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    1. Gibbons, P; Lindenmayer, DB; Barry, SC; Tanton, MT
      Hollow selection by vertebrate fauna in forests of southeastern Australia and implications for forest management

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    2. Tyre, AJ; Possingham, HP; Lindenmayer, DB
      Inferring process from pattern: Can territory occupancy provide information about life history parameters?

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    3. Lindenmayer, DB; Cunningham, RB; Donnelly, CF; Incoll, RD; Pope, ML; Tribolet, CR; Viggers, KL; Welsh, AH
      How effective is spotlighting for detecting the greater glider (Petauroides volans)?

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    4. Whitford, KR; Williams, MR
      Survival of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Sm.) and marri (Corymbia calophylla Lindl.) Habitat trees retained after logging

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    5. Hess, GR; Fischer, RA
      Communicating clearly about conservation corridors

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    6. Pearce, JL; Cherry, K; Drielsma, M; Ferrier, S; Whish, G
      Incorporating expert opinion and fine-scale vegetation mapping into statistical models of faunal distribution

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    7. Sedgeley, JA
      Quality of cavity microclimate as a factor influencing selection of maternity roosts by a tree-dwelling bat, Chalinolobus tuberculatus, in New Zealand

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    8. Lindenmayer, DB; Ball, I; Possingham, HP; McCarthy, MA; Pope, ML
      A landscape-scale test of the predictive ability of a spatially explicit model for population viability analysis

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    9. Incoll, RD; Loyn, RH; Ward, SJ; Cunningham, RB; Donnelly, CF
      The occurrence of gliding possums in old-growth forest patches of mountainash (Eucalyptus regnans) in the Central Highlands of Victoria

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    10. Hazell, D; Cunnningham, R; Lindenmayer, D; Mackey, B; Osborne, W
      Use of farm dams as frog habitat in an Australian agricultural landscape: factors affecting species richness and distribution

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    11. Lindenmayer, DB; Cunningham, RB; MacGregor, C; Tribolet, C; Donnelly, CF
      A prospective longitudinal study of landscape matrix effects on fauna in woodland remnants: experimental design and baseline data

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    12. Goldingay, RL; Quin, DG; Churchill, S
      Spatial variability in the social organisation of the yellow-bellied glider (Petaurus australis) near Ravenshoe, north Queensland

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    13. Cantoni, E; Ronchetti, E
      Robust inference for generalized linear models

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
    14. Brito, D; Fernandez, FAS
      Metapopulation viability of the marsupial Micoureus demerarae in small Atlantic forest fragments in south-eastern Brazil

      ANIMAL CONSERVATION
    15. Lindenmayer, DB; Lacy, RC; Pope, ML
      Testing a simulation model for population viability analysis

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    16. Jackson, SM
      Habitat relationships of the mahogany glider, Petaurus gracilis, and the sugar glider, Petaurus breviceps

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    17. Lindenmayer, DB
      Factors at multiple scales affecting distribution patterns and their implications for animal conservation - Leadbeater's Possum as a case study

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    18. McCarthy, MA; Lindenmayer, DB
      Spatially-correlated extinction in a metapopulation model of Leadbeater's Possum

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    19. Lindenmayer, DB; Margules, CR; Botkin, DB
      Indicators of biodiversity for ecologically sustainable forest management

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    20. Bentley, JM; Catterall, CP; Smith, GC
      Effects of fragmentation of araucarian vine forest on small mammal communities

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    21. Lindenmayer, DB; Cunningham, RB; Pope, ML; Gibbons, P; Donnelly, CF
      Cavity sizes and types in Australian eucalypts from wet and dry forest types - a simple of rule of thumb for estimating size and number of cavities

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    22. Lindenmayer, DB; Cunningham, RB; Donnelly, CF; Franklin, JF
      Structural features of old-growth Australian montane ash forests

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    23. Whigham, PA
      Induction of a marsupial density model using genetic programming and spatial relationships

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    24. Lindenmayer, DB; McCarthy, MA; Parris, KM; Pope, ML
      Habitat fragmentation, landscape context, and mammalian assemblages in southeastern Australia

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    25. Collinge, SK
      Effects of grassland fragmentation on insect species loss, colonization, and movement patterns

      ECOLOGY
    26. Pausas, JG
      Response of plant functional types to changes in the fire regime in Mediterranean ecosystems: A simulation approach

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    27. Lindenmayer, DB; Cunningham, RB; Pope, ML; Donnelly, CF
      The response of arboreal marsupials to landscape context: A large-scale fragmentation study

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    28. Newell, GR
      Home range and habitat use by Lumholtz's tree-kangaroo (Dendrolagus lumholtzi) within a rainforest fragment in north Queensland

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    29. Beutel, TS; Beeton, RJS; Baxter, GS
      Building better wildlife-habitat models

      ECOGRAPHY
    30. Davies, KF; Melbourne, BA
      Statistical models of invertebrate distribution on Macquarie Island: a tool to assess climate change and local human impacts

      POLAR BIOLOGY
    31. McCarthy, MA; Gill, AM; Lindenmayer, DB
      Fire regimes in mountain ash forest: evidence from forest age structure, extinction models and wildlife habitat

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    32. Ball, IR; Lindenmayer, DB; Possingham, HP
      A tree hollow dynamics simulation model

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    33. Lindenmayer, DB; Mackey, BG; Mullen, IC; McCarthy, MA; Gill, AM; Cunningham, RB; Donnelly, CF
      Factors affecting stand structure in forests - are there climatic and topographic determinants?

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    34. Lindenmayer, DB
      Future directions for biodiversity conservation in managed forests: indicator species, impact studies and monitoring programs

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    35. McCarthy, MA; Lindenmayer, DB
      Incorporating metapopulation dynamics of greater gliders into reserve design in disturbed landscapes

      ECOLOGY
    36. Newell, GR
      Responses of Lumholtz's tree-kangaroo (Dendrolagus lumholtzi) to loss of habitat within a tropical rainforest fragment

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    37. Lindenmayer, DB; Cunningham, RB; McCarthy, MA
      The conservation of arboreal marsupials in the montane ash forests of the central highlands of Victoria, south-eastern Australia. VIII. Landscape analysis of the occurrence of arboreal marsupials

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    38. Lindenmayer, DB; Welsh, A; Donnelly, CF
      The use of nest trees by the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus caninus) (Phalangeridae : Marsupialia). V. Synthesis of studies

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    39. LINDENMAYER DB; LACY RC; VIGGERS KL
      MODELING SURVIVAL AND CAPTURE PROBABILITIES OF THE MOUNTAIN BRUSHTAILPOSSUM (TRICHOSURUS-CANINUS) IN THE FORESTS OF SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA USING TRAP-RECAPTURE DATA

      Journal of zoology
    40. Pausas, JG; Austin, MP
      Potential impact of harvesting for the long-term conservation of arboreal marsupials

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    41. Beier, P; Noss, RF
      Do habitat corridors provide connectivity?

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    42. MCCARTHY MA; LINDENMAYER DB
      MULTI-AGED MOUNTAIN ASH FOREST, WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND TIMBER HARVESTING

      Forest ecology and management
    43. PAUSAS JG; AUSTIN MP; NOBLE IR
      A FOREST SIMULATION-MODEL FOR PREDICTING EUCALYPT DYNAMICS AND HABITAT QUALITY FOR ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS

      Ecological applications
    44. LINDENMAYER DB; CUNNINGHAM RB; DONNELLY CF
      DECAY AND COLLAPSE OF TREES WITH HOLLOWS IN EASTERN AUSTRALIAN FORESTS - IMPACTS ON ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS

      Ecological applications
    45. LAURANCE WF
      RESPONSES OF MAMMALS TO RAIN-FOREST FRAGMENTATION IN TROPICAL QUEENSLAND - A REVIEW AND SYNTHESIS

      Wildlife research
    46. LINDENMAYER DB; FRANKLIN JF
      MANAGING STAND STRUCTURE AS PART OF ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT IN AUSTRALIAN MOUNTAIN ASH FORESTS

      Conservation biology
    47. EYRE TJ; SMITH AP
      FLORISTIC AND STRUCTURAL HABITAT PREFERENCES OF YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDERS (PETAURUS-AUSTRALIS) AND SELECTIVE LOGGING IMPACTS IN SOUTHEAST QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

      Forest ecology and management
    48. WILLIAMS MR; FAUNT K
      FACTORS AFFECTING THE ABUNDANCE OF HOLLOWS IN LOGS IN JARRAH FOREST OF SOUTH-WESTERN AUSTRALIA

      Forest ecology and management
    49. LINDENMAYER DB; CUNNINGHAM RB
      PATTERNS OF COOCCURRENCE AMONG ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS IN THE FORESTS OF CENTRAL VICTORIA, SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Australian journal of ecology
    50. LINDENMAYER DB
      DIFFERENCES IN THE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS IN FORESTS OF SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Journal of mammalogy
    51. WEBB JK; SHINE R
      OUT ON A LIMB - CONSERVATION IMPLICATIONS OF TREE-HOLLOW USE BY A THREATENED SNAKE SPECIES (HOPLOCEPHALUS BUNGAROIDES, SERPENTES, ELAPIDAE)

      Biological Conservation
    52. LINDENMAYER DB; WELSH A; DONNELLY CF; CUNNINGHAM RB
      USE OF NEST TREES BY THE MOUNTAIN BRUSHTAIL POSSUM (TRICHOSURUS-CANINUS) (PHALANGERIDAE, MARSUPIALIA) .2. CHARACTERISTICS OF OCCUPIED TREES

      Wildlife research
    53. LINDENMAYER DB; WELSH A; DONNELLY CF; MEGGS RA
      USE OF NEST TREES BY THE MOUNTAIN BRUSHTAIL POSSUM (TRICHOSURUS-CANINUS) (PHALANGERIDAE, MARSUPIALIA) .1. NUMBER OF OCCUPIED TREES AND FREQUENCY OF TREE USE

      Wildlife research
    54. LINDENMAYER DB; POSSINGHAM HP
      MODELING THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HABITAT PATCHINESS, DISPERSALCAPABILITY AND METAPOPULATION PERSISTENCE OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES, LEADBEATERS POSSUM, IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Landscape ecology
    55. LINDENMAYER DB; POSSINGHAM HP
      RANKING CONSERVATION AND TIMBER MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR LEADBEATERS POSSUM IN SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA USING POPULATION VIABILITY ANALYSIS

      Conservation biology
    56. BRAITHWAITE LW
      CONSERVATION OF ARBOREAL HERBIVORES - THE AUSTRALIAN SCENE

      Australian journal of ecology
    57. LINDENMAYER DB; CUNNINGHAM RB
      A HABITAT-BASED MICROSCALE FOREST CLASSIFICATION-SYSTEM FOR ZONING WOOD PRODUCTION AREAS TO CONSERVE A RARE SPECIES THREATENED BY LOGGING OPERATIONS IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    58. LINDENMAYER DB; MEGGS RA
      USE OF DEN TREES BY LEADBEATERS POSSUM (GYMNOBELIDEUS-LEADBEATERI)

      Australian journal of zoology
    59. LINDENMAYER DB; LACY RC
      METAPOPULATION VIABILITY OF LEADBEATER POSSUM, GYMNOBELIDEUS-LEADBEATERI, IN FRAGMENTED OLD-GROWTH FORESTS

      Ecological applications
    60. GOLDINGAY RL; KAVANAGH RP
      FORAGING BEHAVIOR AND HABITAT USE OF THE FEATHERTAIL GLIDER (ACROBATES PYGMAEUS) AT WARATAH CREEK, NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Wildlife research
    61. LINDENMAYER DB
      FOREST DISTURBANCE, FOREST WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND THE CONSERVATIVEBASIS FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT IN THE MOUNTAIN ASH FORESTS OF VICTORIA -COMMENT

      Forest ecology and management
    62. LINDENMAYER DB; LACY RC
      A SIMULATION STUDY OF THE IMPACTS OF POPULATION SUBDIVISION ON THE MOUNTAIN BRUSHTAIL POSSUM TRICHOSURUS-CANINUS OGILBY (PHALANGERIDAE, MARSUPIALIA) IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA .1. DEMOGRAPHIC STABILITY AND POPULATION PERSISTENCE

      Biological Conservation
    63. KAVANAGH RP; BAMKIN KL
      DISTRIBUTION OF NOCTURNAL FOREST BIRDS AND MAMMALS IN RELATION TO THELOGGING MOSAIC IN SOUTH-EASTERN NEW-SOUTH-WALES, AUSTRALIA

      Biological Conservation
    64. NELSON JL; MORRIS BJ
      NESTING REQUIREMENTS OF THE YELLOW-TAILED BLACK-COCKATOO, CALYPTORHYNCHUS-FUNEREUS, IN EUCALYPTUS-REGNANS FOREST, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT

      Wildlife research
    65. LINDENMAYER DB
      WILDLIFE CORRIDORS AND THE MITIGATION OF LOGGING IMPACTS ON FAUNA IN WOOD-PRODUCTION FORESTS IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA - A REVIEW

      Wildlife research
    66. LINDENMAYER DB; CUNNINGHAM RB; DONNELLY CF; TRIGGS BE; BELVEDERE M
      FACTORS INFLUENCING THE OCCURRENCE OF MAMMALS IN RETAINED LINEAR STRIPS (WILDLIFE CORRIDORS) AND CONTIGUOUS STANDS OF MONTANE ASH FOREST INTHE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS OF VICTORIA, SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Forest ecology and management
    67. LINDENMAYER DB; BOYLE S; BURGMAN MA; MCDONALD D; TOMKINS B
      THE SUGAR AND NITROGEN-CONTENT OF THE GUMS OF ACACIA SPECIES IN THE MOUNTAIN ASH AND ALPINE ASH FORESTS OF CENTRAL VICTORIA AND ITS POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS FOR EXUDIVOROUS ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS

      Australian journal of ecology
    68. MCKENNEY DW; LINDENMAYER DB
      AN ECONOMIC-ASSESSMENT OF A NEST-BOX STRATEGY FOR THE CONSERVATION OFAN ENDANGERED SPECIES

      Canadian journal of forest research
    69. POSSINGHAM HP; LINDENMAYER DB; NORTON TW; DAVIES I
      METAPOPULATION VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF THE GREATER GLIDER PETAUROIDES-VOLANS IN A WOOD PRODUCTION AREA

      Biological Conservation
    70. LINDENMAYER DB; CUNNINGHAM RB; DONNELLY CF
      THE CONSERVATION OF ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS IN THE MONTANE ASH FORESTS OFTHE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS OF VICTORIA, SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA .6. THE PERFORMANCE OF STATISTICAL-MODELS OF THE NEST TREE AND HABITAT REQUIREMENTS OF ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS APPLIED TO NEW SURVEY DATA

      Biological Conservation
    71. GOLDINGAY RL; KAVANAGH RP
      HOME-RANGE ESTIMATES AND HABITAT OF THE YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER (PETAURUS-AUSTRALIS) AT WARATAH CREEK, NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Wildlife research
    72. LINDENMAYER DB; CUNNINGHAM RB; DONNELLY CF; TANTON MT; NIX HA
      THE ABUNDANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF CAVITIES IN EUCALYPTUS TREES - A CASE-STUDY IN THE MONTANE FORESTS OF VICTORIA, SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA

      Forest ecology and management
    73. LINDENMAYER DB; CUNNINGHAM RB; DONNELLY CF
      THE CONSERVATION OF ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS IN THE MONTANE ASH FORESTS OFTHE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS OF VICTORIA, SOUTH-EAST AUSTRALIA .4. THE PRESENCE AND ABUNDANCE OF ARBOREAL MARSUPIALS IN RETAINED LINEAR HABITATS (WILDLIFE CORRIDORS) WITHIN LOGGED FOREST

      Biological Conservation


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