Naomi Davis
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A systematic review of the impacts and management of introduced deer (family Cervidae) in Australia
NE Davis, A Bennett, DM Forsyth, DMJS Bowman, EC Lefroy, SW Wood, ...
Wildlife Research 43 (6), 515-532, 2016
Interspecific and Geographic Variation in the Diets of Sympatric Carnivores: Dingoes/Wild Dogs and Red Foxes in South-Eastern Australia
NE Davis, DM Forsyth, B Triggs, C Pascoe, J Benshemesh, A Robley, ...
PLOS ONE 120975, 2015
Diets of native and introduced mammalian herbivores in shrub-encroached grassy woodland, south-eastern Australia
NE Davis, G Coulson, DM Forsyth
Wildlife Research 35 (7), 684-694, 2008
Effects of an alien ant invasion on abundance, behavior, and reproductive success of endemic island birds
NE Davis, DJ O'DOWD, PT Green, RM Nally
Conservation biology 22 (5), 1165-1176, 2008
Continental patterns in the diet of a top predator: Australia's dingo
TS Doherty, NE Davis, CR Dickman, DM Forsyth, M Letnic, DG Nimmo, ...
Mammal Review 49 (1), 31-44, 2019
Invasive ants disrupt frugivory by endemic island birds
NE Davis, DJ O'Dowd, R Mac Nally, PT Green
Biology Letters 6 (1), 85-88, 2010
Diets of non‐native deer in Australia estimated by macroscopic versus microhistological rumen analysis
DM Forsyth, NE Davis
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (6), 1488-1497, 2011
Facilitative interactions between an exotic mammal and native and exotic plants: hog deer (Axis porcinus) as seed dispersers in south-eastern Australia
NE Davis, DM Forsyth, G Coulson
Biological Invasions 12, 1079-1092, 2010
Methodology matters when estimating deer abundance: a global systematic review and recommendations for improvements
DM Forsyth, S Comte, NE Davis, AJ Bengsen, SD Côté, DG Hewitt, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 86 (4), e22207, 2022
Diet selection by European hares (Lepus europaeus) in the alpine zone of the Snowy Mountains, Australia
K Green, NE Davis, WA Robinson, J McAuliffe, RB Good
European Journal of Wildlife Research 59, 693-703, 2013
Functional responses of an apex predator and a mesopredator to an invading ungulate: Dingoes, red foxes and sambar deer in south‐east Australia
DM Forsyth, P Caley, NE Davis, ADM Latham, AP Woolnough, ...
Austral Ecology 43 (4), 375-384, 2018
Interactions between dingoes and introduced wild ungulates: concepts, evidence and knowledge gaps
DM Forsyth, ADM Latham, NE Davis, P Caley, M Letnic, PD Moloney, ...
Australian Mammalogy 41 (1), 12-26, 2018
The diet of the common wombat (Vombatus ursinus) above the winter snowline in the decade following a wildfire
K Green, NE Davis, WA Robinson
Australian Mammalogy 37, 146–156, 2015
Seasonal and daily activity of non-native sambar deer in and around high-elevation peatlands, south-eastern Australia
S Comte, E Thomas, AJ Bengsen, A Bennett, NE Davis, S Freney, ...
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 659-672, 2022
Habitat-specific and season-specific faecal pellet decay rates for five mammalian herbivores in south-eastern Australia
G Davis, Naomi E., Coulson
Australian Mammalogy, 2016
The impact of aerial baiting for control of the yellow crazy ant, Anoplolepis gracilipes, on canopy-dwelling arthropods and selected vertebrates on Christmas Island (Indian Ocean)
NE Stork, RL Kitching, NE Davis, KL Abbott
Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 30, 81-92, 2014
The influence of evolutionary history and body size on partitioning of habitat resources by mammalian herbivores in south-eastern Australia
NE Davis, IR Gordon, G Coulson
Australian Journal of Zoology 65 (4), 226-239, 2018
Cost-effectiveness of volunteer and contract ground-based shooting of sambar deer in Australia
S Comte, E Thomas, AJ Bengsen, A Bennett, NE Davis, D Brown, ...
Wildlife Research 50 (9), 642-656, 2022
Does diet constrain the occupation of high elevations by macropods? A comparison between Macropus rufogriseus and Wallabia bicolor
K Green, NE Davis, WA Robinson
Australian Mammalogy 36 (2), 219-228, 2014
Military assistance to the civil authority: medical liaison with the Manchester clinicians after the arena bombing
DM Bowley, N Davis, M Ballard, L Orr, J Eddleston
BMJ Mil Health 166 (2), 76-79, 2020
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