2014 - Marsh Award for Ecology, British Ecological Society
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Wildlife, Livestock, Wildlife conservation and Meles. Her Ecology study incorporates themes from Zoology, Population density and Agroforestry. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Conservation biology and Environmental planning.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Animal husbandry, Panthera, Predation and Socioeconomics in addition to Livestock. Her research integrates issues of Human–wildlife conflict and Habitat in her study of Predation. Her work investigates the relationship between Meles and topics such as Culling that intersect with problems in Incidence, Environmental health, Mustelidae and Home range.
Her primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Badger, Wildlife, Meles and Culling. Ecology is a component of her Lycaon pictus, Endangered species, Range, Predation and Habitat studies. Her study explores the link between Badger and topics such as Demography that cross with problems in Breed.
Her Wildlife study combines topics in areas such as Agroforestry, Livestock and Conservation biology. Her Meles research includes elements of Population density, Wildlife disease and Body condition. Her work deals with themes such as Incidence, Mustelidae and Environmental health, which intersect with Culling.
Rosie Woodroffe mostly deals with Ecology, Lycaon pictus, Reproductive success, Endangered species and Bovine tuberculosis. Rosie Woodroffe integrates Ecology with Fencing in her study. As a part of the same scientific study, she usually deals with the Lycaon pictus, concentrating on Foraging and frequently concerns with Food web, Trophic cascade, Herbivore, Trophic level and Temperate climate.
As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Endangered species, focusing on Lycaon and, on occasion, Zoology and Cooperative breeding. She interconnects Rabies vaccine, Culling, Adverse effect, Demography and Immunology in the investigation of issues within Badger. The concepts of her Wildlife disease study are interwoven with issues in Livestock and Socioeconomics.
Her main research concerns Ecology, Predation, Lycaon pictus, Foraging and Range. Rosie Woodroffe integrates many fields, such as Ecology and Bovine tuberculosis, in her works. Her Predation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Trophic level and Herbivore.
Her Lycaon pictus research incorporates elements of Lycaon, Climate change, Temperate climate and Reproductive success. Rosie Woodroffe has included themes like IUCN Red List, Anthropocene and Threatened species in her Range study.
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Edge Effects and the Extinction of Populations Inside Protected Areas
People and Wildlife, Conflict or Co-existence?
Predators and people: using human densities to interpret declines of large carnivores
Animal Conservation (2000)
Limiting Depredation by African Carnivores: the Role of Livestock Husbandry
Mordecai O. Ogada;Rosie Woodroffe;Nicholas O. Oguge;Laurence G. Frank.
Conservation Biology (2003)
People and Wildlife: List of contributors
Positive and negative effects of widespread badger culling on tuberculosis in cattle
Christl A Donnelly;Rosie Woodroffe;D R Cox;F John Bourne.
Impact of localized badger culling on tuberculosis incidence in British cattle
Christl A. Donnelly;Rosie Woodroffe;D. R. Cox;John Bourne.
Managing disease threats to wild mammals
Animal Conservation (1999)
People and Wildlife: The impact of human–wildlife conflict on human lives and livelihoods
Lethal control of African lions (Panthera leo): local and regional population impacts
Rosie Woodroffe;Laurence G. Frank.
Animal Conservation (2005)
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