Professor David Lindenmayer

Professor

Research interests

Landscape restoration and remnant native vegetation

  • A major restoration experiment in the Riverina and western Murray regions of southern Australia – studies of birds, small mammals, frogs, reptiles and arboreal marsupials.
  • Tests of the applicability of the focal species and other surrogate approaches in restoration

Integrated forest use, wildlife conservation and ecologically sustainability

  • The ontogeny and process of the development of cavities in ash-type eucalypt trees and its implications for the conservation of hollow-dependent fauna.
  • The importance of forest structure in ecologically sustainable forestry
  • The impact of forest fragmentation on forest fauna inhabiting intensively-used wood production areas.
  • Integration of resource economic analysis and ecological data to assess the efficacy of various forest management options.
  • Performance measures for models of wildlife habitat and nest tree suitability.
  • Genetic variability, dispersal behaviour, metapopulation dynamics, forest fragmentation and the conservation of mammals.
  • The effects of clearfelling practices on the development of policies for the ecologically sustainable use of forest resources.
  • The value for generic models for integrating wildlife conservation and timber harvesting.
  • Associations of species of arboreal marsupials and the use of management indicator species in forest conservation.
  • Morphometric, genetic and parasitological changes along a latitudinal gradient in the Mountain Brushtail Possum.

Habitat fragmentation and retained systems in wood production forests

  • Major fragmentation natural experiments in the Tumut and Nanangroe regions of southern Australia – studies of birds, small mammals, frogs, weeds, reptiles and arboreal marsupials.
  • The importance of systems of retained vegetation for the conservation of forest vertebrate fauna.
  • Distribution and abundance of birds, small mammals & arboreal marsupials in habitat fragments.
  • Edge effects and its impacts on the deterioration of retained systems in timber production forests.

Sampling methodology for forest vertebrates

  • Comparisons of sampling methods for birds, arboreal marsupials and small mammals.

Species responses to vegetation types and ecological burning practices

  • Major ecological burning and vegetation type response study – for vertebrates (mammals, birds and reptiles) at Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay Territory, south-eastern Australia
  • Major studies of post-fire ecological recovery following major wildfires in Victorian in 2009 – builds upon 30 years of past research in the montane ash forests of the Central Highlands of Victoria

Re-introduction biology

  • The application of simulation and other modelling approaches in captive breeding and reintroduction.
  • The role and importance of disease in reintroduction biology and captive breeding programs.
  • Vardon, M, Keith, H, Obst, C et al 2018, 'Putting biodiversity into the national accounts: Creating a new paradigm for economic decisions [IN PRESS]', AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, vol. online, pp. 1-6.
  • Scheele, B, Foster, C, Banks, S et al 2017, 'The Role of Biotic Interactions in the Niche Reduction Hypothesis: A Reply to Doherty and Driscoll [IN PRESS]', Trends in Ecology and Evolution, pp. -.
  • Crouzeilles, R, Ferreira, M, Chazdon, R et al 2017, 'Ecological restoration success is higher for natural regeneration than for active restoration in tropical forests', Science Advances, vol. 3, no. 11, pp. 7pp.
  • Bowd, E, Lindenmayer, D, Banks, S et al 2018, 'Logging and fire regimes alter plant communities', Ecological Application, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 826-841.
  • Greenville, A, Burns, E, Dickman, C et al 2018, 'Biodiversity responds to increasing climatic extremes in a biome-specific manner', Science of the Total Environment, vol. 634, pp. 382-393pp.
  • Ikin, K, Tulloch, A, Ansell, D et al 2018, 'Old growth, regrowth, and planted woodland provide complementary habitat for threatened woodland birds on farms', Biological Conservation, vol. 223, pp. 120-128.
  • Kay, G, Tulloch, A, Barton, P et al 2018, 'Species co-occurrence networks show reptile community reorganization under agricultural transformation', Ecography, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 113-125.
  • Le Roux, D, Ikin, K, Lindenmayer, D et al 2018, 'The value of scattered trees for wildlife: Contrasting effects of landscape context and tree size', Diversity and Distributions, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 69-81pp.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2018, 'Developing accurate prediction systems for the terrestrial environment', BMC Biology, vol. 16, no. 42, pp. 3pp.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2018, 'Flawed forest policy: flawed Regional Forest Agreements', Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, vol. online, pp. 1-9.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Blanchard, W, Blair, D et al 2018, 'Empirical relationships between tree fall and landscape-level amounts of logging and fire', PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science), vol. 13, no. 2, e0193132.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Lane, P, Westgate, M et al 2018, 'Tests of predictions associated with temporal changes in Australian bird populations', Biological Conservation, vol. 222, pp. 212-221pp.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Likens, G & Franklin, J 2018, 'Earth Observation Networks (EONs): Finding the Right Balance', Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 1-3pp.
  • Lindenmayer, D, McBurney, L, Blair, D et al 2018, 'From unburnt to salvage logged: Quantifying bird responses to different levels of disturbance severity', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 55, no. 4, pp. 1626-1636.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Michael, D, Crane, M et al 2018, 'Ten lessons in 20 years: Insights from monitoring fauna and temperate woodland revegetation', Ecological Management and Restoration, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 36-43pp.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Sato, C 2018, 'Hidden collapse is driven by fire and logging in a socioecological forest ecosystem', PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 115, no. 20, pp. 5181-5186.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Taylor, C 2018, 'Where there is fire, there is smoke', Science, vol. 361, no. 6400, p. 341.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Thorn, S & Noss, R 2018, 'Countering resistance to protected-area extension', Conservation Biology, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 315-321pp.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Wood, J, MacGregor, C et al 2018, 'Conservation conundrums and the challenges of managing unexplained declines of multiple species', Biological Conservation, vol. 221, pp. 279-292pp.
  • Michael, D, Crane, M, Florance, D et al 2018, 'Revegetation, restoration and reptiles in rural landscapes: Insights from long-term monitoring programmes in the temperate eucalypt woodlands of south-eastern Australia', Ecological Management and Restoration, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 32-38pp.
  • Michael, D, Florance, D, Crane, M et al 2018, 'Barking up the right tree: Comparative use of arboreal and terrestrial artificial refuges to survey reptiles in temperate eucalypt woodlands', Wildlife Research, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 185-192.
  • Mirtl, M, T Borer, E, Djukic, I et al 2018, 'Genesis, goals and achievements of Long-Term Ecological Research at the global scale: A critical review of ILTER and future directions', Science of the Total Environment, vol. 626, pp. 1439-1462pp.
  • Ng, K, Barton, P, Blanchard, W et al 2018, 'Disentangling the effects of farmland use, habitat edges, and vegetation structure on ground beetle morphological traits', Oecologia, vol. Online, pp. 1-13.
  • Ng, K, Barton, P, Macfadyen, S et al 2018, 'Beetle responses to edges in fragmented landscapes are driven by adjacent farmland use, season and cross-habitat movement', Landscape Ecology, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 109-125.
  • Ng, K, McIntyre, S, Macfadyen, S et al 2018, 'Dynamic effects of ground-layer plant communities on beetles in a fragmented farming landscape', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 27, no. 9, pp. 2131-2153.
  • O'Loughlin, T, O'Loughlin, L, Michael, D et al 2017, 'The importance of travelling stock reserves for maintaining high-quality threatened temperate woodlands', Australian Journal of Botany, vol. 65, no. 7, pp. 507-516pp.
  • Pierson, J, Graves, A, Banks, S et al 2018, 'Relationship between effective and demographic population size in continuously distributed populations', Evolutionary Applications, vol. 11, no. 7, pp. 1162-1175.
  • Piggott, M, Banks, S, MacGregor, C et al 2018, 'Population genetic patterns in an irruptive species, the long-nosed bandicoot (Perameles nasuta)', Conservation Genetics, pp. 1-9.
  • Pulsford, S, Barton, P, Driscoll, D et al 2018, 'Reptiles and frogs use most land cover types as habitat in a fine-grained agricultural landscape', Austral Ecology, vol. 43, no. 5, pp. 502-513.
  • Robinson, N, MacGregor, C, Hradsky, B et al 2018, 'Bandicoots return to Booderee: Initial survival, dispersal, home range and habitat preferences of reintroduced southern brown bandicoots (eastern sub species; Isoodon obesulus obesulus)', Wildlife Research, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 132-142.
  • Tian, H, Lindenmayer, DB, Wong, GTW, Mao, Z, Huang, Y & Xue, X 2018, 'A methodological framework for coastal development assessment: A case study of Fujian Province, China', Science of the Total Environment, vol. 615, pp. 572-580.
  • Tulloch, A, Chades, I & Lindenmayer, D 2018, 'Species co-occurrence analysis predicts management outcomes for multiple threats', Nature Ecology & Evolution, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 465-474.
  • Tulloch, A, McDonald, J, Cosier, P et al 2018, 'Using ideal distributions of the time since habitat was disturbed to build metrics for evaluating landscape condition', Ecological Applications, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 709-720.
  • Von Takach Dukai, B, Lindenmayer, D & Banks, S 2018, 'Environmental influences on growth and reproductive maturation of a keystone forest tree: Implications for obligate seeder susceptibility to frequent fire', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 411, pp. 108-119pp.
  • Watson, J, Evans, T, Venter, O et al 2018, 'The exceptional value of intact forest ecosystems', Nature Ecology & Evolution, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 599-610.
  • Westgate, M, Haddaway, N, Cheng, S et al 2018, 'Software support for environmental evidence synthesis', Nature Ecology & Evolution, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 588-590pp.
  • Westgate, M, MacGregor, C, Scheele, B et al 2018, 'Effects of time since fire on frog occurrence are altered by isolation, vegetation and fire frequency gradients', Diversity and Distributions, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 82-91.
  • Yong, D, Barton, P, Ikin, K et al 2018, 'Cross-taxonomic surrogates for biodiversity conservation in human-modified landscapes - A multi-taxa approach', Biological Conservation, vol. 224, pp. 336-346pp.
  • Azhar, B, Saadun, N, Prideaux, M et al 2017, 'The global palm oil sector must change to save biodiversity and improve food security in the tropics', Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 203, no. Pt 1, pp. 457-466pp..
  • Adila, N, Sasidhran, S, Kamarudin, N et al 2017, 'Effects of peat swamp logging and agricultural expansion on species richness of native mammals in Peninsular Malaysia', Basic and Applied Ecology, vol. 22, pp. 1-10pp..
  • Asmah, S, Ghazali, A, Syafiq, M et al. 2017. Effects of polyculture and monoculture farming in oil palm smallholdings on tropical fruit-feeding butterfly diversity', Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 19, 70-90.
  • Blair, D, Blanchard, W, Banks, S et al 2017, 'Non-linear growth in tree ferns, Dicksonia antarctica and Cyathea australis', PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science), vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 1-15.
  • Crane, M, Lindenmayer, D & Banks, S 2017, 'Conserving and restoring endangered southern populations of the Squirrel Glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) in agricultural landscapes', Ecological Management and Restoration, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 15-25.
  • Cunningham, R & Lindenmayer, D 2017, 'Approaches to Landscape Scale Inference and Study Design', Current Landscape Ecology Reports, vol. 2, pp. 42-50.
  • Foster, C, Barton, P, MacGregor, C et al 2017, 'Effects of fire regime on plant species richness and composition differ among forest,woodland and heath vegetation', Applied Vegetation Science, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 132-143.
  • Foster, C, Barton, P, Robinson, N et al 2017, 'Effects of a large wildfire on vegetation structure in a variable fire mosaic', Ecological Applications, vol. 27, no. 8, pp. 2369-2381pp.
  • Hunter, M, Acuna, V, Bauer, D et al 2017, 'Conserving small natural features with large ecological roles: A synthetic overview', Biological Conservation, 211, pp. 88-95
  • Kay, G, Mortelliti, A, Tulloch, A et al 2017, 'Effects of past and present livestock grazing on herpetofauna in a landscape-scale experiment', Conservation Biology, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 446-458.
  • Keith, H, Vardon, M, Stein, J et al 2017, 'Ecosystem accounts define explicit and spatial trade-offs for managing natural resources', Nature Ecology & Evolution, vol. 1, no. 11, pp. 1683-1692.
  • Leverkus, A, Jaramillo-Lopez, P, Brower, L et al 2017, 'Mexico's logging threatens butterflies', Science, vol. 358, no. 6366, p. 1008.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2017, 'Save Australia's ecological research', Science, vol. 357, no. 6351, pp. 557-557.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2017, 'Halting natural resource depletion: Engaging with economic and political power', The Economic and Labour Relations Review, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 41-56.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Blanchard, W, Blair, D et al 2017, 'Relationships between tree size and occupancy by cavity-dependent arboreal marsupials', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 391, pp. 221-229.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Crane, M, Evans, M et al 2017, 'The anatomy of a failed offset', Biological Conservation, vol. 210, no. -, pp. 286-292.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Ehmke, G & Scheele, B 2017, 'Publish openly but responsibly--Response', Science, vol. 357, no. 6347, pp. 142pp..
  • Lindenmayer, D & Scheele, B 2017, 'Do not publish', Science, vol. 356, no. 6340, pp. 800-801.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Thorn, S & Banks, S 2017, 'Please do not disturb ecosystems further', Nature Ecology & Evolution, vol. 1, no. 31, pp. 3.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Woinarski, J, Legge, S et al 2017, 'Staving off extinction - more than luck and fate', Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol. 15, no. 8, pp. 429-430pp.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Wood, J, MacGregor, C et al 2017, 'Non-target impacts of weed control on birds, mammals, and reptiles', Ecosphere, vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 19.
  • Ng, K, Driscoll, D, Macfadyen, S et al 2017, 'Contrasting beetle assemblage responses to cultivated farmlands and native woodlands in a dynamic agricultural landscape', Ecosphere, vol. 8, no. 12, pp. 1-17pp.
  • Okada, S, Lindenmayer, D, Wood, J et al 2017, 'How does a transforming landscape influence bird breeding success?', Landscape Ecology, vol. 32, no. 5, pp. 1039-1048.
  • Prevedello, J, Almeida-Gomes, M & Lindenmayer, D 2017, 'The importance of scattered trees for biodiversity conservation: a global meta- analysis', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. Online, pp. 10pp..
  • Pulsford, S, Driscoll, D, Barton, P et al 2017, 'Remnant vegetation, plantings, and fences are beneficial for reptiles in agricultural landscapes', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 54, no. 6, pp. 1710-1719pp.
  • Pulsford, S, Driscoll, D, Barton, P et al 2017, 'Remnant vegetation, plantings and fences are beneficial for reptiles in agricultural landscapes', Journal of Applied Ecology, doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12923.
  • Pulsford, S, Lindenmayer, D & Driscoll, D 2017, 'Reptiles and frogs conform to multiple conceptual landscape models in an agricultural landscape', Diversity and Distributions, vol. 23, no. 12, pp. 1408-1422.
  • Sato, C & Lindenmayer, D 2017, 'Meeting the Global Ecosystem Collapse Challenge', Conservation Letters.
  • Scheele, B, Foster, C, Banks, S et al 2017, 'Niche Contractions in Declining Species: Mechanisms and Consequences', Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 32, no. 5, pp. 346-355.
  • Thorn, S, Bassler, C, Brandl, R et al 2017, 'Impacts of salvage logging on biodiversity: A meta-analysis', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. Online, pp. 11pp..
  • Taylor, C, Cadenhead, N, Lindenmayer, D et al 2017, 'Improving the design of a conservation reserve for a critically endangered species', PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science), vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 1-14.
  • Villasenor, N, Driscoll, D, Gibbons, P et al 2017, 'The relative importance of aquatic and terrestrial variables for frogs in an urbanizing landscape: Key insights for sustainable urban development', Landscape and Urban Planning, vol. 157, pp. 26-35.
  • Westgate, M & Lindenmayer, D 2017, 'The difficulties of systematic reviews', Conservation Biology, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 1002-1007.
  • Woinarski, J, Garnett, S, Legge, S et al 2017, 'The contribution of policy, law, management, research, and advocacy failings to the recent extinctions of three Australian vertebrate species', Conservation Biology, 31, 13-23.
  • Woinarski, J, Garnett, S, Lindenmayer, D et al 2017, Green probe: Learning from loss
    , pp. 22-24.
  • Zentelis, R, Banks, S, Roberts, J, Lindenmayer, D and Dovers, S, 2017, 'Managing military training-related environmental disturbance', Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 204, pp. 486-493pp.
  • Zentelis, R, Lindenmayer, D, Roberts, J et al 2017, 'Principles for integrated environmental management of military training areas', Land Use Policy, vol. 63, pp. 186-195.
  • Zentelis, R, Lindenmayer, D, Roberts, J et al 2017, 'Towards integrated management of Australia's ecologically significant military training areas', Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 25, no. 240, pp. 193-211pp.
  • Banks, S.C., McBurney, L., Blair, D., Davies, I.D. and Lindenmayer, D.B., 2016. Where do animals come from during post-fire population recovery? Implications for ecological and genetic patterns in post-fire landscapes. Ecography, doi:1111/ecog.02251.
  • Barton, P, Sato, C, Kay, G et al 2016, 'Effects of environmental variation and livestock grazing on ant community structure in temperate eucalypt woodlands', Insect Conservation and Diversity, 9(2), 124-134.
  • Berry, L, Lindenmayer, D, Dennis, T et al 2016, 'Fire severity alters spatio-temporal movements and habitat utilisation by an arboreal marsupial, the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus cunninghami)', International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 25, no. 12, pp. 1291-1302.
  • Blair, D, McBurney, L, Blanchard, W et al 2016, 'Disturbance gradient shows logging affects plant functional groups more than fire', Ecological Applications, 26, 2280-2301.
  • Blyton, M, Shaw, R, Peakall, R et al 2016, 'The role of relatedness in mate choice by an arboreal marsupial in the presence of fine-scale genetic structure', Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70(3), 313-321.
  • Burns, E, Zammit, C, Attwood, S et al 2016, 'The Environmental Stewardship Program: Lessons on creating long-term agri-environment schemes', in Ansell, D., Gibson, F., Salt, D. (ed.), Learning from Agri-Environment Schemes in Australia. Investing in Biodiversity and Other Ecosystem Services on Farms, ANU Press, Canberra, Australia, pp. 33-51.
  • Crane, M, Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R et al 2016, 'The effect of wildfire on scattered trees, 'keystone structures', in agricultural landscapes', Austral Ecology, 42, pp.145-153.
  • Crouzeilles, R, Curran, M, Ferreira, M et al 2016, 'A global meta-analysis on the ecological drivers of forest restoration success', Nature Communications, 7, art. no. 11666.
  • Davies ID, Cary GJ, Landguth EL, Lindenmayer DB, Banks SC. 2016.
    Implications of recurrent disturbance for genetic diversity.
    Ecology and Evolution, 6, 1181-1196.
  • Foster, C, Barton, P, Sato, C et al 2016, 'Herbivory and fire interact to affect forest understory habitat, but not its use by small vertebrates', Animal Conservation, 19, 15-25.
  • Foster, C, Sato, C, Lindenmayer, D et al 2016, 'Integrating theory into disturbance interaction experiments to better inform ecosystem management', Global Change Biology, 22, 1325-1335.
  • Gibbons, P, Evans, M, Maron, M et al 2016, 'A loss-gain calculator for biodiversity offsets and the circumstances in which no net loss is feasible', Conservation Letters, 9, 252-259.
  • Guru, S, Hanigan, I, Nguyen, H et al 2016, 'Development of a cloud-based platform for reproducible science: A case study of an IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Assessment', Ecological Informatics, 36, 221-230.
  • Howland, B, Stojanovic, D, Gordon, I et al 2016, 'Habitat preference of the striped legless lizard: Implications of grazing by native herbivores and livestock for conservation of grassland biota', Austral Ecology, 41(4), 455-464.
  • Howland, B, Stojanovic, D, Gordon, I et al 2016, 'Birds of a feather flock together: Using trait-groups to understand the effect of macropod grazing on birds in grassy habitats', Biological Conservation, 194, 89-99.
  • Hunter, M, Lindenmayer, D & Calhoun, A 2016, Saving the Earth as a Career: Advice on Becoming a Conservation Professional - Second Edition, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., UK.
  • Hunter, M, Westgate, M, Barton, P et al 2016, 'Two roles for ecological surrogacy: Indicator surrogates and management surrogates', Ecological Indicators, 63, 121-125.
  • Ikin, K., Tulloch, A., Gibbons, P., Ansell, D., Seddon, J., and Lindenmayer, D.B. (2016). Evaluating complementary networks of restoration plantings for landscape-scale occurrence of temporally dynamic species. Conservation Biology, 30, 1027-1037.
  • Ikin, K., Yong, D.L. & Lindenmayer, D.B. (2016). Effectiveness of woodland birds as taxonomic surrogates in conservation planning for biodiversity on farms. Biological Conservation, 204, Part B, 411-416.
  • Kay, G, Barton, P, Driscoll, D et al 2016, Incorporating regional-scale ecological knowledge to improve the effectiveness of large-scale conservation programmes. Animal Conservation, 19, 515-525.
  • Kay, G, Barton, P, Driscoll, D et al 2016, 'Incorporating regional-scale ecological knowledge to improve the effectiveness of large-scale conservation programmes', Animal Conservation, 19, 515-525.
  • Kay, G, Driscoll, D, Lindenmayer, D et al 2016, 'Pasture height and crop direction influence reptile movement in an agricultural matrix', Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, vol. 235, pp. 164-171.
  • Kay, G, Mortelliti, A, Tulloch, A et al 2017, 'Effects of past and present livestock grazing on herpetofauna in a landscape-scale experiment', Conservation Biology, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 446-458.
  • Le Roux, D.S., Ikin, K., Lindenmayer, D.B., Bistricer, G., Manning, A.D. & Gibbons, P. (2016). Effects of entrance size, tree size and landscape context on nest box occupancy: Considerations for management and biodiversity offsets. Forest Ecology and Management, 366, 135-142.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2016, 'Short-sighted to cut environment posts', Nature, 531, 305.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2016, 'Conservation: thrive on slings and arrows', Nature, vol. 540, no. 7631, pp. 38-39.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2016, 'Book Review - The New Wild. Why Invasive Species Will Be Nature's Salvation', Austral Ecology, vol. 41, no. 6, pp. e14-e15.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2016, 'Conserving large old trees as small natural features', Biological Conservation, 211, pp. 51-59.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2016, 'The importance of managing and conserving large old trees: a case study from Victorian Mountain Ash forests', Proceedings of The Royal Society of Victoria, 128(1), 64-70.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2016, 'Interactions between forest resource management and landscape structure', Current Landscape Ecology Reports, 1(1), 10-18.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Blanchard, W, Blair, D et al 2016, 'Environmental and human drivers influencing large old tree abundance in Australian wet forests', Forest Ecology and Management, 372, 226-235.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Blanchard, W, MacGregor, C et al 2016, 'Temporal trends in mammal responses to fire reveals the complex effects of fire regime attributes', Ecological Applications, 26(2), 557-573.
  • Lindenmayer, D.B., Candy, S.G., Banks, S.C., Westgate, M., Ikin, K., Pierson, J., Tulloch, A. & Barton, P. (2016). Do temporal changes in vegetation structure predict changes in bird occurrence additional to time since fire? Ecological Applications, 26, 2267-2279
  • Lindenmayer, D.B., Lane, P.W., Barton, P.S., Crane, M., Ikin, K., Michael, D. & Okada, S. (2016). Long-term bird colonization and turnover in restored woodlands. Biodiversity and Conservation, 25, 1587-1603.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Laurance, W 2016, 'The ecology, distribution, conservation and management of large old trees', Biological Reviews, vol. 92, iss. 3, pp. 1434-1458.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Laurance, W 2016, 'The unique challenges of conserving large old trees', Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 31(6), 416-418.
  • Lindenmayer, D, MacGregor, C, Wood, J et al 2016, 'Bombs, fire and biodiversity: Vertebrate fauna occurrence in areas subject to military training', Biological Conservation, vol. 204, no. 1, pp. 276-283.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Messier, C & Sato, C 2016, 'Avoiding ecosystem collapse in managed forest ecosystems', Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol. 14, no. 10, pp. 561-568.
  • Lindenmayer, D., Michael, D., Crane, M., Okada, S., Florance, D., Barton, P.S. & Ikin, K. (2016). Wildlife Conservation in Farm Landscapes. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Mortelliti, A, Ikin, K et al 2016, 'The vacant planting: limited influence of habitat restoration on patch colonization patterns by arboreal marsupials in south-eastern Australia', Animal Conservation, 20, pp. 294-304.
  • McAlpine, C, Catterall, C, Mac Nally, R et al 2016, 'Integrating plant- and animal-based perspectives for more effective restoration of biodiversity', Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 37-45.
  • Macintosh, A, Keith, H & Lindenmayer, D 2016, 'Reply to 'Policy institutions and forest carbon'', Nature Climate Change, 5, 805-806.
  • Michael*, D.R., Ikin*, K., Crane, M., Okada, S. & Lindenmayer, D.B. (2016). Scale-dependent occupancy patterns in reptiles across topographically different landscapes. Ecography, 40, pp. 415-424. *Joint first authors
  • Michael, D, Wood, J, O'Loughlin, T et al 2016, 'Influence of land sharing and land sparing strategies on patterns of vegetation and terrestrial vertebrate richness and occurrence in Australian endangered eucalypt woodlands', Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 227, 24-32.
  • Mortelliti, A., Ikin, K., Tulloch, A., Cunningham, R., Stein, J. & Lindenmayer, D. (2016). Surviving with a resident despot: do revegetated patches act as refuges from the effects of the noisy miner (Manorina melanocephala) in a highly fragmented landscape? Diversity & Distributions, 22, 770-782.
  • Pereoglou, F, MacGregor, C, Banks, S et al. 2016. Landscape, fire and habitat: which features of recently burned heathland influence site occupancy of an early successional specialist?. Landscape Ecology, 31, 255-269.
  • Pierson, J, Mortelliti, A, Barton, P et al. 2016. Evaluating the effectiveness of overstory cover as a surrogate for bird community diversity and population trends. Ecological Indicators, 61, 790-798.
  • Pulsford, S, Lindenmayer, D & Driscoll, D. 2016. A succession of theories: purging redundancy from disturbance theory. Biological Reviews, 91, 148-167.
  • Sato, C, Wood, J, Stein, J et al 2016, 'Natural tree regeneration in agricultural landscapes: The implications of intensification', Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, vol. 230, pp. 98-104.
  • Smith, A, Blanchard, W, Blair, D et al 2016, 'The dynamic regeneration niche of a forest following a rare disturbance event', Diversity and Distributions, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 457-467.
  • Thorn, S, Bassler, C, Bässler, H et al 2016, 'Bark-scratching of storm-felled trees preserves biodiversity at lower economic costs compared to debarking', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 364, pp. 10-16.
  • Todd, C, Lindenmayer, D, Stamation, K et al 2016, 'Assessing reserve effectiveness: Application to a threatened species in a dynamic fire prone forest landscape', Ecological Modelling, vol. 338, pp. 90-100.
  • Tulloch, A, Chades, I, Dujardin, Y et al 2016, 'Dynamic species co-occurrence networks require dynamic biodiversity surrogates', Ecography, 39, 1185-1196.
  • Tulloch, A, Mortelliti, A, Kay, G et al 2016, 'Using empirical models of species colonization under multiple threatening processes to identify complementary threat-mitigation strategies', Conservation Biology, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 867-882.
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  • Driscoll, D & Lindenmayer, D 2010, 'Assembly rules are rare in SE Australian bird communities, but sometimes apply in fragmented agricultural landscapes', Ecography, vol. 33, no. 5, pp. 854-865.
  • Driscoll DA, Lindenmayer DB, Bennett AF, Bode M, Bradstock RA, Cary GJ, et al. 2010. Fire management for biodiversity conservation: Key research questions and our capacity to answer them. Biological Conservation, 143: 1928-1939.
  • Driscoll DA, Lindenmayer DB, Bennett AF, Bode M, Bradstock RA, Cary GJ, et al. 2010.Resolving conflicts in fire management using decision theory: asset-protection versus biodiversity conservation. Conservation Letters, 3: 215-223.
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  • Gibbons, P, McElhinny, C & Lindenmayer, D 2010, 'What strategies are effective for perpetuating structures provided by old trees in harvested forests? A case study on trees with hollows in south-eastern Australia', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 260, no. 6, pp. 975-982.
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  • Lindenmayer, D 2010, 'Landscape change and the science of biodiversity conservation in tropical forests: A view from the temperate world', Biological Conservation, vol. 143, no. 10, pp. 2405-2411.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Bennett, A & Hobbs, R, eds, 2010, Temperate Woodland Conservation and Management, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Australia.
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  • Lindenmayer, D & Likens, G 2010, Effective Ecological Monitoring, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne Australia.
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  • Lindenmayer, D, McBurney, L, Banks, S et al 2010, Forest Phoenix: How a great forest recovers after wildfire, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne Australia.
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  • Michael, D, Cunningham, R & Lindenmayer, D 2010, 'The social elite: Habitat heterogeneity, complexity and quality in granite inselbergs influence patterns of aggregation in Egernia striolata (Lygosominae: Scincidae)', Austral Ecology, vol. 35, pp. 862-870.
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  • Michael, D, Lindenmayer, D & Cunningham, R 2010, 'Managing rock outcrops to improve biodiversity conservation in Australian agricultural landscapes', Ecological Management and Restoration, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 43-50.
  • Stagoll, K., Manning, A.D., Knight, E., Fischer, J. & Lindenmayer, D.B. (2010). Using bird-habitat relationships to inform urban planning. Landscape and Urban Planning, 98, 13-25.
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  • Franklin, J & Lindenmayer, D 2009, 'Importance of matrix habitats in maintaining biological diversity', PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 106, no. 2, pp. 349-350.
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  • Lindenmayer, D 2009, Forest Pattern and Ecological Process: A Synthesis of 25 Years of Research, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne Australia.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2009, 'Forest Wildlife Management and Conservation', Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 1162, pp. 284-310.
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  • Lindenmayer, D, MacGregor, C, Wood, J et al 2009, 'What factors influence rapid post-fire site re-occupancy? A case study of the endangered Eastern Bristlebird in eastern Australia', International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 18, pp. 84-95.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Welsh, A, Donnelly, C et al 2009, 'Are nest boxes a viable alternative source of cavities for hollow-dependent animals? Long-term monitoring of nest box occupancy, pest use and attrition', Biological Conservation, vol. 142, no. 1, pp. 33-42.
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  • Moore, S, Wallington, T, Hobbs, R et al 2009, 'Diversity in Current Ecological Thinking: Implications for Environmental Management', Environmental Management (New York), vol. 43, pp. 17-27.
  • Morton, S, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Lindenmayer, D et al 2009, 'The Big Ecological Questions Inhibiting Effective Environment Management in Australia', Austral Ecology, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 1-9.
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  • Pharo, E & Lindenmayer, D 2009, 'Biological legacies soften pine plantation effects for bryophytes', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 18, pp. 1751-1764.
  • Steffen, W, Burbridge, A, Hughes, L et al 2009, Australia's Biodiversity and Climate Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne Australia.
  • Werner, P, Steffen, W, Burbidge, A et al 2009, 'Ecological principles underpin a national approach to biodiversity conservation under climate change in Australia', ESA Annual Meeting, Conference Organising Committee, USA.
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  • Felton, A, Felton, A & Lindenmayer, D 2008, 'The display of a Reddish Hermit (Phaethornis ruber) in a Lowland Rainforest, Bolivia', The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, vol. 120, no. 1, p. 4.
  • Felton, A, Felton, A, Wood, J et al 2008, 'Diet and Feeding Ecology of Ateles chamek in a Bolivian Semi-humid Forest: The Importance of Ficus as a Staple Food Resource', International Journal of Primatology, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 379-403.
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  • Fischer, J, Brosi, B, Daily, G et al 2008, 'Should agricultural policies encourage land sparing or wildlife-friendly farming?', Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol. 6, pp. 380-385.
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  • Lindenmayer, D, MacGregor, C, Welsh, A et al 2008, 'The use of hollows and dreys by the common ringtail possum (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) in different vegetation types', Australian Journal of Zoology, vol. 56, pp. 1-11.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Wood, J, Cunningham, R et al 2008, 'Testing hypotheses associated with bird responses to wildfire', Ecological Applications, vol. 18, no. 8, pp. 1967-1983.
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  • Mackey, B, Keith, H, Berry, S et al 2008, Green Carbon: the role of natural forests in carbon storage. Part 1, A green carbon account of Australia's south-eastern Eucalypt forest, and policy implications, ANU ePress, Canberra Australia.
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  • Michael, D & Lindenmayer, D 2008, 'Records of the inland Carpet Python, Morelia spilota metcalfei (Serpentes: Pythonidae), from the South-western Slopes of New South Wales', Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, vol. 129, no. 1, pp. 253-262.
  • Michael, D, Montague-Drake, R & Lindenmayer, D 2008, 'A herpetofauna survey of the VISY pulp and paper mill property, Glimore, NSW', Herpetofauna, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 116-122.
  • Spring, D, Kennedy, J, Lindenmayer, D et al 2008, 'Optimal management of a flammable multi-stand forest for timber production and maintenance of nesting sites for wildlife', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 255, no. 11, pp. 3857-3865.
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  • Felton, A, Hennessey, B, Felton, A et al 2007, 'Birds surveyed in the harvested and unharvested areas of a reduced-impact logged forestry concession, located in the lowland subtropical humid forests of the Department of Santa Cruz Bolivia', Check List, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 43-50.
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  • Munro, N, Lindenmayer, D & Fischer, J 2007, 'Faunal response to revegetation in agricultural areas of Australia: A Review', Ecological Management and Restoration, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 199-207.
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  • Burgmann, M, Lindenmayer, D & Elith, J 2005, 'Managing landscapes for conservation under uncertainty', Ecology, vol. 86, no. 8, pp. 2007-17.
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  • Grafton, R, Kompas, T & Lindenmayer, D 2005, 'Marine reserves with ecological uncertainty', Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, vol. 67, pp. 957-971.
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  • Banks, S, Finlayson, G, Lawson, S et al 2005, 'The effects of habitat fragmentation due to forestry plantation establishment on the demography and genetic variation of a marsupial carnivore, Antechinus agilis', Biological Conservation, vol. 2005, no. 122, pp. 581-597.
  • Hazell, D, Heinsohn, R & Lindenmayer, D 2005, 'Ecology', in R.Q.Grafton, L.Robin & RJ Wasson (ed.), Understanding the environment: bridging the disciplinary divides, UNSW Press, Sydney, pp. 97-112.
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  • Gilna, B, Lindenmayer, D & Viggers, K 2005, 'Dangers of New Zealand Possum Biocontrol Research to Endogenous Australian Fauna', Conservation Biology, vol. 19, no. 6, pp. 2030-2032.
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  • Dovers S, Cary G, Lindenmayer D (2004) Fire research and policy priorities: insights from the 2003 national fire forum. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 19, 76-84.
  • Manning, A, Lindenmayer, D & Barry, S 2004, 'The conservation implications of bird reproduction in the agricultural `matrix: a case study of the vulnerable Superb Parrot (Polytelis swainsonii) of south-eastern Australia', Biological Conservation, vol. 120, no. 3, pp. 363-374.
  • Belovsky, G, Botkin, D, Crowl, T et al 2004, 'Ten suggestions to strengthen the science of ecology', BioScience, vol. 54, no. 4, pp. 345-351.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Gibbs, A 2004, 'On charcoal, the increased intensity of logging and a flawed Environmental Assessment process', in Daniel Lunney (ed.), Conservation of Australia's Forest Fauna (2nd ed), Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Sydney Australia, pp. 56-62.
  • Pharo, E, Lindenmayer, D & Taws, N 2004, 'The effects of large-scale fragmentation on bryophytes in temperate forests', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 41, pp. 910-921.
  • Viggers, K & Lindenmayer, D 2004, 'A review of the biology of the short-eared possum Trichosurus caninus and the mountain brushtail possum Trichosurus cunninghamii', in Ross L. Goldingay and Stephen M. Jackson (ed.), The Biology of Australian Possums and Gliders, Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton, NSW, pp. 490-505.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Hobbs, R 2004, 'Fauna conservation in Australian plantation forests - a review', Biological Conservation, vol. 119, pp. 151-168.
  • Tubelis, D, Lindenmayer, D & Cowling, A 2004, 'Novel patch-matrix interactions: patch width influences matrix use by birds', Oikos, vol. 107, pp. 634-644.
  • Pope, M, Lindenmayer, D & Cunningham, R 2004, 'Patch use by the greater glider (Petauroides volans) in a fragmented forest ecosystem. I. Home range size and movements', Wildlife Research, vol. 31, pp. 559-568.
  • Salt, D, Lindenmayer, D & Hobbs, R 2004, Trees and biodiversity: A guide for farm forestry, Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation, Canberra.
  • Fischer, J, Lindenmayer, D & Cowling, A 2004, 'The challenge of managing multiple species at multiple scales: reptiles in an Australian grazing landscape', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 32-44.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Franklin, J, Angelstam, P et al 2004, 'The Victorian Forestry Roundtable Meeting: a discussion of transitions to sustainability in Victorian Forests', Australian Forestry, vol. 67, no. 1, pp. 1-5.
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  • Fischer, J, Lindenmayer, D & Fazey, I 2004, 'Appreciating ecological complexity: Habitat contours as a conceptual landscape model', Conservation Biology, vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 1245-1253.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Pope, M & Cunningham, R 2004, 'Patch use by the greater glider (Petauroides volans) in a fragmented forest ecosystem. II. Characteristics of den trees and preliminary data on den-use patterns', Wildlife Research, vol. 31, pp. 569-577.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R & Lindenmayer, B 2004, 'Sound recording of bird vocalisations in forests. II. Longitudinal profiles in vocal activity', Wildlife Research, vol. 31, pp. 209-217.
  • Cunningham, R, Pope, M & Lindenmayer, D 2004, 'Patch use by the greater glider (Petauroides volans) in a fragmented forest ecosystem. III. Night-time use of trees', Wildlife Research, vol. 31, pp. 579-585.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Franklin, J & Foster, D 2004, 'Salvage harvesting fire-damaged wet eucalypt forests: some ecological perspectives', Australian Forestry, vol. 67, no. 2, pp. 131-136.
  • Parris, K & Lindenmayer, D 2004, 'Evidence that creation of a Pinus radiate plantation in south-eastern Australia has reduced habitat for frogs', Acta Oecologica, vol. 25, pp. 93-101.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Foster, D, Franklin, J et al 2004, 'Salvage harvesting policies after natural disturbance', Science, vol. 303, p. 1303.
  • Manning, A, Lindenmayer, D & Nix, H 2004, 'Continua and umwelt: novel perspectives on viewing landscapes', Oikos, vol. 104, no. 3, pp. 621-627.
  • Cunningham, R, Lindenmayer, D & Lindenmayer, B 2004, Sound recording of bird vocalisations in forests. I. Relationships between bird vocalisations and point interval counts of bird numbers: a case study in statistical modeling. Wildlife Research, vol. 31, pp. 195-207.
  • Fazey, I, Salisbury, J, Lindenmayer, D et al 2004, 'Can methods applied in medicine be used to summarize and disseminate conservation research?', Environmental Conservation, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 190-198.
  • Hazell, D, Hero, J, Lindenmayer, D et al 2004, 'A comparison of constructed and natural habitat for frog conservation in an Australian agricultural landscape', Biological Conservation, vol. 119, pp. 61-71.
  • Heinsohn, R, Lacy, R, Lindenmayer, D et al 2004, 'Unsustainable harvest of dugongs in Torres Strait and Cape York (Australia) waters: two case studies using population viability analysis', Animal Conservation, vol. 7, pp. 1-9.
  • Henle, K, Lindenmayer, D, Margules, C et al 2004, 'Species survial in fragmented landscapes: where are we now?', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 13, pp. 1-8.
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  • Cary G, Lindenmayer D & Dovers S, eds. (2003) Australia Burning: Fire Ecology, Policy and Management Issues, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
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  • Kearney, M, Moussalli, A, Strasburg, J, Lindenmayer, DB, and Moritz, C. 2003. 'Geographic parthenogenesis in the Australian arid zone: I. A climatic analysis of the Heteronotia binoei complex (Gekkonidae)', Evolutionary Ecology Research, vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 953-976.
  • Lindenmayer, D, MacGregor, C, Cunningham, R et al 2003, 'The use of nest boxes by arboreal marsupials in the forests of the Central Highlands of Victoria', Wildlife Research, vol. 30, pp. 259-264.
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  • Lindenmayer, D & Taylor, A 2003, 'Ghosts of gliders past', Nature Australia, vol. 27, no. 8, pp. 30-37.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Cunningham, R 2003, 'Playing possum', Nature Australia, vol. 27, no. 10, pp. 27-33.
  • Cary G, Lindenmayer D & Dovers S. 2003 Research and policy priorities: A synthesis. In: Cary, G., Lindenmayer, D., and Dovers, S. (ed.), Australia Burning: Fire Ecology, Policy and Management Issues, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 252-265.
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  • Lindenmayer, D, Claridge, A, Hazell, D et al 2003, Wildlife on farms: How to conserve native animals, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Hobbs, R & Salt, D 2003, 'Plantation forests and biodiversity conservation', Australian Forestry, vol. 66, pp. 62-66.
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  • Hazell, D, Osborne, W & Lindenmayer, D 2003, 'Impact of post-European stream change on frog habitat: Southeastern Australia', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 12, pp. 301-320.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2003, 'Fire behaviour, forest management and biodiversity conservation', in Cary, G., Lindenmayer, D., and Dovers, S. (ed.), Australia burning: fire ecology, policy and management issues, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 82-88.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2003, 'Integrating wildlife conservation and wood production in Victorian montane ash forests.', in Lindenmayer, D., and Franklin, J. (ed.), Towards Forest Sustainability, Island Press, Washington DC, pp. 47-72.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Fischer, J 2003, 'Sound science or social hook - a response to Brookers application of the focal species approach', Landscape and Urban Planning, vol. 62, no. 3, pp. 149-158.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Franklin, J 2003, 'Transitions to ecological sustainability in forests � a synthesis', in Lindenmayer, D., and Franklin, J. (ed.), Towards Forest Sustainability, Island Press, Washington DC, pp. 205-213.
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  • Peakall, R, Ruibal, M & Lindenmayer, D 2003, 'Spatial autocorrelation analysis offers new insights into gene flow in the Australian bush rat, Rattus fuscipes', Evolution, vol. 57, no. 5, pp. 1182-1195.
  • Svendrup-Thyseon, A & Lindenmayer, D 2003, 'Ecological continuity and assumed indicator fungi in boreal forest: the importance of the landscape matrix', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 174, pp. 353-363.
  • Fischer, J & Lindenmayer, D 2002, 'The conservation value of paddock trees for birds in a variegated landscape in southern New South Wales. 1. Species composition and site occupancy patterns', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 11, pp. 807-832.
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  • Fischer, J & Lindenmayer, D 2002, 'Treating the nestedness temperature calculator as a black box can lead to false conclusions', Oikos, vol. 99, no. 1, pp. 193-199.
  • Fischer, J & Lindenmayer, D 2002, 'Small patches can be valuable for biodiversity conservation: two case studies on birds in southeastern Australia', Biological Conservation, vol. 106, pp. 129-136.
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  • Viggers, K & Lindenmayer, D 2002, 'Problems with keeping native Australian mammals as companion animals', A Zoological Revolution, ed. Lunney, D. and C. Dickman, Royal Zoological Society of NSW and Australian Museum, Sydney, pp. 130-151.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2002, Gliders of Australia: a natural history, UNSW Press, Sydney, Australia.
  • Franklin, J, Spies, T, Van Pelt, R et al 2002, 'Disturbances and structural development of natural forest ecosystems with silvicultural implications, using Douglas-fir forests as an example', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 155, pp. 399-423.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Claridge, A, Gilmore, A et al 2002, 'The ecological role of logs in Australian forests and the potential impacts of harvesting intensification on log-using biota', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 8, pp. 121-140.
  • Lindenmayer, D & McCarthy, M 2002, 'Congruence between natural and human forest disturbance: a case study from Australian montane ash forest', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 155, pp. 319-335.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R, Donnelly, C et al 2002, 'Effects of forest fragmentation on bird assemblages in a novel landscape context', Ecological Monographs, vol. 72, no. 1, pp. 1-18.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Franklin, J 2002, Conserving forest biodivesity: a comprehensive multiscaled approach, Island Press, Washington.
  • McAlpine, C, Lindenmayer, D, Eyre, T et al 2002, 'Landscape surrogates of forest fragmentation: synthesis of Australian Montreal Process case studies', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 8, pp. 108-120.
  • Mackey, B, Lindenmayer, D, Gill, M et al 2002, Wildlife, fire and future climate: A Forest Ecosystem Analysis, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
  • Lindenmayer, D, MacGregor, C & Gibbs, A 2002, 'Comment: Economics of a nest-box program of an endangered species, a reappraisal', Canadian Journal of Forest Research, vol. 32, no. 12, pp. 2244-2247.
  • Gibbons, P & Lindenmayer, D 2002, Tree hollows and wildlife conservation in Australia, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Vic.
  • Gibbons, P, Lindenmayer, D, Barry, S et al 2002, 'Hollow selection by vertebrate fauna in forests of southern Australia and implications for forest management', Biological Conservation, vol. 103, pp. 1-12.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Dubach, J & Viggers, K 2002, 'Geographic dimorphism in the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus caninus): the case for a new species', Australian Journal of Zoology, vol. 50, pp. 369-393.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R, Donnelly, C et al 2002, 'On the use of landscape surrogates as ecological indicators in fragmented forests', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 159, no. 3, pp. 203-216.
  • Mackey, B & Lindenmayer, D 2001, 'Towards a hierarchical framework for modelling the spatial distribution of animals', Journal of Biogeography, vol. 28, pp. 1147-1166.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R, MacGregor, C et al 2001, 'A prospective longitudinal study of landscape matrix effects on fauna in woodland remnants: experimental design and baseline data', Biological Conservation, vol. 101, no. 2, pp. 157-169.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Broome, L 2001, 'Ringtails, Pygmy Possums and Gliders', in D.Macdonald (ed.), Encyclopedia of Mammals, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 834-839.
  • Possingham, H, Lindenmayer, D & McCarthy, M 2001, 'Population Viability Analysis', in Levin SA (ed.), Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 831-843.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Ball, I, Possingham, H et al 2001, 'A landscape-scale test of the predictive ability of a spatially explicit model for population viability analysis', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 38, pp. 36-48.
  • McCarthy, M, Lindenmayer, D & Possingham, H 2001, 'Assessing spatial PVA models of arboreal marsupials using significance tests and Bayesian statistics', Biological Conservation, vol. 18, pp. 191-200.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Lacy, R 2001, 'Small mammals, habitat patches and PVA models: a field test of model predictive ability', Biological Conservation, vol. 103, pp. 247-265.
  • Hazell, D, Cunningham, R, Lindenmayer, D et al 2001, 'Use of farm dams as frog habitat in an Australian agricultural landscape: factors affecting species richness and distribution', Biological Conservation, vol. 102, pp. 155-169.
  • Lindenmayer, D & McCarthy, M 2001, 'The spatial distribution of non-native plant invaders in a pine-eucalypt mosaic in south-eastern Australia', Biological Conservation, vol. 102, pp. 77-87.
  • Tyre, D, Possingham, H & Lindenmayer, D 2001, 'Inferring process from pattern: can territory occupancy provide information about life history parameters?', Ecological Applications, vol. 11, pp. 1722-1737.
  • Viggers, K & Lindenmayer, D 2001, 'Hematological and plasma biochemical values of the Greater Glider in Australia', Journal of Wildlife Diseases, vol. 37, pp. 370-374.
  • Fischer, J, Lindenmayer, D, Nix, H et al 2001, 'Climate and animal distribution: a climatic analysis of the Australian marsupial Trichosurus caninus', Journal of Biogeography, vol. 28, pp. 293-304.
  • Lindenmayer, D, McCarthy, M, Possingham, H et al 2001, 'A simple landscape-scale test of a spatially explicit population model: patch occupancy in fragmented south-eastern Australian forests', Oikos, vol. 92, pp. 445-458.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R, Donnelly, C et al 2001, 'How effective is spotlighting for detecting the greater glider (Petauroides volans)?', Wildlife Research, vol. 28, pp. 105-109.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Mackey, B, Cunningham, R et al 2000, 'Factors affecting the presence of the cool temperate rain forest tree myrtle beech (Nothofagus cunninghamii) in southern Australia: integrating climatic, terrain and disturbance predictors of distribution patterns', Journal of Biogeography, vol. 27, pp. 1001-1009.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Pope, M, Parris, K et al 2000, 'Habitat fragmentation, landscape context, and mammalian assemblages in southeastern Australia', Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 81, no. 3, pp. 787-797.
  • Gibbons, P, Lindenmayer, D, Barry, S et al 2000, 'Hollow formation in eucalypts from temperate forests in southeastern Australia', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 6, pp. 218-228.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2000, 'Using environmental history and ecological evidence to appraise management regimes in forests', in unknown (ed.), Environmental History and Policy: Still Settling Australia, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 74-96.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2000, 'Guidelines for biodiversity conservation in new and existing softwood plantations', in The Short Report No., 77, 1-4. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation Report.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R, Donnelly, C et al 2000, 'Structural features of old-growth Australian montane Ash forests', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 134, pp. 189-204.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2000, 'Factors at multiple scales affecting distribution patterns and their implications for animal conservation - Leadbeaters Possum as a case study.', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 9, pp. 15-35.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Lacy, R & Pope, M 2000, 'Testing a Simulation Model for Population Viability Analysis', Ecological Applications, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 580-597.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Margules, C & Botkin, D 2000, 'Indicators of biodiversity for ecologically sustainable forest management', Conservation Biology, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 941-950.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R, Pope, M et al 2000, 'Cavity sizes and types in Australian eucalypts from wet and dry forest types', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 137, pp. 139-150.
  • Franklin, J, Lindenmayer, D, MacMahon, J et al 2000, 'Threads of Continuity', Conservation Biology in Practice, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 8-16.
  • Gibbons, P, Lindenmayer, D, Barry, S et al 2000, 'The effects of slash burning on the mortality and collapse of trees retained on logged sites in south-eastern Australia.', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 139, pp. 51-61.
  • Fischer, J & Lindenmayer, D 2000, 'An assessment of the published results of animal relocations', Biological Conservation, vol. 96, pp. 1-11.
  • Lindenmayer, D & McCarthy, M 2000, 'Spatially correlated extinction in a metapopulation model of Leadbeaters Possum.', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 9, pp. 47-63.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Possingham, H & McCarthy, M 2000, 'Testing spatial PVA models of Australian treecreepers (Aves: Climacteridae) in fragmented forest', Ecological Applications, vol. 10, no. 6, pp. 1722-1731.
  • Viggers, K & Lindenmayer, D 2000, 'A population study of the Mountain Brushtail possum (Trichosurus caninus) in the Central Highlands of Victoria', Australian Journal of Zoology, vol. 2000, no. 48, pp. 201-216.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Peakall, R 2000, 'The Tumut experiment - integrating demographic and genetic studies to unravel fragmentation effects: a case study of the native bush rat', in Young, A.G.; Clarke, G.M. (ed.), Genetics, Demography and Viability of Fragmented Populations, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, pp. 173-201.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2000, 'Genetic consequences of habitat fragmentation: unravelling the complexity in native bush rats', Genetics Society of Australia Annual Meeting 2000, Unknown, unknown.
  • Lindenmayer, D 2000, 'The spatial anatomy of two weed invasions', in Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies Working Paper 2000/1. ISBN 0 86740 519 8.
  • Lindenmayer, D & McCarthy, M 1999, 'Incorporating metapopulation dynamics of Greater Gliders into reserve design in disturbed landscapes', Ecology, vol. 80, pp. 651-667.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Lindenmayer, B 1999, 'Quantifying observer heterogeneity in bird counts', Austral Ecology, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 270-277.
  • Lindenmayer, D 1999, 'The response of arboreal Marsupials to landscape context: A large-scale fragmentation study', Ecological Applications, vol. 9, pp. 594-611.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Pope, M & Cunningham, R 1999, 'Roads and nest predation: an experimental study in a modified forest ecosystem', Emu - Austral Ornithology, vol. 99, no. part 2, pp. 148-152.
  • Lindenmayer, D 1999, 'A large-scale experiment to examine the effects of landscape context and habitat fragmentation on mammals', Biological Conservation, vol. 88, pp. 387-403.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Lacy, R, Tyndale-Biscoe, H et al 1999, 'Intergrating demographic and genetic studies of the Greater Glider (Petauroides volans) at Tumut, south-eastern Australia: Setting Hypotheses for future testing', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 5, pp. 2-8.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Pope, M 1999, 'A field-based experiment to examine the response of mammals to landscape context and habitat fragmentation', Biological Conservation, vol. 88, pp. 387-403.
  • Lindenmayer, D 1999, 'Future directions for biodiversity conservation in managed forests: indicator species, impact studies and monitoring programs', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 115, pp. 277-287.
  • Mackey, B, Lesslie, R, Lindenmayer, D et al 1999, 'Wilderness and its place in nature conservation in Australia', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 182-185.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Lacy, R, Tyndale-Biscoe, H et al 1999, 'Integrating demographic and genetic studies of the Greater Glider Petauroides volans in fragmented forests: predicting movement patterns and rates for future testing', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 5, pp. 2-8.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Mackey, B, Mullen, I et al 1999, 'Factors affecting stand structure in forests - are there climatic and topographic determinants?', Forest Ecology and Management, no. 123, pp. 55-63.
  • Lindenmayer, D & McCarthy, M 1999, 'The conservation of arboreal marsupials in the montane ash forests of the Central highlands of Victoira, south-eastern Australia. Landscape analysis of the occurrence of arboreal marsupials in the montane ash forests', Biological Conservation, vol. 89, pp. 83-92.
  • Lindenmayer, D & Incoll, R 1999, 'Attributes of logs in the Mountain Ash forests in south-eastern Australia.', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 123, pp. 195-203.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Pope, M & McCarthy, M 1999, 'Arboreal marsupial incidence in eucalypt patches in south-eastern Australia: A test of Hanskis simple model for metapopulation model.', Oikos, vol. 84, pp. 99-109.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Gill, M & McCarthy, M 1999, 'Fire regimes in mountain ash forests: evidence from forest age structure,extinction models and wildlife habitat.', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 124, pp. 193-203.
  • Cunningham, R, Lindenmayer, D, Nix, H et al 1999, 'Counting birds in forests: a comparison of observers and observation methods', Austral Ecology, vol. 24, pp. 270-277.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Mackey, B, Gill, M et al 1999, 'Stand structure within forest types - are there environmental determinants ?', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 123, pp. 55-63.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Cunningham, R, Pope, M et al 1999, 'The Tumut fragmentation experiment in south-eastern Australia: the effects of landscape context and fragmentation of arboreal marsupials', Ecological Applications, vol. 9, pp. 594-611.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Triggs, B, Incoll, R et al 1999, 'Comparison of hairtubing methods for the detection of mammals.', Wildlife Research, vol. 26, pp. 745-753.
  • Lindenmayer, D, Lacy, R, Pope, M et al 1999, 'Integrating demographic and genetic studies of the Greater Glider (Petauroides volans) at Tumut, south-eastern Australia: Setting hypotheses for future testing.', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 5, pp. 2-8.
  • Lindenmayer, D 1999, 'Some key aspects of biodiversity conservation in managed forests: indicators, logging impacts and monitoring.', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 115, pp. 277-287.
  • Lindenmayer, D 1999, 'Use of nest trees by the Mountain Brushtail Possum (Trichosurus caninus) (Phalangeridae: Marsupialia). V. Synthesis of studies.', Wildlife Research, vol. 25, pp. 627-634.