Peter W W Lurz
Peter W W Lurz
Honorary Fellow, Edinburgh University
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Alien species and interspecific competition: effects of introduced eastern grey squirrels on red squirrel population dynamics
J Gurnell, LA Wauters, PWW Lurz, G Tosi
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (1), 26-35, 2004
Disease threats posed by alien species: the role of a poxvirus in the decline of the native red squirrel in Britain
SP Rushton, PWW Lurz, J Gurnell, P Nettleton, C Bruemmer, MDF Shirley, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 134 (3), 521-533, 2006
Impact of landscape management on the genetic structure of red squirrel populations
ML Hale, PWW Lurz, MDF Shirley, S Rushton, RM Fuller, K Wolff
Science 293 (5538), 2246-2248, 2001
Modelling the spatial dynamics of parapoxvirus disease in red and grey squirrels: a possible cause of the decline in the red squirrel in the UK?
SP Rushton, PWW Lurz, J Gurnell, R Fuller
Journal of Applied Ecology 37 (6), 997-1012, 2000
Effects of temporal and spatial variations in food supply on the space and habitat use of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris L.)
PWW Lurz, PJ Garson, LA Wauters
Journal of Zoology 251 (2), 167-178, 2000
Sciurus vulgaris
PWW Lurz, J Gurnell, L Magris
Mammalian species, 1-10, 2005
Predicting grey squirrel expansion in North Italy: a spatially explicit modelling approach
PWW Lurz, SP Rushton, LA Wauters, S Bertolino, I Currado, P Mazzoglio, ...
Landscape Ecology 16, 407-420, 2001
Modelling the distribution of the red and grey squirrel at the landscape scale: a combined GIS and population dynamics approach
SP Rushton, PWW Lurz, R Fuller, PJ Garson
Journal of applied ecology, 1137-1154, 1997
Effects of temporal and spatial variation in habitat quality on red squirrel dispersal behaviour
PWW Lurz, PJ Garson, LA Wauters
Animal Behaviour 54 (2), 427-435, 1997
The ecology of squirrels in spruce dominated plantations: implications for forest management
PWW Lurz, PJ Garson, SP Rushton
Forest ecology and management 79 (1-2), 79-90, 1995
Interspecific effects of grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) on the space use and population demography of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) in conifer plantations
LA Wauters, PWW Lurz, J Gurnell
Ecological Research 15, 271-284, 2000
Practical techniques for surveying and monitoring squirrels
J Gurnell, P Lurz, H Pepper
Forestry Commission, 2001
Conserving red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris): mapping and forecasting habitat suitability using a Geographic Information Systems Approach
J Gurnell, MJ Clark, PWW Lurz, MDF Shirley, SP Rushton
Biological conservation 105 (1), 53-64, 2002
Callosciurus squirrels: worldwide introductions, ecological impacts and recommendations to prevent the establishment of new invasive populations
S Bertolino, PWW Lurz
Mammal Review 43 (1), 22-33, 2013
Poxviral Disease in Red Squirrels Sciurus vulgaris in the UK: Spatial and Temporal Trends of an Emerging Threat
AW Sainsbury, R Deaville, B Lawson, WA Cooley, SSJ Farelly, MJ Stack, ...
EcoHealth 5, 305-316, 2008
Predicting the spread of the American grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Europe: A call for a co-ordinated European approach
S Bertolino, PWW Lurz, R Sanderson, SP Rushton
Biological Conservation 141 (10), 2564-2575, 2008
Monitoring red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris and grey squirrels Sciurus carolinensis in Britain
J Gurnell, PWW Lurz, MDF Shirley, S Cartmel, PJ Garson, L Magris, ...
Mammal review 34 (1‐2), 51-74, 2004
The Eurasian red squirrel: Sciurus vulgaris
S Bosch, PWW Lurz
Westarp Wissenschaften-Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2012
The use of climatic niches in screening procedures for introduced species to evaluate risk of spread: a case with the American eastern grey squirrel
M Di Febbraro, PWW Lurz, P Genovesi, L Maiorano, M Girardello, ...
PloS one 8 (7), e66559, 2013
Modelling spatio‐temporal variation in exposure to particulate matter: a two‐stage approach
TR Fanshawe, PJ Diggle, S Rushton, R Sanderson, PWW Lurz, ...
Environmetrics: The official journal of the International Environmetrics …, 2008
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