David M Watson
David M Watson
Professor in Ecology, Gulbali Institute, Charles Sturt University
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Mistletoe—a keystone resource in forests and woodlands worldwide
DM Watson
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 32 (1), 219-249, 2001
Mistletoes: pathology, systematics, ecology, and management
RL Mathiasen, DL Nickrent, DC Shaw, DM Watson
Plant disease 92 (7), 988-1006, 2008
Structured elicitation of expert judgments for threatened species assessment: a case study on a continental scale using email
MF McBride, ST Garnett, JK Szabo, AH Burbidge, SHM Butchart, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (5), 906-920, 2012
A conceptual framework for studying species composition in fragments, islands and other patchy ecosystems
DM Watson
Journal of Biogeography 29 (5‐6), 823-834, 2002
Mistletoe as a keystone resource: an experimental test
DM Watson, M Herring
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1743), 3853-3860, 2012
Parasitic plants as facilitators: more Dryad than Dracula?
DM Watson
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1151-1159, 2009
A productivity-based explanation for woodland bird declines: poorer soils yield less food
DM Watson
Emu-Austral Ornithology 111 (1), 10-18, 2011
The ‘standardized search’: an improved way to conduct bird surveys
DM Watson
Austral Ecology 28 (5), 515-525, 2003
Problems with areal definitions of endemism: the effects of spatial scaling
A Townsend Peterson, DM Watson
Diversity and Distributions 4 (4), 189-194, 1998
Land‐use change: incorporating the frequency, sequence, time span, and magnitude of changes into ecological research
SJ Watson, GW Luck, PG Spooner, DM Watson
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (4), 241-249, 2014
Secondary foundation species enhance biodiversity
MS Thomsen, AH Altieri, C Angelini, MJ Bishop, PE Gribben, G Lear, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (4), 634-639, 2018
Parasites boost productivity: effects of mistletoe on litterfall dynamics in a temperate Australian forest
WA March, DM Watson
Oecologia 154, 339-347, 2007
Temporal variation in bird assemblages: How representative is a one‐year snapshot?
M Maron, A Lill, DM Watson, RM Nally
Austral Ecology 30 (4), 383-394, 2005
Determinants of parasitic plant distribution: the role of host quality
DM Watson
Botany 87 (1), 16-21, 2009
Nutritional composition of the preferred prey of insectivorous birds: popularity reflects quality
E Razeng, DM Watson
Journal of Avian Biology 46 (1), 89-96, 2015
Comparison of dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium spp., Viscaceae) in the western United States with mistletoes (Amyema spp., Loranthaceae) in Australia—ecological analogs and …
DC Shaw, DM Watson, RL Mathiasen
Australian journal of botany 52 (4), 481-498, 2004
The role of vertebrates in the diversification of New World mistletoes.
C Restrepo, S Sargent, DJ Levey, DM Watson
Seed dispersal and frugivory: ecology, evolution and conservation. Third …, 2002
Long-term consequences of habitat fragmentation—highland birds in Oaxaca, Mexico
DM Watson
Biological Conservation 111 (3), 283-303, 2003
Determinants of diversity in a naturally fragmented landscape: humid montane forest avifaunas of Mesoamerica
DM Watson, AT Peterson
Ecography 22 (5), 582-589, 1999
The contribution of mistletoes to nutrient returns: evidence for a critical role in nutrient cycling
WA March, DM Watson
Austral Ecology 35 (7), 713-721, 2010
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