Dr Sacha Jellinek
Dr Sacha Jellinek
University of Melbourne, School of Agriculture, Food and Ecosystem Sciences
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Environmental and vegetation variables have a greater influence than habitat fragmentation in structuring lizard communities in remnant urban bushland
S Jellinek, DA Driscoll, JB Kirkpatrick
Austral ecology 29 (3), 294-304, 2004
Quantifying plant colour and colour difference as perceived by humans using digital images
D Kendal, CE Hauser, GE Garrard, S Jellinek, KM Giljohann, JL Moore
PLoS one 8 (8), e72296, 2013
Are incentive programs working? Landowner attitudes to ecological restoration of agricultural landscapes
S Jellinek, KM Parris, DA Driscoll, PD Dwyer
Journal of environmental management 127, 69-76, 2013
Integrating diverse social and ecological motivations to achieve landscape restoration
S Jellinek, KA Wilson, V Hagger, L Mumaw, B Cooke, AM Guerrero, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (1), 246-252, 2019
Modelling the benefits of habitat restoration in socio-ecological systems
S Jellinek, L Rumpff, DA Driscoll, KM Parris, BA Wintle
Biological Conservation 169, 60-67, 2014
Reptiles in restored agricultural landscapes: the value of linear strips, patches and habitat condition
S Jellinek, KM Parris, MA McCarthy, BA Wintle, DA Driscoll
Animal Conservation 17 (6), 544-554, 2014
Negotiating multiple motivations in the science and practice of ecological restoration
C Wyborn, S Jellinek, B Cooke
Ecological Management & Restoration 13 (3), 249-253, 2012
Are only the strong surviving? Little influence of restoration on beetles (Coleoptera) in an agricultural landscape
S Jellinek, KM Parris, DA Driscoll
Biological Conservation 162, 17-23, 2013
Natural History of the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth Region (Yarluwar-Ruwe)
L Mosley, Q Ye, S Shepherd, S Hemming, R Fitzpatrick
University of Adelaide Press, 2018
Using prioritisation tools to strategically restore vegetation communities in fragmented agricultural landscapes
S Jellinek
Ecological management & restoration 18 (1), 45-53, 2017
Replanting agricultural landscapes: How well do plants survive after habitat restoration?
S. Jellinek, T. Te, J. Tuck, P. A. Harrison
Restoration Ecology, 2020
Facilitating the restoration of aquatic plant communities in a Ramsar wetland
S Jellinek, T Te, SL Gehrig, H Stewart, JM Nicol
Restoration Ecology 24 (4), 528-537, 2016
Facilitating collaborations between researchers and practitioners in ecosystem management and restoration
S Jellinek, S Lloyd, C Catterall, C Sato
Ecological Management & Restoration 22 (2), 208-213, 2021
Establishing Victoria's Ecological Infrastructure: A Guide to Creating Climate Future Plots
S Jellinek, T Bailey …, 2020
The value of revegetated linear strips and patches of habitat for faunal conservation: reconciling ecological and landholder perspectives
S Jellinek
Monitoring of Phragmites australis expansion and recruitment within the Black Swamp and lower Tookayerta Region: A Final Report to Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth …
R Duffield, T Roberts
Conservation Council of SA and the University of Adelaide. Funded by …, 2016
Evaluating revegetation outcomes through community based monitoring
S Jellinek, TA O'Brien, A Bennett
La Trobe, 2020
DNA metabarcoding uncovers dispersal‐constrained arthropods in a highly fragmented restoration setting
P Contos, H Gibb, S Jellinek, NP Murphy
Restoration Ecology 32 (3), e14068, 2024
The Influence of Habitat Fragmentation on Reptile Species Located in an Urban Landscape
S Jellinek
University of Tasmania, 2002
Revegetated riparian areas are dominated by weeds, and lack structural diversity and natural recruitment: lessons for restoration practice
E Foley‐Congdon, S Jellinek, YE Chee, J Greet
Restoration Ecology, e14098, 2024
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