Richard F Maloney
Richard F Maloney
Department of Conservation
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Developing the science of reintroduction biology
PJ Seddon, DP Armstrong, RF Maloney
Conservation biology 21 (2), 303-312, 2007
9312007
Optimal allocation of resources among threatened species: a project prioritization protocol
LN Joseph, RF Maloney, HP Possingham
Conservation biology 23 (2), 328-338, 2009
4972009
Financial costs of meeting global biodiversity conservation targets: current spending and unmet needs
DP McCarthy, PF Donald, JPW Scharlemann, GM Buchanan, A Balmford, ...
Science 338 (6109), 946-949, 2012
4442012
Causes of mortality at nests of ground-nesting birds in the Upper Waitaki Basin, South Island, New Zealand: a 5-year video study
MD Sanders, RF Maloney
Biological conservation 106 (2), 225-236, 2002
2002002
Historical and experimental learned predator recognition in free-living New-Zealand robins
RF Maloney, IG McLean
Animal Behaviour 50 (5), 1193-1201, 1995
1821995
Helping reintroduced houbara bustards avoid predation: effective anti-predator training and the predictive value of pre-release behaviour
Y van Heezik, PJ Seddon, RF Maloney
Animal Conservation forum 2 (3), 155-163, 1999
1261999
Combining the fields of reintroduction biology and restoration ecology
MK Lipsey, MF Child, PJ Seddon, DP Armstrong, RF Maloney
Conservation Biology, 1387-1390, 2007
702007
First results of feral cats (Felis catus) monitored with GPS collars in New Zealand
MR Recio, R Mathieu, R Maloney, PJ Seddon
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 288-296, 2010
642010
Predator control for protecting kaki (Himantopus novaezelandiae)—lessons from 20 years of management
RJ Keedwell, RF Maloney, DP Murray
Biological Conservation 105 (3), 369-374, 2002
532002
Genetic analyses reveal hybridization but no hybrid swarm in one of the world’s rarest birds
TE Steeves, RF Maloney, ML Hale, JM Tylianakis, NJ Gemmell
Molecular Ecology 19 (23), 5090-5100, 2010
522010
Effect of risk aversion on prioritizing conservation projects
AIT Tulloch, RF Maloney, LN Joseph, JR Bennett, MMI Di Fonzo, ...
Conservation Biology 29 (2), 513-524, 2015
442015
Breeding success and predation at nests of banded dotterel (Charadrius bicinctus) on braided riverbeds in the central South Island, New Zealand
A Rebergen, R Keedwell, H Moller, R Maloney
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 33-41, 1998
441998
Biodiversity gains from efficient use of private sponsorship for flagship species conservation
JR Bennett, R Maloney, HP Possingham
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1805), 20142693, 2015
392015
Improving methods for allocating resources among threatened species: the case for a new national approach in New Zealand
LN Joseph, RF Maloney, SM O’connor, P Cromarty, P Jansen, T Stephens, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 14 (3), 154-158, 2008
382008
Bird density and diversity in braided river beds in the Upper Waitaki: Basin, South Island, New Zealand
RJNNJW R.F.Maloney, A.L. Rebergen
Notornis 44, 219-232, 1997
371997
Balancing phylogenetic diversity and species numbers in conservation prioritization, using a case study of threatened species in New Zealand
JR Bennett, G Elliott, B Mellish, LN Joseph, AIT Tulloch, WJM Probert, ...
Biological Conservation 174, 47-54, 2014
352014
Movements of translocated captive-bred and released Critically Endangered kaki (black stilts) Himantopus novaezelandiae and the value of long-term post-release …
Y van Heezik, RF Maloney, PJ Seddon
Oryx 43 (4), 639-647, 2009
342009
Responses of harriers in the Mackenzie Basin to the abundance of rabbits
RJ Pierce, RF Maloney
Notornis 36, 1-12, 1989
291989
Spending limited resources on de-extinction could lead to net biodiversity loss
JR Bennett, RF Maloney, TE Steeves, J Brazill-Boast, HP Possingham, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (4), 1-4, 2017
262017
Bird populations in nine braided rivers of the Upper Waitaki basin South Island. New Zealand: changes after 30 years
RF Maloney
Notornis 46, 243-256, 1999
261999
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