Cristescu, R. H., J. Rhodes, C. Frére, P. B. Banks. 2013. Is restoring flora the same as restoring fauna? Lessons learned from koalas and mining rehabilitation. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50 (2): 423-431.

Kool, J. T., A. Moilanen, E. A. Treml. 2013. Population connectivity: recent advances and new perspectives. Landscape Ecology, 28 (2): 165-185.

Lavery T. H., D. O. Fisher, T. F. Flannery, L. K. P. Leung. 2013. Higher extinction rates of dasyurids on Australo-Papuan continental shelf islands and the zoogeography of New Guinea mammals. Journal of Biogeography, 40 (4): 747-758.

Manson, D. G., S. Schmidt, M. Bristow, P. D. Erskine, J. K. Vanclay. 2013. Species-site matching in mixed species plantations of native trees in tropical Australia. Agroforestry Systems, 87 (1):233-250.

Smith, A. G., C. A. McAlpine, J. R. Rhodes, D. Lunney, L. Seabrook, G. Baxter. 2013. Out on a limb: habitat use of a specialist folivore, the koala, at the edge of its range in a modified semi-arid landscape. Landscape Ecology, 28 (3): 415-426.

Smith, A. G., C. A. McAlpineJ. R. Rhodes, L. Seabrook, G. Baxter, D. Lunney, A. Bradley. 2013. At what spatial scales does resource selection vary? A case study of koalas in a semi-arid region. Austral Ecology, 38 (2): 230-240.


Brearley, G., C. McAlpine, S. Bell, A. Bradley. 2012. Influence of urban edges on stress in an arboreal mammal: a case study of squirrel gliders in southeast Queensland, Australia. Landscape Ecology, 27 (10):1407-1419.

Chollett, I., P. J. Mumby, F. E. Muller-Karger, C. M. Hu. 2012. Physical environments of the Caribbean Sea. Lymnology and Oceanography, 57 (4): 1233-1244.

McVinish, R., P. K. Pollett. 2012. The limiting behaviour of a mainland-island metapopulation.  Journal of Mathematical Biology, 64 (5): 775-801.

Phinn S. R., C. M. Roelfsema, P. J. Mumby 2012. Multiscale, object-based image analysis for mapping geomorphic and ecological zones on coral reefs. International Journal of Remote Sensing 33: 3768-3797.

Reyers, B., P. J. O'Farrell, J. L. Nel, K. Wilson. 2012. Expanding the conservation toolbox: conservation planning of multifunctional landscapes. Landscape Ecology, 27 (8): 1121-1134.

Walsh, J. C., O. Venter, J. E. M. Watson, R. A. Fuller, T. M. Blackburn, H. P. Possingham. 2012. Exotic species richness and native species endemism increase the impact of exotic species on islands. Global Ecology and Biogeopgraphy, 21 (8): 841-850.


Adams-Hosking, C., P. T. Moss, J. R. Rhodes, H. S. Grantham, and C. McAlpine. 2011. Modelling the potential range of the koala at the Last Glacial Maximum: future conservation implications. Australian Zoologist 35:983-990.

Brady, M. J., C. A. McAlpine, C. J. Miller, H. P. Possingham, and G. S. Baxter. 2011a. Mammal responses to matrix development intensity. Austral Ecology 36:35-45.

Brady, M. J., C. A. McAlpine, H. P. Possingham, C. J. Miller, and G. S. Baxter. 2011b. Matrix is important for mammals in landscapes with small amounts of native forest habitat. Landscape Ecology 26:617-628.

Brearley, G., A. Bradley, S. Bell, and C. McAlpine. 2011a. Change in habitat resources and structure near urban edges and its influence on the squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) in southeast Queensland, Australia. Austral Ecology 36:425-432.

Brearley, G., C. McAlpine, S. Bell, and A. Bradley. 2011b. Squirrel glider home ranges near urban edges in eastern Australia. Journal of Zoology 285:256-265.

Burley, A. L., N. J. Enright, and M. M. Mayfield. 2011. Demographic response and life history of traditional forest resource tree species in a tropical mosaic landscape in Papua New Guinea. Forest Ecology and Management. 262: 750-758.

Byrne, M., D. A. Steane, L. Joseph, D. K. Yeates, G. J. Jordan, D. Crayn, K. Aplin, D. J. Cantrill, L. G. Cook, M. D. Crisp, J. S. Keogh, J. Melville, C. Moritz, N. Porch, J. M. K. Sniderman, P. Sunnucks, and P. H. Weston. 2011. Decline of a biome: evolution, contraction, fragmentation, extinction and invasion of the Australian mesic zone biota. Journal of Biogeography 38:1635-1656.

Crisp, M. D., S. A. Trewick, and L. G. Cook. 2011b. Hypothesis testing in biogeography. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26:66-72.

Fensham, R. J., O. Powell, and J. Horne. 2011a. Rail survey plans to remote sensing: vegetation change in the Mulga Lands of eastern Australia and its implications for land use. Rangeland Journal 33:229-238.

Garibaldi, L. A., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Kremen, C., Morales, J. M., Bommarco, R., Cunningham, S., Carvalheiro, L., Chacoff, N., Dudenhoffer, J-H., Greenleaf, S., Holzschuh, A., Isaacs, R., Krewenka, K., Mandelik, Y., Mayfield, M. M., Morandim, L., Potts, S., Ricketts, T., Szentgyorgyi, H., Winfree, R., Klein, A-M. 2011. Stability of pollination services decreases with isolation from natural areas – a global synthesis. Ecology Letters. 14(10): 1062-1072.

Muriuki, G., C. McAlpine, L. Seabrook, and G. Baxter. 2011a. The role of squatters in retention of native vegetation: A case study of the Chyulu Hills, Kenya. Applied Geography 31:577-589.

Muriuki, G., L. Seabrook, C. McAlpine, C. Jacobson, B. Price, and G. Baxter. 2011b. Land cover change under unplanned human settlements: A study of the Chyulu Hills squatters, Kenya. Landscape and Urban Planning 99:154-165.

Pautasso, M., K. Boehning-Gaese, P. Clergeau, V. R. Cueto, M. Dinetti, E. Fernandez-Juricic, M.-L. Kaisanlahti-Jokimaki, J. Jokimaki, M. L. McKinney, N. S. Sodhi, D. Storch, L. Tomialojc, P. J. Weisberg, J. Woinarski, R. A. Fuller, and E. Cantarello. 2011. Global macroecology of bird assemblages in urbanized and semi-natural ecosystems. Global Ecology and Biogeography 20:426-436.

Shanahan, D. F., H. P. Possingham, and C. Riginos. 2011c. Models based on individual level movement predict spatial patterns of genetic relatedness for two Australian forest birds. Landscape Ecology 26:137-148.


Brearley, G., A. Bradley, S. Bell, and C. McAlpine. 2010. Influence of contrasting urban edges on the abundance of arboreal mammals: A study of squirrel gliders (Petaurus norfolcensis) in southeast Queensland, Australia. Biological Conservation 143:60-71.

Boakes, E. H., G. M. Mace, P. J. K. McGowan, and R. A. Fuller. 2010a. Extreme contagion in global habitat clearance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 277:1081-1085.

Bowman, D. M. J. S., G. K. Brown, M. F. Braby, J. R. Brown, L. G. Cook, M. D. Crisp, F. Ford, S. Haberle, J. Hughes, Y. Isagi, L. Joseph, J. McBride, G. Nelson, and P. Y. Ladiges. 2010. Biogeography of the Australian monsoon tropics. Journal of Biogeography 37:201-216.

Eakin, C. M., C. J. Nim, R. E. Brainard, C. Aubrecht, C. Elvidge, D. K. Gledhill, F. Muller-Karger, P. J. Mumby, W. J. Skirving, A. E. Strong, M. Wang, S. Weeks, F. Wentz, and D. Ziskin. 2010. Monitoring coral reefs from space. Oceanography 23:118-133.

Kininmonth, S. J., G. De'ath, and H. P. Possingham. 2010c. Graph theoretic topology of the Great but small Barrier Reef world. Theoretical Ecology 3:75-88.

Lucas, R., J. Armston, R. Fairfax, R. Fensham, A. Accad, J. Carreiras, J. Kelley, P. Bunting, D. Clewley, S. Bray, D. Metcalfe, J. Dwyer, M. Bowen, T. Eyre, M. Laidlaw, and M. Shimada. 2010. An evaluation of the ALOS PALSAR L-band backscatter-above ground biomass relationship Queensland, Australia: Impacts of surface moisture condition and vegetation structure. Ieee Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 3:576-593.

McAlpine, C. A., L. M. Seabrook, J. R. Rhodes, M. Maron, C. Smith, M. E. Bowen, S. A. Butler, O. Powell, J. G. Ryan, C. T. Fyfe, C. Adams-Hosking, A. Smith, O. Robertson, A. Howes, and L. Cattarino. 2010. Can a problem-solving approach strengthen landscape ecology's contribution to sustainable landscape planning? Landscape Ecology 25:1155-1168.

Pearson, D. M. and C. A. McAlpine. 2010. Landscape ecology: an integrated science for sustainability in a changing world. Landscape Ecology 25:1151-1154.

Ryan, J. G., C. A. McAlpine, and J. A. Ludwig. 2010. Integrated vegetation designs for enhancing water retention and recycling in agroecosystems. Landscape Ecology 25:1277-1288.


Bowen, M. E., C. A. McAlpine, L. M. Seabrook, A. P. N. House, and G. C. Smith. 2009. The age and amount of regrowth forest in fragmented brigalow landscapes are both important for woodland dependent birds. Biological Conservation 142:3051-3059.

Brady, M. J., C. A. McAlpine, C. J. Miller, H. P. Possingham, and G. S. Baxter. 2009. Habitat attributes of landscape mosaics along a gradient of matrix development intensity: matrix management matters. Landscape Ecology 24:879-891.

Deo, R. C., J. I. Syktus, C. A. McAlpine, P. J. Lawrence, H. A. McGowan, and S. R. Phinn. 2009. Impact of historical land cover change on daily indices of climate extremes including droughts in eastern Australia. Geophysical Research Letters 36.

Fuller, R. A. and K. J. Gaston. 2009. The scaling of green space coverage in European cities. Biology Letters 5:352-355.

Gaston, K. J. and R. A. Fuller. 2009. The sizes of species' geographic ranges. Journal of Applied Ecology 46:1-9.

Keppel, G., A. J. Lowe, and H. P. Possingham. 2009. Changing perspectives on the biogeography of the tropical South Pacific: influences of dispersal, vicariance and extinction. Journal of Biogeography 36:1035-1054.

Levin, N., C. McAlpine, S. Phinn, B. Price, D. Pullar, R. P. Kavanagh, and B. S. Law. 2009. Mapping forest patches and scattered trees from SPOT images and testing their ecological importance for woodland birds in a fragmented agricultural landscape. International Journal of Remote Sensing 30:3147-3169.

Lim, A., J. D. Hedley, E. LeDrew, P. J. Mumby, and C. Roelfsema. 2009. The effects of ecologically determined spatial complexity on the classification accuracy of simulated coral reef images. Remote Sensing of Environment 113:965-978.

McAlpine, C. A., J. Syktus, J. G. Ryan, R. C. Deo, G. M. McKeon, H. A. McGowan, and S. R. Phinn. 2009. A continent under stress: interactions, feedbacks and risks associated with impact of modified land cover on Australia's climate. Global Change Biology 15:2206-2223.

Price, B., C. A. McAlpine, A. S. Kutt, S. R. Phinn, D. V. Pullar, and J. A. Ludwig. 2009. Continuum or discrete patch landscape models for savanna birds? Towards a pluralistic approach. Ecography 32:745-756.

Shanahan, D. F. and H. P. Possingham. 2009. Predicting avian patch occupancy in a fragmented landscape: do we know more than we think? Journal of Applied Ecology 46:1026-1035.