Gilad Bino
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Abrupt spatial and numerical responses of overabundant foxes to a reduction in anthropogenic resources
G Bino, A Dolev, D Yosha, A Guter, R King, D Saltz, S Kark
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (6), 1262-1271, 2010
Accurate prediction of bird species richness patterns in an urban environment using Landsat‐derived NDVI and spectral unmixing
G Bino, N Levin, S Darawshi, N Van Der Hal, A Reich‐Solomon, S Kark
International Journal of Remote Sensing 29 (13), 3675-3700, 2008
Heterogeneous urban green areas are bird diversity hotspots: insights using continental-scale citizen science data
CT Callaghan, G Bino, RE Major, JM Martin, MB Lyons, RT Kingsford
Landscape Ecology 34, 1231-1246, 2019
Policy considerations for managing wetlands under a changing climate
CM Finlayson, SJ Capon, D Rissik, J Pittock, G Fisk, NC Davidson, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (10), 1803-1815, 2017
Continental impacts of water development on waterbirds, contrasting two Australian river basins: Global implications for sustainable water use
RT Kingsford, G Bino, JL Porter
Global change biology 23 (11), 4958-4969, 2017
Upland habitat loss as a threat to Pantanal wetlands
FO Roque, J Ochoa-Quintero, DB Ribeiro, LSM Sugai, R Costa-Pereira, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (5), 1131-1134, 2016
Developing state and transition models of floodplain vegetation dynamics as a tool for conservation decision‐making: a case study of the Macquarie Marshes Ramsar wetland
G Bino, SA Sisson, RT Kingsford, RF Thomas, S Bowen
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (3), 654-664, 2015
Testing a global standard for quantifying species recovery and assessing conservation impact
MK Grace, HR Akçakaya, EL Bennett, TM Brooks, A Heath, S Hedges, ...
Conservation Biology 35 (6), 1833-1849, 2021
Inundation requirements for persistence and recovery of river red gums (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) in semi-arid Australia
K Catelotti, RT Kingsford, G Bino, P Bacon
Biological Conservation 184, 346-356, 2015
Maximizing colonial waterbirds' breeding events using identified ecological thresholds and environmental flow management
G Bino, C Steinfeld, RT Kingsford
Ecological Applications 24 (1), 142-157, 2014
Impacts of the unprecedented 2019–2020 bushfires on Australian animals
LM Van Eeden, D Nimmo, M Mahony, K Herman, G Ehmke, J Driessen, ...
Report prepared for WWF-Australia, Ultimo NSW, 2020
Decline in colonial waterbird breeding highlights loss of Ramsar wetland function
KJ Brandis, G Bino, JA Spencer, D Ramp, RT Kingsford
Biological Conservation 225, 22-30, 2018
Prioritizing Wetlands for Waterbirds in a Boom and Bust System: Waterbird Refugia and Breeding in the Murray-Darling Basin
G Bino, RT Kingsford, J Porter
PLOS ONE, 2015
Late autumn trophic flexibility of the golden jackalCanis aureus
J Lanszki, G Giannatos, A Dolev, G Bino, M Heltai
Acta Theriologica 55, 361-370, 2010
Australia’s wetlands–learning from the past to manage for the future
G Bino, RT Kingsford, K Brandis
Pacific Conservation Biology 22 (2), 116-129, 2016
Linking habitat suitability and road mortalities across geographic ranges
E Roger, G Bino, D Ramp
Landscape Ecology 27, 1167-1181, 2012
Ramsar wetlands of international importance–improving conservation outcomes
RT Kingsford, G Bino, CM Finlayson, D Falster, JA Fitzsimons, DE Gawlik, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 9, 53, 2021
The platypus: evolutionary history, biology, and an uncertain future
G Bino, RT Kingsford, M Archer, JH Connolly, J Day, K Dias, D Goldney, ...
Journal of Mammalogy 100 (2), 308-327, 2019
A commentary on "A Long-term ecological trends of flow-dependent ecosystems in a major regulated river basin" by Colloff et al.
R Kingsford, R Mac Nally, A King, K Walker, G Bino, R Thompson, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research, 2015
Waterbird communities in the Murray–Darling Basin, 1983–2012
RT Kingsford, G Bino, JL Porter, K Brandis
University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2013
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