Grant R Singleton
Grant R Singleton
Consultant, Internat Rice Res Inst; Visiting Prof Univ Greenwich, UK; Adjunct Prof Nth Arizona Univ
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Rodent-borne diseases and their risks for public health
BG Meerburg, GR Singleton, A Kijlstra
Critical reviews in microbiology 35 (3), 221-270, 2009
The impact of predator‐induced stress on the snowshoe hare cycle
R Boonstra, D Hik, GR Singleton, A Tinnikov
Ecological Monographs 68 (3), 371-394, 1998
Field methods for rodent studies in Asia and the Indo-Pacific
KP Aplin, PR Brown, J Jacob, CJ Krebs, GR Singleton
Ecologically-based management of rodent pests–re-evaluating our approach to an old problem
GR Singleton, H Leirs, LA Hinds, Z Zhang
Ecologically-based Management of Rodent Pests. Australian Centre for …, 1999
Mice, rats, and people: the bio‐economics of agricultural rodent pests
NC Stenseth, H Leirs, A Skonhoft, SA Davis, RP Pech, HP Andreassen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (7), 367-375, 2003
Adoption and economics of alternate wetting and drying water management for irrigated lowland rice
RM Lampayan, RM Rejesus, GR Singleton, BAM Bouman
Field Crops Research 170, 95-108, 2015
Impacts of rodents on rice production in Asia
G Singleton
Indexes of condition for small mammals
CJ Krebs, GR Singleton
Australian Journal of Zoology 41 (4), 317-323, 1993
Population dynamics of an outbreak of house mice (Mus domesticus) in the mallee wheatlands of Australia—hypothesis of plague formation
GR Singleton
Journal of Zoology 219 (3), 495-515, 1989
Reproductive changes in fluctuating house mouse populations in southeastern Australia
G Singleton, CJ Krebs, S Davis, L Chambers, P Brown
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
Population declines in the snowshoe hare and the role of stress
R Boonstra, GR Singleton
General and comparative endocrinology 91 (2), 126-143, 1993
Integrated management to reduce rodent damage to lowland rice crops in Indonesia
GR Singleton, J Jacob, CJ Krebs
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 107 (1), 75-82, 2005
Encyclopedia of pest management
D Pimentel
CRC press, 2002
A review of the biology and management of rodent pests in Southeast Asia
GR Singleton, DA Petch
One hundred years of eruptions of house mice in Australia–a natural biological curio
GR Singleton, PR Brown, RP Pech, J Jacob, GJ Mutze, CJ Krebs
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 84 (3), 617-627, 2005
Rats, mice and people: rodent biology and management
GR Singleton, LA Hinds, CJ Krebs, DM Spratt
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2003
Ecologically based management of rodents in the real world: applied to a mixed agroecosystem in Vietnam
PR Brown, NP Tuan, GR Singleton, PTT Ha, PT Hoa, DT Hue, TQ Tan, ...
Ecological Applications 16 (5), 2000-2010, 2006
Models for predicting plagues of house mice (Mus domesticus) in Australia
RP Pech, GM Hood, GR Singleton, E Salmon, RI Forrester, PR Brown
Ecologically-based Management of Rodent Pests’.(Eds GR Singleton, LA Hinds …, 1999
Structure and biology of house mouse populations that plague irregularly: an evolutionary perspective
GR Singleton, TD REDHEAD
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 41 (1-3), 285-300, 1990
Predation risk and habitat selection of Australian house mice , Mus domesticus, during an incipient plague: desperate behaviour due to food depletion
H Ylönen, J Jacob, MJ Davies, GR Singleton
Oikos 99 (2), 284-289, 2002
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