Publications

  1. PULSFORD S. A., LINDENMAYER, D. B. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (in press 28/7/17). Reptiles and frogs conform to multiple conceptual landscape models in an agricultural landscape. Diversity and Distributions.
  2. SCHEELE B. C., SKERRATT, L. F., HUNTER, D. A., BANKS, S. C., PIERSON, J. C., DRISCOLL, D. A., BYRNE, P. G. & BERGER, L. (in press 6 July 2017). Disease-associated change in an amphibian life-history trait. Oecologia.
  3. DRISCOLL D. A. & STRONG, C. (in press 29 June 2017). Covariation of soil nutrients drives occurrence of exotic and native plant species. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  4. KAY G. M., TULLOCH, A., BARTON, P. S., CUNNINGHAM, S. A., DRISCOLL, D. A. & LINDENMAYER, B. D. (in press, 29 June 2017). Species co-occurrence networks show reptile community reorganization under agricultural transformation. Ecography.
  5. PULSFORD S. A., DRISCOLL, D. A., BARTON, P. S. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (in press 15 March 2017). Remnant vegetation, plantings, and fences are beneficial for reptiles in agricultural landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  6. EVANS M. J., BANKS, S. C., DRISCOLL, D. A., HICKS, A. J., MELBOURNE, B. A. & DAVIES, K. F. (2017). Short- and long-term effects of habitat fragmentation differ but are predicted by response to the matrix. Ecology 98, 807–819.
  7. WATSON D. M., DOERR, V. A. J., BANKS, S. C., DRISCOLL, D. A., VAN DER REE, R., DOERR, E. D. & SUNNUCKS, P. (2017). Monitoring ecological consequences of efforts to restore landscape-scale connectivity. Biological Conservation 206, 201-209.
  8. DRISCOLL D. A. (2017). Disturbance maintains native and exotic plant species richness in invaded grassy woodlands. Journal of vegetation science 28, 573–584.
  9. SCHEELE B. C., HUNTER, D. A., BRANNELLY, L. A., SKERRATT, L. F. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2017). Reservoir-host amplification of disease impact in an endangered amphibian. Conservation Biology 31, 592-600. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12830.
  10. COLLINS C. D., BANKS-LEITE, C., BRUDVIG, L. A., FOSTER, B. L., COOK, W. M., DAMSCHEN, E. I., ANDRADE, A., AUSTIN, M., CAMARGO, J. L., DRISCOLL, D. A., HOLT, R. D., LAURANCE, W. F., NICHOLLS, A. O. & ORROCK, J. L. (2017). Fragmentation affects plant community composition over time. Ecography 40:119-130. 10.1111/ecog.02607.
  11. KAY G. M., DRISCOLL, D. A., LINDENMAYER, D. B., PULSFORD, S. A. & MORTELLITI, A. (2016). Pasture height and crop direction influence reptile movement in an agricultural matrix. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 235, 164-171.
  12. ANDREW P., COGGER, H., DRISCOLL, D. A., FLAKUS, S., HARLOW, P., MAPLE, D., MISSO, M., PINK, C., RETALLICK, K., ROSE, K., TIERNAN, B., WEST, J. & WOINARSKI, J. (2016). Somewhat saved: a captive breeding program for two endemic Christmas Island lizard species, now extinct in the wild. Oryx 10.1017/S0030605316001071.
  13. VILLASEÑOR N. R., TULLOCH, A. I. T., DRISCOLL, D. A., GIBBONS, P. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2016). Compact development minimizes the impacts of urban growth on native mammals. Journal of Applied Ecology 54: 794–804.
  14. SCHEELE B. C., HUNTER, D. A., BANKS, S., PIERSON, J., SKERRATT, L. F., WEBB, R. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2016). High adult mortality in disease-challenged frog populations increases vulnerability to drought. Journal of Applied Ecology 85, 1453–1460. doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12569
  15. VILLASEÑOR N. R., DRISCOLL, D. A., GIBBONS, P., CALHOUN, A. J. K. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2017). The relative importance of aquatic and terrestrial variables for frogs in an urbanizing landscape: Key insights for sustainable urban development. Landscape and Urban Planning 157, 26-35.
  16. NGUWI Y. Y., KOUZANI, A. Z., KUMAR, J. J. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2016). Automatic detection of lizards. In International Conference on Advanced Mechatronic Systems, Melbourne, Australia, November 30 – December 3 2016.
  17. MCDOUGAL A., MILNER, R. M. C., DRISCOLL, D. A. & SMITH, A. L. (2016). Restoration rocks: integrating abiotic and biotic habitat restoration to conserve threatened species and reduce fire fuel load. Biodiversity and Conservation 25, 1529-1542. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10531-016-1136-4
  18. EVANS M. J., BANKS, S. C., DAVIES, K. F., MCCLENAHAN, J., MELBOURNE, B. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2016). The use of traits to interpret responses to large scale edge effects – a study of epigaeic beetle assemblages across a Eucalyptus forest and pine plantation edge. Landscape Ecology 31, 1815–1831.
  19. SMITH A. L., LANDGUTH, E. L., BULL, C. M., BANKS, S. C., GARDNER, M. G. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2016). Dispersal responses override density effects on genetic diversity during post-disturbance succession. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences in press.
  20. GIBSON R. K., BRADSTOCK, R. A., PENMAN, T., KEITH, D. A. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2016). Determinants of growth of the flammable grass, Triodia scariosa: Consequences for fuel dynamics under climate change in the Mediterranean region of South Eastern Australia. Austral Ecology 41, 594-603.
  21. KAY G., BARTON, P., DRISCOLL, D., CUNNINGHAM, S. A., BLANCHARD, W., MCINTYRE, S. & LINDENMAYER, D. (2016). Incorporating regional-scale ecological knowledge to improve the effectiveness of large scale conservation programs. Animal Conservation 19, 515–525.
  22. DRISCOLL D. A., BODE, M., BRADSTOCK, R. A., KEITH, D. A., PENMAN, T. D. & PRICE, O. F. (2016). Resolving future fire management conflicts using multi-criteria decision making. Conservation Biology 30: 196-205.
  23. PULSFORD, S., LINDENMAYER, B. D. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2016). A succession of theories: Purging redundancy from disturbance theory. Biological Reviews 91: 148-167. Download preprint.
  24. WESTAGE M., SCHEELE, B., IKIN, K., HOEFER, A., BEATTY, R., EVANS, M., OSBORNE, W., HUNTER, D., RAYNER, L. & DRISCOLL, D. (2015). Citizen science program shows urban areas have lower occurrence of frog species, but not accelerated declines. Plos One 10(11); e0140973.  doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0140973
  25. BARTON P. S., LENTINI, P. E., ALACS, E., BAU, S., BUCKLEY, Y. M., BURNS, E. L., DRISCOLL, D. A., GUJA, L. K., KUJALA, H., LAHOZ-MONFORT, J. J., MORTELLITI, A., NATHAN, R., ROWE, R. & SMITH, A. L. (2015). Guidelines for using movement science to inform biodiversity policy. Environmental Management, 56: 791-801
  26. LAZZARI, J., YOON, H.-J., KEITH, D. A. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2015). Local environmental covariates are important for predicting fire history from tree stem diameters. Journal of Wildland Fire. 24: 871-882
  27. GIBSON, R., BRADSTOCK, R., PENMAN, T., KEITH, D. A. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2015). Climatic, vegetation and edaphic influences on the probability of fire across mediterranean woodlands of south eastern Australia. Journal of Biogeography, 42: 1750-1760
  28. DRISCOLL D. A., CATFORD, J. A., BARNEY, J. N., HULME, P. E., INDERJIT, MARTIN, T. G., PAUCHARD, A., PYŠEK, P., RICHARDSON, D. M., RILEY, S. & VISSER, V. (2015). Reply to Proença et al: Sown biodiverse pastures are not a universal solution to invasion risk. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 112: E1696
  29. BERRY L. E., DRISCOLL, D. A., STEIN, J. A., BLANCHARD, W., BANKS, S., BRADSTOCK, R. A. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2015). Identifying the location of fire refuges in wet forest ecosystems. Ecological Applications 25, 2337–2348.
  30. SWEANEY, N., DRISCOLL, D. A., LINDENMAYER, B. D. & PORCH, N. (2015). Plantations, not farmlands, cause biotic homogenisation of ground-active beetles in south-eastern australia. Biological Conservation, 186: 1-11.
  31. SCHEELE B. C., DRISCOLL, D. A., FISCHER, J., FLETCHER, A. W., HANSPACH, J., VӦRӦS, J. & HARTEL , T. (2015). Landscape context influences chytrid fungus distribution in an endangered European amphibian. Animal Conservation 18, 480-488.
  32. DRISCOLL, D. A., CATFORD, J. A., BARNEY, J. N., HULME, P. E., INDERJIT, MARTIN, T. G., PAUCHARD, A., PYŠEK, P., RICHARDSON, D. M., RILEY, S. & VISSER, V. (2014). New pasture plants intensify invasive species risk. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 111: 1662216627.  Read the paper. Download supporting information. See the Video.  Nature Research Highlights.  
  33. BERRY, L. E., LINDENMAYER, D. B. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2015). Large unburnt areas, not small unburnt patches are needed to conserve avian diversity in fire-prone landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 486-495. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12387
  34. SCHEELE, B. C., HUNTER, D., SKERRATT, L. F., BRANNELLY, L. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2014). Low impact of chytridiomycosis on frog recruitment enables persistence in refuges despite high adult mortality. Biological Conservation 182: 36-43.
  35. VILLASEÑOR, N., BLANCHARD, W., DRISCOLL, D. A., GIBBONS, P. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2015). Strong influence of local habitat structure on mammals reveals mismatch with edge effects models. Landscape Ecology,  30: 229-245.
  36. DRISCOLL, D. & CATFORD, J. (2014). Invasive plants: New pasture plants pose weed risk. (Correspondence) Nature 516, 37-37.
  37. BERRY, L. E., DRISCOLL, D. A., BANKS, S. C. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2015). The use of topographic fire refuges by the greater glider, Petauroides volans and the mountain brushtail possum, Trichosurus cunninghami following a landscape-scale fire. Australian Mammalogy, 37: 39-45.
  38. NG, K. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2015). Detectability of the global weed Hypochaeris radicata: species and observer characteristics are key. Journal of vegetation science, 8: 449-455. Download the paper. doi:10.1093/jpe/rtu032
  39. MORTELLITI, A., SOZIO, G., DRISCOLL, D. A., BANI, L., BOITANI, L. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2014). Population and individual-scale responses to patch size, isolation and quality in the hazel dormouse. Ecosphere 5, art107.
  40. BRADBY, K., FITZSIMONS, J., DEL MARCO, A., DRISCOLL, D. A., RITCHIE, E., LAU, J., BRADSHAW, C. & HOBBS, R. (2014). Iconic wildlife or invasive vermin? Ecological connectivity or barrier fence? Critical choices on the agricultural margins of Western Australia.  Ecological Management & Restoration 15: 180-190.
  41. SWEANEY, N., LINDENMAYER, B. D. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2014). Is the matrix important to butterflies in fragmented landscapes? Journal of Insect Conservation 18, 283-294.
  42. DRISCOLL, D. A., BANKS, S. C., BARTON, P. S., IKIN, K., LENTINI, P., LINDENMAYER, D. B., SMITH, A. L., BERRY, L. E., BURNS, E. L., EDWORTHY, A., EVANS, M. J., GIBSON, R., HEINSOHN, R., HOWLAND, B., KAY, G., MUNRO, N., SCHEELE, B. C., STIRNEMANN, I., STOJANOVIC, D., SWEANEY, N., VILLASEÑOR, N. R. & J., W. M. (2014). The trajectory of dispersal research in conservation biology. Systematic review. PlosOne 9, e95053. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0095053.
  43. VILLASEÑOR, N., DRISCOLL, D. A., ESCOBAR, M., GIBBONS, P. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2014). Urbanization impacts on mammals across urban-forest edges and a predictive model of edge effects. PlosOne 9, e97036.
  44. SMITH, A. L., BULL, C. M., GARDNER, M. G. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2014). Life history influences how fire affects genetic diversity in two lizard species. Molecular Ecology 23: 2428-2441. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/mec.12757/abstract.
  45. SCHEELE, B. C., HUNTER, D. A., GROGAN, L., BERGER, L., KOLBY, J., MCFADDEN, M., MARANTELLI, G., SKERRATT, L. F. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2014). Interventions for reducing extinction risk in chytridiomycosis-threatened amphibians. Conservation Biology 28, 1195–1205
  46. JELLINEK, S., PARRIS, K. M., WINTLE, B. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2014). Reptiles in restored agricultural landscapes: The value of linear strips, patches and habitat condition. Animal Conservation, 17: 544-554. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/acv.12121/abstract
  47. LINDENMAYER, D. B., BLANCHARD, W., MCBURNEY, L., BLAIR, D., BANKS, S. C., DRISCOLL, D. A., SMITH, A. L. & GILL, A. (2014). Complex responses of birds to landscape‐level fire extent, fire severity and environmental drivers. Diversity and Distributions 20,467–477.
  48. SCHEELE, B. C., GUARINO, F., OSBORNE, W., HUNTER, D. A., SKERRATT, L. F. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2014). Decline and re-expansion of an amphibian despite high prevalence of chytrid fungus. Biological Conservation 170, 86-91.
  49. JELLINEK, S., RUMPFF, L., DRISCOLL, D. A., PARRIS, K. M. & WINTLE, B. (2014). Modelling the benefits of habitat restoration in socio-ecological systems. Biological Conservation 169, 60-67.
  50. GIBSON, R., BRADSTOCK, R., PENMAN, T. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2014). Changing dominance of key plant species across a Mediterranean climate region: implications for fuel types and future fire regimes. Plant Ecology 215: 83-95.
  51. SMITH, A., BLAIR, D., MCBURNEY, L., BANKS, S., BARTON, P., BLANCHARD, W., DRISCOLL, D., GILL, A. & LINDENMAYER, D. (2014). Dominant drivers of seedling establishment in a fire-dependent obligate seeder: climate or fire regimes? Ecosystems 17: 258-270.
  52. LINDENMAYER, D. B., BLANCHARD, W., MCBURNEY, L., BLAIR, D., BANKS, S. C., DRISCOLL, D., SMITH, A. L. & GILL, A. M. (2013). Fire severity and landscape context effects on arboreal marsupials. Biological Conservation 167, 137-148.
  53. BANKS, S., CARY, G., SMITH, A., DAVIES, I., DRISCOLL, D., GILL, A. M., LINDENMAYER, D. & PEAKALL, R. (2013). How does ecological disturbance influence genetic diversity? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28: 670-679.
  54. DRISCOLL, D. A., BANKS, S. C., BARTON, P. S., LINDEMAYER, D. B. & SMITH, A. L. (2013). Conceptual domain of the matrix in fragmented landscapes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28: 605-613. See Movie, Download Preprint
  55. TEASDALE, L. C., SMITH, A. L., THOMAS, M., WHITEHEAD, C. A. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2013). Detecting invertebrate responses to fire depends on sampling method and taxonomic resolution. Austral Ecology 38: 874-883. Download Preprint
  56. JELLINEK, S., PARRIS, K. M. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2013). Are only the strong surviving? Little influence of restoration on beetles (Coleoptera) in an agricultural landscape. Biological Conservation 162, 17-23.
  57. JELLINEK, S., PARRIS, K. M., DRISCOLL, D. A. & DWYER, P. D. (2013). Are incentive programs working? Landowner attitudes to ecological restoration of agricultural landscapes. Journal of Environmental Management 127, 69-76.
  58. SMITH, A. L., BULL, C. M. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2013). Successional specialization in a reptile community cautions against widespread planned burning and complete fire suppression. Journal of Applied Ecology 50, 1178–1186.
  59. SMITH, A. L., BULL, C. M. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2013). Skeletochronological analysis of age in three “fire-specialist” lizard species. The South Australian Naturalist 87, 6-17.
  60. CUNNINGHAM, S. A., DUNCAN, D. H. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2012). Land use intensification impacts on biodiversity in the mallee/wheat landscape of central nsw. In Land use intensification and biodiversity conservation (ed. D. B. Lindenmayer, S. A. Cunningham and A. Young), pp. In Press. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
  61. DRISCOLL, D. A. & LINDENMAYER, B. D. (2012). Framework to improve the application of theory in ecology and conservation. Ecological Monographs 82, 129–147.Download Preprint
  62. DRISCOLL, D. A., FELTON, A., GIBBONS, P., FELTON, A. M., MUNRO, N. T. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2012). Priorities in policy and management when existing biodiversity stressors interact with climate-change. Climatic Change 111, 533–557. Download Preprint
  63. DRISCOLL, D. A., SMITH, A. L., BLIGHT, S. & MAINDONALD, J. (2012). Reptile responses to fire and the risk of post-disturbance sampling bias. Biodiversity and Conservation 21, 1607-1625.Download Preprint
  64. DRISCOLL, D. A., WHITEHEAD, C. A. & LAZZARI, J. (2012). Spatial dynamics of the knob-tailed gecko Nephrurus stellatus in a fragmented agricultural landscape. Landscape Ecology 27, 829-841.Download Preprint
  65. GIBBONS, P., VAN BOMMEL, L., GILL, A. M., CARY, G. J., DRISCOLL, D. A., BRADSTOCK, R. A., KNIGHT, E., MORITZ, M. A., STEPHENS, S. L. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2012). Land management practices associated with house loss in wildfires. Plos One 7, e29212.
  66. SCHEELE, B. C., DRISCOLL, D. A., FISCHER, J. & HUNTER, D. A. (2012). Decline of an endangered amphibian during an extreme climatic event. Ecosphere 3, 101. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES12-00108.1.
  67. SMITH, A. L., MUELDERS, B., BULL, C. M. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2012). Wildfire-induced mortality of Australian reptiles. Herpetology Notes 5, 233-235.
  68. SMITH, A., BULL, C. M. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2012). Post-fire succession affects abundance and survival but not detectability in a knob-tailed gecko. Biological Conservation 145, 139–147.
  69. WESTGATE, M. J., DRISCOLL, D. A. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2012). Can the intermediate disturbance hypothesis and information on species traits predict anuran responses to fire? Oikos 121, 1516-1524.
  70. WESTGATE, M., DRISCOLL, D. A. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2012). Limited influence of stream networks on the terrestrial movements of three wetland-dependent frog species. Biological Conservation 153, 169-176.
  71. WILLIAMS, J. R., DRISCOLL, D. A. & BULL, C. M. (2012). Roadside connectivity does not increase reptile abundance or richness in a fragmented mallee landscape.  Austral Ecology 37, 383-391.
  72. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2011). Woodland biodiversity conservation: Basket-case or battleground?  Insights from the mallee. In Temperate woodland conservation and management (ed. B. D. Lindenmayer, R. Hobbs and A. Bennett). CSIRO Publishing, Canberra.
  73. CUMMINGS, J., PEETERS, P., DOVERS, S., TASKER, L. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2010). The worlds of ecology and environmental policy: Never the two shall meet? 2009 ESA science and policy workshop, shine dome, canberra, 4th december 2009. Ecological Management & Restoration 11, 152-156.
  74. DRISCOLL, D. A. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2010). Assembly rules are rare in SE Australian bird communities, but sometimes apply in fragmented farm landscapes. Ecography 33, 854-865.
  75. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2010). Few beetle species can be detected with 95% confidence using pitfall-traps. Austral Ecology 35, 13-23.
  76. DRISCOLL, D. A., KIRKPATRICK, J. B., MCQUILLAN, P. B. & BONHAM, K. (2010). Classic metapopulations are rare among beetle species from a naturally fragmented landscape. Journal of Animal Ecology 79, 294-303.
  77. DRISCOLL, D. A., LINDENMAYER, D. B., BENNETT, A. F., BODE, M., BRADSTOCK, R. A., CARY, G. J., CLARKE, M. F., DEXTER, N., FENSHAM, R., FRIEND, G., GILL, M., JAMES, S., KAY, G., KEITH, D. A., MACGREGOR, C., POSSINGHAM, H. P., RUSSEL-SMITH, J., SALT, D., WATSON, J. E. M., WILLIAMS, R. J. & YORK, A. (2010). Resolving conflicts in fire management using decision theory; asset-protection versus biodiversity conservation. Conservation Letters 3, 215-223.
  78. DRISCOLL, D. A., LINDENMAYER, D. B., BENNETT, A. F., BODE, M., BRADSTOCK, R. A., CARY, G. J., CLARKE, M. F., DEXTER, N., FENSHAM, R., FRIEND, G., GILL, M., JAMES, S., KAY, G., KEITH, D. A., MACGREGOR, C., RUSSEL-SMITH, J., SALT, D., WATSON, J. E. M., WILLIAMS, R. & YORK, A. (2010). Fire management for biodiversity conservation: Key research questions and our capacity to answer them. Biological Conservation 143, 1928-1939.
  79. MURRAY, K., RETALLICK, R., MCDONALD, K. R., MENDEZ, D., APLIN, K., KIRKPATRICK, P., BERGER, L., HUNTER, D., HINES, H. B., CAMPBELL, R., PAUZA, M., DRIESSEN, M., SPEARE, R., RICHARDS, S. J., MAHONY, M., FREEMAN, A., PHILLOTT, A. D., HERO, J., KRIGER, K., DRISCOLL, D. A., FELTON, A., PUSCHENDORF, R. & SKERRATT, L. F. (2010). The distribution and host range of the pandemic disease chytridiomycosis in australia, spanning surveys from 1956-2007. Ecology 91, 1557.
  80. SMITH, A. L., GARDNER, M. G., BULL, C. M. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2010). Primers for novel microsatellite markers in “fire-specialist” lizards (Amphibolurus norrisi, Ctenotus atlas and Nephrurus stellatus) and their performance across multiple populations. Conservation Genetics Resources, 1-6.
  81. DRISCOLL, D. A. & LINDENMAYER, D. B. (2009). Empirical tests of metacommunity theory using an isolation gradient. Ecological Monographs 79, 485-501.
  82. DRISCOLL, D. A. & HENDERSON, M. K. (2008). How many common reptile species are fire specialists?  A replicated natural experiment highlights the predictive weakness of a fire succession model. Biological Conservation 141, 460-471.Download Preprint
  83. DRISCOLL, D. A. & ROBERTS, J. D. (2008). A hybrid zone defined by allozymes and ventral colour in Geocrinia rosea (Anura: Myobatrachidae). Australian Journal of Zoology 55, 371-376.
  84. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2008). The frequency of metapopulations, metacommunities and nestedness in a fragmented landscape. Oikos 117, 297-309.
  85. KOCH, A. J., DRISCOLL, D. A. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. (2008). Estimating the accuracy of tree ageing methods in mature Eucalyptus obliqua forest Tasmania. Australian Forestry 71, 147-159.
  86. KOCH, A. J., MUNKS, S. A. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2008). The use of hollow-bearing trees by vertebrate fauna in wet and dry Eucalyptus obliqua forest, Tasmania. Wildlife Research 35, 727-746.
  87. KOCH, A. J., MUNKS, S. A., DRISCOLL, D. A. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. (2008). Does hollow occurrence vary with forest type? A case study in wet and dry Eucalyptus obliqua forest. Forest Ecology and Management 225, 3938–3951.
  88. LINDENMAYER, D. B., WOOD, J. T., MICHAEL, D., MACGREGOR, C., CUNNINGHAM, R. B., CRANE, M., MONTAGUE-DRAKE, R., BROWN, D., MUNTZ, R., GILL, A. M. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2008). How predictable are reptile responses to wildfire? Oikos 117, 1086-1097.
  89. LINDENMAYER, D., HOBBS, R. J., MONTAGUE-DRAKE, R., ALEXANDRA, J., BENNETT, A., BURGMAN, M., CALE, P., CALHOUN, A., CRAMER, V., CULLEN, P., DRISCOLL, D., FAHRIG, L., FISCHER, J., FRANKLIN, J., HAILA, Y., HUNTER, M., GIBBONS, P., LAKE, S., LUCK, G., MACGREGOR, C., MCINTYRE, S., MAC NALLY, R., MANNING, A., MILLER, J., MOONEY, H., NOSS, R., POSSINGHAM, H., SAUNDERS, D., SCHMIEGELOW, F., SCOTT, M., SIMBERLOFF, D., SISK, T., TABOR, G., WALKER, B., WIENS, J., WOINARSKI, J. & ZAVALETA, E. (2008). A checklist for ecological management of landscapes for conservation. Ecology Letters 11, 78-91.
  90. SCHUTZ, A. J. & DRISCOLL, D. A. (2008). Common reptiles unaffected by connectivity or condition in a fragmented farming landscape. Austral Ecology 33, 641-652.
  91. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2007). How to find a metapopulation. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie 85, 1031-1048.
  92. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2007). The conservation challenge of sustaining spatially dependent evolution. Pacific Conservation Biology 13, 84-92.
  93. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2007). The diverse impacts of grazing, fire and weeds. How ecological theory can inform conservation management. In Managing and designing landscapes for conservation: Moving from perspectives to principles. (ed. D. B. Lindenmayer and R. J. Hobbs), pp. 111-130. Blackwells, Melbourne.
  94. DRISCOLL, D. A. & HARDY, C. M. (2005). Dispersal and phylogeography of the agamid lizard Amphibolurus nobbi in fragmented and continuous habitat. Molecular Ecology 14, 1613-1629.
  95. DRISCOLL, D. A. & WEIR, T. (2005). Beetle responses to habitat fragmentation depend on ecological traits, remnant condition and shape. Conservation Biology 19, 182-194.
  96. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2005). Is the matrix a sea? Habitat specificity in a naturally fragmented landscape. Ecological Entomology 30, 8-16.
  97. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2004). Extinction and outbreaks accompany fragmentation of a reptile community. Ecological Applications 14, 220-240.
  98. JELLINEK, S., DRISCOLL, D. A. & KIRKPATRICK, J. B. (2004). Environmental and vegetation variables have a greater influence than habitat fragmentation in structuring lizard communities in remnant urban bushland. Austral Ecology 29, 294-304.
  99. SOULÉ, M. E., MACKEY, B. G., RECHER, H. F., WILLIAMS, J. E., WOINARSKI, J. C. Z., DRISCOLL, D., DENNISON, W. G. & JONES, M. E. (2004). The role of connectivity in Australian conservation. Pacific Conservation Biology 10, 266-279.
  100. HINGSTON, A. B., MARSDEN-SMEDLEY, J., DRISCOLL, D. A., CORBETT, S., FENTON, J., ANDERSON, R., PLOWMAN, C., MOWLING, F., JENKIN, M., MATSUI, K., BONHAM, K. J., ILOWSKI, M., MCQUILLAN, P. B., YAXLEY, B., REID, T., STOREY, D., POOLE, L., MALLICK, S. A., FITZGERALD, N., KIRKPATRICK, J. B., FEBEY, J., HARWOOD, A. G., MICHAELS, K. F., RUSSELL, M. J., BLACK, P. G., EMMERSON, L., VISOIU, M., MORGAN, J., BREEN, S., GATES, S., BANTICH, M. N. & DESMARCHELIER, J. M. (2002). Extent of invasion of tasmanian native vegetation by the exotic bumblebee Bombus terrestris (Apoidea : Apidae). Austral Ecology 27, 162-172.
  101. DRISCOLL, D. A. & SATTLER, P. S. (1999). Legislation, policy and reserve selection to conserve invertebrates in Queensland. In Other 99%: The conservation and biodiversity of invertebrates (ed. W. L. D. Ponder), pp. 341-344.
  102. DRISCOLL, D. A. (1999). Genetic neighbourhood and effective population size for two endangered frogs. Biological Conservation 88, 221-229.
  103. DRISCOLL, D. A. (1999). Skeletochronological assessment of age structure and population stability for two threatened frog species. Australian Journal of Ecology 24, 182-189.
  104. DRISCOLL, D. A. (1998). Counts of calling males as estimates of population size in the endangered frogs Geocrinia alba and G. vitellina. Journal of Herpetology 32, 475-481.
  105. DRISCOLL, D. A. (1998). Genetic structure of the frogs Geocrinia lutea and Geocrinia rosea reflects extreme population divergence and range changes, not dispersal barriers. Evolution 52, 1147-1157.
  106. DRISCOLL, D. A. (1998). Genetic structure, metapopulation processes and evolution influence the conservation strategies for two endangered frog species. Biological Conservation 83, 43-54.
  107. DRISCOLL, D. A. & ROBERTS, J. D. (1997). Impact of fuel reduction burning on the frog Geocrinia lutea in south-west Western Australia. Australian Journal of Ecology 22, 334-339.
  108. DRISCOLL, D. A. (1997). Mobility and metapopulation structure of Geocrinia alba and G. vitellina, two endangered frog species from south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Ecology 22, 185-195.
  109. DRISCOLL, D. A. (1994). Invertebrates of lowland native grasslands in the Australian Capital Territory: Conservation and research strategies for a recovery plan. ACT Parks and Conservation Service.
  110. DRISCOLL, D., WARDELL-JOHNSON, G. & ROBERTS, J. D. (1994). Genetic structuring and distribution patterns in rare southwestern Australian frogs: Implications for translocation programmes. In Reintroduction biology of Australian and New Zealand fauna (ed. M. Serena), pp. 85-90. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton, NSW.

Decision Point Articles

  1. DRISCOLL, D.A., AND CATFORD, J.A. (2015) Perversity in the pasture.
    Guarding against new pasture varieties becoming tomorrow’s environmental disasters. Decision Point 86, 4-5.
  2. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2012). An elephant out of the box. Consider all of the options and all of the costs. Decision Point 57, 4-5.
  3. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2011). Conservation, in theory (what about in practice?). Decision Point 55, 9-10.
  4. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2011). Biodiversity and climate change. Priorities in policy and management. Decision Point 52, 8-9.
  5. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2011). Sugar, slash and burn.  Science and the community in the backyard nature reserve. Decision Point 48, 10-11.
  6. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2010). Fighting fire with fire: Protecting biodiversity & houses. Decision Point 39, 10-12.
  7. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2010). Out of the fire. Can research deliver better fire management for biodiversity conservation? Decision Point 42, 8-11.
  8. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2010). Welcome to the metacommunity. But do our models give us any useful guidance? Decision Point 37, 4-5.
  9. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2009). Good science for managing fire & biodiversity. Decision Point 29, 8-9.
  10. DRISCOLL, D. A. (2009). Playing with fire. Taking the guesswork out of fire mosaics. Decision Point 19, 10.

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