Browsing by Author Letnic, M

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1-Dec-2017Reprint of: The case for a dingo reintroduction in Australia remains strong: A reply to Morgan et al., 2016Newsome, TM; Greenville, AC; Letnic, M; Ritchie, EG; Dickman, CR
1-Jan-2017Conserving the world's megafauna and biodiversity: The fierce urgency of nowRipple, WJ; Chapron, G; López-Bao, JV; Durant, SM; MacDonald, DW; Lindsey, PA; Bennett, EL; Beschta, RL; Bruskotter, JT; Campos-Arceiz, A; Corlett, RT; Darimont, CT; Dickman, AJ; Dirzo, R; Dublin, HT; Estes, JA; Everatt, KT; Galetti, M; Goswami, VR; Hayward, MW; Hedges, S; Hoffmann, M; Hunter, LTB; Kerley, GIH; Letnic, M; Levi, T; Maisels, F; Morrison, JC; Nelson, MP; Newsome, TM; Painter, L; Pringle, RM; Sandom, CJ; Terborgh, J; Treves, A; Van Valkenburgh, B; Vucetich, JA; Wirsing, AJ; Wallach, AD; Wolf, C; Woodroffe, R; Young, H; Zhang, L
1-Jan-2015Resolving the value of the dingo in ecological restorationJohnson, CN; Letnic, M; Moseby, KE; Nimmo, DG; Nelson, MP; Read, JL; Ripple, WJ; Ritchie, EG; Shores, CR; Wallach, AD; Wirsing, AJ; Dickman, CR
1-Jan-2014Artificial water points facilitate the spread of an invasive vertebrate in arid AustraliaLetnic, M; Webb, JK; Jessop, TS; Florance, D; Dempster, T
1-Jan-2014Behavioural flexibility allows an invasive vertebrate to survive in a semi-arid environmentWebb, JK; Letnic, M; Jessop, TS; Dempster, T
1-Jan-2014Status and ecological effects of the world's largest carnivoresRipple, WJ; Estes, JA; Beschta, RL; Wilmers, CC; Ritchie, EG; Hebblewhite, M; Berger, J; Elmhagen, B; Letnic, M; Nelson, MP; Schmitz, OJ; Smith, DW; Wallach, AD; Wirsing, AJ
1-Jan-2013Adrenocortical stress responses influence an invasive vertebrate's fitness in an extreme environmentJessop, TS; Letnic, M; Webb, JK; Dempster, T