Ayesha Tulloch
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Predicting species distributions for conservation decisions
A Guisan, R Tingley, JB Baumgartner, I Naujokaitis‐Lewis, PR Sutcliffe, ...
Ecology letters 16 (12), 1424-1435, 2013
The exceptional value of intact forest ecosystems
JEM Watson, T Evans, O Venter, B Williams, A Tulloch, C Stewart, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (4), 599-610, 2018
Realising the full potential of citizen science monitoring programs
AIT Tulloch, HP Possingham, LN Joseph, J Szabo, TG Martin
Biological Conservation 165, 128-138, 2013
Impact of 2019–2020 mega-fires on Australian fauna habitat
M Ward, AIT Tulloch, JQ Radford, BA Williams, AE Reside, SL Macdonald, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (10), 1321-1326, 2020
Satellite remote sensing of ecosystem functions: opportunities, challenges and way forward
N Pettorelli, H Schulte to Bühne, A Tulloch, G Dubois, C Macinnis‐Ng, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4 (2), 71-93, 2018
Why do we map threats? Linking threat mapping with actions to make better conservation decisions
VJD Tulloch, AIT Tulloch, P Visconti, BS Halpern, JEM Watson, MC Evans, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (2), 91-99, 2015
Cross-boundary collaboration: key to the conservation puzzle
S Kark, A Tulloch, A Gordon, T Mazor, N Bunnefeld, N Levin
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 12, 12-24, 2015
Understanding the importance of small patches of habitat for conservation
AIT Tulloch, MD Barnes, J Ringma, RA Fuller, JEM Watson
Journal of Applied Ecology 53, 418-429, 2016
A guide to ecosystem models and their environmental applications
WL Geary, M Bode, TS Doherty, EA Fulton, DG Nimmo, AIT Tulloch, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (11), 1459-1471, 2020
Conservation planners tend to ignore improved accuracy of modelled species distributions to focus on multiple threats and ecological processes
AIT Tulloch, P Sutcliffe, I Naujokaitis-Lewis, R Tingley, L Brotons, ...
Biological Conservation 199, 157-171, 2016
To boldly go where no volunteer has gone before: predicting volunteer activity to prioritize surveys at the landscape scale
AIT Tulloch, K Mustin, HP Possingham, JK Szabo, KA Wilson
Diversity and Distributions 19, 465-480, 2013
Two roles for ecological surrogacy: Indicator surrogates and management surrogates
M Hunter Jr, M Westgate, P Barton, A Calhoun, J Pierson, A Tulloch, ...
Ecological Indicators 63, 121-125, 2016
A behavioural ecology approach to understand volunteer surveying for citizen science datasets
AIT Tulloch, JK Szabo
Emu-Austral Ornithology 112 (4), 313-325, 2012
A new framework for selecting environmental surrogates
D Lindenmayer, J Pierson, P Barton, M Beger, C Branquinho, A Calhoun, ...
Science of the Total Environment 538, 1029-1038, 2015
Standardized reporting of the costs of management interventions for biodiversity conservation
GD Iacona, WJ Sutherland, B Mappin, VM Adams, PR Armsworth, ...
Conservation Biology 32 (5), 979-988, 2018
Predator responses to fire: A global systematic review and meta‐analysis
WL Geary, TS Doherty, DG Nimmo, AIT Tulloch, EG Ritchie
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (4), 955-971, 2020
Geographic range size and extinction risk assessment in nomadic species
CA Runge, A Tulloch, E Hammill, HP Possingham, RA Fuller
Conservation Biology 29, 865–876, 2015
Informed actions: where to cost effectively manage multiple threats to species to maximize return on investment
NA Auerbach, AIT Tulloch, HP Possingham
Ecological Applications 24 (6), 1357-1373, 2014
Spreading like wildfire: The rising threat of extraordinary landscape fires
A Sullivan, E Baker, T Kurvits, A Popescu, AK Paulson, ...
United Nations Environment Programme, 2022
Wise selection of an indicator for monitoring the success of management actions
A Tulloch, HP Possingham, K Wilson
Biological Conservation 144 (1), 141-154, 2011
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