Stuart C Brown
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Assessment of spatiotemporal varying relationships between rainfall, land cover and surface water area using geographically weighted regression
S Brown, VL Versace, L Laurenson, D Ierodiaconou, J Fawcett, ...
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 17 (3), 241-254, 2012
672012
Spatial resilience of the Great Barrier Reef under cumulative disturbance impacts
C Mellin, S Matthews, KRN Anthony, SC Brown, MJ Caley, KA Johns, ...
Global change biology 25 (7), 2431-2445, 2019
602019
How complex should models be? Comparing correlative and mechanistic range dynamics models
DA Fordham, C Bertelsmeier, BW Brook, R Early, D Neto, SC Brown, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (3), 1357-1370, 2018
572018
Introduced cats (Felis catus) eating a continental fauna: the number of mammals killed in Australia
BP Murphy, LA Woolley, HM Geyle, SM Legge, R Palmer, CR Dickman, ...
Biological Conservation 237, 28-40, 2019
552019
Predicting the likely response of data‐poor ecosystems to climate change using space‐for‐time substitution across domains
RE Lester, PG Close, JL Barton, AJ Pope, SC Brown
Global change biology 20 (11), 3471-3481, 2014
452014
Assessing the impact of drought and forestry on streamflows in south-eastern Australia using a physically based hydrological model
SC Brown, VL Versace, RE Lester, MT Walter
Environmental Earth Sciences 74 (7), 6047-6063, 2015
342015
Using paleo-archives to safeguard biodiversity under climate change
DA Fordham, ST Jackson, SC Brown, B Huntley, BW Brook, ...
Science 369 (6507), 2020
312020
Persistent Quaternary climate refugia are hospices for biodiversity in the Anthropocene
SC Brown, TML Wigley, BL Otto-Bliesner, C Rahbek, DA Fordham
Nature Climate Change 10 (3), 244-248, 2020
282020
Why decadal to century timescale palaeoclimate data are needed to explain present‐day patterns of biological diversity and change
DA Fordham, F Saltré, SC Brown, C Mellin, TML Wigley
Global Change Biology 24 (3), 1371-1381, 2018
222018
Evolutionary history and past climate change shape the distribution of genetic diversity in terrestrial mammals
S Theodoridis, DA Fordham, SC Brown, S Li, C Rahbek, D Nogues-Bravo
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-11, 2020
182020
Hydrologic landscape regionalisation using deductive classification and random forests
SC Brown, RE Lester, VL Versace, J Fawcett, L Laurenson
PloS one 9 (11), e112856, 2014
182014
Cradles of diversity are unlikely relics of regional climate stability
DA Fordham, SC Brown, TML Wigley, C Rahbek
Current Biology 29 (10), R356-R357, 2019
132019
Aspects of the biology of Galaxias maculatus
LJB Laurenson, RP French, P Jones, D Ierodiaconou, S Gray, VL Versace, ...
Journal of fish biology 81 (3), 1085-1100, 2012
92012
It’s a dog eat dog world: observations of dingo (Canis familiaris) cannibalism
PD Meek, SC Brown
Australian Mammalogy, 2016
62016
Identifying island safe havens to prevent the extinction of the World’s largest lizard from global warming
AR Jones, TS Jessop, A Ariefiandy, BW Brook, SC Brown, C Ciofi, ...
Ecology and evolution 10 (19), 10492-10507, 2020
52020
Models of spatiotemporal variation in rabbit abundance reveal management hot spots for an invasive species
SC Brown, K Wells, E Roy‐Dufresne, S Campbell, B Cooke, T Cox, ...
Ecological Applications 30 (4), e02083, 2020
52020
The Australian National Rabbit Database: 50 yr of population monitoring of an invasive species
E Roy-Dufresne, M Lurgi, SC Brown, K Wells, B Cooke, G Mutze, ...
Ecology 100 (7), 1-1, 2019
52019
Efficacy of lethal-trap devices to improve the welfare of trapped wild dogs
PD Meek, SC Brown, J Wishart, H Milne, P Aylett, S Humphrys, G Ballard, ...
Wildlife Research 46 (1), 89-95, 2019
42019
StableClim, continuous projections of climate stability from 21000 BP to 2100 CE at multiple spatial scales
SC Brown, TML Wigley, BL Otto-Bliesner, DA Fordham
Scientific data 7 (1), 1-13, 2020
12020
Assessing spatio-temporal hydrologic variability: a case-study in western Victoria
S Brown
Deakin University, 2015
12015
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