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A trade-off in stand size effects in the reproductive biology of a declining tropical conifer Callitris intratropica. Plant Ecology, 214(1), pp.169-174., 2013.
Impact of culm harvest on seed production in a monocarpic bamboo. Biotropica, 44(5), pp.699-704., 2012.
Possible ecosystem engineering to regulate depth by a clonal sedge encroaching on a tropical freshwater wetland. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 20(4), pp.341-352., 2012.
Run-Stop-Roost: The need for undisturbed high-tide roosts for migratory shorebirds. In Society for Conservation Biology. Society for Conservation Biology. 23/09/2012., 2012.
Bird stencils in Arnhem Land do not provide evidence of climate change: response to Taçon et al. (2010). Antiquity Project Gallery. Available at: http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/franklin327/., 2011.
Butterfly counts at Casuarina Coastal Reserve in the seasonal tropics of northern Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist, 23, pp.18-28., 2011.
Floristic uniformity across abrupt boundaries between Triodia hummock grassland and Acacia shrubland on an Australian desert sandplain. Journal of Arid Environments, 75, pp.1090-1096., 2011.
Managing angling tourism in northern Australia: A case study from the Gulf of Carpentaria. In 6th World Recreational Fishing Conference, Berlin, Germany. 1-4 August 2011. . 6th World Recreational Fishing Conference, Berlin, Germany. 1-4 August 2011. . Berlin, Germany., 2011.
Mangrove litter fall: extrapolation from traps to a large tropical macrotidal harbor. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 95(1), pp.245-252. Available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S027277141100388X., 2011.
A year of mosquito monitoring at Robertson Barracks and the nearby Millner Swamp, Northern Territory, Australia. Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin, 18, pp.27-34., 2011.
Bamboo, fire and flood: consequences of disturbance for the vegetative growth of a clumping, clonal plant. Plant Ecology, 208, pp.319-332., 2010.
Exploring the adequacy of representation of butterfly species’ distributions in a more accessible portion of northern Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist, 22, pp.88-94., 2010.
History of the East Point monsoon forest. Northern Territory Naturalist, 22, pp.2-16., 2010.
Pollination ecology of Isoglossa woodii, a long-lived, synchronously monocarpic herb from coastal forests in South Africa. Plant Biology, 12, pp.495-502., 2010.
Resprouting and mortality of juvenile eucalypts in an Australian savanna: Impacts of fire season and annual sorghum. Australian Journal of Botany, 58, pp.618-628., 2010.
Resprouting responses of trees in a fire-prone tropical savanna following severe tornado damage. Austral Ecology, 35, pp.685-694., 2010.
Tropical Fire Ecology [book review]. Biotropica, 42, p.759., 2010.
Using autoregressive error models to understand fire−vegetation−soil feedbacks in a mulga−spinifex landscape mosaic. Journal of Biogeography, 37, pp.2169-2182., 2010.
Bamboos in South-East Asia. Bamboo Bulletin, 11(1), pp.29-31., 2009.
A butterfly intruder. Nature Territory, November 2009, pp.4-5., 2009.
Coexistence of shrubs and grass in a semi-arid landscape: a case study of mulga (Acacia aneura, Mimosaceae) shrublands embedded in fire-prone spinifex (Triodia pungens, Poaceae) hummock grasslands. Australian Journal of Botany, 57(5), pp.396 - 405. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8393., 2009.
A comparison of two generic trap types for monitoring mosquitoes through an annual cycle in tropical Australia. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 25, pp.58-65., 2009.
Demography of the Helmeted Honeyeater Lichenostomus melanops cassidix. Emu, 109, pp.352-359., 2009.
Frequency and season of fires varies with distance from settlement and grass composition in Eucalyptus miniata savannas of the Darwin region of northern Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 18(1), pp.61 - 70. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8498., 2009.
Observations on the clonal parentage of culms in wild stands of a clumping bamboo from Northern Australia. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 21(2), pp.139 - 146. Available at: http://www.frim.gov.my/v1/jtfsonline/jtfs/v21n2/139-146.pdf., 2009.