Email Cheryl

+61 8 9405 5150

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+61 8 9306 1641
Street Address
Wildlife Place, Woodvale WA 6026, Australia
Postal Address
Locked Bag 104, Bentley Delivery Centre WA 6983, Australia

Profile

Research scientist researching island conservation planning systems for islands along the Pilbara coast.


Expertise

Wildlife management, invasive species, human-dimensions of wildlife, island biosecurity, community ecology, decision-making systems, conservation planning.


Projects

Decision support system for prioritising and implementing biosecurity on Western Australia's islands (2012-2017).


Publications (17)

Departmental Publications (9)

Found 9 items

2015

Lohr C (2015). Decision support software for prioritising management actions on Western Australia’s islands. Available at: http://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 82/2015, 2 p.

Lohr C, Passeretto K, Lohr M, Keighery G (2015). Prioritising weed management activities on islands along the Pilbara coastline, Western Australia. Heliyon 1, pp. 1–22

Lohr C, van Dongen R, Huntley B, Gibson L, Morris, K (2015). Remotely monitoring change in vegetation cover on the Montebello islands, Western Australia, in response to introduced rodent eradication. PLoS One 9, pp. 1–14

Lohr C, Wenger A, Woodberry O, Pressey B, Morris K (2015). Estimating biosecurity risk from introduced fauna for Pilbara islands using Bayesian Belief Networks (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 94

Lohr C, Woodberry O, Wenger A, Morris K, Pressey B (2015). Biosecurity risk from introduced wildlife for Pilbara islands. PowerPoint presentation at 2015 AWMS Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment: 23-26 November 2015, Mercure Hotel, Perth WA. 9 p.

Woodberry O, Lohr C, Wenger A, Morris K, Pressey B (2015). Biosecurity risk from introduced wildlife for Pilbara islands. PowerPoint presentation at Seventh Annual Conference of the Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society (ABNMS2015): November 25-26, 2015, Monash University, Caulfield, Melbourne. 20 p.

2014

Lohr C, van Dongen R, Huntley B, Gibson L, Morris K (2014). Vegetation change on the Montebello islands before and after rodent eradications and native fauna reintroductions (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks Symposium III: Program & Guide pp. 41–42

Pressey B, Brotánková J, Craigie I, Gibson L, Hall S, Hicks J et al. [Lohr C, Morris K] (2014). Conservation in paradise: prioritising management actions on islands in tropical Australia (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks Symposium III: Program & Guide p. 27

2013

Lohr C (2013). 100 years of biodiversity data put to work. Landscope 29(1), pp. 6–8

Additional Publications (8)

(“In press” and draft publications, or those published while employed elsewhere.)

2007

Hetherington C, Algar D, Mills H, Bencini R (2007). Increasing the target-specificity of ERADICAT® for feral cat (Felis catus) control by encapsulating a toxicant. Wildlife Research 34, pp. 467-471

2009

Lohr C, Mills H, Robertson H, Bencini R (2009). Suprelorin® implants control fertility in urban brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) without impacting negatively on their body condition index. Wildlife Research, 36, pp 324-332

2011

Lohr C, Esmaili T, Mills H, Bencini R (2011) Estimating the age structure of an urban population of brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) by comparing tooth wear and cementum lines. Australian Mammalogy, 33, pp 52-56

2012

Lohr C, Cox L, Lepczyk C (2012) Costs and Benefits of Trap-Neuter-Release and Euthanasia for Removal of Urban Cats in Oahu, Hawaii. Conservation Biology, 27, pp 64-73

Lohr C, Cox L, Lepczyk C (2012). Patterns of hypothetical wildlife management priorities as generated by consensus convergence models with ordinal ranked data. Journal of Environmental Management, 113, pp. 237-243.

2013

Lohr C, Lepczyk C (2013). Desires and Management Preferences of Stakeholders Regarding Feral Cats in the Hawaiian Islands. Conservation Biology, 28, pp. 392-403

2014

Lohr C, Lepczyk C, Cox L (2014). Identifying people’s most preferred management technique for feral cats in Hawaii. Human-Wildlife Interactions, 8, pp. 56-66.

Lohr C, Lepczyk C, Johnson E (2014). The Islands Are Different: Human Perceptions of Game Species in Hawaii. Environmental Management, 54, pp. 814-827.