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The relationship between physiological stress and wildlife disease: consequences for health and conservation
Abstract. Wildlife populations are under increasing pressure from a variety of threatening processes, ranging from climate change to habitat loss, that can incite a physiological stress response. TheExpand
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A review of factors influencing the stress response in Australian marsupials
Conservation of Australian marsupials requires an understanding of how they respond to threats. Measuring stress hormones is an important approach to characterise animals' response to threats butExpand
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Evaluating Stress Physiology and Parasite Infection Parameters in the Translocation of Critically Endangered Woylies (Bettongia penicillata)
Translocation can be stressful for wildlife. Stress may be important in fauna translocation because it has been suggested that it can exacerbate the impact of infectious disease on translocatedExpand
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Parasite zoonoses and climate change: molecular tools for tracking shifting boundaries.
For human, domestic animal and wildlife health, key effects of directional climate change include the risk of the altered occurrence of infectious diseases. Many parasite zoonoses have high potentialExpand
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Prevalence of Zoonotic Pathogens from Feral Pigs in Major Public Drinking Water Catchments in Western Australia
Australia has the largest number of wild pigs in the world. Their pronounced impacts on agriculture and biodiversity make the estimated 23 million feral pigs one of Australia’s most importantExpand
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Evaluating the Effects of Ivermectin Treatment on Communities of Gastrointestinal Parasites in Translocated Woylies (Bettongia penicillata)
Wildlife species are often treated with anti-parasitic drugs prior to translocation, despite the effects of this treatment being relatively unknown. Disruption of normal host–parasite relationshipsExpand
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An improved value for the hyperfine splitting of hydrogen-like 209 Bi 82+
We report an improved measurement of the hyperfine splitting in hydrogen-like bismuth (209Bi82+) at the experimental storage ring ESR at GSI by laser spectroscopy on a coasting beam. Accuracy wasExpand
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Identifying factors that influence stress physiology of the woylie, a critically endangered marsupial
Faecal glucocorticoid metabolites are minimally invasive stress physiology indices that can be used to understand how animals respond to physical and/or psychological challenges (stressors) andExpand
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Wildlife in the line of fire: evaluating the stress physiology of a critically endangered Australian marsupial after bushfire
Abstract. Australian native fauna are thought to be well adapted to fire-prone landscapes, but bushfires may still pose considerable challenges or stressors to wildlife. We investigated the impact ofExpand
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