Laura Rayner
Laura Rayner
Ecologist, ACT Parks and Conservation Service
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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Cities are hotspots for threatened species
CD Ives, PE Lentini, CG Threlfall, K Ikin, DF Shanahan, GE Garrard, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (1), 117-126, 2016
2202016
Are protected areas maintaining bird diversity?
L Rayner, DB Lindenmayer, JT Wood, P Gibbons, AD Manning
Ecography 37 (1), 43-53, 2014
492014
Key lessons for achieving biodiversity‐sensitive cities and towns
K Ikin, DS Le Roux, L Rayner, NR Villaseņor, K Eyles, P Gibbons, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (3), 206-214, 2015
442015
Hollow occurrence and abundance varies with tree characteristics and among species in temperate woodland Eucalyptus
L Rayner, M Ellis, JE Taylor
Austral Ecology 39 (2), 145-157, 2014
262014
Avifauna and urban encroachment in time and space
L Rayner, K Ikin, MJ Evans, P Gibbons, DB Lindenmayer, AD Manning
Diversity and Distributions 21 (4), 428-440, 2015
242015
Evaluating empirical evidence for decline in temperate woodland birds: a nationally threatened assemblage of species
L Rayner, DB Lindenmayer, P Gibbons, AD Manning
Biological Conservation 171, 145-155, 2014
212014
Double sampling to assess the accuracy of ground‐based surveys of tree hollows in eucalypt woodlands
L Rayner, M Ellis, JE Taylor
Austral Ecology 36 (3), 252-260, 2011
202011
Further knowledge and urgent action required to save orange-bellied parrots from extinction
D Stojanovic, F Alves, H Cook, R Crates, R Heinsohn, A Peters, L Rayner, ...
Emu-Austral Ornithology 118 (1), 126-134, 2018
172018
Citizen science program shows urban areas have lower occurrence of frog species, but not accelerated declines
MJ Westgate, BC Scheele, K Ikin, AM Hoefer, RM Beaty, M Evans, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0140973, 2015
152015
Undetected Allee effects in Australia’s threatened birds: implications for conservation
R Crates, L Rayner, D Stojanovic, M Webb, R Heinsohn
Emu-Austral Ornithology 117 (3), 207-221, 2017
122017
An occupancy approach to monitoring regent honeyeaters
R Crates, A Terauds, L Rayner, D Stojanovic, R Heinsohn, D Ingwersen, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (4), 669-677, 2017
122017
Variability in allometric relationships for temperate woodland Eucalyptus trees
JE Taylor, MV Ellis, L Rayner, KA Ross
Forest Ecology and Management 360, 122-132, 2016
102016
Contemporary breeding biology of critically endangered regent honeyeaters: implications for conservation
R Crates, L Rayner, D Stojanovic, M Webb, A Terauds, R Heinsohn
Ibis 161 (3), 521-532, 2019
92019
Growth, recruitment and attrition of Eucalyptus tree species in semi-arid temperate woodland
JE Taylor, MV Ellis, L Rayner
Forest ecology and management 331, 25-34, 2014
92014
Pre‐emptive action as a measure for conserving nomadic species
D Stojanovic, HCL Cook, C Sato, F Alves, G Harris, A McKernan, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (1), 64-71, 2019
82019
Effect of nest cavity morphology on reproductive success of a critically endangered bird
D Stojanovic, L Rayner, M Webb, R Heinsohn
Emu-Austral Ornithology 117 (3), 247-253, 2017
82017
Remotely‐sensed foliage cover and ground‐measured stand attributes are complimentary when estimating tree hollow abundances across relictual woodlands in agricultural landscapes
MV Ellis, JE Taylor, L Rayner
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (2), 114-123, 2015
72015
Growth characteristics of Eucalyptus camaldulensis trees differ between adjacent regulated and unregulated rivers in semi-arid temperate woodlands
MV Ellis, JE Taylor, L Rayner
Forest Ecology and Management 398, 1-9, 2017
52017
Spatially and temporally targeted suppression of despotic noisy miners has conservation benefits for highly mobile and threatened woodland birds
R Crates, A Terauds, L Rayner, D Stojanovic, R Heinsohn, C Wilkie, ...
Biological Conservation 227, 343-351, 2018
42018
Variation in tree hollow availability in semi-arid woodlands of central-western NSW
L Rayner
32008
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