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Sophie Cross
Sophie Cross
Curtin University, ARC Centre for Mine Site Restoration
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Restoration goals: Why are fauna still overlooked in the process of recovering functioning ecosystems and what can be done about it?
SL Cross, PW Bateman, AT Cross
Ecological Management & Restoration, 2020
542020
Overlooked and undervalued: the neglected role of fauna and a global bias in ecological restoration assessments
SL Cross, S Tomlinson, MD Craig, KW Dixon, PW Bateman
Pacific Conservation Biology 25 (4), 331-341, 2019
492019
Ant biodiversity and its environmental predictors in the North Kimberley region of Australia’s seasonal tropics
AT Cross, C Myers, CNA Mitchell, SL Cross, C Jackson, R Waina, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 25, 1727-1759, 2016
182016
Biodiversity responses to vegetation structure in a fragmented landscape: ant communities in a peri-urban coastal dune system
SL Cross, AT Cross, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon, AN Andersen
Journal of Insect Conservation 20, 485-495, 2016
172016
Leveraging the value of conservation physiology for ecological restoration
S Tomlinson, EP Tudor, SR Turner, S Cross, F Riviera, J Stevens, ...
Restoration Ecology 30, e13616, 2022
162022
Mitigation and management plans should consider all anthropogenic disturbances to fauna
SL Cross, AT Cross, S Tomlinson, SM Clark-Ioannou, PG Nevill, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 26, e01500, 2021
132021
I don’t like crickets, I love them: invertebrates are an important prey source for varanid lizards
SL Cross, MD Craig, S Tomlinson, PW Bateman
Journal of Zoology, 2020
132020
The Time Local Convex Hull (T-LoCoH) method as a tool for assessing responses of fauna to habitat restoration: a case study using the perentie (Varanus giganteus: Reptilia …
S Cross, S Tomlinson, M Craig, B Bateman
11*2020
Research priorities for the ghost bat (Macroderma gigas) in the Pilbara region of Western Australia
VA Cramer, KN Armstrong, RD Bullen, SL Cross, L Gibson, N Hanrahan, ...
Australian Mammalogy 45 (1), 1-12, 2022
102022
Using monitors to monitor ecological restoration: Presence may not indicate persistence
SL Cross, MD Craig, S Tomlinson, KW Dixon, PW Bateman
Austral Ecology, 2020
102020
A life‐of‐mine approach to fauna monitoring is critical for recovering functional ecosystems to restored landscapes
SL Cross, HS Bradley, EP Tudor, MD Craig, S Tomlinson, MJ Bamford, ...
Restoration Ecology 30, e13540, 2022
72022
Build it and some may come: early stage habitat restoration may initially favour herbivore return
S Cross, S Tomlinson, M Craig, P Bateman
Pacific Conservation Biology 29 (4), 300-311, 2022
22022
Behavioural Responses of Varanids to Mine Site Restoration
SL Cross
Curtin University, 2020
12020
A critical review of survey techniques and perceived threats for the threatened Pilbara ghost bat (Macroderma gigas)
HS BRADLEY, RD BULLEN, SL CROSS, CG KNUCKEY, M O’CONNELL, ...
Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 106, 61-74, 2023
2023
Build it and some may come: restoration of discontinued mine sites initially favours herbivores
SL Cross
Behavioural Responses of Varanids to Mine Site Restoration, 79, 2020
2020
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