Google Scholar Profile: Oliver C. Stringham

ResearchGate Profile: Oliver C. Stringham



Lockwood, J.L., Welbourne, D., Romagosa, C., Cassey, P., Mandrak, N., Strecker, A., Leung, B., Stringham, O.C., Udell, B., Episcopio-Sturgeon, D., Tlusty, M., Sinclair, J., Springborn, M., Pienaar, E., Rhyne, A. When Pets Become Pests: The Role of the Exotic Pet Trade in Producing Invasive Vertebrate Animals. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. (PDF)

Stringham, O.C. & Lockwood, J.L. (2018) Pet problems: Biological and economic factors that influence the release of alien reptiles and amphibians by pet owners. Journal of Applied Ecology 55, 2632–2640. 10.1111/1365-2664.13237 (PDF)

Maslo, B., Stringham, O. C. Bevan, A. J. Brumbaugh, A. Sanders, C. Hall, M. & Fefferman, N. H. (2017) High annual survival in infected wildlife populations may veil a persistent extinction risk from disease. Ecosphere10.1002/ecs2.2001 (PDF)

Stringham, O.C. & Robinson, O.J. (2015) A modeling methodology to evaluate the efficacy of predator exclosures versus predator control. Animal Conservation10.1111/acv.12197 (PDF)

Robinson, O.J., Lockwood, J.L., Stringham, O.C. & Fefferman, N.H. (2015) A novel tool for making policy recommendations from PVA: Helping theory become practice. Conservation Letters10.1111/conl.12146 (PDF)



Van Abs, D.J., Stringham, O.C., Gao, Y., Evans, T. (2014). Effects of Land Development on Water Resources of the Pinelands Region. Prepared for New Jersey Future. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. New Brunswick, NJ.

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