Luke S. O'Loughlin
Luke S. O'Loughlin
Postdoctoral Fellow, The Australian National University
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TitleCited byYear
Old field colonization by native trees and shrubs following land use change: could this be Victoria’s largest example of landscape recovery?
LS Geddes, ID Lunt, LT Smallbone, JW Morgan
Ecological Management & Restoration 12 (1), 31-36, 2011
Secondary invasion: When invasion success is contingent on other invaders altering the properties of recipient ecosystems
LS O'Loughlin, PT Green
Ecology and evolution 7 (19), 7628-7637, 2017
Save Australia's ecological research
D Lindenmayer
Science 357 (6351), 557-557, 2017
Invader–invader mutualism influences land snail community composition and alters invasion success of alien species in tropical rainforest
LS O’Loughlin, PT Green
Biological Invasions 17 (9), 2659-2674, 2015
Conservation conundrums and the challenges of managing unexplained declines of multiple species
DB Lindenmayer, J Wood, C MacGregor, C Foster, B Scheele, A Tulloch, ...
Biological conservation 221, 279-292, 2018
The rise and fall of Leptospermum laevigatum: plant community change associated with the invasion and senescence of a range‐expanding native species
LS O'Loughlin, PT Green, JW Morgan
Applied vegetation science 18 (2), 323-331, 2015
Influence of the yellow-throated miner (Manorina flavigula) on bird communities and tree health in a fragmented landscape
T O'Loughlin, LS O'Loughlin, MF Clarke
Wildlife Research 41 (6), 537-544, 2014
Tests of predictions associated with temporal changes in Australian bird populations
DB Lindenmayer, P Lane, M Westgate, BC Scheele, C Foster, C Sato, ...
Biological conservation 222, 212-221, 2018
Habitat augmentation drives secondary invasion: An experimental approach to determine the mechanism of invasion success
LS O'Loughlin, PT Green
Ecology 97 (9), 2458-2469, 2016
What potential is there for regeneration of native species from the soil seed bank in C oast T ea T ree‐dominated scrub?
LS O'Loughlin, PT Green, JW Morgan
Ecological management & restoration 15 (1), 80-83, 2014
The secondary invasion of giant African land snail has little impact on litter or seedling dynamics in rainforest
LS O'Loughlin, PT Green
Austral ecology 42 (7), 819-830, 2017
How practitioners integrate decision triggers with existing metrics in conservation monitoring
CN Foster, LS O'Loughlin, CF Sato, MJ Westgate, PS Barton, JC Pierson, ...
Journal of environmental management 230, 94-101, 2019
Surrogates underpin ecological understanding and practice
LS O’Loughlin, DB Lindenmayer, MD Smith, MR Willig, AK Knapp, ...
Bioscience 68 (9), 640-642, 2018
No short‐term change in avian assemblage following removal of Yellow‐throated Miner (Manorina flavigula) colonies
T O'Loughlin, LS O'Loughlin, MF Clarke
Ecological management & restoration 18 (1), 83-87, 2017
The use and utility of surrogates in biodiversity monitoring programmes
CF Sato, MJ Westgate, PS Barton, CN Foster, LS O'Loughlin, JC Pierson, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2019
Identifying thresholds and ceilings in plant community recovery for optimal management of widespread weeds
FD Panetta, LS O'Loughlin, B Gooden
The importance of travelling stock reserves for maintaining high-quality threatened temperate woodlands
T O’Loughlin, LS O’Loughlin, DR Michael, JT Wood, HP Waudby, ...
Australian Journal of Botany, 2017
Invasive shrub re-establishment following management has contrasting effects on biodiversity
LS O’Loughlin, B Gooden, CN Foster, CI MacGregor, JA Catford, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 4083, 2019
Higher-taxon and functional group responses of ant and bird assemblages to livestock grazing: A test of an explicit surrogate concept
PS Barton, MJ Evans, CF Sato, LS O'Loughlin, CN Foster, D Florance, ...
Ecological indicators 96, 458-465, 2019
No one is an island
L O'Loughlin
Science 360 (6384), 122-122, 2018
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