Matthew W Fielding
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Species distribution models for conservation: identifying translocation sites for eastern quolls under climate change
MM Barlow, CN Johnson, MC McDowell, MW Fielding, RJ Amin, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 29, e01735, 2021
Habitat suitability, live abundance and their link to road mortality of Tasmanian wildlife
HKD Nguyen, MW Fielding, JC Buettel, BW Brook
Wildlife Research 46 (3), 236-246, 2019
Dominant carnivore loss benefits native avian and invasive mammalian scavengers
MW Fielding, CX Cunningham, JC Buettel, D Stojanovic, LA Yates, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1985), 20220521, 2022
Trophic rewilding of native extirpated predators on Bass Strait Islands could benefit woodland birds
MW Fielding, JC Buettel, BW Brook
Emu-Austral Ornithology 120 (3), 260-262, 2020
Predicting spatial and seasonal patterns of wildlife–vehicle collisions in high-risk areas
HKD Nguyen, MW Fielding, JC Buettel, BW Brook
Wildlife Research 49 (5), 428-437, 2022
Roadkill islands: carnivore extinction shifts seasonal use of roadside carrion by generalist avian scavenger
MW Fielding, JC Buettel, BW Brook, D Stojanovic, LA Yates
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2021
Ravens exploit wildlife roadkill and agricultural landscapes but do not affect songbird assemblages
MW Fielding, JC Buettel, H Nguyen, BW Brook
Emu-Austral Ornithology 120 (1), 11-21, 2020
Hot, unpredictable weather interacts with land use to restrict the distribution of the Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo
RJ Amin, JC Buettel, MW Fielding, PM Vaughan, BW Brook
Emu-Austral Ornithology 121 (4), 323-332, 2021
Extinction of the Tasmanian emu and opportunities for rewilding
T Derham, C Johnson, B Martin, J Ryeland, S Ondei, M Fielding, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 41, e02358, 2023
The cascading effects of top scavenger loss on bird communities: a case study on a shifting strait
M Fielding
University Of Tasmania, 2022
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