David Roshier
David Roshier
University of Adelaide, Fauna Research Alliance
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A fresh framework for the ecology of arid Australia
SR Morton, DMS Smith, CR Dickman, DL Dunkerley, MH Friedel, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 75 (4), 313-329, 2011
Responses of waterbirds to flooding in an arid region of Australia and implications for conservation
DA Roshier, AI Robertson, RT Kingsford
Biological conservation 106 (3), 399-411, 2002
Distribution and persistence of temporary wetland habitats in arid Australia in relation to climate
DA Roshier, PH Whetton, RJ Allan, AI Robertson
Austral Ecology 26 (4), 371-384, 2001
Animal movement in dynamic landscapes: interaction between behavioural strategies and resource distributions
DA Roshier, VAJ Doerr, ED Doerr
Oecologia 156, 465-477, 2008
Continental-scale interactions with temporary resources may explain the paradox of large populations of desert waterbirds in Australia
DA Roshier, AI Robertson, RT Kingsford, DG Green
Landscape ecology 16, 547-556, 2001
Cues, strategies, and outcomes: how migrating vertebrates track environmental change
DW Winkler, C Jørgensen, C Both, AI Houston, JM McNamara, DJ Levey, ...
Movement Ecology 2, 1-15, 2014
The role of wild birds in the transmission of avian influenza for Australia: an ecological perspective
JP Tracey, R Woods, D Roshier, P West, GR Saunders
Emu 104 (2), 109-124, 2004
Australian waterbirds–time and space travellers in dynamic desert landscapes
RT Kingsford, DA Roshier, JL Porter
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (8), 875-884, 2010
What drives long‐distance movements in the nomadic Grey Teal Anas gracilis in Australia?
D Roshier, M Asmus, M Klaassen
Ibis 150 (3), 474-484, 2008
On animal distributions in dynamic landscapes
DA Roshier, JRW Reid
Ecography 26 (4), 539-544, 2003
Movements of a nomadic waterfowl, Grey Teal Anas gracilis, across inland Australia-results from satellite telemetry spanning fifteen months
DA Roshier, NI Klomp, M Asmus
ARDEA-WAGENINGEN- 94 (3), 461, 2006
Movement patterns of southern bell frogs (Litoria raniformis) in response to flooding
S Wassens, RJ Watts, A Jansen, D Roshier
Wildlife Research 35 (1), 50-58, 2008
Broad-scale mapping of temporary wetlands in arid Australia
DA Roshier, RM Rumbachs
Journal of Arid Environments 56 (2), 249-263, 2004
Boom & bust: bird stories for a dry country
L Robin, L Joseph, R Heinsohn
Csiro Publishing, 2009
Persistence through tough times: fixed and shifting refuges in threatened species conservation
AE Reside, NJ Briscoe, CR Dickman, AC Greenville, BA Hradsky, S Kark, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 28 (6), 1303-1330, 2019
Use of satellite telemetry on small-bodied waterfowl in Australia
DA Roshier, MW Asmus
Marine and Freshwater Research 60 (4), 299-305, 2009
Ground-based survey methods both overestimate and underestimate the abundance of suitable tree-cavities for the endangered Swift Parrot
D Stojanovic, M Webb, D Roshier, D Saunders, R Heinsohn
Emu-Austral Ornithology 112 (4), 350-356, 2012
Spatial ecology of a root parasite–from pattern to process
DM Watson, DA Roshier, T Wiegand
Austral Ecology 32 (4), 359-369, 2007
Annual variation in the distribution of summer snowdrifts in the Kosciuszko alpine area, Australia, and its effect on the composition and structure of alpine vegetation
T Edmonds, ID Lunt, DA Roshier, J Louis
Austral Ecology 31 (7), 837-848, 2006
Avian influenza in Australia: a summary of 5 years of wild bird surveillance
VL Grillo, KE Arzey, PM Hansbro, AC Hurt, S Warner, J Bergfeld, ...
Australian veterinary journal 93 (11), 387-393, 2015
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