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Boom and bust (or not?) among birds in an Australian semi-desert. Journal of Arid Environments, 139, pp.58-66., 2017.
A colourful new Australian reaches Talaroo: the Tawny Coster butterfly, Acraea terpsicore. North Queensland Naturalist, 47, pp.10-13., 2017.
Global patterns of interaction specialization in bird–flower networks. Journal of Biogeography, 44(8), pp.1891-1910. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com.ezproxy.cdu.edu.au/doi/10.1111/jbi.13045/full., 2017.
Large, temporary camps of the Little Red Flying-fox at Herberton. North Queensland Naturalist, 47, pp.32-42. Available at: http://www.nqnat.org/volume-47., 2017.
Flowering while leafless in the seasonal tropics need not be cued by leaf drop: evidence from the woody genus Brachychiton. Plant Ecology and Evolution, 149(3), pp.272-279., 2016.
A mast flowering event in a eucalypt of tropical upland dry sclerophyll forest. North Queensland Naturalist, 46, pp.1-10., 2016.
Shadows of change: Square-tailed Kites nesting in the Bendigo area of Victoria. Corella, 40(3), pp.61-68., 2016.
Two sight records of the Orange-banded Plane (Lexias aeropa) from the Iron Range area, and a note on larval foodplants. North Queensland Naturalist, 46, pp.53-56., 2016.
Australian birds: current status and future prospects. In Austral Ark. Austral Ark. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 422-439., 2015.
Biological, ecological, conservation and legal information for all species and subspecies of Australian bird. Scientific Data, 2, p.e150061., 2015.
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.
Limited impact of irrigation on the phenology of Brachychiton megaphyllus: a deciduous shrub that flowers while leafless during the tropical dry season. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 31(5), pp.459-467., 2015.
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.
Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Australian Birds, Collingwood: CSIRO., 2014.
The Eucalypts of Northern Australia: An Assessment of the Conservation Status of Species and Communities, Report to Kimberley to Cape and the Environment Centre NT. Available at: http://www.kimberleytocape.net.au/eucalypts-of-northern-australia/., 2014.
Feeling the heat: The impact of climate change on Australia's birds. Australian Birdlife, 3(3), pp.44-47., 2014.
Field Key to the Eucalypts of the Atherton Tablelands & Vicinity, Herberton: Donald C. Franklin., 2014.
Relative brain size in Australian birds. Emu, 114(2), pp.160-170., 2014.
Savanna vegetation-fire-climate relationships differ among continents. Science, 343, pp.548-552., 2014.
Climate change adaptation strategies for Australian birds, Brisbane: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Available at: http://www.nccarf.edu.au/sites/default/files/attached_files_publications/Garnett-Report-Climate-change-adaptation-Australian-birds.pdf., 2013.
Brachychiton megaphyllus, the Red-flowered Kurrajong. Northern Territory Naturalist, 24, pp.81-88., 2013.
Multi-gene region phylogenetic analyses suggest reticulate evolution and a clade of Australian origin among paleotropical woody bamboos (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae). Plant Systematics and Evolution, 299(1), pp.239-257., 2013.
Towards an Appropriate Fire Regime for Threatened Regional Ecosystem 7.12.22 in the Tumoulin Forest Reserve, Report to Tablelands National Park Volunteers Inc., 2013.
Towards an improved understanding of angler tourism in northern Australia: The 'grunter hunters' of Karumba (Queensland). Fisheries Management and Ecology, 20(2-3), pp.161-173., 2013.