Paul Meek
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" Which camera trap type and how many do I need?" A review of camera features and study designs for a range of wildlife research applications.
F Rovero, F Zimmermann, D Berzi, P Meek
Hystrix 24 (2), 2013
Recommended guiding principles for reporting on camera trapping research
PD Meek, G Ballard, A Claridge, R Kays, K Moseby, T O’brien, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 23 (9), 2321-2343, 2014
An introduction to camera trapping for wildlife surveys in Australia
PD Meek, P Fleming, G Ballard
Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, 2012
The pitfalls of wildlife camera trapping as a survey tool in Australia
PD Meek, GA Ballard, PJS Fleming
Australian Mammalogy 37 (1), 13-22, 2015
Camera traps can be heard and seen by animals
PD Meek, GA Ballard, PJS Fleming, M Schaefer, W Williams, G Falzon
PloS one 9 (10), e110832, 2014
Home range and movement of foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in coastal New South Wales, Australia
PD Meek, G Saunders
Wildlife Research 27 (6), 663-668, 2000
The movement, roaming behaviour and home range of free-roaming domestic dogs, Canis lupus familiaris, in coastal New South Wales
PD Meek
Wildlife Research 26 (6), 847-855, 1999
User-based design specifications for the ultimate camera trap for wildlife research
PD Meek, A Pittet
Wildlife Research 39 (8), 649-660, 2013
Management of wild canids in Australia: free-ranging dogs and red foxes
PJS Fleming, BL Allen, LR Allen, G Ballard, AJ Bengsen, MN Gentle, ...
Carnivores of Australia: past, present and future, 105-149, 2014
Camera trapping: wildlife management and research
PD Meek, P Fleming, G Ballard, P Banks, AW Claridge, J Sanderson, ...
Csiro Publishing, 2014
Use of two humane leg-hold traps for catching pest species.
PD Meek, DJ Jenkins, B Morris, AJ Ardler, RJ Hawksby
Wildlife Research 22 (6), 733-739, 1995
An analysis of bait-take and non-target impacts during a fox-control exercise
N Dexter, P Meek
Wildlife Research 25 (2), 147-155, 1998
Are we getting the full picture? Animal responses to camera traps and implications for predator studies
P Meek, G Ballard, P Fleming, G Falzon
Ecology and evolution 6 (10), 3216-3225, 2016
The performance of wild-canid traps in Australia: efficiency, selectivity and trap-related injuries
PJS Fleming, LR Allen, MJ Berghout, PD Meek, PM Pavlov, P Stevens, ...
Wildlife Research 25 (3), 327-338, 1998
The history of wildlife camera trapping as a survey tool in Australia
PD Meek, GA Ballard, K Vernes, PJS Fleming
Australian Mammalogy 37 (1), 1-12, 2015
Temporal activity patterns of the swamp rat (Rattus lutreolus) and other rodents in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia
PD Meek, F Zewe, G Falzon
Australian Mammalogy 34 (2), 223-233, 2012
Home range of house cats Felis catus living within a National Park
PD Meek
Australian Mammalogy 25 (1), 51-60, 2003
On the reliability of expert identification of small-medium sized mammals from camera trap photos
PD Meek, K Vernes, G Falzon
Wildlife Biology in Practice 9 (2), 1-19, 2013
Does baiting influence the relative composition of the diet of foxes?
MW Roberts, N Dexter, PD Meek, M Hudson, WA Buttemer
Wildlife Research 33 (6), 481-488, 2006
How to snap your cat: optimum lures and their placement for attracting mammalian predators in arid Australia
JL Read, AJ Bengsen, PD Meek, KE Moseby
Wildlife Research 42 (1), 1-12, 2015
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