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Richard Faulkner
Richard Faulkner
Project Coordinator, Arthur Rylah Institute, ICON Science (RMIT)
Verified email at delwp.vic.gov.au
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Do dingoes suppress the activity of feral cats in northern Australia?
M Kennedy, BL Phillips, S Legge, SA Murphy, RA Faulkner
Austral Ecology 37 (1), 134-139, 2012
1032012
Understanding Australia’s national feral cat control effort
GE Garrard, AM Kusmanoff, R Faulkner, CL Samarasekara, A Gordon, ...
Wildlife Research 47 (8), 698-708, 2020
132020
Why politics and context matter in conservation policy
FLP Damiens, L Mumaw, A Backstrom, SA Bekessy, B Coffey, R Faulkner, ...
Global Policy 8 (2), 253-256, 2017
122017
Putting the cat before the wildlife: Exploring cat owners' beliefs about cat containment as predictors of owner behavior
LM van Eeden, F Hames, R Faulkner, A Geschke, ZE Squires, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (10), e502, 2021
52021
An assessment of the national effort towards feral cat control
GE Garrard, RA Faulkner, L Mata, N Torabi, IR Peterson, A Gordon, ...
RMIT University: Melbourne, Vic., Australia, 2017
22017
Projecting biodiversity benefits of conservation behavior‐change programs
MJ Selinske, SA Bekessy, WL Geary, R Faulkner, F Hames, C Fletcher, ...
Conservation Biology 36 (3), e13845, 2022
2022
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F Damiens, L Mumaw, A Backstrom, S Bekessy, B Coffey, R Faulkner, ...
Policy 8 (2), 253-256, 0
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