Katherine Selwood
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The effects of climate change and land‐use change on demographic rates and population viability
KE Selwood, MA McGeoch, R Mac Nally
Biological Reviews 90 (3), 837-853, 2015
Measuring continuous compositional change using decline and decay in zeta diversity
MA McGeoch, G Latombe, NR Andrew, S Nakagawa, DA Nipperess, ...
Ecology 100 (11), e02832, 2019
Native bird breeding in a chronosequence of revegetated sites
KE Selwood, R Mac Nally, JR Thomson
Oecologia 159 (2), 435, 2009
Refuges for biodiversity conservation: A review of the evidence
KE Selwood, HC Zimmer
Biological conservation 245, 108502, 2020
Resistance and resilience of terrestrial birds in drying climates: do floodplains provide drought refugia?
KE Selwood, JR Thomson, RH Clarke, MA McGeoch, R Mac Nally
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (7), 838-848, 2015
Credible biodiversity offsetting needs public national registers to confirm no net loss
H Kujala, M Maron, CM Kennedy, MC Evans, JW Bull, BA Wintle, ...
One Earth 5 (6), 650-662, 2022
A bust but no boom: responses of floodplain bird assemblages during and after prolonged drought
KE Selwood, RH Clarke, SC Cunningham, H Lada, MA McGeoch, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (6), 1700-1710, 2015
Emergency response to Australia’s black summer 2019–2020: the role of a zoo-based conservation organisation in wildlife triage, rescue, and resilience for the future
ML Parrott, LV Wicker, A Lamont, C Banks, M Lang, M Lynch, B McMeekin, ...
Animals 11 (6), 1515, 2021
Green tongues into the arid zone: river floodplains extend the distribution of terrestrial bird species
KE Selwood, RH Clarke, MA McGeoch, R Mac Nally
Ecosystems 20, 745-756, 2017
Beyond refuges: Identifying temporally dynamic havens to support ecological resistance and resilience to climatic disturbances
KE Selwood, SC Cunningham, R Mac Nally
Biological Conservation 233, 131-138, 2019
Impact indicators for biodiversity conservation research: Measuring influence within and beyond academia
TH Lavery, R Morgain, JA Fitzsimons, J Fluin, NA Macgregor, ...
Bioscience 71 (4), 383-395, 2021
Emergency conservation interventions during times of crisis: A case study for a threatened bird species in the Australian Black Summer bushfires
KE Selwood, M Antos, M Bramwell, A Lee, M Lynch, MJL Magrath, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 4 (2), e606, 2022
High‐productivity vegetation is important for lessening bird declines during prolonged drought
KE Selwood, MA McGeoch, RH Clarke, R Mac Nally
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (2), 641-650, 2018
Influence of climate on individual tree growth and carbon sequestration in native‐tree plantings
H Lada, JDL Yen, SC Cunningham, KE Selwood, P Falcke, JC Hodgson, ...
Austral Ecology 44 (5), 859-867, 2019
Remotely sensed vegetation productivity predicts breeding activity and drought refuges for a threatened bird in semi‐arid Australia
AR Young, KE Selwood, J Benshemesh, J Wright, D Southwell
Animal Conservation 25 (4), 566-581, 2022
Collaborative conservation planning: Quantifying the contribution of expert engagement to identify spatial conservation priorities
KE Selwood, BA Wintle, H Kujala
Conservation letters 12 (6), e12673, 2019
Ecological and life‐history traits may say little about birds’ vulnerability to high‐amplitude climatic fluctuations
R Mac Nally, GFB Horrocks, JM Bennett, JDL Yen, KE Selwood, ...
Austral Ecology 45 (7), 880-895, 2020
Acoustic surveys improve landscape-scale detection of a critically endangered Australian bird, the plains-wanderer (Pedionomus torquatus)
KMC Rowe, KE Selwood, D Bryant, D Baker-Gabb
Wildlife Research 51 (1), NULL-NULL, 2023
Responses of floodplain birds to high‐amplitude precipitation fluctuations over two decades
T Reid, H Lada, KE Selwood, GFB Horrocks, JR Thomson, R Mac Nally
Austral Ecology 47 (4), 828-840, 2022
Using power analysis and spatial prioritization to evaluate the design of a forest bird monitoring programme
DM Southwell, A Smart, SD Merson, KE Selwood, NA Macgregor
Oryx, 1-10, 2024
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