Publications

Below are a list of key publications for members of the CBCS.  All publications for all authors can be seen at UQ eSpace. Photo by Jaana Dielenberg


2020

Matthew AdamsSisson, Scott A.Helmstedt, Kate J.Baker, Christopher M.Michaela PleinHolden, MatthewHolloway, JacintaMengersen, Kerrie L. and McDonald-Madden, Eve (2020)Informing management decisions for ecological networks, using dynamic models calibrated to noisy time-series dataEcology Letters23 4: 607-619.doi:10.1111/ele.13465

Anton, AndreaGeraldi, Nathan R.Lovelock, Catherine E.Apostolaki, Eugenia T.Bennett, ScottCebrian, JustKrause-Jensen, DorteMarbà, NuriaMartinetto, PaulinaPandolfi, John M.Santana-Garcon, Julia and Duarte, Carlos M. (2020)Reply to: Indiscriminate data aggregation in ecological meta-analysis underestimates impacts of invasive speciesNature Ecology and Evolution4 3: 315-317.doi:10.1038/s41559-020-1118-5

Arafeh Dalmau, NurSchoeman, David S.Montaño-Moctezuma, GabrielaMicheli, FiorenzaRogers-Bennett, LauraOlguin-Jacobson, Carolina and Possingham, Hugh (2020)Marine heat waves threaten kelp forestsScience367 6478: 635-635.doi:10.1126/science.aba5244

Arias-Ortiz, ArianeMasque, PereGlass, LeahBenson, LisaKennedy, HilaryDuarte, Carlos M.Garcia-Orellana, JordiBenitez-Nelson, Claudia R.Humphries, Marc S.Ratefinjanahary, IsmaelRavelonjatovo, Jaona and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2020)Losses of soil organic carbon with deforestation in mangroves of MadagascarEcosystems, . doi:10.1007/s10021-020-00500-z

Baker, Andrew G.Catterall, ClaudiaBenkendorff, Kirsten and Fensham, Rod (2020)Rainforest expansion reduces understorey plant diversity and density in open forest of eastern AustraliaAustral Ecology, .doi:10.1111/aec.12871

Justine Bell-James and Briana Collins (2020)"If we don't mine coal, someone else will": debunking the "Market Substitution Assumption" in Queensland Climate Change LitigationEnvironmental and Planning Law Journal37 167-185.

Justine Bell and Collins, Briana (2020)Queensland's Human Rights Act: a new frontier for Australian climate change litigation?University of New South Wales Law Journal43 1: 3-38.

Blanckaert, AliceReef, RuthPandolfi, John M. and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2020)Variation in the elemental stoichiometry of the coral–zooxanthellae symbiosisCoral Reefs, .doi:10.1007/s00338-020-01932-8

Brito-Morales, IsaacSchoeman, David S.Molinos, Jorge GarcíaBurrows, Michael T.Klein, Carissa J.Arafeh-Dalmau, NurKaschner, KristinGarilao, CristinaKesner-Reyes, Kathleen and Richardson, Anthony J. (2020)Climate velocity reveals increasing exposure of deep-ocean biodiversity to future warmingNature Climate Change, .doi:10.1038/s41558-020-0773-5

Burstal, JosephineClulow, SimonColyvas, KimKark, Salit and Griffin, Andrea S. (2020)Radiotracking invasive spread: Are common mynas more active and exploratory on the invasion front?Biological Invasions, .doi:10.1007/s10530-020-02269-7

Callen, AlexHayward, Matt W.Klop-Toker, KayaAllen, Benjamin L.Ballard, GuyBroekhuis, FemkeClarke, Rohan H.Clulow, JohnClulow, SimonDaltry, Jennifer C.Davies-Mostert, Harriet T.Di Blanco, Yamil E.Dixon, VictoriaFleming, Peter J.S.Howell, Lachlan G.Kerley, Graham I.H.Sarah LeggeLenga, Dean J.Major, TomMontgomery, Robert A.Moseby, KatherineMeyer, NinonParker, Dan M.Périquet, StéphanieRead, JohnScanlon, Robert J.Shuttleworth, CraigTamessar, Cottrell T.Taylor, William AndrewTuft, KatherineUpton, Rose M.O.Valenzuela, MarciaWitt, Ryan R. and Wüster, Wolfgang (2020)Envisioning the future with ‘compassionate conservation’: An ominous projection for native wildlife and biodiversityBiological Conservation241 108365.doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108365

Callen, AlexHayward, Matt W.Klop-Toker, KayaAllen, Benjamin L.Ballard, GuyBeranek, Chad T.Broekhuis, FemkeBugir, Cassandra K.Clarke, Rohan H.Clulow, JohnClulow, SimonDaltry, Jennifer C.Davies-Mostert, Harriet T.Di Blanco, Yamil E.Dixon, VictoriaFleming, Peter J.S.Howell, Lachlan G.Kerley, Graham I.H.Sarah LeggeLenga, Dean J.Majorq, TomMontgomery, Robert A.Moseby, KatherineMeyer, NinonParker, Dan M.Périquet, StéphanieRead, JohnScanlon, Robert J.Shuttleworth, CraigTamessar, Cottrell T.Taylor, William AndrewTuft, KatherineUpton, Rose M.O.Valenzuela, MarciaWitt, Ryan R. and Wüster, Wolfgang (2020)Response to comments on “Compassionate Conservation deserves a morally serious rather than dismissive response - reply to Callen et al., 2020”Biological Conservation244 .doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108517

Catford, Jane A.Dwyer, John M.Palma, EstibalizCowles, Jane M. and Tilman, David (2020)Community diversity outweighs effect of warming on plant colonizationGlobal Change Biology26 5: 3079-3090.doi:10.1111/gcb.15017

Chamberlain, DebbiePhinn, Stuart and Possingham, Hugh (2020)Remote sensing of mangroves and estuarine communities in Central Queensland, AustraliaRemote Sensing12 1: 197. doi:10.3390/rs12010197

Chapman, SarahSyktus, Jozef ITrancoso, RalphSalazar, AlvaroThatcher, Marcus J.Watson, James E. M.Meijaard, ErikSheil, DouglasDargusch, Paul and McAlpine, Clive Alexander (2020)Compounding impact of deforestation on Borneo’s climate during El Niño eventsEnvironmental Research Letters, . doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab86f5

Cheung, HubertPossingham, HughMazerolle, Lorraine and Duan Biggs(2020):Connectedness to nature scale - Interviews with TCM practitioners in Guangdong province, China (2018).The University of Queensland.Dataset.doi:10.14264/uql.2020.391

Marie DadeMitchell, Matthew G.E.Brown, Greg and Rhodes, Jonathan R. (2020)The effects of urban greenspace characteristics and socio-demographics vary among cultural ecosystem servicesUrban Forestry and Urban Greening49 126641.doi:10.1016/j.ufug.2020.126641

Daigle, Rémi M.Metaxas, AnnaBalbar, Arieanna C.McGowan, JenniferTreml, Eric A.Kuempel, Caitlin D.Possingham, Hugh and Maria Beger (2020)Operationalizing ecological connectivity in spatial conservation planning with Marxan connectMethods in Ecology and Evolution11 4: 570-579.doi:10.1111/2041-210X.13349

Danovaro, RobertoFanelli, EmanuelaAguzzi, JacopoBillett, DavidCarugati, LauraCorinaldesi, CinziaDell’Anno, AntonioGjerde, KristinaJamieson, Alan J.Kark, SalitMcClain, CraigLevin, LisaLevin, NoamRamirez-Llodra, EvaRuhl, HenrySmith, Craig R.Snelgrove, Paul V. R.Thomsen, LaurenzVan Dover, Cindy L. and Yasuhara, Moriaki (2020)Ecological variables for developing a global deep-ocean monitoring and conservation strategyNature Ecology and Evolution4 2: 181-192. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-1091-z

de Andrade Junior, Milton A. U.Maxwell, Sean L. and Watson, James E. M. (2020)Renewed threats to Brazilian biodiversity from sugarcaneFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment18 4: 178-179.doi:10.1002/fee.2196

Duarte, Carlos M.Agusti, SusanaBarbier, EdwardBritten, Gregory L.Castilla, Juan CarlosGattuso, Jean-PierreFulweiler, Robinson W.Hughes, Terry P.Knowlton, NancyLovelock, Catherine E.Lotze, Heike K.Predragovic, MilicaPoloczanska, ElviraRoberts, Callum and Worm, Boris (2020)Rebuilding marine lifeNature580 7801: 39-51. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2146-7

Fa, John E.Watson, James E. M.Leiper, IanPotapov, PeterEvans, Tom D.Burgess, Neil D.Molnar, ZsoltFernandez-Llamazares, AlvaroDuncan, TomWang, StephanieAustin, Beau J.Jonas, HarryRobinson, Cathy J.Malmer, PernillaZander, Kerstin K.Jackson, MichaEllis, ErleBrondizio, Eduardo S. and Garnett, Stephen T. (2020)Importance of Indigenous peoples' lands for the conservation of intact forest landscapesFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment18 3: 135-140. doi:10.1002/fee.2148

Fensham, RodCarnegie, Angus J.Laffineur, BorisMakinson, Robert O.Pegg, Geoff S. and Wills, Jarrah (2020)Imminent Extinction of Australian Myrtaceae by Fungal DiseaseTrends in Ecology and Evolution, .doi:10.1016/j.tree.2020.03.012

Fensham, RodBoris LaffineurTeghan CollingwoodBeech, E.Bell, S.Hopper, S. D.Phillips, G.Rivers, M. C.Walsh, N. and White, M. (2020)Rarity or decline: key concepts for the Red List of Australian eucalyptsBiological Conservation243 1-15.doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108455

Fensham, R. J.Laffineur, B. and McVeigh, M. (2020)Assessing the conservation status of tree species declining in productive landscapes: the case of Eucalyptus argophloiaAustralian Journal of Botany, . doi:10.1071/bt20016

Filer, AlannahBeyer, Hawthorne L.Meyer, Ed and Van Rensburg, Berndt J. (2020)Distribution mapping of specialized amphibian species in rare, ephemeral habitats: implications for the conservation of threatened “acid” frogs in south‐east QueenslandConservation Science and Practice2 1: . doi:10.1111/csp2.143

Friedman, Rachel S.Guerrero, Angela M.McAllister, Ryan R.J.Rhodes, Jonathan R.Santika, TrulyBudiharta, SugengIndrawan, TitoHutabarat, Joseph A.Kusworo, AhmadYogaswara, HerryMeijaard, ErikSt. John, Freya A.V.Struebig, Matthew J. and Wilson, Kerrie A. (2020)Beyond the community in participatory forest management: a governance network perspectiveLand Use Policy97 . doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104738

Friedman, Whitney R.Halpern, Benjamin S.McLeod, ElizabethBeck, Michael W.Duarte, Carlos M.Kappel, CarrieLevine, ArielleSluka, Robert D.Adler, StevenO'Hara, Casey C.Sterling, Eleanor J.Tapia-Lewin, SebastianLosada, Inigo J.McClanahan, Tim R.Pendleton, LinwoodSpring, MargaretToomey, James P.Weiss, Kenneth R.Possingham, Hugh P. and Montambault, Jensen R. (2020)Research priorities for achieving healthy marine ecosystems and human communities in a changing climateFrontiers in Marine Science7 . doi:10.3389/fmars.2020.00005

Gallo-Cajiao, EduardoMorrison, Tiffany H.Woodworth, Bradley K.Lees, Alexander C.Naves, Liliana C.Yong, Ding LiChoi, Chi-YeungMundkur, TaejBird, JeremyJain, AnujKlokov, KonstantinSyroechkovskiy, EvgenyChowdhury, Sayam U.Fu, Vivian Wing KanWatson, James E.M. and Fuller, Richard A. (2020)Extent and potential impact of hunting on migratory shorebirds in the Asia-PacificBiological Conservation246 108582.doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108582

Geldmann, JonasAlves-Pinto, HelenaAmano, TatsuyaBartlett, HarrietChristie, Alec P.Collas, LydiaCooke, Sophia C.Correa, RobertoCripps, ImogenDoherty, AnyaFinch, TomGarnett, Emma E.Hua, FangyuanJones, Julia Patricia GordonKasoar, TimMacFarlane, DouglasMartin, Philip A.Mukherjee, NibeditaMumby, Hannah S.Payne, CharlottePetrovan, Silviu O.Rocha, RicardoRussell, KirstenSimmons, Benno I.Wauchope, Hannah S.Worthington, Thomas A.Trevelyan, RosieGreen, Rhys and Balmford, Andrew (2020)Insights from two decades of the Student Conference on Conservation ScienceBiological Conservation243 . doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108478

Gupta, GarimaDunn, JonathonSanderson, RoyFuller, Richard and McGowan, P. J.K. (2020)A simple method for assessing the completeness of a geographic range size estimateGlobal Ecology and Conservation21 e00788.doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00788

Han, YiKristensen, Nadiah P.Buckley, Yvonne M.Maple, Dion J.West, Judith and McDonald-Madden, Eve (2020)Predicting the ecosystem-wide impacts of eradication with limited information using a qualitative modelling approachEcological Modelling430 . doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2020.109122

Hanson, Jeffrey O.Rhodes, Jonathan R.Butchart, Stuart H. M.Buchanan, Graeme M.Rondinini, CarloFicetola, Gentile F. and Fuller, Richard A. (2020)Global conservation of species’ nichesNature580 7802: 232-234. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2138-7

Healy, Allison JamesTulloch, Ayesha and Fensham, Rod (2020)Dryland communities find little refuge from grazing due to long-term changes in water availabilityJournal of Arid Environments176 104098.doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2019.104098

Hockings, MarcLilley, IanMatar, Diane A.Dudley, Nigel and Markham, Robert (2020).Integrating science and local knowledge to strengthen biosphere reserve management. In Maureen G. Reed and Martin F. Price (Ed.), UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: supporting biocultural diversity, sustainability and society (pp. 241-253) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429428746-19

Jones, Kendall R.Klein, Carissa J.Grantham, Hedley S.Possingham, Hugh P.Halpern, Benjamin S.Burgess, Neil D.Butchart, Stuart H.M.Robinson, John G.Kingston, NaomiBhola, Nina and Watson, James E.M. (2020)Area requirements to safeguard earth's marine speciesOne Earth2 2: 188-196. doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2020.01.010

Katayama, NaokiOdaya, YoshiyaAmano, Tatsuya and Yoshida, Hoshiko (2020)Spatial and temporal associations between fallow fields and Greater Painted Snipe density in Japanese rice paddy landscapesAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment295 106892. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2020.106892

Kelleway, Jeffrey J.Serrano, OscarBaldock, Jeffrey A.Burgess, RachelCannard, ToniLavery, Paul S.Lovelock, Catherine E.Macreadie, Peter I.Masqué, PereNewnham, MarkSaintilan, Neil and Steven, Andrew D.L. (2020)A national approach to greenhouse gas abatement through blue carbon managementGlobal Environmental Change63 102083.doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2020.102083

Kooyman, Robert M.Watson, James and Wilf, Peter (2020)Protect Australia's Gondwana rainforestsScience367 6482: 1083-1085. doi:10.1126/science.abb2748

Lavery, Tyrone H.Posala, Corzzierrah K.Tasker, Elizabeth M. and Fisher, Diana O. (2020)Ecological generalism and resilience of tropical island mammals to logging: a 23 year testGlobal Change Biology26 6: 3285-3293.doi:10.1111/gcb.15038

Lawler, Joshua J.Rinnan, D. ScottMichalak, Julia L.Withey, John C.Randels, Christopher R. and Possingham, Hugh (2020)Planning for climate change through additions to a national protected area network: implications for cost and configurationPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences375 1794: 20190117.doi:10.1098/rstb.2019.0117

Leitner, MonicaDavies, Andrew B.Robertson, Mark P.Parr, Catherine L. and Berndt Janse Van Rensburg (2020)Termite mounds create heterogeneity in invertebrate communities across a savanna rainfall gradientBiodiversity and Conservation29 4: 1427-1441.doi:10.1007/s10531-020-01943-5

Lindenmayer, David B.Kooyman, Robert M.Taylor, ChrisWard, Michelle and Watson, James E. M. (2020)Recent Australian wildfires made worse by logging and associated forest managementNature Ecology and Evolution, . doi:10.1038/s41559-020-1195-5

Lindenmayer, DavidWoinarski, JohnSarah LeggeSouthwell, DarrenLavery, TyroneRobinson, NatashaScheele, Ben and Wintle, Brendan (2020)A checklist of attributes for effective monitoring of threatened species and threatened ecosystemsJournal of Environmental Management262 110312.doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.110312

Lloyd, Thomas J.Fuller, Richard A.Oliver, Jessica L.Tulloch, Ayesha I.Barnes, Megan and Steven, Rochelle (2020)Estimating the spatial coverage of citizen science for monitoring threatened speciesGlobal Ecology and Conservation23 e01048. doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2020.e01048

Lovelock, Catherine E.Reef, RuthRaven, John A. and Pandolfi, John M. (2020)Regional variation in δ13 C of coral reef macroalgaeLimnology and Oceanography, . doi:10.1002/lno.11453

Maseyk, Fleur J. F.Maron, Martine Gordon, AscelinBull, Joseph W. and Megan Evans (2020)Improving averted loss estimates for better biodiversity outcomes from offset exchangesOryx, 1-11.doi:10.1017/S0030605319000528

Natalie MasonWard, MichelleWatson, James EdwardVenter, Oscar and Runting, Rebecca K. (2020)Global opportunities and challenges for transboundary conservationNature Ecology and Evolution4 5: 694-701.doi:10.1038/s41559-020-1160-3

Mayfield, Helen J. Smith, Carl Gallagher, Marcus and Hockings, Marc (2020)Considerations for selecting a machine learning technique for predicting deforestationEnvironmental Modelling and Software131 1-10. doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2020.104741

McCarthy, James KaneDwyer, John and Mokany, Karel (2020)Direct climate effects are more influential than functional composition in determining future gross primary productivityLandscape Ecology35 4: 969-984.doi:10.1007/s10980-020-00994-x

McGowan, JenniferBeaumont, Linda J.Smith, Robert J.Alienor ChauvenetHarcourt, RobertAtkinson, Scott C.Mittermeier, John C.Esperon-Rodriguez, ManuelBaumgartner, John B.Beattie, AndrewDudaniec, Rachael Y.Grenyer, RichardNipperess, David A.Stow, Adam and Possingham, Hugh (2020)Conservation prioritization can resolve the flagship species conundrumNature Communications11 1: 994.doi:10.1038/s41467-020-14554-z

McGregor, HughMoseby, KatherineJohnson, Christopher N. and Legge, Sarah (2020)The short-term response of feral cats to rabbit population decline: Are alternative native prey more at risk?Biological Invasions22 2: 799-811. doi:10.1007/s10530-019-02131-5

Mokany, KarelFerrier, SimonHarwood, Thomas D.Ware, ChrisDi Marco, MorenoGrantham, Hedley S.Venter, OscarHoskins, Andrew J. and Watson, James E. M. (2020)Reconciling global priorities for conserving biodiversity habitatProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences117 18: 201918373-9911.doi:10.1073/pnas.1918373117

Narain, DivyaMaron, MartineTeo, Hoong ChenHussey, Karen and Lechner, Alex Mark (2020)Best-practice biodiversity safeguards for Belt and Road Initiative’s financiersNature Sustainability, .doi:10.1038/s41893-020-0528-3

Needham, TersiaEngels, Retha A.Bureš, DanielKotrba, Radimvan Rensburg, Berndt J. and Hoffman, Louwrens C. (2020)Carcass yields and physiochemical meat quality of semi-extensive and intensively farmed impala (Aepyceros melampus)Foods9 4: 418.doi:10.3390/foods9040418

Negret Torres, Pablo JoseDi‐Marco, MorenoLaura SonterRhodes, Jonathan R.Possingham, Hugh and Maron, Martine (2020)Effects of spatial autocorrelation and sampling design on estimates of protected area effectivenessConservation Biology, .doi:10.1111/cobi.13522

Christopher O'BryanJames AllanHolden, MatthewChristopher SandersonVenter, OscarDi Marco, MorenoMcDonald-Madden, Eve and Watson, James Edward (2020)Intense human pressure is widespread across terrestrial vertebrate rangesGlobal Ecology and Conservation21 e00882.doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00882

Ola, AnneStaples, Timothy L.Robinson, Nicole and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2020)Plasticity in the above- and below-ground development of mangrove Ssedlings in response to variation in soil bulk densityEstuaries and Coasts43 1: 111-119. doi:10.1007/s12237-019-00660-9

Ordóñez, CamiloThrelfall, Caragh G.Livesley, Stephen J.Kendal, DaveFuller, Richard A.Davern, Melanievan der Ree, Rodney and Hochuli, Dieter F. (2020)Decision-making of municipal urban forest managers through the lens of governanceEnvironmental Science and Policy104 136-147. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2019.11.008

Puk, LauraMarshell, AlyssaDwyer, John Nicolas Evensen and Mumby, Peter (2020)Refuge-dependent herbivory controls a key macroalga on coral reefsCoral Reefs, .doi:10.1007/s00338-020-01915-9

Jose RehbeinWatson, James EdwardJoe LaneLaura SonterVenter, OscarAtkinson, Scott C. and James Allan (2020)Renewable energy development threatens many globally important biodiversity areasGlobal Change Biology26 5: 3040-3051.doi:10.1111/gcb.15067

Rickards, Lauren and Watson, James Edward (2020)Research is not immune to climate changeNature Climate Change10 3: 180-183.doi:10.1038/s41558-020-0715-2

Roshier, David A.Hotellier, Felicity LCarter, AndrewKemp, LeahPotts, JoanneHayward, Matt W. and Legge, Sarah M. (2020)Long-term benefits and short-term costs: small vertebrate responses to predator exclusion and native mammal reintroductions in south-western New South Wales, AustraliaWildlife Research, . doi:10.1071/wr19153

Runting, Rebecca K.Phinn, StuartXie, ZunyiVenter, Oscar and Watson, James E. M. (2020)Opportunities for big data in conservation and sustainabilityNature Communications11 1: 2003. doi:10.1038/s41467-020-15870-0

Sasmito, Sigit D.Sillanpää, MériadecHayes, Matthew A.Bachri, SamsulSaragi-Sasmito, Meli F.Sidik, FridaHanggara, Bayu B.Mofu, Wolfram Y.Rumbiak, Victor I.Hendri,Taberima, SartjiSuhaemi,Nugroho, Julius D.Pattiasina, Thomas F.Widagti, NuryaniBarakalla,Rahajoe, Joeni S.Hartantri, HeruNikijuluw, VictorJowey, Rina N.Heatubun, Charlie D.zu Ermgassen, PhilineWorthington, Thomas A.Howard, JenniferLovelock, Catherine E.Friess, Daniel A.Hutley, Lindsay B. and Murdiyarso, Daniel (2020)Mangrove blue carbon stocks and dynamics are controlled by hydrogeomorphic settings and land-use changeGlobal Change Biology26 5: 3028-3039.doi:10.1111/gcb.15056

Sayre, RogerKaragulle, DenizFrye, CharlieBoucher, TimothyWolff, Nicholas H.Breyer, SeanWright, DawnMartin, MadelineButler, KevinVan Graafeiland, KeithTouval, JerrySotomayor, LeonardoMcGowan, JenniferGame, Edward T. and Possingham, Hugh (2020)An assessment of the representation of ecosystems in global protected areas using new maps of World Climate Regions and World EcosystemsGlobal Ecology and Conservation21 e00860. doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00860

Simpson, L. T.Lovelock, Catherine E.Cherry, J. A. and Feller, I. C. (2020)Short-lived effects of nutrient enrichment on Avicennia germinans decomposition in a saltmarsh-mangrove ecotoneEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science235 106598.doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2020.106598

Siqueira-Gay, JulianaLaura Sonter and Sánchez, Luis E. (2020)Exploring potential impacts of mining on forest loss and fragmentation within a biodiverse region of Brazil's northeastern AmazonResources Policy67 101662.doi:10.1016/j.resourpol.2020.101662

Annabel SmithHodkinson, Trevor R.Villellas, JesusCatford, Jane A.Csergő, Anna MáriaBlomberg, SimoneCrone, Elizabeth E.Ehrlén, JohanGarcia, Maria B.Laine, Anna-LiisaRoach, Deborah A.Roberto Salguero-GomezWardle, Glenda M.Childs, Dylan Z.Elderd, Bret D.Finn, AlainMunné-Bosch, SergiBaudraz, Maude E. A.Bódis, JuditBrearley, Francis Q.Bucharova, AnnaCaruso, Christina M.Duncan, Richard P.Dwyer, John Gooden, BenGroenteman, RonnyHamre, Liv NorunnHelm, AveliinaKelly, RuthLaanisto, LauriLonati, MicheleMoore, Joslin L.Morales, MelanieOlsen, Siri LiePärtel, MeelisPetry, William K.Ramula, SatuRasmussen, Pil U.Ravetto Enri, SimoneRoeder, AnnaRoscher, ChristianeSaastamoinen, MarjoTack, Ayco J. M.Töpper, Joachim PaulVose, Gregory E.Wandrag, Elizabeth M.Wingler, Astrid and Buckley, Yvonne M. (2020)Global gene flow releases invasive plants from environmental constraints on genetic diversityProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences117 8: 201915848-4227.doi:10.1073/pnas.1915848117

Sonter, Laura J.Simmonds, Jeremy S.Watson, James E. M.Jones, Julia P. G.Kiesecker, Joseph M.Costa, Hugo M.Bennun, LeonEdwards, StephenGrantham, Hedley S.Griffiths, Victoria F.Jones, KendallSochi, KeiPuydarrieux, PhilippeQuétier, FabienRainer, HelgaRainey, HugoRoe, DilysSatar, MusnandaSoares-Filho, Britaldo S.Starkey, Malcolmten Kate, KerryVicturine, Rayvon Hase, AmreiWells, Jessie A. and Maron, Martine (2020)Local conditions and policy design determine whether ecological compensation can achieve no net loss goalsNature Communications11 1: 2072. doi:10.1038/s41467-020-15861-1

Swales, Andrew and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2020)Comparison of sediment-plate methods to measure accretion rates in an estuarine mangrove forest (New Zealand)Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science236 106642.doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2020.106642

Teshera-Levye, JenniferMiles, BriannaTerwilliger, ValeryLovelock, Catherine E. and Cavender-Bares, Jeannine (2020)Drivers of habitat partitioning among three Quercus species along a hydrologic gradientTree Physiology40 2: 142-157.doi:10.1093/treephys/tpz112

Verma, MeghaSymes, William S.Watson, James E. M.Jones, Kendall R.Allan, James R.Venter, OscarRheindt, Frank E.Edwards, David P. and Carrasco, Luis R. (2020)Severe human pressures in the Sundaland biodiversity hotspotConservation Science and Practice, . doi:10.1111/csp2.169

Waltham, Nathan J.Elliott, MichaelLee, Shing YipLovelock, CatherineDuarte, Carlos M.Buelow, ChristinaSimenstad, CharlesNagelkerken, IvanClaassens, LouwWen, Colin K-CBarletta, MarioConnolly, Rod M.Gillies, ChrisMitsch, William J.Ogburn, Matthew B.Purandare, JemmaPossingham, Hugh and Sheaves, Marcus (2020)UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030-what chance for success in restoring coastal ecosystems?Frontiers in Marine Science7 . doi:10.3389/fmars.2020.00071

Watling, James I.Arroyo-Rodríguez, VictorPfeifer, MarionBaeten, LanderBanks-Leite, CristinaCisneros, Laura M.Fang, RebeccaHamel-Leigue, A. CaroliLachat, ThibaultLeal, Inara R.Lens, LucPossingham, HughRaheem, Dinarzarde C.Ribeiro, Danilo B.Slade, Eleanor M.Urbina-Cardona, J. NicolasWood, Eric M. and Fahrig, Lenore (2020)Support for the habitat amount hypothesis from a global synthesis of species density studiesEcology Letters23 4: 674-681.doi:10.1111/ele.13471

Watson, Keri B.Galford, Gillian L.Laura Sonter and Ricketts, Taylor H. (2020)Conserving ecosystem services and biodiversity: measuring the tradeoffs involved in splitting conservation budgetsEcosystem Services42 101063.doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2020.101063

Whitt, Ashley A.Coleman, RhysLovelock, Catherine E.Gillies, ChrisIerodiaconou, DanielLiyanapathirana, Muvindu and Macreadie, Peter I. (2020)March of the mangroves: drivers of encroachment into southern temperate saltmarshEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science240 106776.doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2020.106776

Williams, Brooke AnneGrantham, Hedley S.Watson, James E. M.Alvarez, Silvia J.Simmonds, Jeremy S.Rogeliz, Carlos A.Da Silva, Mayesse A.Forero-Medina, GermanEtter, AndresNogales, JonathanWalschburger, ThomasHyman, Glenn and Beyer, Hawthorne L. (2020)Minimising the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services in an intact landscape under risk of rapid agricultural developmentEnvironmental Research Letters15 1: 014001. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab5ff7

Woolley, Skipton N. C.Foster, Scott D.Bax, Nicholas J.Currie, Jock C.Daniel DunnHansen, CecilieHill, NicoleO'Hara, Timothy D.Ovaskainen, OtsoSayre, RogerVanhatalo, Jarno P. and Dunstan, Piers K. (2020)Bioregions in Marine Environments: Combining Biological and Environmental Data for Management and Scientific UnderstandingBioscience70 1: 48-59.doi:10.1093/biosci/biz133

Xie, ZunyiGame, Edward T.Hobbs, Richard J.Pannell, David J.Phinn, Stuart R. and McDonald-Madden, Eve (2020)Conservation opportunities on uncontested landsNature Sustainability3 1: 9-15. doi:10.1038/s41893-019-0433-9

Zunyi XiePhinn, Stuart R.Game, Edward T.Pannell, David J.Hobbs, Richard J.Briggs, Peter R.Beutel, Terrence S.Holloway, Christopher and McDonald-Madden, Eve (2020)Corrigendum to “Using Landsat observations (1988–2017) and Google Earth Engine to detect vegetation cover changes in rangelands - A first step towards identifying degraded lands for conservation” [Remote Sens. Environ. 232 (2019), 111317] (Remote Sensing of Environment (2019) 232, (S0034425719303360), (10.1016/j.rse.2019.111317))Remote Sensing of Environment241 111737.doi:10.1016/j.rse.2020.111737

 

2019

Adams, Vanessa M.Iacona, Gwenllian D. and Possingham, Hugh P. (2019)Weighing the benefits of expanding protected areas versus managing existing onesNature Sustainability2 5: 404-411. doi:10.1038/s41893-019-0275-5

Allan, J. R.Levin, N.Jones, K. R.Abdullah, S.Hongoh, J.Hermoso, V. and Kark, S. (2019)Navigating the complexities of coordinated conservation along the river NileScience Advances5 4: eaau7668. doi:10.1126/sciadv.aau7668

Allan, James R.Watson, James E. M.Di Marco, MorenoO’Bryan, Christopher J.Possingham, Hugh P.Atkinson, Scott C. and Venter, Oscar (2019)Hotspots of human impact on threatened terrestrial vertebratesPLOS Biology17 3: . doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.3000158

Anton, AndreaGeraldi, Nathan R.Lovelock, Catherine E.Apostolaki, Eugenia T.Bennett, ScottCebrian, JustKrause-Jensen, DorteMarbà, NuriaMartinetto, PaulinaPandolfi, John M.Santana-Garcon, Julia and Duarte, Carlos M. (2019)Publisher correction: Global ecological impacts of marine exotic speciesNature Ecology and Evolution3 9: 1367-1367. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0965-4

Anton, AndreaGeraldi, Nathan R.Lovelock, Catherine E.Apostolaki, Eugenia T.Bennett, ScottCebrian, JustKrause-Jensen, DorteMarbà, NuriaMartinetto, PaulinaPandolfi, John M.Santana-Garcon, Julia and Duarte, Carlos M. (2019)Global ecological impacts of marine exotic speciesNature Ecology and Evolution3 5: 787-800. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0851-0

Arafeh-Dalmau, NurLinares, CristinaHereu, BernatCaceres-Escobar, HernanBiggs, Duan and Possingham, Hugh (2019)Protect Catalonia's corals despite politicsScience363 6423: 135-136. doi:10.1126/science.aav8710

Baker, Christopher M.Bode, MichaelDexter, NickLindenmayer, David B.Foster, ClaireMacGregor, ChristopherPlein, Michaela and McDonald-Madden, Eve (2019)A novel approach to assessing the ecosystem-wide impacts of reintroductionsEcological Applications29 1: . doi:10.1002/eap.1811

Balmford, AndrewAmano, TatsuyaBartlett, HarrietChadwick, DaveCollins, AdrianEdwards, DavidField, RobGarnsworthy, PhilipGreen, RhysSmith, PeteWaters, HelenWhitmore, AndrewBroom, Donald M.Chara, JulianFinch, TomGarnett, EmmaGathorne-Hardy, AlfredHernandez-Medrano, JuanHerrero, MarioHua, FangyuanLatawiec, AgnieszkaMisselbrook, TomPhalan, BenSimmons, Benno I.Takahashi, TaroVause, JamesErmgassen, Erasmus zu and Eisner, Rowan (2019)Author correction: the environmental costs and benefits of high-yield farmingNature Sustainability2 4: 339-341. doi:10.1038/s41893-019-0265-7

Bax, Nicholas J.Miloslavich, PatriciaMuller-Karger, Frank EdgarAllain, ValerieAppeltans, WardBatten, Sonia DawnBenedetti-Cecchi, LisandroButtigieg, Pier LuigiChiba, SanaeCosta, Daniel PaulDuffy, J. EmmettDunn, Daniel C.Johnson, Craig RichardKudela, Raphael M.Obura, DavidRebelo, Lisa-MariaShin, Yunne-JaiSimmons, Samantha Elisabeth and Tyack, Peter Lloyd (2019)A response to scientific and societal needs for marine biological observationsFrontiers in Marine Science6 JUL: . doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00395

Bayraktarov, ElisaEhmke, GlennO'Connor, JamesBurns, Emma L.Nguyen, Hoang A.McRae, LouisePossingham, Hugh P. and Lindenmayer, David B. (2019)Do big unstructured biodiversity data mean more knowledge?Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution6 . doi:10.3389/fevo.2018.00239

Bayraktarov, ElisaStewart‐Sinclair, Phoebe J.Brisbane, ShantalaBoström‐Einarsson, LisaSaunders, Megan I.Lovelock, Catherine E.Possingham, Hugh P.Mumby, Peter J. and Wilson, Kerrie A. (2019)Motivations, success and cost of coral reef restorationRestoration Ecology, . doi:10.1111/rec.12977

Bell-James, Justine (2019).Climate change. In Gerry Bates (Ed.), Environmental law in Australia 10th ed. (pp. 683-714) Australia: LexisNexis.

Bell-James, Justine and Forrest, Craig (2019)Ecologically sustainable development and the Great Barrier Reef: a delicate balance of interestsEnvironmental and Planning Law Journal36 2: 97-112.

Bell-James, Justine and Lovelock, Catherine E (2019)Legal barriers and enablers for reintroducing tides: An Australian case study in reconverting ponded pasture for climate change mitigationLand Use Policy88 . doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2019.104192

Justine Bell-James and Catherine E. Lovelock (2019)Tidal boundaries and climate change mitigation – the curious case of ponded pasturesAustralian Property Law Journal27 2: 114-133.

Betts, Matthew G.Wolf, ChristopherPfeifer, MarionBanks-Leite, CristinaArroyo-Rodríguez, VíctorRibeiro, Danilo BandiniBarlow, JosEigenbrod, FelixFaria, DeborahFletcher, Robert J.Hadley, Adam S.Hawes, Joseph E.Holt, Robert D.Klingbeil, BrianKormann, UrsLens, LucLevi, TaalMedina-Rangel, Guido F.Melles, Stephanie L.Mezger, DirkMorante-Filho, José CarlosOrme, C. David L.Peres, Carlos A.Phalan, Benjamin T.Pidgeon, AnnaPossingham, HughRipple, William J.Slade, Eleanor M.Somarriba, EduardoTobias, Joseph A.Tylianakis, Jason M.Urbina-Cardona, J. NicolásValente, Jonathon J.Watling, James I.Wells, KonstansWearn, Oliver R.Wood, EricYoung, Richard and Ewers, Robert M. (2019)Extinction filters mediate the global effects of habitat fragmentation on animalsScience366 6470: 1236-1239. doi:10.1126/science.aax9387

Hawthorne BeyerVenter, OscarGrantham, Hedley S. and Watson, James Edward (2019)Substantial losses in ecoregion intactness highlight urgency of globally coordinated actionConservation Letters13 2: e12592.doi:10.1111/conl.12692

Biggs, DuanBan, Natalie C.Castilla, Juan CarlosGelcich, StefanMills, MorenaGandiwa, EdsonEtienne, MichelKnight, Andrew T.Marquet, Pablo A. and Possingham, Hugh P. (2019)Insights on fostering the emergence of robust conservation actions from Zimbawe's CAMPFIRE programGlobal Ecology and Conservation17 . doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00538

Bishop, Tom R.Parr, Catherine L.Gibb, Heloisevan Rensburg, Berndt J.Braschler, BrigitteChown, Steven L.Foord, Stefan H.Lamy, KévinMunyai, Thinandavha C.Okey, IonaTshivhandekano, Pfarelo G.Werenkraut, Victoria and Robertson, Mark P. (2019)Thermoregulatory traits combine with range shifts to alter the future of montane ant assemblagesGlobal Change Biology25 6: 2162-2173. doi:10.1111/gcb.14622

Briscoe, Natalie J.Elith, JaneSalguero‐Gómez, RobertoLahoz‐Monfort, José J.Camac, James S.Giljohann, Katherine M.Holden, Matthew H.Hradsky, Bronwyn A.Kearney, Michael R.McMahon, Sean M.Phillips, Ben L.Regan, Tracey J.Rhodes, Jonathan R.Vesk, Peter A.Wintle, Brendan A.Yen, Jian D.L. and Guillera‐Arroita, Gurutzeta (2019)Forecasting species range dynamics with process‐explicit models: matching methods to applicationsEcology Letters22 11: 1940-1956. doi:10.1111/ele.13348

Brodersen, Kasper ElgettiTreyathan-Tackett, Stacey M.Nielsen, Daniel A.Connolly, Rod M.Loyelock, Catherine E.Atwood, Trisha B. and Macreadie, Peter (2019)Oxygen consumption and sulfate reduction in vegetated coastal habitats: effects of physical disturbanceFrontiers in Marine Science6 FEB: . doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00014

Brodie, J.Grech, A.Pressey, B.Day, J.Dale, A.P.Morrison, T. and Amelia Wenger (2019).The Future of the Great Barrier Reef: The Water Quality Imperative. In Eric Wolanski, John W. Day, Michael Elliott and Ramesh Ramachandran (Ed.), Coasts and estuaries: the future (pp. 477-499) Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Elsevier.doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-814003-1.00028-9

Brown, Christopher J.Jupiter, Stacy D.Albert, SimonAnthony, Kenneth R. N.Hamilton, Richard J.Fredston-Hermann, AlexaHalpern, Benjamin S.Lin, Hsien-YungMaina, JosephMangubhai, SangeetaMumby, Peter J.Possingham, Hugh P.Saunders, Megan I.Tulloch, Vivitskaia J. D.Wenger, Amelia and Klein, Carissa J. (2019)A guide to modelling priorities for managing land-based impacts on coastal ecosystemsJournal of Applied Ecology, . doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13331

Brown, GregMcAlpine, CliveRhodes, JonathanLunney, DanielGoldingay, RossFielding, KellyHetherington, ScottHopkins, MaramaManning, ClareWood, MatthewBrace, AngieVass, Lorraine and Swankie, Linda (2019)Integration of social spatial data to assess conservation opportunities and prioritiesBiological Conservation236 452-463. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.06.002

Brown, GregRhodes, JonathanLunney, DanielGoldingay, RossFielding, KellyGarofano, NicoleHetherington, ScottHopkins, MaramaGreen, JoMcNamara, SkyeBrace, AngieVass, LorraineSwankie, Linda and McAlpine, Clive (2019)The influence of sampling design on spatial data quality in a geographic citizen science projectTransactions in GIS, . doi:10.1111/tgis.12568

Bull, Joseph W.Milner-Gulland, E. J.Addison, Prue F. E.Arlidge, William N. S.Baker, JuliaBrooks, Thomas M.Burgass, Michael J.Hinsley, AmyMaron, MartineRobinson, John G.Sekhran, NikSinclair, Samuel P.Stuart, Simon N.zu Ermgassen, Sophus O. S. E. and Watson, James E. M. (2019)Net positive outcomes for natureNature Ecology & Evolution4 1: 4-7. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-1022-z

Busch, JonahEngelmann, JensCook-Patton, Susan C.Griscom, Bronson W.Kroeger, TimmPossingham, Hugh and Shyamsundar, Priya (2019)Potential for low-cost carbon dioxide removal through tropical reforestationNature Climate Change9 6: 463-466. doi:10.1038/s41558-019-0485-x

Caceres‐Escobar, HernanKark, SalitAtkinson, Scott C.Possingham, Hugh P. and Davis, Katrina J. (2019)Integrating local knowledge to prioritise invasive species managementPeople and Nature, . doi:10.1002/pan3.27

Chapman, SarahThatcher, MarcusSalazar, AlvaroWatson, James E.M. and McAlpine, Clive A. (2019)The impact of climate change and urban growth on urban climate and heat stress in a subtropical cityInternational Journal of Climatology, . doi:10.1002/joc.5998

Charles, Lachlan S.Dwyer, John M.Chapman, Hazel M.Yadok, Biplang G. and Mayfield, Margaret M. (2019)Landscape structure mediates zoochorous-dispersed seed rain under isolated pasture trees across distinct tropical regionsLandscape Ecology34 6: 1347-1362. doi:10.1007/s10980-019-00846-3

Cheng, YangyangDharwadkar, SnehaSheridan, VeraRojas, Clarissa RiosAmano, Tatsuya and Grau, Montserrat Bosch (2019)Science's language barrierNature570 7760: 265-267. doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01797-0

Choi, Chi-YeungPeng, He-BoHe, PengRen, Xiao-TongZhang, ShenJackson, Micha V.Gan, XiaojingChen, YingJia,YifeiChristie, MaureenFlaherty, TonyLeung, Kar-Sin KatherineYun, ChenxingMurray, Nicholas J.Piersma, TheunisFuller, Richard A. and Ma, Zhijun (2019)Where to draw the line?: using movement data to inform protected area design and conserve mobile speciesBiological Conservation234 64-71. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.03.025

Christie, Alec P.Amano, TatsuyaMartin, Philip A.Shackelford, Gorm E.Simmons, Benno I. and Sutherland, William J. (2019)Simple study designs in ecology produce inaccurate estimates of biodiversity responsesJournal of Applied Ecology56 12: 2742-2754. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13499

Coad, LaurenWatson, James E. M.Geldmann, JonasBurgess, Neil D.Leverington, FionaHockings, MarcKnights, Kathryn and Di Marco, Moreno (2019)Widespread shortfalls in protected area resourcing undermine efforts to conserve biodiversityFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment17 5: 259-264. doi:10.1002/fee.2042

Coleman, J. L.Ascher, J. S.Bickford, D.Buchori, D.Cabanban, A.Chisholm, R. A.Chong, K. Y.Christie, P.Clements, G. R.dela Cruz, T. E.E.Dressler, W.Edwards, D. P.Francis, C. M.Friess, D. A.Giam, X.Gibson, L.Huang, D.Hughes, A. C.Jaafar, Z.Jain, A.Koh, L. P.Kudavidanage, E. P.Lee, B. P.Y.H.Lee, J.Lee, T. M.Leggett, M.Leimona, B.Linkie, M.Luskin, M.Lynam, A.Meijaard, E.Nijman, V.Olsson, A.Page, S.Parolin, P.Peh, K. S.H.Posa, M. R.Prescott, G. W.Rahman, S. A.Ramchunder, S. J.Rao, M.Reed, J.Richards, D. R.Slade, E. M.Steinmetz, R.Tan, P. Y.Taylor, D.Todd, P. A.Vo, S. T.Webb, E. L.Ziegler, A. D. and Carrasco, L. R. (2019)Top 100 research questions for biodiversity conservation in Southeast AsiaBiological Conservation234 211-220.doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.03.028

Conde, Dalia A.Staerk, JohannaColchero, Fernandoda Silva, RitaSchöley, JonasBaden, H. MariaJouvet, LionelFa, John E.Syed, HassanJongejans, EelkeMeiri, ShaiGaillard, Jean-MichelChamberlain, ScottWilcken, JonathanJones, Owen R.Dahlgren, Johan P.Steiner, Ulrich K.Bland, Lucie M.Gomez-Mestre, IvanLebreton, Jean-DominiqueGonzález Vargas, JaimeFlesness, NateCanudas-Romo, VladimirRoberto Salguero-GomezByers, OnnieBerg, Thomas BjørneboeScheuerlein, AlexanderDevillard, SébastienSchigel, Dmitry S.Ryder, Oliver A.Possingham, HughBaudisch, Annette and Vaupel, James W. (2019)Data gaps and opportunities for comparative and conservation biologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences116 19: 9658-9664.doi:10.1073/pnas.1816367116

Corey, BenAndersen, Alan N.Legge, SarahWoinarski, John C. Z.Radford, Ian J. and Perry, Justin J. (2019)Better biodiversity accounting is needed to prevent bioperversity and maximize co-benefits from savanna burningConservation Letters, . doi:10.1111/conl.12685

Correa, Diego F.Beyer, Hawthorne L.Fargione, Joseph E.Hill, Jason D.Possingham, Hugh P.Thomas-Hall, Skye R. and Schenk, Peer M. (2019)Towards the implementation of sustainable biofuel production systemsRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews107 250-263. doi:10.1016/j.rser.2019.03.005

Correa, Diego F.Beyer, Hawthorne L.Possingham, Hugh P.Thomas‐Hall, Skye R. and Schenk, Peer M. (2019)Global mapping of cost‐effective microalgal biofuel production areas with minimal environmental impactGCB Bioenergy11 8: 914-929. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12619

Crespo, Guillermo OrtuñoDunn, Daniel C.Gianni, MatthewGjerde, KristinaWright, Glen and Halpin, Patrick N. (2019)High-seas fish biodiversity is slipping through the governance netNature Ecology and Evolution3 9: 1273-1276. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0981-4

Dannock, R. J.Pays, O.Renaud, P. C.Maron, M. and Goldizen, A. W. (2019)Assessing blue wildebeests’ vigilance, grouping and foraging responses to perceived predation risk using playback experimentsBehavioural Processes164 252-259. doi:10.1016/j.beproc.2019.05.021

Davis, Katrina J.Chadès, IadineRhodes, Jonathan R. and Bode, Michael (2019)General rules for environmental management to prioritise social ecological systems research based on a value of information approachJournal of Applied Ecology56 8: 2079-2090. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13425

Derkley, TessaBiggs, DuanHolden, Matthew and Phillips, Clive (2019)A framework to evaluate animal welfare implications of policies on rhino horn tradeBiological Conservation235 236-249. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.05.004

Dhanjal-Adams, Kiran L.Fuller, Richard A.Murray, Nicholas J.Studds, Colin E.Wilson, Howard B.Milton, David A. and Kendall, Bruce E. (2019)Distinguishing local and global correlates of population change in migratory speciesDiversity and Distributions25 5: 797-808. doi:10.1111/ddi.12884

Di Marco, MorenoFerrier, SimonHarwood, Tom D.Hoskins, Andrew J. and Watson, James Edward (2019)Wilderness areas halve the extinction risk of terrestrial biodiversityNature573 7775: 582-585.doi:10.1038/s41586-019-1567-7

Di Minin, EnricoBrooks, Thomas M.Toivonen, TuuliButchart, Stuart H. M.Heikinheimo, VuokkoWatson, James E. M.Burgess, Neil D.Challender, Daniel W. S.Goettsch, BárbaraJenkins, Richard and Moilanen, Atte (2019)Identifying global centers of unsustainable commercial harvesting of speciesScience Advances5 4: eaau2879. doi:10.1126/sciadv.aau2879

Dunn, Daniel C.Crespo, Guillermo Ortuno and Halpin, Patrick N. (2019).Incorporating the dynamic and connected nature of the open ocean into governance of marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction. In Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor, William W.L. Cheung and Yoshitaka Ota (Ed.), Predicting future oceans: sustainability of ocean and human systems amidst global environmental change (pp. 425-435) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier.doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-817945-1.00041-1

Dunn, Daniel C.Harrison, Autumn-LynnCurtice, CorrieDeLand, SarahDonnelly, BenFujioka, EiHeywood, EleanorKot, Connie Y.Poulin, SarahWhitten, MeredithÅkesson, SusanneAlberini, AmaliaAppeltans, WardArcos, José ManuelBailey, HelenBallance, Lisa T.Block, BarbaraBlondin, HannahBoustany, Andre M.Brenner, JorgeCatry, PauloCejudo, DanielCleary, JesseCorkeron, PeterCosta, Daniel P.Coyne, MichaelCrespo, Guillermo OrtuñoDavies, Tammy E.Dias, Maria P.Douvere, FannyFerretti, FrancescoFormia, AngelaFreestone, DavidFriedlaender, Ari S.Frisch-Nwakanma, HeidrunFroján, Christopher BarrioGjerde, Kristina M.Glowka, LyleGodley, Brendan J.Gonzalez-Solis, JacobGranadeiro, José PedroGunn, VikkiHashimoto, YurikoHawkes, Lucy M.Hays, Graeme C.Hazin, CarolinaJimenez, JorgeJohnson, David E.Luschi, PaoloMaxwell, Sara M.McClellan, CatherineModest, MichelleNotarbartolo di Sciara, GiuseppePalacio, Alejandro HerreroPalacios, Daniel M.Pauly, AndreaRayner, MattRees, Alan F.Salazar, Erick RossSecor, DavidSequeira, Ana M MSpalding, MarkSpina, FernandoVan Parijs, SofieWallace, BryanVaro-Cruz, NuriaVirtue, MelanieWeimerskirch, HenriWilson, LaurieWoodward, Bill and Halpin, Patrick N. (2019)The importance of migratory connectivity for global ocean policyProceedings. Biological sciences286 1911: . doi:10.1098/rspb.2019.1472

Dwyer, Ross G.Campbell, Hamish A.Pillans, Richard D.Watts, Matthew E.Lyon, Barry J.Guru, Siddeswara M.Dinh, Minh N.Possingham, Hugh P. and Franklin, Craig E. (2019)Using individual‐based movement information to identify spatial conservation priorities for mobile speciesConservation Biology, . doi:10.1111/cobi.13328

Fahey, Patrick S.Fensham, Roderick J.Laffineur, Boris and Cook, Lyn G. (2019)Chloris circumfontinalis (Poaceae): A recently discovered species from the saline scalds surrounding artesian springs in north-eastern AustraliaAustralian Systematic Botany32 1: 228-242. doi:10.1071/SB18017

Fahrig, LenoreArroyo-Rodríguez, VíctorBennett, Joseph R.Boucher-Lalonde, VéroniqueCazetta, ElianaCurrie, David J.Eigenbrod, FelixFord, Adam T.Harrison, Susan P.Jaeger, Jochen A.G.Koper, NicolaMartin, Amanda E.Martin, Jean-LouisMetzger, Jean PaulMorrison, PeterRhodes, Jonathan R.Saunders, Denis A.Simberloff, DanielSmith, Adam C.Tischendorf, LutzVellend, Mark and Watling, James I. (2019)Is habitat fragmentation bad for biodiversity?Biological Conservation230 179-186. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2018.12.026

Fensham, Roderick J.Halford, JasonHansen, ChrisLaffineur, Boris and Williams, Billie (2019)Threatened species in a threatened ecosystem: the conservation status of four Solanum species in the face of ongoing habitat lossOryx53 03: 439-449. doi:10.1017/S0030605318001266

Fensham, R. J. and Laffineur, B. (2019)Defining the native and naturalised flora for the Australian continentAustralian Journal of Botany67 1: 55-69. doi:10.1071/BT18168

Fensham, Roderick J.Laffineur, Boris and Allen, Craig D. (2019)To what extent is drought-induced tree mortality a natural phenomenon?Global Ecology and Biogeography28 3: 365-373. doi:10.1111/geb.12858

Fensham, Roderick J.Laffineur, BorisRhodes, Jonathan R. and Silcock, Jennifer L. (2019)Rare plant species do not occupy water-remote refuges in arid environments subject to livestock grazingEcological Applications29 5: e01911. doi:10.1002/eap.1911

Fensham, RodSilcock, JenRhodes, Jonathan and Laffineur, Boris (2019):Survey data for remote habitat plants and water points. UQ eSpace. Dataset. doi:10.14264/uql.2019.294

Firman, Renée C.Ottewell, Kym M.Fisher, Diana O. and Tedeschi, Jamie N. (2019)Range‐wide genetic structure of a cooperative mouse in a semi‐arid zone: evidence for panmixiaJournal of Evolutionary Biology, . doi:10.1111/jeb.13498

Friess, Daniel A.Rogers, KerryleeLovelock, Catherine E.Krauss, Ken W.Hamilton, Stuart E.Lee, Shing YipLucas, RichardPrimavera, JurgenneRajkaran, Anusha and Shi, Suhua (2019)The state of the world's mangrove forests: past, present, and futureAnnual Review of Environment and Resources44 1: 89-115. doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-101718-033302

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Rossberg, Axel G.Barabás, GyörgyPossingham, Hugh P.Pascual, MercedesMarquet, Pablo A.Hui, CangEvans, Matthew R. and Meszéna, Géza (2019)Let's train more theoretical ecologists – Here is whyTrends in Ecology and Evolution34 9: 759-762. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2019.06.004

Roux, Dirk J.Kingsford, Richard T.Cook, Carly N.Carruthers, JaneDickson, Katrina and Hockings, Marc (2019)The case for embedding researchers in conservation agenciesConservation Biology33 6: 1266-1274. doi:10.1111/cobi.13324

Runting, Rebecca K.Ruslandi,Griscom, Bronson W.Struebig, Matthew J.Satar, MusnandaMeijaard, ErikBurivalova, ZuzanaCheyne, Susan M.Deere, Nicolas J.Game, Edward T.Putz, F. E.Wells, Jessie A.Wilting, AndreasAncrenaz, MarcEllis, PeterKhan, Faisal A. A.Leavitt, Sara M.Marshall, Andrew J.Possingham, Hugh P.Watson, James E. M. and Venter, Oscar (2019)Larger gains from improved management over sparing–sharing for tropical forestsNature Sustainability2 1: 53-61. doi:10.1038/s41893-018-0203-0

Saderne, V.Geraldi, N. R.Macreadie, P. I.Maher, D. T.Middelburg, J. J.Serrano, O.Almahasheer, H.Arias-Ortiz, A.Cusack, M.Eyre, B. D.Fourqurean, J. W.Kennedy, H.Krause-Jensen, D.Kuwae, T.Lavery, P. S.Lovelock, C. E.Marba, N.Masqué, P.Mateo, M. A.Mazarrasa, I.McGlathery, K. J.Oreska, M. P.J.Sanders, C. J.Santos, I. R.Smoak, J. M.Tanaya, T.Watanabe, K. and Duarte, C. M. (2019)Role of carbonate burial in Blue Carbon budgetsNature Communications10 1: . doi:10.1038/s41467-019-08842-6

Santini, Nadia S.Lovelock, Catherine E.Hua, QuanZawadzki, AtunMazumder, DebashishMercer, Tim R.Muñoz-Rojas, MiriamHardwick, Simon A.Madala, Bindu SwapnaCornwell, WilliamThomas, TorstenMarzinelli, Ezequiel M.Adam, PaulPaul, Swapan and Vergés, Adriana (2019)Natural and regenerated saltmarshes exhibit similar soil and belowground organic carbon stocks, root production and soil respirationEcosystems, . doi:10.1007/s10021-019-00373-x

Scheele, Ben C.Legge, SarahBlanchard, WadeGarnett, StephenGeyle, HayleyGillespie, GraemeHarrison, PerterLindenmayer, DavidLintermans, MarkRobinson, Natasha and Woinarski, John (2019)Continental-scale assessment reveals inadequate monitoring for threatened vertebrates in a megadiverse countryBiological Conservation235 273-278. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.04.023

ScottHopkins, MaramaGreen, JoMcNamara, SkyeBrace, AngieVass, LorraineSwankie, Linda and McAlpine, Clive A. (2019)The influence of sampling design on spatial data quality in a geographic citizen science projectTransactions in GIS23 6: 1184-1203.doi:10.1111/tgis.12568

Serrano, OscarLovelock, Catherine E.B. Atwood, TrishaMacreadie, Peter I.Canto, RobertPhinn, StuartArias-Ortiz, ArianeBai, LeBaldock, JeffBedulli, CamilaCarnell, PaulConnolly, Rod M.Donaldson, PaulEsteban, AlbaEwers Lewis, Carolyn J.Eyre, Bradley D.Hayes, Matthew A.Horwitz, PierreHutley, Lindsay B.Kavazos, Christopher R. J.Kelleway, Jeffrey J.Kendrick, Gary A.Kilminster, KierynLafratta, AnnaLee, ShingLavery, Paul S.Maher, Damien T.Marbà, NúriaMasque, PereMateo, Miguel A.Mount, RichardRalph, Peter J.Roelfsema, ChrisRozaimi, MohammadRuhon, RadhiyahSalinas, CristianSamper-Villarreal, JimenaSanderman, JonathanJ. Sanders, ChristianSantos, IsaacSharples, ChrisSteven, Andrew D. L.Cannard, ToniTrevathan-Tackett, Stacey M. and Duarte, Carlos M. (2019)Australian vegetated coastal ecosystems as global hotspots for climate change mitigationNature Communications10 1: . doi:10.1038/s41467-019-12176-8

Shanahan, Danielle F.Astell–Burt, ThomasBarber, Elizabeth A.Brymer, EricCox, Daniel T.C.Dean, JulieDepledge, MichaelFuller, Richard A.Hartig, TerryIrvine, Katherine N.Jones, AndyKikillus, HeidyLovell, RebeccaMitchell, RichardNiemelä, JariNieuwenhuijsen, MarkPretty, JulesTownsend, Mardievan Heezik, YolandaWarber, Sara and Gaston, Kevin J. (2019)Nature–based interventions for improving health and wellbeing: the purpose, the people and the outcomesSports7 6: 141. doi:10.3390/sports7060141

Sheil, DouglasBargués-Tobella, AidaIlstedt, UlrikIbisch, Pierre L.Makarieva, AnastassiaMcAlpine, CliveMorris, Cindy E.Murdiyarso, DanielNobre, Antonio D.Poveda, GermánSpracklen, Dominick V.Sullivan, Caroline A.Tuinenburg, Obbe A. and van der Ent, Ruud J. (2019)Forest restoration: Transformative treesScience366 6463: 316-317. doi:10.1126/science.aay7309

Sibarani, Marsya C.Di Marco, MorenoRondinini, Carlo and Kark, Salit (2019)Measuring the surrogacy potential of charismatic megafauna species across taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional diversity on a megadiverse islandJournal of Applied Ecology, . doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13360

Sidik, FridaFernanda Adame, Maria and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2019)Carbon sequestration and fluxes of restored mangroves in abandoned aquaculture pondsJournal of the Indian Ocean Region15 2: 1-16. doi:10.1080/19480881.2019.1605659

Silcock, J. L.Fairfax, R. J. and Fensham, R. J. (2019)Feral fuchsia eating: long-term decline of a palatable shrub in grazed rangelandsJournal of Arid Environments163 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2019.01.006

Silcock, Jennifer L. and Fensham, Rod J. (2019)Degraded or just dusty? Examining ecological change in arid landsBioscience69 7: 508-522. doi:10.1093/biosci/biz054

Silcock, J. L.Field, A. R.Walsh, N. G. and Fensham, R. J. (2019)To name those lost: Assessing extinction likelihood in the Australian vascular floraORYX, . doi:10.1017/S0030605318001357

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Simmonds, J. S. and Watson, J. E. M. (2019)All threatened species habitat is importantAnimal Conservation22 4: 324-325. doi:10.1111/acv.12518

Simmonds, Jeremy S.Watson, James. E. M.Salazar, Alvaro and Maron, Martine (2019)A composite measure of habitat loss for entire assemblages of speciesConservation Biology, . doi:10.1111/cobi.13331

Smith, Robert J.Bennun, LeonBrooks, Thomas M.Butchart, Stuart H. M.Cuttelod, AnnabelleDi Marco, MorenoFerrier, SimonFishpool, Lincoln D. C.Joppa, LucasJuffe‐Bignoli, DiegoKnight, Andrew T.Lamoreux, John F.Langhammer, PennyPossingham, Hugh P.Rondinini, CarloVisconti, PieroWatson, James E. M.Woodley, StephenBoitani, LuigiBurgess, Neil D.Silva, NaamalDudley, NigelFivaz, FabienGame, Edward T.Groves, CraigLötter, MervynMcGowan, JenniferPlumptre, Andrew J.Rebelo, Anthony G.Rodriguez, Jon Paul and Scaramuzza, Carlos A. de M. (2019)Synergies between the key biodiversity area and systematic conservation planning approachesConservation Letters12 1: e12625. doi:10.1111/conl.12625

Sonter, Laura J.Barnes, MeganMatthews, Jeffrey W. and Maron, Martine (2019)Quantifying habitat losses and gains made by U.S. Species Conservation Banks to improve compensation policies and avoid perverse outcomesConservation Letters, e12629. doi:10.1111/conl.12629

Sonter, Laura J.Gordon, AscelinArchibald, CarlaSimmonds, Jeremy S.Ward, MichelleMetzger, Jean PaulRhodes, Jonathan R. and Maron, Martine (2019)Offsetting impacts of development on biodiversity and ecosystem servicesAmbio, . doi:10.1007/s13280-019-01245-3

Staples, Timothy L.Dwyer, John M.England, Jacqueline R. and Mayfield, Margaret M. (2019)Productivity does not correlate with species and functional diversity in Australian reforestation plantings across a wide climate gradientGlobal Ecology and Biogeography, . doi:10.1111/geb.12962

Staples, Timothy L.Dwyer, John M.Wainwright, Claire E. and Mayfield, Margaret M. (2019)Applied ecological research is on the rise but connectivity barriers persist between four major subfieldsJournal of Applied Ecology56 6: 1492-1498. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13373

Timothy StaplesMayfield, Margaret England, Jacqueline R. and Dwyer, John (2019)Comparing the recovery of richness, structure and biomass in naturally regrowing and planted reforestationRestoration Ecology28 2: 347-357.doi:10.1111/rec.13077

Rochelle StevenBarnes, Megan Garnett, Stephen T.Garrard, GeorgiaO'Connor, JamesOliver, Jessica L.Robinson, CathyTulloch, Ayesha and Fuller, Richard (2019)Aligning citizen science with best practice: threatened species conservation in AustraliaConservation Science and Practice1 10: 1-12.doi:10.1111/csp2.100

Stone, Zoë L.Tasker, Elizabeth and Maron, Martine (2019)Patterns of invertebrate food availability and the persistence of an avian insectivore on the brinkAustral Ecology44 4: 680-690. doi:10.1111/aec.12713

Sutherland, William J.Taylor, Nigel G.MacFarlane, DouglasAmano, TatsuyaChristie, Alec P.Dicks, Lynn V.Lemasson, Anaëlle J.Littlewood, Nick A.Martin, Philip A.Ockendon, NancyPetrovan, Silviu O.Robertson, Rebecca J.Rocha, RicardoShackelford, Gorm E.Smith, Rebecca K.Tyler, Elizabeth H.M. and Wordley, Claire F.R. (2019)Building a tool to overcome barriers in research-implementation spaces: The conservation evidence databaseBiological Conservation238 . doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108199

Swales, A.Reeve, G.Cahoon, D. R. and Lovelock, C. E. (2019)Landscape evolution of a fluvial sediment-rich Avicennia marina mangrove forest: insights from seasonal and inter-annual surface-elevation dynamicsEcosystems22 6: 1232-1255. doi:10.1007/s10021-018-0330-5

Tanhua, TosteMcCurdy, AndreaFischer, AlbertAppeltans, WardBax, NicholasCurrie, KimDeYoung, BradDunn, DanielHeslop, EmmaGlover, Linda K.Gunn, JohnHill, KatherineIshii, MasaoLegler, DavidLindstrom, EricMiloslavich, PatriciaMoltmann, TimNolan, GlennPalacz, ArturSimmons, SamanthaSloyan, BernadetteSmith, Leslie M.Smith, NevilleTelszewski, MaciejVisbeck, Martin and Wilkin, John (2019)What We Have Learned From the Framework for Ocean Observing: Evolution of the Global Ocean Observing SystemFrontiers in Marine Science6 . doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00471

Thom, DominikGolivets, MarinaEdling, LauraMeigs, Garrett W.Gourevitch, Jesse D.Sonter, Laura J.Galford, Gillian L. and Keeton, William S. (2019)The climate sensitivity of carbon, timber, and species richness covaries with forest age in boreal–temperate North AmericaGlobal Change Biology25 7: 2446-2458. doi:10.1111/gcb.14656

Tittensor, Derek P.Beger, MariaBoerder, KristinaBoyce, Daniel G.Cavanagh, Rachel D.Cosandey-Godin, AurelieCrespo, Guillermo OrtuñoDunn, Daniel C.Ghiffary, WildanGrant, Susie M.Hannah, LeeHalpin, Patrick N.Harfoot, MikeHeaslip, Susan G.Jeffery, Nicholas W.Kingston, NaomiLotze, Heike K.McGowan, JenniferMcLeod, ElizabethMcOwen, Chris J.O’Leary, Bethan C.Schiller, LaurenneStanley, Ryan R. E.Westhead, MaxineWilson, Kristen L. and Worm, Boris (2019)Integrating climate adaptation and biodiversity conservation in the global oceanScience Advances5 11: eaay9969. doi:10.1126/sciadv.aay9969

Travers, HenrySelinske, MatthewNuno, AnaSerban, AncaMancini, FrancescaBarychka, TatsianaBush, EmmaRasolofoson, Ranaivo A.Watson, James E.M. and Milner-Gulland, E. J. (2019)A manifesto for predictive conservationBiological Conservation237 12-18. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.05.059

Tuda, Arthur OmondiKark, Salit and Newton, Alice (2019)Exploring the prospects for adaptive governance in marine transboundary conservation in East AfricaMarine Policy104 75-84. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2019.02.051

Tulloch, Ayesha I. T.Auerbach, NancyAvery-Gomm, StephanieDickman, Chris R.Fisher, Diana O.Grantham, HedleyHolden, Matthew H.Lavery, Tyrone H.Leseberg, Nicholas P.O’Connor, JamesRoberson, LeslieSmyth, Anita K.Stone, ZoeTulloch, VivitskaiaTurak, ErenWatson, James E. M. and Wardle, Glenda M. (2019)Reply to ‘Consider species specialism when publishing datasets’ and ‘Decision trees for data publishing may exacerbate conservation conflict’Nature Ecology and Evolution3 3: 320-321. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0805-6

Tulloch, Ayesha I. T.Gordon, AscelinRunge, Claire A. and Rhodes, Jonathan R. (2019)Integrating spatially realistic infrastructure impacts into conservation planning to inform strategic environmental assessmentConservation Letters12 4: e12648. doi:10.1111/conl.12648

Venegas‐Li, RubénLevin, NoamMorales‐Barquero, LucíaKaschner, KristinGarilao, Cristina and Kark, Salit (2019)Global assessment of marine biodiversity potentially threatened by offshore hydrocarbon activitiesGlobal Change Biology25 6: 2009-2020. doi:10.1111/gcb.14616

Venter, OscarPossingham, Hugh P. and Watson, James E. M. (2019)The human footprint represents observable human pressures: reply to Kennedy et al.Global Change Biology, . doi:10.1111/gcb.14849

Vilas, Maria P.Adams, Matthew P.Ball, Marilyn C.Meynecke, Jan-OlafSantini, Nadia S.Swales, Andrew and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2019)Night and day: Shrinking and swelling of stems of diverse mangrove species growing along environmental gradientsPLoS One14 9: . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0221950

Visconti, PieroButchart, Stuart H.M.Brooks, Thomas M.Langhammer, Penny F.Marnewick, DanielVergara, SheilaYanosky, AlbertoCrowe, Olivia and Watson, James E.M. (2019) A bold successor to Aichi Target 11−−ResponseScience365 6454: 650-651. doi:10.1126/science.aay2768

Visconti, PieroButchart, Stuart H. M.Brooks, Thomas M.Langhammer, Penny F.Marnewick, DanielVergara, SheilaYanosky, Alberto and Watson, James E. M. (2019) Protected area targets post-2020Science364 6437: 239-241. doi:10.1126/science.aav6886

Wang, XinCao, LeiFox, Anthony D.Fuller, RichardGriffin, LarryMitchell, CarlZhao, YunlinMoon, Oun-KyongCabot, DavidXu, ZhenggangBatbayar, NyambayarKölzsch, Andreavan der Jeugd, Henk P.Madsen, JesperChen, Liding and Nathan, Ran (2019)Stochastic simulations reveal few green wave surfing populations among spring migrating herbivorous waterfowlNature Communications10 . doi:10.1038/s41467-019-09971-8

Ward, MichelleRhodes, Jonathan R.Watson, James E.M.Lefevre, JamesAtkinson, Scott and Possingham, Hugh P. (2019)Use of surrogate species to cost-effectively prioritize conservation actionsConservation Biology, . doi:10.1111/cobi.13430

Ward, MichelleJeremy SimmondsApril ResideWatson, James EdwardRhodes, Jonathan R.Possingham, HughTrezise, JamesFletcher, RachelLindsey File and Taylor, Martin (2019)Lots of loss with little scrutiny: the attrition of habitat critical for threatened species in AustraliaConservation Science and Practice1 11: .doi:10.1111/csp2.117

Watson, James E. M. (2019)Forests are still key to climate actionNature567 7748: 311-311. doi:10.1038/d41586-019-00869-5

Watson, James E. M. and Jones, Julia P. G. (2019)Diverse contributions benefit people and natureNature Ecology and Evolution3 8: 1140-1141. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0936-9

Watson, Keri B.Galford, Gillian L.Sonter, Laura J.Koh, Insu and Ricketts, Taylor H. (2019)Effects of human demand on conservation planning for biodiversity and ecosystem servicesConservation Biology33 4: 942-952. doi:10.1111/cobi.13276

Wauchope, Hannah S.Amano, TatsuyaSutherland, William J. and Johnston, Alison (2019)When can we trust population trends? A method for quantifying the effects of sampling interval and durationMethods in Ecology and Evolution, . doi:10.1111/2041-210x.13302

Wintle, Brendan A.Cadenhead, Natasha C. R.Morgain, Rachel A.Legge, Sarah M.Bekessy, Sarah A.Cantele, MatthewPossingham, Hugh P.Watson, James E. M.Maron, MartineKeith, David A.Garnett, Stephen T.Woinarski, John C. Z. and Lindenmayer, David B. (2019)Spending to save: What will it cost to halt Australia's extinction crisis?Conservation Letters, . doi:10.1111/conl.12682

Woinarski, J. C.Z.Braby, M. F.Burbidge, A. A.Coates, D.Garnett, S. T.Fensham, R. J.Legge, S. M.McKenzie, N. L.Silcock, J. L. and Murphy, B. P. (2019)Reading the black book: The number, timing, distribution and causes of listed extinctions in AustraliaBiological Conservation239 . doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108261

Woodley, StephenBaillie, Jonathan E.M.Dudley, NigelHockings, MarcKingston, NaomiLaffoley, DanLocke, HarveyLubchenco, JaneMacKinnon, KathyMeliane, ImenSala, Enric and Spalding, Mark (2019)A bold successor to Aichi Target 11Science365 6454: 649-650. doi:10.1126/science.aay2131

Woolley, Leigh-AnnGeyle, Hayley M.Murphy, Brett P.Legge, Sarah M.Palmer, RussellDickman, Christopher R.Augusteyn, JohnComer, SarahDoherty, Tim S.Eager, CharlieEdwards, GlennHarley, Dan K.P.Leiper, IanMcDonald, Peter J.McGregor, Hugh W.Moseby, Katherine E.Myers, CeciliaRead, John L.Riley, JoannaStokeld, DanielleTurpin, Jeff M. and Woinarski, John C.Z. (2019)Introduced cats Felis catus eating a continental fauna: inventory and traits of Australian mammal species killedMammal Review, . doi:10.1111/mam.12167

Wright, Boyd R.Albrecht, David E.Silcock, Jennifer L.Hunter, John and Fensham, Roderick J. (2019)Mechanisms behind persistence of a fire-sensitive alternative stable state system in the Gibson Desert, Western AustraliaOecologia191 1: 165-175. doi:10.1007/s00442-019-04474-1

Wright, GlenGjerde, Kristina M.Johnson, David E.Finkelstein, AriaFerreira, Maria AdelaideDunn,              Daniel C.Chaves, Mariamalia Rodriguez and Grehan, Anthony (2019)Marine spatial planning in                    areas beyond national jurisdictionMarine Policy, . doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2018.12.003

Wu, HuiyingLevin, NoamSeabrook, LeonieMoore, Ben and McAlpine, Clive (2019)Mapping foliar nutrition using worldView-3 and worldView-2 to assess koala habitat suitabilityRemote Sensing11 3: 215. doi:10.3390/rs11030215

Wu, RuidongPossingham, Hugh P.Yu, GuangzhiJin, TongWang, JunjunYang, FeilingLiu, ShiliangMa, JianzhongLiu, Xi and Zhao, Haiwei (2019)Strengthening China's national biodiversity strategy to attain an ecological civilizationConservation Letters, e12660. doi:10.1111/conl.12660

Xiao, HuiMcDonald-Madden, EveSabbadin, RégisPeyrard, NathalieDee, Laura E. and Chadès, Iadine (2019)The value of understanding feedbacks from ecosystem functions to species for managing ecosystemsNature Communications10 1: 3901. doi:10.1038/s41467-019-11890-7

Xie, ZunyiHuete, AlfredoCleverly, JamesPhinn, StuartMcDonald-Madden, EveCao, Yanping and Qin, Fen (2019)Multi-climate mode interactions drive hydrological and vegetation responses to hydroclimatic extremes in AustraliaRemote Sensing of Environment231 . doi:10.1016/j.rse.2019.111270

Xie, ZunyiPhinn, Stuart R.Game, Edward T.Pannell, David J.Hobbs, Richard J.Briggs, Peter R. and McDonald-Madden, Eve (2019)Using Landsat observations (1988–2017) and Google Earth Engine to detect vegetation cover changes in rangelands - A first step towards identifying degraded lands for conservationRemote Sensing of Environment232 111317. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2019.111317

Xiong, YanmeiCakir, RoxelanePhan, Sang MinhOla, AnneKrauss, Ken W. and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2019)Global patterns of tree stem growth and stand aboveground wood production in mangrove forestsForest Ecology and Management444 382-392. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2019.04.045

Xiong, YanmeiOla, AnnePhan, Sang MinhWu, Jingtao and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2019)Soil structure and its relationship to shallow soil subsidence in coastal wetlandsEstuaries and Coasts42 8: 2114-2123. doi:10.1007/s12237-019-00659-2

Zamora-Gutierrez, VeronicaAmano, Tatsuya and Jones, Kate E. (2019)Spatial and taxonomic biases in bat records: drivers and conservation implications in a megadiverse countryEcology and Evolution, . doi:10.1002/ece3.5848

            

2018

Adame, M. F.Najera, E.Lovelock, C. E. and Brown, C. J. (2018)Avoided emissions and conservation of scrub mangroves: potential for a Blue Carbon project in the Gulf of California, MexicoBiology Letters14 12: . doi:10.1098/rsbl.2018.0400

Amano, TatsuyaButt, Isabel and Peh, Kelvin S. -H. (2018)The importance of green spaces to public health: a multi-continental analysisEcological Applications28 6: 1473-1480. doi:10.1002/eap.1748

Amano, TatsuyaSzekely, TamasSandel, BrodyNagy, SzabolcsMundkur, TaejLangendoen, TomBlanco, DanielSoykan, Candan U. and Sutherland, William J. (2018)Successful conservation of global waterbird populations depends on effective governanceNature553 7687: 199-202. doi:10.1038/nature25139

Althor, GlennMahood, SimonWitt, BraddColvin, Rebecca M. and Watson, James E. M. (2018)Large-scale environmental degradation results in inequitable impacts to already impoverished communities: A case study from the floating villages of CambodiaAmbio47 7: 1-13. doi:10.1007/s13280-018-1022-2

Arias-Ortiz, ArianeMasque, PereGarcia-Orellana, JordiSerrano, OscarMazarrasa, InesMarba, NuriaLovelock, Catherine E.Lavery, Paul S. and Duarte, Carlos M. (2018)Reviews and syntheses: 210Pb-derived sediment and carbon accumulation rates in vegetated coastal ecosystems - setting the record straightBiogeosciences15 22: 6791-6818. doi:10.5194/bg-15-6791-2018

Arlidge, William N. S.Bull, Joseph W.Addison, Prue F. E.Burgass, Michael J.Gianuca, DimasGorham, Taylor M.Jacob, CélineShumway, NicoleSinclair, Samuel P.Watson, James E. M.Wilcox, Chris and Milner-Gulland, E. J. (2018)A global mitigation hierarchy for nature conservationBioScience68 5: 336-347. doi:10.1093/biosci/biy029

Atwood, Trisha B.Connolly, Rod M.Almahasheer, HananCarnell, Paul E.Duarte, Carlos M.Lewis, Carolyn J. EwersIrigoien, XabierKelleway, Jeffrey J.Lavery, Paul S.Macreadie, Peter I.Serrano, OscarSanders, Christian J.Santos, IsaacSteven, Andrew D. L. and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2018)Author Correction: Global patterns in mangrove soil carbon stocks and losses (vol 7, pg 523, 2017)Nature Climate Change8 3: 257-257. doi:10.1038/s41558-017-0019-3

Atwood, Trisha B.Madin, Elizabeth M.P.Harborne, Alastair R.Hammill, EddLuiz, Osmar J.Ollivier, Quinn R.Roelfsema, Chris M.Macreadie, Peter I. and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2018)Predators shape sedimentary organic carbon storage in a coral reef ecosystemFrontiers in Ecology and Evolution6 . doi:10.3389/fevo.2018.00110

Austin, BeauRobinson, CatherineFitzsimons, JamesSandford, MarcusEns, EmilieMacdonald, JenniferHockings, MarcHinchley, DavidMcDonald, FergusCorrigan, ColleenKennett, RodHunter-Xenie, Hmalan and Garnett, Stephen (2018)Integrated measures of indigenous land and sea management effectiveness: challenges and opportunities for improved conservation partnerships in AustraliaConservation and Society16 3: 372-384. doi:10.4103/cs.cs-16-123

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Simmons, B. AlexanderLaw, Elizabeth A.Marcos-Martinez, RaymundoBryan, Brett A.McAlpine, Clive and Wilson, Kerrie A. (2018)Spatial and temporal patterns of land clearing during policy changeLand Use Policy75 399-410. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.03.049

Sinclair, Samuel P.Milner-Gulland, E. J.Smith, Robert J.McIntosh, Emma J.Possingham, Hugh P.Vercammen, Ans and Knight, Andrew T. (2018)The use, and usefulness, of spatial conservation prioritizationsConservation Letters11 6: . doi:10.1111/conl.12459

Sippo, James Z.Lovelock, Catherine E.Santos, Isaac R.Sanders, Christian J. and Maher, Damien T. (2018)Mangrove mortality in a changing climate: an overviewEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science215 241-249. doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2018.10.011

Sonter, Laura J.Ali, Saleem H. and Watson, James E. M. (2018)Mining and biodiversity: key issues and research needs in conservation scienceProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences285 1892: 20181926. doi:10.1098/rspb.2018.1926

Sonter, Laura J.Gourevitch, JesseKoh, InsuNicholson, Charles C.Richardson, Leif L.Schwartz, Aaron J.Singh, Nitin K.Watson, Keri B.Maron, Martine and Ricketts, Taylor H. (2018)Biodiversity offsets may miss opportunities to mitigate impacts on ecosystem servicesFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment16 3: 143-148. doi:10.1002/fee.1781

Steppe, KathyVandegehuchte, Maurits W.Van de Wal, Bart A. E.Hoste, PieterGuyot, AdrienLovelock, Catherine E. and Lockington, David A. (2018)Direct uptake of canopy rainwater causes turgor-driven growth spurts in the mangrove Avicennia marinaTree Physiology38 7: 979-991. doi:10.1093/treephys/tpy024

Stone, Zoë L.Tasker, Elizabeth and Maron, Martine (2018)Grassy patch size and structure are important for northern eastern bristlebird persistence in a dynamic ecosystemEmu118 3: 269-280. doi:10.1080/01584197.2018.1425628

Strassburg, Bernardo B. N.Beyer, Hawthorne L.Crouzeilles, RenatoIribarrem, AlvaroBarros, Felipede Siqueira, Marinez FerreiraSánchez-Tapia, AndreaBalmford, AndrewSansevero, Jerônimo Boelsums BarretoBrancalion, Pedro Henrique SantinBroadbent, Eben NorthChazdon, Robin L.Filho, Ary OliveiraGardner, Toby A.Gordon, AscelinLatawiec, AgnieszkaLoyola, RafaelMetzger, Jean PaulMills, MorenaPossingham, Hugh P.Rodrigues, Ricardo RibeiroScaramuzza, Carlos Alberto de MattosScarano, Fabio RubioTambosi, Leandro and Uriarte, Maria (2018)Strategic approaches to restoring ecosystems can triple conservation gains and halve costsNature Ecology and Evolution3 1: 62-70. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0743-8

Suárez-Castro, Andrés FelipeSimmonds, Jeremy S.Mitchell, Matthew G. E.Maron, Martine and Rhodes, Jonathan R. (2018)The Scale-Dependent Role of Biological Traits in Landscape Ecology: A ReviewCurrent Landscape Ecology Reports3 1: 12-22. doi:10.1007/s40823-018-0031-y

Takashina, NaoBeger, MariaKusumoto, BuntarouRathnayake, Suren and Possingham, Hugh P. (2018)A theory for ecological survey methods to map individual distributionsTheoretical Ecology11 3: 379-381. doi:10.1007/s12080-018-0383-2

Takashina, NaoKusumoto, BuntarouBeger, MariaRathnayake, Suren and Possingham, Hugh P. (2018)Spatially explicit approach to estimation of total population abundance in field surveysJournal of Theoretical Biology453 88-95. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2018.05.013

Tanner-McAllister, Sherri L.Rhodes, Jonathan R. and Hockings, Marc (2018)A comparison of climate change impacts on park values on four Queensland World Heritage National Parks in AustraliaAustralasian Journal of Environmental Management25 3: 267-284. doi:10.1080/14486563.2018.1431158

Toon, A.Sacre, E.Fensham, R. J. and Cook, L. G. (2018)Immigrant and native? The case of the swamp foxtail Cenchrus purpurascens in AustraliaDiversity and Distributions24 8: 1169-1181. doi:10.1111/ddi.12751

Towers, Isaac. R. and Dwyer, John. M. (2018)Regional climate and local-scale biotic acceptance explain native–exotic richness relationships in Australian annual plant communitiesProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences285 1886: . doi:10.1098/rspb.2018.1328

Tulloch, Ayesha I. T.Auerbach, NancyAvery-Gomm, StephanieBayraktarov, ElisaButt, NathalieDickman, Chris R.Ehmke, GlennFisher, Diana O.Grantham, HedleyHolden, Matthew H.Lavery, Tyrone H.Leseberg, Nicholas P.Nicholls, MilesO'Connor, JamesRoberson, LeslieSmyth, Anita K.Stone, ZoeTulloch, VivitskaiaTurak, ErenWardle, Glenda M. and Watson, James E. M. (2018)A decision tree for assessing the risks and benefits of publishing biodiversity dataNature Ecology & Evolution2 8: 1209-1217. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0608-1

Tulloch, Ayesha I. T.McDonald, JaneCosier, PeterSbrocchi, CarlaStein, JohnLindenmayer, David and Possingham, Hugh P. (2018)Using ideal distributions of the time since habitat was disturbed to build metrics for evaluating landscape conditionEcological Applications28 3: 709-720. doi:10.1002/eap.1676

Van Cuong, ChuDart, PeterDudley, Nigel and Hockings, Marc (2018)Building Stakeholder Awareness and Engagement Strategy to Enhance Biosphere Reserve Performance and Sustainability: The Case of Kien Giang, VietnamEnvironmental Management62 5: 877-891. doi:10.1007/s00267-018-1094-6

Ward, MichellePossingham, HughRhodes, Jonathan R. and Mumby, Peter (2018)Food, money and lobsters: Valuing ecosystem services to align environmental management with Sustainable Development GoalsEcosystem Services29 Part A: 56-69. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.10.023

Watson, James E MEvans, TomVenter, OscarWilliams, BrookeTulloch, AyeshaStewart, ClaireThompson, IanRay, Justina CMurray, KrisSalazar, AlvaroMcAlpine, ClivePotapov, PeterWalston, JoeRobinson, John GPainter, MichaelWilkie, DavidFilardi, ChristopherLaurance, William FHoughton, Richard AMaxwell, SeanGrantham, HedleySamper, CristiánWang, StephanieLaestadius, LarsRunting, Rebecca KSilva-Chávez, Gustavo AErvin, Jamison and Lindenmayer, David (2018)The exceptional value of intact forest ecosystemsNature ecology & evolution2 4: 1-12. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0490-x

Watson, James E. M.Venter, OscarLee, JasmineJones, Kendall R.Robinson, John G.Possingham, Hugh P. and Allan, James R. (2018)Protect the last of the wildNature563 7729: 27-30. doi:10.1038/d41586-018-07183-6

Wauchope, Hannah S.Fuller, Richard A.Shanahan, Danielle F. and Shaw, Justine D. (2018)Restoring islands and identifying source populations for introductionsConservation Biology, . doi:10.1111/cobi.13224

Wenger, Amelia S.Adams, Vanessa M.Iacona, Gwenllian D.Lohr, CherylPressey, Robert L.Morris, Keith and Craigie, Ian D. (2018)Estimating realistic costs for strategic management planning of invasive species eradications on islandsBiological Invasions20 5: 1287-1305. doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1627-6

Wenger, Amelia S.Atkinson, ScottSantini, TalithaFalinski, KimHutley, NicholasAlbert, SimonHorning, NedWatson, James E. M.Mumby, Peter J. and Jupiter, Stacy D. (2018)Predicting the impact of logging activities on soil erosion and water quality in steep, forested tropical islandsEnvironmental Research Letters13 4: 044035. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aab9eb

Wenger, Amelia S.Rawson, Christopher A.Wilson, ShaunNewman, Stephen J.Travers, Michael J.Atkinson, ScottBrowne, NicolaClarke, DouglasDepczynski, MartialErftemeijer, Paul L. A.Evans, Richard D.Hobbs, Jean-Paul A.McIlwain, Jennifer L.McLean, Dianne L.Saunders, Benjamin J. and Harvey, Euan (2018)Management strategies to minimize the dredging impacts of coastal development on fish and fisheriesConservation Letters11 5: e12572. doi:10.1111/conl.12572

Wheatley, RebeccaClemente, Christofer J.Niehaus, Amanda C.Fisher, Diana O. and Wilson, Robbie S. (2018)Surface friction alters the agility of a small Australian marsupialThe Journal of Experimental Biology221 Pt 8: jeb172544. doi:10.1242/jeb.172544

Wheatley, RebeccaNiehaus, Amanda C.Fisher, Diana O. and Wilson, Robbie S. (2018)Ecological context and the probability of mistakes underlie speed choiceFunctional Ecology32 4: 990-1000. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.13036

Wilkerson, Marit L.Mitchell, Matthew G. E.Shanahan, DanielleWilson, Kerrie A.Ives, Christopher D.Lovelock, Catherine E. and Rhodes, Jonathan R. (2018)The role of socio-economic factors in planning and managing urban ecosystem servicesEcosystem Services31 102-110. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2018.02.017

Woinarski, JohnLegge, Sarah and Dickman, ChrisCats in Australia : Companion and Killer. Clayton South, VIC, Australia: CSIRO Publishing, 2019. doi:10.1071/9781486308446

Woinarski, J. C. Z.Murphy, B. P.Palmer, R.Legge, S. M.Dickman, C. R.Doherty, T. S.Edwards, G.Nankivell, A.Read, J. L. and Stokeld, D. (2018)How many reptiles are killed by cats in Australia?Wildlife Research45 3: 247-266. doi:10.1071/WR17160

Xiao, HuiDee, Laura E.Chades, IadinePeyrard, NathalieSabbadin, RegisStringer, Martin and McDonald-Madden, Eve (2018)Win-wins for biodiversity and ecosystem service conservation depend on the trophic levels of the species providing servicesJournal of Applied Ecology55 5: 2160-2170. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13192

 

2017

Akasaka, MunemitsuKadoya, TakuIshihama, FumikoFujita, Taku and Fuller, Richard A. (2017)Smart protected area placement decelerates biodiversity loss: A representation-extinction feedback leads Rare species to extinctionConservation Letters10 5: 539-546. doi:10.1111/conl.12302

Allan, James R.Grossmann, FalkCraig, RobNelson, AlastairMaina, JosephFlower, KathleenBampton, JamesDeffontaines, Jean-BaptisteMiguel, CornelioAraquechande, Baldeu and Watson, James E.M. (2017)Patterns of forest loss in one of Africa's last remaining wilderness areas: Niassa national reserve (northern Mozambique)Parks23 2: 40-50. doi:10.2305/IUCN.CH.2017.PARKS-23-2JRA.en

Allan, James R.Kormos, CyrilJaeger, TilmanVenter, OscarBertzky, BastianShi, YichuanMackey, Brendanvan Merm, RemcoOsipova, Elena and Watson, James E.M. (2017)Gaps and opportunities for the World Heritage Convention to contribute to global wilderness conservationConservation Biology32 1: 116-126. doi:10.1111/cobi.12976

Allan, James R.Shi, YichuanBertzky, BastianJaeger, TilmanVenter, OscarMackey, Brendanvan Merm, RemcoOsipova, ElenaWatson, James Edward and Kormos, Cyril F. (2017).Current wilderness coverage on the World Heritage list: broad gaps and opportunities. In Cyril F. Kormos, Tim Badman, Tilman Jaeger, Bastian Bertzky, Remco van Merm, Elena Osipova, Yichuan Shi and Peter Bille Larsen (Ed.), World heritage, wilderness and large landscapes and seascapes (pp. 27-47) Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. doi:10.2305/IUCN.CH.2017.06

Allan, James R.Venter, OscarMaxwell, SeanBertzky, BastianJones, KendallShi, Yichuan and Watson, James E. M. (2017)Recent increases in human pressure and forest loss threaten many Natural World Heritage SitesBiological Conservation206 47-55. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2016.12.011

Allan, James R.Venter, Oscar and Watson, James E. M. (2017)Temporally inter-comparable maps of terrestrial wilderness and the Last of the WildScientific Data4 1-8. doi:10.1038/sdata.2017.187

Allan, James and Watson, James (2017, July 03).Earth’s wildernesses are disappearing, and not enough of them are World Heritage-listedThe Conversation, .

Allan, JamesWatson, JamesBertzky, Bastian and Jaeger, Tilman (2017)It’s time for the World Heritage Convention to step up protection of globally significant wilderness areasNational Geographic Blog, .

Archibald, Carla L.McKinney, MatthewMustin, KarenShanahan, Danielle F. and Possingham, Hugh P. (2017)Assessing the impact of revegetation and weed control on urban sensitive bird speciesEcology and Evolution7 12: 4200-4208. doi:10.1002/ece3.2960

Asefa, AddisuDavies, Andrew B.McKechnie, Andrew E.Kinahan, Anouska A. and van Rensburg, Berndt J. (2017)Effects of anthropogenic disturbance on bird diversity in Ethiopian montane forestsCondor119 3: 416-430. doi:10.1650/CONDOR-16-81.1

Atwood, Trisha B.Connolly, Rod M.Almahasheer, HananCarnell, Paul E.Duarte, Carlos M.Lewis, Carolyn J. EwersIrigoien, XabierKelleway, Jeffrey J.Lavery, Paul S.Macreadie, Peter I.Serrano, OscarSanders, Christian J.Santos, IsaacSteven, Andrew D. L. and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2017)Global patterns in mangrove soil carbon stocks and lossesNature Climate Change7 7: 523-528. doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE3326

Bayraktarov, ElisaSaunders, MeganMumby, PeterPossingham, HughAbdullah, Sabah and Lovelock, Catherine E. (2017)Response to “Rebutting the inclined analyses on the cost-effectiveness and feasibility of coral reef restoration”Ecological Applications27 6: 1974-1980. doi:10.1002/eap.1583

Bell-James, Justine and Huggins, Anna (2017)Compliance with statutory directives and the negligence liability of public authorities: climate change and coastal developmentEnvironmental and Planning Law Journal34 5: 398-417.

Bennett, Joseph R.Maloney, Richard F.Sleeves, Tammy E.Brazill-Boast, JamesPossingham, Hugh P. and Seddon, Philip J. (2017)Spending limited resources on de-extinction could lead to net biodiversity lossNature Ecology & Evolution1 4: 1-4. doi:10.1038/s41559-016-0053

Biggs, DuanHolden, Matthew H.Braczkowski, AlexCook, Carly N.Milner-Gulland, E. J.Phelps, JacobScholes, Robert J.Smith, Robert J.Underwood, Fiona M.Adams, Vanessa M.Allan, JamesBrink, H.Cooney, R.Gao, Y.Hutton, J.Macdonald-Madden, EveMaron, MartineRedford, Kent H.Sutherland, William J. and Possingham, Hugh P. (2017)Breaking the deadlock on ivoryScience358 6369: 1378-1381. doi:10.1126/science.aan5215

Bishop, Tom R.Robertson, Mark P.van Rensburg, Berndt J. and Parr, Catherine (2017)Coping with the cold: minimum temperatures and thermal tolerances dominate the ecology of mountain antsEcological Entomology42 2: 105-114. doi:10.1111/een.12364

Bland, Lucie M.Bielby, JonKearney, StephenOrme, C. David L.Watson, James E. M. and Collen, Ben (2017)Towards reassessing data-deficient speciesConservation Biology31 3: 531-539. doi:10.1111/cobi.12850

Boakes, Elizabeth HIsaac, Nicholas J BFuller, Richard AMace, Georgina M and McGowan, Philip J K (2017)Examining the relationship between local extinction risk and position in rangeConservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology32 1: 229-239. doi:10.1111/cobi.12979

Bonebrake, Timothy C. Brown, Christopher J. Bell, Johann D. Blanchard, Julia L. Chauvenet, AlienorChampion, CurtisChen, I-ChingClark, Timothy D. Colwell, Robert K. Danielsen, FinnDell, Anthony I. Donelson, Jennifer M. Evengard, BirgittaFerrier, SimonFrusher, StewartGarcia, Raquel A. Griffis, Roger B.Hobday, Alistair J. Jarzyna, Marta A. Lee, EmmaLenoir, JonathanLinnetved, HlifMartin, Victoria Y. Mccormack, Phillipa C. Mcdonald, JanMcdonald-Madden, EveMitchell, NicolaMustonen, TeroPandolfi, John M. Pettorelli, NathaliePossingham, HughPulsifer, PeterReynolds, MarkScheffers, Brett R. Sorte, Cascade J. B. Strugnell, Jan M. Tuanmu, Mao-NingTwiname, SamanthaVerges, AdrianaVillanueva, CeciliaWapstra, ErikWernberg, Thomas and Pecl, Gretta T. (2017)Managing consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social scienceBiological Reviews93 1: 284-305. doi:10.1111/brv.12344

Bowman, David M. J. S.Garnett, Stephen T.Barlow, SnowBekessy, Sarah A.Bellairs, Sean M.Bishop, Melanie J.Bradstock, Ross A.Jones, Darryl N.Maxwell, Sean L.Pittock, JamieToral-Granda, Maria V.Watson, James E. M.Wilson, TomZander, Kerstin K. and Hughes, Lesley (2017)Renewal ecology: conservation for the AnthropoceneRestoration Ecology25 5: 674-680. doi:10.1111/rec.12560

Brown, Christopher J.Jupiter, Stacy D.Albert, SimonKlein, Carissa J.Mangubhai, SangeetaMaina, Joseph M.Mumby, PeterOlley, JonStewart-Koster, BenTulloch, Vivitskaia and Wenger, Amelia (2017)Tracing the influence of land-use change on water quality and coral reefs using a Bayesian modelScientific Reports7 4740: 4740. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-05031-7

Brown, Christopher J.Jupiter, Stacy D.Lin, Hsien-YungAlbert, SimonKlein, CarissaMaina, Joseph M.Tulloch, Vivitskaia J. D.Wenger, Amelia S. and Mumby, Peter J. (2017)Habitat change mediates the response of coral reef fish populations to terrestrial run-offMarine Ecology - Progress Series576 55-68. doi:10.3354/meps12221

Campos-Arceiz, AhimsaPrimack, Richard B.Miller-Rushing, Abraham J. and Maron, Martine (2017)Striking underrepresentation of biodiversity-rich regions among editors of conservation journalsBiological Conservation220 330-333. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.07.028

Carretero-Pinzon, XyomaraDefler, Thomas R.McAlpine, Clive A. and Rhodes, Jonathan R. (2017)The influence of landscape relative to site and patch variables on primate distributions in the Colombian LlanosLandscape Ecology32 4: 1-14. doi:10.1007/s10980-017-0493-z

Carroll, CarlosHartl, BrettGoldman, Gretchen T.Rohlf, Daniel J.Treves, AdrianKerr, Jeremy T.Ritchie, Euan G.Kingsford, Richard T.Gibbs, Katherine E.Maron, Martine and Watson, James E. M. (2017)Defending the scientific integrity of conservation-policy processesConservation Biology31 5: 967-975. doi:10.1111/cobi.12958

Carvalho, Silvia B.Velo-Anton, GuillermoTarroso, PedroPortela, Ana PaulaBarata, MafaldaCarranza, SalvadorMoritz, Craig and Possingham, Hugh P. (2017)Spatial conservation prioritization of biodiversity spanning the evolutionary continuumNature Ecology and Evolution1 6: 151. doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0151

Castro-Sanguino, CarolinaLovelock, Catherine and Mumby, Peter J. (2017)Factors affecting tolerance to herbivory in a calcifying alga on coral reefsMarine Biology164 2: . doi:10.1007/s00227-016-3062-0

Chapman, SarahWatson, James E. M.Salazar, AlvaroThatcher, Marcus and McAlpine, Clive A. (2017)The impact of urbanization and climate change on urban temperatures: a systematic reviewLandscape Ecology32 10: 1921-1935. doi:10.1007/s10980-017-0561-4

Charles, Lachlan S.Dwyer, John M. and Mayfield, Margaret M. (2017)Rainforest seed rain into abandoned tropical Australian pasture is dependent on adjacent rainforest structure and extentAustral Ecology42 2: 238-249. doi:10.1111/aec.12426

Charles, Lachlan S.Dwyer, John M.Smith, Tobias J.Connors, SophieMarschner, Petra and Mayfield, Margaret M. (2017)Species wood density and the location of planted seedlings drive early-stage seedling survival during tropical forest restorationJournal of Applied Ecology55 2: 1009-1018. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13031

Chauvenet, Alienor L. M.Kuempel, Caitlin D.McGowan, JenniferBeger, Maria and Possingham, Hugh P. (2017)Methods for calculating protection equality for conservation planningPLoS One12 2: e0171591. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0171591

Collett, Rachael A. and Fisher, Diana O. (2017)Time-lapse camera trapping as an alternative to pitfall trapping for estimating activity of leaf litter arthropodsEcology and Evolution7 18: 7527-7533. doi:10.1002/ece3.3275

Cook, Carly N.Nichols, Susan J.Webb, J. AngusFuller, Richard A. and Richards, Rob M. (2017)Cutting through the complexity to aid evidence synthesis. A response to Haddaway and DicksBiological Conservation218 291-292. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.12.005

Cook, Carly N.Nichols, Susan J.Webb, J. AngusFuller, Richard A. and Richards, Rob M. (2017)Simplifying the selection of evidence synthesis methods to inform environmental decisions: a guide for decision makers and scientistsBiological Conservation213 135-145. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.07.004

Correa, Diego F.Beyer, Hawthorne L.Possingham, Hugh P.Thomas-Hall, Skye R. and Schenk, Peer M. (2017)Biodiversity impacts of bioenergy production: microalgae vs. first generation biofuelsRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews74 1131-1146. doi:10.1016/j.rser.2017.02.068

Corrigan, ColleenJ. Robinson, CatherineBurgess, Neil D.Kingston, Naomi and Hockings, Marc (2017)Global Review of Social Indicators used in Protected Area Management EvaluationConservation Letters11 2: 1-9. doi:10.1111/conl.12397

Cosgrove, Anita J.McWhorter, Todd J. and Maron, Martine (2017)Using individual-condition measures to predict the long-term importance of habitat extent for population persistenceConservation Biology31 5: 1141-1151. doi:10.1111/cobi.12903

Cowie, Annette L.Orr, Barron J.Castillo Sanchez, Victor M.Chasek, PamelaCrossman, Neville D.Erlewein, AlexanderLouwagie, GeertruiMaron, MartineMetternicht, Graciela I.Minelli, SaraTengberg, Anna E.Walter, Sven and Welton, Shelley (2017)Land in balance: The scientific conceptual framework for Land Degradation NeutralityEnvironmental Science and Policy79 25-35. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2017.10.011

Cox, Daniel T. C.Hudson, Hannah L.Shanahan, Danielle F.Fuller, Richard A. and Gaston, Kevin J. (2017)The rarity of direct experiences of nature in an urban populationLandscape and Urban Planning160 79-84. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2016.12.006

Cox, Daniel T. C.Shanahan, Danielle F.Hudson, Hannah L.Plummer, Kate E.Siriwardena, Gavin M.Fuller, Richard A.Anderson, KarenHancock, Steven and Gaston, Kevin J. (2017)Doses of neighborhood nature: the benefits for mental health of living with natureBioscience67 2: 147-155. doi:10.1093/biosci/biw173

Crespo, Guillermo Ortuño and Dunn, Daniel C. (2017)A review of the impacts of fisheries on open-ocean ecosystemsICES Journal of Marine Science74 9: 2283-2297. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsx084

Cuong, Chu VanDart, PeterDudley, Nigel and Hockings, Marc (2017)Factors influencing successful implementation of biosphere reserves in Vietnam: challenges, opportunities and lessons learntEnvironmental Science and Policy67 16-26. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2016.10.002

Davies, Tegan K. R.Lovelock, Catherine E.Pettit, Neil E. and Grierson, Pauline F. (2017)Short-term microbial respiration in an arid zone mangrove soil is limited by availability of gallic acid, phosphorus and ammoniumSoil Biology and Biochemistry115 73-81. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2017.08.010

Deb, Jiban ChandraPhinn, StuartButt, Nathalie and McAlpine, Clive A. (2017)Climatic-induced shifts in the distribution of teak (Tectona grandis) in tropical Asia: implications for forest management and planningEnvironmental Management60 3: 422-435. doi:10.1007/s00267-017-0884-6

Deb, Jiban C. Phinn, StuartButt, Nathalie and Mcalpine, Clive A. (2017)The impact of climate change on the distribution of two threatened Dipterocarp treesEcology and Evolution7 7: 2238-2248. doi:10.1002/ece3.2846

Jiban DebPhinn, Stuart R.Butt, Nathalie and McAlpine, Clive A. (2017):Summary of climate change impacts on tree species distribution, phenology, forest structure and composition for each of the 85 studies reviewed. The University of Queensland. Dataset. doi:10.14264/uql.2017.814

Dee, Laura E.Allesina, StefanoBonn, AlettaEklof, AnnaGaines, Steven D.Hines, JesJacob, UteMcDonald-Madden, EvePossingham, HughSchroter, Matthias and Thompson, Ross M. (2017)Operationalizing network theory for ecosystem service assessmentsTrends in Ecology and Evolution32 2: 118-130. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2016.10.011

Dhanjal-Adams, Kiran L. Klaassen, MarcelNicol, SamPossingham, Hugh P. Chades, Iadine and Fuller, Richard A. (2017)Setting conservation priorities for migratory networks under uncertaintyConservation Biology31 3: 646-656. doi:10.1111/cobi.12842

Di Fonzo, Martina M.I.Nicol, SamPossingham, Hugh P.Flakus, SamanthaWest, Judith G.Failing, LeeLong, Graham and Walshe, Terry (2017)Cost-effective resource allocator: a decision support tool for threatened species managementParks23 1: 101-113. doi:10.2305/IUCN.CH.2017.PARKS-23-1MMIDF.en

Di Marco, MorenoChapman, SarahAlthor, GlennKearney, StephenBesancon, CharlesButt, NathalieMaina, Joseph M. Possingham, Hugh P. Bieberstein, Katharina Rogalla vonVenter, Oscar and Watson, James E. M. (2017)Changing trends and persisting biases in three decades of conservation scienceGlobal Ecology and Conservation10 32-42. doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2017.01.008

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