Daisy Englert Duursma
Daisy Englert Duursma
Verified email at mq.edu.au
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Common tree definitions for national forest inventories in Europe
T Gschwantner, K Schadauer, C Vidal, A Lanz, E Tomppo, L Di Cosmo, ...
Finnish Society of Forest Science, 2009
Continental-scale assessment of risk to the Australian Odonata from climate change
AA Bush, DA Nipperess, DE Duursma, G Theischinger, E Turak, ...
PloS one 9 (2), e88958, 2014
Biological, ecological, conservation and legal information for all species and subspecies of Australian bird
ST Garnett, DE Duursma, G Ehmke, PJ Guay, A Stewart, JK Szabo, ...
Scientific Data 2 (1), 1-6, 2015
Which species distribution models are more (or less) likely to project broad-scale, climate-induced shifts in species ranges?
LJ Beaumont, E Graham, DE Duursma, PD Wilson, A Cabrelli, ...
Ecological Modelling 342, 135-146, 2016
Next-generation invaders? Hotspots for naturalised sleeper weeds in Australia under future climates
DE Duursma, RV Gallagher, E Roger, L Hughes, PO Downey, ...
PLoS One 8 (12), e84222, 2013
The grass may not always be greener: projected reductions in climatic suitability for exotic grasses under future climates in Australia
RV Gallagher, DE Duursma, J O’Donnell, PD Wilson, PO Downey, ...
Biological Invasions 15 (5), 961-975, 2013
Characterizing opportunistic breeding at a continental scale using all available sources of phenological data: An assessment of 337 species across the Australian continent
DE Duursma, RV Gallagher, SC Griffith
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 134 (3), 509-519, 2017
A tool to assess potential for alien plant establishment and expansion under climate change
E Roger, DE Duursma, PO Downey, RV Gallagher, L Hughes, J Steel, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 159, 121-127, 2015
Global projections of 21 st century land-use changes in regions adjacent to protected areas
LJ Beaumont, D Duursma
PLoS One 7 (8), e43714, 2012
Designing marine reserves to reduce bycatch of mobile species: a case study using juvenile red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus)
SL Diamond, KM Kleisner, DE Duursma, Y Wang
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67 (8), 1335-1349, 2010
Variation in avian egg shape and nest structure is explained by climatic conditions
DE Duursma, RV Gallagher, JJ Price, SC Griffith
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
Variation in the timing of avian egg‐laying in relation to climate
D Englert Duursma, RV Gallagher, SC Griffith
Ecography 42 (3), 535-548, 2019
Effects of El Niņo Southern Oscillation on avian breeding phenology
D Englert Duursma, RV Gallagher, SC Griffith
Diversity and Distributions 24 (8), 1061-1071, 2018
Impacts of climate change on the distributions of allergenic species
LJ Beaumont, DE Duursma
Impacts of climate change on allergens and allergic diseases, 29, 2016
Large-Scale Data Collection Metadata Management at the National Computation Infrastructure
J Wang, BJK Evans, I Bastrakova, G Ryder, J Martin, D Duursma, K Gohar, ...
AGUFM 2014, IN14B-07, 2014
Prioritising naturalised plant species for threat assessment: developing a decision tool for managers
L Hughes, P Downey, DE Duursma, R Gallagher, S Johnson, M Leishman, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013
Potential impacts of a future persistent El Niņo or La Niņa on three subspecies of Australian butterflies
LJ Beaumont, D Duursma, DJ Kemp, PD Wilson, JP Evans
Biotropica 49 (1), 110-116, 2017
Unscrambling variation in avian eggshell colour and patterning in a continent-wide study
KL L'Herpiniere, LG O'Neill, AF Russell, DE Duursma, SC Griffith
Royal Society open science 6 (1), 181269, 2019
Egg size is unrelated to ambient temperature in the opportunistically breeding zebra finch
SC Griffith, SC Andrew, LSC McCowan, LL Hurley, D Englert Duursma, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 51 (2), 2020
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