Julian Di Stefano
Julian Di Stefano
Fire Ecology and Biodiversity Group, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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How much power is enough? Against the development of an arbitrary convention for statistical power calculations
J Di Stefano
Functional Ecology 17 (5), 707-709, 2003
1592003
A confidence interval approach to data analysis
J Di Stefano
Forest Ecology and Management 187 (2-3), 173-183, 2004
972004
Energy efficiency and the environment: the potential for energy efficient lighting to save energy and reduce carbon dioxide emissions at Melbourne University, Australia
J Di Stefano
Energy 25 (9), 823-839, 2000
962000
Power analysis and sustainable forest management
J Di Stefano
Forest Ecology and Management 154 (1-2), 141-153, 2001
702001
Defining vegetation age class distributions for multispecies conservation in fire-prone landscapes
J Di Stefano, MA McCarthy, A York, TJ Duff, J Slingo, F Christie
Biological Conservation 166, 111-117, 2013
542013
Predicting faunal fire responses in heterogeneous landscapes: the role of habitat structure
M Swan, F Christie, H Sitters, A York, J Di Stefano
Ecological Applications 25 (8), 2293-2305, 2015
512015
Effect size estimates and confidence intervals: an alternative focus for the presentation and interpretation of ecological data
J Di Stefano, F Fidler, G Cumming
New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc,, 2005
512005
Avian responses to the diversity and configuration of fire age classes and vegetation types across a rainfall gradient
H Sitters, FJ Christie, J Di Stefano, M Swan, T Penman, PC Collins, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 13-20, 2014
472014
Responses of invasive predators and native prey to a prescribed forest fire
BA Hradsky, C Mildwaters, EG Ritchie, F Christie, J Di Stefano
Journal of Mammalogy 98 (3), 835-847, 2017
462017
Habitat selection by the swamp wallaby (Wallabia bicolor) in relation to diel period, food and shelter
J Di Stefano, A York, M Swan, A Greenfield, G Coulson
Austral Ecology 34 (2), 143-155, 2009
432009
Detecting mammals in heterogeneous landscapes: implications for biodiversity monitoring and management
M Swan, J Di Stefano, F Christie, E Steel, A York
Biodiversity and Conservation 23 (2), 343-355, 2014
412014
Diet Selection by the Swamp Wallaby (Wallabia bicolor): Feeding Strategies under Conditions of Changed Food Availability
J Di Stefano, GR Newell
Journal of Mammalogy 89 (6), 1540-1549, 2008
412008
Fire, landscape change and models of small mammal habitat suitability at multiple spatial scales
J Di Stefano, L Owen, R Morris, T Duff, A York
Austral Ecology 36 (6), 638-649, 2011
392011
Bird functional diversity decreases with time since disturbance: Does patchy prescribed fire enhance ecosystem function?
H Sitters, J Di Stefano, F Christie, M Swan, A York
Ecological Applications 26 (1), 115-127, 2016
382016
River red gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis): a review of ecosystem processes, seedling regeneration and silvicultural practice
J Di Stefano
Australian Forestry 65 (1), 14-22, 2002
352002
Associations between occupancy and habitat structure can predict avian responses to disturbance: implications for conservation management
H Sitters, F Christie, J Di Stefano, M Swan, P Collins, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 331, 227-236, 2014
322014
How do heterogeneity in vegetation types and post-fire age-classes contribute to plant diversity at the landscape scale?
JS Cohn, J Di Stefano, F Christie, G Cheers, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 346, 22-30, 2015
272015
Fire regimes and environmental gradients shape vertebrate and plant distributions in temperate eucalypt forests
LT Kelly, A Haslem, GJ Holland, SWJ Leonard, J MacHunter, M Bassett, ...
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01781, 2017
262017
Soft-release versus hard-release for reintroduction of an endangered species: an experimental comparison using eastern barred bandicoots (Perameles gunnii)
J De Milliano, J Di Stefano, P Courtney, P Temple-Smith, G Coulson
Wildlife Research 43 (1), 1-12, 2016
262016
Bird diversity increases after patchy prescribed fire: implications from a before–after control–impact study
H Sitters, J Di Stefano, FJ Christie, P Sunnucks, A York
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (5), 690-701, 2015
252015
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