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Overview, Critical Assessment, and Conservation Implications of Koala Distribution and Abundance
Regional and national surveys provide a broadscale description of the koala's present distribution in Australia. A detailed understanding of its distribution is precluded, however, by past andExpand
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We present a spatially explicit habitat selection model for movement data that incorporates home range behavior as a spatial process. Expand
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Wildlife disease prevalence in human‐modified landscapes
Human‐induced landscape change associated with habitat loss and fragmentation places wildlife populations at risk. One issue in these landscapes is a change in the prevalence of disease which mayExpand
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The importance of forest area and configuration relative to local habitat factors for conserving forest mammals: A case study of koalas in Queensland, Australia
The loss and fragmentation of forest habitats by human land use are recognised as important factors influencing the decline of forest-dependent fauna. Mammal species that are dependent upon forestExpand
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Small mammal populations in a eucalypt forest affected by fire and drought. I. Long-term patterns in an era of climate change
This paper reports a study of ground-dwelling, small mammals in coastal eucalypt forest in south-eastern Australia from 1970 through 2005. During this time, the study area burnt in an intense fire inExpand
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Effects of logging, fire and drought on possums and gliders in the coastal forests near Bega, NSW
Seven species of possums and gliders were found during a survey in logged coastal forests near Bega, New South Wales. A study of the preferences for the various tree species showed that bothExpand
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Can multiscale models of species’ distribution be generalized from region to region? A case study of the koala
1. While various studies have evaluated the habitat requirements for wildlife in fragmented forest landscapes at multiple spatial scales, few have considered whether there is regional variation inExpand
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Causes of the extinction of native mammals of the Western Division of New South Wales: an ecological interpretation of the nineteenth century historical record
Twenty-four mammal species – predominantly the medium-sized, ground-dwelling mammals with a dependence on grass/herbs and seeds – disappeared forever from the landscape of the Western Division of NewExpand
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Combining a map-based public survey with an estimation of site occupancy to determine the recent and changing distribution of the koala in New South Wales
The present study demonstrates one solution to a problem faced by managers of species of conservation concern – how to develop broad-scale maps of populations, within known general distributionExpand
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The impact on native mammals of land-use changes and exotic species in the Bega district, New South Wales, since settlement
Historical records for the Bega district were examined to chart the environmental changes wrought by Europeans through habitat alteration and the introduction of exotic species, and to interpret theExpand
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