Browsing by Author Gollan, JR

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
3-Sep-2016Re-Identification of an exotic bee introduced to the hunter valley region, New South Wales - Seladonia hotoni (Vachal, 1903) (Hymenoptera: Halictidae)Batley, M; Pauly, A; Gollan, JR; Ashcroft, MB; Sonet, G
1-Mar-2014Creating vegetation density profiles for a diverse range of ecological habitats using terrestrial laser scanningAshcroft, MB; Gollan, JR; Ramp, D
1-Jan-2014Testing the ability of topoclimatic grids of extreme temperatures to explain the distribution of the endangered brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata)Ashcroft, MB; Cavanagh, M; Eldridge, MDB; Gollan, JR
1-Jan-2014Topoclimate versus macroclimate: How does climate mapping methodology affect species distribution models and climate change projections?Slavich, E; Warton, DI; Ashcroft, MB; Gollan, JR; Ramp, D
31-Dec-2013Fine-grained climate data alters the interpretation of a trait-based clineGollan, JR; Ashcroft, MB; Ramp, D
1-Dec-2013The importance of temporal climate variability for spatial patterns in plant diversityLetten, AD; Ashcroft, MB; Keith, DA; Gollan, JR; Ramp, D
15-Jul-2013Moisture, thermal inertia, and the spatial distributions of near-surface soil and air temperatures: Understanding factors that promote microrefugiaAshcroft, MB; Gollan, JR
1-Jun-2013Monitoring the ecosystem service provided by dung beetles offers benefits over commonly used biodiversity metrics and a traditional trapping methodGollan, JR; de Bruyn, LL; Reid, N; Wilkie, L
1-Jan-2013The sensitivity of topoclimatic models to fine-scale microclimatic variability and the relevance for ecological studiesAshcroft, MB; Gollan, JR
30-Nov-2012Fine-resolution (25 m) topoclimatic grids of near-surface (5 cm) extreme temperatures and humidities across various habitats in a large (200 × 300 km) and diverse regionAshcroft, MB; Gollan, JR
1-Jun-2012A novel approach to quantify and locate potential microrefugia using topoclimate, climate stability, and isolation from the matrixAshcroft, MB; Gollan, JR; Warton, DI; Ramp, D
1-Mar-2012Combining citizen science, bioclimatic envelope models and observed habitat preferences to determine the distribution of an inconspicuous, recently detected introduced bee (Halictus smaragdulus Vachal Hymenoptera: Halictidae) in AustraliaAshcroft, MB; Gollan, JR; Batley, M
1-Nov-2011Can ants be used as ecological indicators of restoration progress in dynamic environments? A case study in a revegetated riparian zoneGollan, JR; Bruyn, LLD; Reid, N; Smith, D; Wilkie, L
1-May-2011The ratio of exotic-to-native dung beetles can indicate habitat quality in riparian restorationGollan, JR; Reid, CAM; Barnes, PB; Wilkie, L
1-May-2011Comparison of yellow and white pan traps in surveys of bee fauna in New South Wales, Australia (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila)Gollan, JR; Ashcroft, MB; Batley, M
5-Jul-2010Using spider web types as a substitute for assessing web-building spider biodiversity and the success of habitat restorationGollan, JR; Smith, HM; Bulbert, M; Donnelly, AP; Wilkie, L
1-Mar-2010Using Generalised Dissimilarity Models and many small samples to improve the efficiency of regional and landscape scale invertebrate samplingAshcroft, MB; Gollan, JR; Faith, DP; Carter, GA; Lassau, SA; Ginn, SG; Bulbert, MW; Cassis, G
1-May-2009Testing common habitat-based surrogates of invertebrate diversity in a semi-arid rangelandGollan, JR; Ashcroft, MB; Cassis, G; Donnelly, AP; Lassau, SA
Jan-2008The exotic bee Halictus smaragdulus Vachal 1895 (Hymenoptera Halictidae) in the Hunter ValleyGollan, JR; Batley, M; Reid, C