Carlo Pacioni
Carlo Pacioni
Arthr Rylah Institute/Murdoch University
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Contribution of genetics to ecological restoration
JL Mijangos, C Pacioni, PBS Spencer, MD Craig
Molecular Ecology 24 (1), 22-37, 2015
Effects of habitat fragmentation on population structure and long‐distance gene flow in an endangered marsupial: the woylie
C Pacioni, AF Wayne, PBS Spencer
Journal of Zoology 283 (2), 98-107, 2011
Genetic diversity loss in a biodiversity hotspot: ancient DNA quantifies genetic decline and former connectivity in a critically endangered marsupial
C Pacioni, H Hunt, ME Allentoft, TG Vaughan, AF Wayne, A Baynes, ...
Molecular ecology 24 (23), 5813-5828, 2015
Genetic outcomes from the translocations of the critically endangered woylie
C Pacioni, AF Wayne, PBS Spencer
Current Zoology 59 (3), 294-310, 2013
The population and epidemiological dynamics associated with recent decline of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) in Australia
C Pacioni
Murdoch University, 2010
Introduced deer and their potential role in disease transmission to livestock in Australia
JK Cripps, C Pacioni, MP Scroggie, AP Woolnough, DSL Ramsey
Mammal Review 49 (1), 60-77, 2019
C Pacioni, ID Robertson, M Maxwell, J van Weenen, AF Wayne
Journal of Wildlife Diseases 49 (4), 816-830, 2013
Assessing the economic benefits of starling detection and control to Western Australia
S Campbell, EJ Roberts, R Craemer, C Pacioni, L Rollins, AP Woolnough
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 23 (1), 81-99, 2016
Guidelines for genetic management in mammal translocation programs
C Pacioni, AF Wayne, M Page
Biological Conservation 237, 105-113, 2019
A high prevalence of Theileria penicillata in woylies (Bettongia penicillata)
J Rong, M Bunce, A Wayne, C Pacioni, U Ryan, P Irwin
Experimental parasitology 131 (2), 157-161, 2012
Disease hazard identification and assessment associated with wildlife population declines
C Pacioni, P Eden, A Reiss, T Ellis, G Knowles, AF Wayne
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (2), 142-152, 2015
The Woylie Conservation Research Project: investigating the cause (s) of woylie declines in the Upper Warren region
A Wayne, M Maxwell, P Nicholls, C Pacioni, A Reiss, A Smith, ...
Progress Report, December, 2011
Wildlife disease passive surveillance: the potential role of wildlife rehabilitation centres
S Trocini, C Pacioni, K Warren, J Butcher, I Robertson
Proceedings of the national wildlife rehabilitation conference, 1-5, 2008
Spatially-explicit model for assessing wild dog control strategies in Western Australia
C Pacioni, MS Kennedy, O Berry, D Stephens, NH Schumaker
Ecological modelling 368, 246-256, 2018
Genetic relationships within social groups influence the application of the Judas technique: a case study with wild dromedary camels
PBS Spencer, JO Hampton, C Pacioni, MS Kennedy, K Saalfeld, K Rose, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 79 (1), 102-111, 2015
vortexR: an R package for post Vortex simulation analysis
C Pacioni, F Mayer
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (11), 1477-1481, 2017
Ancient DNA reveals complexity in the evolutionary history and taxonomy of the endangered Australian brush-tailed bettongs (Bettongia: Marsupialia: Macropodidae: Potoroinae)
D Haouchar, C Pacioni, J Haile, MC McDowell, A Baynes, MJ Phillips, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (14), 2907-2927, 2016
Capturing genetic information using non-target species markers in a species that has undergone a population crash
C Pacioni, PBS Spencer
Australian Mammalogy 32 (1), 33-38, 2010
Predators and genetic fitness: key threatening factors for the conservation of a bettong species
C Pacioni, MR Williams, RC Lacy, PBS Spencer, AF Wayne
Pacific Conservation Biology 23 (2), 200-212, 2017
A virological investigation into declining woylie populations
C Pacioni, CA Johansen, TJ Mahony, MA O’Dea, ID Robertson, ...
Australian Journal of Zoology 61 (6), 446-453, 2014
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