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Harry Moore
Harry Moore
Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions
Verified email at dbca.wa.gov.au
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Animal movements in fire‐prone landscapes
DG Nimmo, S Avitabile, SC Banks, R Bliege Bird, K Callister, MF Clarke, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (3), 981-998, 2019
1362019
Rapid assessment of the biodiversity impacts of the 2019–2020 Australian megafires to guide urgent management intervention and recovery and lessons for other regions
S Legge, JCZ Woinarski, BC Scheele, ST Garnett, M Lintermans, ...
Diversity and Distributions 28 (3), 571-591, 2022
712022
Artificial refuges for wildlife conservation: what is the state of the science?
MA Cowan, MN Callan, MJ Watson, DM Watson, TS Doherty, DR Michael, ...
Biological Reviews 96 (6), 2735-2754, 2021
452021
Rapid analysis of impacts of the 2019–20 fires on animal species, and prioritisation of species for management response: Report prepared for the Wildlife and Threatened Species …
S Legge, J Woinarski, S Garnett, D Nimmo, B Scheele, M Lintermans, ...
Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, 2020
442020
Patterns of niche contraction identify vital refuge areas for declining mammals
B von Takach, BC Scheele, H Moore, BP Murphy, SC Banks
Diversity and Distributions, 2020
322020
Topographic ruggedness and rainfall mediate geographic range contraction of a threatened marsupial predator
HA Moore, JA Dunlop, LE Valentine, JCZ Woinarski, EG Ritchie, ...
Diversity and Distributions 25 (12), 1818-1831, 2019
322019
Artificial refuges to combat habitat loss for an endangered marsupial predator: How do they measure up?
MA Cowan, JA Dunlop, JM Turner, HA Moore, DG Nimmo
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (6), e204, 2020
272020
The effect of camera orientation on the detectability of wildlife: a case study from north‐western Australia
HA Moore, LE Valentine, JA Dunlop, DG Nimmo
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, 2020
242020
Spot on: Using camera traps to individually monitor one of the world’s largest lizards
H Moore, J Champney, J Dunlop, L Valentine, D Nimmo
212020
A brief history of the northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus): a systematic review
HA Moore, JA Dunlop, CJ Jolly, E Kelly, JCZ Woinarski, EG Ritchie, ...
Australian Mammalogy 44 (2), 185-207, 2021
172021
Habitat amount is less important than habitat configuration for a threatened marsupial predator in naturally fragmented landscapes
HA Moore, DR Michael, JA Dunlop, LE Valentine, MA Cowan, DG Nimmo
Landscape Ecology 37 (4), 935-949, 2022
132022
Pilbara northern quoll research program
J Dunlop, N Birch, H Moore, M Cowan
Annual report, 2017
132017
A rocky heart in a spinifex sea: occurrence of an endangered marsupial predator is multiscale dependent in naturally fragmented landscapes
HA Moore, DR Michael, EG Ritchie, JA Dunlop, LE Valentine, RJ Hobbs, ...
Landscape Ecology 36, 1359-1376, 2021
112021
Rock removal associated with agricultural intensification will exacerbate the loss of reptile diversity.
DR Michael, H Moore, S Wassens, MD Craig, R Tingley, DG Chapple, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (7), 2021
102021
Albinism in Dasyurus species–a collation of historical and modern records
J Dunlop, D Peacock, H Moore, M Cowan
Australian Mammalogy 42 (1), 114-118, 2019
92019
Non-preferred habitat increases the activity area of the endangered northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus) in a semi-arid landscape
MA Cowan, HA Moore, BA Hradsky, CJ Jolly, JA Dunlop, ML Wysong, ...
Australian Mammalogy 45 (2), 138-150, 2022
32022
Taxonomic revision reveals potential impacts of Black Summer megafires on a cryptic species
CJ Jolly, HA Moore, MA Cowan, T Cremona, JA Dunlop, SM Legge, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 29 (1), 17-25, 2022
32022
Habitat suitability correlates with mean population fitness of a threatened marsupial predator
HA Moore, JA Dunlop, DG Nimmo
Wildlife Research 51 (1), NULL-NULL, 2023
22023
A review of progress of a research program for the endangered northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus) in the multi-use landscapes of the Pilbara
LA Gibson, HA Moore, MA Cowan, MD Craig, DG Nimmo, JA Dunlop
Australian Mammalogy 45 (3), 251-263, 2023
22023
First you get the money, then you get the power: Comparing the cost and power of monitoring programs to detect changes in occupancy of a threatened marsupial predator
HA Moore, JA Dunlop, HM Geyle, L Greenwood, DG Nimmo
Conservation Science and Practice 5 (2), e12881, 2023
22023
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