Publications

17. Einoder L*, Southwell D*, Lohoz-Monfort J, Gillespie G, Fisher A, Wintle B (2018) Occupancy and detectability modelling of vertebrates in northern Australia using multiple detection methods. PLOS ONE 13(10): e0206373. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0206373. * Both authors contributed equally

16. Robinson N, Legge S, Scheele B, Lindenmayer D, Southwell, et al. (2018) How to ensure threatened species monitoring leads to threatened species conservation. Ecological Restoration and Management DOI: 10.1111/emr.12335

15. Scheele B, Legge S, Armstrong D, Coates D, Copley P, Robinson N, Southwell D, Westgate D, Lindenmayer D (2018) How to improve threatened species management: an Australian perspective. Journal of Environmental Management 223: 668-675.

14. Southwell D, Heard G, McCarthy M (2018) Optimal timing of biodiversity offsetting for metapopulations Ecological Applications 28(2): 508-521.

13. Southwell D, Tingley R., Bode M, Nicholson, E, Phillips B (2017) Cost and feasibility of a barrier to halt the spread of invasive cane toads in arid Australia: closing the knowing-doing gap, Journal of Applied Ecology. 54 216-224

12. Canessa S, Guillera-Arroita G, Lahoz-Monfort J, Southwell D, Converse S, Armstrong D, Chades I, Lacy R, Miller P, McCarthy M (2016) Adaptive management for species conservation across the captive wild spectrum, Biological Conservation 199:123-131

11. Southwell D, Rhodes JR, McDonald-Madden E, Nicol S, Helmstedt K, McCarthy M (2016) Abiotic and biotic interactions determine whether increased colonization is beneficial or detrimental to metapopulation persistence Theoretical Population Biology 109:44-53.

10. Southwell D, Hauser C, McCarthy M (2016) Learning about colonization when managing metapopulations under an adaptive management framework. Ecological Applications 26(1):279-94 DOI: 10.1890/14-2430

9. Canessa S, Guillera-Arroita G, Lahoz-Monfort J, Southwell D, Converse S, Armstrong D, Chades I, Lacy R, Miller P, McCarthy M (2015) When do we need further research? A primer on calculating the value of information for applied ecology. Methods in Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12423

8. Southwell D, Emmerson L, Forcada J, Southwell C (2015) A bioenergetics model for a population of Adelie penguins in East Antarctica. Marine Ecology Progress Series 526: 183-197

7. Einoder, L.D., Emmerson, L.M., Southwell, D.M. & Southwell, C.J. (2014) Cavity characteristics and ice accumulation affect nest selection and breeding in Snow Petrels Pagodroma nivea. Marine Ornithology 42: 177–184

6. Barnes B, Southwell D, Bruce S, Woodhams, F. (2014) Additionality, common practice and incentive schemes for the uptake of innovations. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change 89: 43-61.

5. Southwell D , Boero V, Mewett O S. McCowen & Hennecke C (2013): Understanding the drivers and barriers to participation in wild canid management in Australia: Implications for the adoption of a new toxin, paraaminopropiophenone, International Journal of Pest Management, DOI:10.1080/09670874.2012.744493

4. Southwell CJ, Bengtson J, Bester M, Blix AS, Bornemann H, Boveng PL, Cameron M, Forcada J, Laake J, Nordøy E, Plötz J, Rogers TL, Southwell D, Steinhage D, Stewart B, Trathan (2012). A review of data on abundance, trends in abundance, habitat use and diet of ice-breeding seals in the Southern Ocean. CCAMLR Science 19

3. Southwell D., Einoder L., Emmerson L., Southwell C (2011) Using the double-observer method to estimate detection probability of two cavity-nesting seabirds in Antarctica: the snow petrel (Pagodroma nivea) and the Wilson’s storm petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) Polar Biology. 34:1467–1474 DOI 10.1007/s00300-011-1004-3

2. Wilson D., Pike R., Southwell D & Southwell C (2009) A systematic survey of breeding Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeleliae) in Kemp Land, East Antarctica: new colonies and population counts. Antarctic Science. 21(6): 591-592. DOI: 10.1017/S0954102009990307

1. Southwell D., Lechner A., Coates T. and Wintle B (2008) The sensitivity of population viability analysis to uncertainty about habitat requirements: Implications for the management of the endangered southern brown bandicoot. Conservation Biology. 22(4): 1045-1054. DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2008.00934.x.

Book chapters

4. Robinson N, Morgain R, Legge S, Scheele B, Lindenmayer D, Southwell D, et al. (2018) Organisational perspectives of threatened species monitoring. In Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities (Eds. Legge, Lindenmayer, Robinson, Scheele, Southwell, Wintle). CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne

3. Robinson N, Morgain R, Legge S, Lindenmayer D, Scheele B, Southwell D, et al. (2018) Essential principles to guide monitoring of threatened species biodiversity. In Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities (Eds. Legge, Lindenmayer, Robinson, Scheele, Southwell, Wintle). CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne

2. Benshemesh J, Southwell D, Lahoz-Monfort J, Hauser C, Rumpff L, Bode M, Burnard T, Wintle B (2018) Citizen Science and database management. In Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities (Eds. Legge, Lindenmayer, Robinson, Scheele, Southwell, Wintle). CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne

1. Einoder L, Southwell D, Gillespie G, Fisher A, Lahoz-Monfort J, Wintle B (2018) Optimising broad-scale monitoring for trend detection: review and re-design of a long-term program in northern Australia. In Monitoring Threatened Species and Ecological Communities (Eds. Legge, Lindenmayer, Robinson, Scheele, Southwell, Wintle). CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne

Edited books

1. Legge, S., D. B. Lindenmayer, N. M. Robinson, B. C. Scheele, D. M. Southwell, and B. A. Wintle, editors. (2018) Monitoring threatened species and ecological communities. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne

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