|Testing the grass‐fire cycle: alien grass invasion in the tropical savannas of northern Australia|
NA Rossiter, SA Setterfield, MM Douglas, LB Hutley
Diversity and distributions 9 (3), 169-176, 2003
|Fire frequency and biodiversity conservation in Australian tropical savannas: implications from the Kapalga fire experiment|
AN Andersen, GD Cook, LK Corbett, MM Douglas, RW Eager, ...
Austral Ecology 30 (2), 155-167, 2005
|Riparian ecosystems in the 21st century: hotspots for climate change adaptation?|
SJ Capon, LE Chambers, R Mac Nally, RJ Naiman, P Davies, N Marshall, ...
Ecosystems 16 (3), 359-381, 2013
|River and wetland food webs in Australia’s wet–dry tropics: general principles and implications for management|
MM Douglas, SE Bunn, PM Davies
Marine and Freshwater Research 56 (3), 329-342, 2005
|The 10 Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points|
WF Laurance, B Dell, SM Turton, MJ Lawes, LB Hutley, H McCallum, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1472-1480, 2011
|Fire research for conservation management in tropical savannas: introducing the Kapalga fire experiment|
AN Andersen, RW Braithwaite, GD Cook, LK Corbett, RJ Williams, ...
Australian Journal of Ecology 23 (2), 95-110, 1998
|Species richness of stream stones: an investigation of the mechanisms generating the species-area relationship|
M Douglas, PS Lake
Oikos, 387-396, 1994
|BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH: Turning up the heat: the impacts of Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) invasion on fire behaviour in northern Australian savannas|
SA Setterfield, NA Rossiter‐Rachor, LB Hutley, MM Douglas, RJ Williams
Diversity and distributions 16 (5), 854-861, 2010
|Relationships of stream invertebrate communities to deforestation in eastern Madagascar|
JP Benstead, MM Douglas, CM Pringle
Ecological Applications 13 (5), 1473-1490, 2003
|Invasive Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) is an ecosystem transformer of nitrogen relations in Australian savanna|
NA Rossiter-Rachor, SA Setterfield, MM Douglas, LB Hutley, GD Cook, ...
Ecological Applications 19 (6), 1546-1560, 2009
|The effect of three fire regimes on stream water quality, water yield and export coefficients in a tropical savanna (northern Australia)|
SA Townsend, MM Douglas
Journal of Hydrology 229 (3-4), 118-137, 2000
|Bayesian network models for environmental flow decision making in the Daly River, Northern Territory, Australia|
TU Chan, BT Hart, MJ Kennard, BJ Pusey, W Shenton, MM Douglas, ...
River Research and Applications 28 (3), 283-301, 2012
|Fish mediate high food web connectivity in the lower reaches of a tropical floodplain river|
TD Jardine, BJ Pusey, SK Hamilton, NE Pettit, PM Davies, MM Douglas, ...
Oecologia 168 (3), 829-838, 2012
|The ‘wet–dry’in the wet–dry tropics drives river ecosystem structure and processes in northern Australia|
DM Warfe, NE Pettit, PM Davies, BJ Pusey, SK Hamilton, MJ Kennard, ...
Freshwater Biology 56 (11), 2169-2195, 2011
|Predicting novel riparian ecosystems in a changing climate|
JA Catford, RJ Naiman, LE Chambers, J Roberts, M Douglas, P Davies
Ecosystems 16 (3), 382-400, 2013
|Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) invasion increases fire-mediated nitrogen losses in the tropical savannas of northern Australia|
NA Rossiter-Rachor, SA Setterfield, MM Douglas, LB Hutley, GD Cook
Ecosystems 11 (1), 77-88, 2008
|Effects of Canopy Cover and Ground Disturbance on Establishment of an Invasive Grass in an Australia Savanna1|
SA Setterfield, MM Douglas, LB Hutley, MA Welch
Biotropica: The Journal of Biology and Conservation 37 (1), 25-31, 2005
|Effects of the exotic macrophyte, para grass (Urochloa mutica), on benthic and epiphytic macroinvertebrates of a tropical floodplain|
MM Douglas, RA O'Connor
Freshwater Biology 48 (6), 962-971, 2003
|Consumer–resource coupling in wet–dry tropical rivers|
TD Jardine, NE Pettit, DM Warfe, BJ Pusey, DP Ward, MM Douglas, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (2), 310-322, 2012
|Experimental colonization of sand, gravel and stones by macroinvertebrates in the Acheron River, southeastern Australia|
TJ Doeg, R Marchant, M Douglas, PS Lake
Freshwater Biology 22 (1), 57-64, 1989