David Newell
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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
882017
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
782014
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
732006
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
552018
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
532016
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
532013
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
472015
Experimental rock outcrops reveal continuing habitat disturbance for an endangered Australian snake
RL Goldingay, DA Newell
Conservation Biology 14 (6), 1908-1912, 2000
402000
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
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
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
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
Distribution and habitat assessment of the Broad-headed Snake Hoplocephalus bungaroides
D Newell, R Goldingay
Australian Zoologist 33 (2), 168-179, 2005
142005
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
122020
Australian land snails: a review of ecological research and conservation approaches
J Parkyn, DA Newell
Molluscan Research 33 (2), 116-129, 2013
122013
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
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
102017
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
Conserving reptiles and frogs in the forests of New South Wales
D Newell, R Goldingay
102004
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
82021
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