Ruth F. Carden
Ruth F. Carden
Research Scientist, Sch. of Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland
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Genetic structure of, and hybridisation between, red (Cervus elaphus) and sika (Cervus nippon) deer in Ireland
AD McDevitt, CJ Edwards, P O’Toole, P O’Sullivan, C O’Reilly, RF Carden
Mammalian Biology 74 (4), 263-273, 2009
Phylogeographic, ancient DNA, fossil and morphometric analyses reveal ancient and modern introductions of a large mammal: the complex case of red deer (Cervus elaphus) in Ireland
RF Carden, AD McDevitt, FE Zachos, PC Woodman, P O’Toole, H Rose, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 42, 74-84, 2012
Molecular phylogeny of the extinct giant deer, Megaloceros giganteus
S Hughes, TJ Hayden, CJ Douady, C Tougard, M Germonpré, A Stuart, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 40 (1), 285-291, 2006
Distribution and range expansion of deer in Ireland
RF Carden, CM Carlin, F Marnell, D Mcelholm, J Hetherington, ...
Mammal Review 41 (4), 313-325, 2011
First evidence of a Late Upper Palaeolithic human presence in Ireland
M Dowd, RF Carden
Quaternary science reviews 139, 158-163, 2016
New evidence for the establishment and management of the European fallow deer (Dama dama dama) in Roman Britain
NJ Sykes, KH Baker, RF Carden, TFG Higham, AR Hoelzel, RE Stevens
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (1), 156-165, 2011
Changes in the size and shape of fallow deer—evidence for the movement and management of a species
N Sykes, RF Carden, K Harris
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 23 (1), 55-68, 2013
A survey of the hybridisation status of Cervus deer species on the island of Ireland
SL Smith, RF Carden, B Coad, T Birkitt, JM Pemberton
Conservation Genetics 15 (4), 823-835, 2014
Epiphyseal fusion in the postcranial skeleton as an indicator of age at death of European fallow deer (Dama dama dama, Linnaeus, 1758)
RF Carden, TJ Hayden, D Ruscillo
Recent advances in ageing and sexing animal bones, 227-236, 2006
Dead or alive? Investigating long-distance transport of live fallow deer and their body parts in antiquity
H Miller, RF Carden, J Evans, A Lamb, R Madgwick, D Osborne, ...
Environmental Archaeology 21 (3), 246-259, 2016
Were Fallow Deer Spotted (OE *pohha/*pocca) in Anglo-Saxon England? Reviewing the Evidence for Dama dama dama in Early Medieval Europe
N Sykes, RF Carden
Medieval Archaeology 55 (1), 139-162, 2011
Wild to domestic and back again: the dynamics of fallow deer management in medieval England (c. 11th-16th century AD)
N Sykes, G Ayton, F Bowen, K Baker, P Baker, RF Carden, C Dicken, ...
STAR: Science & Technology of Archaeological Research 2 (1), 113-126, 2016
A survey of free-ranging deer in Ireland for serological evidence of exposure to bovine viral diarrhoea virus, bovine herpes virus-1, bluetongue virus and Schmallenberg virus
DA Graham, C Gallagher, RF Carden, JM Lozano, J Moriarty, R O’Neill
Irish veterinary journal 70 (1), 1-11, 2017
Dama Dentition: A New Tooth Eruption and Wear Method for Assessing the Age of Fallow Deer (Dama dama)
F Bowen, RF Carden, J Daujat, S Grouard, H Miller, S Perdikaris, N Sykes
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 26 (6), 1089-1098, 2016
Both introduced and extinct: the fallow deer of Roman Mallorca
A Valenzuela, K Baker, RF Carden, J Evans, T Higham, AR Hoelzel, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 9, 168-177, 2016
Deer and forestry in Ireland: A review of current status and management requirements
P Purser, F Wilson, R Carden
Woodlands of Ireland, 2009
Are wild boars roaming Ireland once more?
AD McDevitt, RF Carden, I Coscia, AC Frantz
European journal of wildlife research 59 (5), 761-764, 2013
The origins of Great Spotted Woodpeckers Dendrocopos major colonizing Ireland revealed by mitochondrial DNA
AD Mcdevitt, Ł Kajtoch, TD Mazgajski, RF Carden, I Coscia, C Osthoff, ...
Bird Study 58 (3), 361-364, 2011
Deer and people
K Baker, R Madgwick, R Carden
Deer and People, 1-248, 2014
Putting flesh on bones: the life and death of the giant Irish deer (Megaloceros giganteus, Blumenbach 1803)
RF Carden
University College Dublin, 2006
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