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Chris Johnson
Chris Johnson
Professor of Wildlife Conservation, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Predator interactions, mesopredator release and biodiversity conservation
EG Ritchie, CN Johnson
Ecology letters 12 (9), 982-998, 2009
12972009
Australia's mammal extinctions: a 50,000-year history
C Johnson
Cambridge University Press, 2006
6582006
Biodiversity losses and conservation responses in the Anthropocene
CN Johnson, A Balmford, BW Brook, JC Buettel, M Galetti, L Guangchun, ...
Science 356 (6335), 270-275, 2017
6532017
Abundance and the environmental niche: environmental suitability estimated from niche models predicts the upper limit of local abundance
J VanDerWal, LP Shoo, CN Johnson, SE Williams
The American Naturalist 174 (2), 282-291, 2009
4482009
Rarity of a top predator triggers continent-wide collapse of mammal prey: dingoes and marsupials in Australia
CN Johnson, JL Isaac, DO Fisher
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1608), 341-346, 2007
3972007
The disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia: context, cause, and response
JCZ Woinarski, S Legge, JA Fitzsimons, BJ Traill, AA Burbidge, A Fisher, ...
Conservation Letters 4 (3), 192-201, 2011
3502011
The aftermath of megafaunal extinction: ecosystem transformation in Pleistocene Australia
S Rule, BW Brook, SG Haberle, CSM Turney, AP Kershaw, CN Johnson
Science 335 (6075), 1483-1486, 2012
3392012
Ecological consequences of Late Quaternary extinctions of megafauna
CN Johnson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1667), 2509-2519, 2009
3262009
Combining paleo-data and modern exclosure experiments to assess the impact of megafauna extinctions on woody vegetation
ES Bakker, JL Gill, CN Johnson, FWM Vera, CJ Sandom, GP Asner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (4), 847-855, 2016
2902016
Determinants of loss of mammal species during the Late Quaternary ‘megafauna’extinctions: life history and ecology, but not body size
CN Johnson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
2902002
Species extinction and the relationship between distribution and abundance
CN Johnson
Nature 394 (6690), 272-274, 1998
2741998
Effects of predator control on behaviour of an apex predator and indirect consequences for mesopredator suppression
LA Brook, CN Johnson, EG Ritchie
Journal of applied ecology 49 (6), 1278-1286, 2012
2682012
Interactions between mammals and ectomycorrhizal fungi
CN Johnson
Trends in ecology & evolution 11 (12), 503-507, 1996
2551996
Landscape management of fire and grazing regimes alters the fine-scale habitat utilisation by feral cats
HW McGregor, S Legge, ME Jones, CN Johnson
PloS one 9 (10), e109097, 2014
2222014
Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia?
S Legge, BP Murphy, H McGregor, JCZ Woinarski, J Augusteyn, G Ballard, ...
Biological Conservation 206, 293-303, 2017
2052017
Predator control promotes invasive dominated ecological states
AD Wallach, CN Johnson, EG Ritchie, AJ O’Neill
Ecology letters 13 (8), 1008-1018, 2010
1982010
Environmental temperature affects prevalence of blood parasites of birds on an elevation gradient: implications for disease in a warming climate
I Zamora-Vilchis, SE Williams, CN Johnson
PloS one 7 (6), e39208, 2012
1922012
Body mass and extinction risk in Australian marsupials: the ‘Critical Weight Range’revisited
CN Johnson, JL Isaac
Austral Ecology 34 (1), 35-40, 2009
1822009
The effects of plant defensive chemistry on nutrient availability predict reproductive success in a mammal
JL DeGabriel, BD Moore, WJ Foley, CN Johnson
Ecology 90 (3), 711-719, 2009
1812009
Ecological and evolutionary legacy of megafauna extinctions
M Galetti, M Moleón, P Jordano, MM Pires, PR Guimaraes Jr, T Pape, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 845-862, 2018
1772018
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