Assessing the effectiveness and design of fauna road crossing structures.
Understanding the ecological and behavioural influences of successful urban wildlife.
Human-wildlife interactions: conflicts and co-existence.
Why do people feed wild birds.
- Behrendorff, L., Leung, L. K.-P., McKinnon, A., Hanger, J., Belonje, G., Tapply, J., … Allen, B. L. (2016). Insects for breakfast and whales for dinner: the diet and body condition of dingoes on Fraser Island (Kgari). Scientific Reports, 6, 23469–1–23469–12.
- Brown, M., & Jones, D. (2016). Cautious Crows: Neophobia in Torresian Crows (Corvus orru) Compared with Three Other Corvoids in Suburban Australia. Ethology, 1–8.
- Cleary, G. P., Coleman, B. R., Davis, A., Jones, D., Miller, K. K., & Parsons, H. (2016). Keeping it clean: bird bath hygiene in urban and rural areas. Journal of Urban Ecology, 2(1), 1–4.
- Cleary, G. P., Parsons, H., Davis, A., Coleman, B. R., Jones, D., Miller, K. K., & Weston, M. A. (2016). Avian Assemblages at Bird Baths: A Comparison of Urban and Rural Bird Baths in Australia. PLoS One, 11(3), e0150899–1–e0150899–12.
- Daoud-Opit, S., & Jones, D. (2016). Guided by the light: Roost choice and behaviour of urban Rainbow Lorikeets (Trichoglossus haematodus). European Journal of Ecology, 2(1), 72–80.
- Dexter, C., Appleby, R., Edgar, J. P., Scott, J., & Jones, D. (2016). Using complementary remote detection methods for retrofitted eco-passages: a case study for monitoring individual koalas in south-east Queensland. Wildlife Research, 43(5), 369–379.
- Ellis, W. A., FitzGibbon, S. I., Barth, B. J., Niehaus, A. C., David, G. K., Taylor, B. D., … Wilson, R. S. (2016). Daylight saving time can decrease the frequency of wildlife-vehicle collisions. Biology letters, 12, 20160632–1–20160632–5.
- Flower, E., Jones, D., & Bernede, L. (2016). Can citizen science assist in determining koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) presence in a declining population? Animals, 6(7), 1–13.
- Leach, E., Burwell, C., Ashton, L. A., Jones, D., & Kitching, R. (2016). Comparison of point counts and automated acoustic monitoring: detecting birds in a rainforest biodiversity survey. Emu: Austral Ornithology, 116(3), 305–309.
- Lewis, P.-M., Burns, G. L., & Jones, D. (2016). Response and responsibility: Humans as apex predators and ethical actors in a changing societal environment. Food Webs, 1–7.
- McGregor, M., & Jones, D. (2016). Tattoo pens as a low-cost approach to in-field permanent identification of medium-sized mammals. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 40(1), 169–173.
- Mikula, P., Morelli, F., Lucan, R. K., Jones, D., & Tryjanowski, P. (2016). Bats as prey of diurnal birds: a global perspective. Mammal Review, 46(3), 160–174.
- Thomson, V., Stevens, T., Jones, D., & Huijbers, C. (2016). Carrion preference in Australian coastal raptors: Effects of urbanisation on scavenging. The Sunbird, 46(1), 16–28.
- Vurren, K. van, O’Keeffe, S., & Jones, D. (2016). Vicious, aggressive bird stalks cyclist: The Australian magpie (Cracticus tibicen) in the news. Animals, 6(5), 29–1–29–14.
- Galbraith, J. A., Beggs, J. R., Jones, D., & Stanely, M. C. (2015). Supplementary feeding restructures urban bird communities. PNAS, 112(20), E2648–E2657.
- Jones, D., Bekker, H., & Ree, R. van der. (2015). Road ecology in an urbanising world. In V. der R. R., DJ Smith & C Grilo (Ed.), Handbook of Road Ecology (pp. 391–396). United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons.
- Jones, D., Bernede, L., Blacker, A., Dexter, C., & Strong, C. (2015). Dust as a contributor to the road-effect zone: a case study from a minor forest road in Australia. Australian Journal of Environmental Management, 1–14.
- Leach, E., Jones, D., McBroom, J., & Appleby, R. (2015). Diet of Nankeen Kestrels Falco cenchroides at Brisbane Airport. Australian Field Ornithology, 32(1), 15–25.
- McCaig, T., Brown, M., & Jones, D. (2015). Exploring possible functions of vocalisations in the Torresian Crow Corvus orru. Australian Field Ornithology, 32, 201–208.
- McGregor, M., Wilson, S. K., & Jones, D. (2015). Vegetated fauna overpass enhances habitat connectivity for forest dwelling herpetofauna. Global Ecology and Conservation, 4, 221–231.
- Pell, S., & Jones, D. (2015). Are wildlife overpasses of conservation value for birds? A study in Australian sub-tropical forest, with wider implications. Biological Conservation, 184, 300–309.
- Stanley, M. C., Beggs, J. R., Bassett, I. E., Burns, B. R., Dirks, K. N., Jones, D., … Trowsdale, S. A. (2015). Emerging threats in urban ecosystems: A horizon scanning exercise. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13(10), 553–560.
- Blacker, A., & Jones, D. (2014). Roads and macropods: interactions and implications. Australian Mammalogy, 36, 1–14.
- Craig, A. P., Hanger, J., Loader, J., Ellis, W. A. H., Callaghan, J., Dexter, C., … Wilson, D. P. (2014). A 5-year Chlamydia vaccination programme could reverse disease-related koala population decline: Predictions from a mathematical model using field data. Vaccine, 32, 4163–4170.
- D’Alba, L., Jones, D., Badawy, H. T., Eliason, C. M., & Shawkey, M. D. (2014). Antimicrobial properties of a nanostructured eggshell from a compost-nesting bird. Journal of Experimental Biology, 217(7), 1116–1121.
- Galbraith, J. A., Beggs, J. R., Jones, D., McNaughton, E. J., Krull, C. R., & Stanely, M. C. (2014). Risks and drivers of wild bird feeding in urban areas of New Zealand. Biological Conservation, 180, 64–74.
- Jones, D., Griffiths, M., Griffiths, J., Hacker, J., & Hacker, J. (2014). Implications of upgrading a minor forest road on traffic and road-kill in southeast Queensland. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 1–13.
- Morelli, F., Beim, M., Jerzak, L., Jones, D., & Tryjanowski, P. (2014). Can roads, railways and related structures have positive effects on birds? A review. Transportation Research Part D, 30, 21–31.
- Polak, T., Rhodes, J., Jones, D., & Possingham, H. P. (2014). Optimal planning for mitigating the impacts of roads on wildlife. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51(3), 726–734.
- Wells, D. A., Jones, D., Bulger, D., & Brown, C. (2014). Male brush-turkeys attempt sexual coercion in unusual circumstances. Behavioural Processes, 106, 180–186.
- Appleby, R., Smith, B., & Jones, D. (2013). Observations of a free-ranging adult female dingo (Canis dingo) and littermates responses to the death of a pup. Behavioural Processes, 96, 42–46.
- Blacker, A., & Jones, D. (2013). Wildlife warning signs: Public assessment of components, placement and designs to optimise driver response. Animals, 3(4), 1142–1161.
- Jones, D. (2013). Birds and People (Book Review). Emu: Austral Ornithology, 114(1), 89–90.
- Jones, D., & Pickvance, J. (2013). Forest birds use vegetated fauna overpass to cross multi-lane road. Oecologia Australis, 17(1), 42–51.
- Jones, D., Dexter, C., Bernede, L., & Scott, J. (2013). Koala Retrofit Works Program: Evaluation and Monitoring for Koala-Specific Overpass Structure Final Report, 1–108.
- Martins, F. M. S., Dawson, D. A., Horsburgh, G. J., Timmons, S., & Jones, D. (2013). Microsatellite loci characterised in a megapode, the Australian brush-turkey Alectura lathami. Conservation Genetics Resources, 5(4), 1179–1184.
- Balcombe, S., Lobegeiger, J., Marshall, S. M., Marshall, J. C., Ly, D., & Jones, D. (2012). Fish body condition and recruitment success reflect antecedent flows in an Australian dryland river. Fisheries Science, 78(4), 841–847.
- Chapman, R., & Jones, D. (2012). Synurbisation of Pacific Black Ducks Anas superciliosa in South-eastern Queensland: The Influence of Supplementary Feeding on Foraging Behaviour. Australian Field Ornithology, 29(1), 31–39.
- Jones, D. (2012). Fauna overpasses increase habitat connectivity and road permeability. Australasian Wildlife Management Newsletter, 26(1), 5–7.
- Chapman, R., & Jones, D. (2011). Foraging by native and domestic ducks in urban lakes: Behavioural implications of all that bread. Corella, 35(4), 101–106.
- Jones, D. (2011). An appetite for connection: why we need to understand the effect and value of feeding wild birds. Emu, 111, i–vii.
- Jones, D. (2011). Seeking nature in the city: The implications of feeding wildlife. In G. S., Dr Pat Cragg and Dr Mark Fisher (Ed.), . Presented at the Science with Feeing: Animals and People (ANZCCART 2011), Rotorua, New Zealand (2011).
- Jones, D. (2011). Should we feed magpies? In P. E. J. R. & C. B. Daniels (Ed.), The Fearsome Flute Players (pp. 18–22). Australia: Crawford House Publishing.
- Jones, D., Bakker, M., Bichet, O., Coutts, B., & Wearing, T. (2011). Restoring habitat connectivity over the road: vegetation on a fauna land-bridge in south-east Queensland. Ecological Management and Restoration, 12(1), 76–79.
- Rhodes, M., & Jones, D. (2011). The use of bat boxes by insectivorous bats and other fauna in the greater Brisbane region. In B. L., P Eby, D Lunney & L Lumsden (Ed.), The biology and conservation of Australasian bats (pp. 424–442). Australia: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales.
- Chapman, R., & Jones, D. (2010). Duck diversity in Greater Brisbane: Native species, domestic races and the influence of feeding. The Sunbird, 40(2), 29–38.
- Green, R., & Jones, D. (2010). Practices, Needs and Attitudes of Bird-watching Tourists in Australia, 1–60.
- Hourigan, C., Catterall, C., Jones, D., & Rhodes, M. (2010). The diversity of insectivorous bat assemblages among habitats within a subtropical urban landscape. Austral Ecology, 35(8), 849–857.
- Jones, D. (2010). Living together in an urban world: urbanisation and its implications for human-wildlife interactions. In M. T. and B. Jones (Ed.), . Presented at the RSPCA Australia Scientific Seminar 2010, CSIRO Discovery Centre, Canberra (2010).
- Jones, D. (2010). Vegetation structure on overpasses is critical in overcoming the road barrier effect for small birds. In V. R., M Puky and A Seiler (Ed.), . Presented at the IENE 2010 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, Velence, Hungary (2010).
- Jones, D., & Blacker, A. (2010). Road barrier effect on small birds removed by vegetated overpass in South East Queensland. Ecological Management & Restoration, 11(1), 65–67.
- Warne, R., Jones, D., & Astheimer, L. B. (2010). Attacks on humans by Australian Magpies (Cracticus tibicen): territoriality, brood-defence or testosterone? Emu, 110(4), 332–338.
- Chapman, R., & Jones, D. (2009). Just feeding the ducks: quantifying a common wildlife-human interaction. The Sunbird, 39(2), 19–28.
- Delathouder, R., Jones, D., & Balcombe, S. (2009). Assessing the abundance of freshwater turtles in an Australian urban landscape. Urban Ecosystems, 12(2), 215–231.
- Blacker, A., & Jones, D. (2008). Temporal trends in use of fauna-friendly underpasses and overpasses. Wildlife Research, 35(2), 103–112.
- Hourigan, C., Catterall, C., Jones, D., & Rhodes, M. (2008). A comparison of the effectiveness of bat detectors and harp traps for surveying bats in an urban landscape. Wildlife Research, 35, 768–774.
- Jones, D. (2008). Megapodes in Northern Australia: A summary of recent research on the orange-footed scrubfowl and Australian brush-turkey. In S. J. J. F. Davies (Ed.), . Presented at the Katanning National Malleefowl Forum 2007, Katannind, Western Australia (2008).
- Jones, D. (2008). Wildlife management in the extreme: managing Magpies and mothers in a suburban environment. In D. L., A Munn and W, Meikle (Ed.), Too close for comfort: contentious issues in human-wildlife encounters (pp. 9–14). Mosman NSW: Royal Zoological Society of NSW.
- Jones, D., & Goth, A. (2008). Mound-builders. Collingwood Vic: CSIRO Publishing.
- Jones, D., & Reynolds, S. J. (2008). Feeding birds in our towns and cities: a global research opportunity. Journal of Avian Biology, 39(3), 265–271.
- Reichelt, R. C., & Jones, D. (2008). Long-term observations of the diet of the Malleefowl Leipoa ocellata near the Little Desert, Western Victoria. Australian Field Ornithology, 25, 22–30.
- Selles, A., O’Hare, M., Jones, D., & Veage, L.-A. (2008). Integrating fauna protection into road design. Public Works Engineering, 43(4), 80–84.
- Edgar, J., Appleby, R., & Jones, D. (2007). Efficacy of an ultrasonic device as a deterrent to dingoes (Canis lupus dingo): a preliminary investigation. Journal of Ethology, 25(2), 209–213.
- Garden, J. G., McAlpine, C. A., Possingham, H. P., & Jones, D. (2007). Habitat structure is more important than vegetation composition for local-level management of native terrestrial reptile and small mammal species living in urban remnants: A case study from Brisbane, Australia. Austral Ecology, 32(6), 669–685.
- Garden, J. G., McAlpine, C. A., Possingham, H. P., & Jones, D. (2007). Using multiple survey methods to detect terrestrial reptiles and mammals: what are the most successful and cost-efficient combinations? Wildlife Research, 34(3), 218–227.
- Jones, D. (2007). Bird pests in urban areas: Populations, people and perceptions.
- Meyer-Gleaves, S., & Jones, D. (2007). Relative abundance of Australian White Ibis Threskiornis molluca across the Greater Brisbane region. In D. L., P Eby, P Hutchings & S Burgin (Ed.), Pest or Guest: The Zoology of Overabundance (pp. 142–149). Mosman, Sydney: Royal Zoological Society of NSW.
- Newbery, B., & Jones, D. (2007). Presence of Asian House Gecko Hemidactylus frenatus across an urban gradient in Brisbane: influence of habitat and potential for impact on native gecko species. In D. L., P Eby, P Hutchings and S. Burgin (Ed.), Pest or Guest: The Zoology of Overabundance (pp. 59–65). Mosman, Sydney, NSW: Royal Zoological Society of NSW.
- Everding, S. E., & Jones, D. (2006). Communal roosting in a suburban population of Torresian crows (Corvus orru). Landscape and Urban Planning, 74(1), 21–33.
- FitzGibbon, S. I., & Jones, D. (2006). A community-based wildlife survey: the knowledge and attitudes of residents of suburban Brisbane, with a focus on bandicoots. Wildlife Research, 33, 233–241.
- Garden, J., McAlpine, C., Peterson, A., Jones, D., & Possingham, H. (2006). Review of the ecology of Australian urban fauna: A focus on spatially explicit processes. Austral Ecology, 31, 126–148.
- Miller, K. K., & Jones, D. (2006). Gender differences in the perceptions of wildlife management objectives and priorities in Australasia. Wildlife Research, 33(2), 155–159.
- Moroney, J., & Jones, D. (2006). Biodiversity space in urban environments: Implications of changing lot size. Australian Planner, 43(4), 22–27.
- O’Leary, R., & Jones, D. (2006). The use of supplementary foods by Australian magpies Gymnorhina tibicen: Implications for wildlife feeding in suburban environments. Austral Ecology, 31, 208–216.
- Rollinson, D., & Jones, D. (2006). Tolerance of Australian Magpies Gymnorhina tibicen towards humans: A comparison along an urban gradient. Australian Field Ornithology, 23, 29–35.
- Jones, D., & Barton, A. (2005). Urban biodiversity: Youre standing in it! In G. L. S. and D. N. Jones (Ed.), . Presented at the 2004 South East Queensland Biodiversity Conference, Gatton, Qld (2005).
- Jones, D., & Nealson, T. (2005). Impacts of bird watching on communities and species: Long-term and short-term responses in rainforest and eucalypt habitats. CRC Sustainable Tourism Technical Reports, 2005, 1–17.
- Miller, K., & Jones, D. (2005). Wildlife management in Australasia: perceptions of objectives and priorities. Wildlife Research, 32(4), 265–272.
- Newbery, B., Dawson, P., & Jones, D. (2005). Density of Asian house geckos Hemidactylus frenatus within suburban Brisbane. Queensland Naturalist, 43, 1–3.
- Creagh, A., Fawcett, J., & Jones, D. (2004). Shrub density correlates with densities of white-browed scrubwrens Sericornis frontalis in three forest types in southeast Queensland. Corella, 28(1), 20–21.
- Howard, P., & Jones, D. (2004). A quantitative study of wildlife feeding in south-east Queensland. In D. L. & S. Burgin (Ed.), . Presented at the Urban Wildlife: More than Meets the Eye., Taronga Zoo, Mosman, NSW. (2004).
- Jones, D., Sonnenburg, R., & Sinden, K. E. (2004). Presence and distribution of Australian Brush-turkeys in the Greater Brisbane Region. The Sunbird, 34(1), 1–9.
- Proctor, H., & Jones, D. (2004). Geographical structuring of feather mite assemblages from the Australian Brush-turkey (Aves: Megapodiidae). Journal of Parasitology, 90(1), 60–66.
- Warnken, J., Hodgkison, S., Wild, C., & Jones, D. (2004). The localized environmental degradation of protected areas adjacent to bird feeding stations: a case study of the Australian brush-turkey Alectura lathami. Journal of Environmental Management, 70(2), 109–118.
- Goth, A., & Jones, D. (2003). Ontogeny of Social Behaviour in the Megapode Australian Brush-Turkey (Alectura lathami). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 117(1), 36–43.
- Jones, D. (2003). Contemporary urban ecology: the view from the Antipodes. In E. T., C.A. Brebbia & J.L Uso (Ed.), . Presented at the 4th Internatioal Conference on Ecosystems & Sustainable Development., Sienna, Italy. (2003).
- Jones, D. (2003). Megapodes. In C. Perrins (Ed.), New Encyclopedia of Birds. (1st ed., pp. 172–175). Oxford.: Oxford University Press.
- Jones, D., & Nealson, T. (2003). Management of aggressive Australian magpies by translocation. Wildlife Research, 30(2), 167–177.
- Rollinson, D., & Jones, D. (2003). Variation in breeding parameters of the Australian magpie Gymnorhina tibicen in suburban and rural environments. Urban Ecosystems, 6, 257–269.
- Rollinson, D., O’Leary, R., & Jones, D. (2003). The practice of wildlife feeding in suburban Brisbane. Corella, 27(2), 52–58.
- Shirley, A. M., Goldizen, A. W., Jones, D., Krebs, E. A., & Putland, D. A. (2003). Effects of habitat characteristics and climate on the distribution and colouration of Dusky Moorhens (Gallinula tenebrosa) in south-east Queensland. Emu, 103(1), 81–86.
- Warne, R., & Jones, D. (2003). Evidence of target specificity in attacks by Australian magpies on humans. Wildlife Research, 30(3), 265–267.
- Jones, D. (2002). Magpie Alert: Learning to Live with a Wild Neighbour. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.
- O’Leary, R., & Jones, D. (2002). Foarging by suburban Australian magpies during dry conditions. Corella, 26(2), 53–54.
- Bishop, K. D., & Jones, D. (2001). The montane avifauna of West New Britain with Special reference to the Nakanai Mountains. Emu, 101(3), 205–220.
- Goth, A., & Jones, D. (2001). Transmitter attachment and its effects on Australian brush-turkey hatchlings. Wildlife Research, 28(1), 73–78.
- Jones, D., & Nattrass, R. (2001). Notes on interactions between Common Koels and their hosts. Corella, 25(3), 60–61.
- Maller, C., & Jones, D. (2001). Vocal behaviour of the Common Koel, Eudynamys scolopacea, and implications for mating systems. Emu, 101(2), 105–112.
- Finch, N., McBrien, K., & Jones, D. (2000). Opportunistic use of an ephemeral suburban habitat by brown hares. Queensland Naturalist, 38, 64–68.
- Jones, D., & Wieneke, J. (2000). The suburban bird community of Townsville revisited: Changes over a 17 year period. Corella, 24 (4), 53–60.
- Cilento, N., & Jones, D. (1999). Aggression by Australian Magpies Gymnorhina tibicen toward Human Intruders. Emu, 99, 85–90.
- Jones, D. (1999). What We Dont Know About Megapodes. In D., R.W.R., Jones, D.N., Genshemesh, J. (Ed.), . Presented at the 3rd International Megapode Conference, NHill, Victoria (1999).
- Jones, D., & Finn, P. (1999). Translocation of Aggressive Australian Magpies: A Preliminary Assessment of a Potential Management Action. Wildlife Research, 26, 271–279.
- Jones, D., & Thomas, L. (1999). Attacks on Humans by Australian Magpies: Management of an Extreme Suburban Human-Wildlife Conflict. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 27, 473–478.
- Jones, D., Dekker, R. J., & Benshemesh, J. (1999). Proceedings of the Third International Megapode Symposium. In D., R.W.R., Jones, D.N., Benshemesh, J. (Ed.), . Presented at the 3rd International Megapode Symposium, Nhill, Victoria (1999).
- Thomas, L., & Jones, D. (1999). Management Options for a Human-Wildlife Conflict: Australian Magpie Attacks on Humans. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 4(3), 93–95.
- Jones, D., & Thomas, L. (1998). Managing to Live with Brisbanes Wildlife: Magpies and the Management of Positive and Negative Interactions. Royal Society of Queensland Proceedings, 107, 45–49.
- Jones, D., Enck, J., Siemer, W., Decker, D., & Brown, T. (1998). An Introduction to Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management.
- Battley, P., Jones, D., Rogers, D., & Venables, I. (1997). Book Review: The Field Guide to the Birds of Australia (G Pizzey & F Knight). EMU, 97, 335–336.
- Jones, D., & Smith, G. (1997). Vocalisations of the Marbled Frogmouth I: Descriptions and an Analysis of Sex Differences. Emu, 97, 290–295.
- Jones, D., & Smith, G. (1997). Vocalisations of the Marbled Frogmouth II: An Assessment of Vocal Individuality as a Potential Census Technique. Emu, 97, 296–304.
- Thomas, L., & Jones, D. (1997). Control Versus Chaos: A Unique Suburban Wildlife Conflict in Australia. Human Dimension of Wildlife, 2(4), 50–51.
- Jones, D. (1996). Magpie Attack: Our Best-known, Least-understood Wildlife Problem. Wingspan, 6 3, 12–15.
- Jones, D., & Giese, M. (1996). Timing and Success of Breeding in Subtropical Masked Lapwings. Corella, 20, 69–74.
- Jones, D. (1995). Cautionary Tales and Signs of Maturity. Newsletter of Australasian Society for Study of Animal Behaviour, 3, 10–12.
- Jones, D. (1995). I love Human Dimensions: Its People I Cant Stand! Australasian Wildlife Management Society Newsletter, 2, 8–9.
- Jones, D., Dekker, R., & Roselaar, R. (1995). The Megapodes. (C. M. P., W.J. Bock, J. Kikkawa, Ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Jones, D. (1994). Megapodes: New Approaches to Old Threats. Presented at the Not Known.
- Jones, D. (1994). Reproduction without parenthood: Individual behaviour of male, female and juvenile Australian Brush-turkeys. In Animal Societies: Individuals, Interaction and Organisation (pp. 135–146). Japan: Kyoto University Press.
- Jones, D., & Everding, E. (1994). Torresian crows: Urban terrorists or useful opportunists. Wildlife Australia, 31, 4–7.
- Jones, D., & Sitte, K. (1994). Captive studies reveal extensive vocal repertoire in Sacred Kingfishers. Australian Bird Watcher, 15, 298–305.
- Jones, D., & Thomas, L. (1994). Taking People Seriously: A Key Element in Managing Wildlife Conflicts.
- (2016). Alternative Koala Habitat Offset Connectivity Monitoring Program (2016-2017)
- (2015). The effects of current and future climate on the rainforest bird communities of eastern Australia
- (2013). Ecology of Urban Bush Stone-curlews (Burhinus grallarius)
- (2012). Designing reserve networks to facilitate species adaptations to climate change - An urban biodiversity case study
- (2012). The effects of contemporary fire regimes on reptile and small mammal communities in Southeast Queensland eucalypt forests (Diana Virkki)
- (2010). Birds and Roads in South-East Queensland: Barriers, Filters and Thresholds
- (2010). Designing reserve networks to facilitate species' adaptations to climate change: An urban biodiversity case study
- (2010). Designing reserve networks to facilitate species’ adaptations to climate change: an urban biodiversity case study
- (2010). Designing reserve networks to facilitate species’ adaptations to climate change: an urban biodiversity case study
- (2009). Bird-baths and Biodiversity
- (2008). Analysis of Mallefowl behavioural data
- (2008). Fauna Use of Culverts in Redland Shire Research Project
- (2008). Gap Creek Road Ecology Research Project
- (2007). Faunal use of underpasses in an urbanised landscape: Main roads on the Gold Coast
- (2007). Movement patterns of Glossy Black Cockatoo on the Gold Coast: Detemination of home range and habitat site fidelity using radiotelemetry
- (2006). Population Dynamics and Feeding Ecology of the Water Mouse, Xeromys myoides, in South-East Queensland
- (2006). Quantifying the Role of the Riparian Zone in the Ecology of an Urban Stream in South-East Queensland
- (2006). Remote Monitoring of a Dingo Den Site on Fraser Island
- (2003). Bat Roosts in Suburbia
- (2002). Impact of recreation in natural areas
- (2001). Roost ecology and conservation of insectivorous bats in suburban Brisbane
- (1999). Aspects related to the management of Magpie aggression toward humans in a suburban environment
- (1999). Symbiotic arthropods as indicators of demographic and social histories of Australian Brush-turkeys.
- (1999). Wildlife tourism: Optimising benefits and identifying new product development opportunities
- (1997). Management of magpies in suburban environments
- (1997). Support to Attend the 3rd International Megapode Symposium, Victoria, December 1997.
- (1995). Antiphonal song in Australian magpie-larks: Function and repertoire
- (1994). Recognition and response to song repertoire and variability by males and females in a polygynous, territorial song bird
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