Tracey Hollings
Tracey Hollings
Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research
Verified email at delwp.vic.gov.au
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Trophic cascades following the disease‐induced decline of an apex predator, the Tasmanian devil
T Hollings, M Jones, N Mooney, H Mccallum
Conservation Biology 28 (1), 63-75, 2014
862014
Wildlife disease ecology in changing landscapes: mesopredator release and toxoplasmosis
T Hollings, M Jones, N Mooney, H McCallum
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 2, 110-118, 2013
572013
Disease‐induced decline of an apex predator drives invasive dominated states and threatens biodiversity
T Hollings, M Jones, N Mooney, H McCallum
Ecology 97 (2), 394-405, 2016
302016
How do you find the green sheep? A critical review of the use of remotely sensed imagery to detect and count animals
T Hollings, M Burgman, M van Andel, M Gilbert, T Robinson, A Robinson
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (4), 881-892, 2018
242018
Relaxation of risk-sensitive behaviour of prey following disease-induced decline of an apex predator, the Tasmanian devil
T Hollings, H McCallum, K Kreger, N Mooney, M Jones
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1810), 20150124, 2015
192015
Top carnivore decline has cascading effects on scavengers and carrion persistence
CX Cunningham, CN Johnson, LA Barmuta, T Hollings, EJ Woehler, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1892), 20181582, 2018
182018
Species distribution models: A comparison of statistical approaches for livestock and disease epidemics
T Hollings, A Robinson, M van Andel, C Jewell, M Burgman
PloS one 12 (8), e0183626, 2017
102017
Trophic rewilding establishes a landscape of fear: Tasmanian devil introduction increases risk‐sensitive foraging in a key prey species
CX Cunningham, CN Johnson, T Hollings, K Kreger, ME Jones
Ecography 42 (12), 2053-2059, 2019
52019
Risk factors for fouling biomass: evidence from small vessels in Australia
SE Lane, T Hollings, KR Hayes, FR McEnnulty, M Green, E Georgiades, ...
Biofouling 34 (9), 1032-1045, 2018
42018
Biosecurity risk factors presented by international vessels: a statistical analysis
S Clarke, T Hollings, N Liu, G Hood, A Robinson
Biological invasions 19 (10), 2837-2850, 2017
42017
Predicting farm-level animal populations using environmental and socioeconomic variables
M van Andel, C Jewell, J McKenzie, T Hollings, A Robinson, M Burgman, ...
Preventive Veterinary Medicine 145, 121-132, 2017
42017
Does size Matter to Models? exploring the effect of herd size on Outputs of a herd-level Disease spread simulator
M Van Andel, T Hollings, R Bradhurst, A Robinson, M Burgman, ...
Frontiers in veterinary science 5, 78, 2018
22018
Ecological effects of disease-induced apex predator decline
T Hollings
University of Tasmania, 2013
22013
Devils and disease in the landscape: the impact of disease on devils in the wild and on the Tasmanian ecosystem
ME Jones, RK Hamede, T Hollings, HI McCallum
Saving the Tasmanian Devil: Recovery through Science-based Management, 85, 2019
12019
Trophic cascades following disease-induced decline of an apex predator: Tasmanian devils, environmental variability and top-down vs bottom-up control
ME Jones, T Hollings, N Mooney, HI McCallum
97 th Annual Meeting of the Ecological society of America: Portland, 2012
12012
Fig. 9.2.
ME Jones, RK Hamede, T Hollings, HI McCallum
2019
Risk Factors for Fouling Biomass: Evidence from Small Vessels in Australia
T Hollings, SE Lane, KR Hayes, FR McEnnulty, M Green, E Georgiades, ...
bioRxiv, 248567, 2018
2018
Risk and Resource Allocation in the Environment
T Kompas, P Crossley, S Nicol, L Bland, A Chauvenet, Z Doubleday, ...
2016 Theo Murphy High Flyers Think Tank, 9-11, 2017
2017
When the devil's away the possums will play
T Hollings, M Jones
Australasian Science 37 (7), 22, 2016
2016
Declarations by the Author
TA Hollings
2013
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