|Ecological applications of near infrared reflectance spectroscopy–a tool for rapid, cost-effective prediction of the composition of plant and animal tissues and aspects of …|
WJ Foley, A McIlwee, I Lawler, L Aragones, AP Woolnough, N Berding
Oecologia 116 (3), 293-305, 1998
|Molecular techniques, wildlife management and the importance of genetic population structure and dispersal: a case study with feral pigs|
JO Hampton, P SPENCER, DL Alpers, LE Twigg, AP Woolnough, J Doust, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (4), 735-743, 2004
|Invasive species can't cover their tracks: using microsatellites to assist management of starling (Sturnus vulgaris) populations in Western Australia|
LEEANN ROLLINS, AP WOOLNOUGH, AN WILTON, R Sinclair, ...
Molecular Ecology 18 (8), 1560-1573, 2009
|Vertical zonation of browse quality in tree canopies exposed to a size-structured guild of African browsing ungulates|
A Woolnough, J du Toit
Oecologia 129 (4), 585-590, 2001
|Population genetic tools for pest management: a review|
LA Rollins, AP Woolnough, WB Sherwin
Wildlife Research 33 (4), 251-261, 2006
|A systematic review of the impacts and management of introduced deer (family Cervidae) in Australia|
NE Davis, A Bennett, DM Forsyth, DMJS Bowman, EC Lefroy, SW Wood, ...
Wildlife Research 43 (6), 515-532, 2016
|Mitochondrial DNA offers unique insights into invasion history of the common starling|
LEEANN ROLLINS, AP WOOLNOUGH, RON SINCLAIR, NJ MOONEY, ...
Molecular ecology 20 (11), 2307-2317, 2011
|Assessment and genetic characterisation of Australian camels using microsatellite polymorphisms|
PBS Spencer, AP Woolnough
Livestock Science 129 (1-3), 241-245, 2010
|Rapid evaluation of pasture quality for a critically endangered mammal, the northern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus krefftii)|
AP Woolnough, WJ Foley
Wildlife Research 29 (1), 91-100, 2002
|How does a carnivore guild utilise a substantial but unpredictable anthropogenic food source? Scavenging on hunter-shot ungulate carcasses by wild dogs/dingoes, red foxes and …|
DM Forsyth, L Woodford, PD Moloney, JO Hampton, AP Woolnough, ...
PLoS One 9 (6), e97937, 2014
|Feral pigs: predicting future distributions|
BD Cowled, F Giannini, SD Beckett, A Woolnough, S Barry, L Randall, ...
Wildlife Research 36 (3), 242-251, 2009
|Comparison of three techniques for the attachment of radio transmitters to European Starlings|
AP Woolnough, WE Kirkpatrick, TJ Lowe, K Rose
Journal of Field Ornithology 75 (4), 330-336, 2004
|Assessment of the potential for competition between two sympatric herbivores-the northern hairy-nosed wombat, Lasiorhinus krefftii, and the eastern grey kangaroo, Macropus …|
AP Woolnough, CN Johnson
Wildlife Research 27 (3), 301-308, 2000
|Out on the border: keeping starlings out of Western Australia.|
AP Woolnough, MC Massam, RL Payne, GS Pickles
Out on the border: keeping starlings out of Western Australia., 183-189, 2005
|Selection on mitochondrial variants occurs between and within individuals in an expanding invasion|
LA Rollins, AP Woolnough, BG Fanson, ML Cummins, TM Crowley, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (4), 995-1007, 2016
|The palaeoecology of the Vombatidae: did giant wombats burrow?|
AP Woolnough, VR Steele
Mammal Review 31 (1), 33-45, 2008
|Selection of prey by size in Ningaui yvonneae|
AP Woolnough, SM Carthew
Australian journal of Zoology 44 (3), 319-326, 1996
|Evaluation of techniques for indirect measurement of body composition in a free-ranging large herbivore, the Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat|
AP Woolnough, WJ Foley, CN Johnson, M Evans
Wildlife Research 24 (6), 649-660, 1997
|Salmonella infection in a remote, isolated wild pig population|
MP Ward, BD Cowled, F Galea, MG Garner, SW Laffan, I Marsh, K Negus, ...
Veterinary microbiology 162 (2-4), 921-929, 2013
|Integrating survey and molecular approaches to better understand wildlife disease ecology|
BD Cowled, MP Ward, SW Laffan, F Galea, MG Garner, AJ MacDonald, ...
PLoS One 7 (10), e46310, 2012