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Enticott G, Ward K, Ashton A, Brunton L & Broughan J 2021 ‘Mapping the geography of disease: A comparison of epidemiologists’ and field-level experts’ disease maps’ Applied Geography 126, 102356-102356
Clancy C & Ward K 2020 ‘Auto-rewilding in post-industrial cities: the case of inland cormorants in urban Britain’ Conservation and Society
Ward K & Prior J 2020 ‘The Reintroduction of Beavers to Scotland: Rewilding, Biopolitics, and the Affordance of Non-human Autonomy’ Conservation and Society
Wynne-Jones S, Clancy C, Holmes G, O’Mahony K & Ward K 2020 ‘Feral Political Ecologies?: The Biopolitics, Temporalities and Spatialities of Rewilding’ Conservation and Society 18, (2) 71-71
Enticott G & Ward K 2019 ‘Mapping Careful Epidemiology: Spatialities, Materialities and Subjectivities in the Management of Animal Disease’ The Geographical Journal
Ward K 2019 ‘For Wilderness or Wildness? Decolonising Rewilding’ Rewilding 34-54
Broughan JM, Maye D, Carmody P, Brunton LA, Ashton A, Wint W, Alexander N, Naylor R, Ward K & Goodchild AV 2016 ‘Farm characteristics and farmer perceptions associated with bovine tuberculosis incidents in areas of emerging endemic spread’ Preventive Veterinary Medicine 129, 88-98
Prior J and Ward K.J (2016) Rethinking rewilding: A response to Jørgensen. Geoforum 69: 132-135.
Enticott, G., Maye., D., Carmody,. P., Naylor, R., Ward, K. J., Hinchliffe, S., Wint, W., Alexander, N., Eglin, R., Aston, A., Upton, P., Nicholson, R., Goodchild, T., Brunton, L., and Broughton J. (2015). Farming on the Edge: farmer attitudes to bovine Tuberculosis in newly endemic areas. Veterinary Record 177(17), article number: 439.
Brunton, L., Nicholson, R., Ashton, A., Alexander, N., Wint, W., Enticott, G., Ward KJ., Brougham J., Goodchild, A,V. (2015). A Novel Approach to Mapping and Calculating the Rate of Spread of Endemic Bovine Tuberculosis in England and Wales. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology, 13, 41-50.
Ward, K. J. (2015). Geographies of Exclusion: seaside towns and Houses in Multiple Occupancy. Journal of Rural Studies, 37, 98-107.
Hinchliffe, S., & Ward, K. J. (2014). Geographies of folded life: How immunity reframes biosecurity. Geoforum, 53, 136-144.
Ward, K. J. (2014). Biosocial Becomings: Integrating Social and Biological Anthropology. Ingold, Tim and Gisli Palsson (eds). Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. http://societyandspace.com/reviews/reviews-archive/ingold/
Enticott G and Ward KJ (2014) Evaluation of the Cymorth TB Project. Welsh Government.
Vasey H and Ward KJ (2010) Evaluation of the CARD-PORCH project. Final Report. Exeter Community Initiatives.