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Are protected areas maintaining bird diversity?

Author(s)Rayner, Laura; Wood, Jeffrey; Gibbons, Philip, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
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Avifauna and urban encroachment in time and space

Author(s)Rayner, Laura; Ikin, Karen; Evans, Maldwyn J., et al
TypeJournal article
Date PublishedApr-2015
Date Created-

Cities are hotspots for threatened species

Author(s)Ives, Christopher D.; Lentini, Pia E.; Threlfall, Caragh, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2016
Date Created-

Double sampling to assess the accuracy of ground-based surveys of tree hollows in eucalypt woodlands

Author(s)Rayner, Laura; Ellis, Murray; Taylor, Jennifer E.
TypeJournal article
Date Published2011
Date Created-

Evaluating empirical evidence for decline in temperate woodland birds: A nationally threatened assemblage of species

Author(s)Rayner, Laura; Gibbons, Philip; Manning, Adrian, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
Date Created-

Growth, recruitment and attrition of Eucalyptus tree species in semi-arid temperate woodland

Author(s)Taylor, Jennifer E.; Ellis, Murray; Rayner, Laura
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
Date Created-

Hollow occurrence and abundance varies with tree characteristics and among species in temperate woodland Eucalyptus

Author(s)Rayner, Laura; Ellis, Murray; Taylor, Jennifer E.
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
Date Created-
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Key lessons for achieving biodiversity-sensitive cities and towns

Author(s)Stagoll (Ikin), Karen; Le Roux, Darren; Rayner, Laura, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2015
Date Created-
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