Double Jeopardy Species
Can Zoos Ever Be Big Enough for Large Wild Animals? A Review Using an Expert Panel Assessment of the Psychological Priorities of the Amur Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) as a Model Species.
In pursuit of peak animal welfare; the need to prioritize the meaningful over the measurable.
Assessing the Psychological Priorities for Optimising Captive Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) Welfare.
How should the psychological welfare of zoo elephants be investigated?
What do population‐level welfare indices suggest about the well‐being of zoo elephants?
Concepts in the care and welfare of captive elephants.
How Should the Psychological Well-Being of Zoo Elephants be Objectively Investigated?
The role of zoos in the development of a national conservation strategy for Canada.
Identifying design priorities for optimal welfare.
The challenges of zoo animal welfare.
Managing captive mammals in mixed species communities.
On comparing the behaviour of zoo housed animals with wild conspecifics as a welfare indicator.
Working on Welfare: The Science of Animal Feeling.
Welfare State: when it comes to animal welfare, we need to prioritise the meaningful over the measurable.
On comparing the behaviour of zoo housed animals with wild conspecifics as a welfare indicator, using the giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) as a model.
Re-introduction and translocation of eastern bongo in Kenya; is it necessary and if so what are likely to be the most effective methodologies of achieving meaningful conservation goals?