Gemma Taylor
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Extent and ecological consequences of hunting in Central African rainforests in the twenty-first century
KA Abernethy, L Coad, G Taylor, ME Lee, F Maisels
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
Is reintroduction biology an effective applied science?
G Taylor, S Canessa, RH Clarke, D Ingwersen, DP Armstrong, PJ Seddon, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (11), 873-880, 2017
Synthesising bushmeat research effort in West and Central Africa: a new regional database
G Taylor, JPW Scharlemann, M Rowcliffe, N Kümpel, MBJ Harfoot, JE Fa, ...
Biological Conservation 181, 199-205, 2015
Indicators for wild animal offtake: methods and case study for African mammals and birds
DJ Ingram, L Coad, B Collen, NF Kümpel, T Breuer, JE Fa, DJC Gill, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (3), 2015
Notes on the distribution and status of small carnivores in Gabon
L Bahaa-el-din, P Henschel, R Aba'a, K Abernethy, T Bohm, N Bout, ...
Small Carnivore Conservation 48, 19-29, 2013
Video monitoring reveals novel threat to Critically Endangered captive-bred and released Regent Honeyeaters
G Taylor, JG Ewen, RH Clarke, TM Blackburn, G Johnson, D Ingwersen
Emu-Austral Ornithology 118 (3), 304-310, 2018
Risk aversion and uncertainty create a conundrum for planning recovery of a critically endangered species
S Canessa, G Taylor, RH Clarke, D Ingwersen, J Vandersteen, JG Ewen
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (2), e138, 2020
A systematic review of the bushmeat trade in West and Central Africa
G Taylor
MSc thesis, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 2012
Born to Be Wild: Evaluating the Zoo-Based Regent Honeyeater Breed for Release Program to Optimise Individual Success and Conservation Outcomes in the Wild
JS Tripovich, G Popovic, A Elphinstone, D Ingwersen, G Johnson, ...
Frontiers in Conservation Science 2, 16, 2021
Improving the Recovery Efforts of Threatened Species
G Taylor
UCL (University College London), 2019
Evaluation of Vibrio spp. and microplankton blooms as causative agents of juvenile oyster disease in Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin)
M Lee, GT Taylor, VM Bricelj
Oceanographic Literature Review 3 (44), 262, 1997
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