Alison Matthews
Alison Matthews
Manager Research Professional Development, Charles Sturt University
Verified email at csu.edu.au
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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
1091999
The impact of fire and dogs on koalas at Port Stephens, New South Wales, using population viability analysis
D Lunney, S Gresser, LE O'neill, A Matthews, J Rhodes
Pacific Conservation Biology 13 (3), 189-201, 2007
972007
Modelling mammalian extinction and forecasting recovery: koalas at Iluka (NSW, Australia)
D Lunney, L O'Neill, A Matthews, WB Sherwin
Biological Conservation 106 (1), 101-113, 2002
862002
Small mammal populations in a eucalypt forest affected by fire and drought. I. Long-term patterns in an era of climate change
HF Recher, D Lunney, A Matthews
Wildlife Research 36 (2), 143-158, 2009
802009
Incorporating habitat mapping into practical koala conservation on private lands
D Lunney, A Matthews, C Moon, S Ferrier
Conservation Biology 14 (3), 669-680, 2000
772000
The success of GPS collar deployments on mammals in Australia
A Matthews, L Ruykys, B Ellis, S FitzGibbon, D Lunney, MS Crowther, ...
Australian Mammalogy 35 (1), 65-83, 2013
662013
Tree use by koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) after fire in remnant coastal forest
A Matthews, D Lunney, S Gresser, W Maitz
Wildlife Research 34 (2), 84-93, 2007
542007
Post-fire survival and reproduction of rehabilitated and unburnt koalas
D Lunney, SM Gresser, PS Mahon, A Matthews
Biological Conservation 120 (4), 567-575, 2004
532004
A community-based survey of the koala, Phascolarctos cinereus, in the Eden region of south-eastern New South Wales
D Lunney, C Esson, C Moon, M Ellis, A Matthews
Wildlife Research 24 (1), 111-128, 1997
511997
Brushtail possums:“Champion of the suburbs” or “Our tormentors”
A Matthews, D Lunney, K Waples, J Hardy
Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye’.(Eds D. Lunney and S. Burgin.) pp …, 2004
462004
The contribution of the community to defining the distribution of a vulnerable species, the spotted-tailed quoll, Dasyurus maculatus
D Lunney, A Matthews
Wildlife Research 28 (5), 537-545, 2001
452001
The consequences of using indirect signs that decay to determine species' occupancy
JR Rhodes, D Lunney, C Moon, A Matthews, CA McAlpine
Ecography 34 (1), 141-150, 2011
412011
The diet of Antechinus agilis and A. swainsonii in unlogged and regenerating sites in Mumbulla State Forest, south-eastern New South Wales
D Lunney, A Matthews, J Grigg
Wildlife Research 28 (5), 459-464, 2001
382001
Ecological attributes and conservation of native rodents in New South Wales
CR Dickman, D Lunney, A Matthews
Wildlife Research 27 (4), 347-355, 2000
352000
Coffs Harbour City koala plan of management
D Lunney, C Moon, A Matthews, J Turbill
Part B Coffs Harbour Koala Study. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service …, 1999
321999
A 1990 survey of the koala Phascolarctos cinereus population at Iluka in northern New South Wales
D Lunney, C Moon, A Matthews
Koalas: Research for Management’.(Ed. G. Gordon.) pp, 102-122, 1996
321996
Nest-box use by arboreal mammals in a peri-urban landscape
R Durant, GW Luck, A Matthews
Wildlife Research 36 (7), 565-573, 2009
292009
Contribution of community knowledge of vertebrate fauna to management and planning
D Lunney, L O’Neill, A Matthews, D Coburn
Ecological Management and Restoration 1 (3), 175-184, 2000
292000
Achieving fauna conservation on private land: Reflections on a 10‐year project
D Lunney, A Matthews, C Moon, J Turbill
Ecological Management & Restoration 3 (2), 90-96, 2002
242002
Movement patterns of koalas in remnant forest after fire
A Matthews, D Lunney, S Gresser, W Maitz
Australian Mammalogy 38 (1), 91-104, 2016
212016
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