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Durham University

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Miss Sarah Elizabeth Beatham, MRes Ecology and Environmental Management, BSc Biological Sciences

Research Postgraduate (PhD) in the Department of Biosciences

(email at sarah.e.beatham@durham.ac.uk)

Research Interests

  • Wildlife management, population ecology, animal behaviour, remote sensing, citizen science, fertility control, human-wildlife conflicts, invasive species, wildlife conservation

Selected Publications

Conference Paper

  • Beatham S., Stepehens, P., Coats, J., Fouracre, D., Goodwin, D. & Massei, G. (2019), Novel methods to assess bait uptake patterns and densities of small mammals for wildlife management, European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference. Clement-Ferrand, France.
  • Beatham, S., Coats, J., Massei, G & Stephens, P. (2018), Developing an oral contraceptive bait for grey squirrel control, International Squirrel Colloquium, 2018. Galway, Ireland.

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