Carla Catterall
Carla Catterall
Professor of Ecology, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Land‐use intensification reduces functional redundancy and response diversity in plant communities
E Laliberte, JA Wells, F DeClerck, DJ Metcalfe, CP Catterall, C Queiroz, ...
Ecology letters 13 (1), 76-86, 2010
4222010
Management of plant invasions mediated by frugivore interactions
YM Buckley, S Anderson, CP Catterall, RT Corlett, T Engel, CR Gosper, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (5), 848-857, 2006
2142006
Consequences of broadscale timber plantations for biodiversity in cleared rainforest landscapes of tropical and subtropical Australia
J Kanowski, CP Catterall, GW Wardell-Johnson
Forest Ecology and Management 208 (1-3), 359-372, 2005
1992005
Development of forest structure on cleared rainforest land in eastern Australia under different styles of reforestation
J Kanowski, CP Catterall, GW Wardell-Johnson, H Proctor, T Reis
Forest ecology and Management 183 (1-3), 265-280, 2003
1812003
Bushland modification and styles of urban development: their effects on birds in south-east Queensland
SR Sewell, CP Catterall
Wildlife Research 25 (1), 41-63, 1998
1581998
Flocking and predator surveillance in house sparrows: test of an hypothesis
MA Elgar, CP Catterall
Animal behaviour 29 (3), 868-872, 1981
1461981
A particular case and a general pattern: hyperaggressive behaviour by one species may mediate avifaunal decreases in fragmented Australian forests
SD Piper, CP Catterall
Oikos 101 (3), 602-614, 2003
1312003
The Use of Bushland, Corridors, and Linear Remnants by Birds in Southeastern Queensland, Australia: El Uso de Vegetación Primaria, Corredores y Restos Lineares por Aves en el …
JM Bentley, CP Catterall
Conservation Biology 11 (5), 1173-1189, 1997
1261997
Is landscape context important for riparian conservation? Birds in grassy woodland
TG Martin, S McIntyre, CP Catterall, HP Possingham
Biological Conservation 127 (2), 201-214, 2006
1232006
Habitat use by birds across a forest-suburb interface in Brisbane: implications for corridors
CP Catterall, RJ Green, DN Jones
Nature conservation 2, 247-258, 1991
1161991
The use of ants and other soil and litter arthropods as bio-indicators of the impacts of rainforest clearing and subsequent land use
A Nakamura, CP Catterall, APN House, RL Kitching, CJ Burwell
Journal of Insect Conservation 11 (2), 177-186, 2007
1142007
Using soil and litter arthropods to assess the state of rainforest restoration
A Nakamura, H Proctor, CP Catterall
Ecological Management & Restoration 4, S20-S28, 2003
1102003
Antipredator Defenses Influence the Distribution of Amphibian Prey Species in the Central Amazon Rain Forest1
JM Hero, WE Magnusson, CFD Rocha, CP Catterall
Biotropica 33 (1), 131-141, 2001
1092001
Factors affecting the use of reforested sites by reptiles in cleared rainforest landscapes in tropical and subtropical Australia
JJ Kanowski, TM Reis, CP Catterall, SD Piper
Restoration Ecology 14 (1), 67-76, 2006
1072006
Deforestation, urbanisation and seasonality: interacting effects on a regional bird assemblage
CP Catterall, MB Kingston, K Park, S Sewell
Biological conservation 84 (1), 65-81, 1998
971998
Carbon stocks in above‐ground biomass of monoculture plantations, mixed species plantations and environmental restoration plantings in north‐east Australia
J Kanowski, CP Catterall
Ecological Management & Restoration 11 (2), 119-126, 2010
962010
Tropical reforestation and climate change: beyond carbon
B Locatelli, CP Catterall, P Imbach, C Kumar, R Lasco, E Marín‐Spiotta, ...
Restoration Ecology 23 (4), 337-343, 2015
942015
Functional variation among frugivorous birds: implications for rainforest seed dispersal in a fragmented subtropical landscape
C Moran, CP Catterall, RJ Green, MF Olsen
Oecologia 141 (4), 584-595, 2004
922004
Reduced dispersal of native plant species as a consequence of the reduced abundance of frugivore species in fragmented rainforest
C Moran, CP Catterall, J Kanowski
Biological Conservation 142 (3), 541-552, 2009
912009
Do frugivorous birds assist rainforest succession in weed dominated oldfield regrowth of subtropical Australia?
W Neilan, CP Catterall, J Kanowski, S McKenna
Biological Conservation 129 (3), 393-407, 2006
882006
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