Matt W Hayward
Matt W Hayward
School of Environmental and Life Sciences, University of Newcastle, Australia
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TitleCited byYear
Prey preferences of the leopard (Panthera pardus)
MW Hayward, P Henschel, J O'brien, M Hofmeyr, G Balme, GIH Kerley
Journal of Zoology 270 (2), 298-313, 2006
Collapse of the world’s largest herbivores
WJ Ripple, TM Newsome, C Wolf, R Dirzo, KT Everatt, M Galetti, ...
Science advances 1 (4), e1400103, 2015
Prey preferences of the lion (Panthera leo)
MW Hayward, GIH Kerley
Journal of zoology 267 (3), 309-322, 2005
Fencing for conservation: restriction of evolutionary potential or a riposte to threatening processes?
MW Hayward, GIH Kerley
Biological Conservation 142 (1), 1-13, 2009
Carrying capacity of large African predators: predictions and tests
MW Hayward, J O’Brien, GIH Kerley
Biological Conservation 139 (1-2), 219-229, 2007
Prey preferences of the spotted hyaena (Crocuta crocuta) and degree of dietary overlap with the lion (Panthera leo)
MW Hayward
Journal of Zoology 270 (4), 606-614, 2006
Acting fast helps avoid extinction
TG Martin, S Nally, AA Burbidge, S Arnall, ST Garnett, MW Hayward, ...
Conservation Letters 5 (4), 274-280, 2012
Temporal partitioning of activity in large African carnivores: tests of multiple hypotheses
MW Hayward, R Slotow
African Journal of Wildlife Research 39 (2), 109-126, 2009
Prey preferences of the cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) (Felidae: Carnivora): morphological limitations or the need to capture rapidly consumable prey before …
MW Hayward, M Hofmeyr, J O'brien, GIH Kerley
Journal of Zoology 270 (4), 615-627, 2006
The reintroduction of large carnivores to the Eastern Cape, South Africa: an assessment
MW Hayward, GIH Kerley, J Adendorff, LC Moolman, J O'brien, ...
Oryx 41 (2), 205-214, 2007
Prey preferences and dietary overlap amongst Africa's large predators
MW Hayward, GIH Kerley
African Journal of Wildlife Research 38 (2), 93-109, 2008
Prey Preferences of the African Wild Dog Lycaon pictus (Canidae: Carnivora): Ecological Requirements for Conservation
MW Hayward, J O'Brien, M Hofmeyr, GIH Kerley
Journal of Mammalogy 87 (6), 1122-1131, 2006
Reintroduction of top-order predators
MW Hayward, M Somers
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
Genetic erosion, restricted mating and reduced viability in fragmented populations of the endangered grassland herb Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides
AG Young
Genetics, demography and viability of fragmented populations, 2000
Using assisted colonisation to conserve biodiversity and restore ecosystem function under climate change
ID Lunt, M Byrne, JJ Hellmann, NJ Mitchell, ST Garnett, MW Hayward, ...
Biological conservation 157, 172-177, 2013
Saving the world's terrestrial megafauna
WJ Ripple, G Chapron, JV López-Bao, SM Durant, DW Macdonald, ...
Bioscience 66 (10), 807-812, 2016
Prey preferences of the tiger P anthera tigris
MW Hayward, W Jędrzejewski, B Jedrzejewska
Journal of Zoology 286 (3), 221-231, 2012
Do fences constrain predator movements on an evolutionary scale? Home range, food intake and movement patterns of large predators reintroduced to Addo Elephant National Park …
MW Hayward, GJ Hayward, DJ Druce, GIH Kerley
Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (4), 887, 2009
Practical considerations for the reintroduction of large, terrestrial, mammalian predators based on reintroductions to South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province
MW Hayward, J Adendorff, J O’Brien, A Sholto-Douglas, C Bissett, ...
The Open Conservation Biology Journal 1 (1), 2007
Prey preferences of the snow leopard (Panthera uncia): regional diet specificity holds global significance for conservation
S Lyngdoh, S Shrotriya, SP Goyal, H Clements, MW Hayward, B Habib
PloS one 9 (2), e88349, 2014
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