Richard E Major
Richard E Major
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The contribution of artificial nest experiments to understanding avian reproductive success: a review of methods and conclusions
RE Major, CE Kendal
Ibis 138 (2), 298-307, 1996
5181996
Influence of remnant and landscape attributes on Australian woodland bird communities
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing
Biological Conservation 102 (1), 47-66, 2001
1952001
The effect of human observers on the intensity of nest predation
RE Major
Ibis 132 (4), 608-612, 1990
1881990
Identification of nest predators by photography, dummy eggs, and adhesive tape
RE Major
The auk 108 (1), 190-195, 1991
1851991
Species interactions and habitat associations of birds inhabiting urban areas of Sydney, Australia
H Parsons, RE Major, K French
Austral Ecology 31 (2), 217-227, 2006
1602006
Use of native and exotic garden plants by suburban nectarivorous birds
K French, R Major, K Hely
Biological Conservation 121 (4), 545-559, 2005
1402005
Nest predation in Australian urban environments and the role of the pied currawong, Strepera graculina
RE MAJOR, G GOWING, CE KENDAL
Australian Journal of Ecology 21 (4), 399-409, 1996
1321996
The influence of fragment size and edge on nest predation in urban bushland
A Matthews, CR Dickman, RE Major
Ecography 22 (4), 349-356, 1999
1091999
The influence of remnant bushland on the composition of suburban bird assemblages in Australia
H Parsons, K French, RE Major
Landscape and urban planning 66 (1), 43-56, 2003
992003
Avifaunal disarray due to a single despotic species
M Maron, MJ Grey, CP Catterall, RE Major, DL Oliver, MF Clarke, ...
Diversity and Distributions 19 (12), 1468-1479, 2013
862013
Elevated Rates of Predation on Artifical Nests in Linear Strips of Habitat (Tasas Elevadas de Depredación en Nidos Artificiales en Parcelas Lineares de Habitat)
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing, TJ Ivison
Journal of Field Ornithology, 351-364, 1999
831999
Avian movement across abrupt ecological edges: differential responses to housing density in an urban matrix
P Hodgson, K French, RE Major
Landscape and Urban Planning 79 (3-4), 266-272, 2007
812007
The effect of habitat configuration on arboreal insects in fragmented woodlands of south-eastern Australia
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing, G Cassis, CAM Reid
Biological conservation 113 (1), 35-48, 2003
802003
Effect of an exotic Acacia (Fabaceae) on ant assemblages in South African fynbos
K French, RE Major
Austral Ecology 26 (4), 303-310, 2001
752001
Can nest predation explain the timing of the breeding season and the pattern of nest dispersion of New Holland Honeyeaters?
RE Major, GH Pyke, MT Christy, G Gowing, RS Hill
Oikos, 364-372, 1994
741994
Age structure and density of red‐capped robin populations vary with habitat size and shape
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing, TJ Ivison
Journal of Applied Ecology 36 (6), 901-908, 1999
641999
Do Common Mynas significantly compete with native birds in urban environments?
KA Lowe, CE Taylor, RE Major
Journal of Ornithology 152 (4), 909-921, 2011
592011
Are roadside strips important reservoirs of invertebrate diversity? A comparison of the ant and beetle faunas of roadside strips and large remnant woodlands
RE Major, D Smith, G Cassis, M Gray, DJ Colgan
Australian Journal of Zoology 47 (6), 611-624, 1999
531999
Changes in wolf spider (Araneae) assemblages across woodland–pasture boundaries in the central wheat‐belt of New South Wales, Australia
TJ Martin, RE Major
Austral Ecology 26 (3), 264-274, 2001
522001
Generalists are the most urban‐tolerant of birds: A phylogenetically controlled analysis of ecological and life history traits using a novel continuous measure of bird …
CT Callaghan, RE Major, JH Wilshire, JM Martin, RT Kingsford, ...
Oikos 128 (6), 845-858, 2019
482019
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