Peter G. Spooner
TitleCited byYear
Using historical ecology to understand patterns of biodiversity in fragmented agricultural landscapes
ID Lunt, PG Spooner
Journal of Biogeography 32 (11), 1859-1873, 2005
1972005
Is fencing enough? The short‐term effects of stock exclusion in remnant grassy woodlands in southern NSW
P Spooner, I Lunt, W Robinson
Ecological Management & Restoration 3 (2), 117-126, 2002
1682002
Spatial analysis of roadside Acacia populations on a road network using the network K-function
PG Spooner, ID Lunt, A Okabe, S Shiode
Landscape ecology 19 (5), 491-499, 2004
952004
Effects of European colonization on indigenous ecosystems: post‐settlement changes in tree stand structures in Eucalyptus–Callitris woodlands in central New …
ID Lunt, N Jones, PG Spooner, M Petrow
Journal of Biogeography 33 (6), 1102-1115, 2006
792006
Woodlands on farms in southern New South Wales: a longer‐term assessment of vegetation changes after fencing
PG Spooner, SV Briggs
Ecological Management & Restoration 9 (1), 33-41, 2008
592008
Land‐use change: incorporating the frequency, sequence, time span, and magnitude of changes into ecological research
SJ Watson, GW Luck, PG Spooner, DM Watson
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (4), 241-249, 2014
552014
Effects of soil disturbance from roadworks on roadside shrubs in a fragmented agricultural landscape
PG Spooner, ID Lunt, SV Briggs, D Freudenberger
Biological Conservation 117 (4), 393-406, 2004
542004
Effects of road age on the structure of roadside vegetation in south-eastern Australia
PG Spooner, L Smallbone
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 129 (1-3), 57-64, 2009
492009
Response of Acacia species to disturbance by roadworks in roadside environments in southern New South Wales, Australia
PG Spooner
Biological Conservation 122 (2), 231-242, 2005
382005
Using a State-and-Transition Approach to Manage Endangered Eucalyptus albens (White Box) Woodlands
PG Spooner, KG Allcock
Environmental Management 38 (5), 771-783, 2006
372006
Spatial analysis of anthropogenic disturbance regimes and roadside shrubs in a fragmented agricultural landscape
PG Spooner, ID Lunt, SV Briggs
Applied Vegetation Science 7 (1), 61-70, 2004
372004
The influence of land-use history on roadside conservation values in an Australian agricultural landscape
PG Spooner, ID Lunt
Australian Journal of Botany 52 (4), 445-458, 2004
352004
On squatters, settlers and early surveyors: historical development of country road reserves in southern New South Wales
PG Spooner
Australian Geographer 36 (1), 55-73, 2005
322005
The effect of soil compaction on germination and early growth of Eucalyptus albens and an exotic annual grass
AK Skinner, ID Lunt, P Spooner, SUE McINTYRE
Austral Ecology 34 (6), 698-704, 2009
262009
The importance of managing the costs and benefits of bird activity for agricultural sustainability
S Triplett, GW Luck, P Spooner
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 10 (4), 268-288, 2012
222012
Origins of Travelling Stock Routes. 1. Connections to Indigenous traditional pathways
PG Spooner, M Firman
The Rangeland Journal 32 (3), 329-339, 2010
212010
Hemiparasitic shrubs increase resource availability and multi‐trophic diversity of eucalypt forest birds
DM Watson, HW McGregor, PG Spooner
Functional Ecology 25 (4), 889-899, 2011
182011
Changes in forest structure over 60 years: tree densities continue to increase in the Pilliga forests, New South Wales, Australia
RK Whipp, ID Lunt, PG Spooner, RA Bradstock
Australian Journal of Botany 60 (1), 1-8, 2012
122012
Can’t see the grass for the trees? Community values and perceptions of tree and shrub encroachment in south-eastern Australia
EA Sharp, PG Spooner, J Millar, SV Briggs
Landscape and urban planning 104 (2), 260-269, 2012
122012
Origins of Travelling Stock Routes. 2. Early development, management, and the growing embrace of the law (1830–70s)
JMR Cameron, PG Spooner
The Rangeland Journal 32 (3), 341-351, 2010
122010
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