1), 64-73, 2013
A review of cat behavior in relation to disease risk and management options
CA Lepczyk, CA Lohr, DC Duffy
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 173, 29-39, 2015
Desires and management preferences of stakeholders regarding feral cats in the Hawaiian Islands
CA Lohr, CA Lepczyk
Conservation Biology 28 (2), 392-403, 2014
Increasing the target-specificity of ERADICAT® for feral cat (Felis catus) control by encapsulating a toxicant
C Hetherington, D Algar, H Mills, R Bencini
Wildlife Research 34 (6), 467-471, 2007
Managing feral cats through an adaptive framework in an arid landscape
CA Lohr, D Algar
Science of the total environment 720, 137631, 2020
Modeling dynamics of native and invasive species to guide prioritization of management actions
CA Lohr, J Hone, M Bode, CR Dickman, A Wenger, RL Pressey
Ecosphere 8 (5), e01822, 2017
Identifying people's most preferred management technique for feral cats in Hawaii
C Lohr, C Lepczyk, L Cox
Human-Wildlife Interactions 8 (1), 56-66, 2014
Completing a worldwide picture: preliminary evidence of lead exposure in a scavenging bird from mainland Australia
MT Lohr, JO Hampton, S Cherriman, F Busetti, C Lohr
Science of the total environment 715, 135913, 2020
Population Genomics of Bettongia lesueur: Admixing Increases Genetic Diversity with no Evidence of Outbreeding Depression
K Rick, K Ottewell, C Lohr, R Thavornkanlapachai, M Byrne, ...
Genes 10 (11), 851, 2019
Deslorelin implants control fertility in urban brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) without negatively influencing their body-condition index
CA Lohr, H Mills, H Robertson, R Bencini
Wildlife Research 36 (4), 324-332, 2009
Estimating realistic costs for strategic management planning of invasive species eradications on islands
IDC Amelia S Wenger, Vanessa M Adams, Gwenllian D Iacona, Cheryl Lohr ...
Biological Invasions, 1-19, 2017
The islands are different: human perceptions of game species in Hawaii
CA Lohr, CA Lepczyk, ED Johnson
Environmental management 54, 814-827, 2014
A comparison of cat‐related risk perceptions and tolerance for outdoor cats in Florida and Hawaii
DM Wald, CA Lohr, CA Lepczyk, SK Jacobson, LJ Cox
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1233-1244, 2016
Predicting island biosecurity risk from introduced fauna using Bayesian Belief Networks
KM Cheryl Lohr, Amelia S Wenger, Owen Woodberry, Robert L Pressey
Science of the Total Environment 601, 1173-1181, 0
Reintroduction of Bilbies (Macrotis lagotis) to Matuwa, an indigenous protected area in Western Australia
CA Lohr, M Dziminski, J Dunlop, E Miller, K Morris
Rangeland Ecology & Management 78, 67-78, 2021
Frog survival and population viability in an agricultural landscape with a drying climate
RA Davis, CA Lohr, J Dale Roberts
Population Ecology 61 (1), 102-112, 2019
Prioritising weed management activities in a data deficient environment: the Pilbara islands, Western Australia
C Lohr, K Passeretto, M Lohr, G Keighery
Heliyon 1 (4), 2015
Rapid population expansion of Boodie (Burrowing Bettong, Bettongia lesueur) creates potential for resource competition with Mala (Rufous Hare‐wallaby, Lagorchestes hirsutus)
S Treloar, C Lohr, AJM Hopkins, RA Davis
Ecological Management & Restoration 22, 54-57, 2021
Two species, one island: Retrospective analysis of threatened fauna translocations with divergent outcomes
K Rayner, CA Lohr, S Garretson, P Speldewinde
PLoS One 16 (7), e0253962, 2021
Burrowing by translocated boodie (Bettongia lesueur) populations alters soils but has limited effects on vegetation
BJ Palmer, LE Valentine, CA Lohr, GN Daskalova, RJ Hobbs
Ecology and Evolution 11 (6), 2596-2615, 2021
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