Karl Vernes
Karl Vernes
Ecosystem Management, University of New England
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TitleCited byYear
Human–wildlife conflict in the Kingdom of Bhutan: patterns of livestock predation by large mammalian carnivores
T Sangay, K Vernes
Biological Conservation 141 (5), 1272-1282, 2008
1252008
Gliding Performance of the Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys Sabrinus) in Mature Mixed Forest of Eastern Canada
K Vernes
Journal of Mammalogy 82 (4), 1026-1033, 2001
832001
Effects of landscape composition and configuration on northern flying squirrels in a forest mosaic
LE Ritchie, MG Betts, G Forbes, K Vernes
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (9), 1920-1929, 2009
602009
Effects of season and fire on the diversity of hypogeous fungi consumed by a tropical mycophagous marsupial
K Vernes, M Castellano, CN Johnson
Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (6), 945-954, 2001
592001
Stability of nest range, home range and movement of the northern bettong (Bettongia tropica) following moderate-intensity fire in a tropical woodland, north-eastern Queensland
K Vernes, LC Pope
Wildlife Research 28 (2), 141-150, 2001
522001
Effect of fire on northern bettong (Bettongia tropica) foraging behaviour
K Vernes, DT Haydon
Austral Ecology 26 (6), 649-659, 2001
512001
Seasonal and yearly changes in consumption of hypogeous fungi by northern flying squirrels and red squirrels in old-growth forest, New Brunswick
K Vernes, S Blois, F Bärlocher
Canadian Journal of Zoology 82 (1), 110-117, 2004
492004
Mammal mycophagy and fungal spore dispersal across a steep environmental gradient in eastern Australia
K Vernes, L Dunn
Austral Ecology 34 (1), 69-76, 2009
462009
Mammalian Diet and Broad Hunting Strategy of the Dingo (Canis familiaris dingo) in the Wet Tropical Rain Forests of Northeastern Australia1
K Vernes, A Dennis, J Winter
Biotropica 33 (2), 339-345, 2001
452001
Seasonality, dung specificity and competition in dung beetle assemblages in the Australian Wet Tropics, north-eastern Australia
K Vernes, LC Pope, CJ Hill, F Bärlocher
Journal of Tropical Ecology 21 (1), 1-8, 2005
412005
Fine‐scale habitat preferences and habitat partitioning by three mycophagous mammals in tropical wet sclerophyll forest, north‐eastern Australia
K Vernes
Austral Ecology 28 (5), 471-479, 2003
382003
Pellet counts to estimate density of a rainforest kangaroo
K Vernes
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 991-996, 1999
381999
Immediate effects of fire on survivorship of the northern bettong (Bettongia tropica): an endangered Australian marsupial
K Vernes
Biological conservation 96 (3), 305-309, 2000
362000
Habitat correlates of the red panda in the temperate forests of Bhutan
S Dorji, K Vernes, R Rajaratnam
PLoS One 6 (10), e26483, 2011
352011
The history of wildlife camera trapping as a survey tool in Australia
PD Meek, GA Ballard, K Vernes, PJS Fleming
Australian Mammalogy 37 (1), 1-12, 2015
302015
The Vulnerable red panda Ailurus fulgens in Bhutan: distribution, conservation status and management recommendations
S Dorji, R Rajaratnam, K Vernes
Oryx 46 (4), 536-543, 2012
302012
On the reliability of expert identification of small-medium sized mammals from camera trap photos
PD Meek, K Vernes, G Falzon
Wildlife Biology in Practice 9 (2), 1-19, 2013
292013
Are introduced black rats (Rattus rattus) a functional replacement for mycophagous native rodents in fragmented forests?
K Vernes, K McGrath
Fungal Ecology 2 (3), 145-148, 2009
262009
Fire-related changes in biomass of hypogeous sporocarps at foraging points used by a tropical mycophagous marsupial
K Vernes, CN Johnson, MA Castellano
Mycological Research 108 (12), 1438-1446, 2004
262004
‘Cort short on a mountaintop’–Eight new species of sequestrate Cortinarius from sub-alpine Australia and affinities to sections within the genus
M Danks, T Lebel, K Vernes
Persoonia: Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 24, 106, 2010
252010
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