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Michael Craig
Michael Craig
Senior Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences, Murdoch University and School of Plant Biology, University of Western Aus
E-mail megerősítve itt: murdoch.edu.au
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Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades
MP Perring, RJ Standish, JN Price, MD Craig, TE Erickson, KX Ruthrof, ...
Ecosphere 6 (8), 1-25, 2015
5012015
The database of the PREDICTS (projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
2142017
Contribution of genetics to ecological restoration
JL Mijangos, C Pacioni, PBS Spencer, MD Craig
Molecular Ecology 24 (1), 22-37, 2015
1732015
Bushcricket spermatophores vary in accord with sperm competition and parental investment theory
LW Simmons, M Craig, T Llorens, M Schinzig, D Hosken
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1993
1541993
Sperm competition selects for male mate choice and protandry in the bushcricket, Requena verticalis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)
LW Simmons, T Llorens, M Schinzig, D Hosken, M Craig
Animal Behaviour 47 (1), 117-122, 1994
1121994
Who's for dinner? High‐throughput sequencing reveals bat dietary differentiation in a biodiversity hotspot where prey taxonomy is largely undescribed
JM Burgar, DC Murray, MD Craig, J Haile, J Houston, V Stokes, M Bunce
Molecular Ecology 23 (15), 3605-3617, 2014
922014
Quantifying and addressing the prevalence and bias of study designs in the environmental and social sciences
AP Christie, D Abecasis, M Adjeroud, JC Alonso, T Amano, A Anton, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 6377, 2020
542020
Identifying unidirectional and dynamic habitat filters to faunal recolonisation in restored mine‐pits
MD Craig, GESJ Hardy, JB Fontaine, MJ Garkakalis, AH Grigg, CD Grant, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (4), 919-928, 2012
532012
Geographic and taxonomic patterns of extinction risk in Australian squamates
R Tingley, SL Macdonald, NJ Mitchell, JCZ Woinarski, S Meiri, P Bowles, ...
Biological Conservation 238, 108203, 2019
512019
Do thinning and burning sites revegetated after bauxite mining improve habitat for terrestrial vertebrates?
MD Craig, RJ Hobbs, AH Grigg, MJ Garkaklis, CD Grant, PA Fleming, ...
Restoration Ecology 18 (3), 300-310, 2010
502010
Overlooked and undervalued: the neglected role of fauna and a global bias in ecological restoration assessments
SL Cross, S Tomlinson, MD Craig, KW Dixon, PW Bateman
Pacific Conservation Biology 25 (4), 331-341, 2019
412019
Roost site selection by southern forest bat Vespadelus regulus and Gould's long-eared bat Nyctophilus gouldi in logged jarrah forests; south-western Australia
PW Webala, MD Craig, BS Law, AF Wayne, JS Bradley
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (10), 1780-1790, 2010
412010
Reptiles on the brink: identifying the Australian terrestrial snake and lizard species most at risk of extinction
HM Geyle, R Tingley, AP Amey, H Cogger, PJ Couper, M Cowan, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 27 (1), 3-12, 2020
402020
Bat habitat use in logged jarrah eucalypt forests of south‐western Australia
PW Webala, MD Craig, BS Law, KN Armstrong, AF Wayne, JS Bradley
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (2), 398-406, 2011
362011
Does coarse woody debris density and volume influence the terrestrial vertebrate community in restored bauxite mines?
MD Craig, AH Grigg, RJ Hobbs, GESJ Hardy
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 142-150, 2014
332014
The importance of mature forest as bat roosting habitat within a production landscape
JM Burgar, MD Craig, VL Stokes
Forest Ecology and Management 356, 112-123, 2015
312015
Mitigation translocation as a management tool
HS Bradley, S Tomlinson, MD Craig, AT Cross, PW Bateman
Conservation Biology 36 (1), e13667, 2022
302022
Corrigendum to: A threatened ecological community: research advances and priorities for Banksia woodlands
AL Ritchie, LN Svejcar, BM Ayre, J Bolleter, A Brace, MD Craig, B Davis, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 69 (2), 111-111, 2021
302021
Does habitat structure influence capture probabilities? A study of reptiles in a eucalypt forest
MD Craig, AH Grigg, MJ Garkaklis, RJ Hobbs, CD Grant, PA Fleming, ...
Wildlife Research 36 (6), 509-515, 2009
302009
Evaluation of the impact of time of day, weather, vegetation density and bird movements on outcomes of area searches for birds in eucalypt forests of south-western Australia
MD Craig, JD Roberts
Wildlife Research 28 (1), 33-39, 2001
292001
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