Keren Gila Raiter
Keren Gila Raiter
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TitleCited byYear
Under the radar: mitigating enigmatic ecological impacts
KG Raiter, HP Possingham, SM Prober, RJ Hobbs
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (11), 635-644, 2014
332014
Clear consideration of costs, condition and conservation benefits yields better planning outcomes
MC Evans, AIT Tulloch, EA Law, KG Raiter, HP Possingham, KA Wilson
Biological Conservation 191, 716-727, 2015
232015
Linear infrastructure impacts on landscape hydrology
KG Raiter, SM Prober, HP Possingham, F Westcott, RJ Hobbs
Journal of environmental management 206, 446-457, 2018
42018
Lines in the sand: quantifying the cumulative development footprint in the world’s largest remaining temperate woodland
KG Raiter, SM Prober, RJ Hobbs, HP Possingham
Landscape ecology 32 (10), 1969-1986, 2017
42017
Vehicle tracks are predator highways in intact landscapes
KG Raiter, RJ Hobbs, HP Possingham, LE Valentine, SM Prober
Biological conservation 228, 281-290, 2018
22018
Enigmatic ecological impacts of mining and linear infrastructure development in Australia's Great Western Woodlands
KG Raiter
University of Western Australia. Available at: http://research-repository …, 2016
12016
Full ecological impacts of resource development
KG Raiter
AUSTRAL ECOLOGY 44 (3), 565-567, 2019
2019
Full ecological impacts of resource development: impacts are missing from conventional impact assessments
KG Raiter
Hot Topics in Ecology. Published by the Ecological Society of Australia …, 2018
2018
Lines in the sand: quantifying the cumulative development footprint in the Great Western Woodlands
KG Raiter
Decision Point 103, 8-9, 2018
2018
Roads versus flows in the Great Western Woodlands: surface-water insights into linear infrastructure effects
KG Raiter
Mendeley Data, 2017
2017
Spatial analysis data for 'Lines in the sand: quantifying the cumulative development footprint in the world's largest remaining temperate woodland'
KG Raiter
Advanced Ecological Knowledge and Observation System (ĘKOS), 2017
2017
Better planning outcomes requires clear consideration of costs, condition and conservation benefits, and access to the best available data: Reply to Gosper et al., 2016
MC Evans, AIT Tulloch, EA Law, KG Raiter, HP Possingham, KA Wilson
Biological Conservation 200, 242-243, 2016
2016
Rainfall–runoff relationships for Darling Range water supply catchments in 2007
KG Raiter
Department of Water, Perth. Available at: https://www.water.wa.gov.au/__data …, 2012
2012
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