Neil Reid
Neil Reid
Senior Lecturer in Conservation Biology, Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS)
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Ecological impacts of an invasive predator explained and predicted by comparative functional responses
JTA Dick, K Gallagher, S Avlijas, HC Clarke, SE Lewis, S Leung, ...
Biological invasions 15 (4), 837-846, 2013
1442013
Applying species distribution modelling to identify areas of high conservation value for endangered species: A case study using Margaritifera margaritifera (L.)
CD Wilson, D Roberts, N Reid
Biological Conservation 144 (2), 821-829, 2011
1082011
Foraging trip time-activity budgets and reproductive success in the black-legged kittiwake
LS Chivers, MG Lundy, K Colhoun, SF Newton, JDR Houghton, N Reid
Marine Ecology Progress Series 456, 269-277, 2012
542012
‘Invasional meltdown’: evidence for unexpected consequences and cumulative impacts of multispecies invasions
WI Montgomery, MG Lundy, N Reid
Biological Invasions 14 (6), 1111-1125, 2012
532012
Mammals and agri‐environment schemes: hare haven or pest paradise?
N Reid, RA McDONALD, W MONTGOMERY
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (6), 1200-1208, 2007
482007
An invasive‐native mammalian species replacement process captured by camera trap survey random encounter models
A Caravaggi, M Zaccaroni, F Riga, SC Schai‐Braun, JTA Dick, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 2 (1), 45-58, 2016
472016
Combining global climate and regional landscape models to improve prediction of invasion risk
R Kelly, K Leach, A Cameron, CA Maggs, N Reid
Diversity and Distributions 20 (8), 884-894, 2014
452014
The pitfall with PIT tags: marking freshwater bivalves for translocation induces short-term behavioural costs
CD Wilson, G Arnott, N Reid, D Roberts
Animal Behaviour 81 (1), 341-346, 2011
442011
Review and quantitative meta-analysis of diet suggests the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) is likely to be a poor bioindicator
N Reid, D Thompson, B Hayden, F Marnell, WI Montgomery
Ecological Indicators 26, 5-13, 2013
412013
Modelling the influence of biotic factors on species distribution patterns
K Leach, WI Montgomery, N Reid
Ecological Modelling 337, 96-106, 2016
402016
Expertly Validated Models and Phylogenetically-Controlled Analysis Suggests Responses to Climate Change Are Related to Species Traits in the Order Lagomorpha
K Leach, R Kelly, A Cameron, WI Montgomery, N Reid
PloS one 10 (4), e0122267, 2015
39*2015
Squirrelpox virus: assessing prevalence, transmission and environmental degradation
LM Collins, ND Warnock, DG Tosh, C McInnes, D Everest, ...
PloS one 9 (2), e89521, 2014
382014
Monitoring and population estimation of the European badger Meles meles in Northern Ireland
N Reid, TR Etherington, GJ Wilson, WI Montgomery, RA McDonald
Wildlife Biology 18 (1), 46-57, 2012
362012
European hare (Lepus europaeus) invasion ecology: implication for the conservation of the endemic Irish hare (Lepus timidus hibernicus)
N Reid
Biological Invasions 13 (3), 559-569, 2011
352011
Range expansion in an invasive small mammal: influence of life-history and habitat quality
TA White, MG Lundy, WI Montgomery, S Montgomery, SE Perkins, ...
Biological Invasions 14 (10), 2203-2215, 2012
332012
Herd-level bovine tuberculosis risk factors: assessing the role of low-level badger population disturbance
DM Wright, N Reid, WI Montgomery, AR Allen, RA Skuce, RR Kao
Nature Scientific Reports 5, 13062, 2015
272015
Invading and expanding: range dynamics and ecological consequences of the greater white-toothed shrew (Crocidura russula) invasion in Ireland
AD McDevitt, WI Montgomery, DG Tosh, J Lusby, N Reid, TA White, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e100403, 2014
272014
Erratum to: Range expansion and comparative habitat use of insular, congeneric lagomorphs: invasive European hares Lepus europaeus and endemic Irish hares Lepus timidus hibernicus
A Caravaggi, WI Montgomery, N Reid
Biological Invasions 18 (4), 1217-1218, 2016
26*2016
Range expansion and comparative habitat use of insular, congeneric lagomorphs: invasive European hares Lepus europaeus and endemic Irish hares Lepus timidus hibernicus
A Caravaggi, WI Montgomery, N Reid
Biological Invasions 17 (2), 687-698, 2015
262015
Range expansion and comparative habitat use of insular, congeneric lagomorphs: invasive European hares Lepus europaeus and endemic Irish hares Lepus timidus hibernicus
A Caravaggi, WI Montgomery, N Reid
Biological Invasions 17 (2), 687-698, 2015
262015
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