Publications

A list of Tara Martin’s publications on Google Scholar or ResearcherID

**Graduate student, *Postdoc

In press/2017

Schuster, R., Law, E.A., Rodewalde, A.D., Martin, T.G., Wilson, K.A., Watts, M., Possingham, H.P., Arcese, P. 2017. Tax-shifting and incentives for biodiversity conservation on private lands. Conservation Letters In press.

Watts, M.E., Stewart, R.R., Martin, T.G., Klein, C.J., Carwardine, J. & Possingham, H.P. 2017. Systematic Conservation Planning with Marxan. In: Learning Landscape Ecology: A Practical Guide to Concepts and Techniques (eds. Gergel, SE & Turner, MG). Springer New York New York, NY, pp. 211-227.

2016

Scheffers, B. R., L. De Meester, T. C. L. Bridge, A. A. Hoffmann, J. M. Pandolfi, R. T. Corlett, S. H. M. Butchart, P. Pearce-Kelly, K. M. Kovacs, D. Dudgeon, M. Pacifici, C. Rondinini, W. B. Foden, T. G. Martin, C. Mora, D. Bickford, and J. E. M. Watson. 2016. The broad footprint of climate change from genes to biomes to people. Science 354. PDF

Martin, T.G. 2016. Policy: Hasten end of dated fossil-fuel subsidies. Nature. 538:171-171. PDF

Martin, T.G., Camaclang, A.E**., Possingham, H.P., Maguire, L., Chadès, I. 2016. Timing of critical habitat protection matters. Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12266 PDF

**Mantyka-Pringle, C.S., Martin, T.G., Moffatt, D.B., Udy, J., Olley, J., Saxton, N., Sheldon, F., Bunn, S.E., Rhodes, J.R. 2016. Prioritizing management actions for the conservation of freshwater biodiversity under changing climate and land-cover. Biological Conservation 197, 80-89. PDF

Martin, T.G. and Watson, J.E.M. 2016. Intact ecosystems provide best defence against climate change. Nature Climate Change. 6:122-124. PDF

Martin, T.G. and Watson, J.E.M. 2016. The best way to protect us from climate change? Save our ecosystems. The Conservation. Link

McAlpine, C., Catterall, C.P., Nally, R.M., Lindenmayer, D., Reid, J.L., Holl, K.D., Bennett, A.F., Runting, R.K., Wilson, K., Hobbs, R.J., Seabrook, L., Cunningham, S., Moilanen, A., Maron, M., Shoo, L., Lunt, I., Vesk, P., Rumpff, L., Martin, T.G., Thomson, J., Possingham, H., 2016. Integrating plant- and animal-based perspectives for more effective restoration of biodiversity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14, 37-45. PDF

Ponce-Reyes*, R., J. Firn, S. Nicol, I. Chadès, D. S. Stratford, T. G. Martin, S. Whitten, and J. Carwardine. 2016. Priority Threat Management for Imperilled Species of the Queensland Brigalow Belt. ISBN 978-1-4863-0578-0, CSIRO, Australia. PDF

Young, B.E., T.G Martin, J.E.M. Watson, W.B. Foden, S. Williams and B.R. Scheffers. 2016. Setting climate change vulnerability assessment goals and objectives. In W.B. Foden and B.E. Young, editors. IUCN SSC Guidelines for Assessing Species’ Vulnerability to Climate Change. Version 1.0. Occasional Paper of the IUCN Species Survival Commission No. 59. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge,UK. pp 33-48. PDF

Watts, M.E., Stewart, R.S., Martin, T.G., Klein, C.J., Carwardine, J.*, Possingham, H.P. (in press) Conservation Planning with Marxan. In Learning landscape ecology: a practical guide to concepts and techniques. eds S. Gergel, M.G. Turner. (Accepted December 2011)

2015

Camaclang, A.E.**, Maron, M., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H.P. (2015) Current practices in the identification of critical habitat for threatened species. Conservation Biology. 29: 482-492. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12428PDF

Carwardine, J., Polglase, P., Reeson, A., Hawkins, C., Watts, M., Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G., 2015. Spatial priorities for restoring biodiverse carbon forests. BioScience doi: 10.1093/biosci/biv008. PDF

Chades, I., Nicol, S., Van Leeuwen, S., Walters, B., Firn, J., Reeson, A., Martin, T.G., Carwardine, J. (2015) Benefits of integrating complementarity into priority threat management. Conservation Biology 29: 525-536. PDF

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 112, E1696. PDF

Evans, M.C.**, Carwardine, J., Fensham, R.J., Butler, D.W., Wilson, K.A., Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G., 2015. Carbon farming via assisted natural regeneration as a cost-effective mechanism for restoring biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. Environmental Science & Policy 50, 114-129. PDF

Firn, J., Maggini, R., Chades, I., Nicol, S., Walters, B., Reeson, A., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H.P., Pichancourt, J-B., Ponce-Reyes, R., Carwardine, J. In press. Priority threat management of invasive animals to protect biodiversity under climate change. Global Change Biology. 21, 3917-3930. PDF

Firn, J., Martin, T.G., Chades, I., Walters, B., Hayes, J., Nicol, S., Carwardine, J., In press. Priority threat management of non-native plants to maintain ecosystem integrity across heterogeneous landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology. 25, 1135-1144. PDF

Flockhart, D.T.T**., Pichancourt, J.-B., Norris, D.R., Martin, T.G. (2015) Unravelling the annual cycle in a migratory animal: breeding-season habitat loss drives population declines of monarch butterflies. Journal of Animal Ecology, 84: 155-165.  PDF

Mantyka-Pringle, C.**, Visconti, P., Di Marco, M., Martin, T.G., Rondinini, C., Rhodes, J.R., 2015. Climate change modifies risk of global biodiversity loss due to land-cover change. Biological Conservation. 187:103-111 PDF

Martin, T.G., Murphy, H., Liedloff, A., Thomas, C., Chades, I., Cook, G., Fensham, R., McIvor, J., van Klinken, R., 2015. Buffel grass and climate change: a framework for projecting invasive species distributions when data are scarce. Biological Invasions 17, 3197-3210. PDF

Pacifici, M., Foden, W.B., Visconti, P., Watson, J.E.M., Butchart, S.H.M., Kovacs, K.M., Scheffers, B.R., Hole, D.G., Martin, T.G., Akçakaya, H.R., Corlett, R.T., Huntley, B., Bickford, D., Carr, J.A., Hoffmann, A.A., Midgley, G.F., Pearce-Kelly, P., Pearson, R.G., Williams, S.E., Willis, S.G., Young, B., Rondinini, C. (2015) Assessing species vulnerability to climate change. Nature Climate Change. 5: 215–224. DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2448  PDF

Polak, T.**, Watson, J.E.M., Fuller, R.A., Joseph, L.N., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H.P., Venter, O., Carwardine, J., 2015. Efficient expansion of global protected areas requires simultaneous planning for species and ecosystems. Royal Society Open Science 2, 10.1098/rsos.150107 PDF

2014

Arcese, P., Schuster, R**., Campbell, L., Barber, A., Martin, T.G. (2014) Deer density and plant palatability predict shrub cover, richness, diversity and aboriginal food value in a North American archipelago. Diversity & Distributions. 12:1368-1378 DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12241  PDF

Burgman, M. A., H. M. Regan, L. A. Maguire, M. Colyvan, J. Justus, Martin T.G., K. Rothley. (2014) Voting Systems for Environmental Decisions. Conservation Biology. 28:322-332 PDF

Carwardine J*, Nicol S*, van Leeuwen S, Walters B, Firn J, Reeson A, Martin T.G, Chades I (2014) Priority threat management for Pilbara species of conservation significance, CSIRO Ecosystems Sciences, Brisbane. PDF

Driscoll, D.A., Catford, J.A., Barney, J.N., Hulme, P.E., Inderjit, Martin, T.G., Pauchardi, A., Pyšek, P., Richardson, D.M., Riley, S., Visser, V., 2014. New pasture plants intensify invasive species risk. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 111: 16622–16627, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1409347111  PDF

Grechi, I*., I. Chadès, Y. M. Buckley, M. H. Friedel, A. C. Grice, H. P. Possingham, R. D. van Klinken, and T. G. Martin (2014) A decision framework for management of conflicting production and biodiversity goals for a commercially valuable invasive species. Agricultural Systems 125:1-11. PDF

Mantyka-Pringle, C.S**., Martin, T.G., Moffatt, D.B., Linke, S., Rhodes, J.R. (2014) Understanding and predicting the combined effects of climate change and land-use change on freshwater macroinvertebrates and fish. Journal of Applied Ecology 51:572-581 PDF

Martin, T.G., Carwardine, J*., Broadhurst, L.M., Ferrier, S., James, C., Sheppard, A., Whitten, S., Chades, I. (2014) Tools for managing and restoring biodiversity, In Conserving Biodiversity. ed. S. Morton. CSIRO publishing. pp.55-67.

Ng, F**., McCarthy, M., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H. (2014) Determining when to change the course of management actions. Conservation Biology.  28:1617-25. doi: 10.1111/cobi.12382 PDF

Pichancourt, J.-B*., Firn, J., Chadès, I., Martin, T.G. (2014). Growing biodiverse carbon-rich forests. Global Change Biology.  20:382-393. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12345 PDF

Renwick A.R*., Robinson C.J., Martin T.G., May T., Polglase P., Possingham H.P. & Carwardine J. (2014). Biodiverse planting for carbon and biodiversity on Indigenous land. PLoS ONE 9: e91281. PDF

Runge, C.A**., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H.P., Willis, S.G., Fuller, R.A., 2014. Conserving mobile species. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 12:395-402. PDF

Schuster, R**., Martin, T.G., Arcese, P. (2014). Bird Community Conservation and Carbon Offsets in Western North America. PLoS ONE 9, e99292. PDF

Tallis, H., Lubchenco, J., Carwardine, J*., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H.P et al (> 100 co-authors).  2014. Towards a diverse conservation ethic. Nature. 515:27–28 doi:10.1038/515027a

2013

Guisan, A., Tingley, R., Baumgartner, J.B., Naujokaitis-Lewis, I., Sutcliffe, P.R., Tulloch, A.I.T., Regan, T.J., Brotons, L., McDonald-Madden, E., Mantyka-Pringle, C., Martin, T.G., Rhodes, J.R., Maggini, R., Setterfield, S.A., Elith, J., Schwartz, M.W., Wintle, B.A., Broennimann, O., Austin, M., Ferrier, S., Kearney, M.R., Possingham, H.P., Buckley, Y.M. (2013). Predicting species distributions for conservation decisions. Ecology Letters. 16:1424-1435. PDF

Firn, J., Martin, T.G., Walters, B., Hayes, J., Nicol, S., Chades, I., and Carwardine, J. (2013) Priority Threat Management of invasive plants species in the Lake Eyre Basin. CSIRO and Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Flockhart, D.T**., Wassenaar, L., Martin, T.G., Hobson, K.A., Wunder, M.B., Norris, D.R. (2013) Tracking multi-generational colonization of the breeding grounds by monarch butterflies in eastern North America. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 280: 20131087. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.1087 PDF

Harris, S., Arnall, S., Byrne, M., Coates, D., Hayward, M., Martin, T., Mitchell, N., Garnett, S. (2013) Whose backyard? Some precautions in choosing recipient sites for assisted colonisation of Australian plants and animals. Ecological Management & Restoration. 14:106-111 PDF

Lentini, P.E**., Gibbons, P., Carwardine, J., Fischer, J., Drielsma, M., Martin, T.G. (2013) The effect of planning for connectivity on linear reserve networks. Conservation Biology. 27: 796-807 DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12060 PDF

Lunt, I.D., Byrne, M., Hellmann, J.J., Mitchell, N.J., Garnett, S.T., Hayward, M.W., Martin, T.G., McDonald-Madden, E*., Williams, S.E., Zandere, K.K. (2013) Using assisted colonisation to conserve biodiversity and restore ecosystem function under climate change. Biological Conservation 157: 172-177 PDF

Martin, T.G., Arcese, P., Kuhnert, P.M., Gaston, A.J., Martin, J-L. (2013) Prior information reduces uncertainty about the consequences of deer overabundance on forest birds. Biological Conservation 165:10-17  PDF

Rout, T.M., McDonald-Madden, E., Martin, T.G., Possingham, H.P., Armstrong, D.P. (2013). How to decide whether to move species threatened by climate change. PLoS ONE 8(10): e75814. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.007581 PDF

Schwartz, M., Martin, T.G. (2013) Translocation of imperiled species under changing climates. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1286:15-28 PDF

Tulloch, A. I. T**., Possingham, H. P., Joseph, L. N., Szabo, J. & Martin, T. G. (2013) Realising the full potential of citizen science monitoring programs. Biological Conservation 165:128-138 PDF

2012

Carwardine, J.*, O’Connor, T., Legge, S., Mackey, B., Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G. (2012). Prioritizing threat management for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Letters. 5:196–204 PDF

Chadès, I., Sabbadin, R., Carwardine, J.*, Martin, T.G., Nicol, S., Buffet, O. (2012) MOMDPs: a Solution for Modelling Adaptive Management Problems. Twenty-Sixth AAAI Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (www.aaai.org). (AAAI-12) July 22 – 26, Toronto,  Canada.  PDF

Chadès, I., Curtis, J.M.R., Martin, T.G. (2012) Setting realistic recovery targets for interacting endangered species. Conservation Biology 26:1016-25. doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01951 PDF

Flockhart, D.T.T**., Martin, T.G., Norris, D.R. (2012) Experimental Examination of Intraspecific Density-dependent Competition during the Breeding Period in Monarch Butterflies (Danaus plexippus). PLoS ONE 7(9): e45080. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0045080  PDF

Lentini, P.E., Gibbons, P., Fischer, J., Law, B.S., Hanspach, J., Martin, T.G. (2012) Bats in a farming landscape benefit from linear remnants and unimproved pastures. PLoS ONE, 7, e48201. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048201 PDF

Lentini, P.E.**, Martin, T.G., Gibbons, P., Fischer, J., Cunningham, S.A. (2012) Supporting wild pollinators in a temperate agricultural landscape: maintaining mosaics of natural features and production. Biological Conservation 149:84-92 doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2012.02.004  PDF

Mantyka-Pringle, C.**, Martin, T.G., Rhodes, J.R. (2012) Interactions between climate and habitat loss effects on biodiversity: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Global Change Biology 18: 1239–1252 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02593.x   PDF             Selected by Faculty of 1000

Martin, T.G., Catterall, C.P., Manning, A., Szabo, J. (2012) Australian Birds in a Changing Landscape: 220 years of European colonization. In Fuller, R. (Ed) Birds and Their Habitats. Cambridge University Press. pp 453-480.  PDF

Martin, T.G., Nally, S., Burbidge, A., Garnett, S.T., Harris, S., Hayward, M.W., Holdsworth, M., Lumsden. L.F., McDonald-Madden, E.*, Menkhorst, P., Possingham, H.P. (2012) Acting fast helps avoid extinction. Conservation Letters 5: 274-280. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2012.00239.x PDF

Martin, T.G., Burgman, M.A., Fidler, F., Kuhnert, P.M., Low-Choy, S., McBride, M., Mengersen, K. (2012) Eliciting expert knowledge in conservation science. Conservation Biology 26: 29-38 DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2011.01806.x  PDF

Martin, T.G., Murphy, H., Liedloff, A. (2012) Invasive species and climate change: a framework for predicting species distribution when data are scarce CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper No. 13G. http://www.csiro.au/en/Organisation-Structure/Flagships/Climate-Adaptation-Flagship/CAF-working-papers.aspx.

Pichancourt, J-B.*, Chadès, I., Firn, J., Van Klinken, R.D., Martin, T.G. (2012) Simple rules to contain invasive species with a complex life-cycle and high dispersal capacity. Journal of Applied Ecology 49:52-62. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02093.x PDF

2011

Burbidge, A., Byrne, M., Coates, D., Garnett, S.T., Harris, S., Hayward, M.W., Martin, T.G., McDonald-Madden, E.*, Mitchell, N. J., Nally, S., Setterfield, S. (2011) Is Australia ready for assisted colonisation? Policy changes required to facilitate translocation under climate change. Pacific Conservation Biology 17:259-269

Carwardine, J.*, O’Connor, T., Legge, S., Mackey, B., Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G., (2011). Priority threat management to protect Kimberley wildlife. CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Brisbane. Download

Chades, I., Carwardine, J.*, Martin, T.G., Nicol, S., Buffet, O. (2011) Les POMDP: une solution pour modéliser des problèmes de management adaptatif en biologie de la conservation. Journées Francophones de Planification, Décision et Apprentissage (JFPDA). http://zanutti.perso.info.unicaen.fr/jfpda2011/chades.pdf

Chadès, I., Martin, T.G., Nicol, S., Burgman, M., Possingham, H.P., Buckley, Y. (2011). General rules for managing and surveying networks of pests, diseases and endangered species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: 8323-8328 doi:10.1073/pnas.1016846108

Keith, D.A., Martin, T.G., McDonald-Madden, E.*, Walters, C. (2011) Uncertainty and adaptive management for biodiversity conservation. Biological Conservation144:1175-1178

Lentini, P.E.**, Fischer, J., Gibbons, P., Martin, T.G. (2011) Value of linear remnants for bird conservation: The case of the Australian travelling stock route. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 141:302-309

Lentini, P.E.**, Fischer, J., Gibbons, P., Lindenmayer, D.B., Martin, T.G. (2011) Australia’s Stock Route Network: 1. A review of its values, and implications for future management. Ecological Management and Restoration 12:119-127 doi: 10.1111/j.1442-8903.2011.00591.x

Lentini, P.E.**, Fischer, J., Gibbons, P., Lindenmayer, D.B., Martin, T.G. (2011) Australia’s Stock Route Network: 2. Representation of fertile landscapes. Ecological Management and Restoration 12:148-151 doi: 10.1111/j.1442-8903.2011.00585.x

Martin, T. G., Arcese, P. & Scheerder, N.** (2011) Browsing down our natural heritage: Deer impacts vegetation structure and songbird assemblages across an island archipelago. Biological Conservation 144:459-469 doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2010.09.033

McDonald-Madden, E.*, Runge, M., Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G. (2011) Optimal timing for managed relocation of species faced with climate change. Nature Climate Change1:261-265 doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE1170 Selected by Faculty of 1000

McDonald-Madden E.*, Baxter, P. W. J., Fuller, R. A., Martin, T. G., Game, E. T., Montambault, J. & Possingham, H. P. (2011) Should we implement monitoring or research for conservation? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26:108-109

Shanahan, D.**, Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G. (2011) Foraging height and landscape context predict patch value for birds in an Australian urban landscape. Austral Ecology. 36: 944-953. doi: 10.1111/j.1442-9993.2010.02225.x

Silcock, J.L.**, Fensham, R.J., Martin, T.G. (2011) Assessing rarity and threat in an arid zone flora. Australian Journal of Botany 59:336-350

2010

Coggan, A., Whitten, S.M., Martin T.G. 2010. Landscape scale outcomes from market based instruments. Design principles for biodiversity offsets. Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility (MTSRF) Transition Project Final Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre Limited, Cairns (37pp).

Dunlop, M., Hilbert, D., Ferrier, S., House, A., Liedloff, A., Prober, S., Smyth, A., Martin, T.G., Harwood, T., Williams, K.A., Fletcher, C., and Murphy, H. (2010) The implications of climate change for biodiversity, conservation and the National Reserve System. A report to the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship, Canberra.

Hazlitt, S. L., Martin, T. G., Sampson, L. & Arcese, P. (2010) The effects of including marine ecological values in terrestrial reserve planning for a forest-nesting seabird. Biological Conservation 143:1299-1303

House, A., Hilbert, D., Ferrier, S., Martin, T.G, Dunlop, M., 2010. The implications of climate change for biodiversity, conservation and the National Reserve System: sclerophyll forests of southeastern Australia, A report to the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts’. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship: Canberra.

Kutt, A. S. & Martin, T. G. (2010) Bird foraging height predicts response to woody vegetation change. Biodiversity and Conservation 19:2247-2262

Kuhnert, P. M., Martin, T. G. & Griffiths, S. P. (2010) A guide to eliciting and using expert knowledge in Bayesian ecological models. Ecology Letters 13:900-914

Martin, T. G. (2010) Grazing away our woodland birds. In: Temperate Woodland Conservation and Management (eds D. Lindenmayer, A. F. Bennett & R. J. Hobbs). Pp.249-258. CSIRO Publishing.

Martin, T.G., Murphy, H., Liedloff, A. (2010) Invasive species and climate change: a framework for predicting species distribution when data are scarce. A report to the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship, Canberra.

McDonald-Madden E.*, Baxter, P. W. J., Fuller, R. A., Martin, T. G., Game, E. T., Montambault, J. & Possingham, H. P. (2010) Monitoring does not always count. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25:547-550

2008-2009

Joseph, L. N., Elkin, C., Martin, T. G., Possingham, H. P. (2009) Modelling abundance using N-mixture models: the importance of considering ecological mechanism. Ecological Applications 19:631-642

Kuhnert P.M., Hayes K., Martin T.G., McBride M.F. (2009). Expert opinion in statistical models. In: 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (eds. Andersen RS, Braddock RD & Newham LTH). Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation Cairns, July 2009, pp. 4262-4268.

O’Leary, R.A., Low Choy, S., Murray, J.V., Kynn, M., Denham, R., Martin, T.G., Mengersen, K. (2009) Comparison of three expert elicitation methods for logistic regression on predicting the presence of the threatened brush-tailed rock-wallaby Petrogale penicillata. Environmetrics 20:379-398.

Martin, T.G, Smith, J., Royle, K., Huettman, F. (2008) Is Marxan the right tool?  In: Ardron, J.A., Possingham, H.P., and Klein, C.J. (eds) Marxan Good Practices Handbook. Pacific Marine Analysis and Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada. pages 12-17. http://www.pacmara.org

Possingham, H.P., Smith, J., Royle, K., Dorfman, D., Martin, T.G. (2008) Introduction. In Ardron, J.A., Possingham, H.P., and Klein, C.J. (eds) Marxan Good Practices Handbook. Pacific Marine Analysis and Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada. pages 1-10. http://www.pacmara.org

Wilson, K.A., Possingham, H.P. Martin, T.G., Grantham, H. (2008) Key Concepts In: Ardron, J.A., Possingham, H.P., and Klein, C.J. (eds) Marxan Good Practices Handbook. Pacific Marine Analysis and Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada. pages 18-24. http://www.pacmara.org

 2006-2007

Martin T.G., Chadès I., Arcese P., Possingham H.P., Marra P., Norris D.R. (2007) Optimal conservation of migratory species. PLoS ONE. 2(8):e751.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000751

Martin, T.G., McIntyre, S. (2007). Impacts of livestock grazing and tree clearing on birds of woodland and riparian habitats. Conservation Biology 21:504-514

Chadès, I., Martin, T.G., Curtis, J.M., Barreto, C. (2007). Managing interacting threatened species: A reinforcement learning decision theoretic approach. In Oxley, L. and Kulasiri, D. (eds) MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2007, pp.74-80. ISBN:978-0-9758400-4-7. http://www.mssanz.org.au/MODSIM07/papers/41_s34/ManagingInteracting_s34_Chades_.pdf

Martin, T.G., McIntyre, S.M., Catterall, C.P., Possingham, H.P. (2006) Is landscape context important for riparian conservation? Birds in grassy woodland. Biological Conservation.127:201-214

Martin, T.G., van Klinken, R. (2006) Value for money? Weed management in Australian rangelands. The Rangeland Journal28:63-75

Martin, T.G., Campbell, S., Grounds, S. (2006) Weeds of Australian rangelands. The Rangeland Journal28:3-26

Martin, T.G., Grice, A.C. (2006) Management of weeds in Australian rangelands: a basis for evaluating projects.The Rangeland Journal 28: 77-81

Grice, A.C., Martin, T.G. (2006) Rangelands, weeds and biodiversity. The Rangeland Journal28:1-2

Grice, A.C., Martin, T.G. (2006) Weed Management: Managing for biodiversity in the rangelands. Department of Environment and Heritage, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra. 40p.

 2004-2005

Martin, T.G., Wintle, B., Rhodes, J., Kuhnert, P.M., Field, S.A., Low Choy, S., Tyre, A.J., Possingham, H.P. (2005) Zero tolerance ecology: improving ecological inference by modelling the source of zero-inflation. Ecology Letters 8:1235-1246

Martin, T.G., Kuhnert, P.M, Mengersen, K.L., Possingham, H.P. (2005) The power of expert opinion in ecological models: A Bayesian approach examining the impact of cattle grazing on birds? Ecological Applications 15:266-280

Martin, T.G., and Possingham, H.P. (2005) Predicting woodland and riparian bird response to livestock grazing using data on foraging height preference. Journal of Applied Ecology 42:400-408

McIntyre, S., Martin, T.G., Heard, K.M., Kinloch, J. (2005) Plant traits predict impact of invading species: an analysis of herbaceous vegetation in the sub-tropics. Australian Journal of Botany  53:757-770

Kuhnert, P.M, Martin, T.G.,Mengersen, K.L, Possingham, H.P. (2005) Assessing the impacts of grazing levels on bird density in woodland habitat: A Bayesian approach using expert opinion. Environmetrics 16:717-747

Grice, A.C., Martin, T.G. (2005) The Management of Weeds and Their Impact on Biodiversity in the Rangelands. CRC for Australian Weed Management and CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems. Commonwealth Australia 130p.

Small, A., Martin, T. G., Kitching, R. L., Khoon Meng, W. (2004). Contribution of tree species to the biodiversity of a 1 ha Old World rainforest in Brunei, Borneo. Biodiversity and Conservation13:2067-2088

 2002-2003

McIntyre, S., Heard, K. M., Martin, T. G. (2003) The relative importance of cattle grazing in sub-tropical grasslands – does it reduce or enhance plant biodiversity? Journal of Applied Ecology 40:445-457

Martin, T.G., Joseph, L. N., Possingham, H.P. (2003) Black-chinned Honeyeaters (Meliphreptus gularis gularis) stealing koala (Phascolartos cinereus) fur to build a nest. The Sunbird 33:16-19

McIntyre, S., Martin, T. G. (2002). Managing intensive and extensive land uses to conserve grassland plants in sub-tropical eucalypt woodlands. Biological Conservation 107:241-252.

Martin, T.G., Green, J.L. (2002) Wildlife and Core Conservation Areas. In: Managing and Conserving Grassy Woodlands.  (Ed. by S. McIntyre, J. G. McIvor & K. M. Heard) CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 111-142.

McIntyre, S., Heard, K, M., Martin, T. G. (2002). How grassland plants are distributed over five human-created habitats typical of eucalypt woodlands in a variegated landscape. Pacific Conservation Biology 7:274-289

2000-2001

Martin, T. G., Catterall, C. P. (2001). Do fragmented coastal heathlands have habitat value to birds in eastern Australia? Wildlife Research 28:17-31.

McIntyre, S., Martin, T. G. (2001). Biophysical and human influences on plant species richness in grasslands: comparing variegated landscapes in sub-tropical and temperate regions. Austral Ecology 26:233-245.

McIntyre S., Martin T.G., McIvor J.G. (2000) Why are subtropical grasslands so species rich? In: Proceeding of the Australian Rangelands Society Centenary Symposium (eds. Nicolson S & Noble J), pp. 75-78, Broken Hill, NSW.

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