Publications: Lilith, Maggie
Calver, M.C., Lilith, M. and Dickman, C.R. (2013) A ‘perverse incentive’ from bibliometrics: could National Research Assessment Exercises (NRAEs) restrict literature availability for nature conservation? Scientometrics, 95 (1). pp. 243-255.
Calver, M.C., O’Brien, P.A. and Lilith, M. (2012) Australasian Plant Pathology: an analysis of authorship and citations in the 21st century. Australasian Plant Pathology, 41 (2). pp. 179-187.
Calver, M.C., Grayson, J., Lilith, M. and Dickman, C.R. (2011) Applying the precautionary principle to the issue of impacts by pet cats on urban wildlife. Biological Conservation, 144 (6). pp. 1895-1901.
Dhakal, S.P. and Lilith, M. (2011) Exploring the viability of community-based sustainability initiatives in Perth with a lens of social capital. In: 3rd World Planning Schools Congress (Track 16: Environment, Sustainability, Social Justice and Resource Management), 4 - 8 July, Perth, Western Australia.
Lilith, M., Calver, M.C. and Garkaklis, M. (2010) Do cat restrictions lead to increased species diversity or abundance of small and medium sized mammals in remnant urban bushland? Pacific Conservation Biology, 16 (3). pp. 162-172.
Lilith, M., Calver, M.C. and Garkaklis, M.J. (2008) Roaming habits of pet cats on the suburban fringe in Perth, Western Australia: What size buffer zone is needed to protect wildlife in reserves? In: Lunney, D., Munn, A. and Meikle, W., (eds.) Too close for comfort : contentious issues in human-wildlife encounters. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman, NSW, pp. 65-72.
Lilith, Maggie (2007) Do pet cats (Felis catus) have an impact on species richness and abundance of native mammals in low-density Western Australian suburbia? PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Lilith, M., Calver, M.C., Styles, I. and Garkaklis, M.J. (2006) Protecting wildlife from predation by owned domestic cats: Application of a precautionary approach to the acceptability of proposed cat regulations. Austral Ecology, 31 (2). pp. 176-189.