All-Ireland Mammal Symposium 2009

All-Ireland Mammal Symposium 2009

Butler, F. and Kelleher, C. (eds) (2012) All-Ireland Mammal Symposium 2009. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal, Belfast, 90pp.

ISBN 978-0-9569704-1-1

(published 2 October 2012, £13/€16 postage is additional)

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Contents

  • Re-wilding Ireland: restoring mammalian diversity or developing new mammalian communities? By A.C. Kitchener
  • How can we monitor the favourable conservation status of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) in Ireland? By S. Berrow, D. McGrath, J. O’Brien, I. O’Connor and D. Wall
  • Landscape genetics of red deer (Cervus elaphus L., 1758) in Killarney National Park, Co. Kerry. By A.D. McDevitt, P. O’Toole, C.J. Edwards and R. Carden
  • Deer management requirements in Irish forestry. By C. Nugent
  • Habitat use by the European hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus L. 1758) in an Irish rural landscape. By A. Haigh, F. Butler and R.M. O’Riordan
  • An all-Ireland volunteer-based bat monitoring scheme: The process of volunteer recruitment and validation of results. By T. Aughney and N. Roche
  • Ancient DNA and analyses of mammalian remains from Ireland By C.J. Edwards
  • A new red list of Irish terrestrial mammals provides focus for conservation. By F. Marnell, N. Kingston and D. Looney
  • Deer in forests: A discussion document presented at the All-Ireland Mammal Symposium: Mammals and Forests Workshop. By T.D. Burkitt
  • Bats in forests: A discussion document presented at the All-Ireland Mammal Symposium: Mammals and Forests Workshop. By C. Kelleher
  • Squirrels in forests: A discussion document presented at the All-Ireland Mammal Symposium: Mammals and Forests Workshop. By C. Lawton