Scientific Papers


Gut-content and stable-isotope analyses provide complementary understanding of ontogenetic dietary shifts and trophic relationships among fishes in a tropical river

Freshwater Biology, Pusey, BJ, Jardine, TD, Davis, AM, Blanchett, ML, Pearson, RG, 08/2012

Carbon from periphyton supports fish biomass in waterholes of a wet-dry tropical river

Jardine, T., Hunt, R., Faggotter, S., Valdez, D., Burford, M., & Bunn, S. (2013). Carbon from periphyton supports fish biomass in waterholes of a wet–dry tropical river. River Research and Applications, 29(5), 560-573. doi: 10.1002/rra.2554

Carbon from periphyton supports fish biomass in waterholes of a wet-dry tropical river
Assessing the seasonal dynamics of inundation, turbidity and aquatic vegetation in the Australian wet-dry tropics using optical remote sensing

Ward, D., Hamilton, S., Jardine, T., Pettit, N., Tews, E., Olley, J., & Bunn, S. (2013). Assessing the seasonal dynamics of inundation, turbidity, and aquatic vegetation in the Australian wet–dry tropics using optical remote sensing. Ecohydrology, 6(2), 312-323. doi: 10.1002/eco.1270

Assessing the seasonal dynamics of inundation, turbidity and aquatic vegetation in the Australian wet-dry tropics using optical remote sensing
Productivity, disturbance and ecosystem size have no influence on food chain length in seasonally connected rivers

Warfe, D., Jardine, T., Pettit, N., Hamilton, S., Pusey, B., Bunn, S., Davies, P. and Douglas, M. 2013. Productivity, Disturbance and Ecosystem Size Have No Influence on Food Chain Length in Seasonally Connected Rivers. PLoS One,8(6):1-11. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0066240

Omnivory and opportunism characterize food webs in a large dry-tropics river system
Understanding and overcoming baseline isotopic variability in running waters
Organic matter sources and size structuring in stream invertebrate food webs across a tropical to temperate gradient
Working Knowledge: characterising collective indigenous, scientific, and local knowledge about the ecology, hydrology and geomorphology of Oriners Station, Cape York Peninsula, Australia

The Rangeland Journa, Barber, M, Jackson, S, Shellberg, J, Sinnamon, S, 12/2013

Banning Indigenous hunting won’t help dugongs

The Conversation, Altman, J, Kerins, S, 2013

Ongoing unraveling of a continental fauna: Decline and extinction of Australian mammals since European settlement
Conservation of the Patchily Distributed and Declining Purple-Crowned Fairy-Wren (Malurus coronatus coronatus) across a Vast Landscape: The Need for a Collaborative Landscape-Scale Approach
Monitoring indicates greater resilience for birds than for mammals in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia.
Evaluating the status of species using Indigenous knowledge: novel evidence for major native mammal declines in northern Australia
The illusion of nature: perception and the reality of natural landscapes, as illustrated by vertebrate fauna in the Northern Territory, Australia

Ecological Management and Restoration, Woinarski, JCZ, 01/2014

The impacts of fire on birds in Australia’s tropical savannas

Emu, Woinarski, JCZ, Legge, S, 09/2013

Fire management in the central Kimberley (EcoFire): delivering measurable results by integrating science and land management in a cost-effective model

Innovation for 21st Century Conservation, Legge, S, Fleming, A, ISBN: 978-0-9871654-1-1

Improving biodiversity monitoring

Austral Ecology, Lindenmayer, D, Gibbons, P, Bourke, M, Dickman, CR, Ferrier, S, Fitzsimons, J, Freudenberger, D, Garnett, S, Groves, C, Hobbs, R, Kingsford, RT, Krebs, C, Legge, S, Lowe, AJ, McLean, R, Possingham, H, Radford, J, Robinson, D, Thomas, D, Varcoe, T, Vardon, M, Wardle, G, Woinarski, J, Zerger, A, 05/2012

Inferring population connectivity across the range of the purple-crowned fairy-wren (Malurus coronatus) from mitochondrial DNA and morphology: implications for conservation management

Australian Journal of Zoology, Legge, S, Skroblin, A, Lanfear, R, Cockburn, A, 2012

MODIS time series as a tool for monitoring savanna bird diversity

International Journal of Wildland Fire 2012

Prioritizing threat management for biodiversity conservation

Conservation Letters, Cawardine, J, O'Connor, T, Legge, S, Mackey, B, Possingham, HP, T.G., M

Is disease contributing to terrestrial mammal declines in Australia’s Top End?

Wildlife Disease Association Australasian Section Annual Conference, 29 September - 4 October 2013, Reiss, A, Warren, K, Gillespie, G, Jackson, B, Skerrat, L, Brennan, K, Stokeld, D

Ongoing unraveling of a continental fauna: Decline and extinction of Australian mammals since European settlement

PNAS, Woinarski, JCZ, Burbidge, AA, Harrison, PL, 02/2015

Critical-weight-range marsupials in northern Australia are declining: a commentary on Fisher et al. (2014) ‘The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating?’

Global Ecology and Biogeography, Woinarski, JCZ, 2014

The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: Is history repeating?

Global Ecology and Biogeography , Fisher, DO, Johnson, CN, Lawes, MJ, Fritz, SA, McCallum, H, Blomberg, SP, VanDerWal, J, Abbott, B, Frank, A, Legge, S, Letnic, M, Thomas, CR, Fisher, A, Gordon, IJ, Kutt, A, 02/2014

Continental-scale governance and the hastening of loss of Australia’s biodiversity

Conservation Biology, Possingham, H, Woinarski, J, 12/2013