Peter Caley

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The following data have been transferred from the database of scientists of the International Society for Pest Information (ISPI):

Peter Caley
last recorded affiliation:
CSIRO Entomology
GPO Box 1700
Canberra 2601

research on vertebrate pests

Publications of Peter Caley (9 listed):

Journal of Pest Science (2020) 93, 543-550
Peter Caley, Marijke Welvaert and Simon C. Barry (2020)
Crowd surveillance: estimating citizen science reporting probabilities for insects of biosecurity concern - Implications for plant biosecurity surveillance

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 267-279
Daniel K. Heersink, Jacqui Meyers, Peter Caley, Guy Barnett, Brendan Trewin, Tim Hurst and Cassie Jansen (2016)
Statistical modeling of a larval mosquito population distribution and abundance in residential Brisbane

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1087-1094
Peter Caley, Robert Ingram and Paul De Barro (2015)
Entry of exotic insects into Australia: Does border interception count match incursion risk?

Journal of Applied Ecology (2004) 41, 94-104
Peter Caley and Jim Hone (2004)
Disease transmission between and within species, and the implications for disease control

Austral Ecology (2004) 29, 40-50
G.P. Edwards, A.R. Pople, K. Saalfeld and P. Caley (2004)
Introduced mammals in Australian rangelands: Future threats and the role of monitoring programmes in management strategies

Journal of Applied Ecology (2002) 39, 806-818
Dave Ramsey, Nick Spencer, Peter Caley, Murray Efford, Keith Hansen, Mary Lam and Des Cooper (2002)
The effects of reducing population density on contact rates between brushtail possums: implications for transmission of bovine tuberculosis

Journal of Applied Ecology (2001) 38, 1362-1370
Peter Caley and Dave Ramsey (2001)
Estimating disease transmission in wildlife, with emphasis on leptospirosis and bovine tuberculosis in possums, and effects of fertility control

Wildlife Research (1998) 25, 383-392
P. Caley, N.J. Spencer, R.A. Cole and M.G. Efford (1998)
The effect of manipulating population density on the probability of den-sharing among common brushtail possums, and the implications for transmission of bovine tuberculosis

Wildlife Research (1997) 24, 77-87
Peter Caley (1997)
Movements, activity patterns and habitat use of feral pigs (Sus scrofa) in a tropical habitat