Introduction

Over the years research staff employed by the Government of Western Australia have produced many papers on the Western Australian flora and fauna.

Research dating back to 1896 is available and represents the first database of the research conducted on Western Australia's flora, fauna and forest since the establishment of Government in the 1890s.

Research by the following departments and agencies is available:

  • Forests Department (1896–1984)
  • Departments of Fisheries, Fisheries & Fauna and Fisheries & Wildlife (1898-1984)
  • State Gardens Board (1920–1956)
  • National Parks Board & Authority (1956–1984)
  • Government Botanist & forest entomologists of the Department of Agriculture (1897-1928)
  • State & Western Australian Herbarium (Department of Agriculture, 1921–1988)
  • Department of Conservation and Land Management (now Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions) Research Division (RD), Science and Information Division (SID), CALMScience Division (CSD), Science Division (SD), Science and Conservation Division (SCD) and Biodiversity and Conservation Science (BCS; 1985–present)

What is included? What is excluded?

Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.

As this bibliography is on Western Australian flora and fauna by staff of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and its predecessors, papers and reports on topics such as general departmental management, sheep, wheat, commercial marine fisheries, trout, etc. have been excluded. Also excluded are papers by staff of other Government departments and authorities such as the Western Australian Museum.

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Most of the titles in this database can be found within the catalogue of the DBCA Library.

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Abbott I (2019). Contributions to the History of Australasian Ornithology. Volumes 3 and 4 by William E. Davis Jr, Walter E. Boles and Harry F. Recher (eds). Published by Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 2017 & 2018 (BOOK REVIEW). Pacific Conservation Biology 25, pp. 215–217

Adam A, Thomas L, Galaiduk R, Radford B, Tomlinson S, Bunce M et al. (2019). Marine reserve assessments are sensitive to habitat, fishing activity and survey method: a 30-year meta-analysis from Ningaloo Reef (ABSTRACT). In AMSA 2019: Marine Science for a Blue Economy, 7-11 July 2019, Fremantle, Perth: Program Handbook p. 48

Adams VM, Barnes M, Pressey RL (2019). Shortfalls in conservation evidence: moving from ecological effects of interventions to policy evaluation. One Earth 1, pp. 62–75

Ahrens CW, Byrne M, Rymer PD (2019). Standing genomic variation within coding and regulatory regions contributes to the adaptive capacity to climate in a foundation tree species. Molecular Ecology 28, pp. 2502–2516

Ahrens CW, Mazanec RA, Paap T, Ruthrof KX, Challis A, Hardy G et al. [Byrne M] (2019). Adaptive variation for growth and resistance to a novel pathogen along climatic gradients in a foundation tree. Evolutionary Applications 12, pp. 1179–1190

Algar D, Johnston M, Pink C (2019). Big island feral cat eradication campaigns: an overview and status update of two significant examples. In Island Invasives: Scaling up to Meet the Challenge: Proceedings of the International Conference on Island Invasives 2017 IUCN, Gland. pp. 238–243

Algar D, Johnston M, Tiller C, Fletcher J, Onus M, Desmond G et al. [Hamilton, N] (2019). Feral cat eradication on Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, 11-15th February 2019 p. 16

Anderson BM, Thiele KR, Grierson PF, Krauss SL, Nevill P, Small I et al. [Barrett MD] (2019). Recent range expansion in Australian hummock grasses (Triodia) inferred using genotyping-by-sequencing. AoB Plants 11, pp.

Armbruster WS, Wege JA (2019). Detecting canalization and intra-floral modularity in triggerplant (Stylidium) flowers: correlations are only part of the story. Annals of Botany 123, pp. 355–372

Arnall SG, Mitchell NJ, Kuchling G, Durell B, Kooijman SALM, Kearney MR (2019). Life in the slow lane? A dynamic energy budget model for the western swamp turtle, Pseudemydura umbrina. Journal of Sea Research 143, pp. 89–99

Asher RJ, von Senger DM (2019). Return to 1616: the ecological restoration of Dirk Hartog Island (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, 11-15th February 2019 p. 15

Ayre BM, Roberts DG, Phillips RD, Hopper SD, Krauss SL (2019). Near-neighbour optimal outcrossing in the bird-pollinated Anigozanthos manglesii. Annals of Botany 124, pp. 423–436

Bach LL, Saunders BJ, Newman SJ, Holmes TH, Harvey ES (2019). Cross and long-shore variations in reef fish assemblage structure and implications for biodiversity management. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 218, pp. 246–257

Bai L, Maslin BR, Triboun P, Xia N, Leong-Škornicková J (2019). Unravelling the identity and nomenclatural history of Zingiber montanum and establishing Z. purpureum as the correct name for Cassumunar ginger. Taxon 68, pp. 1334–1349

Ball D, Bryant S, Moro D (2019). Island Arks Australia: can it guide a renaissance in Australian island conservation? (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, 11-15th February 2019 p. 21

Bancroft K (2019). Monitoring mangroves. Landscope 35(1), pp. 48–52

Barbosa AD, Austen J, Portas TJ, Friend JA, Ahlstrom LA, Oskam CL et al. (2019). Sequence analyses at mitochondrial and nuclear loci reveal a novel Theileria sp. and aid in the phylogenetic resolution of piroplasms from Australian marsupials and ticks. PLoS One 14,

Barnes M (2019). Structured decision making to support threatened species conservation. Abstract of presentation at 2019 WA Threatened Species Forum, 5-6 September, Geraldton. p. 1

Barratt P, Clarke A (2019). Unseasonally dry wetlands a challenge for the WA Bittern Project. Western Australian Bird Notes 172, pp. 20–21

Barrett MD (2019). Triodia veniciae (Poaceae), a new species from the Pilbara region, Western Australia. Nuytsia 30, pp. 221–228

Barrett MD, Handasyde T (2019). Elionurus tylophorus (Poaceae: Paniceae: Andropogoneae), a new species from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Nuytsia 30, pp. 177–194

Barrow D, Halford AR (2019). A modified biopsy needle with pole for repeatable tissue extraction from free-ranging crocodiles. Wildlife Society Bulletin 43, pp. 308–312

Bateman AM, Erickson TE, Merritt DJ, Muñoz-Rojas M (2019). Inorganic soil amendments alter seedling performance of native plant species in post-mining arid zone rehabilitation. Journal of Environmental Management 241, pp. 179–186

Bateman AM, Erickson TE, Merritt DJ, Veneklaas EJ, Muñoz-Rojas M (2019). Water availability drives the effectiveness of inorganic amendments to increase plant growth and substrate quality. Catena 182,

Bateman AM, Muñoz-Rojas M (2019). To whom the burden of soil degradation and management concerns. Advances in Chemical Pollution, Environmental Management and Protection 4, pp. 1–22

Baughman O, Boyd C, Brown V, Clenet D, Davies K, Erickson T et al. [Ritchie A] (2019). State of the research: using activated carbon in herbicide protection pods to simultaneously reseed desirable species and treat invasive annual weeds (ABSTRACT). In SER 2019, 8th World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Restoring Land, Water & Community Resilience: Book of Abstracts, September 24-28, Cape Town, South Africa p. 15

Belton GS, Draisma SGA Prud’homme van Reine WF, Huisman JM, Gurgel CFD (2019). A taxonomic reassessment of Caulerpa (Chlorophyta: Caulerpaceae) in southern Australia, based on tufA and rbcL sequence data. Phycologia 58, pp. 234–253

Benkwitt CE, Wilson SK, Graham NAJ (2019). Seabird nutrient subsidies alter patterns of algal abundance and fish biomass on coral reefs following a bleaching event. Global Change Biology 25, pp. 2619–2632

Bentley BP, Whiting SD, Mitchell NJ (2019). End of the line? Nesting phenology shifts unable to mitigate adverse impacts of climate change on winter nesting sea turtles (ABSTRACT). In SICB 2019 Annual Meeting Abstracts, January 3-7 2019, Tampa, FL p. 28

Bessey C, Rule MJ, Dasey M, Brearley A, Huisman JM, Wilson SK et al. [Kendrick AJ] (2019). Geology is a significant indicator of algal cover and invertebrate species composition on intertidal reefs of Ngari Capes Marine Park, south-western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 70, pp. 270–279

Bezemer N (2019). Sex on the rocks: genetic structure, pollen dispersal and recruitment in Eucalyptus caesia, a bird-pollinated tree endemic on granite outcrops (ABSTRACT). In ESA19, Ecological Society of Australia 2019 Annual Conference, Launceston, Tasmania, 25-29 November 2019 p. 20

Bezemer N, Hopper SD, Krauss SL, Phillips RD, Roberts DG (2019). Primary pollinator exclusion has divergent consequences for pollen dispersal and mating in different populations of a bird-pollinated tree. Molecular Ecology 28, pp. 4883–4898

Bezemer N, Krauss SL, Roberts DG (2019). No evidence for early inbreeding depression in planted seedlings of Eucalyptus caesia, an anciently fragmented tree endemic on granite outcrops. Plant Ecology 220, pp. 1101–1108

Bezemer N, Krauss SL, Roberts DG, Hopper SD (2019). Conservation of old individual trees and small populations is integral to maintain species’ genetic diversity of a historically fragmented woody perennial. Molecular Ecology 28, pp. 3339–3357

Binks R, Byrne M, van Leeuwen S (2019). Genetic assessment of Aluta quadrata across the Western Range. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 20 p.

Binks R, Gibson N, Ottewell K, Macdonald B, Byrne M (2019). Predicting contemporary range-wide genomic variation using climatic, phylogeographic and morphological knowledge in an ancient, unglaciated landscape. Journal of Biogeography 46, pp. 503–514

Binks RM, Byrne M, McMahon K, Pitt G, Murray K, Evans RD (2019). Habitat discontinuities form strong barriers to gene flow among mangrove populations, despite the capacity for long-distance dispersal. Diversity and Distributions 25, pp. 298–309

Birch N, Dunlop J, Moore H, Cowan M (2019). Northern quoll targeted surveys in the Chichester Ranges. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 49 p.

Blythman M, Burbidge A (2019). Observations of rainbow lorikeets feeding on the ground. Western Australian Bird Notes 172, pp. 27–29

Blythman M, Sansom J (2019). Devitalising bird-seed to prevent dispersal of weeds by birds. Australian Field Ornithology 36, pp. 31–33

Bonnin L, Robbins WD, Boussarie G, Kiszka JJ, Dagorn L, Mouillot D et al. (2019). Repeated long-range migrations of adult males in a common Indo-Pacific reef shark. Coral Reefs 38, pp. 1121–1132

Brace AJ, Ruthrof KX, Fontaine JB, Froend R, Hopkins A (2019). Understanding soil microbial community shifts in response to fire and weed invasions in urban Banksia woodlands (ABSTRACT). In AusME 2019, Australian Microbial Ecology Conference, 11-13 February 2019, University of Western Australia pp. 63–64

Bradbury D, Binks RM, Coates DJ, Byrne M (2019). Conservation genomics of range disjunction in a global biodiversity hotspot: a case study of Banksia biterax (Proteaceae) in southwestern Australia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 127, pp. 390–406

Breed M, Harrison P, Blyth C, Byrne M, Gaget V, Gellie N et al. (2019). Using genomics to restore ecosystems and biodiversity (ABSTRACT). In SER 2019, 8th World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Restoring Land, Water & Community Resilience: Book of Abstracts, September 24-28, Cape Town, South Africa p. 30

Breed MF, Harrison PA, Blyth C, Byrne M, Gaget V, Gellie NJC et al. (2019). The potential of genomics for restoring ecosystems and biodiversity. Nature Reviews Genetics 20, pp. 615–628

Brouwers N, Hardy G, Ruthrof KX, Matusick G, Zeppel M (2019). Climate change: trees under pressure. Austral Ecology 44, pp. 935–940

Brown AP, Brockman G (2019). Paracaleana ferricola (Orchidaceae), a new, rare species from the southwest of Western Australia. Nuytsia 30, pp. 287–289

Brown AP, Davis RW (2019). Eremophila oldfieldii subsp. papula, E. sericea and E. xantholaema (Scrophulariaceae), three new taxa from Western Australia. Nuytsia 30, pp. 25–31

Brown V, Ritchie A, Stevens J, Harris R, Madsen M, Erickson T (2019). Protecting direct seeded grasses from herbicide application: can new extruded pellet formulations be used in restoring natural plant communities? (ABSTRACT). In SER 2019, 8th World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Restoring Land, Water & Community Resilience: Book of Abstracts, September 24-28, Cape Town, South Africa pp. 32–33

Brown VS, Ritchie AL, Stevens JC, Harris RJ, Madsen MD, Erickson TE (2019). Protecting direct seeded grasses from herbicide application: can new extruded pellet formulations be used in restoring natural plant communities?. Restoration Ecology 27, pp. 488–494

Brundrett M, Wisolith A, Collins M, Longman V, Clarke K (2019). Several complimentary plant establishment methods are required to restore banksia woodland (ABSTRACT). In Nature City Seminar: Book of Abstracts p. 6

Bull JP, Dillon SJ, Brealey DR (2019). Acacia corusca (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae), a new species from the Pilbara bioregion in north-western Australia. Nuytsia 30, pp. 19–22

Bunn E, Turner S (2019). Threatened plant translocation case study: Symonanthus bancroftii (Bancroft's symonanthus), Solanaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(3), pp. 16–18

Burbidge A (comp) (2019). Bibliography for Carnaby’s black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris). Available at https://birdlife.org.au/documents/Bibliography_for_Carnabys_Black-Cockatoo.pdf. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. pp.

Burbidge A, Blythman M, Danks A, Hamilton N (2019). Bringing back the birds of the Montebellos. Landscope 34(3), pp. 28–33

Burbidge A, Comer S, Danks A (2019). Perpetual optimism maintained by long-term commitment: recovery of noisy scrub-birds and western ground parrots (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Ornithological Conference, Darwin 2019: Abstracts Booklet p. 39

Burbidge A, Comer S, Utber D, Pinder J, Thomas A, Berryman A (2019). Parks and Wildlife update: South West Fauna Recovery Project (SWFRP). Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Newsletter 81, pp. 1–4

Burbidge AH, Cowen S, Comer S, Ford S (2019). Judging success in translocations of birds to islands (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, 11-15th February 2019 p. 22

Burrows N (2019). Final call out. PowerPoint presentation at Sixth International Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference, Sydney, April 29-May 3, 2019. 17 p.

Burrows N, Ward B, Wills A, Williams M, Cranfield R (2019). Fine-scale change in jarrah forest understory vegetation assemblages over time is independent of fire regime. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. DBCA, Kensington, WA. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Information Sheet 94, p.

Burrows N, Ward B, Wills A, Williams M, Cranfield R (2019). Fine-scale temporal turnover of jarrah forest understory vegetation assemblages is independent of fire regime. Fire Ecology 15, pp.

Butcher R, Hislop M (2019). Gastrolobium sp. Harvey (G.J.Keighery 16821) (Fabaceae) is not distinct from G. capitatum. Nuytsia 30, pp. 23–24

Byrne M (2019). Genetics and ecology of plant species occurring on the banded iron formations in the Yilgarn, Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 67, pp. 165–171

Byrne M (2019). Genomics and gene editing innovations in restoration (ABSTRACT). In SER 2019, 8th World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Restoring Land, Water & Community Resilience: Book of Abstracts, September 24-28, Cape Town, South Africa pp. 34–35

Byrne M (2019). Moving plants: revealing the past and informing the future. Australasian Plant Conservation 27, pp. 3–5

Byrne M, Krauss SL, Millar MA, Elliott CP, Coates DJ, Yates C et al. [Binks RM, Nistelberger H, Butcher R, Barrett M, Gibson N] (2019). Persistence and stochasticity are key determinants of genetic diversity in plants associated with banded iron formation inselbergs. Biological Reviews 94, pp. 753–772

Cale D, Pinder A (2019). Waterbird and invertebrate communities at Toolibin and Walbyring lakes during the 2017 fill event. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 40 p.

Cale D, Pinder A (2019). Wheatbelt wetland biodiversity monitoring: fauna monitoring at Lake Pleasant View 1999-2012. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 28 p.

Carey N, Cross AT, Barrett MD, Robson BJ (2019). Do active-dispersing insects dominate the invertebrate fauna of rock pools in the wet-dry tropics, Kimberley, Australia?. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29, pp. 1175–1189

Chabanne D, Marley S, Menzies J, Nicholson K, Raudino H, Salgado Kent C (2019). Dolphin Watch. Landscope 34(3), pp. 12–19

Chapman J, Zdunic K (2019). Red Hill annual desktop fire regime monitoring, 2018. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 29 p.

Chapman J, Zdunic K (2019). Yarraloola annual desktop fire regime monitoring, 2018. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 27 p.

Chilton AM, Munoz-Rojas M, Neilan BA (2019). Australian biocrusts in arid land rehabilitation (ABSTRACT). In AusME 2019, Australian Microbial Ecology Conference, 11-13 February 2019, University of Western Australia pp. 20–21

Clarke A, Comer S, Burbidge A, Barratt P, Stokes V (2019). The Australasian bittern in Western Australia. Poster presented at South Coast Threatened Species Forum, November 30-December 1, 2019, Albany.

Clarke H, D’Olivo JP, Conde M, Evans RD, McCulloch MT (2019). Coral records of variable stress impacts and possible acclimatization to recent marine heat wave events on the Northwest Shelf of Australia. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 34, pp. 1672–1688

Cochrane A (2019). Effects of temperature on germination in eight Western Australian herbaceous species. Folia Geobotanica 54, pp. 29–42

Cochrane A (2019). Multi-year sampling provides insight into the bet-hedging capacity of the soil-stored seed reserve of a threatened Acacia species from Western Australia. Plant Ecology 220, pp. 241–253

Cochrane A, Monks L (2019). Lack of fire and insect herbivory constrain recruitment in a rare legume from Western Australia. Austral Ecology 44, pp. 1245–1255

Comer S, Burbidge A, Danks A (2019). Stories of hope: perpetual optimism maintained by long-term commitment and collaboration: the recovery of noisy scrub-birds and western ground parrots. Abstract of presentation at South Coast Threatened Species Forum, November 30-December 1, 2019, Albany. p. 1

Comer S, Burbidge A, Mair G, Butler S (2019). Bushfire impacts western ground parrots: again. Western Australian Bird Notes 169, pp. 19–20

Comer S, Butler S, Massenbauer E, Cowen S, Utber D, Atkins D et al. (2019). Blazing arks, potential refugia and management of threatened species on Mondrain Island (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, 11-15th February 2019 p. 23

Comer S, Thomas A, Berryman A, Pinder J, Burbidge A (2019). Acoustic monitoring informing recovery efforts for the critically endangered (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Ornithological Conference, Darwin 2019: Abstracts Booklet p. 15

Commander L (ed) (2019). Nature City Seminar: Book of Abstracts. 23 p.

Commander L, Merino-Martin L, Golos P, Elliott C, Stevens J, Miller B (2019). Designing soil covers for ecological restoration of mine waste (POSTER ABSTRACT). In State of Soil Science WA: Soil Science Australia WA Branch Conference, 4-6 December 2019, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia p. 50

Commander L, Merino-Martin L, Golos P, Elliott C, Stevens J, Miller B (2019). Designing soil covers for ecological restoration of mine waste. Poster presented at State of Soil Science WA: Soil Science Australia WA Branch Conference, 4-6 December 2019, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.

Coote M, Pinder A, Davis R, Huntley B (2019). Trip report: DBCA Lake Carnegie reconnaissance, 1-8 October 2019. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 16 p.

Cowan M, Teale R, Schmitt L, How R (2019). Variation in the herpetofauna on islands of the Houtman Abrolhos archipelago, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, 11-15th February 2019 p. 57

Cowen S (2019). Return to 1616: re-introductions to Dirk Hartog Island. PowerPoint presentation: Birdlife WA monthly meeting, 25 March 2019. 33 p.

Cowen S, Clausen, L, Algar D, Comer S (2019). Using genetics to evaluate the success of a feral cat (Felis catus) control program in north-western Australia. Animals 9,

Cowen S, Rayner K, Scheelen L, Sims C, Gibson L (2019). Dirk Hartog Island National Park Ecological Restoration Project: stage two, year one, translocation and monitoring report. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 62 p.

Cowen S, Sims C, Angus J, Garretson S, Morris K, Rayner K et al. [Gibson L] (2019). Island hopping: translocations of hare-wallabies between remote islands (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 32nd Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in Remote Landscapes, 3-5 December 2019, Darwin, NT, Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 63

Cowen S, Sims C, Angus J, Garretson S, Rayner K, Morris K (2019). Wirruwana's wallabies: translocations of banded and rufous hare-wallabies to Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, 11-15th February 2019 p. 19

Cowen S, Sims C, Gibson L (2019). The challenges of managing threatened species translocations in remote landscapes or Island hopping 101. PowerPoint presentation at 2019 WA Threatened Species Forum, 5-6 September, Geraldton. 15 p.

Crawford A (2019). Back from the dead: the rediscovery of a presumed extinct Acacia. In Australian Seedbank Partnership: Safeguarding Australia's Flora Through a National Network of Native Plant Seed Banks: 2018-19 Annual Report Council of Heads of Australian Botanic Gardens Incorporated, Canberra. pp. 13–14

Crawford A (2019). Collecting and storing seed of threatened flora for translocation. PowerPoint presentation at Threatened Plant Translocation Workshop, Thursday 14 March, 2019, Kensington, Perth. 21 p.

Crawford A (2019). Setback and success: collecting for the 1000 species project. In Australian Seedbank Partnership: Safeguarding Australia's Flora Through a National Network of Native Plant Seed Banks: 2018-19 Annual Report Council of Heads of Australian Botanic Gardens Incorporated, Canberra. pp. 22–23

Crawford A, Monks L, Chant A (2019). Towards recovery of the scaly-leaved featherflower. Australasian Plant Conservation 28(1), pp. 32–33

Cresswell AK, Langlois TJ, Wilson SK, Claudet J, Thomson DP, Renton M et al. [Holmes TH] (2019). Disentangling the response of fishes to recreational fishing over 30 years within a fringing coral reef reserve network. Biological Conservation 237, pp. 514–524

Cresswell AK, Langlois TJ, Wilson SK, Claudet J, Thomson DP, Vanderklift M et al. [Holmes TH] (2019). Marine reserve assessments are sensitive to habitat, fishing activity and survey method: a 30-year meta-analysis from Ningaloo Reef (ABSTRACT). In AMSA 2019: Marine Science for a Blue Economy, 7-11 July 2019, Fremantle, Perth: Program Handbook p. 78

Crewe T, Collett S, Radford I, Campbell H (2019). Tracking movements to assess the impact of fire regime and seed distribution on finch populations (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 32nd Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in Remote Landscapes, 3-5 December 2019, Darwin, NT, Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 49

Cross S, Tomlinson S, Craig M, Bateman B (2019). Using monitors to monitor mine site restoration: how does Australia’s largest lizard species respond to mine site restoration? (ABSTRACT). In SER 2019, 8th World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Restoring Land, Water & Community Resilience: Book of Abstracts, September 24-28, Cape Town, South Africa p. 48

Cross SL, Tomlinson S, Craig MD, Dixon KW, Bateman PW (2019). Overlooked and undervalued: the neglected role of fauna and a global bias in ecological restoration assessments. Pacific Conservation Biology 25, pp. 331–341

Dajka J-C, Wilson SK, Robinson JPW, Chong-Seng KM, Harris A, Graham NAJ (2019). Uncovering drivers of juvenile coral density following mass bleaching. Coral Reefs 38, pp. 637–649

Dalziell EL, Baskin CC, Baskin JM, Young RE, Dixon KW, Merritt DJ (2019). Morphophysiological dormancy in the basal angiosperm order Nymphaeales. Annals of Botany 123, pp. 95–106

Dalziell EL, Funnekotter B, Mancera RL, Merritt DJ (2019). Seed storage behaviour of tropical members of the aquatic basal angiosperm genus Nymphaea L. (Nymphaeaceae). Conservation Physiology 7, pp.

Danks MA, Hopkins AJM, Power MWP, Bunce M, Birnbaum C, de Meyer SE et al. [Ruthrof KX] (2019). Microbial assemblages of post-mining soils on Christmas Island: beneficial microbes for agricultural production (ABSTRACT). In AusME 2019, Australian Microbial Ecology Conference, 11-13 February 2019, University of Western Australia pp. 21–22

Danks MA, Hopkins AJM, Power MWP, Bunce M, Birnbaum C, de Meyer SE et al. [Ruthrof KX] (2019). Microbial assemblages of post-mining soils on Christmas Island: beneficial microbes for agricultural production. PowerPoint presentation at AusME 2019, Australian Microbial Ecology conference, 11-13 February 2019, University of Western Australia. 26 p.

Darling ES, McClanahan TR, Maina J, Gurney GG, Graham NAJ, Januchowski-Hartley F et al. [Shedrawi G, Wilson S] (2019). Social-environmental drivers inform strategic management of coral reefs in the Anthropocene. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3, pp. 1341–1350

Davis RA, Lohr CA, Roberts JD (2019). Frog survival and population viability in an agricultural landscape with a drying climate. Population Ecology 61, pp. 102–112

Davison E (2019). Identifying some local mushrooms. Bushland News 109, p. 13

Davison EM, Bougher NL, Brundrett MC, Hart R, Knight KJ (2019). Fungi: the invisible linkage. In A Jewel in the Crown of a Global Biodiversity Hotspot Kwongan Foundation, Perth. pp. 295–314

Davoodian N, Bougher NL, Fechner NA, Bergemann SE, Halling RE (2019). Three new species of Gyroporus (Boletales: Basidiomycota) from Australia. Muelleria 37, pp. 101–107

De Brauwer M, Gordon LM, Shalders TC, Saunders BJ, Archer M, Harvey ES et al. (2019). Behavioural and pathomorphological impacts of flash photography on benthic fishes. Scientific Reports 9, pp.

De Brauwer M, Saunders BJ, Shalders TC (2019). Flash photography doesn't harm seahorses: but don't touch. The Conversation Jan, pp. 1–5

Delnevo N, Piotti A, van Etten EJ, Stock WD, Byrne M (2019). Isolation, characterization, and cross-amplification of 20 microsatellite markers for Conospermum undulatum (Proteaceae). Applications in Plant Sciences 7,

Densmore VS (2019). Key factors contributing to two pyrocumulonimbus clouds erupting during a prescribed burn in Western Australia. Paper presented at Sixth International Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference, Sydney, April 29-May 3, 2019. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 6 p.

Densmore VS (2019). Key factors contributing to two pyrocumulonimbus clouds erupting during a prescribed burn in Western Australia. Video presentation at Centre of Excellence for Prescribed Burning: Unexpected fire behaviour, 1st Nov 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewZyGVusQrw.

Densmore VS, Clingan ES (2019). Prescribed burning in a Mediterranean-climate region mitigates the disturbance by bushfire to a critical food resource for an endangered bird, the Carnaby’s cockatoo. Fire Ecology 15,

Densmore VS, Clingan ES (2019). Prescribed burning in banksia woodland mitigates the disturbance by bushfire to a critical food resource for the endangered Carnaby’s cockatoo (ABSTRACT). In Prescribed Burning Conference 2019: Evidence & Policy: Conference Program, 31 July-1 Aug 2019, the University of Western Australia pp. 13–14

Densmore VS, Clingan ES (2019). Prescribed burning in banksia woodland mitigates the disturbance by bushfire to a critical food resource for the endangered Carnaby’s cockatoo. PowerPoint presentation at Prescribed Burning Conference 2019: Evidence & Policy: 31 July-1 Aug 2019, the University of Western Australia. 16 p.

Deshpande AS, Krishnan S, Janarthanam MK, Maslin BR (2019). Annotated checklist of Senegalia and Vachellia (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) for the Indian subcontinent. Nordic Journal of Botany 34, pp.

Dethmers K, Treml E, Leiper I, Adnyana IBW, McMahon C, Jensen MP et al. [Whiting S] (2019). Ghost nets jeopardise the remaining olive ridley populations of the SE Asia-W Pacific region (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 29 February to 4 March 2016, Lima, Peru p. 191

Dixon B, Krauss S (2019). Threatened plant translocation case study: Grevillea scapigera (Corrigin grevillea), Proteaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(3), pp. 22–25

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Parker CM, Davis RW (2019). Plant of the month, July 2019: Grevillea drummondii Meisn., Drummond's grevillea. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2019). Plant of the month, June 2019: Thelymitra pulcherrima Jeanes. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

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