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Publications: Burgar, Joanna

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Journal Article

Burgar, J.M., Stokes, V.L. and Craig, M.D (2017) Habitat features act as unidirectional and dynamic filters to bat use of production landscapes. Biological Conservation, 209 . pp. 280-288.

Burgar, J.M., Craig, M.D. and Stokes, V.L. (2015) The importance of mature forest as bat roosting habitat within a production landscape. Forest Ecology and Management, 356 . pp. 112-123.

Burgar, J.M., Murray, D.C., Craig, M.D., Haile, J., Houston, J., Stokes, V. and Bunce, M. (2014) Who's for dinner? High-throughput sequencing reveals bat dietary differentiation in a biodiversity hotspot where prey taxonomy is largely undescribed. Molecular Ecology, 23 (15). pp. 3605-3617.

Shackelford, N., Hobbs, R.J., Burgar, J.M., Erickson, T.E., Fontaine, J.B.ORCID: 0000-0002-6515-7864, Laliberté, E., Ramalho, C.E., Perring, M.P. and Standish, R.J. (2013) Primed for change: Developing ecological restoration for the 21st century. Restoration Ecology, 21 (3). pp. 297-304.

Conference Item

Burgar, J., Haile, J., Houston, J., Murray, D., Craig, M., Stokes, V. and Bunce, M. (2012) Who’s for dinner? Determining bat dietary preferences utilising high-throughput sequencing genetic analyses. In: Ecological Society of Australia, Annual Conference, 3 - 7 December, Melbourne, Australia.

Thesis

Burgar, Joanna (2014) Bat habitat use of restored jarrah eucalypt forests in south-western Australia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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