Bibliographic Registry

The Registry allows you to sort and filter for citations to works by RIEL academics. You may also export these citations to your preferred platform (such as EndNote, GoogleScholar, BibDesk, Zotero, etc). Each listing may also contain links to the RIEL project it is associated with, as well as links to the RIEL author, enabling you to locate additional relevant material.

RIEL Publications: Bibliographic register

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Whiteside, T. G., Boggs, G. S. & Maier, S. W. Comparing object-based and pixel-based classifications for mapping savannas. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 13, 884-893 (2011).
Douglas, M. M. et al. (CDU Press, 2011).
Van Oosterzee, P., Preece, N. D. & Dale, A. Catching the baby: accounting for biodiversity and the ecosystem sector in emissions trading. Conservation Letters 3, 83-90 (2010).
Prior, L. D., Williams, R. J. & Bowman, D. M. J. S. Experimental evidence that fire causes a tree recruitment bottleneck in an Australian tropical savanna. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26, 595-603 (2010).
Scott, K. A., Setterfield, S. A., Douglas, M. M. & Andersen, A. N. Fire tolerance of perennial grass tussocks in a savanna woodland. Austral Ecology 35, 858-861 (2010).
Telfer, W. R. & Eldridge, M. D. B. High levels of mitochondrial DNA divergence within short-eared rock-wallaby (Petrogale brachyotis) populations in northern Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 58, 104-112 (2010).
Petty, A. M., Petty, A. M. & Werner, P. A. How many buffalo does it take to change a savanna? A response to Bowman et al. (2008). Journal of Biogeography 37, 193-195 (2010).
Bowman, D. M. J. S., Prior, L. D. & de Little, S. C. Retreating Melaleuca swamp forests in Kakadu National Park: Evidence of synergistic effects of climate change and past feral buffalo impacts. Austral Ecology 35, 898-905 (2010).
Brady, C. J. & Noske, R. A. Succession in Bird and Plant Communities over a 24-Year Chronosequence of Mine Rehabilitation in the Australian Monsoon Tropics. Restoration Ecology 18, 855-864 (2010).