Response of Australian Boobooks (Ninox boobook) to threatening processes across urban, agricultural, and woodland ecosystems
Michael T. Lohr (Edith Cowan University)
Establishing, improving, and adapting the whole-sediment toxicity identification evaluation (TIE) for use in Australia
Tyler Mehler (The University of Melbourne)
Do anthropogenic changes to marine ecosystems result in the formation of ecological traps?
Valeriya Komyakova (The University of Melbourne)
A non-invasive tool for assessing pathogen prevalence in koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) populations: detection of Chlamydia pecorum and koala retrovirus (KoRV) DNA in genetic material sourced from scats
Faye Wedrowicz1,2 • Tom Saxton1 • Jennifer Mosse2 • Wendy Wright2 • Fiona E. Hogan
Can the native Rusty Fig, Ficus rubiginosa, beat climate change?
K. David Mackay
Determining Cetacean – Cephalopod Trophic Interactions – An Isotope Approach
Christine Heather Jackson
Interactions between invasive predators, native mammals and fire in a forest ecosystem.
Bronwyn Alexsandra Karla Hradsky
Effects of natural iron fertilisation by baleen whales and Antarctic frill on the Southern Ocean carbon cycle