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Dr Philip Stott
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QualificationsBVSc (Melb) 1971, DipEd (Adel) 1978, MSc (Adel) 1988, PhD (Bristol) 2004
Teaching InterestsAnimal health; wildlife ecology and management of vertebrate animal species ranging from endangered species through exploited populations to pest species.
Research InterestsWildlife ecology and management. Species of interest in the present and past are European hares, European rabbits, tammar wallabies, red foxes, eastern long-necked tortoises, and the Philippines tarsier. Aspects of interest are home range, habitat associations, demography, growth, diet, environmental adaptations, and diseases including nematode parasites.
Chen, T.Y., Stott, P., Bouwman, E.G. and Langendijk, P. Undernutrition during early follicle development has irreversible effects on ovulation rate and embryos. Accepted on 7th February 2012 for publication in the journal Reproduction, Fertility and Development.
Yu, B., Stott, P., Di, X.Y., and Yu, H. Assessment of land cover changes and their effect on soil organic carbon and soil total nitrogen in Daqing Prefecture, China. Submitted to the journal Land Degradation and Development on 25th November 2011
Athorn, R.Z., Stott, P., Bouwman, E.G., Chen, T.Y., Kennaway, D.J., and Langendijk, P. Effect of feeding level on luteal function and progesterone concentration in the vena cava during early pregnancy in gilts. Submitted to the journal Reproduction, Fertility and Development on 25th November 2011
Murphy, T., Cargill, C. and Stott, P. Pig-shed air polluted by alpha haemolytic cocci and ammonia causes subclinical disease and production losses. Submitted to the journal Veterinary Record on 2nd October 2011
Banhazi, T., Stott, P., Rutley, D., Blanes-Vidal, V., and Pitchford, W. (2011). Air exchanges and indoor carbon dioxide concentration in Australian pig buildings: effect of housing and management factors. Biosystems Engineering 110, 272-279.
Athorn, R.Z., Stott, P., Bouwman, E.G., Ashman, R., O’Leary, S., Nottle, M., and. Langendijk, P. (2011). Direct ovarian-uterine transfer of progesterone increases embryo survival in gilts. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 23, 921-928.
Stott, P., Jennings, N., and Harris, S. (2010). Is the large size of the pinna of the ear of the European hare (Lepus europaeus) due to its role in thermoregulation, or in anterior capital shock absorption? Journal of Morphology 271, 674-681.
Jiang, G., Ma, J., Zhang, M., and Stott, P. (2010). Multi-scale selection of winter foraging habitat and interactions by sympatric cervids. Journal of Wildlife Management 74, 678-689 DOI: 10.2193/2009-214.
Bartlett, A., Pain, S.J., Hughes, P.E., Stott, P., and van Wettere, W.H.E.J. (2009). The effects of PG600 and boar exposure on oestrus detection and potential litter size following mating at either the hormonally-induced (pubertal) or second oestrus. Animal Reproduction Science 114, 219-227.
Jiang, G., Ma, J., Zhang, M., and Stott, P. (2009). Assessing Microhabitat Use by Roe Deer and Moose in northeastern China. Wildlife Research 36, 134-142.
Jiang, G., Ma, J., Zhang, M., and Stott, P. (2009). Effects of human activities on spatial distribution of roe deer in northwestern slope of Lesser Khingan Mountains, northeastern China. Acta Theriologica 54(1), 61-76. ).
Jiang, G., Ma, J., Zhang, M., and Stott, P. (2009). Multiple spatial scale resource selection function models in relation to human disturbance for moose in northeastern China. Ecological Research 24: 423-440. ).
Stott, P., O’Callaghan, M., Phillips, P. and Verbyla, A. (2009). The experimental establishment of ruminant nematodes in European hares (Lepus europaeus). Veterinary Parasitology 159, 82-85.
van Wettere, W., Pain, S., Stott, P. and Hughes, P. (2008). Mixing gilts in early pregnancy does not affect embryo survival. Animal Reproduction Science 104, 382-388.
Stott, P. (2008). “Comparisons of digestive function between the European hare (Lepus europaeus) and the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus): mastication, gut passage, and digestibility”. Mammalian Biology 73 (4), 276-286.
Stott, P. and Harris, S. (2006). “Demographics of the European hare (Lepus europaeus) in the Mediterranean climate zone of Australia”. Mammalian Biology 71, 214-226.
Stott, P. and Wight, N. (2004). “Female reproductive tract abnormalities in European hares (Lepus europaeus) in Australia”. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 40, 695-702.
Stott, P. (2003). “Use of space by sympatric European hares (Lepus europaeus) and European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in Australia”. Mammalian Biology 68, 317-327.
Neri-Arboleda, I., Stott, P., and Arboleda, N. (2002). “Home ranges, spatial movements and habitat associations of the Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta) in Corella, Bohol”. Journal of Zoology, London 257, 387-402.
Adkins, C. and Stott, P. (1998) “Home ranges, movements, and habitat associations of Red Foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in suburban Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.” Journal of Zoology, London 244, 335-346.
Stott, P. (1996). “Ground-penetrating radar : a technique for investigating the burrow structure of fossorial vertebrates”. Wildlife Research, 23: 519-530.
Stott, P. (1994). “Climate change and its implications for terrestrial fauna”. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 118: 59-68.
Stott, P. (1988). “The use of growth rings to determine age in the freshwater tortoise Chelodina longicollis: a cautionary note”. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 112: 179-180.
Stott, P. (1987). “Terrestrial movements of the freshwater tortoise Chelodina longicollis Shaw as monitored using a spool tracking device.” Australian Wildlife Research, 14, 559-567.
Stott, P. (1994). Climate change and its implications for terrestrial fauna. IN Davies, M. (ed.) Climate change and its implications for South Australia. Royal Society of South Australia, Adelaide.
Jarman, P.J. and Stott, P.G. (2005). Brown hare Lepus europaeus. Pp. 706-707 IN Van Dyke, S. Mammals of Australia. Reed New Holland, Sydney.
Stott, P. Fertility and infertility in the European hare in Australia (in press). IN Alves, P.C. and HacklÃ¤nder, K. Biology of Lagomorphs. Evolution, Ecology and Conservation. Springer.
Past member of the governing Councils of Roseworthy Agricultural College (1984 - 1988), the Australian Veterinary Association (1987 - 1990), and The University of Adelaide (1988 - 1997). South Australian state president of the Australian Veterinary Association (1989; 2011-2012). Member of numerous committees of these organisations over the years.
Associate Dean, External Relations, Faculty of Agricultural and Natural Resources Sciences, University of Adelaide (1996 - 2001); Inaugural Program Leader, Bachelor of Science (Animal Science) (2003 - 2006), Program Coordinator (2012).
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