Selwood, K.E., M.A. McGeoch, R.H. Clarke & R. Mac Nally (2018). High productivity vegetation is important for lessening bird declines during prolonged drought.          Journal of Applied Ecology. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13052

Selwood, K.E., R.H. Clarke, M.A. McGeoch & R. Mac Nally (2017). Green tongues into the arid zone: River floodplains extend the distribution of terrestrial bird species. Ecosystems. 20, 745-756.

Selwood, K.E., R.H. Clarke, S.C. Cunningham, H. Lada, M.A. McGeoch & R. Mac Nally (2015). A bust but no boom: Responses of floodplain bird assemblages during and after prolonged drought. Journal of Animal Ecology. 84(6), 1700-1710.

Selwood, K.E., J.R. Thomson, R.H. Clarke, M.A. McGeoch & R. Mac Nally (2015). Resistance and resilience of terrestrial birds in drying climates: do floodplains provide drought refugia? Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24(7), 838-848.

Selwood, K.E., M.A. McGeoch, R. Mac Nally (2015). The effects of climate change and land-use change on demographic rates and population viability. Biological Reviews. 90(3), 837-853.

Selwood, K.E., R. Mac Nally & J.R. Thomson (2009). Native bird breeding in a chronosequence of revegetated sites. Oecologia. 159(2), 435-446.

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