Mike Letnic
Mike Letnic
Professor, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of New South Wales
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
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Status and ecological effects of the world’s largest carnivores
WJ Ripple, JA Estes, RL Beschta, CC Wilmers, EG Ritchie, ...
Science 343 (6167), 2014
21332014
Extreme climatic events shape arid and semiarid ecosystems
M Holmgren, P Stapp, CR Dickman, C Gracia, S Graham, JR Gutiérrez, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4 (2), 87-95, 2006
4432006
Ecosystem restoration with teeth: what role for predators?
EG Ritchie, B Elmhagen, AS Glen, M Letnic, G Ludwig, RA McDonald
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (5), 265-271, 2012
2972012
Top predators as biodiversity regulators: the dingo Canis lupus dingo as a case study
M Letnic, EG Ritchie, CR Dickman
Biological Reviews 87 (2), 390-413, 2012
2832012
Keystone effects of an alien top-predator stem extinctions of native mammals
M Letnic, F Koch, C Gordon, MS Crowther, CR Dickman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1671), 3249-3256, 2009
2142009
The responses of mammals to La Nina (El Nino Southern Oscillation)–associated rainfall, predation, and wildfire in central Australia
M Letnic, B Tamayo, CR Dickman
Journal of mammalogy 86 (4), 689-703, 2005
2062005
The responses of small mammals and lizards to post-fire succession and rainfall in arid Australia
M Letnic, CR Dickman, MK Tischler, B Tamayo, CL Beh
Journal of Arid Environments 59 (1), 85-114, 2004
2002004
Invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) cause mass mortality of freshwater crocodiles (Crocodylus johnstoni) in tropical Australia
M Letnic, JK Webb, R Shine
Biological Conservation 141 (7), 1773-1782, 2008
1832008
Boom means bust: interactions between the El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO), rainfall and the processes threatening mammal species in arid Australia
M Letnic, CR Dickman
Biodiversity & Conservation 15 (12), 3847-3880, 2006
1822006
Ecosystem structure, function, and composition in rangelands are negatively affected by livestock grazing
DJ Eldridge, AGB Poore, M Ruiz‐Colmenero, M Letnic, S Soliveres
Ecological Applications 26 (4), 1273-1283, 2016
1732016
Resource pulses and mammalian dynamics: conceptual models for hummock grasslands and other Australian desert habitats
M Letnic, CR Dickman
Biological Reviews 85 (3), 501-521, 2010
1662010
Biological responses to the press and pulse of climate trends and extreme events
RMB Harris, LJ Beaumont, TR Vance, CR Tozer, TA Remenyi, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (7), 579-587, 2018
1572018
Saving the world's terrestrial megafauna
WJ Ripple, G Chapron, JV López-Bao, SM Durant, DW Macdonald, ...
Bioscience 66 (10), 807-812, 2016
1502016
Widespread mesopredator effects after wolf extirpation
WJ Ripple, AJ Wirsing, CC Wilmers, M Letnic
Biological Conservation 160, 70-79, 2013
1492013
Population dynamics of three species of dasyurid marsupials in arid central Australia: a 10-year study
CR Dickman, AS Haythornthwaite, GH McNaught, PS Mahon, B Tamayo, ...
Wildlife Research 28 (5), 493-506, 2001
1392001
Does a top‐predator provide an endangered rodent with refuge from an invasive mesopredator?
M Letnic, MS Crowther, F Koch
Animal Conservation 12 (4), 302-312, 2009
1182009
The current decline of tropical marsupials in A ustralia: is history repeating?
DO Fisher, CN Johnson, MJ Lawes, SA Fritz, H McCallum, SP Blomberg, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (2), 181-190, 2014
1162014
Burning for biodiversity or burning biodiversity? Prescribed burn vs. wildfire impacts on plants, lizards, and mammals
LA Pastro, CR Dickman, M Letnic
Ecological Applications 21 (8), 3238-3253, 2011
1132011
Does a top predator suppress the abundance of an invasive mesopredator at a continental scale?
M Letnic, A Greenville, E Denny, CR Dickman, M Tischler, C Gordon, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (2), 343-353, 2011
1062011
The responses of small mammals to patches regenerating after fire and rainfall in the Simpson Desert, central Australia
M Letnic, CR Dickman
Austral Ecology 30 (1), 24-39, 2005
1052005
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