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Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Australian Birds, Collingwood: CSIRO., 2014.
Eucalypts of the Bendigo District. A Guide to Identification and Distribution reprinted 1991th ed., Bendigo: Bendigo Field Naturalists Club Inc., 1983.
Australian birds: current status and future prospects. In Austral Ark. Austral Ark. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 422-439., 2015.
Landscape ecology, wildlife management and conservation in northern Australia. Linking policy, practice and capability in regional planning. In Landscape ecology and resource management. Linking theory with practice. Landscape ecology and resource management. Linking theory with practice. Washington: Island Press, pp. 227-259., 2003.
Management options for bird conservation in the face of climate change. In Applied Cimate Change Adaptation Research. Applied Cimate Change Adaptation Research. Oxford: Wiley., 2015.
Monitoring wildlife at regional and national scales. In New Ways, Old Ways: Wildlife Management in Northern Australia. New Ways, Old Ways: Wildlife Management in Northern Australia. 01/01/05. Darwin: CDU Press, pp. 82 - 93. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:7967., 2005.
Regent Honeyeater Xanthomyza phrygia (Shaw 1794). In Threatened Birds of Australia. An annotated list. Threatened Birds of Australia. An annotated list. Moonee Ponds: Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, pp. 127-129., 1990.
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.
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.
Are low reproductive rates characteristics of New Zealand's native terrestrial birds? Evidence from the allometry of nesting parameters in altricial species. New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 30(3), pp.185 - 204. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1253., 2003.
Assessing intraspecific phenological synchrony in zoochorous trees from the monsoon forests of northern Australia. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 22(4), pp.419 - 429. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2103., 2006.
Avian granivores consume flowers, not just seed, of the Top End Bamboo Bambusa arnhemica. Northern Territory Naturalist, 18, pp.45 - 50. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1846., 2005.
Bamboo, fire and flood: consequences of disturbance for the vegetative growth of a clumping, clonal plant. Plant Ecology, 208, pp.319-332., 2010.
Bamboo, fire and flood: regeneration of Bambusa arnhemica (Bambuseae: Poaceae) after mass-flowering and die-off at contrasting sites in monsoonal northern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany, 51(5), pp.529 - 542. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:3294., 2003.
The bare facial skin of the Regent Honeyeater. Australian Bird Watcher, 12, pp.237-238., 1988.
Biological, ecological, conservation and legal information for all species and subspecies of Australian bird. Scientific Data, 2, p.150061. Available at: http://www.nature.com/articles/sdata201561., 2015.
Biological, ecological, conservation and legal information for all species and subspecies of Australian bird. Scientific Data, 2, p.e150061., 2015.
Birds and nectar in a monsoonal woodland: Correlations at three spatio-temporal scales. Emu, 99(1), pp.15 - 28. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:254., 1999.
Boom and bust (or not?) among birds in an Australian semi-desert. Journal of Arid Environments, 139, pp.58-66., 2017.
Breeding seasons of land birds in the Australian monsoonal tropics: diverse responses to a highly seasonal environment. Australian Biologist, 12(1), pp.72 - 90. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:253., 1999.
Butterfly counts at Casuarina Coastal Reserve in the seasonal tropics of northern Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist, 23, pp.18-28., 2011.
A capture record of the Northern Shrike-tit. Northern Territory Naturalist, 15, pp.41-42., 1997.