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Best bait for your buck: bait preference for camera trapping north Australian mammals
RL Diete, PD Meek, KM Dixon, CR Dickman, LKP Leung
Australian Journal of Zoology 63 (6), 376-382, 2016
442016
A comparison of fuel hazard in recently burned and long-unburned forests and woodlands
KM Dixon, GJ Cary, GL Worboys, J Seddon, P Gibbons
International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2018
302018
The disproportionate importance of long‐unburned forests and woodlands for reptiles
KM Dixon, GJ Cary, GL Worboys, P Gibbons
Ecology and Evolution 8 (22), 10952-10963, 2018
232018
The effects of fire history on hollow-bearing tree abundance in montane and subalpine eucalypt forests in southeastern Australia
J Salmona, KM Dixon, SC Banks
Forest Ecology and Management 428, 93-103, 2018
232018
Features associated with effective biodiversity monitoring and evaluation
KM Dixon, GJ Cary, GL Worboys, SC Banks, P Gibbons
Biological Conservation 238, 108221, 2019
172019
More long‐unburnt forest will benefit mammals in Australian sub‐alpine forests and woodlands
KM Dixon, GJ Cary, M Renton, GL Worboys, P Gibbons
Austral Ecology 44 (7), 1150-1162, 2019
142019
Long-unburnt habitat is critical for the conservation of threatened vertebrates across Australia
B von Takach, CJ Jolly, KM Dixon, CE Penton, TS Doherty, SC Banks
Landscape Ecology 37 (6), 1469-1482, 2022
132022
Predation of pitfall-trapped rodents by the ghost bat, Macroderma gigas
RL Diete, KM Dixon, PA Barden
Australian Mammalogy 38 (2), 249-252, 2016
72016
Achieving ecological integrity in protected areas: aligning fire management with conservation objectives
K Dixon
The Australian National University, 2019
2019
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