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|1-Nov-2012||Can volunteers collect data that are comparable to professional scientists? a study of variables used in monitoring the outcomes of ecosystem rehabilitation||Gollan, J; De Bruyn, LL; Reid, N; Wilkie, L|
|1-Jun-2013||Monitoring the ecosystem service provided by dung beetles offers benefits over commonly used biodiversity metrics and a traditional trapping method||Gollan, JR; de Bruyn, LL; Reid, N; Wilkie, L|
|1-Nov-2011||Can ants be used as ecological indicators of restoration progress in dynamic environments? A case study in a revegetated riparian zone||Gollan, JR; Bruyn, LLD; Reid, N; Smith, D; Wilkie, L|
|1-May-2011||The ratio of exotic-to-native dung beetles can indicate habitat quality in riparian restoration||Gollan, JR; Reid, CAM; Barnes, PB; Wilkie, L|
|5-Jul-2010||Using spider web types as a substitute for assessing web-building spider biodiversity and the success of habitat restoration||Gollan, JR; Smith, HM; Bulbert, M; Donnelly, AP; Wilkie, L|