Over the years research staff employed by the Government of Western Australia have produced many papers on the Western Australian flora and fauna.
Research dating back to 1896 is available and represents the first database of the research conducted on Western Australia's flora, fauna and forest since the establishment of Government in the 1890s.
Research by the following departments and agencies is available:
Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.
As this bibliography is on Western Australian flora and fauna by staff of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and its predecessors, papers and reports on topics such as general departmental management, sheep, wheat, commercial marine fisheries, trout, etc. have been excluded. Also excluded are papers by staff of other Government departments and authorities such as the Western Australian Museum.
Most of the titles in this database can be found within the catalogue of the DBCA Library.
Lowe M-A, McGrath G, Leopold M (2021 ie 2020). The impact of soil water repellency and slope upon runoff and erosion. Soil and Tillage Research 205, pp.
Ahrens CW, Jordan R, Bragg J, Harrison PA, Hopley T, Bothwell H et al. [Byrne, M] (2021). Regarding the f-word: the effects of data filtering on inferred genotype-environment associations. Molecular Ecology Resources 21, pp. 1460–1474
Andrzejaczek S, Vély M, Jouannet D, Rowat D, Fossette S (2021). Regional movements of satellite-tagged whale sharks Rhincodon typus in the Gulf of Aden. Ecology and Evolution 11, pp. 4920–4934
Babcock RC, Thomson DP, Haywood MDE, Vanderklift MA, Pillans R, Rochester WA et al. [Shedrawi G, Field S, Evans R] (2021). Recurrent coral bleaching in north-western Australia and associated declines in coral cover. Marine and Freshwater Research 72, pp. 620–632
Barrett RL, Macfarlane TD, Keighery GJ (2021). Taxonomic revision of Corynotheca (Hemerocallidaceae / Asphodelaceae). Telopea 24, pp. 7–52
Bateman AM, Erickson TE, Merritt DJ, Veneklaas EJ, Muñoz-Rojas M (2021). Native plant diversity is a stronger driver for soil quality than inorganic amendments in semi-arid post-mining rehabilitation. Geoderma 394,
Bergstrom DM, Wienecke BC, van den Hoff J, Hughes L, Lindenmayer DL, Ainsworth TD et al. [Ruthrof KX] (2021). Combating ecosystem collapse from the tropics to the Antarctic. Global Change Biology 27, pp. 1692–1703
Bhandari SK, Veneklaas EJ, McCaw L, Mazanec R, Whitford K, Renton M (2021). Effect of thinning and fertilizer on growth and allometry of Eucalyptus marginata. Forest Ecology and Management 479,
Bhandari SK, Veneklaas EJ, McCaw L, Mazanec R, Whitford K, Renton M (2021). Predicting individual tree growth in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest based on size and distance of neighbouring trees in thinned and non-thinned plots. Forest Ecology and Management 494,
Binks RM, Steane DA, Byrne M (2021). Genomic divergence in sympatry indicates strong reproductive barriers and cryptic species within Eucalyptus salubris. Ecology and Evolution 11, pp. 5096–5110
Birt MJ, Cure K, Wilson S, Newman SJ, Harvey ES, Meekan M et al. [Goetze J] (2021). Isolated reefs support stable fish communities with high abundances of regionally fished species. Ecology and Evolution 11, pp. 4701–4718
Blythman M (2021). Predicting the hatching date of malleefowl Leipoa ocellata eggs without excavating the mound. Australian Field Ornithology 38, pp. 78–86
Bouchet PJ, Thiele D, Marley SA, Waples K, Weisenberger F, Balanggarra Rangers et al. [Raudino H] (2021). Regional assessment of the conservation status of snubfin dolphins (Orcaella heinsohni) in the Kimberley region, Western Australia. Frontiers in Marine Science 7,
Bougher NL (2021). An observation of ants harvesting a fruit body of Amanita. Western Australian Naturalist 32, pp. 45–47
Bougher NL (2021). Fungi of Perth, Western Australia: a visual guide to more than 600 species recorded at Kings Park & Bold Park. Version 5. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 231 p.
Braby MF, Williams MR, Douglas F, Beardsell C, Crosby DF (2021). Changes in a peri-urban butterfly assemblage over 80 years near Melbourne, Australia. Austral Entomology 60, pp. 27–51
Bradbury D, Binks RM, Byrne M (2021). Genomic data inform conservation of rare tree species: clonality, diversity and hybridity in Eucalyptus series in a global biodiversity hotspot. Biodiversity and Conservation 30, pp. 619–641
Breshears DD, Fontaine JB, Ruthrof KX, Field JP, Feng X, Burger JR et al. (2021). Underappreciated plant vulnerabilities to heat waves. New Phytologist 231, pp. 32–39
Brown AP, Phillips RD (2021). Caladenia multiplex (Orchidaceae), a new, sexually deceptive species from the south-west of Western Australia. Nuytsia 32, pp. 55–58
Buirchell BJ, Brown AP (2021). Eremophila rarissima (Scrophulariaceae), a new rarity from Western Australia. Nuytsia 32, pp. 63–66
Burbidge A (2021). Threats to nesting tropicbirds. Western Australian Bird Notes 178, p. 7
Butcher R (2021). Two new, orange-flowered Tephrosia (Fabaceae: Millettieae) species from the Kimberley region, in Western Australia’s monsoon tropics. Nuytsia 32, pp. 39–50
Butcher R, Cowie ID (2021). Redefinition of Tephrosia supina (Fabaceae: Millettiae), a north-west Western Australian endemic, and description of two similar species. Nuytsia 32, pp. 67–83
Butt N, Wenger AS, Lohr C, Woodberry O, Morris K, Pressey RL (2021). Predicting and managing plant invasions on offshore islands. Conservation Science and Practice 3,
Byrne M (2021). Genetic analysis confirms the need to split Leptospermum into multiple genera (ABSTRACT). In Program: Australasian Honey Bee 2021 Research Conference, 29 June-1 July 2021, Perth p. 1
Clementi GM, Bakker J, Flowers KI, Postaire BD, Babcock EA, Bond ME et al. [Goetze JS] (2021). Moray eels are more common on coral reefs subject to higher human pressure in the greater Caribbean. iScience 24,
Cowan M, Dunlop J, Nimmo D, Turner J, Moore H (2021). Between a rock and a hard place: artificial refuges for endangered northern quolls. PowerPoint presentation at Pilbara Rehabilitation Group Workshop, 16 March 2021. 16 p.
Cowen S, Sims C (2021). Conservation translocation of banded and Shark Bay rufous hare-wallaby to Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia. In Global Conservation Translocation Perspectives, 2021: Case-Studies from Around the Globe IUCN SSC Conservation Translocation Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland. pp. 189–193
Cross AT, Ivanov D, Stevens JC, Sadler R, Zhong H, Lambers H et al. (2021). Nitrogen limitation and calcifuge plant strategies constrain the establishment of native vegetation on magnetite mine tailings. Plant and Soil 461, pp. 181–201
Desbiens AA, Roff G, Robbins WD, Taylor BM, Castro-Sanguino C, Dempsey A et al. (2021). Revisiting the paradigm of shark-driven trophic cascades in coral reef ecosystems. Ecology 102,
Dundas SJ, Ruthrof KX, Hardy GE St J, Fleming PA (2021). Some like it hot: drought-induced forest die-off influences reptile assemblages. Acta Oecologica 111,
Dziminski M, Carpenter F (2021). Monitoring the abundance of greater bilbies. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Information Sheet 102/2021, 2 p.
Dziminski M, Carpenter F, Cowan M (2021). Occupancy monitoring of fauna at Warralong, 2019. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 73 p.
Dziminski MA, Carpenter FM, Morris F (2021). Monitoring the abundance of wild and reintroduced bilby populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 85, pp. 240–253
Eldridge MDB, Pearson DJ, Potter S (2021). Identification of a novel hybrid zone within the black-footed rock-wallaby (Petrogale lateralis) in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 68, pp. 98–107
Elliott C, Lewandrowski W, Turner S, Krauss S, Merritt D, Miller B et al. [Stevens J] (2021). Tetratheca erubescens translocation, annual research report 4 for Mineral Resources Limited, March 2020 to March 2021. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kings Park, W.A.. 64 p.
Elliott CP, Turner S (2021). Experimental translocation of the threatened banded ironstone wedding bush in Western Australia. In Global Conservation Translocation Perspectives, 2021: Case-Studies from Around the Globe IUCN SSC Conservation Translocation Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland. pp. 264–268
Erickson T (2021). Global Innovation Linkages: final report. Kings Park and Botanic Garden, West Perth. 14 p.
Evans RD, McMahon KM, van Dijk K-J, Dawkins K, Nilsson Jacobi M, Vikrant A (2021). Identification of dispersal barriers for a colonising seagrass using seascape genetic analysis. Science of the Total Environment 763, pp.
Ferreira LC, Thums M, Fossette S, Wilson P, Shimada T, Tucker AD et al. [Loewenthal G, Whiting SD] (2021). Multiple satellite tracking datasets inform green turtle conservation at a regional scale. Diversity and Distributions 27, pp. 249–266
Fomichev CI, Macfarlane TD, Valiejo-Roman CM, Samigullin TH, Degtjareva GV, Briggs BG et al. (2021). Two centuries from species discovery to diagnostic characters: molecular and morphological evidence for narrower species limits in the widespread SW Australian Anarthria gracilis complex (Restionaceae s.l./Anarthriaceae, Poales). PeerJ 9,
Fossette S, Loewenthal G, Peel LR, Vitenbergs A, Hamel MA, Douglas C et al. [Tucker AD, Mayer F, Whiting SD] (2021). Using aerial photogrammetry to assess stock-wide marine turtle nesting distribution, abundance and cumulative exposure to industrial activity. Remote Sensing 13,
French B, Wilson S, Holmes T, Rule M, Ryan N (2021). Comparing five methods for quantifying abundance and diversity of fish assemblages in seagrass habitat. Ecological Indicators 124, pp.
French B, Wilson S, Kendrick A, Rule M (2021). The mesh size effect: counting long thin fish in seagrass. Fisheries Research 242,
Gallagher RV, Allen S, Mackenzie BDE, Yates CJ, Gosper CR, Keith DA et al. (2021). High fire frequency and the impact of the 2019-2020 megafires on Australian plant diversity. Diversity and Distributions 27, pp. 1166–1179
Geyle HM, Tingley R, Amey A, Cogger H, Couper P, Cowan M et al. (2021). Reptiles on the brink: identifying the Australian terrestrial snake and lizard species most at risk of extinction. Pacific Conservation Biology 27, pp. 3–12
Gibson L (2021). Research update 2021: Subterranean Fauna Research Program: closing the knowledge gaps. Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute, Perth. 20 p.
Gibson Vega A, Rayner K (2021). The secret life of grasswrens. Landscope 36(4), pp. 28–32
Goetze JS, Wilson S, Radford B, Fisher R, Langlois TJ, Monk J et al. [Holmes TH] (2021). Increased connectivity and depth improve the effectiveness of marine reserves. Global Change Biology 27, pp. 3432–3447
Goldsworthy SD, Shaughnessy PD, Mackay AI, Bailleul F, Holman D, Lowther AD et al. [Waples K, Raudino H] (2021). Assessment of the status and trends in abundance of a coastal pinniped, the Australian sea lion Neophoca cinerea. Endangered Species Research 44, pp. 421–437
Golos PJ, Merino-Martín L, Commander LE, Elliott CP, Williams MR, Miller BP et al. [Stevens J] (2021). Interactions between soil covers and rainfall affect post-mining plant restoration in a semi-arid banded iron formation. Ecological Engineering 159,
Gosper CR, Coates DJ, Hopper SD, Byrne M, Yates CJ (2021). The role of landscape history in the distribution and conservation of threatened flora in the southwest Australian floristic region. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 133, pp. 394–410
Gosper CR, Kinloch J, Coates DJ, Byrne M, Pitt G, Yates CJ (2021). Differential exposure and susceptibility to threats based on evolutionary history: how OCBIL theory informs flora conservation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 133, pp. 373–393
Hampson H, Simpson T, Whiting S, Wilson P (2021). High predation of marine turtle hatchlings near a coastal jetty. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Information Sheet 104, 2 p.
Harvey ES, McLean DL, Goetze JS, Saunders BJ, Langlois TJ, Monk J et al. [Wilson SK, Holmes TH] (2021). The BRUVs workshop: an Australia-wide synthesis of baited remote underwater video data to answer broad-scale ecological questions about fish, sharks and rays. Marine Policy 127,
Hernandez-Santin L, Henderson M, Molloy SW, Dunlop JA, Davis RA (2021). Spatial ecology of an endangered carnivore, the Pilbara northern quoll. Australian Mammalogy 43, pp. 235–242
Hislop M (2021). Interim key to, and composition of, species groups in Western Australian Styphelia. Nuytsia 32, pp. 29–37
Hislop M (2021). Key to the genera of Ericaceae subfamily Epacridoideae (formerly Epacridaceae) in Western Australia. Nuytsia 32, pp. 25–28
Hoffmann EP, Cavanough KL, Mitchell NJ (2021). Low desiccation and thermal tolerance constrains a terrestrial amphibian to a rare and disappearing microclimate niche. Conservation Physiology 9,
Hopper SD, Fiedler PL, Yates CJ (2021). Inselberg floristics exemplify the coast to inland OCBIL transition in a global biodiversity hotspot. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 133, pp. 624–644
Hounslow JL, Jewell OJD, Fossette S, Whiting S, Tucker AD, Richardson A et al. (2021). Animal-borne video from a sea turtle reveals novel anti-predator behaviours. Ecology 102,
Huisman J (2021). Diamondback squid (Thysanoteuthis rhombus). Landscope 36(3), p. 11
Huisman J (2021). News from the Western Australian Herbarium. Australasian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 186, p. 20
Huisman JM, Dixon RRM, Townsend RA, Belton GS (2021). Diversity and distribution of marine benthic algae and seagrasses in the tropical Kimberley, Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 85, pp. 185–200
Huisman JM, Guiry MD (2021). Recognition of Dichotomaria major (Decaisne) comb. nov. (Rhodophyta, Galaxauraceae) from Timor and Australia, based on Galaxaura major Decaisne. Notulae Algarum 201, pp. 1–4
James SA (2021). Western Australian Herbarium (PERTH): reconnecting and reimagining Herbaria: recognising the diversity of WA’s herbarium volunteers and local floras during National Volunteer Week. Australasian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 187, pp. 14–15
Johnston T, Dziminski M, Renwick J (2021). 2020 annual report on the commercial harvest of kangaroos in Western Australia. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 31 p.
Karlsdóttir B, Knight AT, Johnson K, Dawson J (2021). Lessons from practitioners for designing and implementing effective amphibian captive breeding programmes. Oryx 55, pp. 382–392
Keighery G (2021). Lycopus europeus L. (Lamiaceae), a new weed record for Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 32, pp. 48–50
Keighery G, Mitchell A (2021). A new alert weed for the north-west of Australia: mopane (Colophospermum mopane). Western Australian Naturalist 32, pp. 32–34
Knight K (2021). Everything you wanted to know about your State Herbarium. PowerPoint presentation at Mandurah Island Probus Club, 16 June 2021. 22 p.
Knight K (2021). The connection between herbaria and cacti/succulents: a fleshy partnership. PowerPoint presentation at Cactus and Succulent Society of Australia, Melbourne Chapter, Zoom meeting, 26 January 2021. 46 p.
Krauss S (2021). Kings Park summer scholars shine. For People & Plants 114, pp. 27–30
Langille BL, Hyde J, Saint KM, Bradford TM, Stringer DN, Tierney SM et al. (2021). Evidence for speciation underground in diving beetles (Dytiscidae) from a subterranean archipelago. Evolution 75, pp. 166–175
Latorre B, Moret-Fernández D, Lyons MN, Palacio S (2021). Smartphone-based tension disc infiltrometer for soil hydraulic characterisation. Journal of Hydrology 600,
Lewandrowski W, Stevens JC, Webber BL, Dalziell EL, Trudgen MS, Bateman AM et al. [Erickson TE] (2021). Global change impacts on arid zone ecosystems: seedling establishment processes are threatened by temperature and water stress. Ecology and Evolution 11, pp. 8071–8084
Lohr CA, Dziminski M, Dunlop J, Miller E, Morris K (2021). The reintroduction of bilbies (Macrotis lagotis) to Matuwa, an Indigenous Protected Area in Western Australia. Rangeland Ecology and Management 78, pp. 67–78
Lyons MN, Markey A (2021). Fortescue Valley Dunes PEC, South East Marillana Station: botanical values, condition assessment and approaches to minimize stock impacts. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 33 p.
Marino F, Kansky R, Shivji I, Di Croce A, Ciucci P, Knight AT (2021). Understanding drivers of human tolerance to gray wolves and brown bears as a strategy to improve landholder-carnivore coexistence. Conservation Science and Practice 3,
Maron M, Evans M, Walsh J, Leseberg N, Burbidge A, Murphy S et al. [van Leeuwen S] (2021). Better offsets for the night parrot: science for saving species, research findings factsheet, project 5.1. Threatened Species Recovery Hub, Canberra. 6 p.
Masarei MI, Erickson TE, Merritt DJ, Hobbs RJ, Guzzomi AL (2021). Engineering restoration for the future. Ecological Engineering 159,
Mazanec RA, Grayling PM, Doran J, Spencer B, Turnbull P (2021). Genetic parameters and potential gains from breeding for biomass and cineole production in three-year-old Eucalyptus polybractea progeny trials. Australian Forestry 84, pp. 13.24
McCaw L, Tunsell V (comps) (2021). FORESTCHECK: report of progress, jarrah north west ecosystem, 2021. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Manjimup. 26 p.
McCaw L, Tunsell V (comps) (2021). FORESTCHECK: report of progress, jarrah south ecosystem, 2020. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Manjimup. 49 p.
Millar MA, Coates DJ, Byrne M, Krauss SL, Jonson J, Hopper SD (2021). Evaluating restoration outcomes through assessment of pollen dispersal, mating system and genetic diversity. Restoration Ecology 29,
Miller R, Merritt D, Miller B, Fontaine J, Enright N (2021). Experimental test of seedling recruitment response to season of fire. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Information Sheet 105, 2 p.
Moore C, Beringer J, Prober S, Byrne M, Silberstein R, Macfarlane C et al. (2021). Filling the ecosystem monitoring gaps in TERN: making Western Australian SuperSites more super (ABSTRACT). In TERN Science Symposium, 5-6 July 2021 Online: Abstracts p. 24
Moore HA, Michael DR, Ritchie EG, Dunlop JA, Valentine LE, Hobbs RJ et al. (2021). A rocky heart in a spinifex sea: occurrence of an endangered marsupial predator is multiscale dependent in naturally fragmented landscapes. Landscape Ecology 36, pp. 1359–1376
Nge FJ, Thiele KR (2021). Review of the infrageneric classification of Adenanthos (Proteaceae): the subsections of Adenanthos are polyphyletic. Nuytsia 32, pp. 59–61
Nistelberger HM, Tapper SL, Coates DJ, McArthur SL, Byrne M (2021). As old as the hills: Pliocene palaeogeographical processes influence patterns of genetic structure in the widespread, common shrub Banksia sessilis. Ecology and Evolution 11, pp. 1069–1082
Novak PA, Fairfield CA, Miloshis M, Knight ZC, Lindsay R, King AJ (2021). Bank erosion in a macrotidal tropical river: exploring the relative impact of boat wash on riverbank erosion. River Research and Applications 37, pp. 3–16
Palmer BJ, Valentine LE, Lohr CA, Daskalova GN, Hobbs RJ (2021). Burrowing by translocated boodie (Bettongia lesueur) populations alters soils but has limited effects on vegetation. Ecology and Evolution 11, pp. 2596–2615
Palmer R, Anderson H, Richards B, Craig MD, Gibson LA (2021). Does aerial baiting for controlling feral cats in a heterogeneous landscape confer benefits to a threatened native meso-predator?. PLoS One 16,
Parker CM, Davis RW (2021). Plant of the month, April 2021: Eriochilus dilatatus subsp. multiflorus (Lindl.) Hopper & A.P.Br. white bunny orchid. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.
Parker CM, Davis RW (2021). Plant of the month, February 2021: Pilostyles hamiltoniorum C.A.Gardner. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.
Parker CM, Davis RW (2021). Plant of the month, January 2021: Scholtzia involucrata (Endl.) Druce, spiked scholtzia. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.
Parker CM, Davis RW (2021). Plant of the month, June 2021: Wurmbea densiflora (Benth.) T.Macfarlane. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.
Parker CM, Davis RW (2021). Plant of the month, March 2021: Asteromenia exanimans G.W.Saunders, C.E.Lane, C.W.Schneid. & Kraft. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.
Parker CM, Davis RW (2021). Plant of the month, May 2021: Banksia seminuda (A.S.George) Rye. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.
Pearson D, Thomson-Dans C, Wardell-Johnson G (2021). Frogs of Western Australia. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.
Percy-Bower JM, Parker CM (2021). Updates to Western Australia’s vascular plant census for 2020. Nuytsia 32, pp. 1–23
Pinder A, Felton F, Venarsky M, Cale D, Barrett P (2021). Surveys of waterbirds using the Lake Warden and Lake Gore Ramsar sites in November 2020 and February 2021. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 37 p.
Potter IC, Rose TH, Huisman JM, Hall NG, Denham A, Tweedley JR (2021). Large variations in eutrophication among estuaries reflect massive differences in composition and biomass of macroalgal drift. Marine Pollution Bulletin 167,
Price BA, Harvey ES, Mangubhai S, Saunders BJ, Puotinen M, Goetze JS (2021). Responses of benthic habitat and fish to severe tropical cyclone Winston in Fiji. Coral Reefs 40, pp. 807–819
Ritchie AL, Svejcar LN, Ayre BM, Bolleter J, Brace A, Craig MD et al. [Davis B, Krauss SL, Miller BP, Miller RG, Ramalho CE, Ruthrof KX, Stevens JC] (2021). A threatened ecological community: research advances and priorities for banksia woodlands. Australian Journal of Botany 69, pp. 53–84
Robins TP, Binks RM, Byrne M, Hopper SD (2021). Contrasting patterns of population divergence on young and old landscapes in Banksia seminuda (Proteaceae), with evidence for recognition of subspecies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 133, pp. 449–463
Robins TP., Binks RM, Byrne M, Hopper SD (2021). Landscape and taxon age are associated with differing patterns of hybridization in two Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae) subgenera. Annals of Botany 127, pp. 49–62
Rutherford J (2021). Impending loss of carbon from drying wetlands in southwestern Australia (ABSTRACT). pp. 50–51
Rutherford J, Ibrahimi T, Munday T, Markey A, Viezzoli A, Rapiti A et al. (2021). An assessment of water sources for heritage listed organic mound springs in NW Australia using airborne geophysical (electromagnetics and magnetics) and satellite remote sensing methods. Remote Sensing 13,
Rycken S, Shephard JM, Yeap L, Vaughan-Higgins R, Page M, Dawson R et al. [Mawson PR] (2021). Regional variation in habitat matrix determines movement metrics in Baudin’s cockatoos in southwest Western Australia. Wildlife Research 48, pp. 18–29
Samaniego A, Kappes P, Broome K, Cranwell S, Griffiths R, Harper G et al. [Palmer R] (2021). Factors leading to successful island rodent eradications following initial failure. Conservation Science and Practice 3,
Seidlitz A, Bryant KA, Armstrong NJ, Calver M, Wayne AF (2021). Optimising camera trap height and model increases detection and individual identification rates for a small mammal, the numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus). Australian Mammalogy 43, pp. 226–234
Silcock J, Collingwood T, Llorens T, Fensham R (2021). Action Plan for Australia?s Imperilled Plants 2020. NESP Threatened Species Recovery Hub, Brisbane. 342 p.
Sims C, Cowen S, Garretson S, Gibson Vega A, Friend T (2021). Monitoring source populations of fauna for the Dirk Hartog Island National Park Ecological Restoration Project, 2020. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 21 p.
Sinclair E, Oxenham T, Lewandrowski W (2021). Seagrass science inspires Malgana artist. For People & Plants 114, pp. 24–26
Spencer B, Mazanec R, Gibberd M, Zerihun A (2021). Sapling and coppice biomass heritabilities and potential gains from Eucalyptus polybractea progeny trials. Tree Genetics and Genomes 17,
Subroy V, Barnes M, Monks L, Crawford A, Coates D, Pandit R et al. [Gosper C, Yates C] (2021). Trade-offs and synergies between in situ and ex situ taxa conservation to support practical decision-making: report to the National Environmental Science Programme, Department of Environment, Canberra. Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy, Crawley. 104 p.
Sun R, Ottewell K, Byrne M (2021). Genetic relationships of Isoodon bandicoot species in southern and western Australia. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Information Sheet 103, 2 p.
Thavornkanlapachai R, Levy E, Li Y, Cooper SJB, Byrne M, Ottewell K (2021). Disentangling the genetic relationships of three closely-related bandicoot species across southern and Western Australia. Diversity 13,
Thavornkanlapachai R, Mills HR, Ottewell K, Friend JA, Kennington WJ (2021). Temporal variation in the genetic composition of an endangered marsupial reflects reintroduction history. Diversity 13,
Thomas WJW, Anthony JM, Dobrowolski MP, Krauss SL (2021). Optimising the conservation of genetic diversity of the last remaining population of a critically endangered shrub. AoB Plants 13,
Thomson DP, Babcock RC, Evans RD, Feng M, Moustaka M, Orr M et al. [Wilson SK] (2021). Coral larval recruitment in north-western Australia predicted by regional and local conditions. Marine Environmental Research 168,
Townsend RA, Huisman JM (2021). Nomenclatural considerations of names associated with the euglenoid flagellate genera Strombomonas and Trachelomonas (Euglenaceae, Euglenophyceae) in Australia. Notulae Algarum 203, pp. 1–56
Trayler K, Cosgrove J (2021). Blooming surprise: toxic algal blooms in Perth rivers. Landscope 36(3), pp. 50–52
Turner SR, Bunn E, Elliott CP (2021). Experimental translocation of the endangered pearl-like Androcalva in south-west Western Australia. In Global Conservation Translocation Perspectives, 2021: Case-Studies from Around the Globe IUCN SSC Conservation Translocation Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland. pp. 322–326
Vaughan EJ, Wilson SK, Howlett, SJ, Parravicinni V, Williams GJ, Graham NAJ (2021). Nitrogen enrichment in macroalgae following mass coral mortality. Coral Reefs 40, pp. 767–776
von Takach B, Penton CE, Murphy BP, Radford IJ, Davies HF, Hill BM et al. (2021). Population genomics and conservation management of a declining tropical rodent. Heredity 126, pp. 763–775
Walters SJ, Robinson TP, Byrne M, Wardell-Johnson GW, Nevill P (2021). Association of putatively adaptive genetic variation with climatic variables differs between a parasite and its host. Evolutionary Applications 14, pp. 1732–1746
Ward-Fear G, Brown GP, Pearson D, Shine R (2021). Untangling the influence of biotic and abiotic factors on habitat selection by a tropical rodent. Scientific Reports 11,
Wayne AF, Read E, Maxwell MA, Ward CG (2021). Breeding patterns for western brush wallaby (Notamacropus irma) in the southern jarrah forest. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Manjimup, WA. 5 p.
Wege J (2021). Western Australian Herbarium (PERTH): Ben Anderson returns to Australia. Australasian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 187, p. 15
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