Jordan O Hampton
Jordan O Hampton
Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
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Molecular techniques, wildlife management and the importance of genetic population structure and dispersal: a case study with feral pigs
JO Hampton, P Spencer, DL Alpers, LE Twigg, AP Woolnough, J Doust, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (4), 735-743, 2004
Illegal translocation and genetic structure of feral pigs in Western Australia
PBS Spencer, JO Hampton
The Journal of Wildlife Management 69 (1), 377-384, 2005
A systematic review of the impacts and management of introduced deer (family Cervidae) in Australia
NE Davis, A Bennett, DM Forsyth, DMJS Bowman, EC Lefroy, SW Wood, ...
Wildlife Research 43 (6), 515-532, 2016
Prevalence of zoonotic pathogens from feral pigs in major public drinking water catchments in Western Australia
J Hampton, PBS Spencer, AD Elliot, RCA Thompson
EcoHealth 3 (2), 103-108, 2006
How does a carnivore guild utilise a substantial but unpredictable anthropogenic food source? Scavenging on hunter-shot ungulate carcasses by wild dogs/dingoes, red foxes and …
DM Forsyth, L Woodford, PD Moloney, JO Hampton, AP Woolnough, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e97937, 2014
The sociogenetic structure of a controlled feral pig population
PBS Spencer, SJ Lapidge, JO Hampton, JR Pluske
Wildlife Research 32 (4), 297-304, 2005
A preliminary genetic study of the social biology of feral pigs in south-western Australia and the implications for management
J Hampton, JR Pluske, PBS Spencer
Wildlife Research 31 (4), 375-381, 2004
Is wildlife fertility control always humane?
JO Hampton, TH Hyndman, A Barnes, T Collins
Animals 5 (4), 1047-1071, 2015
Measuring the demographic and genetic effects of pest control in a highly persecuted feral pig population
BD Cowled, SJ Lapidge, JO Hampton, PBS Spencer
The Journal of Wildlife Management 70 (6), 1690-1697, 2006
Compassionate versus consequentialist conservation
JO Hampton, B Warburton, P Sandøe
Conservation Biology 33 (4), 751-759, 2019
Animal welfare considerations for using large carnivores and guardian dogs as vertebrate biocontrol tools against other animals
BL Allen, LR Allen, G Ballard, M Drouilly, PJS Fleming, JO Hampton, ...
Biological Conservation 232, 258-270, 2019
Heads in the sand: public health and ecological risks of lead-based bullets for wildlife shooting in Australia
JO Hampton, M Laidlaw, E Buenz, JM Arnemo
Wildlife Research 45 (4), 287-306, 2018
Animal welfare, social license, and wildlife use industries
JO Hampton, K Teh‐White
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (1), 12-21, 2019
Integrating animal welfare into wild herbivore management: lessons from the Australian Feral Camel Management Project
JO Hampton, B Jones, AL Perry, CJ Miller, Q Hart
The Rangeland Journal 38 (2), 163-171, 2016
An animal welfare assessment framework for helicopter darting: a case study with a newly developed method for feral horses
JO Hampton, H Robertson, PJ Adams, TH Hyndman, T Collins
Wildlife Research 43 (5), 429-437, 2016
An assessment of animal welfare for the culling of peri-urban kangaroos
JO Hampton, DM Forsyth
Wildlife Research 43 (3), 261-266, 2016
Identification and management of a single large population of wild dromedary camels
PBS Spencer, D Giustiniano, JO Hampton, P Gee, N Burrows, K Rose, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 76 (6), 1254-1263, 2012
Animal welfare and the use of procedural documents: limitations and refinement
JO Hampton, TH Hyndman, M Laurence, AL Perry, P Adams, T Collins
Wildlife Research 43 (7), 599-603, 2016
Field immobilization of feral 'Judas' donkeys (Equus asinus) by remote injection of medetomidine and ketamine and antagonism with atipamezole
AP Woolnough, JO Hampton, S Campbell, MR Lethbridge, ...
Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48 (2), 435-443, 2012
A systematic review of heat load in Australian livestock transported by sea
T Collins, JO Hampton, AL Barnes
Animals 8 (10), 164, 2018
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