Raylene Cooke
Raylene Cooke
Verified email at deakin.edu.au
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A comparison of the effectiveness of camera trapping and live trapping for sampling terrestrial small-mammal communities
N De Bondi, JG White, M Stevens, R Cooke
Wildlife research 37 (6), 456-465, 2010
1892010
Environmental sustainability in higher education: how do academics teach?
BA Christie, KK Miller, R Cooke, JG White
Environmental Education Research 19 (3), 385-414, 2013
1122013
Optimizing the use of shed feathers for genetic analysis
FE Hogan, R Cooke, CP Burridge, JA Norman
Molecular Ecology Resources 8 (3), 561-567, 2008
902008
Underestimated and severe: small mammal decline from the forests of south-eastern Australia since European settlement, as revealed by a top-order predator
RJ Bilney, R Cooke, JG White
Biological Conservation 143 (1), 52-59, 2010
722010
Environmental sustainability in higher education: What do academics think?
BA Christie, KK Miller, R Cooke, JG White
Environmental Education Research 21 (5), 655-686, 2015
712015
The diet of powerful owls (Ninox strenua) and prey availability in a continuum of habitats from disturbed urban fringe to protected forest environments in south-eastern Australia
R Cooke, R Wallis, F Hogan, J White, A Webster
Wildlife Research 33 (3), 199-206, 2006
532006
Change in the diet of sooty owls (Tyto tenebricosa) since European settlement: from terrestrial to arboreal prey and increased overlap with powerful owls
RJ Bilney, R Cooke, J White
Wildlife Research 33 (1), 17-24, 2006
442006
Camera trapping: a contemporary approach to monitoring invasive rodents in high conservation priority ecosystems
AR Rendall, DR Sutherland, R Cooke, J White
PloS one 9 (3), e86592, 2014
352014
Diet, roosts and breeding of Powerful Owls Ninox strenua in a disturbed, urban environment: a case for cannibalism? Or a case of infanticide?
A Webster, R Cooke, G Jameson, R Wallis
Emu 99 (1), 80-83, 1999
311999
The response of ground and bark foraging insectivorous birds across an urban–forest gradient
ST Trollope, JG White, R Cooke
Landscape and Urban Planning 93 (2), 142-150, 2009
292009
Fire and climatic extremes shape mammal distributions in a fire‐prone landscape
S Hale, DG Nimmo, R Cooke, G Holland, S James, M Stevens, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (11), 1127-1138, 2016
262016
Predictive mapping of powerful owl (Ninox strenua) breeding sites using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in urban Melbourne, Australia
B Isaac, R Cooke, D Simmons, F Hogan
Landscape and Urban Planning 84 (3-4), 212-218, 2008
262008
Response of a cryptic apex predator to a complete urban to forest gradient
B Isaac, J White, D Ierodiaconou, R Cooke
Wildlife Research 40 (5), 427-436, 2013
252013
Response of a cryptic apex predator to a complete urban to forest gradient
B Isaac, J White, D Ierodiaconou, R Cooke
Wildlife Research 40 (5), 427-436, 2013
252013
Use of vegetative structure by powerful owls in outer urban Melbourne, Victoria, Australia-implications for management
R Cooke, R Wallis, J White
Journal of Raptor Research 36 (4), 294-299, 2002
232002
Potential competition between two top-order predators following a dramatic contraction in the diversity of their prey base
R Cooke, R Bilney, J White
Animal Biology 61 (1), 29-47, 2011
222011
Does urbanization have the potential to create an ecological trap for powerful owls (Ninox strenua)?
B Isaac, R Cooke, D Ierodiaconou, J White
Biological Conservation 176, 1-11, 2014
212014
Species distribution models derived from citizen science data predict the fine scale movements of owls in an urbanizing landscape
N Bradsworth, JG White, B Isaac, R Cooke
Biological conservation 213, 27-35, 2017
172017
Modelling disease spread in real landscapes: Squirrelpox spread in Southern Scotland as a case study
A White, PWW Lurz, J Bryce, M Tonkin, K Ramoo, L Bamforth, A Jarrott, ...
Associazione Teriologica Italiana, 2016
162016
Diet of a family of powerful owls (Ninox strenua) from Warrandyte, Victoria
R Cooke, R Wallis, A Webster, J Wilson
Proceedings-Royal Society of Victoria 109 (1), 1-6, 1997
141997
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