David Peacock

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Publications of David Peacock (15 listed):

Biological Invasions (2019) 21, 603-614
Amy Iannella, David Peacock, Phillip Cassey and Nina Schwensow (2019)
Genetic perspectives on the historical introduction of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) to Australia

Journal of Applied Ecology (2018) 55, 2954-2962
Louise K. Barnett, Thomas A.A. Prowse, David E. Peacock, Gregory J. Mutze, Ron G. Sinclair, John Kovaliski, Brian D. Cooke and Corey J.A. Bradshaw (2018)
Previous exposure to myxoma virus reduces survival of European rabbits during outbreaks of rabbit haemorrhagic disease

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 1255-1271
Nina Schwensow, Camila J. Mazzoni, Elena Marmesat, Joerns Fickel, David Peacock, John Kovaliski, Ron Sinclair, Phillip Cassey, Brian Cooke and Simone Sommer (2017)
High adaptive variability and virus-driven selection on major histocompatibility complex (MHC) genes in invasive wild rabbits in Australia

Molecular Ecology (2017) 26, 4551-4561
Nina I. Schwensow, Harald Detering, Stephen Pederson, Camila Mazzoni, Ron Sinclair, David Peacock, John Kovaliski, Brian Cooke, Jörns Fickel and Simone Sommer (2017)
Resistance to RHD virus in wild Australian rabbits: Comparison of susceptible and resistant individuals using a genomewide approach

Australian Journal of Zoology (2014) 62, 366-373
David Peacock, Gresley A. Wakelin-King and Ben Shepherd (2014)
Cane toads (Rhinella marina) in south-western Queensland: invasion front, spread and how Cooper Creek geomorphology could enable invasion into north-eastern South Australia

Wildlife Research (2014) 41, 552-559
G. Mutze, P. Bird, S. Jennings, D. Peacock, N. de Preu, J. Kovaliski, B. Cooke and L. Capucci (2014)
Recovery of South Australian rabbit populations from the impact of rabbit haemorrhagic disease

Molecular Ecology (2014) 23, 408-420
John Kovaliski, Ron Sinclair, Greg Mutze, David Peacock, Tanja Strive, Joana Abrantes, Pedro J. Esteves and Edward C. Holmes (2014)
Molecular epidemiology of Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus in Australia: when one became many

Evolutionary Applications (2014) 7, 1056-1067
Nina I. Schwensow, Brian Cooke, John Kovaliski, Ron Sinclair, David Peacock, Joerns Fickel and Simone Sommer (2014)
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease: virus persistence and adaptation in Australia

European Journal of Wildlife Research (2014) 60, 489-499
G.J. Mutze, R.G. Sinclair, D.E. Peacock, L. Capucci and J. Kovaliski (2014)
Is increased juvenile infection the key to recovery of wild rabbit populations from the impact of rabbit haemorrhagic disease?

Australian Journal of Zoology (2013) 61, 206-280
David Peacock and Ian Abbott (2013)
The role of quoll (Dasyurus) predation in the outcome of pre-1900 introductions of rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) to the mainland and islands of Australia

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 743-755
Peter Bird, Greg Mutze, David Peacock and Scott Jennings (2012)
Damage caused by low-density exotic herbivore populations: the impact of introduced European rabbits on marsupial herbivores and Allocasuarina and Bursaria seedling survival in Australian coastal shrubland

Molecular Ecology (2012) 21, 1038-1041
David Peacock, Greg Mutze, Ron Sinclair, John Kovaliski and Brian Cooke (2012)
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease: Applying Occam's Razor to competing hypotheses

Wildlife Research (2010) 37, 311-319
Greg Mutze, Ron Sinclair, David Peacock, John Kovaliski and Lorenzo Capucci (2010)
Does a benign calicivirus reduce the effectiveness of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) in Australia? Experimental evidence from field releases of RHDV on bait

Australian Journal of Zoology (2010) 58, 205-227
David Peacock and Ian Abbott (2010)
The mongoose in Australia: failed introduction of a biological control agent

Wildlife Research (2002) 29, 577-590
Gregory Mutze, Peter Bird, John Kovaliski, David Peacock, Scott Jennings and Brian Cooke (2002)
Emerging epidemiological patterns in rabbit haemorrhagic disease, its interaction with myxomatosis, and their effects on rabbit populations in South Australia