Jeremy Ringma
Jeremy Ringma
Birdlife Australia
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Predicted growth in plastic waste exceeds efforts to mitigate plastic pollution
SB Borrelle, J Ringma, KL Law, CC Monnahan, L Lebreton, A McGivern, ...
Science 369 (6510), 1515-1518, 2020
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
Havens for threatened Australian mammals: the contributions of fenced areas and offshore islands to protecting mammal species that are susceptible to introduced predators
Wildlife Research 45 (3), 2018
Understanding the importance of small patches of habitat for conservation
AIT Tulloch, MD Barnes, J Ringma, RA Fuller, JEM Watson
Journal of applied Ecology 53 (2), 418-429, 2016
Standardized reporting of the costs of management interventions for biodiversity conservation
GD Iacona, WJ Sutherland, B Mappin, VM Adams, PR Armsworth, ...
Conservation Biology 32 (5), 979-988, 2018
Degrees of population-level susceptibility of Australian terrestrial non-volant mammal species to predation by the introduced red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and feral cat (Felis catus)
JQ Radford, JCZ Woinarski, S Legge, M Baseler, J Bentley, AA Burbidge, ...
Wildlife Research 45 (7), 645-657, 2018
The global impact of wild pigs (Sus scrofa) on terrestrial biodiversity
DR Risch, J Ringma, MR Price
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 13256, 2021
Australia’s mammal fauna requires a strategic and enhanced network of predator-free havens
J Ringma, S Legge, J Woinarski, J Radford, B Wintle, M Bode
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (3), 410-411, 2018
Minimizing species extinctions through strategic planning for conservation fencing
JL Ringma, B Wintle, RA Fuller, D Fisher, M Bode
Conservation Biology 31 (5), 1029-1038, 2017
Systematic planning can rapidly close the protection gap in Australian mammal havens
J Ringma, S Legge, JCZ Woinarski, JQ Radford, B Wintle, J Bentley, ...
Conservation letters 12 (1), e12611, 2019
Degrees of population-level susceptibility of Australian mammal species to predation by the introduced red fox Vulpes vulpes and feral cat Felis catus
JQ Radford, JCZ Woinarski, S Legge, M Baseler, J Bentley, AA Burbidge, ...
Wildlife Research 45, 645-657, 2018
Aquatic Locomotor Kinematics of the Eastern Water Dragon (Intellagama lesueurii)
JL Ringma, SW Salisbury
Journal of Herpetology 48 (2), 240-248, 2014
Dispersal under the seabird paradox: probability, life history, or spatial attributes?
CC Antaky, L Young, J Ringma, MR Price
Marine Ornithology 49, 1-8, 2021
A palaeontological perspective on the proposal to reintroduce Tasmanian devils to mainland Australia to suppress invasive predators
MC Westaway, G Price, T Miscamble, J McDonald, J Cramb, J Ringma, ...
Biological conservation 232, 187-193, 2019
A comparison of abundance and distribution model outputs using camera traps and sign surveys for feral pigs
DR Risch, J Ringma, S Honarvar, MR Price
Pacific Conservation Biology 27 (2), 186-194, 2020
Australian birds could benefit from predator exclusion fencing
J Ringma, MD Barnes, M Bode
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (4), e168, 2020
Guidelines for selecting an appropriate currency in biodiversity offset transactions
HJ Mayfield, J Bird, M Cox, G Dutson, T Eyre, K Raiter, J Ringma, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 322, 116060, 2022
Conserving Australia's predator-threatened mammals
J Ringma
Survival of a Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae) after the predation of a Cane Toad (Rhinella marina).
J Ringma
Protecting Australian mammals from introduced cats and foxes: The current status and future growth of predator-free havens
S Legge, J Ringma, M Bode, J Radford, J Woinarski, N Mitchell, B Wintle
Threatened Species Recovery Hub; National Environmental Science Programme, 2019
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