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2010Campbelltown's koalas: their place in the natural history of SydneyCrowther, Mathew; Bryant, Jessica; Close, Robert; Lunney, Daniel; Madden, Kylie; Shannon, Ian; Ward, Steven; Biological SciencesCampbelltown's koalas: their place in the natural history of Sydney, The Natural History of Sydney, vol.N/A, 2010, pp. 319-325
2016The contribution of community wisdom to conservation ecologyCrowther, Mathew; Lunney, Dan; Hope, Ben; Miller, Indrie; Predavec, Martin; Shannon, Ian; Stalenberg, Eleanor; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); Biological SciencesThe contribution of community wisdom to conservation ecology, Conservation Biology, vol.30, 3, 2016,pp 496-505
2016Interpreting patterns of population change in koalas from long-term datasets in Coffs Harbour on the north coast of New South WalesLunney, Dan; Fisher, Mark; Matthews, Alison; Miller, Indrie; Moon, Chris; Predavec, Martin; Rhodes, Jonathan; Shannon, Ian; Turbill, John; Biological SciencesInterpreting patterns of population change in koalas from long-term datasets in Coffs Harbour on the north coast of New South Wales, Australian Mammalogy, vol.38, N/A, 2016,pp 29-43
2010The koalas of campbelltown, south-western Sydney: does their natural history foretell of an unnatural future?Crowther, Mathew; Bryant, Jessica; Close, Robert; Lunney, Daniel; Madden, Kylie; Shannon, Ian; Ward, Steven; Biological SciencesThe koalas of campbelltown, south-western Sydney: does their natural history foretell of an unnatural future?, The Natural History of Sydney, vol.N/A, 2010, pp. 339-370
2015Mapping the likelihood of koalas across New South Wales for use in Private Native Forestry: Developing a simple, species distribution model that deals with opportunistic dataLunney, Daniel; Faulkner, Bill; Predavec, Martin; Scotts, Dave; Shannon, Ian; Turbill, John; Biological SciencesMapping the likelihood of koalas across New South Wales for use in Private Native Forestry: Developing a simple, species distribution model that deals with opportunistic data, Australian Mammalogy, vol.37, 2, 2015,pp 182-193
2017The remaining koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) of the Pilliga forests, north-west New South Wales: Refugial persistence or a population on the road to extinction?Lunney, Dan; Barrott-Brown, George; Callaghan, John; Ellis, Murray; Kavanagh, Rodney; Milledge, David; Mitchell, Dave; Parnaby, Harry; Paull, David; Phillips, Stephen; Predavec, Martin; Price, Owen; Shannon, Ian; Sonawane, Indrie; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)The remaining koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) of the Pilliga forests, north-west New South Wales: Refugial persistence or a population on the road to extinction?, Pacific Conservation Biology, vol.23, 3, 2017,pp 277-294