Publications: Grayson, Jacqueline
Grayson, J. (2016) Reducing wildlife predation by domestic cats: An approach based on the precautionary principle. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Calver, M.C., Dickman, C., Grayson, J. and Lilith, M. (2012) Jury still out on whether cats are killers, but prison is on the cards. The Conversation, 25 July .
Calver, M.C., Grayson, J., Lilith, M. and Dickman, C.R. (2011) Applying the precautionary principle to the issue of impacts by pet cats on urban wildlife. Biological Conservation, 144 (6). pp. 1895-1901.
Grayson, J., Calver, M.C. and Lymbery, A. (2007) Species richness and community composition of passerine birds in suburban Perth: is predation by pet cats the most important factor? In: Lunney, D., Eby, P., Hutchings, P. and Burgin, S., (eds.) Pest or Guest: The Zoology of Overabundance. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman, NSW, Australia, pp. 195-207.
Grayson, J. and Calver, M.C. (2004) Regulation of domestic cat ownership to protect urban wildlife: a justification based on the precautionary principle. In: Lunney, D. and Burgin, S., (eds.) Urban wildlife: more than meets the eye. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman, pp. 169-178.
Grayson, J., Calver, M.C. and Styles, I. (2002) Attitudes of suburban Western Australians to proposed cat control legislation. Australian Veterinary Journal, 80 (9). pp. 536-543.