Katherine Moseby
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Recommended guiding principles for reporting on camera trapping research
PD Meek, G Ballard, A Claridge, R Kays, K Moseby, T O’brien, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 23, 2321-2343, 2014
Predation determines the outcome of 10 reintroduction attempts in arid South Australia
KE Moseby, JL Read, DC Paton, P Copley, BM Hill, HA Crisp
Biological Conservation 144 (12), 2863-2872, 2011
Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia?
S Legge, BP Murphy, H McGregor, JCZ Woinarski, J Augusteyn, G Ballard, ...
Biological Conservation 206, 293-303, 2017
The efficacy of feral cat, fox and rabbit exclusion fence designs for threatened species protection
KE Moseby, JL Read
Biological Conservation 127 (4), 429-437, 2006
Havens for threatened Australian mammals: the contributions of fenced areas and offshore islands to the protection of mammal species susceptible to introduced predators
S Legge, JCZ Woinarski, AA Burbidge, R Palmer, J Ringma, JQ Radford, ...
Wildlife Research 45 (7), 627-644, 2018
Arid recovery–a comparison of reptile and small mammal populations inside and outside a large rabbit, cat and fox‐proof exclosure in arid South Australia
KE Moseby, BM Hill, JL Read
Austral Ecology 34 (2), 156-169, 2009
Catastrophic cat predation: a call for predator profiling in wildlife protection programs
KE Moseby, DE Peacock, JL Read
Biological Conservation 191, 331-340, 2015
Interactions between a top order predator and exotic mesopredators in the Australian rangelands
KE Moseby, H Neilly, JL Read, HA Crisp
International Journal of Ecology 2012 (1), 250352, 2012
Reintroduction of the greater bilby, Macrotis lagotis (Reid)(Marsupialia: Thylacomyidae), to northern South Australia: survival, ecology and notes on reintroduction protocols
KE Moseby, E O'donnell
Wildlife Research 30 (1), 15-27, 2003
Movement patterns of feral predators in an arid environment–implications for control through poison baiting
KE Moseby, J Stott, H Crisp
Wildlife Research 36 (5), 422-435, 2009
Rabbit biocontrol and landscape‐scale recovery of threatened desert mammals
RD Pedler, R Brandle, JL Read, R Southgate, P Bird, KE Moseby
Conservation Biology 30 (4), 774-782, 2016
Introduced cats (Felis catus) eating a continental fauna: the number of mammals killed in Australia
BP Murphy, LA Woolley, HM Geyle, SM Legge, R Palmer, CR Dickman, ...
Biological Conservation 237, 28-40, 2019
Resolving the value of the dingo in ecological restoration
TM Newsome, GA Ballard, MS Crowther, JA Dellinger, PJS Fleming, ...
Restoration Ecology 23 (3), 201-208, 2015
The success of GPS collar deployments on mammals in Australia
A Matthews, L Ruykys, B Ellis, S FitzGibbon, D Lunney, MS Crowther, ...
Australian Mammalogy 35 (1), 65-83, 2013
Predator exposure improves anti‐predator responses in a threatened mammal
R West, M Letnic, DT Blumstein, KE Moseby
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (1), 147-156, 2018
Can predator avoidance training improve reintroduction outcomes for the greater bilby in arid Australia?
KE Moseby, A Cameron, HA Crisp
Animal Behaviour 83 (4), 1011-1021, 2012
Feral cat home‐range size varies predictably with landscape productivity and population density
AJ Bengsen, D Algar, G Ballard, T Buckmaster, S Comer, PJS Fleming, ...
Journal of Zoology 298 (2), 112-120, 2016
Deconstructing compassionate conservation
MW Hayward, A Callen, BL Allen, G Ballard, F Broekhuis, C Bugir, ...
Conservation Biology 33 (4), 760-768, 2019
Tailoring release protocols to individual species and sites: one size does not fit all
KE Moseby, BM Hill, TH Lavery
PLoS One 9 (6), e99753, 2014
Harnessing natural selection to tackle the problem of prey na´vetÚ
KE Moseby, DT Blumstein, M Letnic
Evolutionary applications 9 (2), 334-343, 2016
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