PhD Env Biology & Ecology
Latham ADM, Latham MC, Warburton B 2016. Review of current and future predicted distributions and impacts of Bennett's and dama wallabies in mainland New Zealand: final report. MPI Technical Paper No: 2016/15. Ministry for Primary Industries. 43 p. https://www.mpi.govt.nz/document-vault/11764
Latham D, Warburton B 2014. Understanding dispersal and dispersion of wild ungulates for their better management. Kararehe Kino - Vertebrate Pest Research 23: 19–20.
Fisher P, Latham D 2013. Improving baiting for rabbit control and minimising risks to non-target animals. Kararehe Kino - Vertebrate Pest Research 22: 11.
Latham ADM, Latham MC, Knopff KH, Hebblewhite M, Boutin S 2012. Wolves, deer, and beaver: implications of prey enrichment and seasonal prey switching for woodland caribou declines. Proceedings: 14th North American Caribou Workshop, Fort St John, British Columbia, Canada, 24-28 September 2012. http://nacw2012.ca/images/files/NACW2012-WorkshopBinder_Final.pdf
Latham ADM, Warburton B, Nugent G 2012. Strategic aerial application of baits provides economic and environmental benefits. Proceedings: IVth International Wildlife Management Congress, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 9-12 July 2012. http://iwmc2012.org/content/programme
Latham ADM, Latham MC, Boyce MS, Boutin S 2012. The influence of prey enrichment and industrial development on woodland caribou population declines. Proceedings: IVth International Wildlife Management Congress, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 9-12 July 2012. http://iwmc2012.org/content/programme
Latham D, Latham C 2011. Coyotes invade woodland caribou range. Kararehe Kino 19: 6-7.
Warburton B, Latham D, Nugent G, Smith J, Fisher P 2011. Rabbits on the increase. Kararehe kino 18: 18-19.