|Achieving no net loss in habitat offset of a threatened frog required high offset ratio and intensive monitoring|
EJ Pickett, MP Stockwell, DS Bower, JI Garnham, CJ Pollard, J Clulow, ...
Biological Conservation 157, 156-162, 2013
|Identifying conservation and research priorities in the face of uncertainty: a review of the threatened bell frog complex in eastern Australia|
MJ Mahony, AJ Hamer, EJ Pickett, DJ McKenzie, MP Stockwell, ...
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 8 (3), 519-538, 2013
|Amphibians on the brink|
DS Bower, KR Lips, L Schwarzkopf, A Georges, S Clulow
Science 357 (6350), 454-455, 2017
|Susceptibility to disease varies with ontogeny and immunocompetence in a threatened amphibian|
AA Bakar, DS Bower, MP Stockwell, S Clulow, J Clulow, MJ Mahony
Oecologia 181 (4), 997-1009, 2016
|Realistic heat pulses protect frogs from disease under simulated rainforest frog thermal regimes|
SE Greenspan, DS Bower, RJ Webb, EA Roznik, LA Stevenson, L Berger, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (12), 2274-2286, 2017
|Stable isotope analyses reveal predation on amphibians by a globally invasive fish (Gambusia holbrooki)|
J Remon, DS Bower, TF Gaston, J Clulow, MJ Mahony
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26 (4), 724-735, 2016
|Life stage specific variation in the occupancy of ponds by Litoria aurea, a threatened amphibian|
DS Bower, MP Stockwell, CJ Pollard, EJ Pickett, JI Garnham, J Clulow, ...
Austral Ecology 38 (5), 543-547, 2013
|Movement and habitat use of A ustralia's largest snake‐necked turtle: implications for water management|
DS Bower, M Hutchinson, A Georges
Journal of Zoology 287 (1), 76-80, 2012
|Evaluating monitoring methods to guide adaptive management of a threatened amphibian (Litoria aurea)|
DS Bower, EJ Pickett, MP Stockwell, CJ Pollard, JI Garnham, MR Sanders, ...
Ecology and Evolution 4 (8), 1361-1368, 2014
|Six‐year demographic study reveals threat of stochastic extinction for remnant populations of a threatened amphibian|
EJ Pickett, MP Stockwell, DS Bower, CJ Pollard, JI Garnham, J Clulow, ...
Austral Ecology 39 (2), 244-253, 2014
|Salinity tolerances of two Australian freshwater turtles, Chelodina expansa and Emydura macquarii (Testudinata: Chelidae)|
DS Bower, DM Scheltinga, S Clulow, J Clulow, CE Franklin, A Georges
Conservation physiology 4 (1), cow042, 2016
|Sex, light, and sound: location and combination of multiple attractants affect probability of cane toad (Rhinella marina) capture|
A Yeager, J Commito, A Wilson, D Bower, L Schwarzkopf
Journal of pest science 87 (2), 323-329, 2014
|Infection increases vulnerability to climate change via effects on host thermal tolerance|
SE Greenspan, DS Bower, EA Roznik, DA Pike, G Marantelli, RA Alford, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
|Effects of emerging infectious diseases on host population genetics: a review|
DT McKnight, L Schwarzkopf, RA Alford, DS Bower, KR Zenger
Conservation genetics 18 (6), 1235-1245, 2017
|Island provides a pathogen refuge within climatically suitable area|
MP Stockwell, DS Bower, L Bainbridge, J Clulow, MJ Mahony
Biodiversity and conservation 24 (10), 2583-2592, 2015
|Diet of a threatened pond frog differs over a small spatial scale|
D Bower, E Pickett, J Garnham, M Deboo, M McCurry, R Mengerink, ...
Endangered Species Research, 2015
|White blood cell profiles in amphibians help to explain disease susceptibility following temperature shifts|
SE Greenspan, DS Bower, RJ Webb, L Berger, D Rudd, L Schwarzkopf, ...
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 77, 280-286, 2017
|Winter microhabitat selection of a threatened pond amphibian in constructed urban wetlands|
JI Garnham, MP Stockwell, CJ Pollard, EJ Pickett, DS Bower, J Clulow, ...
Austral Ecology 40 (7), 816-826, 2015
|Ecological and physiological impacts of salinisation on freshwater turtles of the lower Murray River|
D Bower, C Death, A Georges
Wildlife Research, 2012
|Salinity tolerances and use of saline environments by freshwater turtles: implications of sea level rise|
M Agha, JR Ennen, DS Bower, AJ Nowakowski, SC Sweat, BD Todd
Biological Reviews 93 (3), 1634-1648, 2018