David H. Duncan
David H. Duncan
Research Fellow, National Environmental Science Program, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
State-and-transition modelling for adaptive management of native woodlands
L Rumpff, DH Duncan, PA Vesk, DA Keith, BA Wintle
Biological Conservation 144 (4), 1224-1236, 2011
992011
Plant isolation reduces outcross pollen receipt in a partially self‐compatible herb
DH Duncan, AB Nicotra, JT Wood, SA Cunningham
Journal of Ecology 92 (6), 977-985, 2004
692004
Blowing in the wind? Nutrient enrichment of remnant woodlands in an agricultural landscape
DH Duncan, J Dorrough, M White, C Moxham
Landscape Ecology 23 (1), 107-119, 2008
572008
Surprisingly fast recovery of biological soil crusts following livestock removal in southern Australia
CF Read, DH Duncan, PA Vesk, J Elith
Journal of Vegetation Science 22 (5), 905-916, 2011
502011
Biological soil crust distribution is related to patterns of fragmentation and landuse in a dryland agricultural landscape of southern Australia
CF Read, DH Duncan, PA Vesk, J Elith
Landscape Ecology 23 (9), 1093-1105, 2008
462008
Towards adaptive management of native vegetation in regional landscapes
DH Duncan, BA Wintle
Landscape analysis and visualisation, 159-182, 2008
462008
Landscape analysis and visualisation
C Pettit, W Cartwright, I Bishop, K Lowell, D Pulsar, D Duncan
Springer, New York/Berlin/Heidelberg, 2008
39*2008
High self-pollen transfer and low fruit set in buzz-pollinated Dianella revoluta (Phormiaceae)
DH Duncan, SA Cunningham, AB Nicotra
Australian Journal of Botany 52 (2), 185-193, 2004
322004
Historical and current land use shape landscape restoration options in the Australian wheat and sheep farming zone
DH Duncan, JW Dorrough
Landscape and Urban Planning 91 (3), 124-132, 2009
302009
Arresting the rate of land clearing: change in woody native vegetation cover in a changing agricultural landscape
G Kyle, DH Duncan
Landscape and Urban Planning 106 (2), 165-173, 2012
192012
Biocrust morphogroups provide an effective and rapid assessment tool for drylands
CF Read, DH Duncan, PA Vesk, J Elith
Journal of applied ecology 51 (6), 1740-1749, 2014
122014
Combining facilitated dialogue and spatial data analysis to compile landscape history
DH Duncan, G Kyle, D Race
Environmental Conservation 37 (4), 432-441, 2010
122010
Quantifying ecosystem quality by modeling multi‐attribute expert opinion
SJ Sinclair, P Griffioen, DH Duncan, JE Millett-Riley, MD White
Ecological applications 25 (6), 1463-1477, 2015
112015
Mortality of native grasses after a summer fire in natural temperate grassland suggests ecosystem instability
SJ Sinclair, DH Duncan, MJ Bruce
Ecological management & restoration 15 (1), 91-94, 2014
112014
Effect of stock removal on woodlands in the Murray Mallee and Wimmera Bioregions of Victoria
D Duncan, C Moxham, C Read
Department of Sustainability and Environment: Melbourne, 2007
112007
Empirically validating a dense woody regrowth ‘problem’and thinning ‘solution’for understory vegetation
CS Jones, DH Duncan, L Rumpff, FM Thomas, WK Morris, PA Vesk
Forest Ecology and Management 340, 153-162, 2015
92015
Public investment does not crowd out private supply of environmental goods on private land
DH Duncan, G Kyle, WK Morris, FP Smith
Journal of Environmental Management 136, 94-102, 2014
72014
Biodiversity patterns and ecological processes in Neotropical dry forest: the need to connect research and management for long-term conservation
G Escribano-Avila, L Cervera, L Ordóńez-Delgado, A Jara-Guerrero, ...
Neotropical Biodiversity 3 (1), 107-116, 2017
62017
Examining change over time in habitat attributes using Bayesian reinterpretation of categorical assessments
DH Duncan, PA Vesk
Ecological Applications 23 (6), 1277–1287, 2013
42013
Using local knowledge to identify drivers of historic native vegetation change
WS Merritt, DH Duncan, G Kyle, D Race
Interfacing Modelling and Simulation with Mathematical and Computational …, 2009
42009
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