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Dr. John Rochford

Associate Professor (Biology)
29 WESTLAND ROW

Associate Professor (Zoology)

  Agri Environment   Biodiversity   Conservation and wildlife biology   Conservation Biology   Ecology   Endangered Species   Environmental Management   Environmental resource management   Environmental Zoology   Mammalogy   Natural Resources Management   Ornithology   Woodlands ecology
Ó Néill, Lughaidh, Veldhuizen, Tijmen, de Jongh, Addy and Rochford, John, Ranging behaviour and socio-biology of Eurasian otters (Lutra lutra) on lowland mesotrophic river systems, European Journal of Wildlife Research, 2009, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Finnegan, L.A., Edwards, C.J. and Rochford, J.M., Origin of, and conservation units in, the Irish red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) population, Conservation Genetics, 9, (5), 2008, p1099-1109 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Ó Néill, Lughaidh, Wilson, Peter, de Jongh, Addy, de Jong, Tjibbe and Rochford, John, Field techniques for handling, anaesthetising and fitting radio-transmitters to Eurasian otters (Lutra lutra), European Journal of Wildlife Research, 2008, p7 , Notes: [DOI 10.1007/s10344-008-0196-5], Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Finnegan, L., Hamilton, G., Perol, J., Rochford, J. , The use of hair tubes as an indirect method for monitoring red and grey squirrel populations (Biology and Environment (2007) 107B, 2, (55-60)), 2008, - 59, Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
Finnegan, L., Hamilton, G., Perol J. and Rochford, J., The use of hair tubes as an indirect method for monitoring red and grey squirrel populations, Biology and Environment, 107(B), (2), 2007, p55 - 60, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Lawton, C. and Rochford, J.M., The recovery of grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) populations after intensive control programmes, Biology and Environment, 107(B), (1), 2007, p19 - 29, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Ó Néill, Lughaidh, De Jongh, Addy, Ozolins, Janis, De Jong, Tjibbe and Rochford, John, Minimizing Leg-Hold Trapping Trauma for Otters With Mobile Phone Technology, Journal of Wildlife Management, 71, (8), 2007, p2776 - 2780, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Lynch AB, Brown MJF & Rochford JM, Fur snagging as a method of evaluating presence and abundance of a small carnivore, the pine marten (Martes martes), Journal of Zoology, 270, (2), 2006, p330 - 339, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Strevens, T.C. and Rochford, J.M., The diet and impact of the Irish hare (Lepus timidus hibernicus, Bell 1837) in a young plantation, Biology and Environment, 104(B), (2), 2004, p89 - 94, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Ó Teangana, D., Reilly, S., Montgomery, W.I. and Rochford, J, Distribution and status of the Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) and Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Ireland, Mammal Review, 30, (1), 2000, p45 - 56, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
  

Bailey, M. and Rochford, J., Otter Survey of Ireland 2004/2005. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No.23, Dublin, Ireland, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government, 2006, 84, Report, PUBLISHED