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Greg Baxter
Greg Baxter
Senior Lecturer in Wildlife Ecology, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uqg.uq.edu.au
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Wildlife disease prevalence in human‐modified landscapes
G Brearley, J Rhodes, A Bradley, G Baxter, L Seabrook, D Lunney, Y Liu, ...
Biological Reviews 88 (2), 427-442, 2013
3132013
The next generation of rodent eradications: innovative technologies and tools to improve species specificity and increase their feasibility on islands
KJ Campbell, J Beek, CT Eason, AS Glen, J Godwin, F Gould, ND Holmes, ...
Biological Conservation 185, 47-58, 2015
1852015
Conserving koalas: A review of the contrasting regional trends, outlooks and policy challenges
C McAlpine, D Lunney, A Melzer, P Menkhorst, S Phillips, D Phalen, ...
Biological Conservation 192, 226-236, 2015
1592015
Drought-driven change in wildlife distribution and numbers: a case study of koalas in south west Queensland
L Seabrook, C McAlpine, G Baxter, J Rhodes, A Bradley, D Lunney
Wildlife Research 38 (6), 509-524, 2011
1222011
How do community-based conservation programs in developing countries change human behaviour? A realist synthesis
D Nilsson, G Baxter, JRA Butler, CA McAlpine
Biological Conservation 200, 93-103, 2016
1182016
Use of expert knowledge to elicit population trends for the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)
C Adams‐Hosking, MF McBride, G Baxter, M Burgman, D De Villiers, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (3), 249-262, 2016
1172016
Identifying suitable detection dogs
JJ La Toya, GS Baxter, PJ Murray
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 195, 1-7, 2017
1012017
The effect of incubation temperature on hatchling quality in the olive ridley turtle, Lepidochelys olivacea, from Alas Purwo National Park, East Java, Indonesia …
RI Maulany, DT Booth, GS Baxter
Marine Biology 159, 2651-2661, 2012
1012012
Land cover change under unplanned human settlements: A study of the Chyulu Hills squatters, Kenya
G Muriuki, L Seabrook, C McAlpine, C Jacobson, B Price, G Baxter
Landscape and Urban Planning 99 (2), 154-165, 2011
952011
Resource management in tourism research: A new direction?
RW Carter, GS Baxter, M Hockings
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 9 (4), 265-280, 2001
862001
Matrix is important for mammals in landscapes with small amounts of native forest habitat
MJ Brady, CA McAlpine, HP Possingham, CJ Miller, GS Baxter
Landscape Ecology 26, 617-628, 2011
852011
Building better wildlife‐habitat models
TS Beutel, RJS Beeton, GS Baxter
Ecography 22 (2), 219-219, 1999
741999
Physiological stress in koala populations near the arid edge of their distribution
NA Davies, G Gramotnev, C McAlpine, L Seabrook, G Baxter, D Lunney, ...
PLoS One 8 (11), e79136, 2013
632013
Balancing dingo conservation with human safety on Fraser Island: the numerical and demographic effects of humane destruction of dingoes
BL Allen, K Higginbottom, JH Bracks, N Davies, GS Baxter
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 22 (2), 197-215, 2015
612015
Emergence success and sex ratio of natural and relocated nests of olive ridley turtles from Alas Purwo National Park, East Java, Indonesia
RI Maulany, DT Booth, GS Baxter
Copeia 2012 (4), 738-747, 2012
612012
Effects of fire on the structure and composition of open eucalypt forests
RJ SPENCER, GS Baxter
Austral Ecology 31 (5), 638-646, 2006
592006
Breeding success of egrets related to rainfall: a six-year Australian study
M Maddock, GS Baxter
Colonial waterbirds, 133-139, 1991
591991
You are not my handler! Impact of changing handlers on dogs’ behaviours and detection performance
LTJ Jamieson, GS Baxter, PJ Murray
Animals 8 (10), 176, 2018
562018
Habitat attributes of landscape mosaics along a gradient of matrix development intensity: matrix management matters
MJ Brady, CA McAlpine, CJ Miller, HP Possingham, GS Baxter
Landscape Ecology 24, 879-891, 2009
562009
Adult free zones in small mammal populations: response of Australian native rodents to reduced cover
RJ Spencer, VC Cavanough, GS Baxter, MS Kennedy
Austral Ecology 30 (8), 868-876, 2005
562005
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