Publications: Hampton, Jordan
Hampton, J.O., Jones, B., Perry, A.L., Miller, C.J. and Hart, Q. (2016) Integrating animal welfare into wild herbivore management: lessons from the Australian Feral Camel Management Project. The Rangeland Journal, 38 (2). pp. 163-171.
McGregor, H.W., Hampton, J.O., Lisle, D. and Legge, S. (2016) Live-capture of feral cats using tracking dogs and darting, with comparisons to leg-hold trapping. Wildlife Research, 43 (4). pp. 313-322.
Mawson, P.R., Hampton, J.O. and Dooley, B. (2016) Subsidized commercial harvesting for cost-effective wildlife management in urban areas: A case study with kangaroo sharpshooting. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 40 (2). pp. 251-260.
Hampton, J.O. and Forsyth, D.M. (2016) An assessment of animal welfare for the culling of peri-urban kangaroos. Wildlife Research, 43 (3). pp. 261-266.
Spencer, P.B.S., Hampton, J.O., Pacioni, C., Kennedy, M.S., Saalfeld, K., Rose, K. and Woolnough, A.P. (2015) Genetic relationships within social groups influence the application of the Judas technique: A case study with wild dromedary camels. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 79 (1). pp. 102-111.
Hampton, J.O., Forsyth, D.M., Mackenzie, D.I. and Stuart, I.G. (2015) A simple quantitative method for assessing animal welfare outcomes in terrestrial wildlife shooting: the European rabbit as a case study. Animal Welfare, 24 (3). pp. 307-317.
Forsyth, D.M., Woodford, L., Moloney, P.D., Hampton, J.O., Woolnough, A.P. and Tucker, M. (2014) How does a carnivore guild utilise a substantial but unpredictable anthropogenic food source? Scavenging on hunter-shot ungulate carcasses by wild dogs/dingoes, red foxes and feral cats in South-Eastern Australia revealed by camera traps. PLoS ONE, 9 (6). Article e97937.
Hampton, J.O., Cowled, B.D., Perry, A.L., Miller, C.J., Jones, B. and Hart, Q. (2014) Quantitative analysis of animal-welfare outcomes in helicopter shooting: a case study with feral dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius). Wildlife Research, 41 (2). pp. 127-135.
Hampton, J.O., Mawson, P.R., Coughran, D.K. and Vitali, S.D. (2014) Validation of the use of firearms for euthanising stranded cetaceans. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management, 14 (1). pp. 117-123.
Spencer, P.B.S., Giustiniano, D., Hampton, J.O., Gee, P., Burrows, N., Rose, K., Martin, G.R. and Woolnough, A.P. (2012) Identification and management of a single large population of wild dromedary camels. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 76 (6). pp. 1254-1263.
Cowled, B.D., Lapidge, S.J., Hampton, J.O. and Spencer, P.B.S. (2006) Measuring the Demographic and Genetic Effects of Pest Control in a Highly Persecuted Feral Pig Population. Journal of Wildlife Management, 70 (6). pp. 1690-1697.
Hampton, J., Spencer, P.B.S., Elliot, A.D. and Thompson, R.C.A. (2006) Prevalence of zoonotic pathogens from feral pigs in major public drinking water catchments in Western Australia. EcoHealth, 3 (2). pp. 103-108.
Spencer, P.B.S., Hampton, J., Lapidge, S.J., Mitchell, J., Lee, J. and Pluske, J.R. (2006) An assessment of the genetic diversity and structure within and among populations of wild pigs (Sus scrofa) from Australia and Papua New Guinea. Journal of Genetics, 85 (1). pp. 63-66.
Hampton, J.O., Higgs, T., Knight, T. and Spencer, P.B.S. (2005) DNA-based detection of free-ranging pigs of domestic origin, in Western Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration, 6 (1). pp. 76-78.
Spencer, P.B.S. and Hampton, J.O. (2005) Illegal translocation and genetic structure of feral pigs in Western Australia. Journal of Wildlife Management, 69 (1). pp. 377-384.
Spencer, P.B.S., Lapidge, S.J., Hampton, J.O. and Pluske, J.R. (2005) The sociogenetic structure of a controlled feral pig population. Wildlife Research, 32 (4). pp. 297-304.
Hampton, J.O., Spencer, P.B.S., Alpers, D.L., Twigg, L.E., Woolnough, A.P., Doust, J., Higgs, T. and Pluske, J.R. (2004) Molecular techniques, wildlife management and the importance of genetic population structure and dispersal: a case study with feral pigs. Journal of Applied Ecology, 41 (4). pp. 735-743.
Hampton, J., Pluske, J.R. and Spencer, P.B.S. (2004) A preliminary genetic study of the social biology of feral pigs in south-western Australia and the implications for management. Wildlife Research, 31 (4). pp. 375-381.
Cowled, B., Lapidge, S., Scanlon, J., Spencer, P. and Hampton, J. (2005) A novel-molecular ecology approach to ascertaining emigration/immigration and potential disease spread in feral pigs. In: Wildlife Disease Association International Conference, 26 June - 1 July, Cairns, Qld, Australia.