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The nature and role of experiential knowledge for environmental conservation

Author(s)Fazey, Ioan; Fazey, John A; Salisbury, Janet G; Dovers, Stephen; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2006
Date Created-

Edge Effects

Author(s)Fischer, Joern; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2007
Date Created-

Marine reserves with ecological uncertainty

Author(s)Kompas, Thomas; Grafton, Quentin; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2005
Date Created-

General management principles and a checklist of strategies to guide forest biodiversity conservation

Author(s)Franklin, J F; Fischer, Joern; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2006
Date Created-

Re-evaluation of forest biomass carbon stocks and lessons from the world's most carbon-dense forests

Author(s)Keith, Heather; Mackey, Brendan; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Do observer differences in bird detection affect inferences from large-scale ecological studies?

Author(s)Wood, Jeffrey; MacGregor, Chris; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Indigenous Land and Sea Management

Author(s)Altman, Jon; Jackson, Sue; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2014
Date Created-

Biomass and floristic patterns in the ground layer vegetation of box-gum grassy eucalypt woodland in Goorooyarroo and Mulligans Flat Nature Reserves, Australian Capital Territory

Author(s)McIntyre, Sue; Stol, Jacqui; Harvey, Judith; Nicholls, A O; Campbell, M.; Reid, A.; Manning, Adrian; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2010
Date Created-
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Limited influence of stream networks on the terrestrial movements of three wetland-dependent frog species

Author(s)Westgate, Martin; Driscoll, Don; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2012
Date Created-

A major shift to the retention approach for forestry can help resolve some global forest sustainability issues

Author(s)Franklin, J F; Lohmus, A.; Baker, Simon; Bauhus, Juergen; Beese, W.; Brodie, A.; Kiehl, B.; Kouki, J.; Martinez Pastur, G.; Messier, Christian; Neyland, M.; Palik, B.; Sverdrup-Thygeson, A.; Volney, J.; Wayne, A.; Gustafsson, Lena; Lindenmayer, David B
TypeJournal article
Date Published2012
Date Created-

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