Ian Abbott
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Comparative ecology of Galapagos ground finches (Geospiza Gould): evaluation of the importance of floristic diversity and interspecific competition
I Abbott, LK Abbott, PR Grant
Ecological Monographs 47 (2), 151-184, 1977
Darwin's finches: population variation and natural selection.
PR Grant, BR Grant, JN Smith, IJ Abbott, LK Abbott
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 73 (1), 257-261, 1976
Origin and spread of the cat, Felis catus, on mainland Australia, with a discussion of the magnitude of its early impact on native fauna
I Abbott
Wildlife Research 29 (1), 51-74, 2002
Seasonal variation in feeding habits of Darwin's ground finches
JNM Smith, PR Grant, BR Grant, IJ Abbott, LK Abbott
Ecology 59 (6), 1137-1150, 1978
Interspecific competition, island biogeography and null hypotheses
PR Grant, I Abbott
Evolution, 332-341, 1980
Theories dealing with the ecology of landbirds on islands
I Abbott
Advances in ecological research 11, 329-371, 1980
Ecology of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) in the northern jarrah forest of Western Australia.
I Abbott, O Loneragan
Impact of fire in the eucalypt forest ecosystem of southern Western Australia: a critical review
P Christensen, I Abbott
Australian Forestry 52 (2), 103-121, 1989
Interactions between earthworms and their soil environment
I Abbott, CA Parker
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 13 (3), 191-197, 1981
Variation in the size and shape of Darwin's finches
PR Grant, I Abbott, D Schluter, RL Curry, LK Abbott
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 25 (1), 1-39, 1985
Aboriginal fire regimes in south-west Western Australia: evidence from historical documents
I Abbott
Fire in ecosystems of south-west Western Australia: impacts and management …, 2003
Numbers of plant, insect and land bird species on nineteen remote islands in the Southern Hemisphere
I Abbott
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 6 (2), 143-152, 1974
The meaning of z in species/area regressions and the study of species turnover in island biogeography
I Abbott
Oikos, 385-390, 1983
Changes in the abundance of large soil animals and physical properties of soils following cultivation
I Abbott, CA Parker, ID Sills
Soil Research 17 (2), 343-353, 1979
The occurrence of mammal species on the islands of Australia: a summary of existing knowledge
I Abbott, AA Burbidge
CALMScience 1 (3), 259-324, 1995
Changes in the abundance and activity of certain soil and litter fauna in the Jarrah forest of Western Australia after a moderate intensity fire
I Abbott
Soil Research 22 (4), 463-469, 1984
Mammals of Australian islands: factors influencing species richness
A Burbidge, M Williams, I Abbott
Journal of Biogeography 24 (6), 703-715, 1997
The spread of the cat, Felis catus, in Australia: re-examination of the current conceptual model with additional information.
IAN Abbott
Conservation Science Western Australia, 2008
Mammalian faunal collapse in Western Australia, 1875-1925: the hypothesised role of epizootic disease and a conceptual model of its origin, introduction, transmission, and spread
I Abbott
Australian Zoologist 33 (4), 530-561, 2006
Fire in ecosystems of south-west Western Australia: impacts and management
I Abbott, N Burrows
Backhuys Publishers, 2003
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