Natasha M. Robinson
Natasha M. Robinson
Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University
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TitleCited byYear
Refuges for fauna in fire‐prone landscapes: their ecological function and importance
NM Robinson, SWJ Leonard, EG Ritchie, M Bassett, EK Chia, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (6), 1321-1329, 2013
972013
Refuges for birds in fire-prone landscapes: the influence of fire severity and fire history on the distribution of forest birds
NM Robinson, SWJ Leonard, AF Bennett, MF Clarke
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 110-121, 2014
382014
Monitoring threatened species and ecological communities
S Legge, N Robinson, D Lindenmayer, B Scheele, D Southwell, B Wintle
CSIRO PUBLISHING, 2018
132018
Effects of a large wildfire on vegetation structure in a variable fire mosaic
CN Foster, PS Barton, NM Robinson, CI MacGregor, DB Lindenmayer
Ecological applications 27 (8), 2369-2381, 2017
92017
How to improve threatened species management: an Australian perspective
BC Scheele, S Legge, DP Armstrong, P Copley, N Robinson, D Southwell, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 223, 668-675, 2018
82018
Conservation conundrums and the challenges of managing unexplained declines of multiple species
DB Lindenmayer, J Wood, C MacGregor, C Foster, B Scheele, A Tulloch, ...
Biological conservation 221, 279-292, 2018
82018
Tests of predictions associated with temporal changes in Australian bird populations
DB Lindenmayer, P Lane, M Westgate, BC Scheele, C Foster, C Sato, ...
Biological conservation 222, 212-221, 2018
52018
Fire regimes and environmental gradients shape vertebrate and plant distributions in temperate eucalypt forests
LT Kelly, A Haslem, GJ Holland, SWJ Leonard, J MacHunter, M Bassett, ...
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01781, 2017
52017
Are forest gullies refuges for birds when burnt? The value of topographical heterogeneity to avian diversity in a fire-prone landscape
NM Robinson, SWJ Leonard, AF Bennett, MF Clarke
Biological Conservation 200, 1-7, 2016
42016
Bandicoots return to Booderee: initial survival, dispersal, home range and habitat preferences of reintroduced southern brown bandicoots (eastern sub species; Isoodon obesulus …
NM Robinson, CI MacGregor, BA Hradsky, N Dexter, DB Lindenmayer
Wildlife research 45 (2), 132-142, 2018
32018
How to ensure threatened species monitoring leads to threatened species conservation
NM Robinson, BC Scheele, S Legge, DM Southwell, O Carter, ...
Ecological management & restoration 19 (3), 222-229, 2018
22018
Summary: monitoring extent and adequacy for threatened biodiversity
S Legge, BC Scheele, J Woinarski, S Garnett, DA Keith, M Lintermans, ...
Monitoring threatened species and Ecological Communities, 127-134, 2018
22018
Organizational perspectives on threatened species monitoring
NM Robinson, R Morgain, S Legge, BC Scheele, DB Lindenmayer, ...
Monitoring threatened species and Ecological Communities, 413-425, 2018
12018
Introduction: making it count
S Legge, DB Lindenmayer, NM Robinson, BC Scheele, DM Southwell, ...
Monitoring threatened species and Ecological Communities, 1-10, 2018
12018
Fire Regimes and Environmental Gradients Shape Bird, Mammal and Plant Distributions in Temperate Forests
LT Kelly, A Haslem, GJ Holland, SWJ Leonard, J MacHunter, M Bassett, ...
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 98 (3), 227-230, 2017
12017
Be nimble with threat mitigation: Lessons learnt from the reintroduction of an endangered species
NM Robinson, N Dexter, R Brewster, D Maple, C MacGregor, K Rose, ...
Restoration Ecology, 2019
2019
Continental-scale assessment reveals inadequate monitoring for threatened vertebrates in a megadiverse country
BC Scheele, S Legge, W Blanchard, S Garnett, H Geyle, G Gillespie, ...
Biological Conservation 235, 273-278, 2019
2019
Fig. 9.1
S Legge, BC Scheele, JCZ Woinarski, ST Garnett, DA Keith, M Lintermans, ...
2019
Table 9.1
S Legge, BC Scheele, JCZ Woinarski, ST Garnett, DA Keith, M Lintermans, ...
2019
Fig. 34.2.
NM Robinson, R Morgain, S Legge, BC Scheele, DB Lindenmayer, ...
2019
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