Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
Senior Research Scientist, Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia
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Analysis of factors implicated in the recent decline of Australia's mammal fauna
NL McKenzie, AA Burbidge, A Baynes, RN Brereton, CR Dickman, ...
Journal of Biogeography 34 (4), 597-611, 2007
A systematic literature review of automated clinical coding and classification systems
MH Stanfill, M Williams, SH Fenton, RA Jenders, WR Hersh
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 17 (6), 646-651, 2010
Midbrain dopamine function in schizophrenia and depression: a post-mortem and positron emission tomographic imaging study
OD Howes, M Williams, K Ibrahim, G Leung, A Egerton, PK McGuire, ...
Brain 136 (11), 3242-3251, 2013
An Extreme‐Value Function Model of the Species Incidence and Species‐‐Area Relations
MR Williams
Ecology 76 (8), 2607-2616, 1995
History, island area and habitat availability determine land snail species richness of Aegean islands
FW Welter‐Schultes, MR Williams
Journal of Biogeography 26 (2), 239-249, 1999
Exploring the relationship between sampling efficiency and short‐range endemism for groundwater fauna in the Pilbara region, Western Australia
SM Eberhard, SA Halse, MR Williams, MD Scanlon, J Cocking, HJ Barron
Freshwater Biology 54 (4), 885-901, 2009
Influence of bait type, weather and prey abundance on bait uptake by feral cats (Felis catus) on Peron Peninsula, Western Australia.
D Algar, GJ Angus, MR Williams, AE Mellican
Conservation Science Western Australia 6 (1), 2007
Mammals of Australian islands: factors influencing species richness
A Burbidge, M Williams, I Abbott
Journal of Biogeography 24 (6), 703-715, 1997
Wetland characteristics and waterbird use of wetlands in south-western Australia
SA Halse, MR Williams, RP Jaensch, JAK Lane
Wildlife Research 20 (1), 103-125, 1993
Mortality in diabetes mellitus: experience of a geographically defined population
JSK Wong, DWM Pearson, LE Murchison, MJ Williams, V Narayan
Diabetic medicine 8 (2), 135-139, 1991
Sudden and rapid decline of the abundant marsupial Bettongia penicillata in Australia
AF Wayne, MA Maxwell, CG Ward, CV Vellios, I Wilson, JC Wayne, ...
Oryx 49 (1), 175-185, 2015
Correspondence between plight morphology and foraging ecology in some palaeotropical bats
NL McKenzie, AC Gunnell, M Yani, MR Williams
Australian Journal of Zoology 43 (3), 241-257, 1995
Hollows in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) and marri (Corymbia calophylla) trees: II. Selecting trees to retain for hollow dependent fauna
KR Whitford, MR Williams
Forest Ecology and Management 160 (1-3), 215-232, 2002
Species–area functions revisited
MR Williams, BB Lamont, JD Henstridge
Journal of Biogeography 36 (10), 1994-2004, 2009
An investigation of psychological distress in patients who have beentreated for head and neck cancer
JM Hutton, M Williams
British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 39 (5), 333-339, 2001
Importance of getting the numbers right: quantifying the rapid and substantial decline of an abundant marsupial, Bettongia penicillata
AF Wayne, MA Maxwell, CG Ward, CV Vellios, BG Ward, GL Liddelow, ...
Wildlife Research 40 (3), 169-183, 2013
Edges and gaps in mature karri forest, south-western Australia: logging effects on bird species abundance and diversity.
G Wardell-Johnson, M Williams
Forest Ecology and Management 131 (1-3), 1-21, 2000
Survival of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Sm.) and marri (Corymbia calophylla Lindl.) habitat trees retained after logging
KR Whitford, MR Williams
Forest Ecology and Management 146 (1-3), 181-197, 2001
A floristic survey of the Tingle Mosaic, south-western Australia: applications in land use planning and management
G Wardell-Johnson, M Williams
Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 79, 249, 1996
Recovery of bird populations after clearfelling of tall open eucalypt forest in Western Australia
MR Williams, I Abbott, GL Liddelow, C Vellios, IB Wheeler, AE Mellican
Journal of Applied Ecology 38 (5), 910-920, 2001
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