Richard E Major
Richard E Major
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The contribution of artificial nest experiments to understanding avian reproductive success: a review of methods and conclusions
RE Major, CE Kendal
Ibis 138 (2), 298-307, 1996
5231996
Influence of remnant and landscape attributes on Australian woodland bird communities
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing
Biological Conservation 102 (1), 47-66, 2001
1972001
The effect of human observers on the intensity of nest predation
RE Major
Ibis 132 (4), 608-612, 1990
1921990
Identification of nest predators by photography, dummy eggs, and adhesive tape
RE Major
The auk 108 (1), 190-195, 1991
1871991
Species interactions and habitat associations of birds inhabiting urban areas of Sydney, Australia
H Parsons, RE Major, K French
Austral Ecology 31 (2), 217-227, 2006
1672006
Use of native and exotic garden plants by suburban nectarivorous birds
K French, R Major, K Hely
Biological Conservation 121 (4), 545-559, 2005
1422005
Nest predation in Australian urban environments and the role of the pied currawong, Strepera graculina
RE MAJOR, G GOWING, CE KENDAL
Australian Journal of Ecology 21 (4), 399-409, 1996
1331996
The influence of fragment size and edge on nest predation in urban bushland
A Matthews, CR Dickman, RE Major
Ecography 22 (4), 349-356, 1999
1111999
The influence of remnant bushland on the composition of suburban bird assemblages in Australia
H Parsons, K French, RE Major
Landscape and urban planning 66 (1), 43-56, 2003
1022003
Avifaunal disarray due to a single despotic species
M Maron, MJ Grey, CP Catterall, RE Major, DL Oliver, MF Clarke, ...
Diversity and Distributions 19 (12), 1468-1479, 2013
942013
Elevated Rates of Predation on Artifical Nests in Linear Strips of Habitat (Tasas Elevadas de Depredación en Nidos Artificiales en Parcelas Lineares de Habitat)
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing, TJ Ivison
Journal of Field Ornithology, 351-364, 1999
841999
Avian movement across abrupt ecological edges: differential responses to housing density in an urban matrix
P Hodgson, K French, RE Major
Landscape and Urban Planning 79 (3-4), 266-272, 2007
832007
The effect of habitat configuration on arboreal insects in fragmented woodlands of south-eastern Australia
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing, G Cassis, CAM Reid
Biological conservation 113 (1), 35-48, 2003
802003
Effect of an exotic Acacia (Fabaceae) on ant assemblages in South African fynbos
K French, RE Major
Austral Ecology 26 (4), 303-310, 2001
772001
Can nest predation explain the timing of the breeding season and the pattern of nest dispersion of New Holland Honeyeaters?
RE Major, GH Pyke, MT Christy, G Gowing, RS Hill
Oikos, 364-372, 1994
741994
Improving big citizen science data: moving beyond haphazard sampling
CT Callaghan, JJL Rowley, WK Cornwell, AGB Poore, RE Major
PLoS biology 17 (6), e3000357, 2019
652019
Do Common Mynas significantly compete with native birds in urban environments?
KA Lowe, CE Taylor, RE Major
Journal of Ornithology 152 (4), 909-921, 2011
642011
Age structure and density of red‐capped robin populations vary with habitat size and shape
RE Major, FJ Christie, G Gowing, TJ Ivison
Journal of Applied Ecology 36 (6), 901-908, 1999
641999
Generalists are the most urban‐tolerant of birds: A phylogenetically controlled analysis of ecological and life history traits using a novel continuous measure of bird …
CT Callaghan, RE Major, JH Wilshire, JM Martin, RT Kingsford, ...
Oikos 128 (6), 845-858, 2019
582019
Are roadside strips important reservoirs of invertebrate diversity? A comparison of the ant and beetle faunas of roadside strips and large remnant woodlands
RE Major, D Smith, G Cassis, M Gray, DJ Colgan
Australian Journal of Zoology 47 (6), 611-624, 1999
531999
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