Sarah Bekessy
Sarah Bekessy
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TitleCited byYear
Las especies arbóreas de los bosques templados de Chile y Argentina autoecología
C Donoso Zegers
2182006
Cities are hotspots for threatened species
CD Ives, PE Lentini, CG Threlfall, K Ikin, DF Shanahan, GE Garrard, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (1), 117-126, 2016
1822016
Integrating conservation planning and landuse planning in urban landscapes
A Gordon, D Simondson, M White, A Moilanen, SA Bekessy
Landscape and urban planning 91 (4), 183-194, 2009
1762009
The biodiversity bank cannot be a lending bank
SA Bekessy, BA Wintle, DB Lindenmayer, MA Mccarthy, M Colyvan, ...
Conservation Letters 3 (3), 151-158, 2010
1672010
Some practical suggestions for improving engagement between researchers and policy‐makers in natural resource management
P Gibbons, C Zammit, K Youngentob, HP Possingham, DB Lindenmayer, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 9 (3), 182-186, 2008
1502008
Genetic variation in the vulnerable and endemic Monkey Puzzle tree, detected using RAPDs
SA Bekessy, TR Allnutt, AC Premoli, A Lara, RA Ennos, MA Burgman, ...
Heredity 88 (4), 243-249, 2002
1452002
Allocating monitoring effort in the face of unknown unknowns
BA Wintle, MC Runge, SA Bekessy
Ecology letters 13 (11), 1325-1337, 2010
1372010
The failure of non‐binding declarations to achieve university sustainability
SA Bekessy, K Samson, RE Clarkson
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2007
1342007
Neutral DNA markers fail to detect genetic divergence in an ecologically important trait
SA Bekessy, RA Ennos, MA Burgman, AC Newton, PK Ades
Biological conservation 110 (2), 267-275, 2003
1212003
Using carbon investment to grow the biodiversity bank
SA Bekessy, BA Wintle
Conservation Biology 22 (3), 510-513, 2008
1172008
Professional development for education for sustainability
S Holdsworth, C Wyborn, S Bekessy, I Thomas
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2008
1162008
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
982016
When have we looked hard enough? A novel method for setting minimum survey effort protocols for flora surveys
GE Garrard, SA Bekessy, MA McCARTHY, BA Wintle
Austral Ecology 33 (8), 986-998, 2008
982008
Assessing the impacts of biodiversity offset policies
A Gordon, WT Langford, JA Todd, MD White, DW Mullerworth, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (12), 1481-1488, 2011
952011
Utility of dynamic‐landscape metapopulation models for sustainable forest management
BA Wintle, SA Bekessy, LA Venier, JL Pearce, RA Chisholm
Conservation Biology 19 (6), 1930-1943, 2005
952005
Ecological–economic optimization of biodiversity conservation under climate change
BA Wintle, SA Bekessy, DA Keith, BW Van Wilgen, M Cabeza, B Schröder, ...
Nature Climate Change 1 (7), 355-359, 2011
902011
Change and continuity in peri-urban Australia, state of the peri-urban regions: a review of the literature monograph 1
M Buxton, G Tieman, S Bekessy, T Budge, D Mercer, M Coote, ...
RMIT University, 2006
902006
Are landscape ecologists addressing uncertainty in their remote sensing data?
AM Lechner, WT Langford, SA Bekessy, SD Jones
Landscape ecology 27 (9), 1249-1261, 2012
782012
Capturing residents’ values for urban green space: Mapping, analysis and guidance for practice
CD Ives, C Oke, A Hehir, A Gordon, Y Wang, SA Bekessy
Landscape and Urban Planning 161, 32-43, 2017
612017
Transparent planning for biodiversity and development in the urban fringe
SA Bekessy, M White, A Gordon, A Moilanen, MA Mccarthy, BA Wintle
Landscape and Urban Planning 108 (2-4), 140-149, 2012
612012
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