Dr Damian Michael
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Novel ecosystems resulting from landscape transformation create dilemmas for modern conservation practice
DB Lindenmayer, J Fischer, A Felton, M Crane, D Michael, C Macgregor, ...
Conservation letters 1 (3), 129-135, 2008
Reptile and arboreal marsupial response to replanted vegetation in agricultural landscapes
RB Cunningham, DB Lindenmayer, M Crane, D Michael, C MacGregor
Ecological Applications 17 (2), 609-619, 2007
What makes an effective restoration planting for woodland birds?
DB Lindenmayer, EJ Knight, MJ Crane, R Montague-Drake, DR Michael, ...
Biological Conservation 143 (2), 289-301, 2010
Are nest boxes a viable alternative source of cavities for hollow-dependent animals? Long-term monitoring of nest box occupancy, pest use and attrition
DB Lindenmayer, A Welsh, C Donnelly, M Crane, D Michael, ...
Biological Conservation 142 (1), 33-42, 2009
The combined effects of remnant vegetation and tree planting on farmland birds
RB Cunningham, DB Lindenmayer, M Crane, D Michael, C MacGREGOR, ...
Conservation Biology 22 (3), 742-752, 2008
How predictable are reptile responses to wildfire?
DB Lindenmayer, JT Wood, C MacGregor, DR Michael, RB Cunningham, ...
Oikos 117 (7), 1086-1097, 2008
Rocky outcrops: a hard road in the conservation of critical habitats
JA Fitzsimons, DR Michael
Biological Conservation 211, 36-44, 2017
The ecological roles of logs in Australian forests and the potential impacts of harvesting intensification on log-using biota
DB Lindenmayer, AW Claridge, AM Gilmore, D Michael, BD Lindenmayer
Pacific Conservation Biology 8 (2), 121-140, 2002
Contrasting mammal responses to vegetation type and fire
DB Lindenmayer, C MacGregor, A Welsh, C Donnelly, M Crane, ...
Wildlife Research 35 (5), 395-408, 2008
A forgotten habitat? Granite inselbergs conserve reptile diversity in fragmented agricultural landscapes
DR Michael, RB Cunningham, DB Lindenmayer
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (6), 1742-1752, 2008
Not all kinds of revegetation are created equal: revegetation type influences bird assemblages in threatened Australian woodland ecosystems
DB Lindenmayer, AR Northrop-Mackie, R Montague-Drake, M Crane, ...
PLoS One 7 (4), e34527, 2012
Testing hypotheses associated with bird responses to wildfire
DB Lindenmayer, JT Wood, RB Cunningham, C MacGregor, M Crane, ...
Ecological Applications 18 (8), 1967-1983, 2008
Temporal changes in vertebrates during landscape transformation: a large‐scale “natural experiment”
DB Lindenmayer, RB Cunningham, C MacGregor, M Crane, D Michael, ...
Ecological Monographs 78 (4), 567-590, 2008
Rapid assessment of the biodiversity impacts of the 2019–2020 Australian megafires to guide urgent management intervention and recovery and lessons for other regions
S Legge, JCZ Woinarski, BC Scheele, ST Garnett, M Lintermans, ...
Diversity and Distributions 28 (3), 571-591, 2022
The law of diminishing returns: woodland birds respond to native vegetation cover at multiple spatial scales and over time
RB Cunningham, DB Lindenmayer, M Crane, DR Michael, PS Barton, ...
Diversity and Distributions 20 (1), 59-71, 2014
Comparative use of active searches and artificial refuges to survey reptiles in temperate eucalypt woodlands
DR Michael, RB Cunningham, CF Donnelly, DB Lindenmayer
Wildlife Research 39 (2), 149-162, 2012
The conservation impacts of ecological disturbance: Time‐bound estimates of population loss and recovery for fauna affected by the 2019–2020 Australian megafires
S Legge, L Rumpff, JCZ Woinarski, NS Whiterod, M Ward, DG Southwell, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 31 (10), 2085-2104, 2022
Cross‐sectional vs. longitudinal research: a case study of trees with hollows and marsupials in Australian forests
DB Lindenmayer, J Wood, L McBurney, D Michael, M Crane, ...
Ecological Monographs 81 (4), 557-580, 2011
Richness is not all: how changes in avian functional diversity reflect major landscape modification caused by pine plantations
D Lindenmayer, W Blanchard, P Tennant, P Barton, K Ikin, A Mortelliti, ...
Diversity and Distributions 21 (7), 836-847, 2015
An experiment to test key hypotheses of the drivers of reptile distribution in subalpine ski resorts
CF Sato, JT Wood, M Schroder, K Green, WS Osborne, DR Michael, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (1), 13-22, 2014
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