Cristina E. Ramalho
Cristina E. Ramalho
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The University of Western Australia
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Time for a change: dynamic urban ecology
CE Ramalho, RJ Hobbs
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (3), 179-188, 2012
Primed for change: developing ecological restoration for the 21st century
N Shackelford, RJ Hobbs, JM Burgar, TE Erickson, JB Fontaine, ...
Restoration Ecology 21 (3), 297-304, 2013
Assessing biotic integrity in a Mediterranean watershed: development and evaluation of a fish‐based index
FM Magalhães, CE Ramalho, MJ Collares‐Pereira
Fisheries Management and Ecology 15 (4), 273-289, 2008
Complex effects of fragmentation on remnant woodland plant communities of a rapidly urbanizing biodiversity hotspot
CE Ramalho, E Laliberté, P Poot, RJ Hobbs
Ecology 95 (9), 2466-2478, 2014
Novel urban ecosystems and ecosystem services
MP Perring, P Manning, RJ Hobbs, AE Lugo, CE Ramalho, RJ Standish
Novel ecosystems: intervening in the new ecological world order, 310-325, 2013
A climate change context for the decline of a foundation tree species in south-western Australia: insights from phylogeography and species distribution modelling
E Dalmaris, CE Ramalho, P Poot, EJ Veneklaas, M Byrne
Annals of botany 116 (6), 941-952, 2015
Community Quenda Survey 2012. Report prepared by WWF-Australia and the Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia. WWF Australia, Perth, WA.
K Howard, G Barrett, CE Ramalho, JA Friend, RJ Boyland, J Hudson, ... …, 2014
The potential of ecologically enhanced urban parks to encourage and catalyze densification in greyfield suburbs
J Bolleter, CE Ramalho
Journal of Landscape Architecture 9 (3), 54-65, 2014
Benefits of urban green space in the Australian context
D Kendal, K Lee, C Ramalho, K Bowen, J Bush
NESP Clean Air and Urban Landscape hub, 2016
Straw man or scaffolding? Building the foundations of urban ecology: a reply to McDonnell et al.
CE Ramalho, RJ Hobbs
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 27 (5), 256-257, 2012
Novel ecosystems: Intervening in the new world order
MP Perring, P Manning, RJ Hobbs, AE Lugo, C Ramalho, RJ Standish
Novel ecosystems. Wiley Press, London, 2012
Demographic and genetic viability of a medium-sized ground-dwelling mammal in a fire prone, rapidly urbanizing landscape
CE Ramalho, KM Ottewell, B Chambers, CJ Yates, BA Wilson, R Bencini, ...
PlosOne 13 (2), e0191190., 2018
A climate-oriented approach to support decision-making for seed provenance in ecological restoration
CE Ramalho, M Byrne, CJ Yates
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5 (95), doi: 10.3389/fevo.2017.00095, 2017
Urban green space preference in Perth, Western Australia, and the significance of ‘natural’green spaces
DC Dickinson, RJ Hobbs, LE Valentine, CE Ramalho
Effects of urbanization on remnant woodlands
CSE Ramalho
University of Western Australia, 2012
Linking Nature in the City: Improving connectivity for biodiversity across the City of Melbourne: A framework for evaluating and planning management actions (brochure)
LM Holly Kirk, Caragh Threlfall, Kylie Soanes, Cristina Ramalho, Kirsten ... …, 2018
Improving connectivity for biodiversity across the City of Melbourne: A framework for evaluating and planning management actions. Report prepared for the City of Melbourne …
Kirk H, Threlfall C, Soanes K, Ramalho C, Parris K, Amati M, Bekessy SA, Mata L. …, 2018
Effects of fragmentation on the plant functional composition and diversity of remnant woodlands in a young and rapidly expanding city
CE Ramalho, E Laliberté, P Poot, R Hobbs
Journal of Vegetation Science, 1-12 (, 2018
Rakali Community Survey 2014-2015. Report prepared by WWF-Australia and the Western Australian Department of Parks and Wildlife. WWF-Australia, Perth, WA.
S Trocini, C Barrett, Geoff, Howard, Katherine and Ramalho …, 2015
Spatial conservation prioritization in the Swan Region - a pilot study using Marxan. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Perth, Western Australia
Cristina E. Ramalho, Geoff Barrett, Brett Glossop, David Mitchell, Barbara ...
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