Monique Ladds
Monique Ladds
Department of Conservation
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Changes in impacts of climate extremes: human systems and ecosystems
J Handmer, Y Honda, ZW Kundzewicz, N Arnell, G Benito, J Hatfield, ...
Managing the risks of extreme events and disasters to advance climate change …, 2012
2652012
How much do disasters cost? A comparison of disaster cost estimates in Australia
M Ladds, A Keating, J Handmer, L Magee
International journal of disaster risk reduction 21, 419-429, 2017
372017
Super machine learning: improving accuracy and reducing variance of behaviour classification from accelerometry
MA Ladds, AP Thompson, JP Kadar, DJ Slip, DP Hocking, RG Harcourt
Animal Biotelemetry 5 (1), 1-9, 2017
342017
Chew, shake, and tear: Prey processing in Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea)
DP Hocking, MA Ladds, DJ Slip, EMG Fitzgerald, AR Evans
Marine Mammal Science 33 (2), 541-557, 2017
242017
Seeing it all: evaluating supervised machine learning methods for the classification of diverse otariid behaviours
MA Ladds, AP Thompson, DJ Slip, DP Hocking, RG Harcourt
PloS one 11 (12), e0166898, 2016
242016
Updating the costs of disasters in Australia
J Handmer, M Ladds, L Magee
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 33 (2), 40-46, 2018
212018
Proxies of energy expenditure for marine mammals: an experimental test of “the time trap”
MA Ladds, DAS Rosen, DJ Slip, RG Harcourt
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
122017
Using accelerometers to develop time-energy budgets of wild fur seals from captive surrogates
MA Ladds, M Salton, DP Hocking, RR McIntosh, AP Thompson, DJ Slip, ...
PeerJ 6, e5814, 2018
112018
Intrinsic and extrinsic influences on standard metabolic rates of three species of Australian otariid
MA Ladds, DJ Slip, RG Harcourt
Conservation physiology 5 (1), cow074, 2017
102017
Swimming metabolic rates vary by sex and development stage, but not by species, in three species of Australian otariid seals
MA Ladds, DJ Slip, RG Harcourt
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 187 (3), 503-516, 2017
92017
Acoustic accelerometry reveals diel activity patterns in premigratory Port Jackson sharks
J Kadar, M Ladds, J Mourier, J Day, C Brown
Ecology and evolution 9 (16), 8933-8944, 2019
82019
Locating the intangible: Integrating a sense of place into cost estimations of natural disasters
L Magee, J Handmer, T Neale, M Ladds
Geoforum 77, 61-72, 2016
72016
Creating functional groups of marine fish from categorical traits
MA Ladds, N Sibanda, R Arnold, MR Dunn
PeerJ 6, e5795, 2018
62018
Government liabilities for disaster risk in industrialized countries: a case study of Australia
S Hochrainer-Stigler, A Keating, J Handmer, M Ladds
Environmental Hazards 17 (5), 418-435, 2018
62018
Disaster losses from natural hazards in Australia, 1967-2013
J Handmer, M Ladds, L Magee
Final Report forupdating the 2001 Australian Bureau of Transport Economics …, 0
5
J Slip D., P Hocking D., & G Harcourt R.(2017)
MA Ladds, AP Thompson, JP Kadar
Super machine learning: Improving accuracy and reducing variance of …, 0
5
Relationship between morphometrics and trophic levels in deep-sea fishes
MA Ladds, MH Pinkerton, E Jones, LM Durante, MR Dunn
Marine Ecology Progress Series 637, 225-235, 2020
42020
Risk taking in badminton to optimize in-the-run performance
A Bedford, T Barnett, M Ladds
Tenth Australasian Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport (10M&CS …, 2010
42010
The utility of accelerometers to predict stroke rate in captive fur seals and sea lions
MA Ladds, DA Rosen, DJ Slip, RG Harcourt
Biology open 6 (9), 1396-1400, 2017
32017
Pragmatic disaster loss assessment
J Handmer, MA Ladds, L Magee
Nature Climate Change 7 (8), 536-536, 2017
32017
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