Jessica V Bryant
Jessica V Bryant
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Roehampton
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Four-legged friend or foe? Dog walking displaces native birds from natural areas
PB Banks, JV Bryant
Biology letters 3 (6), 611-613, 2007
Four-legged friend or foe? Dog walking displaces native birds from natural areas
PB Banks, JV Bryant
Biology letters 3 (6), 611-613, 2007
Combining a map-based public survey with an estimation of site occupancy to determine the recent and changing distribution of the koala in New South Wales
D Lunney, MS Crowther, I Shannon, JV Bryant
Wildlife Research 36 (3), 262-273, 2009
How many remnant gibbon populations are left on Hainan? Testing the use of local ecological knowledge to detect cryptic threatened primates
ST Turvey, JV Bryant, C Duncan, MHG Wong, Z Guan, H Fei, C Ma, ...
American Journal of Primatology 79 (2), e22593, 2017
Using broad‐scale, community survey data to compare species conservation strategies across regions: A case study of the koala in a set of adjacent ‘catchments’
MS Crowther, CA McAlpine, D Lunney, I Shannon, JV Bryant
Ecological Management & Restoration 10, S88-S96, 2009
International conservation planning workshop for the Hainan gibbon: final report
ST Turvey, K Traylor-Holzer, MHG Wong, JV Bryant, X Zeng, X Hong, ...
London/Apple Valley MN: Zoological Society of London/IUCN SSC Conservationá…, 2015
Detection of a new Hainan gibbon (Nomascus hainanus) group using acoustic call playback
JV Bryant, A BrulÚ, MHG Wong, X Hong, Z Zhou, W Han, TE Jeffree, ...
International Journal of Primatology 37 (4), 534-547, 2016
Assessing current genetic status of the Hainan gibbon using historical and demographic baselines: implications for conservation management of species of extreme rarity
JV Bryant, D Gottelli, X Zeng, X Hong, BPL Chan, JR Fellowes, Y Zhang, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (15), 3540-3556, 2016
The koalas of Campbelltown, south-western Sydney: does their natural history foretell of an unnatural future
D Lunney, R Close, MS Crowther, J Bryant, I Shannon, K Madden, S Ward
The Natural History of Sydney’.(Eds D. Lunney, P. Hutchings and D. Hochuliá…, 2010
Spatiotemporal requirements of the Hainan gibbon: Does home range constrain recovery of the world's rarest ape?
JV Bryant, X Zeng, X Hong, HJ Chatterjee, ST Turvey
American journal of primatology 79 (3), e22617, 2017
Differential loss of components of traditional ecological knowledge following a primate extinction event
ST Turvey, JV Bryant, KA McClune
Royal Society open science 5 (6), 172352, 2018
Campbelltown’s koalas: their place in the natural history of Sydney
D Lunney, R Close, J Bryant, MS Crowther, I Shannon, K Madden, S Ward
The natural history of Sydney, 319-325, 2010
Ecology of domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) as a host for Guinea worm (Dracunculus medinensis) infection in Ethiopia
JK Wilson‐Aggarwal, CED Goodwin, GJF Swan, H Fielding, Z Tadesse, ...
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 68 (2), 531-542, 2021
Developing a conservation evidence-base for the Critically Endangered Hainan gibbon ('Nomascus hainanus')
JV Bryant
UCL (University College London), 2014
Identifying environmental versus phylogenetic correlates of behavioural ecology in gibbons: implications for conservation management of the world’s rarest ape
JV Bryant, VA Olson, HJ Chatterjee, ST Turvey
BMC evolutionary biology 15 (1), 1-13, 2015
Automated detection of Hainan gibbon calls for passive acoustic monitoring
E Dufourq, I Durbach, JP Hansford, A Hoepfner, H Ma, JV Bryant, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, 2021
Conserving the world's rarest ape: action planning for the Hainan gibbon
JV Bryant, ST Turvey, MHG Wong, K Traylor-Holzer
Oryx 49 (3), 391-392, 2015
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