Publications

JA – Journal articles
RS – Refereed symposium papers/book chapters
OP – Other published papers
LE – Letter

  • King, S. & Gurnel, J. (2019) Associative behaviour in Przewalski’s horses reintroduced into Mongolia. Nature Conservation Research 4: 1-9. (JA)
  • Sainsbury , A., Cunningham, A., Gurnel, J., Lurz, P. W. W. & McInnes, C. J. (2019) Releaasing grey squirrels into the wild. Veterinary Record 184(23): 714. (LE)
  • Reeve, N., Bowen, C. & Gurnell, J. (2019) An improved identification marking method for hedgehogs. Mammal Communications 85: 1-5. (JA)
  • Shuttleworth, C. M., Bertolino, S., Gill, R., Gurnell, J., Hayward, M. W., Kenward, R. E., Lawton, C., Lurz, P. W. W., McInnes, C. J., Mill, A., Trotter, S. & Wauters, L. A. (2019) Releasing grey squirrels into the wild. Veterinary Record 184(12): 389-390. (LE)
  • Gurnell, A. M., Bertoldi, W., Francis, R. A., Gurnell, J. & Mardhiah, U. (2018) Understanding processes of island development on an island braided river over timescales from days to decades. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (2016) Foreword. In C. Shuttleworth, P. Lurz & J. Gurnell (eds) The Grey Squirrel: Ecology & Management of an Invasive Species in Europe, viii-ix. European Squirrel Initiative, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire CV8 2LG UK. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J., Lurz, P., & Shuttleworth, C. (2016) Ecosystem impacts of an alien invader in Europe, the grey squirrel Sciurus carolinensis. In C. Shuttleworth, P. W. W. Lurz & J. Gurnell (eds) The Grey Squirrel: Ecology & Management of an Invasive Species in Europe, 307-326. The Grey Squirrel: Ecology & Management of an Invasive Species in Europe. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J., & Pepper, H. (2016) The control and management of grey squirrel populations in Britain. In C. Shuttleworth, P. Lurz & J. Gurnell (eds) The Grey Squirrel: Ecology & Management of an Invasive Species in Europe, 407-436. European Squirrel Initiative, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire CV8 2LG UK. (RS)
  • Shuttleworth, C., Lurz, P., & Gurnell, J. (2016) Grey squirrel management in Europe – the future. In C. Shuttleworth, P. Lurz & J. Gurnell (eds) The Grey Squirrel: Ecology & Management of an Invasive Species in Europe, 517-519. European Squirrel Initiative, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire CV8 2LG UK. (RS)
  • Lurz, P.W.W., Shuttleworth, C. & Gurnell, J. (2016) Which trees help red squirrels? Westmorland Red Squirrels Newsletter. Spring 2016: 6-8. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J., Blackett, T., Butler, H., Lurz, P., Magris, L., & Shuttleworth, C. (2015) British red squirrel strongholds: challenges for conservation. In C. Shuttleworth, P. Lurz & M. Hayward (eds) Red Squirrels: Ecology, Conservation & Management in Europe, 211-232. European Squirrel Initiave. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J., Lurz, P., & Wauters, L. (2015) Years of interaction and conflict in Europe: competition between Eurasian red squirrels and North American grey squirrels. . In C. Shuttleworth, P. Lurz & M. W. Haywood (eds) Red squirrels: Ecology, Conservation and Management in Europe, 19-37. Europeian Squirrel Initiave.(RS)
  • Lurz, P., Bertolino, S., Koprowski, J., Willis, P., Tonkin, M., & Gurnell, J. (2015) Squirrel monitoring: snapshots of population presence and trends to inform management. In C. Shuttleworth, P. Lurz & M. Hayward (eds) Red Squirrels: Ecology, Conservation & Management in Europe, 279-297. European Squirrel Initiave. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J., Lurz, P. W. W., & BertoldiI, W. (2014) The changing patterns in the distribution of red and grey squirrels in the North of England and Scotland between 1991 and 2010 based on volunteer surveys. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 25:  (JA)
  • Gurnell, J., Lurz, P. & Meredith, A. (2014) Arran red squirrel project. Mammal News. Issue 169 p. 13. The Mammal Society, Southampton. (OP)
  • Meredith, A. , Gurnell, J. & Lurz, P.W.W. (2014) Arran red squirrel project. Westmorland Red Squirrel Society Newsletter. 8: 6-7. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. & Finlay, W. (2013) Are camera traps suitable for the study of small mammals. Mammal News. Issue 166 p. 16. The Mammal Society, Southampton. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (2013) Monitoring of squirrel populations at Foulshaw Moss. Westmorland Red Squirrel Society Newsletter. 7: 4-5. (OP)
  • Cockel C., Gurnell A. & Gurnell J. (2012) Consequences of the physical management of an invasive alien plant for riparian plant species richness and diversity. River Research and Applications 30:217-229 (JA)
  • Gurnell J., McDonald R. & Lurz P.W. (2011) Making red squirrels more visible: the use of baited visual counts to monitor populations. Mammal Review 41:244-250. (JA)
  • Lurz, P.W.W., Bruemmer, C. & Gurnell, J. (2011) Foulshaw Moss. Westmorland Red Squirrel Society Newsletter. 3: 2. (OP)
  • Martinez-Jimenez D., Graham D., Couper D., Benko M., Schoniger S., Gurnell J. & Sainsbury A.W. (2011) Epizootiology and pathologic findings associated with a newly described adenovirus in the red squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 47:442-454. (JA)
  • Bruemmer C.M., Rushton S.P., Gurnell J., Lurz P.W., Nettleton P., Sainsbury A.W., Duff J.P., Gilray J. & McInnes C.J. (2010) Epidemiology of squirrelpox virus in grey squirrels in the UK. Epidemiology and Infection 138:941-50. (JA)
  • Di Pierro E., Ghisla A., Wauters L., Molinari A., Martinoli A., Gurnell. J. & Tosi G. (2010) The effects of seed availability on habitat use by a specialist seed predator. European Journal of Wildlife Research 57:585-595. (JA)
  • King S.R.B. & Gurnell J.(2010) Effects of fly disturbance on the behaviour of a population of reintroduced Przewalski horses (Equus ferus przewalskii) in Mongolia. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 125:22-29. (JA)
  • Carroll B., Russell P., Gurnell J., Nettleton P. & Sainsbury A.W. (2009) Epidemics of squirrelpox virus disease in red squirrels ( Sciurus vulgaris): temporal and serological findings. Epidemiology and Infection 137:257-265 (JA)
  • Gurnell J., Hare E.J. (2008) Rodents, in: S. Harris, et al. (Eds.), Mammals of the British Isles: Handbook 4th Edit, The Mammal Society, Southampton, England. pp. 54-199. (OP)
  • Gurnell J., Kenward R.E. (2008) Grey squirrel Sciuris carolinensis, in: S. Harris, et al. (Eds.), Mammals of the British Isles: Handbook 4th Edit, The Mammal Society, Southampton, England. pp. 66-72. (OP)
  • Gurnell J., Lurz P.W.W., Halliwell E.C. (2008) Red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris, in: S. Harris and D. W. Yalden (Eds.), The Mammals of the British Isles: Handbook 4th Edition, The Mammal Society, Southampton, England. pp. 55-66. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. & Hare, E.J. (2008) Eds. Chapter 5 Rodents. In The Mammals of the of British Isles 4th Edition. Harris, S. & Yalden, D.W. (Eds.) The Mammal Society, Southampton, England. pp. 54-199. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J., Kenward, R.E. & Pepper, H. (2008) Grey squirrel Sciurus carolinensis. In The Mammals of the of British Isles 4th Edition. Harris, S. & Yalden, D.W. (Eds.) The Mammal Society, Southampton, England. pp. 66-72. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J., Lurz, P.W.W. & Halliwell, E.C. (2008) Red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris. In The Mammals of the of British Isles 4th Edition. Harris, S. & Yalden, D.W. (Eds.) The Mammal Society, Southampton, England. pp. 55-66. (OP)
  • Sainsbury, A.W., Deaville, R., Lawson, B., Cooley, W.A., Farelly, S.S., Stack, M.J., Duff, P., McInnes, C.J., Gurnell, J., Russell, P.H., Rushton, S.P., Pfeiffer, D.U., Nettleton, P. & Lurz, P.W. (2008) Poxviral disease in red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris in the UK: spatial and temporal trends of an emerging threat. Ecohealth 5: 305-316. (JA)
  • King S.R.B. & Gurnell J. (2007) Scent-marking behaviour by stallions: an assessment of function in a reintroduced population of Przewalski horses (Equus ferus przewalskii). Journal of Zoology 272: 30-36. (JA)
  • Gurnell J., Rushton S.P., Lurz P.W.W., Sainsbury A.W., Nettleton P., Shirley M.D.F., Bruemmer C. & Geddes N. (2006) Squirrel poxvirus: Landscape scale strategies for managing disease threat. Biological Conservation 131:287-295. (JA)
  • McInnes C., Wood A., Thomas K., Sainsbury A., Gurnell J., Dein F. & Nettleton P. (2006) Genomic characterization of a novel poxvirus contributing to the decline of the red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in the UK. Journal of General Virology 87: 2115-25. (JA)
  • Rushton, S.P., Lurz, P.W.W., Gurnell, J., Nettleton, P., Bruemmer, C., Shirley, M.D.F. & Sainsbury, A.W. (2006) Disease threats posed by alien species: the role of a poxvirus in the decline of the native red squirrel in Britain. Epidemiology and Infection 134: 521-533. (JA)
  • Lurz, P.W.W., Gurnell, J. & Magris, L. (2005) Sciurus vulgaris. Mammalian Species No. 769 American Society of Mammalogists. (OP)
  • Wauters, L., Tosi, G. & Gurnell, J. (2005) A review of the competitive effects of alien grey squirrels on behaviour, activity and habitat use of red squirrels in mixed, deciduous woodland in Italy. Hystrix It. J. Mamm. 16: 27-40. (JA)
  • Wauters, L.A., Tosi, G. & Gurnell, J. (2005) A review of the competitive effects of alien grey squirrels on behaviour, activity and habitat use of red squirrels in mixed, deciduous woodland in Italy. Hystrix Italian Journal of Mammalogy 16: 27-40. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J., Wauters, L.A., Lurz, P.W.W. & Tosi, G. (2004) Alien species and interspecific competition: effects of introduced eastern grey squirrels on red squirrel population dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology 73: 26-35. (JA)
  • Gurnell,J., Lurz, P.W.W., Shirley, M.D.F., Cartmel, S., Garson, P.J., Magris, L. & Steele, J. (2004) Monitoring red (Sciurus vulgaris) and grey (Sciurus carolinensis) squirrels in Britain. Mammal Review 34: 51-74. (JA)
  • Lurz, P.W.W., Gurnell, J. & Rushton, SP (2004) Managing forests for red squirrels. In Managing woodlands and their mammals. (eds. C.P. Quine, R.F. Shore, R.C. Trout). Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. pp. 25-30. (RS)
  • Dickie, L.A., Pritchard, A.R. & Gurnell, J. (2003) Non-invasive monitoring of the progesterone cycle in fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox). In Proceedings of the 5th Annual Zoo Research Symposium (ed. T. Gilbert), Federation of Zoological Gardens of Great Britain and Ireland Zoological Gardens, London. pp. 59-66. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. & Mayle, B. (2003) Ecological impacts of the alien grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Britain. In Problems caused by non-native mammals in Britain. Peoples Trust for Endangered Species, London. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J., Clark, M.J., Lurz, P.W.W., Shirley, M.D.F. & Rushton, S.P. (2002) Conserving red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris): mapping and forecasting habitat suitability using a Geographic Information Systems Approach. Biological Conservation 105: 53-64. (JA)
  • Magris, L. & Gurnell, J. (2002) Population ecology of the red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in a fragmented woodland ecosystem on the Island of Jersey, Channel islands. Journal of Zoology, London 256: 99-112. (JA)
  • Rushton, S.P., Gurnell, J., Lurz, P.W.W. & Fuller, R. (2002) Modelling the impacts and costs of grey squirrel control regimes on the viability of red squirrel populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 66: 683-697. (JA)
  • Tompkins, D., Sainsbury, A.W., Netteleton, P., Buxton, D. & Gurnell. J. (2002) Parapoxvirus causes a deleterious disease of red squirrels associated with UK population declines. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 269: 529-533. (JA)
  • Wauters, L.A., Tosi, G. & Gurnell, J. (2002) Interspecific competition of grey on reds: do grey squirrels deplete tree seeds cached by red squirrels. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 5: 360-367. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (2001) Red squirrels: a species in decline. Mammals UK Summer 2001 Pp 7-8, Mammals Trust UK, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (2001) Saving the red squirrel. Mammals UK Winter 2001 Pp 6, Mammals Trust UK, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. , Wauters, L.A., Preatoni, D. & Tosi, G. (2001) Spacing behaviour, kinship and dynamics of the grey squirrel in a newly colonised deciduous woodland in north Italy. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79: 1533-1543. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J., Lurz, P.P.W. & Pepper, H. (2001) Practical techniques for surveying and monitoring squirrels. Forestry Commission Practice Note 11. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. 12pp. (OP)
  • Sainsbury A., Adair B., Graham D., Gurnell J., Cunningham A., Benko M. & Papp T. (2001) Isolation of a novel adenovirus associated with splenitis, diarrhoea, and mortality in translocated red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris. Verh. ber. Ekrg. Zootiere 40:265-270. (OP)
  • Sainsbury, A.W., Adair, B., Graham, D., Gurnell, J., Cunningham, A.A., Benko, M. & Papp, T. (2001) Isolation of a novel adenovirus associated with splenitis, diarrhoea, and mortality in translocated red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris. Verh. ber. Ekrg. Zootiere 40: 265-270. (JA)
  • Shuttleworth, C.M. & Gurnell, J. (2001) The management of coastal sand dune woodland for red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris L.). In Coastal Dune Management: Shared Experience of European Conservation Practice (eds. J.A. Houston, S.E. Edmondson & P.J. Rooney) pp. 117 – 127. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, England. (RS)
  • Wauters, L.A., Gurnell, J. ,Preatoni, D. & Tosi, G (2001) Effects of spatial variation in food availability on spacing behaviour and demography of Eurasian red squirrels. Ecography 24: 525-538. (JA)
  • Wauters, L.A., Gurnell, J., Martinoli, A. & Tosi, G. (2001) Does interspecific competition with grey squirrels affect the foraging behaviour and food choice of red squirrels. Animal Behaviour 61: 1079-1091. (JA)
  • Bruemmer, C., Lurz, P., Larsen, K. & Gurnell, J. (2000) Impacts and management of the alien Eastern Gray Squirrel in Great Britain and Italy: lessons for British Columbia. Pp. 341 – 349. In L. M. Darling (editor). Proceedings of a Conference on the Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk, Kamloops, B.C., 15 – 19 Feb., 1999. Volume One. B.C. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, B.C. and University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, B.C. 490 pp. (RS)
  • Nettleton, P.F., Gilray, J., Thomas, K., McInnes, C., Sainsbury, A.W. & Gurnell, J. (2000) Studies on a poxvirus from the European red squirrel (Sciurus vulgarisi). 5th International Congress of the European Society for Veterinary Virology. (OP)
  • Nettleton, P.F., Gilray, J., Thomas, K., McInnes, C., Sainsbury, A.W., Gurnell, J. (2000) Studies on a poxvirus from the European red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris. Proceedings of the 5th International Congress of the European Society for Veterinary Virology, Brescia, Italy August 27-30. (RS)
  • Rushton, S.P., Lurz, P.W.W. & Gurnell, J. (2000) Modelling the spatial dynamics of parapoxvirus disease in red and grey squirrels: a possible cause of the decline in the red squirrel in the United Kingdom? Journal of Applied Ecology 37: 997-1012. (JA)
  • Sainsbury, A.W., Nettleton, P., Gilray, J. & Gurnell, J. (2000) Grey squirrels have high seroprevalence to a parapoxvirus associated with deaths in red squirrels. Animal Conservation 3: 229-233. (JA)
  • Wauters, L.A., Lurz, P.W.W. & Gurnell, J (2000) The effects of interspecific competition by grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) on the space use and population dynamics of red squirrels (S. vulgaris) in conifer plantations. Ecological Research 15: 271-284. (JA)
  • Barratt, E.M., Gurnell, J., Malarky, G. Deaville, R. & Bruford, M.W. (1999) Genetic structure of fragmented populations of red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in Britain. Molecular Ecology 8: S55-S63. (JA)
  • David-Gray, Z.K., Gurnell, J. & Hunt, D.M. (1999) DNA fingerprinting reveals high levels of genetic diversity in British populations of the introduced non-native grey squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis. Journal of Zoology, London 246: 443-486. (JA)
  • David-Gray, Z.K., Gurnell, J. & Hunt, D.M. (1999) Estimating the relatedness in a population of grey squirrels, Sciurus carolinensis, using DNA fingerprinting. Acta theriologica 44: 243-251. (JA)
  • Garvish, L. and Gurnell, J. (1999) Sciurus anomalus. In The Atlas of European Mammals. Mitchell-Jones, A.J., Amori, G., Bogdanowicz, W., Krystufek, B., Reijnders, P.J.H., Spitzenberger. F., Stubbe, M., Thissen, J.B.M., Vohohralik, V. & Zima, J. (Eds.) pp. 176-177. Academic Press, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1999) Grey squirrels in woodlands: managing grey squirrels to prevent woodland damage. Enact 7: 10-14. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1999) Managing red squirrels to prevent woodland damage. In 3rd NPI Red Alert UK Forum for Red Squirrel Conservation (Ed. L Collins) pp. 10-18. SNH Scotland. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. and Wauters, L. (1999) Sciurus vulgaris. In The Atlas of European Mammals. Mitchell-Jones, A.J., Amori, G., Bogdanowicz, W., Krystufek, B., Reijnders, P.J.H., Spitzenberger. F., Stubbe, M., Thissen, J.B.M., Vohohralik, V. & Zima, J. (Eds.) pp. 180-181. Academic Press, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. and Wauters, L. (1999) Callosciurus erythraeus. In The Atlas of European Mammals. Mitchell-Jones, A.J., Amori, G., Bogdanowicz, W., Krystufek, B., Reijnders, P.J.H., Spitzenberger. F., Stubbe, M., Thissen, J.B.M., Vohohralik, V. & Zima, J. (Eds.) pp. 182-183. Academic Press, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. and Wauters, L. (1999) Sciurus carolinensis. In The Atlas of European Mammals. Mitchell-Jones, A.J., Amori, G., Bogdanowicz, W., Krystufek, B., Reijnders, P.J.H., Spitzenberger. F., Stubbe, M., Thissen, J.B.M., Vohohralik, V. & Zima, J. (Eds.) pp. 178-179. Academic Press, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J., Nettleton, P. & Sainsbury, T. (1999) The conservation of red squirrel in Britain: problems of disease. In 3rd NPI Red Alert UK Forum for Red Squirrel Conservation (Eds. L Collins & M. Cooper) pp. 99-100. SNH Scotland. (OP)
  • Mathias, M.L. & Gurnell, J. (1999) Status and conservation of the red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris L) in Portugal. Hystrix 10: 13-19. (JA)
  • Wauters, L.A. & Gurnell, J. (1999) The mechanism of replacement of red squirrels by grey squirrels: a test of the interference competition hypothesis. Ethology 105: 1053-1071. (JA)
  • Dagnall, J., Pepper, H. & Gurnell, J. (1998) Bark removal damage by grey squirrels in Britain – a review. In Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Tree Squirrels (eds. M.A.Steele, J.F. Merritt & D.A. Zegers) Special Publication, Virginia Museum of Natural History 6: 249-259. (RS)
  • David-Gray, Z.K., Hunt, D.M. & Gurnell, J. (1998) The use of DNA fingerprinting in determining the mating system and reproductive success in a population of the introduced grey squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis, in sothern England. In Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Tree Squirrels (eds. M.A.Steele, J.F. Merritt & D.A. Zegers) Special Publication, Virginia Museum of Natural History 6: 43-52. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. & Pepper, H. (1998) Grey squirrel control and damage to broadleaf woodland in England. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 92:117-124. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Venning, T. (1998) An ecological study at conserving the British red squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris. In Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Tree Squirrels (eds. M.A.Steele, J.F. Merritt & D.A. Zegers) Special Publication, Virginia Museum of Natural History 6: 233-237. (RS)
  • Sainsbury, A.W.W. & Gurnell, J. (1998) The health of red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris in translocation studies. 1998 Proceedings of the AAZV and AAWV Joint Conference p 416. (RS)
  • Barratt, E., Bruford, M.W. & Gurnell, J. (1997) Genetic structure of fragmented populations of red squirrels in Britain. In The conservation of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris L. (eds. J. Gurnell, J. & P.W.W. Lurz) pp. 61-66. PTES, London. (RS)
  • Bishop, R., Gurnell, J. Laakkonen, J., Whitwell, K. & Peters, S. (1997) Detection of Pneumocystis DNA in the lungs of several species of wild mammal. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 44: . (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1997) Squirrel responses to variations in their natural food supplies. Säugetierkundliche Informationen Heft 21: (OP)
  • Gurnell, J., Clark , M. & Feaver, J. (1997) An operational GIS habitat model for red squirrel conversation management. In The conservation of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris L. (eds. J. Gurnell, & P.W.W. Lurz) pp. 153-159. PTES, London. (RS)
  • Lurz, P.W.W. & Gurnell, J. (1997) Food supplementation and squirrel behaviour and ecology. Säugetierkundliche Informationen Heft 21: (OP)
  • Magris, L., Gurnell, J. & Morris, P. (1997) The impact of humans on red squirrel ecology on the island of Jersey. In The conservation of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris L. (eds. J. Gurnell, & P.W.W. Lurz) pp. 49-59. PTES, London. (RS)
  • Sainsbury, A.W. & Gurnell, J. (1997) Disease risks associated with the translocation of squirrels, Sciuridae, in Europe. The Journal of the British Veterinary Zoological Society 2: 5-8. (JA)
  • Sainsbury, A.W., Nettleton, P. & Gurnell, J. (1997) Recent developments in the study of parapoxvirus. In The conservation of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris L. (eds. J. Gurnell, & P.W.W. Lurz) pp. 105-108. PTES, London. (RS)
  • Smith, D. & Gurnell, J. (1997) The ecology of grey squirrels in conifer forests: population ecology and feeding. In The conservation of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris L. (eds. J. Gurnell, & P.W.W. Lurz) pp. 109-119. PTES, London. (RS)
  • Wauters, L.A., Currado, I., Mazzoglio, P.G. & Gurnell, J. (1997) Replacement of red squirrels by introduced grey squirrels in Italy: evidence from a distribution survey. In The conservation of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris L. (eds. J. Gurnell, & P.W.W. Lurz) pp. 79-88. PTES, London.Venning, T., Sainsbury, A.W. & Gurnell, J. (1997) An experimental study on translocating red squirrels to Thetford Forest. In The conservation of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris L. (eds. J. Gurnell, & P.W.W. Lurz) pp. 133-143. PTES, London. (RS)
  • Wauters, L.A., Gurnell, J., Currado, I. & Mazoglio, P.J. (1997) Grey squirrel management in Italy – squirrel distribution in a highly fragmented landscape. Wildlife Biology 3: 117-124. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Anderson, M. (1996) Evolutionary links between squirrels and conifer seed phenology in high latitude forests. In European Mammals.. pp. 237-249. Mathias, M.L., Santos-Reis, M., Amori, G., Libois, R., Mitchell-Jones, A., Saint-Girons, M.C. (Eds.) Museu Bocage, Lisboa, Portugal. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. (1996) Conserving the red squirrel. In Thetford Forest Park: the ecology of a pine forest. (Eds. P. Ratcliffe & J. Claridge). pp. 132-140. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. (1996) The effects of food availability and winter weather on the dynamics of a grey squirrel population in southern England. Journal of Applied Ecology 33: 325-338. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1996) The grey squirrel in Britain: problems for management and lessons for Europe. In European Mammals.. pp. 67-81. Mathias, M.L., Santos-Reis, M., Amori, G., Libois, R., Mitchell-Jones, A., Saint-Girons, M.C. (Eds.) Museu Bocage, Lisboa, Portugal. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J., Clark, M.J. & Feaver, J. (1996) Red squirrels in Thetford Forest: habitat modelling for better forestry. Mapping Awareness. 10: 36-38. (JA)
  • Dagnall, J.L., Duckett, J.G. & Gurnell, J. (1995) A simple negative staining technique for the identification of mammal hairs. Journal of Zoology, London 237: 670-675. (JA)
  • Dagnall, J., Pepper, H. & Gurnell, J. (1995). Bark removal damage by grey squirrels in Britain – a review. In Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Tree Squirrels. M. Steele, J. Merritt and D. Zegers (Eds.) Martinsville, VA, USA: Virginia Museum of Natural History: 249-259. (RS)
  • Gill, R.M.A., Gurnell, J. & Trout, R.C. (1995) Do woodland mammals threaten the development of new woods. In The ecology of woodland creation, Ferris-Kaan, R. (Ed.) pp. 201-224. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., London. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. (1995) (Ed.) Second European Congress of Mammalogy Abstract Book. Southampton, England. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1995) Save our red squirrels. Lifewatch, Summer, pp.12-13. (OP)
  • Sainsbury, A. & Gurnell, J. (1995) An investigation into the health and welfare of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris, involved in reintroduction studies. The Veterinary Record 137: 367-370. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Pepper, H. (1994) Red squirrel conservation: field study methods. Forestry Authority Research Information Note No. 255. Forestry Authority, Alice Holt, Farnham. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. & Venning, T. (1994) The food of pine martens (Martes martes) in West Scotland. Journal of Zoology, London 234: 680-683. (JA)
  • Peters, S., English, K., Gurnell, J. & Laakkonen, J. (1994) DNA analysis of Pneumocystis carinii infecting Finnish and English shrews. Journal of Eukaryote Microbiology 41:108S. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Pepper, H. (1993) A critical look at conserving the British red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris. Mammal Review 23: 125-136. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1993) Is the red squirrel an endangered species? Transactions Suffolk Naturalists’ Society 29:128-130. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1993) Tree seed production and food conditions for rodents in an oak wood in southern England. Forestry 66:291-315. (JA)
  • Gilloux, I., Gurnell, J. & Shepherdson, D. (1992) An enrichment device for great apes. Animal Welfare 1: 279-289. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Little, J. (1992) The effects of trap residual odour on catching woodland rodents. Animal Behaviour 43:623-632. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J., Hicks, M. & S. Whitbread (1992) Effects of coppice management on small mammals. In The ecological effects of coppice management. Buckley, P. (Ed.). pp. 213-232. Chapman & Hall. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. & Pepper, H. (1991) Conserving the red squirrel. Research Information Note No. 205. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1991) Red and grey squirrels at Thetford Forest. Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 1990: 157-159. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1991) The grey squirrel. In The Handbook of British Mammals. Corbet, G. and Harris, S. (Eds.) pp. 186-191. Blackwell, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1991) The red squirrel. In The Handbook of British Mammals. Corbet, G. and Harris, S. (Eds.) pp. 177-186. Blackwell, London. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1991) The red squirrel: an endangered species. Conservation Matters: Southern Water Conservation News. (OP)
  • Mayle, B.A. & Gurnell, J. (1991) Edge management and mammals. In Edge Management in Woodlands. R. Ferris Kaan (Ed.). pp. 42-48. F.C. Occasional Paper No. 28. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. & Gipps, J.H.W. (1989) Inter trap movement and estimating rodent densities. Journal of Zoology, London 217: 241 254. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1989) Demographic implications for the control of grey squirrels. In Mammals as Pests, R. Putman (Ed.). pp. 131-143. Croom Helm, London. (RS)
  • Little, J & Gurnell, J. (1989) Shrew captures and rodent field studies. Journal of Zoology, London 218: 329 331. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Pepper, H. (1988) Perspectives on the management of red and grey squirrels. In Wildlife Management in Forests, Jardine, D.C. (Ed.), pp. 92 109, ICF, Edinburgh.Montgomery, W.I. & Gurnell, J. (1985). The behaviour of wood mice. Symposium of the Zoological Society of London No.55::89 115. (RS)
  • Gipps, J. Alibhai, Gurnell, J. & Krebs, C (1986) A plague of voles: the search for a cure. New Scientist 1516:48 51. (JA)
  • Gipps, J.H.W., Flynn, M.P., Gurnell, J. & Healing, T.D. (1985). The spring decline in populations of the bank vole, Clethrionomys glareolus, and the role of female density. Journal of Animal Ecology 54: 351 358. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1985) Woodland rodent communities. Symposium of the Zoological Society of London No.55: 377 411. (RS)
  • Gurnell, J. & Knee, C.I. (1984) Determining the age of wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus. Folia Zoologica 33:339 348. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1984) Home range, territoriality, caching behaviour and food supply of the red squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus fremonti in a subalpine Lodgepole pine forest. Animal Behaviour 32:1119 1131. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Langbein, J. (1983) The effects of trap position on the capture of woodland rodents. Journal of Zoology, London 200: 289 292. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. & Rennolls, K. (1983) Growth in field and laboratory populations of wood mice (Apodemus sylvaticus). Journal of Zoology, London 200:355 365. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1983) Squirrel numbers and the abundance of tree seeds. Mammal Review 13: 133 148. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1982) Trap deaths in woodland rodents. Acta theriologica 27: 139 147. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1982) Trap response in woodland rodents. Acta theriologica 27: 123 137. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1983) Introduction to the symposium on the biology of squirrels. Mammal Review 13: 55 56. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1981) Woodland rodents and tree seed supplies. In Worldwide Furbearer Conference Proceedings, eds. J.A. Chapman & D. Pursley, pp. 1191 1214, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Falls Chard, Virginia, U.S.A. (RS)
  • Taylor, K.D., Quy, R.J. & Gurnell, J. (1981) Comparison of three methods for estimating numbers of common rats (Rattus norvegicus). Mammalia 45: 403 413. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1980) The effects of prebaiting live traps on catching woodland rodents. Acta theriologica 25: 255 264. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1979) Tracking down woodland mice. Country Life September 27, 1979. (OP)
  • Gurnell, J. (1978) Observations on trap response in confined populations of wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus. Journal of Zoology, London. 185:279 287. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1978) Seasonal changes in numbers and male behavioural interaction in a population of wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus. Journal of Animal Ecology 47: 741 755. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1978) Studies on the reaction of wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus, to the normal treadle and a modified treadle in the Longworth trap. Journal of the Zoology, London 186: 539 547. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1977) Neutral cage behavioural interaction in wild wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus (Linne, 1758). Saugetierekundeliche Mitteilungen 25: 57 66. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1976) Studies on the effects of bait and sampling intensity on trapping and estimating wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus. Journal of Zoology, London. 178: 91 105. (JA)
  • Gurnell, J. (1975) Notes on the activity of wild wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus, in artificial enclosures. Journal of London 175:219 229. (JA)
  • Perrin, M.R. & Gurnell, J. (1971) Rats on Lundy. A report 1971. Lundy Field Society, 22nd Annual Report: 35 40. (OP)