Dr Elizabeth Chadwick - PhD
Walker LA, Lawlor AJ, Chadwick EA, Potter E, Pereira, MG & Shore RF (2010). Inorganic elements in the livers of Eurasian otters, Lutra lutra, from England and Wales in 2007 & 2008: a Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme (PBMS) report. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Lancaster, UK.
Sherrard Smith E and Chadwick EA (2010) Age structure of the otter (Lutra lutra) population in England and Wales, and problems with cementum ageing. IUCN Otter Specialist Bulletin, 27 (1), 42-49.
Chadwick EA and Sherrard Smith E (2010) Pregnancy among otters (Lutra lutra) found dead in England and Wales: foetal development and lack of seasonality. IUCN Otter Specialist Bulletin, 27 (1), 33-41.
Chadwick EA (2009) Making the best of otter deaths. Mammal News, Autumn 2009.
Sherrard-Smith E, Cable J, Chadwick EA (2009) Distribution of Eurasian otter biliary parasites Pseudamphistomum truncatum and Metorchis albidus (Family Opistorchiidae), in England and Wales. Parasitology, 136, 1015-1022.
Grant RA, Chadwick EA and Halliday T (2009) The lunar cycle: a cue for amphibian reproductive phenology? Animal Behaviour, 78 (2), 349-357
Parry RJ and Chadwick EA (2009) Roads and otters in the UK. In Practice: Bulletin of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, 63, 17-21
Stanton DWG, Hobbs GI, Chadwick EA, Slater FM and Bruford MW (2009) Mitochondrial genetic diversity and structure of the European otter (Lutra lutra) in Britain. Conservation Genetics, 10 (3) 733-737.
Chadwick EA (2008) Otters – Ecology, behaviour and conservation. Book review in Freshwater Biology. 53 (9) 1914-1915.
Hobbs G, Chadwick EA, Slater F M and Bruford M (2006) Landscape genetics applied to a recovering otter (Lutra lutra) population in the UK: preliminary results and potential methodologies. Hystrix - Italian Journal of Mammalogy 17 (1) 47-63.
Chadwick EA, Slater FM and Ormerod SJ (2006) Inter and intra-specific differences in climatically mediated phenological change in coexisting Triturus populations. Global Change Biology, 12 (6), 1069-1078.
Chadwick E A and Slater F M (2005) A population of skinks (Mabuya spp.) and the gecko Hemidactylus bouvieri boavistensis behind coastal dunes on Boa Vista, Cape Verde Islands. Herpetological Bulletin 92 14-18.