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Peter Fleming
Peter Fleming
Senior Principal Research Scientist, Vertebrate Pest Research Unit, NSW DPI
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Managing the impacts of dingoes and other wild dogs
P Fleming, L Corbett, R Harden, P Thomson
Bureau of Rural Sciences, Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry- Australia, 2001
349*2001
An introduction to camera trapping for wildlife surveys in Australia
PD Meek, P Fleming, G Ballard
Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, 2012
2162012
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
1982015
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
1822014
Camera trapping: wildlife management and research
P Fleming, P Meek, G Ballard, P Banks, A Claridge, J Sanderson, ...
Csiro Publishing, 2014
169*2014
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
1422016
As clear as mud: a critical review of evidence for the ecological roles of Australian dingoes
BL Allen, PJS Fleming, LR Allen, RM Engeman, G Ballard, LKP Leung
Biological Conservation 159, 158-174, 2013
1172013
Evaluation of the efficacy of 1080 poisoning of red foxes using visitation to non-toxic baits as an index of fox abundance.
JA Thompson, PJS Fleming
Wildlife Research 21 (1), 27-39, 1994
1081994
A strategic approach to mitigating the impacts of wild canids: proposed activities of the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre
PJS Fleming, LR Allen, SJ Lapidge, A Robley, GR Saunders, ...
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 46 (7), 753-762, 2006
1062006
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
1052014
Seven considerations about dingoes as biodiversity engineers: the socioecological niches of dogs in Australia
PJS Fleming, BL Allen, GA Ballard
Australian Mammalogy 34 (1), 119-131, 2012
1052012
Resolving the value of the dingo in ecological restoration
TM Newsome, GA Ballard, MS Crowther, JA Dellinger, PJS Fleming, ...
Restoration Ecology 23 (3), 201-208, 2015
1032015
Home range, activity and sociality of a top predator, the dingo: a test of the Resource Dispersion Hypothesis
TM Newsome, GA Ballard, CR Dickman, PJS Fleming, R van de Ven
Ecography 36 (8), 914-925, 2013
1032013
The success of GPS collar deployments on mammals in Australia
A Matthews, L Ruykys, B Ellis, S FitzGibbon, D Lunney, MS Crowther, ...
Australian Mammalogy 35 (1), 65-83, 2013
992013
The wayward dog: is the Australian native dog or dingo a distinct species?
SM Jackson, CP Groves, PJS Fleming, KP Aplin, MDB Eldridge, ...
Zootaxa 4317 (2), 201–224-201–224, 2017
952017
Human-resource subsidies alter the dietary preferences of a mammalian top predator
TM Newsome, GA Ballard, PJS Fleming, R van de Ven, GL Story, ...
Oecologia 175, 139-150, 2014
912014
Phylogenetic relationships of Australian and New Zealand feral pigs assessed by mitochondrial control region sequence and nuclear GPIP genotype
J Gongora, P Fleming, PBS Spencer, R Mason, O Garkavenko, JN Meyer, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 33 (2), 339-348, 2004
872004
Feral cat home‐range size varies predictably with landscape productivity and population density
AJ Bengsen, D Algar, G Ballard, T Buckmaster, S Comer, PJS Fleming, ...
Journal of Zoology 298 (2), 112-120, 2016
852016
Can we save large carnivores without losing large carnivore science?
BL Allen, LR Allen, H Andrén, G Ballard, L Boitani, RM Engeman, ...
Food Webs 12, 64-75, 2017
842017
Reintroducing the dingo: the risk of dingo predation to threatened vertebrates of western New South Wales
BL Allen, PJS Fleming
Wildlife Research 39 (1), 35-50, 2012
832012
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