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Publications (41)

Departmental Publications (41)

Found 41 items

2016

Radford I, Fairman R (2016). Mammals thriving in the prince of parks. Landscope 31(3), pp. 50–52

Radford I, Fairman R (2016). Surveying Mirima: capturing change. Landscope 31(4), pp. 39–41

2015

Radford IJ, Fairman R (2015). Fauna and vegetation responses to fire and invasion by toxic cane toads (Rhinella marina) in an obligate seeder-dominated tropical savanna in the Kimberley, northern Australia. Wildlife Research 42, pp. 302–314

Radford IJ, Gibson LA, Corey B, Carnes K, Fairman R (2015). Influence of fire mosaics, habitat characteristics and cattle disturbance on mammals in fire-prone savanna landscapes of the northern Kimberley. PLoS One 10, pp. 1–16

2014

Andersen AN, Bocciarelli D, Fairman R, Radford IJ (2014). Conservation status of ants in an iconic region of monsoonal Australia: levels of endemism and responses to fire in the eastern Kimberley. Journal of Insect Conservation 18, pp. 137–146

Radford IJ, Dickman CR, Start AN, Palmer C, Carnes K, Everitt C, et al. [Fairman R] (2014). Mammals of Australia's tropical savannas: a conceptual model of assemblage structure and regulatory factors in the Kimberley Region. PLoS One 9, pp. 1–13

2013

Radford I, Thomson-Dans, Fairman R, Hatherley E (2013). Kimberley mammals bouncing back. Landscope 28(3), pp. 32–38

2011

Radford IJ, Fairman R, Cook A (2011). Implications of Kimberley fire ecology research for conservation management (ABSTRACT). In Western Australian Bushfire Research Forum 2011, 12 and 13 October 2011: Book of Abstracts p. 21

2009

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG, Dunne CP (2009). Ecosystem dynamics altered by pathogen-mediated changes following invasion of Banksia woodland and Eucalyptus marginata forest biomes of south-western Australia by Phytophthora cinnamomi. Australasian Plant Pathology 38, pp. 417–436

2008

Radford I, Fairman R (2008). Preliminary report: fire responses of threatened mammals, and other taxa, in the Mitchell River area, north Kimberley, WA. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kununurra. 15 p.

2007

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (2007). A stem injection of phosphite protects Banksia species and Eucalyptus marginata from Phytophthora cinnamomi for at least four years. Australasian Plant Pathology 36, pp. 78–86

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (2007). Application of phosphite in a high-volume foliar spray delays and reduces the rate of mortality of four Banksia species infected with Phytophthora cinnamomi. Australasian Plant Pathology 36, pp. 358–368

Yates CJ, Elliott C, Byrne M, Coates DJ, Fairman R (2007). Seed production, germinability and seedling growth for a bird pollinated shrub in fragments of kwongan in south-west Australia. Biological Conservation 136, pp. 306–314

2006

Shearer BL, Fairman RG, Grant MJ (2006). Effective concentration of phosphite in controlling Phytophthora cinnamomi following stem injection of Banksia species and Eucalyptus marginata. Forest Pathology 36, pp. 119–135

2004

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG (2004). Phosphite reduces disease extension and the rate of extension of Phytophthora cinnamomi in Banksia woodland, even after fire. Australasian Plant Pathology 33, pp. 249–254

2003

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG (2003). Phosphite reduces disease extension and the rate of extension of Phytophthora cinnamomi in Banksia woodland, even after fire (POSTER). In Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems: 2nd International IUFRO Working Party 7.02.09 Meeting, Albany, W. Australia, 30th Sept-5th Oct, 2001 p. 271

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG (2003). Phosphite reduces the rate of spread of Phytophthora cinnamomi in Banksia woodland, even after fire (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems: 2nd International IUFRO Working Party 7.02.09 Meeting, Albany, W. Australia, 30th Sept-5th Oct, 2001 p. 270

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (2003). Foliar application of phosphite delays and reduces the rate of mortality of three Banksia species in communities infested with Phytophthora cinnamomi (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems: 2nd International IUFRO Working Party 7.02.09 Meeting, Albany, W. Australia, 30th Sept-5th Oct, 2001 p. 269

2001

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG (2001). Phosphite reduces the rate of spread of Phytophthora cinnamomi in Banksia woodland, even after fire (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Meeting Handbook: Second International IUFRO Meeting on Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems, 30 September-5 October 2001, Albany, Western Australia p. 44

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (2001). Foliar application of phosphite delays and reduces the rate of mortality of three Banksia species in communities infested with Phytophthora cinnamomi (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Meeting Handbook: Second International IUFRO Meeting on Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems, 30 September-5 October 2001, Albany, Western Australia p. 45

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (2001). Phosphite inhibits lesion development of Phytophthora cinnamomi for at least four years following trunk injection of Banksia species and Eucalyptus marginata (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Meeting Handbook: Second International IUFRO Meeting on Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems, 30 September-5 October 2001, Albany, Western Australia p. 45

1998

Komorek BM, Shearer BL, Blumberg M, Crane C, Fairman R (1998). Refinement of techniques and identification of resources for the long term control of Phytophthora with phosphonate. Part A, effects of phosphonate concentration and application frequency on the duration of control. In Control of Phytophthora and Diplodina Canker in Western Australia: Final Report to the Threatened Species and Communities Unit, Biodiversity Group, Environment Australia, December 1998 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 21–64

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG, Grant MJ (1998). Susceptibility of plant species in coastal dune vegetation of south-western Australia to killing by Armillaria luteobubalina. Australian Journal of Botany 46, pp. 321–334

1997

Komorek BM, Shearer BL, Blumberg M, Crane C, Fairman R, Smith B (1997). The control of Phytophthora in native plant communities. Part A, application technologies and phosphonate movement in the host. In Control of Phytophthora and Diplodina Canker in Western Australia: Final Report to the Threatened Species and Communities Unit, Biodiversity Group, Environment Australia, May 1997 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–59

Komorek BM, Shearer BL, Blumberg MV, Fairman RG (1997). Potassium phosphite: effective chemical tool in the protection of native flora threatened by Phytophthora (ABSTRACT). In Programme and Summaries: Australasian Plant Pathology Society, 11th Biennial Conference: Perth, 1997, Monday 29 September-Thursday 2 October, Rendezvous Observation City Hotel, Perth, Western Australia p. 34

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG, Grant MJ (1997). Occurrence of Armillaria luteobubalina and pathogen mediated changes in coastal dune vegetation of south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 45, pp. 905–917

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (1997). Foliar application of phosphite delays and reduces the rate of mortality of three Banksia species in communities infested with Phytophthora cinnamomi (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Programme and Summaries: Australasian Plant Pathology Society, 11th Biennial Conference: Perth, 1997, Monday 29 September-Thursday 2 October, Rendezvous Observation City Hotel, Perth, Western Australia p. 180

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (1997). Phosphite inhibits lesion development of Phytophthora cinnamomi for at least four years following trunk injection of Banksia species and Eucalyptus marginata (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Programme and Summaries: Australasian Plant Pathology Society, 11th Biennial Conference: Perth, 1997, Monday 29 September-Thursday 2 October, Rendezvous Observation City Hotel, Perth, Western Australia p. 181

1996

Komorek B, Shearer B, Blumberg M, Crane C, Fairman R (1996). The control of Phytophthora in native plant communities. Part A, application technologies and phosphonate behaviour in the host. In Control of Phytophthora and Diplodina Canker in Western Australia: Annual Report to the Endangered Species Unit, Australian Nature Conservation Agency Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–12

Komorek B, Shearer B, Blumberg M, Crane C, Fairman R (1996). The control of Phytophthora in native plant communities. Part A, application technologies and phosphonate behaviour in the host. In Control of Phytophthora and Diplodina Canker in Western Australia: Progress Report to the Endangered Species Unit, Australian Nature Conservation Agency, October 1996 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–3

Shearer BL, Crane CE, Fairman RG (1996). Use of debilitating factors and host resistance to control Cryptodiaporthe melanocraspeda of Banksia coccinea. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 3 p.

1995

Shearer BL, Fairman RG, Bathgate JA (1995). Cryptodiaporthe melanocraspeda canker as a threat to Banksia coccinea on the south coast of Western Australia. Plant Disease 79, pp. 637–641

1994

Komorek B, Shearer B, Smith B, Fairman R (1994). The control of Phytophthora in native plant communities. In Control of Phytophthora and Diplodina Canker in Western Australia: Annual Report to the Endangered Species Unit, Australian Nature Conservation Agency Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–14

Komorek B, Shearer BL, Smith B, Fairman R (1994). Phosphonate offers a practical method for the control of Phytophthora cinnamomi in native plant communities (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Handbook of the Symposium on Plant Diseases in Ecosystems: Threats and Impacts in South-Western Australia p. 28

Shearer BL, Fairman RG, Crane C, Grant M (1994). Impact of Armillaria luteobubalina infestation in coastal dune communities of south-western Australia (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Handbook of the Symposium on Plant Diseases in Ecosystems: Threats and Impacts in South-Western Australia p. 35

1993

Kinal J, Shearer BL, Fairman RG (1993). Dispersal of Phytophthora cinnamomi through lateritic soil by laterally flowing subsurface water. Plant Disease 77, pp. 1085–1090

Komorek B, Shearer B, Smith B, Fairman R (1993). The control of Phytophthora in native plant communities. In Control of Phytophthora and Diplodina Canker in Western Australia: Phase 1 Report Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–2

1991

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (1991). Aerial canker fungi threatening Banksia coccinea (ABSTRACT). In Symposium on Conservation Biology in Australia and Oceania

Shearer BL, Fairman RG (1991). Control of Phytophthora species in native communities with phosphorous acid (ABSTRACT). In Symposium on Conservation Biology in Australia and Oceania

1987

Kinal J, Fairman RG, Shearer BL (1987). Perching and throughflow in relation to the impact of Phytophthora cinnamomi in the jarrah forest. In Australasian Plant Pathology Society: Sixth Conference: University of Adelaide, 11th-15th May 1990 Australasian Plant Pathology Society, Adelaide. p. 25

1982

Shearer BL, Shea SR, Fairman RG (1982). Infection of the stem and large roots of Eucalyptus marginata by Phytophthora cinnamomi. Australasian Plant Pathology 10, pp. 1–4