Steve Redpath
Steve Redpath
Chair in Conservation Science, University of Aberdeen
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Understanding and managing conservation conflicts
SM Redpath, J Young, A Evely, WM Adams, WJ Sutherland, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (2), 100-109, 2013
10002013
Tilting at wildlife: reconsidering human–wildlife conflict
SM Redpath, S Bhatia, J Young
Oryx 49 (2), 222-225, 2015
2672015
The emergence of biodiversity conflicts from biodiversity impacts: characteristics and management strategies
JC Young, M Marzano, RM White, DI McCracken, SM Redpath, DN Carss, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 19 (14), 3973-3990, 2010
2462010
Rabbits as a keystone species in southern Europe
M Delibes-Mateos, SM Redpath, E Angulo, P Ferreras, R Villafuerte
Biological Conservation 137 (1), 149-156, 2007
2112007
Habitat fragmentation and the individual: tawny owls Strix aluco in woodland patches
SM Redpath
Journal of Animal Ecology, 652-661, 1995
2051995
Raptors and red grouse: conservation conflicts and management solutions
S Thirgood, S Redpath, I Newton, P Hudson
Conservation Biology 14 (1), 95-104, 2000
1942000
Assessing raptor diet: comparing pellets, prey remains, and observational data at hen harrier nests
SM Redpath, R Clarke, M Madders, SJ Thirgood
The Condor 103 (1), 184-188, 2001
1892001
Birds of prey as limiting factors of gamebird populations in Europe: a review
J Valkama, E Korpimäki, B Arroyo, P Beja, V Bretagnolle, E Bro, ...
Biological Reviews 80 (2), 171-203, 2005
1842005
People, predators and perceptions: patterns of livestock depredation by snow leopards and wolves
KR Suryawanshi, YV Bhatnagar, S Redpath, C Mishra
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 550-560, 2013
1812013
Using decision modeling with stakeholders to reduce human–wildlife conflict: a raptor–grouse case study
SM Redpath, BE Arroyo, FM Leckie, P Bacon, N Bayfield, RJ Gutierrez, ...
Conservation biology 18 (2), 350-359, 2004
1782004
Numerical and functional responses in generalist predators: hen harriers and peregrines on Scottish grouse moors
SM Redpath, SJ Thirgood
Journal of Animal Ecology 68 (5), 879-892, 1999
1771999
Birds of prey and red grouse
SM Redpath, SJ Thirgood
Stationery Office, 1997
1731997
Raptor predation and population limitation in red grouse
SJ Thirgood, SM Redpath, P Rothery, NJ Aebischer
Journal of Animal Ecology 69 (3), 504-516, 2000
1672000
Developing an integrated conceptual framework to understand biodiversity conflicts
RM White, A Fischer, K Marshall, JMJ Travis, TJ Webb, S Di Falco, ...
Land Use Policy 26 (2), 242-253, 2009
1582009
Testosterone, immunocompetence, and honest sexual signaling in male red grouse
F Mougeot, JR Irvine, L Seivwright, SM Redpath, S Piertney
Behavioral Ecology 15 (6), 930-937, 2004
1582004
An interdisciplinary review of current and future approaches to improving human–predator relations
S Pooley, M Barua, W Beinart, A Dickman, G Holmes, J Lorimer, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (3), 513-523, 2017
1572017
Hen harriers and red grouse: science, politics and human–wildlife conflict
S Thirgood, S Redpath
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (5), 1550-1554, 2008
1492008
Conflicts in conservation: Navigating towards solutions
SM Redpath, RJ Gutiérrez, KA Wood, JC Young
Cambridge University Press, 2015
1282015
To graze or not to graze? Sheep, voles, forestry and nature conservation in the British uplands
DM Evans, SM Redpath, DA Elston, SA Evans, RJ Mitchell, P Dennis
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (3), 499-505, 2006
1242006
Faecal egg counts provide a reliable measure of Trichostrongylus tenuis intensities in free-living red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus
LJ Seivwright, SM Redpath, F Mougeot, L Watt, PJ Hudson
Journal of Helminthology 78 (1), 69-76, 2004
1182004
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