Samuel T. Turvey
Samuel T. Turvey
Professor, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London
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Mammals on the EDGE: conservation priorities based on threat and phylogeny
NJB Isaac, ST Turvey, B Collen, C Waterman, JEM Baillie
PloS one 2 (3), e296, 2007
Estimating animal density using camera traps without the need for individual recognition
JM Rowcliffe, J Field, ST Turvey, C Carbone
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1228-1236, 2008
First human-caused extinction of a cetacean species?
ST Turvey, RL Pitman, BL Taylor, J Barlow, T Akamatsu, LA Barrett, ...
Biology letters 3 (5), 537-540, 2007
Ancient proteins resolve the evolutionary history of Darwin’s South American ungulates
F Welker, MJ Collins, JA Thomas, M Wadsley, S Brace, E Cappellini, ...
Nature 522 (7554), 81-84, 2015
Rapidly shifting baselines in Yangtze fishing communities and local memory of extinct species
ST Turvey, LA Barrett, HAO Yujiang, Z Lei, Z Xinqiao, W Xianyan, ...
Conservation Biology 24 (3), 778-787, 2010
Abundance and conservation status of the Yangtze finless porpoise in the Yangtze River, China
X Zhao, J Barlow, BL Taylor, RL Pitman, K Wang, Z Wei, BS Stewart, ...
Biological Conservation 141 (12), 3006-3018, 2008
Investing in evolutionary history: implementing a phylogenetic approach for mammal conservation
B Collen, ST Turvey, C Waterman, HMR Meredith, TS Kuhn, JEM Baillie, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
Holocene extinctions
ST Turvey
OUP Oxford, 2009
Evolution lost: status and trends of the world's vertebrates
J Baillie, B Collen, J Griffiths, J Loh, S Turvey
IUCN: International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2010
The ghosts of mammals past: biological and geographical patterns of global mammalian extinction across the Holocene
ST Turvey, SA Fritz
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
Cortical growth marks reveal extended juvenile development in New Zealand moa
ST Turvey, OR Green, RN Holdaway
Nature 435 (7044), 940-943, 2005
Accelerating population decline of Yangtze finless porpoise (Neophocaena asiaeorientalis asiaeorientalis)
Z Mei, SL Huang, Y Hao, ST Turvey, W Gong, D Wang
Biological Conservation 153, 192-200, 2012
Description of a new species of Hoolock gibbon (Primates: Hylobatidae) based on integrative taxonomy
PF Fan, K He, X Chen, A Ortiz, B Zhang, C Zhao, YQ Li, HB Zhang, ...
American Journal of Primatology 79 (5), e22631, 2017
Anthropogenic extinction dominates Holocene declines of West Indian mammals
SB Cooke, LM Dávalos, AM Mychajliw, ST Turvey, NS Upham
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 48, 301-327, 2017
Is local ecological knowledge a useful conservation tool for small mammals in a Caribbean multicultural landscape?
ST Turvey, C Fernández-Secades, JM Nuñez-Miño, T Hart, P Martinez, ...
Biological Conservation 169, 189-197, 2014
Can local ecological knowledge be used to assess status and extinction drivers in a threatened freshwater cetacean?
ST Turvey, CL Risley, JE Moore, LA Barrett, H Yujiang, Z Xiujiang, Z Kaiya, ...
Biological Conservation 157, 352-360, 2013
Early Holocene human presence in Madagascar evidenced by exploitation of avian megafauna
J Hansford, PC Wright, A Rasoamiaramanana, VR Pérez, LR Godfrey, ...
Science Advances 4 (9), eaat6925, 2018
Historical data as a baseline for conservation: reconstructing long-term faunal extinction dynamics in Late Imperial–modern China
ST Turvey, JJ Crees, MMI Di Fonzo
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1813), 20151299, 2015
The Chinese giant salamander exemplifies the hidden extinction of cryptic species
F Yan, J Lü, B Zhang, Z Yuan, H Zhao, S Huang, G Wei, X Mi, D Zou, ...
Current Biology 28 (10), R590-R592, 2018
Unexpected evolutionary diversity in a recently extinct Caribbean mammal radiation
S Brace, ST Turvey, M Weksler, MLP Hoogland, I Barnes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1807), 20142371, 2015
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