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After the epidemic: ongoing declines, stabilizations and recoveries in amphibians afflicted by chytridiomycosis
BC Scheele, LF Skerratt, LF Grogan, DA Hunter, N Clemann, ...
Biological Conservation 206, 37-46, 2017
1062017
Rapid acclimation to cold allows the cane toad to invade montane areas within its Australian range
S McCann, MJ Greenlees, D Newell, R Shine
Functional Ecology 28 (5), 1166-1174, 2014
872014
Review of the amphibian immune response to chytridiomycosis, and future directions
LF Grogan, J Robert, L Berger, LF Skerratt, BC Scheele, JG Castley, ...
Frontiers in immunology 9, 2536, 2018
792018
Overview of the conservation status of Australian frogs
JM Hero, C Morrison, G Gillespie, JD Roberts, D Newell, E Meyer, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 12 (4), 313-320, 2006
752006
Priorities for management of chytridiomycosis in Australia: saving frogs from extinction
L Skerratt, L Berger, N Clemann, D Hunter, G Marantelli, D Newell, ...
Wildlife Research 43 (2), 105-120, 2016
652016
If a frog calls in the forest: Bioacoustic monitoring reveals the breeding phenology of the endangered Richmond Range mountain frog (Philoria richmondensis)
RJ Willacy, M Mahony, DA Newell
Austral Ecology 40 (6), 625-633, 2015
632015
Population recovery following decline in an endangered stream-breeding frog (Mixophyes fleayi) from subtropical Australia
DA Newell, RL Goldingay, LO Brooks
PLoS One 8 (3), e58559, 2013
572013
Experimental rock outcrops reveal continuing habitat disturbance for an endangered Australian snake
RL Goldingay, DA Newell
Conservation Biology 14 (6), 1908-1912, 2000
442000
Aspects of the population ecology of the Green and golden bell frog Litoria aurea at the northern end of its range
R Goldingay, D Newell
Australian Zoologist 33 (1), 49-59, 2005
362005
Population estimation of the green and golden bell frog Litoria aurea at Port Kembla
RL Goldingay, DA Newell
Australian Zoologist 33 (2), 210-216, 2005
352005
The status of Rainforest Stream Frogs in north-eastern New South Wales: decline or recovery
R Goldingay, D Newell, M Graham
Declines and disappearances of Australian frogs, 64, 1999
301999
Mechanisms underlying host persistence following amphibian disease emergence determine appropriate management strategies
LA Brannelly, HI McCallum, LF Grogan, CJ Briggs, MP Ribas, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (1), 130-148, 2021
212021
Crowd sourcing for conservation: Web 2.0 a powerful tool for biologists
DA Newell, MM Pembroke, WE Boyd
Future Internet 4 (2), 551-562, 2012
202012
Australian land snails: a review of ecological research and conservation approaches
J Parkyn, DA Newell
Molluscan Research 33 (2), 116-129, 2013
192013
Status and priority conservation actions for Australian frog species
GR Gillespie, JD Roberts, D Hunter, CJ Hoskin, RA Alford, GW Heard, ...
Biological Conservation 247, 108543, 2020
172020
Distribution and habitat assessment of the Broad-headed Snake Hoplocephalus bungaroides
D Newell, R Goldingay
Australian Zoologist 33 (2), 168-179, 2005
152005
Rapid assessment of the biodiversity impacts of the 2019–2020 Australian megafires to guide urgent management intervention and recovery and lessons for other regions
S Legge, JCZ Woinarski, BC Scheele, ST Garnett, M Lintermans, ...
Diversity and Distributions 28 (3), 571-591, 2022
132022
Small‐scale field experiments provide important insights to restore the rock habitat of Australia's most endangered snake
RL Goldingay, DA Newell
Restoration Ecology 25 (2), 243-252, 2017
132017
Recent invasions of World Heritage rainforests in north-east New South Wales by the cane toad Bufo marinus
D Newell
Australian Zoologist 35 (3), 876-883, 2011
122011
Population stability in the endangered Fleay’s barred frog (Mixophyes fleayi) and a program for long-term monitoring
G Quick, RL Goldingay, J Parkyn, DA Newell
Australian Journal of Zoology 63 (3), 214-219, 2015
102015
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