SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Adriaensen, F., J. P. Chardon, G. De Blust, E. Swinnen, S. Villalba, H. Gulinck, et al. 2003. The application of ‘least-cost’ modelling as a functional landscape model. Landsc. Urban Plan. 64:233247.
  • Aebischer, N. J., P. A. Robertson, and R. E. Kenward. 1993. Compositional analysis of habitat use from animal radio-tracking data. Ecology 74:13131325.
  • Bailey, S. 2007. Increasing connectivity in fragmented landscapes: an investigation of evidence for biodiversity gain in woodlands. For. Ecol. Manage. 238:723.
  • Bakker, V. J., and D. H. V. Vuren. 2004. Gap-crossing decisions by the red squirrel, a forest-dependent small mammal. Conserv. Biol. 18:689697.
  • Beier, P., and R. F. Noss. 1998. Do habitat corridors provide connectivity? Conserv. Biol. 12:12411252.
  • Beier, P., D. R. Majka, and W. D. Spencer. 2008. Forks in the road: choices in procedures for designing wildland linkages. Conserv. Biol. 22:836851.
  • Bryce, J., S. Cartmel, and C. P. Quine. 2005. Habitat use by red and grey squirrels: results of two recent studies and implications for management, FCIN76. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, U.K.
  • Chardon, J. P., F. Adriaensen, and E. Matthysen. 2003. Incorporating landscape elements into a connectivity measure: a case study for the Speckled wood butterfly (Pararge aegeris L.). Landscape Ecol. 18:561573.
  • Coulon, A., J. F. Cosson, M. Angibault, B. Cargnelutti, M. Galan, N. Morellet, et al. 2004. Landscape connectivity influences gene flow in a roe deer population inhabiting a fragmented landscape: an individual–based approach. Mol. Ecol. 13:28412850.
  • Davies, Z. G., and A. S. Pullin. 2007. Are hedgerows effective corridors between fragments of woodland habitat? An evidence-based approach. Landscape Ecol. 22:333351.
  • Driezen, K., F. Adriaensen, C. Rondinini, C. P. Doncaster, and E. Matthysen. 2007. Evaluating least-cost model predictions with empirical dispersal data: a case-study using radiotracking data of hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus). Ecol. Model. 209:314322.
  • Epps, C. W., J. D. Wehausen, V. C. Bleich, S. G. Torres, and J. S. Brashares. 2007. Optimizing dispersal and corridor models using landscape genetics. J. Appl. Ecol. 44:714724.
  • Ferreras, P. 2001. Landscape structure and asymmetrical inter-patch connectivity in a metapopulation of the endangered Iberian lynx. Biol. Conserv. 100:125136.
  • Fitzgibbon, C. D. 1993. The distribution of grey squirrel dreys in farm woodland: the influence of wood area, isolation and management. J. Appl. Ecol. 30:736742.
  • Gelling, M., D. W. Macdonald, and F. Mathews. 2007. Are hedgerows the route to increased farmland small mammal density? Use of hedgerows in British pastoral habitats. Landscape Ecol. 22:10191032.
  • Gonzales, E. K., and S. E. Gergel. 2007. Testing assumptions of cost surface analysis- a tool for invasive species management. Landscape Ecol. 22:11551168.
  • Gurnell, J., and B. Mayle. 2003. Ecological impacts of the alien grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Britain. Pp. 4045 in C. P. Bowen, ed. MammAliens – A one day conference on the problems caused by non- native British mammals. Peoples Trust for Endangered Species/Mammals Trust UK, London.
  • Gurnell, J., L. A. Wauters, P. W. W. Lurz, and G. Tosi. 2004. Alien species and interspecific competition: effects of introduced eastern grey squirrels on red squirrel population dynamics. J. Appl. Ecol. 73:2635.
  • Gurnell, J., S. P. Rushton, P. W. W. Lurz, A. W. Sainsbury, P. Nettleton, M. D. F. Shirley, et al. 2006. Squirrel poxvirus: landscape scale strategies for managing disease threat. Biol. Conserv. 131:287295.
  • Haughland, D. L., K. W. Larsen, and M. Wheatley. 2008. The importance of radio-telemetry in arboreal squirrel research. Curr. Sci. 95:912917.
  • Janin, A., J. Léna, N. Ray, C. Delacourt, P. Allemand, and P. Joly. 2009. Assessing landscape connectivity with calibrated cost-distance modelling: predicting common toad distribution in a context of spreading agriculture. J. Appl. Ecol. 46:833841.
  • Kenward, R. E. 1982. Techniques for monitoring the behaviour of grey squirrels by radio. Pp. 175196 in C. L. Cheeseman and R. B. Mitson, eds. Telemetric studies of vertebrates. Academic Press, London.
  • Kenward, R. E. 1983. The causes of damage by red and grey squirrels. Mamm. Rev. 13:159166.
  • Kenward, R. E. 2001. A manual for wildlife radio tagging. Academic Press, London, U.K.
  • Koprowski, J. L. 2002. Handling tree squirrels with a safe and efficient restraint. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 30:101103.
  • Koprowski, J. L. 2005. The response of tree squirrels to fragmentation: a review and synthesis. Anim. Conserv. 8:369376.
  • LaRue, M. A., and C. K. Nielsen. 2008. Modelling potential dispersal corridors for cougars in midwestern North America using least-cost path methods. Ecol. Model. 212:372381.
  • Manning, A. D., J. Fischer, and D. B. Lindenmayer. 2006. Scattered trees are keystone structures – implications for conservation. Biol. Conserv. 132:311321.
  • Mayle, B., M. Ferryman, and H. Pepper. 2007. Controlling grey squirrel control damage to woodlands, FCPN4 (Revised). Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, U.K.
  • Middleton, A. D. 1930. The ecology of the American grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis Gmelin) in the British Isles. Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 2:809843.
  • Nixon, C. M., M. W. McClain, and R. W. Donohoe. 1980. Effects of clear-cutting on grey squirrels. J. Wildl. Manage. 44:403412.
  • Pe'er, G., and S. Kramer-Schadt. 2008. Incorporating the perceptual range of animals into connectivity models. Ecol. Model. 213:7385.
  • Pepper, H., and G. Patterson. 2001. Red squirrel conservation, FCPN5 (revised). Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, U.K.
  • Rempel, R. S., A. R. Rodgers, and K. F. Abraham. 1995. Performance of a GPS animal location system under boreal forest canopy. J. Wildl. Manage. 59:543551.
  • Ricketts, T. H. 2001. The matrix matters: effective isolation in fragmented landscapes. Am. Nat. 158:8799.
  • Sawyer, S. C., C. W. Epps, and J. S. Brashares. 2011. Placing linkages among fragmented habitats: do least-cost models reflect how animals use landscapes? J. Appl. Ecol. 48:668678.
  • Schadt, S., F. Knauer, P. Kaczensky, E. Revilla, T. Wiegand, and L. Trepl. 2002. Rule-based assessment of suitable habitat and patch connectivity for the Eurasian lynx. Ecol. Appl. 12:14691483.
  • Singleton, P. H., W. L. Gaines, and J. F. Lehmkuhl. 2004. Landscape permeability for grizzly bear movements in Washington and southwestern British Columbia. Ursus 15:90103.
  • Swihart, R. K., and T. E. Nupp. 1998. Modelling population responses of North American tree squirrels to agriculturally induced fragmentation of forests. P. 320 in M. A. Steele, J. F. Merritt, D. A. Zegers, eds. Ecology and evolutionary biology of tree squirrels. Virgina Museum of Natural History, Martinsville, VA.
  • Swihart, R. K., J. R. Goheen, S. A. Schnelker, and C. E. Rizkalla. 2007. Testing the generality of patch and landscape-level predictions of tree squirrel occurrence at a regional scale. J. Mammal., 88:564572.
  • Taylor, K. D., M. Shorten, H. G. Lloyd, and F. A. Courtier. 1971. Movements of the grey squirrel as revealed by trapping. J. Appl. Ecol. 8:123146.
  • Taylor, P. D., L. Fahrig, K. Henein, and G. Merriam. 1993. Connectivity is a vital element of landscape structure. Oikos 68:571573.
  • Tischendorf, L., and L. Fahrig. 2000. On the usage and measurement of landscape connectivity. Oikos 90:719.
  • Tomkiewicz, S. M., M. R. Fuller, J. G. Kie, and K. K. Bates. 2010. Global positioning system and associated technologies in animal behaviour and ecological research. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B Biol. Sci. 365:21632176.
  • Verbeylen, G., L. De Bruyn, F. Adriaensen, and E. Matthysen. 2003. Does matrix resistance influence red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris L. 1978) distribution in an urban landscape? Landscape Ecol. 18:791805.
  • Verboom, B., and R. C. van Apeldoorn. 1990. Effects of habitat fragmentation on the red squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris L. Landscape Ecol. 4:171176.
  • Villalba, S., H. Gulinck, G. Verbeylen, and E. Matthysen. 1998. Relationship between patch connectivity and the occurrence of the European red squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris, in forest fragments within heterogeneous landscapes. Pp. 205220 in J. W. Dover, R. G. H. Bunce, eds. Key concepts in landscape ecology. IALE, Preston, U.K.
  • Walker, R. S., A. J. Novaro, and L. C. Branch. 2007. Functional connectivity defined through cost-distance and genetic analysis: a case study for the rock-dwelling mountian vizcacha (Lagidium viscacia) in Patagonia, Argentina. Landscape Ecol. 22:13031314.
  • Watts, K., A. E. Eycott, P. Handley, D. Ray, J. W. Humphrey, and C. P. Quine. 2010. Targeting and evaluating biodiversity conservation action within fragmented landscapes: an approach based on generic focal species and least-cost networks. Landscape Ecol. 25:13051318.
  • Wauters, L. A., P. Casale, and A. A. Dhondt. 1994. Space use and dispersal of red squirrels in fragmented habitats. Oikos 69:140146.
  • Wauters, L. A., J. Gurnell, I. Currado, and P. Mazzoglio. 1997. Grey squirrel Sciurus carolinensis management in Italy – squirrel distribution in a highly fragmented landscape. Wildlife Biol. 3:117123.
  • Wauters, L. A., D. G. Preatoni, A. Molinari, and G. Tosi. 2007. Radio-tracking squirrels: performance of home range density and linkage estimators with small range and sample size. Ecol. Model. 202:333344.
  • Wauters, L. A., G. Verbeylen, D. Preatoni, A. Martinoli, and E. Matthysen. 2010. Dispersal and habitat cuing of Eurasian red squirrels in fragmented habitats. Popul. Ecol. 52:527536.
  • Zollner, P. A. 2000. Comparing the landscape level perceptual abilities of forest sciurids in fragmented agricultural landscapes. Landscape Ecol. 15:523533.
  • Zollner, P. A., and S. L. Lima. 2005. Behavioural tradeoffs when dispersing across a patchy landscape. Oikos 108:219230.