Joanna Burgar
Joanna Burgar
Murdoch University
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Primed for change: developing ecological restoration for the 21st century
N Shackelford, RJ Hobbs, JM Burgar, TE Erickson, JB Fontaine, ...
Restoration Ecology 21 (3), 297-304, 2013
Who's for dinner? High‐throughput sequencing reveals bat dietary differentiation in a biodiversity hotspot where prey taxonomy is largely undescribed
JM Burgar, DC Murray, MD Craig, J Haile, J Houston, V Stokes, M Bunce
Molecular Ecology 23 (15), 3605-3617, 2014
Estimating density for species conservation: Comparing camera trap spatial count models to genetic spatial capture-recapture models
JM Burgar, FEC Stewart, JP Volpe, JT Fisher, AC Burton
Global ecology and conservation 15, e00411, 2018
The importance of mature forest as bat roosting habitat within a production landscape
JM Burgar, MD Craig, VL Stokes
Forest Ecology and Management 356, 112-123, 2015
The importance of considering multiple interacting species for conservation of species at risk
JM Burgar, AC Burton, JT Fisher
Conservation Biology 33 (3), 709-715, 2019
Habitat features act as unidirectional and dynamic filters to bat use of production landscapes
JM Burgar, VL Stokes, MD Craig
Biological Conservation 209, 280-288, 2017
Mammal seismic line use varies with restoration: Applying habitat restoration to species at risk conservation in a working landscape
ER Tattersall, JM Burgar, JT Fisher, AC Burton
Biological Conservation 241, 108295, 2020
Bat habitat use of restored jarrah eucalypt forests in south-western Australia
J Burgar
Murdoch University, 2014
Aerial Ungulate Survey (2015), Moose in WMU 519
JM Burgar, A Sztaba, LA Region
Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta, Lower Athabasca Region, Fort …, 2015
Effects of scent lure on camera trap detections vary across mammalian predator and prey species
D Holinda, JM Burgar, AC Burton
PloS one 15 (5), e0229055, 2020
Boreal predator co‐occurrences reveal shared use of seismic lines in a working landscape
ER Tattersall, JM Burgar, JT Fisher, AC Burton
Ecology and Evolution 10 (3), 1678-1691, 2020
Investigating the congruence between vegetation succession and faunal recolonization in a production landscape: A case study of bats in south-western Australia
JM Burgar, MD Craig, VL Stokes
97th ESA Annual Meeting, 2012
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