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Jamie B. Kirkpatrick
Jamie B. Kirkpatrick
School of Geography, Planning and Spatial Sciences, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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An iterative method for establishing priorities for the selection of nature reserves: an example from Tasmania
JB Kirkpatrick
Biological Conservation 25 (2), 127-134, 1983
6361983
Does variation in garden characteristics influence the conservation of birds in suburbia?
GD Daniels, JB Kirkpatrick
Biological conservation 133 (3), 326-335, 2006
3132006
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
1842004
Resident attitudes towards trees influence the planting and removal of different types of trees in eastern Australian cities
JB Kirkpatrick, A Davison, GD Daniels
Landscape and urban planning 107 (2), 147-158, 2012
1742012
A continent transformed: human impact on the natural vegetation of Australia
JB Kirkpatrick
Oxford University Press, 1999
1481999
Explaining variation in front gardens between suburbs of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
JB Kirkpatrick, GD Daniels, T Zagorski
Landscape and Urban Planning 79 (3-4), 314-322, 2007
1372007
Australia's most threatened ecosystem-the southeastern lowland native grasslands
JB Kirkpatrick, K McDougall, M Hyde
1261995
Comparing the characteristics of front and back domestic gardens in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
GD Daniels, JB Kirkpatrick
Landscape and Urban Planning 78 (4), 344-352, 2006
1252006
A comparison of direct and environmental domain approaches to planning reservation of forest higher plant communities and species in Tasmania
JB Kirkpatrick, MJ Brown
Conservation biology 8 (1), 217-224, 1994
1251994
Extent of invasion of Tasmanian native vegetation by the exotic bumblebee Bombus terrestris (Apoidea: Apidae)
AB Kingston, J Marsden‐Smedley, DA Driscoll, S Corbett, J Fenton, ...
Austral Ecology 27 (2), 162-172, 2002
1222002
Vegetation of Tasmania 1: 500 000
JB Kirkpatrick, KJ Dickinson
Forestry Commission Tasmania, 1984
120*1984
Temporal and spatial variation in garden and street trees in six eastern Australian cities
JB Kirkpatrick, GD Daniels, A Davison
Landscape and urban planning 101 (3), 244-252, 2011
1152011
The impact of fire on Tasmanian alpine vegetation and soils
JB Kirkpatrick, KJM Dickinson
Australian Journal of Botany 32 (6), 613-629, 1984
1061984
Nature conservation and the regional forest agreement process
JB Kirkpatrick
Australian Journal of Environmental Management 5 (1), 31-37, 1998
1051998
Functional and spatial differentiation of urban bird assemblages at the landscape scale
LE Conole, JB Kirkpatrick
Landscape and Urban Planning 100 (1-2), 11-23, 2011
1042011
Vegetation-radiation relationships in mountainous terrain: eucalypt-dominated vegetation in the Risdon Hills, Tasmania
JB Kirkpatrick, M Nunez
Journal of Biogeography, 197-208, 1980
1031980
Conservation of lowland native grasslands in south-eastern Australia
JB McDougall, Keith L, Kirkpatrick
World Wide Fund for Nature Australia, 1993
102*1993
The community composition of Californian coastal sage scrub
JB Kirkpatrick, CF Hutchinson
Vegetatio 35 (1), 21-33, 1977
991977
City parks and cemeteries: Tasmania's remnant grasslands and grassy woodlands
JB Kirkpatrick, L Gilfedder, R Fensham
Tasmanian Conservation Trust, 1988
981988
Gardens and the bush: gardeners’ attitudes, garden types and invasives
T Zagorski, JB Kirkpatrick, E Stratford
Australian Geographical Studies 42 (2), 207-220, 2004
962004
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