Publications

Publications from the lab

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  1. White, LC, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw, JJ Austin. 2023. Diagnosing a synchronous extinction, in The History, Ecology and Loss of the Tasmanian Tiger (B Holmes, G Linnard, eds.), pp. 45-47, CSIRO Publishing, Clayton South, Victoria. ISBN: 9781486315536 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  2. Bradshaw, CJA, A Doube, A Scanlon, B Page, M Tarran, K Fielder, L Andrews, S Bourne, M Stevens, P Schulz, T Kloeden, S Drewer, R Matthews, C Findlay, W White, C Leehane, B Conibear, J Doube, T Rowley. 2023. Aerial culling feral fallow deer with shotguns improves efficiency and welfare outcomes. ARPHA Preprints doi:10.3897/arphapreprints.e101198 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  3. Beaman JE, C Mulligan, C Moore, D Mitchell, E Narayan, K Burke da Silva. 2023. Resident wild koalas show resilience to large-scale translocation of bushfire-rescued koalas. Conservation Physiology 11: coac088. doi:10.1093/conphys/coac088 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  4. Bradshaw, CJA, SA Crabtree, DA White, S Ulm, MI Bird, AN Williams, F Saltré. 2023. Directionally supervised cellular automaton for the initial peopling of Sahul. Quaternary Science Reviews 303: 107971. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2023.107971 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  5. Bradshaw, CJA, C Perry, MA Judge, CM Saraswati, J Heyworth, PN Le Souëf. 2023. Lower infant mortality, higher household size, and more access to contraception reduce fertility in low- and middle-income nations. PLoS One doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0280260 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  6. Mathwin, R, S Wassens, MS Gibbs, J Young, Q Ye, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2023. Modelling the effects of water regulation on the population viability of threatened amphibians. Ecosphere 14: e4379. doi:10.1002/ecs2.4379 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  7. Nichols, PD, HR Pethyridge, B Zhang, P Virtue, L Meyer, Z Dhurmeea, L Marcus, JA Ericson, N Hellessey, S Every, K Wheatley, CC Parrish, P Eisenmann, AMM Baylis, CJA Bradshaw, SL Bierwagen, JW Young, LIE Couturier, CA Rohner, J Groß, C Waugh, CF Phleger, C Jackson, G Jackson, C Huveneers, S Bengston Nash, M Brock, P Mansour. 2023. Fatty acid profiles of more than 470 marine species from the Southern Hemisphere. Ecology 104: e3888. doi:10.1002/ecy.3888 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  8. Strona, G, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Co-extinctions dominate future vertebrate losses from climate and land-use change. Science Advances 50: eabn4345. doi:10.1126/sciadv.abn4345 (highlighted in Nature Climate Change and Current Biology[share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  9. Bradshaw, CJA, B Page, M Tarran, A Scanlon, K Fielder, S Bourne, M Stevens, P Schulz, R Matthews, C Findlay, W White, C Leehane, B Conibear, T Rowley. 2022. Aerial culling feral fallow deer with shotguns improves efficiency and welfare outcomesInvasive Species Unit, Department of Primary Industries and Regions, Government of South Australia, Adelaide. 25 p.
  10. Riley, MJ, CJA Bradshaw, C Huveneers. 2022. Long-range electric deterrents not as effective as personal deterrents for reducing risk of shark bite. ICES Journal of Marine Science 79: 2656-2666. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsac199 [share this on Mastodon] [share this on Twitter]
  11. Bossley, MI, A Steiner, GJ Parra, F Saltré, KJ Peters. 2022. Dredging activity in a highly urbanized estuary did not affect the occurrence of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins and long-nosed fur seals. Marine Pollution Bulletin 184: 114183. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.114183 [share this on Twitter]
  12. Llewelyn, J, G Strona, CR Dickman, A Greenville, G Wardle, MSY Lee, S Doherty, F Shabani, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Predicting predator-prey interactions in terrestrial endotherms using random forest. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2022.09.02.506446 [share this on Twitter]
  13. Codilean AT, H Munack, WM Saktura, TJ Cohen, Z Jacobs, S Ulm, PP Hesse, J Heyman, KJ Peters, R Gillespie, AN Williams, RBK Saktura, X Rui. 2022. OCTOPUS Database v.2Earth System Science Data 14: 3695-3713. doi:10.5194/essd-14-3695-2022 [share this on Twitter]
  14. Peters, KJ, KA Stockin, F Saltré. 2022. On the rise: climate change in New Zealand will cause sperm and blue whales to seek higher latitudes. Ecological Indicators 142: 109235. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2022.109235 [share this on Twitter]
  15. Shafapourtehrany, M, P Yariyan, H Özener, B Pradhan, F Shabani. 2022. Evaluating the application of k-mean clustering in earthquake vulnerability mapping of Istanbul, Turkey. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 79: 103154 [share this on Twitter]
  16. Araújo, FHV, A Ferreira da Silva, R Soares Ramos, S Rodrigues Ferreira, J Barbosa dos Santos, R Siqueira da Silva, F Shabani. 2022. Modelling climate suitability for Striga asiatica, a potential invasive weed of cereal crops. Crop Protection 160: 106050 [share this on Twitter]
  17. Bradshaw, CJA, AN Williams, S Ulm, H Cadd, MI Bird, SA Crabtree, DA White, P Veth, F Saltré. 2022. Stochastic population projections in Sahul refine the human-refugia hypothesis for early Last Glacial Maximum. OSF Preprints doi:10.31219/osf.io/s6hya [share this on Twitter]
  18. Bradshaw, CJA, SA Crabtree, DA White, S Ulm, MI Bird, AN Williams, F Saltré. 2022. Directionally supervised cellular automaton for the initial peopling of Sahul. OSF Preprints doi:10.31219/osf.io/a45fw [share this on Twitter]
  19. Cox, TE, D Paine, E O’Dwyer-Hall, R Matthews, T Blumson, B Florence, K Fielder, M Tarran, M Korcz, A Wiebkin, PW Hamnett, CJA Bradshaw, B Page. 2022. Thermal-assisted aerial culling (TAAC) for the improved control of vertebrate pest animal populations. Authorea doi:10.22541/au.165633745.51007622/v2 [share this on Twitter]
  20. Riley, MJ, P Meagher, C Huveneers, J Leto, VM Peddemors, D Slip, J West, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. The Australian Shark-Incident Database for quantifying temporal and spatial patterns of shark-human conflict. Scientific Data 9: 378. doi:10.1038/s41597-022-01453-9 [share this on Twitter]
  21. Santos, M, R Silva, M Soares, É Lopes, F Shabani. 2022. Global risks of Bedellia somnulentella (Lepidoptera: Bedelliidae) invasion: a modeling exercise using a mechanistic model, CLIMEX. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 149: 401-411. doi:10.1007/s00704-022-04051-2 [share this on Twitter]
  22. Thompson, RM, EJ Barbour, CJA Bradshaw, S Briggs, N Byron, M Grace, B Hart, A King, GE Likens, CA Pollino, F Sheldon, M Stewardson, M Thoms, RJ Watts, JA Webb. 2022. Principles for scientists working at the river science-policy interface. River Research and Applications 38: 819-831. doi:10.1002/rra.3951 [share this on Twitter]
  23. Di Minin, E, M ‘t Sas-Rolfes, J Selier, M Louis, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Dismantling the poachernomics of the illegal wildlife trade. Biological Conservation 265: 109418. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2021.109418 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  24. Llewelyn, J, G Strona, MC McDowell, CN Johnson, KJ Peters, DB Stouffer, SN de Visser, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Sahul’s megafauna species were vulnerable to plant-community changes due to their position in the trophic network. Ecography 2022: e06089. doi:10.1111/ecog.06089 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  25. Ripple, WJ, DA DellaSala, F Baumann, J Gregg, MG Betts, BE Law, CJA Bradshaw, C Wolf. 2022. Zoonotic diseases and our troubled relationship with nature. American Journal of Health Promotion 36: 382-385. doi:10.1177/08901171211064224 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  26. Bradshaw, CJA, C Perry, CM Saraswati, M Judge, J Heyworth, PN Le Souëf. 2021. Lower infant mortality and access to contraception reduce fertility in low- and middle-income nations. medRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.12.16.21267946 (now in accepted in PLoS One[share this on Twitter]
  27. Le Souëf, PN, CM Saraswati, M Judge, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Spatially explicit analyses of environmental and health data to determine past, emerging and future threats to child health. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 57: 1830-1834. doi:10.1111/jpc.15822 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  28. Bradshaw, CJA, PR Ehrlich, A Beattie, G Ceballos, E Crist, J Diamond, R Dirzo, AH Ehrlich, J Harte, ME Harte, G Pyke, PH Raven, WJ Ripple, F Saltré, C Turnbull, M Wackernagel, DT Blumstein. 2021. Response: Commentary: Underestimating the challenges of avoiding a ghastly future. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2: 700869. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2021.700869 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  29. Bradshaw, CJA, S Herrando-Pérez. 2021. Density-independent processes decouple component and ensemble density feedbacks. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.09.19.460939 [share this on Twitter]
  30. Bradshaw, CJA, JM Chalker, SA Crabtree, BA Eijkelkamp, JA Long, JR Smith, K Trinajstic, V Weisbecker. 2021. A fairer way to compare researchers at any career stage and in any discipline using open-access citation data. PLoS One 16: e0257141. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0257141 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  31. Thompson, RM, E Barbour, CJA Bradshaw, S Briggs, N Byron, M Grace, B Hart, A King, GE Likens, CA Pollino, F Sheldon, M Stewardson, M Thoms, RJ Watts, JA Webb. 2021. Ten principles for achieving scientific impact with integrity in policy and managementAuthorea doi:10.22541/au.162255783.35193499/v1 (preprint) [share this on Twitter]
  32. Venning, KRW, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Predicting targets and costs for feral-cat reduction on large islands using stochastic population models. Conservation Science and Practice 3: e448. doi:10.1111/csp2.448 [PDF] [share this on Twitter]
  33. Mathwin, R, S Wassens, M Gibbs, J Young, Q Ye, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Modelling effects of water regulation on the population viability of threatened amphibiansbioRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.04.20.440713 [share this on Twitter]
  34. Crabtree, SA, DA White, CJA Bradshaw, F Saltré, AN Williams, RJ Beaman, MI Bird, S Ulm. 2021. Landscape rules predict optimal super-highways for the first peopling of Sahul. Nature Human Behaviour 5: 1303-1313. doi:10.1038/s41562-021-01106-8 (covered in Science) [share this on Twitter]
  35. Bradshaw, CJA, K Norman, S Ulm, AN Williams, C Clarkson, J Chadœuf, SC Lin, Z Jacobs, RG Roberts, MI Bird, LS Weyrich, S Haberle, S O’Connor, B Llamas, TJ Cohen, T Friedrich, P Veth, M Leavesley, F Saltré. 2021. Stochastic models support rapid peopling of Late Pleistocene Sahul. Nature Communications 12: 2440. doi:10.1038/s41467-021-21551-3 [PDF(highlighted in Nature Briefing[share this on Twitter]
  36. Bradshaw, CJA, CN Johnson, J Llewelyn, V Weisbecker, G Strona, F Saltré. 2021. Relative demographic susceptibility does not explain the extinction chronology of Sahul’s megafauna. eLife 10: e63870. doi:10.7554/eLife.63870 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  37. Tehrany, M, H Özener, B Kalantar, N Ueda, M Habibi, F Shabani, V Saeidi, F Shabani. 2021. Application of an ensemble statistical approach in spatial predictions of bushfire probability and risk mapping. Journal of Sensors 2021: 6638241. doi:10.1155/2021/6638241 [share this on Twitter]
  38. Bradshaw, CJA, AJ Hoskins, PJ Haubrock, RN Cuthbert, C Diagne, B Leroy, L Andrews, B Page, P Cassey, AW Sheppard, F Courchamp. 2021. Detailed assessment of the reported economic costs of invasive species in Australia. NeoBiota 67: 511–550. doi:10.3897/neobiota.67.58834 [PDF] [share this on Twitter]
  39. Diagne, C, B Leroy, A-C Vaissière, R Gozlan, D Roiz, I Jaric, J-M Salles, CJA Bradshaw, F Courchamp. 2021. High and rising economic costs of biological invasions worldwide. Nature 592: 571-576. doi:10.1038/s41586-021-03405-6 [share this on Twitter]
  40. Bradshaw, CJA, P Meagher, MJ Thiele, RG Harcourt, C Huveneers. 2021. Predicting potential future reduction in shark bites on people. Royal Society Open Science 8: 201197. doi:10.1098/rsos.201197 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  41. Jarvie, S, TH Worthy, F Saltré, PR Scofield, PR Seddon, A Cree. 2021. Using Holocene fossils to model the future: distribution of climate suitability for tuatara, the last rhynchocephalian. Journal of Biogeography 48: 1489-1502doi:10.1111/jbi.14092 [share this on Twitter]
  42. Llewelyn, J, G Strona, MC McDowell, CN Johnson, KJ Peters, DB Stouffer, SN de Visser, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Sahul’s megafauna were vulnerable to plant-community changes due to their position in the trophic networkbioRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.01.19.427338 (now published in Ecography[share this on Twitter]
  43. Peters, KJ, KA Stockin. 2021. Cetacean sighting records in the New Caledonia Basin, Tasman Sea, New ZealandNew Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 56: 135-149. doi:10.1080/00288330.2020.1867201 [share this on Twitter]
  44. Page, B, CJA Bradshaw, M Korcz, M Tarran. 2021. Eradication of Pigs on Kangaroo Island: Updated Predictions to Inform the Probability of Eradication. Biosecurity South Australia, Adelaide [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  45. Di Minin, E, H Clements, R Correia, G Cortés Capano, C Fink, A Haukka, A Hausmann, R Kulkarni, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Consequences of recreational hunting for biodiversity conservation and livelihoods. One Earth 4: 238-253. doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2021.01.014 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  46. Bradshaw, CJA, PR Ehrlich, A Beattie, G Ceballos, E Crist, J Diamond, R Dirzo, AH Ehrlich, J Harte, ME Harte, G Pyke, PH Raven, WJ Ripple, F Saltré, C Turnbull, M Wackernagel, DT Blumstein. 2021. Underestimating the challenges of avoiding a ghastly future. Frontiers in Conservation Science 1: 615419. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2020.615419 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  47. Monaco, CJ, DJ Booth, WF Figueira, BM Gillanders, DS Schoeman, CJA Bradshaw, I Nagelkerken. 2021. Natural and anthropogenic climate variability shape assemblages of range-extending coral-reef fishes. Journal of Biogeography 48: 1063-1075. doi:10.1111/jbi.14058 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  48. Monaco, CJ, I Nagelkerken, DJ Booth, WF Figueira, BM Gillanders, DS Schoeman, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Opposing life stage-specific effects of ocean warming at source and sink populations of range-shifting coral-reef fishes. Journal of Animal Ecology 90: 615-627. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.13394 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  49. Mathwin, R, S Wassens, J Young, Q Ye, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Manipulating water for amphibian conservation. Conservation Biology 35: 24-34. doi:10.1111/cobi.13501 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  50. Kalantar, B, N Ueda, M Idrees, S Janizadeh, K Ahmadi, F Shabani. 2020. Forest fire susceptibility prediction based on machine-learning models with resampling algorithms on remote-sensing data. Remote Sensing 12: 3682. doi:10.3390/rs12223682 [share this on Twitter]
  51. Bradshaw, CJA, JM Chalker, SA Crabtree, BA Eijkelkamp, JA Long, JR Smith, K Trinajstic, V Weisbecker. 2020. A fairer way to compare researchers at any career stage and in any discipline using open-access citation data. Authorea doi:10.22541/au.160373218.83526843/v1 (now published in PLoS One[share this on Twitter]
  52. Bradshaw, CJA, CN Johnson, J Llewelyn, V Weisbecker, G Strona, F Saltré. 2020. Relative demographic susceptibility does not explain the extinction chronology of Sahul’s megafauna. bioRχiv 2020.10.16.342303. doi:10.1101/2020.10.16.342303 (now published in eLife[share this on Twitter]
  53. Peters, KJ, SJ Bury, E Betty, GJ Parra, G Tezanos Pinto, KA Stockin. 2020. Foraging ecology of the common dolphin Delphinus delphis revealed by stable isotope analysisMarine Ecology Progress Series 652: 173-186. doi:10.3354/meps13482 [share this on Twitter]
  54. Bradshaw, CJA. 2020. Grand challenges in global biodiversity threatsFrontiers in Conservation Science 1: 609007. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2020.609007 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  55. Carturan, BS, J Pither, J-P Maréchal, CJA Bradshaw, L Parrott. 2020. Combining agent-based, trait-based and demographic approaches to model coral-community dynamicseLife 9: e55993. doi:10.7554/eLife.55993 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  56. Venning, KRW, F SaltréCJA Bradshaw. 2020. Predicting feral cat-reduction targets and costs on large islands using stochastic population modelsbioRχiv doi:10.1101/2020.06.12.149393 (now published in Conservation Science and Practice[share this on Twitter]
  57. Monaco, CJ, CJA Bradshaw, DJ Booth, BM Gillanders, DS Schoeman, I Nagelkerken. 2020. Dietary generalism accelerates arrival and persistence of coral-reef fishes in their novel ranges under climate changeGlobal Change Biology 26: 5564-5573. doi:10.1111/gcb.15221 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  58. Champreux, A, B Meyer-Berthaud, A-L Decombeix. 2020. Keraphyton gen. nov., a new Late Devonian fern-like plant from AustraliaPeerJ 8: e9321. doi:10.7717/peerj.9321 [share this on Twitter]
  59. Kalantar, B, N Ueda, V Saeidi, K Ahmadi, A Abdul Halin, F Shabani. 2020. Landslide susceptibility mapping: machine and ensemble learning based on remote sensing big data. Remote Sensing 12: 1737. doi:10.3390/rs12111737 [share this on Twitter]
  60. Shabani, F, M Ahmadi, L Kumar, S Solhjouy-fard, M Tehrany, FZ Shabani, B Kalantar, A Esmaeili. 2020. Invasive weed species threats to global biodiversity: future scenarios of changes in the number of invasive species in a changing climate. Ecological Indicators 116: 106436. doi:10.​1016/​j.​ecolind.​2020.​106436 [share this on Twitter]
  61. Tshering, K, P Thinley, M Tehrany, U Thinley, F Shabani. 2020. A comparison of the qualitative analytic hierarchy process and the quantitative frequency ratio techniques in predicting forest fire-prone areas in Bhutan using GIS. Forecasting 2: 36-58. doi:10.3390/forecast2020003 [share this on Twitter]
  62. Li, J-W, S-B Zhang, H-P Xi, CJA Bradshaw, J-L Zhang. 2020. Processes controlling programmed cell death of root velamen radicum in an epiphytic orchid. Annals of Botany 126: 261-275. doi:10.1093/aob/mcaa077 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  63. Carturan, BS, J-P Maréchal, CJA Bradshaw, J Pither, L Parrott. 2020. A spatially explicit and mechanistic model for exploring coral reef dynamics. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2020.04.11.036913 (now published in eLife[share this on Twitter]
  64. Yang, D, A-Y Wang, J-L Zhang, CJA Bradshaw, G-Y Hao. 2020. Variation in stem xylem traits is related to differentiation of upper limits of tree species along an elevational gradient. Forests 11: 349. doi:10.3390/f11030349 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  65. Thomas, ZA, RT Jones, CSM Turney, N Golledge, C Fogwill, CJA Bradshaw, L Menviel, NP McKay, MI Bird, J Palmer, P Kershaw, J Wilmshurst, R Muscheler. 2020. Tipping elements and amplified polar warming during the Last Interglacial. Quaternary Science Reviews 233: 106222. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106222 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  66. Common, LK, JA O’Connor, RY Dudaniec, KJ Peters, S Kleindorfer. 2020. Evidence for rapid downward fecundity selection in an ectoparasite (Philornis downsi) with earlier host mortality in Darwin’s finches. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33: 524-533. doi:10.1111/jeb.13588 [share this on Twitter]
  67. Pourghasemi, HR, A Kornejady, N Kerle, F Shabani. 2020. Investigating the effects of different landslide positioning techniques, landslide partitioning approaches, and presence-absence balances on landslide susceptibility mapping. Catena 187: 104364. doi:10.1016/j.catena.2019.104364 [share this on Twitter]
  68. Friedman, K, M Braccini, M Bjerregaard-Walsh, R Bonfil, CJA Bradshaw, S Brouwer, I Campbell, R Coelho, E Cortés, W Dimmlich, MG Frisk, I Kingma, SR McCully Phillips, C O’Criodain, D Parker, S Shephard, J Tovar-Ávila, K Yokawa. 2020. Informing CITES Parties: strengthening science-based decision-making when listing marine speciesFish and Fisheries 21: 13-31. doi:10.1111/faf.12411 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  69. Saltré, F, J Chadoeuf, KJ Peters, MC McDowell, T Friedrich, A Timmermann, S Ulm, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Climate-human interaction associated with southeast Australian megafauna-extinction patternsNature Communications 10: 5311. doi:10.1038/s41467-019-13277-0 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  70. Peters, KJ, F Saltré, T Friedrich, Z Jacobs, R Wood, MC McDowell, S Ulm, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. FosSahul 2.0, an updated database for the Late Quaternary fossil records of SahulScientific Data 6: 272. doi:10.1038/s41597-019-0267-3 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  71. Catullo, RA, J Llewelyn, BL Philips, CC Moritz. 2019. The potential for rapid evolution under Anthropogenic climate changeCurrent Biology 29: R996-R1007. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2019.08.028 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  72. Tehrany, MS, L Kumar, F Shabani. 2019. A novel GIS-based ensemble technique for flood susceptibility mapping using evidential belief function and support vector machine: Brisbane, AustraliaPeerJ 7: e7653. doi:10.7717/peerj.7653 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  73. Bradshaw, CJA, SP Otto, AA Annamalay, S Heft-Neal, Z Wagner, PN Le Souëf. 2019. Testing the socio-economic and environmental determinants of better child-health outcomes in Africa: a cross-sectional study among nationsBMJ Open 9: e029968. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029968 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  74. Roy-Dufresne, E, F Saltré, BD Cooke, C Mellin, G Mutze, T Cox, DA Fordham. 2019. Modelling the distribution of a wide-ranging invasive species using the sampling efforts of expert and citizen scientists. Ecology and Evolution 9: 11053-11063. doi:10.1002/ece3.5609 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  75. Bradshaw, CJA, E Di Minin. 2019. Socio-economic predictors of environmental performance among African nations. Scientific Reports 9: 9306. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-45762-3 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  76. Shabani, F, M Ahmadi, KJ Peters, S Haberle, A Champreux, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Climate-driven shifts in the distribution of koala browse species from the Last Interglacial to the near future. Ecography 42: 1587-1599. doi:10.1111/ecog.04530 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  77. Kleindorfer, S, G Custance, KJ Peters, FJ Sulloway. 2019. Introduced parasite changes host phenotype, mating signal and hybridisation risk: Philornis downsi effects on Darwin’s finch song. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286: 20190461. doi:10.1098/rspb.2019.0461 [share this on Twitter]
  78. Mohseni, N, A Mohseni, A Karimi, F Shabani. 2019. Impact of geomorphic disturbance on spatial variability of soil CO2 flux within a depositional landform. Land Degradation and Development 30: 1699-1710. doi:10.1002/ldr.3375 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  79. Bradshaw, CJA, S Ulm, AN Williams, MI Bird, RG Roberts, Z Jacobs, F Laviano, LS Weyrich, T Friedrich, K Norman, F Saltré. 2019. Minimum founding populations for the first peopling of Sahul. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3: 1057-1063. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0902-6 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  80. Bird, MI, SA Condie, S O’Connor, D O’Grady, C Reepmeyer, S Ulm, M Zega, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Early human settlement of Sahul was not an accident. Scientific Reports 9: 8220. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-42946-9 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  81. Bilgmann, K, GJ Parra, L Holmes, KJ Peters, ID Jonsen, LM Möller. 2019. Abundance estimates and habitat preferences of bottlenose dolphins reveal the importance of two gulfs in South Australia. Scientific Reports 9: 8044. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-44310-3 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  82. Bradshaw, CJA. 2019. Opportunities to improve the future of South Australia’s terrestrial biodiversity. Rethinking Ecology 4: 45-77. doi:10.3897/rethinkingecology.4.32570 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  83. Roy-Dufresne, E, M Lurgi, S Brown, K Wells, B Cooke, G Mutze, D Peacock, P Cassey, D Berman, BW Brook, S Campbell, T Cox, J Daly, I Dunk, P Elsworth, D Fletcher, D Forsyth, G Hocking, KJ Kovac, J Kovaliski, M Leane, B Low, K Malcolm, J Matthews, S McPhee, C Mellin, T Mooney, K Moseby, B Richardson, K Schneider, E Schwarz, R Sinclair, T Strive, F Triulcio, P West, F Saltré, DA Fordham. 2019. The Australian National Rabbit Database: 50 years of population monitoring of an invasive species. Ecology 100: e02750. doi:10.1002/ecy.2750 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  84. Peters, KJ, C Evans, JD Aguirre, S Kleindorfer. 2019. Genetic admixture predicts parasite intensity: evidence for increased hybrid performance in Darwin’s tree finches. Royal Society Open Science 6: 181616. doi:10.1098/rsos.181616 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  85. Ramos, R, L Kumar, F Shabani, M Picanço. 2019. Risk of spread of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in tomato crops under various climate change scenarios. Agricultural Systems 173: 524-535. doi:10.1016/j.agsy.2019.03.020 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  86. Asadzadeh, F, M Maleki-Kaklar, F Shabani. 2019. Predicting cationic exchange capacity in calcareous soils of East-Azerbaijan province, northwest Iran. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 50: 1106-1116. doi:10.1080/00103624.2019.1604728 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  87. Ostovari, Y, S Ghorbani-Dashtaki, L Kumar, F Shabani. 2019. Soil erodibility and its prediction in semi-arid regions. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science 65: 1688-1703. doi:10.1080/03650340.2019.1575509 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  88. Herrando-Pérez, S, CJA Bradshaw, S Lewandowsky, DR Vieites. 2019. Statistical language backs conservatism in climate-change assessments. BioScience 69: 209-219. doi:10.1093/biosci/biz004 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  89. Junge, C, SC Donnellan, C Huveneers, CJA Bradshaw, A Simon, M Drew, C Duffy, GJ Johnson, G Cliff, M Braccini, SC Cutmore, P Butcher, R McAuley, V Peddemors, P Rogers, BM Gillanders. 2019. Comparative population genomics confirms little population structure in two commercially targeted carcharhinid sharks. Marine Biology 166: 16. doi:10.1007/s00227-018-3454-4 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  90. Tehrany, MS, L Kumar, M Neamah Jebur, F Shabani. 2019. Evaluating the application of the statistical index method in flood susceptibility mapping and its comparison with frequency ratio and logistic regression methods. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk 10: 79-101. doi:10.1080/19475705.2018.1506509 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  91. Ramos, RS, L Kumar, F Shabani, R Siqueira da Silva, TA de Araújo, M Picanço. 2019. Climate model for seasonal variation in Bemisia tabaci using CLIMEX in tomato crops. International Journal of Biometeorology 63: 281-291. doi:10.1007/s00484-018-01661-2 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  92. Lyon, JP, T Bird, J Kearns, S Nicol, Z Tonkin, CR Todd, J O’Mahony, G Hackett, S Raymond, J Lieschke, A Kitchingman, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Increased population size of fish in a lowland river following restoration of structural habitat. Ecological Applications 29: e01882. doi:10.1002/eap.1882 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  93. Smith, BP, KM Cairns, JW Adams, TM Newsome, M Fillios, EC Déaux, WCH Parr, M Letnic, LM van Eeden, RG Appleby, CJA Bradshaw, P Savolainen, EG Ritchie, DG Nimmo, C Archer-Lean, AC Greenville, CR Dickman, L Watson, KE Moseby, TS Doherty, AD Wallach, DS Morrant, MS Crowther. 2019. Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793. Zootaxa 4564: 173-197. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4564.1.6 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  94. Tehrany, MS, S Jones, F Shabani. 2019. Identifying the essential flood conditioning factors for flood prone area mapping using machine learning techniquesCatena 175: 174-192. doi:10.1016/j.catena.2018.12.011 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  95. Tehrany, MS, S Jones, F Shabani, F Martínez-Álvarez, D Tien Bui. 2018. A novel ensemble modeling approach for the spatial prediction of tropical forest fire susceptibility using LogitBoost machine learning classifier and multi-source geospatial data. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 137: 637–653. doi:10.1007/s00704-018-2628-9 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  96. Strona, G, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Co-extinctions annihilate planetary life during extreme environmental changeScientific Reports 8: 16724. doi:10.1038/s41598-018-35068-1 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  97. Ramos, RS, L Kumar, F Shabani, MC Picanço. 2018. Mapping global risk levels of Bemisia tabaci in areas of suitability for open field tomato cultivation under current and future climates. PLoS One 13: e0198925. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0198925 [share this on Twitter]
  98. da Silva, RS, L Kumar, F Shabani, AV Ribeiro, MC Picanço. 2018. Dry stress decreases areas suitable for Neoleucinodes elegantalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) and affects its survival under climate predictions in South America. Ecological Informatics 46: 103-113. doi:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2018.06.003 [share this on Twitter]
  99. Huveneers, C, S Whitmarsh, M Thiele, L Meyer, A Fox, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Effectiveness of five personal shark-bite deterrents for surfers. PeerJ 6: e5554. doi:10.7717/peerj.5554 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  100. Hennenberg, KJ, H Böttcher, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Revised European Union renewable-energy policies erode nature protection. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2: 1519-1520. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0659-3 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  101. Courchamp, F, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Reply to ‘Questionable survey methods generate questionable list of recommended articles’. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2: 1338-1339. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0638-8 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  102. Yates, KL, CJA Bradshaw (eds.) 2018. Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning. Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom. ISBN:9781138954533 [share this on Twitter]
  103. Bradshaw, CJA, L Greenhill, KL Yates. 2018. A synopsis of marine spatial planning and its relationship to offshore energy. Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning. pp. 284-293. Yates, KL, CJA Bradshaw (eds.). Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom. ISBN:9781138954533 [share this on Twitter]
  104. Yates, KL, J Polsenberg, K Andronikos, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Marine spatial planning in the age of offshore energy. Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning. pp. 1-5. Yates, KL, CJA Bradshaw (eds.). Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom. ISBN:9781138954533 [share this on Twitter]
  105. Barnett, LK, TAA Prowse, DE Peacock, GJ Mutze, R Sinclair, J Kovaliski, B Cooke, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Previous exposure to myxoma virus reduces survival of European rabbits during outbreaks of rabbit haemorrhagic disease. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 2954-2962. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13187 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  106. Bradshaw, CJAThe Effective Scientist. A Handy Guide to a Successful Academic Career. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ISBN: 9781316779521 [share this on Twitter]
  107. Bradshaw, CJA, F Courchamp. 2018. Gender bias when assessing recommended ecology articles. Rethinking Ecology 3: 1-12. doi:10.3897/rethinkingecology.3.24333 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  108. Bradshaw, CJA, TAA Prowse, M Drew, BM Gillanders, SC Donnellan, C Huveneers. 2018. Predicting sustainable shark harvests when stock assessments are lacking. ICES Journal of Marine Science 75: 1591-1601. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsy031 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  109. Martínez, B, B Radford, MS Thomsen, SD Connell, F Carreño, CJA Bradshaw, DA Fordham, BD Russell, CFD Gurgel, T Wernberg. 2018. Distribution models predict large contractions in habitat-forming seaweeds in response to ocean warming. Diversity and Distributions 24: 1350-1366. doi:10.1111/ddi.12767 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  110. White, LC, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw, JJ Austin. 2018. High-quality fossil dates support a synchronous, Late Holocene extinction of devils and thylacines in mainland Australia. Biology Letters 14: 20170642. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2017.0642 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  111. Barnett, LK, BL Phillips, ACG Heath, A Coates. 2017. The impact of parasites during range expansion of an invasive gecko. Parasitology 145: 1400-1409. doi:10.1017/S003118201800015X [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  112. Coutts, FC, CJA Bradshaw, D García-Bellido, JG Gehling. 2018. Evidence of sensory-driven behaviour in the Ediacaran organism Parvancorina: implications and autecological interpretations. Gondwana Research 55: 21-29. doi:10.1016/j.gr.2017.10.009 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  113. Courchamp, F, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. 100 articles every ecologist should readNature Ecology and Evolution 2: 395-401. doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0370-9 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  114. Deane, DC, DA Fordham, AK Stevens, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Niche constraints and dispersal-limited competition together assemble wetland plant communitiesJournal of Vegetation Science 28: 893-902. doi:10.1111/jvs.12546 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  115. Heard, BP, BW Brook, TML Wigley, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Burden of proof: a comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systemsRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 76: 1122-1133. doi:10.1016/j.rser.2017.03.114 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  116. Nagelkerken, I, KB Huebert, JE Serafy, MGG Grol, M Dorenbosch, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Highly localized replenishment of coral reef fish populations near nursery habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series 568: 137-150. doi:10.3354/meps12062 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  117. Deane, DC, DA Fordham, F He, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Future extinction risk for wetland plants is higher from individual patch loss than total area reduction. Biological Conservation 209: 27-33. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.02.005 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  118. Liu, X, S Lyu, D Sun, CJA Bradshaw, S Zhou. 2017. Species decline under nitrogen fertilization reduces community-level resistance to fungal diseases. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284: 20162621 [PDF] [share this on Twitter]

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