Sarah Legge
Sarah Legge
NESP Threatened Species Recovery Hub, Australian National University and University of Queensland
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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Sex ratios in birds and mammals: can the hypotheses be disentangled
A Cockburn, S Legge, MC Double
Sex ratios: concepts and research methods, 266-286, 2002
2782002
The disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia: context, cause, and response
JCZ Woinarski, S Legge, JA Fitzsimons, BJ Traill, AA Burbidge, A Fisher, ...
Conservation Letters 4 (3), 192-201, 2011
2692011
The cost of helping
R Heinsohn, S Legge
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 14 (2), 53-57, 1999
2011999
Extreme reversed sexual dichromatism in a bird without sex role reversal
R Heinsohn, S Legge, JA Endler
Science 309 (5734), 617-619, 2005
1802005
Landscape management of fire and grazing regimes alters the fine-scale habitat utilisation by feral cats
HW McGregor, S Legge, ME Jones, CN Johnson
PLoS One 9 (10), e109097, 2014
1682014
Improving biodiversity monitoring
DB Lindenmayer, P Gibbons, MAX Bourke, M Burgman, CR Dickman, ...
Austral Ecology 37 (3), 285-294, 2012
1352012
Prioritizing threat management for biodiversity conservation
J Carwardine, T O’Connor, S Legge, B Mackey, HP Possingham, ...
Conservation Letters 5 (3), 196-204, 2012
1252012
Extreme bias in sex allocation in Eclectusparrots
R Heinsohn, S Legge, S Barry
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
1241997
Rapid recovery of mammal fauna in the central Kimberley, northern Australia, following the removal of introduced herbivores
S Legge, MS Kennedy, RAY Lloyd, SA Murphy, A Fisher
Austral Ecology 36 (7), 791-799, 2011
1222011
Feral cats are better killers in open habitats, revealed by animal-borne video
H McGregor, S Legge, ME Jones, CN Johnson
PloS one 10 (8), e0133915, 2015
1122015
The short-term effects of an extensive and high-intensity fire on vertebrates in the tropical savannas of the central Kimberley, northern Australia
S Legge, S Murphy, J Heathcote, E Flaxman, J Augusteyn, M Crossman
Wildlife Research 35 (1), 33-43, 2008
1102008
The current decline of tropical marsupials in A ustralia: is history repeating?
DO Fisher, CN Johnson, MJ Lawes, SA Fritz, H McCallum, SP Blomberg, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (2), 181-190, 2014
1082014
Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia?
S Legge, BP Murphy, H McGregor, JCZ Woinarski, J Augusteyn, G Ballard, ...
Biological Conservation 206, 293-303, 2017
992017
Experimental evidence that feral cats cause local extirpation of small mammals in A ustralia's tropical savannas
ASK Frank, CN Johnson, JM Potts, A Fisher, MJ Lawes, JCZ Woinarski, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1486-1493, 2014
912014
Amplified predation after fire suppresses rodent populations in Australia’s tropical savannas
L Leahy, SM Legge, K Tuft, HW McGregor, LA Barmuta, ME Jones, ...
Wildlife Research 42 (8), 705-716, 2016
892016
Do dingoes suppress the activity of feral cats in northern Australia?
M Kennedy, BL Phillips, S Legge, SA Murphy, RA Faulkner
Austral Ecology 37 (1), 134-139, 2012
832012
EcoFire: restoring the biodiversity values of the Kimberley region by managing fire
S Legge, S Murphy, R Kingswood, B Maher, D Swan
Ecological Management & Restoration 12 (2), 84-92, 2011
822011
The effect of helpers on reproductive success in the laughing kookaburra
S Legge
Journal of Animal Ecology 69 (4), 714-724, 2000
812000
Stemming the tide: progress towards resolving the causes of decline and implementing management responses for the disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia
MR Ziembicki, JCZ Woinarski, JK Webb, E Vanderduys, K Tuft, J Smith, ...
Therya 6 (1), 169-225, 2015
802015
Helper contributions in the cooperatively breeding laughing kookaburra: feeding young is no laughing matter
S Legge
Animal Behaviour 59 (5), 1009-1018, 2000
782000
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