Peter R. Brown
Peter R. Brown
CSIRO Agriculture
Verified email at csiro.au
TitleCited byYear
Field methods for rodent studies in Asia and the Indo-Pacific
KP Aplin, PR Brown, J Jacob, CJ Krebs, GR Singleton
2892003
Mice, rats, and people: the bio‐economics of agricultural rodent pests
NC Stenseth, H Leirs, A Skonhoft, SA Davis, RP Pech, HP Andreassen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (7), 367-375, 2003
2452003
The puzzles of population cycles and outbreaks of small mammals solved?
E Korpimäki, PR Brown, J Jacob, RP Pech
Bioscience 54 (12), 1071-1079, 2004
2112004
Implications of climate change for Australia's national reserve system-a preliminary assessment
M Dunlop, PR Brown
Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (Australia), 2008
210*2008
Reproductive changes in fluctuating house mouse populations in southeastern Australia
G Singleton, CJ Krebs, S Davis, L Chambers, P Brown
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1302001
One hundred years of eruptions of house mice in Australia–a natural biological curio
GR Singleton, PR Brown, RP Pech, J Jacob, GJ Mutze, CJ Krebs
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 84 (3), 617-627, 2005
1032005
Ecologically based management of rodents in the real world: applied to a mixed agroecosystem in Vietnam
PR Brown, NP Tuan, GR Singleton, PTT Ha, PT Hoa, DT Hue, TQ Tan, ...
Ecological Applications 16 (5), 2000-2010, 2006
1002006
Enabling natural resource managers to self-assess their adaptive capacity
PR Brown, R Nelson, B Jacobs, P Kokic, J Tracey, M Ahmed, P DeVoil
Agricultural Systems 103 (8), 562-568, 2010
992010
Models for predicting plagues of house mice (Mus domesticus) in Australia
RP Pech, GM Hood, GR Singleton, E Salmon, RI Forrester, PR Brown
Ecologically-based Management of Rodent Pests’.(Eds GR Singleton, LA Hinds …, 1999
951999
Unwanted and unintended effects of culling: A case for ecologically‐based rodent management
GR Singleton, PR Brown, J Jacob, KP Aplin, Sudarmaji
Integrative zoology 2 (4), 247-259, 2007
812007
Impacts of rodent outbreaks on food security in Asia
GR Singleton, S Belmain, PR Brown, K Aplin, NM Htwe
Wildlife Research 37 (5), 355-359, 2010
802010
Relationship between abundance of rodents and damage to agricultural crops
PR Brown, NI Huth, PB Banks, GR Singleton
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 120 (2-4), 405-415, 2007
772007
Rate of increase as a function of rainfall for house mouse Mus domesticus populations in a cereal‐growing region in southern Australia
PR Brown, GR Singleton
Journal of Applied Ecology 36 (4), 484-493, 1999
551999
Sudarmaji and Suriapermana, S. 1998. An experimental field study to evaluate a trap–barrier system and fumigation for controlling the rice field rat, Rattus argentiventer, in …
GR Singleton
Crop Protection 17 (1), 55-64, 0
49
The potential to map the adaptive capacity of Australian land managers for NRM policy using ABS data
R Nelson, PR Brown, T Darbas, P Kokic, K Cody
Natural Heritage Trust, 2007
462007
Management of mouse plagues in Australia: integration of population ecology, bio-control and best farm practice
GR Singleton
Advances in vertebrate pest management, 1999
461999
Ecologically-based rodent management: its effectiveness in cropping systems in South-East Asia
GR Singleton, PR Brown, J Jacob
Njas-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences 52 (2), 163-171, 2004
452004
Managing Murray–Darling Basin livestock systems in a variable and changing climate: challenges and opportunities
SJ Crimp, CJ Stokes, SM Howden, AD Moore, B Jacobs, PR Brown, ...
The Rangeland Journal 32 (3), 293-304, 2010
442010
Farmers' knowledge, attitudes, and practices for rodent management in Myanmar
PR Brown, N Yee, GR Singleton, AJ Kenney, NM Htwe, M Myint, T Aye
International Journal of Pest Management 54 (1), 69-76, 2008
442008
Can farm-management practices reduce the impact of house mouse populations on crops in an irrigated farming system?
PR Brown, MJ Davies, GR Singleton, JD Croft
Wildlife Research 31 (6), 597-604, 2005
442005
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