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James D. Murdoch (Jed)

Murdoch Presentations African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in Botswana. Credit: J. Murdoch

Selected Presentations

Murdoch, J., H. Davie, P. Stokowski, A. Lini, and R. Reading. Wolves, livestock, and livelihoods – seeking solutions to conflict in the arid steppes of Mongolia. International Wolf Symposium: Wolves and Humans at the Crossroads, Duluth, Minnesota 2013.

Statham, M., J. Murdoch, J. Janecka, C. Edwards, B. Sacks. Global phylogeography of the most widely distributed carnivore, the red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Western Section of the Wildlife Society Conference, Sacramento, California, January 2013.

Murdoch, J. and S. Williams. Forest fragmentation and fishers in an agricultural landscape of Vermont. Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series, University of Maine – Orono, October 2012.

Murdoch, J., T. Munkhzul, S. Buyandelger, R. Reading, and C. Sillero-Zubiri. Ecological separation between corsac and red foxes in Mongolia. Carnivores Conference, Defenders of Wildlife, Denver, Colorado, November 2009.

Aghili, A., R. Masoud, and J. Murdoch. Persian leopard distribution and density in Iran. Carnivores Conference, Defenders of Wildlife, Denver, Colorado, November 2009.

Murdoch, J., C. Sillero-Zubiri, T. Munkhzul, and S. Buyandelger. Competition and niche separation between corsac and red foxes in Mongolia. International Mammalogy Conference (IMC), Mendoza, Argentina, August 2009.

Murdoch, J., T. Munkhzul, and S. Buyandelger. Corsac fox den use in Mongolia: implications for conserving a declining species. Cambridge Conference on Conservation Science, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, March, 2007.

Murdoch, J., T. Munkhzul, C. Sillero-Zubiri. Does Mongolia’s Ikh Nart Nature Reserve adequately protect Pallas’ cats? Felid Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, UK, September 2007.

Murdoch, J., K. Ralls, and B. Cypher. Barking Sequences in San Joaquin kit foxes (Vulpes macrotis mutica). American Society of Mammalogists Annual Conference, Humboldt State University, Arcada, California, June 2004.

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