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01_Villaseñor_Urbanization_impacts_on_2014.pdf.jpg

Urbanization impacts on mammals across urban-forest edges and a predictive model of edge effects

Author(s)Villasenor, Nelida; Driscoll, Don; Escobar, Martín A. H.; Gibbons, Philip; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published8-May-2014
Date Created-

Reptiles and frogs use most land cover types as habitat in a fine-grained agricultural landscape

Author(s)Pulsford, Stephanie; Barton, Philip; Driscoll, D.A.; Kay, Geoffrey; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2018
Date Created-
2018 From unburnt to salvage logged - JApplEcol ACC MS.pdf.jpg

From unburnt to salvage logged: Quantifying bird responses to different levels of disturbance severity

Author(s)Lindenmayer, David B; McBurney, Lachlan; Blair, David; Wood, Jeff; Banks, Samuel C
TypeJournal article
Date Published2018
Date Created-
01 Pierson J C et al Relationship between effective 2018.pdf.jpg

Relationship between effective and demographic population size in continuously distributed populations

Author(s)Pierson, Jennifer C; Graves, Tabitha A; Banks, Samuel; Kendall, Katherine C; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date PublishedAug-2018
Date Created-

Old growth, regrowth, and planted woodland provide complementary habitat for threatened woodland birds on farms

Author(s)Ikin, Karen; Tulloch, Ayesha I.T.; Ansell, Dean; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2018
Date Created-
2018 Ten lessons in 20 years - EMR ACC MS.pdf.jpg

Ten lessons in 20 years: Insights from monitoring fauna and temperate woodland revegetation

Author(s)Michael, Damian; Crane, Mason; Florance, Dan; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published15-Mar-2018
Date Created-
Where there is fire - Science ACC MS.pdf.jpg

Where there is fire, there is smoke

Author(s)Lindenmayer, David B; Taylor, Chris
TypeJournal article
Date Published27-Jul-2018
Date Created-

Biodiversity responds to increasing climatic extremes in a biome-specific manner

Author(s)Greenville, Aaron C; Burns, Emma; Dickman, Chris R.; Keith, David; Lindenmayer, David B; Morgan, John W; Heinze, Dean; Mansergh, Ian; Gillespie, Graeme R; Einoder, Luke; Fisher, Alaric; Russell-Smith, Jeremy
TypeJournal article
Date Published2018
Date Created-

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