|Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: Impacts on ecosystems and human well-being|
GT Pecl, MB Ara˙jo, JD Bell, J Blanchard, TC Bonebrake, IC Chen, ...
Science 355 (6332), 2017
|Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments: a genetic perspective|
AR Weeks, CM Sgro, AG Young, R Frankham, NJ Mitchell, KA Miller, ...
Evolutionary Applications 4 (6), 709-725, 2011
|Predicting the fate of a living fossil: how will global warming affect sex determination and hatching phenology in tuatara?|
NJ Mitchell, MR Kearney, NJ Nelson, WP Porter
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1648), 2185-2193, 2008
|Temperature-dependent sex determination and contemporary climate change|
NJ Mitchell, FJ Janzen
Sexual Development 4 (1-2), 129-140, 2010
|The recent decline of a New Zealand endemic: how and why did populations of Archey's frog Leiopelma archeyi crash over 1996–2001?|
BD Bell, S Carver, NJ Mitchell, S Pledger
Biological Conservation 120 (2), 189-199, 2004
|Using assisted colonisation to conserve biodiversity and restore ecosystem function under climate change|
ID Lunt, M Byrne, JJ Hellmann, NJ Mitchell, ST Garnett, MW Hayward, ...
Biological Conservation 157, 172-177, 2013
|Managing consequences of climate‐driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science|
TC Bonebrake, CJ Brown, JD Bell, JL Blanchard, A Chauvenet, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (1), 284-305, 2018
|Influence of Environmental Oxygen on Development and Hatching of Aquatic Eggs of the Australian Frog, Crinia georgiana|
RS Seymour, JD Roberts, NJ Mitchell, AJ Blaylock
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73 (4), 501-507, 2000
|Detecting extinction risk from climate change by IUCN Red List criteria|
DA Keith, M Mahony, H Hines, J Elith, TJ Regan, JB Baumgartner, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (3), 810-819, 2014
|Demographic effects of temperature‐dependent sex determination: will tuatara survive global warming?|
NJ Mitchell, FW Allendorf, SN Keall, CH Daugherty, NJ Nelson
Global Change Biology 16 (1), 60-72, 2010
|Support for a rare pattern of temperature-dependent sex determination in archaic reptiles: evidence from two species of tuatara (Sphenodon)|
NJ Mitchell, NJ Nelson, A Cree, S Pledger, SN Keall, CH Daugherty
Frontiers in Zoology 3 (1), 9, 2006
|Havens for threatened Australian mammals: the contributions of fenced areas and offshore islands to the protection of mammal species susceptible to introduced predators|
S Legge, JCZ Woinarski, AA Burbidge, R Palmer, J Ringma, JQ Radford, ...
Wildlife Research 45 (7), 627-644, 2018
|Sex ratio bias and extinction risk in an isolated population of tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus)|
KL Grayson, NJ Mitchell, JM Monks, SN Keall, JN Wilson, NJ Nelson
PLoS One 9 (4), e94214, 2014
|How to decide whether to move species threatened by climate change|
TM Rout, E McDonald-Madden, TG Martin, NJ Mitchell, HP Possingham, ...
PloS one 8 (10), e75814, 2013
|Males call more from wetter nests: effects of substrate water potential on reproductive behaviours of terrestrial toadlets|
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2001
|Is Australia ready for assisted colonization?: Policy changes required to facilitate translocations under climate change|
AA Burbidge, M Byrne, D Coates, ST Garnett, S Harris, MW Hayward, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 17 (3), 259, 2011
|Increased expression of Hsp70 and Hsp90 mRNA as biomarkers of thermal stress in loggerhead turtle embryos, Caretta caretta|
JN Tedeschi, WJ Kennington, O Berry, S Whiting, M Meekan, NJ Mitchell
Journal of Thermal Biology, 2014
|Linking eco-energetics and eco-hydrology to select sites for the assisted colonization of Australia’s rarest reptile|
N Mitchell, MR Hipsey, S Arnall, G McGrath, HB Tareque, G Kuchling, ...
Biology 2 (1), 1-25, 2013
|Heritable variation in heat shock gene expression: a potential mechanism for adaptation to thermal stress in embryos of sea turtles|
JN Tedeschi, WJ Kennington, JL Tomkins, O Berry, S Whiting, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1822), 20152320, 2016
|The impact of high temperatures on foraging behaviour and body condition in the Western Australian Magpie Cracticus tibicen dorsalis|
EK Edwards, NJ Mitchell, AR Ridley
Ostrich 86 (1-2), 137-144, 2015