|The capacity of Australia's protected‐area system to represent threatened species|
JEM Watson, MC Evans, J Carwardine, RA Fuller, LN Joseph, DB Segan, ...
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 324-332, 2011
|Why do we map threats? Linking threat mapping with actions to make better conservation decisions|
VJD Tulloch, AIT Tulloch, P Visconti, BS Halpern, JEM Watson, MC Evans, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (2), 91-99, 2015
|Locking in loss: baselines of decline in Australian biodiversity offset policies|
M Maron, JW Bull, MC Evans, A Gordon
Biological Conservation 192, 504-512, 2015
|Taming a wicked problem: resolving controversies in biodiversity offsetting|
M Maron, CD Ives, H Kujala, JW Bull, FJF Maseyk, S Bekessy, A Gordon, ...
BioScience 66 (6), 489-498, 2016
|The spatial distribution of threats to species in Australia|
MC Evans, JEM Watson, RA Fuller, O Venter, SC Bennett, PR Marsack, ...
BioScience 61 (4), 281-289, 2011
|Prioritizing conservation investments for mammal species globally|
KA Wilson, MC Evans, M Di Marco, DC Green, L Boitani, HP Possingham, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
|What works for threatened species recovery? An empirical evaluation for Australia|
MFJ Taylor, PS Sattler, M Evans, RA Fuller, JEM Watson, HP Possingham
Biodiversity and conservation 20 (4), 767-777, 2011
|Deforestation in Australia: drivers, trends and policy responses|
Pacific Conservation Biology 22 (2), 130-150, 2016
|What to do in the face of multiple threats? Incorporating dependencies within a return on investment framework for conservation|
MC Evans, HP Possingham, KA Wilson
Diversity and Distributions 17 (3), 437-450, 2011
|Carbon farming via assisted natural regeneration as a cost-effective mechanism for restoring biodiversity in agricultural landscapes|
MC Evans, J Carwardine, RJ Fensham, DW Butler, KA Wilson, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 50, 114-129, 2015
|A loss‐gain calculator for biodiversity offsets and the circumstances in which no net loss is feasible|
P Gibbons, MC Evans, M Maron, A Gordon, D Le Roux, A von Hase, ...
Conservation Letters 9 (4), 252-259, 2016
|The development of the Australian environmental offsets policy: from theory to practice|
KL Miller, JA Trezise, S Kraus, K Dripps, MC Evans, P Gibbons, ...
Environmental conservation 42 (4), 306-314, 2015
|Ecological consequences of land clearing and policy reform in Queensland|
AE Reside, J Beher, AJ Cosgrove, MC Evans, L Seabrook, JL Silcock, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 23 (3), 219-230, 2017
|The many meanings of no net loss in environmental policy|
M Maron, S Brownlie, JW Bull, MC Evans, A von Hase, F Quétier, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (1), 19, 2018
|The anatomy of a failed offset|
DB Lindenmayer, M Crane, MC Evans, M Maron, P Gibbons, S Bekessy, ...
Biological Conservation 210, 286-292, 2017
|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
|The value of using feasibility models in systematic conservation planning to predict landholder management uptake|
AIT Tulloch, VJD Tulloch, MC Evans, M Mills
Conservation Biology 28 (6), 1462-1473, 2014
|Embrace complexity to improve conservation decision making|
MC Evans, F Davila, A Toomey, C Wyborn
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (11), 1588, 2017
|An introduction to achieving policy impact for early career researchers|
MC Evans, C Cvitanovic
Palgrave Communications 4 (1), 88, 2018
|Effective incentives for reforestation: lessons from Australia's carbon farming policies|
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 32, 38-45, 2018