At dro.deakin.edu.au you can find Deakin’s research-output search engine.
Under staff you can find links to the members’ personal publication lists. The below list was last updated June 2014.
Abrantes, K. G., A. Barnett, and S. Bouillon. 2014. Stable isotope-based community metrics as a tool to identify patterns in food web structure in east african estuaries. Functional Ecology 28:270-282.
Bauer, S., and B. J. Hoye. 2014. Migratory animals couple biodiversity and ecosystem functioning worldwide. Science 344:54-+.
Bellgrove, A., J. Monk, and G. P. Quinn. 2014. Effects of micro- and mesograzers on intertidal macroalgal recruitment. Marine Biology 161:1207-1216.
Bennett, A. F., D. G. Nimmo, and J. Q. Radford. 2014. Riparian vegetation has disproportionate benefits for landscape- scale conservation of woodland birds in highly modified environments. Journal of Applied Ecology 51:514-523.
Bleach, I., C. Beckmann, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2014. Effects of an invasive species on refuge-site selection by native fauna: The impact of cane toads on native frogs in the australian tropics. AUSTRAL ECOLOGY 39:50-59.
Brunnschweiler, J. M., K. G. Abrantes, and A. Barnett. 2014. Long-term changes in species composition and relative abundances of sharks at a provisioning site. Plos One 9.
Careau, V., P. A. Biro, C. Bonneaud, E. B. Fokam, and A. Herrel. 2014a. Individual variation in thermal performance curves: Swimming burst speed and jumping endurance in wild-caught tropical clawed frogs. Oecologia 175:471-480.
Careau, V., W. A. Buttemer, and K. L. Buchanan. 2014b. Effects of developmental stress on a suite of physiological and behavioural traits in the zebra finch. Integrative and Comparative Biology 54:E32-E32.
Carlos, E. H., M. Gibson, and M. A. Weston. 2014. Weeds and wildlife: Perceptions and practices of weed managers. Conservation & Society 12:54-64.
Chester, E. T., T. G. Matthews, T. J. Howson, K. Johnston, J. K. Mackie, S. R. Strachan, and B. J. Robson. 2014. Constraints upon the response of fish and crayfish to environmental flow releases in a regulated headwater stream network. Plos One 9.
Cisterna, G. A., and G. R. Shi. 2014. Lower permian brachiopods from wasp head formation, sydney basin, southeastern australia. Journal of Paleontology 88:531-544.
Clemens, R. S., A. Herrod, and M. A. Weston. 2014. Lines in the mud; revisiting the boundaries of important shorebird areas. Journal for Nature Conservation 22:59-67.
Doeven, E. H., G. J. Barbante, E. Kerr, C. F. Hogan, J. A. Endler, and P. S. Francis. 2014. Red-green-blue electrogenerated chemiluminescence utilizing a digital camera as detector. Analytical Chemistry 86:2727-2732.
Eldridge, M. D. B., S. Potter, C. N. Johnson, and E. G. Ritchie. 2014. Differing impact of a major biogeographic barrier on genetic structure in two large kangaroos from the monsoon tropics of northern australia. Ecology and Evolution 4:554-567.
Endler, J. A., J. Gaburro, and L. A. Kelley. 2014. Visual effects in great bowerbird sexual displays and their implications for signal design. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281.
Fanson, B. G., S. Sundaralingam, L. Jiang, B. C. Dominiak, and G. D’Arcy. 2014. A review of 16years of quality control parameters at a mass-rearing facility producing queensland fruit fly, bactrocera tryoni. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata 151:152-159.
Farnsworth, L. M., D. G. Nimmo, L. T. Kelly, A. F. Bennett, and M. F. Clarke. 2014. Does pyrodiversity beget alpha, beta or gamma diversity? A case study using reptiles from semi-arid australia. Diversity and Distributions 20:663-673.
Fossette, S., M. J. Witt, P. Miller, M. A. Nalovic, D. Albareda, A. P. Almeida, A. C. Broderick, D. Chacon-Chaverri, M. S. Coyne, A. Domingo, S. Eckert, D. Evans, A. Fallabrino, S. Ferraroli, A. Formia, B. Giffoni, G. C. Hays, G. Hughes, L. Kelle, A. Leslie, M. Lopez-Mendilaharsu, P. Luschi, L. Prosdocimi, S. Rodriguez-Heredia, A. Turny, S. Verhage, and B. J. Godley. 2014. Pan-atlantic analysis of the overlap of a highly migratory species, the leatherback turtle, with pelagic longline fisheries. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281.
Gifford, M. E., T. A. Clay, and V. Careau. 2014. Individual (co) variation in standard metabolic rate, feeding rate, and exploratory behavior in wild-caught semiaquatic salamanders. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87:384-396.
Guinet, C., J. Vacquie-Garcia, B. Picard, G. Bessigneul, Y. Lebras, A. C. Dragon, M. Viviant, J. P. Y. Arnould, and F. Bailleul. 2014. Southern elephant seal foraging success in relation to temperature and light conditions: Insight into prey distribution. Marine Ecology Progress Series 499:285-301.
Hasan, R. C., D. Ierodiaconou, L. Laurenson, and A. Schimel. 2014. Integrating multibeam backscatter angular response, mosaic and bathymetry data for benthic habitat mapping. Plos One 9.
Hays, G. C. 2014a. Charismatic marine mega-fauna: Some recent discoveries and future challenges. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 450:1-5.
Hays, G. C. 2014b. Tracking animals to their death. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:5-6.
Hays, G. C., A. Christensen, S. Fossette, G. Schofield, J. Talbot, and P. Mariani. 2014. Route optimisation and solving zermelo’s navigation problem during long distance migration in cross flows. Ecology Letters 17:137-143.
Hidding, B., P. Meirmans, M. Klaassen, T. de Boer, N. Ouborg, C. Wagemaker, and B. Nolet. 2014. The effect of herbivores on genotypic diversity in a clonal aquatic plant. OIKOS in press.
Hinder, S. L., M. B. Gravenor, M. Edwards, C. Ostle, O. G. Bodger, P. L. M. Lee, A. W. Walne, and G. C. Hays. 2014. Multi-decadal range changes vs. Thermal adaptation for north east atlantic oceanic copepods in the face of climate change. Global Change Biology 20:140-146.
Hoogmoed, M., S. C. Cunningham, P. J. Baker, J. Beringer, and T. R. Cavagnaro. 2014. Is there more soil carbon under nitrogen-fixing trees than under non-nitrogen-fixing trees in mixed-species restoration plantings? Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 188:80-84.
Howitt, J. A., J. Mondon, B. D. Mitchell, T. Kidd, and B. Eshelman. 2014. Urban stormwater inputs to an adapted coastal wetland: Role in water treatment and impacts on wetland biota. The Science of the total environment 485-486:534-544.
Isaac, B., J. White, D. Ierodiaconou, and R. Cooke. 2014. Simplification of arboreal marsupial assemblages in response to increasing urbanization. Plos One 9.
Jacobs, C. G. C., T. van Overveld, V. Careau, E. Matthysen, F. Adriaensen, and H. Slabbekoorn. 2014. Personality-dependent response to field playback in great tits: Slow explorers can be strong responders. Animal Behaviour 90:65-71.
Johnson, C. N., M. S. Crowther, C. R. Dickman, M. I. Letnic, T. M. Newsome, D. G. Nimmo, E. G. Ritchie, and A. D. Wallach. 2014. Experiments in no-impact control of dingoes: Comment on allen et al. 2013. Frontiers in Zoology 11.
Knox, T. C., H. Stuart-Williams, R. M. Warneke, A. J. Hoskins, and J. P. Y. Arnould. 2014. Analysis of growth and stable isotopes in teeth of male australian fur seals reveals interannual variability in prey resources. Marine Mammal Science 30:763-781.
Leonard, S. W. J., A. F. Bennett, and M. F. Clarke. 2014. Determinants of the occurrence of unburnt forest patches: Potential biotic refuges within a large, intense wildfire in south-eastern australia. Forest Ecology and Management 314:85-93.
Lindholm, A. K., M. L. Head, R. C. Brooks, L. A. Rollins, F. C. Ingleby, and S. R. K. Zajitschek. 2014. Causes of male sexual trait divergence in introduced populations of guppies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27:437-448.
Lindström, Å., B. B. Chapman, N. Jonzén, and M. Klaassen. 2014. Movement and migration in a changing world.in L. A. Hansson and S. Åkesson, editors. Animal movement across scales. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Lourie, H. J., A. J. Hoskins, and J. P. Y. Arnould. 2014. Big boys get big girls: Factors influencing pupping site and territory location in australian fur seals. Marine Mammal Science 30:544-561.
Macreadie, P. I., P. H. York, and C. D. H. Sherman. 2014. Resilience of zostera muelleri seagrass to small-scale disturbances: The relative importance of asexual versus sexual recovery. Ecology and Evolution 4:450-461.
Monk, J. 2014. How long should we ignore imperfect detection of species in the marine environment when modelling their distribution? Fish and Fisheries 15:352-358.
Noble, D. W. A., K. V. Fanson, and M. J. Whiting. 2014. Sex, androgens, and whole-organism performance in an australian lizard. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111:834-849.
Nursey-Bray, M. J., J. Vince, M. Scott, M. Haward, K. O’Toole, T. Smith, N. Harvey, and B. Clarke. 2014. Science into policy? Discourse, coastal management and knowledge. Environmental Science & Policy 38:107-119.
Pendoley, K. L., G. Schofield, P. A. Whittock, D. Ierodiaconou, and G. C. Hays. 2014. Protected species use of a coastal marine migratory corridor connecting marine protected areas. Marine Biology 161:1455-1466.
Rendall, A. R., D. R. Sutherland, R. Cooke, and J. White. 2014. Camera trapping: A contemporary approach to monitoring invasive rodents in high conservation priority ecosystems. Plos One 9.
Ripple, W. J., J. A. Estes, R. L. Beschta, C. C. Wilmers, E. G. Ritchie, M. Hebblewhite, J. Berger, B. Elmhagen, M. Letnic, M. P. Nelson, O. J. Schmitz, D. W. Smith, A. D. Wallach, and A. J. Wirsing. 2014. Status and ecological effects of the world’s largest carnivores. Science 343:151-+.
Robinson, N. M., S. W. J. Leonard, A. F. Bennett, and M. F. Clarke. 2014. Refuges for birds in fire-prone landscapes: The influence of fire severity and fire history on the distribution of forest birds. Forest Ecology and Management 318:110-121.
Sauve, C. C., J. Van de Walle, M. O. Hammill, J. P. Y. Arnould, and G. Beauplet. 2014. Stomach temperature records reveal nursing behaviour and transition to solid food consumption in an unweaned mammal, the harbour seal pup (phoca vitulina). Plos One 9.
Schultz, A. G., P. L. Jones, and T. Toop. 2014. Rodlet cells in murray cod, maccullochella peelii peelii (mitchell), affected with chronic ulcerative dermatopathy. Journal of Fish Diseases 37:219-228.
Soanes, L. M., J. P. Y. Arnould, S. G. Dodd, G. Milligan, and J. A. Green. 2014. Factors affecting the foraging behaviour of the european shag: Implications for seabird tracking studies. Marine Biology 161:1335-1348.
Stehfest, K. M., T. A. Patterson, A. Barnett, and J. M. Semmens. 2014. Intraspecific differences in movement, dive behavior and vertical habitat preferences of a key marine apex predator. Marine Ecology Progress Series 495:249-262.
Sunday, J. M., A. E. Bates, M. R. Kearney, R. K. Colwell, N. K. Dulvy, J. T. Longino, and R. B. Huey. 2014. Thermal-safety margins and the necessity of thermoregulatory behavior across latitude and elevation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111:5610-5615.
Symonds, M. R. E., M. A. Weston, R. W. Robinson, and P.-J. Guay. 2014. Comparative analysis of classic brain component sizes in relation to flightiness in birds. Plos One 9.
van Dijk, J. G. B., B. J. Hoye, J. H. Verhagen, B. A. Nolet, R. A. M. Fouchier, and M. Klaassen. 2014a. Juveniles and migrants as drivers for seasonal epizootics of avian influenza virus. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:266-275.
van Dijk, J. G. B., W. Meissner, and M. Klaassen. 2014b. Improving provenance studies in migratory birds when using feather hydrogen stable isotopes. Journal of Avian Biology 45:103-108.
van Overveld, T., V. Careau, F. Adriaensen, and E. Matthysen. 2014. Seasonal- and sex-specific correlations between dispersal and exploratory behaviour in the great tit. Oecologia 174:109-120.
Veen, T., M. B. Hjernquist, S. L. Van Wilgenburg, K. A. Hobson, E. Folmer, L. Font, and M. Klaassen. 2014. Identifying the african wintering grounds of hybrid flycatchers using a multi-isotope (delta h-2, delta c-13, delta n-15) assignment approach. Plos One 9.
Weston, M. A., T. A. Schlacher, and D. Lynn. 2014. Pro-environmental beach driving is uncommon and ineffective in reducing disturbance to beach-dwelling birds. Environmental Management 53:999-1004.
Woodgate, J. L., K. L. Buchanan, A. T. D. Bennett, C. K. Catchpole, R. Brighton, and S. Leitner. 2014. Environmental and genetic control of brain and song structure in the zebra finch. Evolution 68:230-240.
Yarwood, M. R., M. A. Weston, and S. T. Garnett. 2014. From little things, big things grow; trends and fads in 110 years of australian ornithology. Scientometrics 98:2235-2254.
Zavalas, R., D. Ierodiaconou, D. Ryan, A. Rattray, and J. Monk. 2014. Habitat classification of temperate marine macroalgal communities using bathymetric lidar. Remote Sensing 6:2154-2175.
Zhang, Y., G. Shi, S. Shen, and D. Yuan. 2014a. Permian fusuline fauna from the lower part of the lugu formation in the central qiangtang block and its geological implications. Acta Geologica Sinica-English Edition 88:365-379.
Zhang, Y., K.-X. Zhang, G. R. Shi, W.-H. He, D.-X. Yuan, M.-L. Yue, and T.-L. Yang. 2014b. Restudy of conodont biostratigraphy of the permian-triassic boundary section in zhongzhai, southwestern guizhou province, south china. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 80:75-83.