Publications from the lab

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  1. 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. Commentary: Underestimating the challenges of avoiding a ghastly future. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2: 700869. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2021.700869 [share this on Twitter]
  2. 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]
  3. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  4. White, LC, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw, JJ Austin. In press. Diagnosing a synchronous extinction, in The History and Mystery of the Thylacine (B Holmes, G Linnard, eds.), CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Victoria [share this on Twitter]
  5. 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]
  6. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  7. 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 (preprint) [share this on Twitter]
  8. 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 doi:10.1038/s41562-021-01106-8 (covered in Science) [share this on Twitter]
  9. 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 (highlighted in Nature Briefing[share this on Twitter]
  10. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  11. 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]
  12. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  13. 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]
  14. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  15. 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 doi:10.1111/jbi.14092 [share this on Twitter]
  16. 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 network. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.01.19.427338 (preprint; V2) [share this on Twitter]
  17. Peters, KJ, KA Stockin. 2021. Cetacean sighting records in the New Caledonia Basin, Tasman Sea, New ZealandNew Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. doi:10.1080/00288330.2020.1867201 [share this on Twitter]
  18. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  19. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  20. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  21. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  22. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  23. 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]
  24. 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 (preprint) [share this on Twitter]
  25. 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 (preprint) [share this on Twitter]
  26. 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]
  27. Bradshaw, CJA. 2020. Grand challenges in global biodiversity threatsFrontiers in Conservation Science 1: 609007. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2020.609007 [share this on Twitter]
  28. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  29. 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 (preprint) [share this on Twitter]
  30. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  31. 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]
  32. 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]
  33. 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]
  34. 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]
  35. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  36. 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 (preprint; peer-reviewed version[share this on Twitter]
  37. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  38. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  39. 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 doi:10.1111/jeb.13588 [share this on Twitter]
  40. 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 doi:10.1016/j.catena.2019.104364 [share this on Twitter]
  41. 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 [share this on Twitter]
  42. 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]
  43. 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]
  44. 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]
  45. 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]
  46. 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]
  47. 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 doi:10.1002/ece3.5609 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  48. 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]
  49. 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]
  50. 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]
  51. 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]
  52. 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]
  53. 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]
  54. 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]
  55. 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]
  56. 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]
  57. 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]
  58. 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]
  59. 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]
  60. 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]
  61. 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]
  62. 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]
  63. 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]
  64. 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]
  65. 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]
  66. 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(1): 173-197. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4564.1.6 [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  67. 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]
  68. 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]
  69. 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]
  70. 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]
  71. 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]
  72. 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]
  73. 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]
  74. 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]
  75. Yates, KL, CJA Bradshaw (eds.) 2018. Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning. Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom. ISBN:9781138954533 [share this on Twitter]
  76. 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]
  77. 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]
  78. 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]
  79. Bradshaw, CJAThe Effective Scientist. A Handy Guide to a Successful Academic Career. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ISBN: 9781316779521 [share this on Twitter]
  80. 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]
  81. 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]
  82. 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]
  83. 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]
  84. 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]
  85. 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/ [PDF[share this on Twitter]
  86. 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]
  87. 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]
  88. 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]
  89. 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]
  90. 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]
  91. 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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