Bradshaw, CJA. 2018. The Effective Scientist. A Handy Guide to a Successful Academic Career. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom. ISBN: 9781316779521. Purchase at CUP and Amazon, or see Google Preview).

“… I recommend this book very highly. It is especially useful to the academics of the future and will resonate strongly with early career researchers, but its messages will not be lost on the more experienced crowd. Buy it, read it, do it.”

Sally A. Keith, Lancaster University

This is a book for students, faculty and the public alike. For students it is a ‘how to manual’, for faculty a reminder of the pitfalls as well as the opportunities , and for the public this is an accessible exploration of academia. 10/10.”

Lynette Russell, Monash University

Bradshaw, CJA, PR Ehrlich. 2015. Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie: Australia, America, and the Environment. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, USA. ISBN: 9780226316987. 235 p. (purchase on Amazon or see Google Preview)

A thought-provoking and highly readable comparison of two geographically large democracies addressing environmental challenges. This book will be invaluable worldwide as environmental challenges press upon us.”

Thomas E. Lovejoy, George Mason University

“… Bradshaw and Ehrlich are incisive, informed, ironic and sometimes rude to the point of libel.”

Adrian Barnett, New Scientist

Readers of this book will find both pleasure and enlightenment in following the intellectual and emotional journeys of its talented authors and will find much practical wisdom in their recommendations and conclusions.”

Peter Raven, Missouri Botanical Garden

As renowned ecologists Corey J. A. Bradshaw and Paul R. Ehrlich make clear in Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie, both countries must confront the urgent question of how to stem this devastation and turn back from the brink (Uni of Chicago Press). Botanist Peter Bernhardt presents his review for The Science Show.”

The Science Show, ABC Radio National

The way they describe various and sundry politicians and media moguls alone is worth the price of admission! Funny, sad, and tremendously thought provoking.”

Daniel Blumstein, University of California Los Angeles

It’s a grim book though leavened by the wit and entertaining style of the practical wisdom in its conclusions. Highly recommended.”

Jenny Goldie, Sustainable Population Australia

A healthy balance of well-placed criticisms of political pundits and coverage of the dire consequences of current global trajectories, Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie serves as awonderful introduction to the deep history of ecological degradation and the current weak environmental policies of both Australia and the United States.

Arun Dayanandan, Concordia University (in Biological Conservation)

Sodhi, NS, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2007. Tropical Conservation Biology. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-1-4051-5073-6.336. 344 p.

“Overall, a very good text written in an accessible style. It deserves a wide readership.”

P. Ganderton, British Ecological Society Teaching Ecology Group

“A highly significant step in the right direction has been taken through the publication of this book.”

D. Thompson, British Ecological Society

“Sodhi et al. have done a masterful job of compiling a great deal of literature from around the tropical realm, and they have laid out the book in a fruitful and straightforward manner.”

J. T. Heinen, Ecology 90: 1144-1145

And for some fun, Lugo’s less-than-flattering review in Environmental Conservation, and our response.

Full reviews: 1, 2, 3


Yates, KL, CJA Bradshaw (eds.) 2018. Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning. Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom. ISBN:9781138954533 (order at Routledge or Amazon)


  1. White, LC, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw, JJ Austin. 2023. Diagnosing a synchronous extinction, in The History, Ecology and Loss of the Tasmanian Tiger (B Holmes, G Linnard, eds.), pp. 45-47, CSIRO Publishing, Clayton South, Victoria. ISBN: 9781486315536
  2. Yates, KL, J Polsenberg, K Andronikos, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Marine spatial planning in the age of offshore energy. Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning. pp. 1-5. Yates, KL, CJA Bradshaw (eds.). Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom. ISBN:9781138954533
  3. Bradshaw, CJA, L Greenhill, KL Yates. 2018. A synopsis of marine spatial planning and its relationship to offshore energy. Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning. pp. 284-293. Yates, KL, CJA Bradshaw (eds.). Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom. ISBN:9781138954533
  4. Bradshaw, CJA. 2013. Biowealth: all creatures great and small. The Curious Country. Dayton, L (ed.). pp. 30-33. Office of the Chief Scientist of Australia. ANU E Press, Canberra, Australia. ISBN: 9781925021356 [PDF]
  5. Bradshaw, CJA, NS Sodhi, WF Laurance, BW Brook. 2011. Twenty landmark papers in biodiversity conservation. In: Research in Biodiversity – Models and Applications, IY Pavlinov (Ed.). pp. 97-112. InTech, Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN: 978-953-307-1428-0 [PDF]
  6. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2011. The Cronus hypothesis: extinction as a necessary and dynamic balance to evolutionarydiversification. In: Extinctions: History, Origins, Causes & Future of Mass Extinctions. Schild, R (ed.). Cosmology Science Publishers, Cambridge, UK. pp. 87-102 [Kindle Edition]
  7. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2010. The conservation biologist’s toolbox – principles for the design and analysis of conservation studies. Conservation Biology for All. Sodhi, NS, PR Ehrlich (eds.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 978-0199554249. pp. 313-334 [PDF]
  8. Sodhi, NS, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Causes and consequences of species extinctionsThe Princeton Guide to Ecology. Levin, SA (ed.); Carpenter, SR, HCJ Godfray, AP Kinzig, M Loreau, JB Losos, B Walker, DS Wilcove (assoc. eds.). Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA. ISBN 978-0-691-12839-9. pp. 514-520 [PDF]
  9. Bradshaw, CJA, CR McMahon. 2008. Fecundity. In Population Dynamics, Volume 2 of Encyclopedia of Ecology (5 volumes), Jørgensen, Sven Erik; Brian D. Faith (Editors-in-Chief). Elsevier. ISBN: 0-444-52033-3. pp. 1535-1543 [PDF]
  10. Bradshaw, CJA, JT Gorman. 2007. A case for Indigenous feral pest management. Investing in Indigenous Natural Resources Management. Luckert, MK, B Campbell, JT Gorman, ST Garnett (Eds). Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin, Australia. ISBN 9780980384642. pp. 31-37
  11. Bradshaw, CJA, MA Hindell, C Littnan, RG Harcourt. 2006. Determining marine movements of Australasian pinnipeds. Evolution and Biogeography of Australasian Vertebrates. Merrick, JR, M Archer, G Hickey, M Lee (eds.). Australian Scientific Publishers Pty Ltd. Sydney. ISBN: 0-9757790-1-X. pp. 889-911 [PDF]
  12. Hindell, MA, CJA Bradshaw, RG Harcourt, C Guinet. 2003. Ecosystem monitoring: are seals a potential tool for monitoring change in marine systems? Marine Mammals. Fisheries, Tourism and Management Issues. Gales, NJ, MA Hindell, R Kirkwood (Eds). CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. ISBN: 0643069534. pp. 330-343 [PDF]
  13. Bradshaw, CJA, M Purvis, R Raykov, Q Zhou, LS Davis. 2000. Predicting patterns in spatial ecology using neural networks: modelling colonisation of New Zealand fur seals. Environmental Software Systems. Environmental Information and Decision Support. Vol. 167. Denzer, R., D. A. Swayne, M. Purvis and G. Schimak (eds.). Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands. ISBN: 0792378326. pp. 57-65


  1. Bradshaw, CJA. 2019. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Jonsson M et al., Nat Plants 2019 doi:10.1038/s41477-018-0346-z]. In F1000Prime 10.3410/f.734895584.793555668, 01 Feb 2019; doi:10.3410/f.734895584.793555668
  2. Bradshaw, CJA. 2017. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Laurance WF et al., Biol Rev 2017, doi:10.1111/brv.12343]. In F1000Prime, 03 Oct 2017; doi:10.3410/f.727676605.793537218
  3. Bradshaw, CJA. 2017. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Mohebalian PM & Aguilar FX, Ecol Econ 2018, 143:64-73]. In F1000Prime, 07 Aug 2017; doi:10.3410/f.727843268.793534977
  4. Bradshaw, CJA. 2016. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Osuri AM et al., Nat Commun 2016, 7:11351]. In F1000Prime, 05 May 2016; doi:10.3410/f.726310535.793517629
  5. Bradshaw, CJA. 2015. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Balmford A et al., PLoS Biol 2015, 13(2):e1002074]. In F1000Prime, 04 Mar 2015; doi:10.3410/f.725366544.793504548
  6. Bradshaw, CJA. 2015. F1000Prime Recommendation of [von Oheimb G et al., PLoS ONE 2014, 9(12):e113507]. In F1000Prime, 13 Jan 2015; doi:10.3410/f.725272588.793502413
  7. Bradshaw, CJA. 2014. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Cole LE et al., Nat Commun 2014, 5:3906]. In F1000Prime, 17 Jul 2014; doi:10.3410/f.718409053.793495623
  8. Bradshaw, CJA. 2014. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Sloan S et al., Biol Conserv 0027, 177:12-24]. In F1000Prime, 14 Jul 2014; doi:10.3410/f.718485697.793497030
  9. Bradshaw, CJA. 2014. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Speed JDM et al., Ecosystems 2014]. In F1000Prime, 23 Jun 2014; doi:10.3410/f.718456133.793496440
  10. Bradshaw, CJA. 2014. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Morand S et al., PLoS One 2014, 9(2):e90032]. In F1000Prime, 11 Mar 2014; doi:10.3410/f.718294810.793491679
  11. Bradshaw, CJA. 2014. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Diamond SE et al., Integr Comp Biol 2013, 53(6):965-74]. In F1000Prime, 22 Jan 2014; doi:10.3410/f.718065755.793489712
  12. Bradshaw, CJA. 2014. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Ripple WJ et al., Science 2014, 343(6167):1241484]. In F1000Prime, 10 Jan 2014; doi:10.3410/f.718231874.793489367
  13. Bradshaw, CJA. F1000Prime Recommendation of [Martin P et al., Proc R Soc Lond, B, Biol Sci 2013, 280(1773):20132236]. In F1000Prime, 11 Nov 2013; doi:10.3410/f.718167188.793486462


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  1. Henry, M, B Leung, RN Cuthbert, TW Bodey, DA Ahmed, E Angulo, P Balzani, E Briski, F Courchamp, PE Hulme, A Kouba, M Kourantidou, C Liu, RL Macêdo, FJ Oficialdegui, D Renault, I Soto, A Serhan Tarkan, AJ Turbelin, CJA Bradshaw, PJ Haubrock. 2023. Unveiling the hidden economic toll of biological invasions in the European UnionResearch Square. doi:10.21203/
  2. Ahmed, DA, PJ Haubrock, RN Cuthbert, A Bang, I Soto, P Balzani, A Serhan Tarkan, RL Macêdo, L Carneiro, TW Bodey,  FJ Oficialdegui, P Courtois, M Kourantidou, E Angulo, G Heringer, D Renault, AJ Turbelin, EJ Hudgins, C Liu, SA Gojery, U Arbieu, C Diagne, B Leroy, E Briski, CJA Bradshaw, F Courchamp. 2023. Recent advances in availability and synthesis of the economic costs of biological invasions. Authorea doi:10.22541/au.167907497.77590504/v1
  3. Hamnett, PW, F Saltré, B Page, M Korcz, K Fielder, L Andrews, CJA Bradshaw. 2023. Stochastic population models to identify optimal and cost-effective harvest strategies for feral pig eradication. bioRχiv. doi:10.1101/2023.03.08.531659
  4. Bradshaw, CJA, A Doube, A Scanlon, B Page, M Tarran, K Fielder, L Andrews, S Bourne, M Stevens, P Schulz, T Kloeden, S Drewer, R Matthews, C Findlay, W White, C Leehane, B Conibear, J Doube, T Rowley. 2023. Aerial culling feral fallow deer with shotguns improves efficiency and welfare outcomes. ARPHA Preprints doi:10.3897/arphapreprints.e101198
  5. Llewelyn, J, G Strona, CR Dickman, A Greenville, G Wardle, MSY Lee, S Doherty, F Shabani, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Predicting predator-prey interactions in terrestrial endotherms using random forest. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2022.09.02.506446
  6. Bradshaw, CJA, AN Williams, S Ulm, H Cadd, MI Bird, SA Crabtree, DA White, P Veth, F Saltré. 2022. Stochastic population projections in Sahul refine the human-refugia hypothesis for early Last Glacial Maximum. OSF Preprints doi:10.31219/
  7. Bradshaw, CJA, SA Crabtree, DA White, S Ulm, MI Bird, AN Williams, F Saltré. 2022. Directionally supervised cellular automaton for the initial peopling of Sahul. OSF Preprints doi:10.31219/ (now published in Quaternary Science Reviews)
  8. Cox, TE, D Paine, E O’Dwyer-Hall, R Matthews, T Blumson, B Florence, K Fielder, M Tarran, M Korcz, A Wiebkin, PW Hamnett, CJA Bradshaw, B Page. 2022. Thermal-assisted aerial culling (TAAC) for the improved control of vertebrate pest animal populations. Authorea doi:10.22541/au.165633745.51007622/v2
  9. Bradshaw, CJA, C Perry, CM Saraswati, M Judge, J Heyworth, PN Le Souëf. 2021. Lower infant mortality and access to contraception reduce fertility in low- and middle-income nations. medRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.12.16.21267946 (now published in PLoS One)
  10. Bradshaw, CJA, S Herrando-Pérez. 2021. Density-independent processes decouple component and ensemble density feedbacks. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.09.19.460939
  11. Thompson, RM, E Barbour, CJA Bradshaw, S Briggs, N Byron, M Grace, B Hart, A King, GE Likens, CA Pollino, F Sheldon, M Stewardson, M Thoms, RJ Watts, JA Webb. 2021. Ten principles for achieving scientific impact with integrity in policy and managementAuthorea doi:10.22541/au.162255783.35193499/v1 (now published in River Research and Applications)
  12. Mathwin, R, S Wassens, M Gibbs, J Young, Q Ye, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Modelling effects of water regulation on the population viability of threatened amphibiansbioRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.04.20.440713 (now published in Ecosphere)
  13. Llewelyn, J, G Strona, MC McDowell, CN Johnson, KJ Peters, DB Stouffer, SN de Visser, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Sahul’s megafauna were vulnerable to plant-community changes due to their position in the trophic network. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2021.01.19.427338 (now published in Ecography)
  14. Bradshaw, CJA, JM Chalker, SA Crabtree, BA Eijkelkamp, JA Long, JR Smith, K Trinajstic, V Weisbecker. 2020. A fairer way to compare researchers at any career stage and in any discipline using open-access citation data. Authorea doi:10.22541/au.160373218.83526843/v1 (now published in PLoS One)
  15. Bradshaw, CJA, CN Johnson, J Llewelyn, V Weisbecker, G Strona, F Saltré. 2020. Relative demographic susceptibility does not explain the extinction chronology of Sahul’s megafauna. bioRχiv 2020.10.16.342303. doi:10.1101/2020.10.16.342303 (now published in eLife)
  16. Venning, KRW, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2020. Predicting feral cat-reduction targets and costs on large islands using stochastic population modelsbioRχiv doi:10.1101/2020.06.12.149393 (now published in Conservation Science and Practice)
  17. Carturan, BS, J-P Maréchal, CJA Bradshaw, J Pither, L Parrott. 2020. A spatially explicit and mechanistic model for exploring coral reef dynamics. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/2020.04.11.036913 (now published in eLife)
  18. Bradshaw, CJA, F Courchamp. 2017. Gender-biased perceptions of important ecology articles. bioRχiv doi:10.1101/219824 (now published in Rethinking Ecology)
  19. Frankham R, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2014. 50/500 or 100/1000 debate is not about the time frame – Reply to RosenfeldaRχiv: 1406.6424 [q-bio.PE]


  1. Bradshaw, CJA, SA Crabtree, DA White, S Ulm, MI Bird, AN Williams, F Saltré. 2023. Directionally supervised cellular automaton for the initial peopling of Sahul. Quaternary Science Reviews 303: 107971. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2023.107971
  2. Bradshaw, CJA, C Perry, MA Judge, CM Saraswati, J Heyworth, PN Le Souëf. 2023. Lower infant mortality, lower household size, and more access to contraception reduce fertility in low- and middle-income nations. PLoS One 18: e0280260. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0280260
  3. Mathwin, R, S Wassens, MS Gibbs, J Young, Q Ye, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2023. Modelling the effects of water regulation on the population viability of threatened amphibians. Ecosphere 14: e4379. doi:10.1002/ecs2.4379
  4. Nichols, PD, HR Pethyridge, B Zhang, P Virtue, L Meyer, Z Dhurmeea, L Marcus, JA Ericson, N Hellessey, S Every, K Wheatley, CC Parrish, P Eisenmann, AMM Baylis, CJA Bradshaw, SL Bierwagen, JW Young, LIE Couturier, CA Rohner, J Groß, C Waugh, CF Phleger, C Jackson, G Jackson, C Huveneers, S Bengston Nash, M Brock, P Mansour. 2023. Fatty acid profiles of more than 470 marine species from the Southern Hemisphere. Ecology 104: e3888. doi:10.1002/ecy.3888
  5. Strona, G, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Co-extinctions dominate future vertebrate losses from climate and land-use change. Science Advances doi:10.1126/sciadv.abn4345 (highlighted in Nature Climate Change and Current Biology)
  6. Riley, MJ, CJA Bradshaw, C Huveneers. 2022. Long-range electric deterrents not as effective as personal deterrents for reducing risk of shark bite. ICES Journal of Marine Science 79: 2656-2666. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsac199
  7. Riley, MJ, P Meagher, C Huveneers, J Leto, VM Peddemors, D Slip, J West, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. The Australian Shark-Incident Database for quantifying temporal and spatial patterns of shark-human conflict. Scientific Data 9: 378. doi:10.1038/s41597-022-01453-9
  8. Thompson, RM, EJ Barbour, CJA Bradshaw, S Briggs, N Byron, M Grace, B Hart, A King, GE Likens, CA Pollino, F Sheldon, M Stewardson, M Thoms, RJ Watts, JA Webb. 2022. Principles for scientists working at the river science-policy interface. River Research and Applications 38: 819-831. doi:10.1002/rra.3951
  9. Di Minin, E, M ‘t Sas-Rolfes, J Selier, M Louis, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Dismantling the poachernomics of the illegal wildlife trade. Biological Conservation 265: 109418. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2021.109418 [PDF]
  10. Ripple, WJ, DA DellaSala, F Baumann, J Gregg, MG Betts, BE Law, CJA Bradshaw, C Wolf. 2022. Zoonotic diseases and our troubled relationship with nature. American Journal of Health Promotion 36: 382-385. doi:10.1177/08901171211064224 [PDF]
  11. Llewelyn, J, G Strona, MC McDowell, CN Johnson, KJ Peters, DB Stouffer, SN de Visser, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. Sahul’s megafauna species were vulnerable to plant-community changes due to their position in the trophic network. Ecography 2002: e06089. doi:10.1111/ecog.06089 [PDF]
  12. Le Souëf, PN, CM Saraswati, M Judge, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Spatially explicit analyses of environmental and health data to determine past, emerging and future threats to child health. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 57: 1830-1834. doi:10.1111/jpc.15822 [PDF]
  13. Bradshaw, CJA, PR Ehrlich, A Beattie, G Ceballos, E Crist, J Diamond, R Dirzo, AH Ehrlich, J Harte, ME Harte, G Pyke, PH Raven, WJ Ripple, F Saltré, C Turnbull, M Wackernagel, DT Blumstein. 2021. Response: Commentary: Underestimating the challenges of avoiding a ghastly future. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2: 700869. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2021.700869 [PDF]
  14. Bradshaw, CJA, JM Chalker, SA Crabtree, BA Eijkelkamp, JA Long, JR Smith, K Trinajstic, V Weisbecker. 2021. A fairer way to compare researchers at any career stage and in any discipline using open-access citation data. PLoS One 16: e0257141. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0257141 [PDF]
  15. Venning, KRW, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Predicting targets and costs for feral-cat reduction on large islands using stochastic population models. Conservation Science and Practice 3: e448. doi:10.1111/csp2.448 [PDF]
  16. Bradshaw, CJA, CN Johnson, J Llewelyn, V Weisbecker, G Strona, F Saltré. 2021. Relative demographic susceptibility does not explain the extinction chronology of Sahul’s megafauna. eLife 10: e63870. doi:10.7554/eLife.63870 [PDF] (highlighted in Nature Index)
  17. Diagne, C, B Leroy, A-C Vaissière, R Gozlan, D Roiz, I Jaric, J-M Salles, CJA Bradshaw, F Courchamp. 2021. High and rising economic costs of biological invasions worldwide. Nature 592: 571-576. doi:10.1038/s41586-021-03405-6
  18. Crabtree, SA, DA White, CJA Bradshaw, F Saltré, AN Williams, RJ Beaman, MI Bird, S Ulm. 2021. Landscape rules predict optimal super-highways for the first peopling of Sahul. Nature Human Behaviour doi:10.1038/s41562-021-01106-8 (covered in Science)
  19. Bradshaw, CJA, P Meagher, MJ Thiele, RG Harcourt, C Huveneers. 2021. Predicting potential future reduction in shark bites on people. Royal Society Open Science 8: 201197. doi:10.1098/rsos.201197 [PDF]
  20. Bradshaw, CJA, AJ Hoskins, PJ Haubrock, RN Cuthbert, C Diagne, B Leroy, L Andrews, B Page, P Cassey, AW Sheppard, F Courchamp. 2021. Detailed assessment of the reported economic costs of invasive species in Australia. NeoBiota 67: 511-550. doi:10.3897/neobiota.67.58834 [PDF]
  21. Bradshaw, CJA, K Norman, S Ulm, AN Williams, C Clarkson, J Chadœuf, SC Lin, Z Jacobs, RG Roberts, MI Bird, LS Weyrich, S Haberle, S O’Connor, B Llamas, TJ Cohen, T Friedrich, P Veth, M Leavesley, F Saltré. 2021. Stochastic models support rapid peopling of Late Pleistocene Sahul. Nature Communications 12: 2440. doi:10.1038/s41467-021-21551-3 [PDF] (highlighted in Nature Briefing)
  22. Di Minin, E, H Clements, R Correia, G Cortés Capano, C Fink, A Haukka, A Hausmann, R Kulkarni, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Consequences of recreational hunting for biodiversity conservation and livelihoods. One Earth 4: 238-253. doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2021.01.014 [PDF]
  23. Bradshaw, CJA, PR Ehrlich, A Beattie, G Ceballos, E Crist, J Diamond, R Dirzo, AH Ehrlich, J Harte, ME Harte, G Pyke, PH Raven, WJ Ripple, F Saltré, C Turnbull, M Wackernagel, DT Blumstein. 2021. Underestimating the challenges of avoiding a ghastly future. Frontiers in Conservation Science 1: 615419. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2020.615419 [PDF] (recommended in Faculty Opinions)
  24. Monaco, CJ, DJ Booth, WF Figueira, BM Gillanders, DS Schoeman, CJA Bradshaw, I Nagelkerken. 2021. Natural and anthropogenic climate variability shape assemblages of range-extending coral-reef fishes. Journal of Biogeography 48: 1063-1075. doi:10.1111/jbi.14058 [PDF]
  25. Monaco, CJ, I Nagelkerken, DJ Booth, WF Figueira, BM Gillanders, DS Schoeman, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Opposing life stage-specific effects of ocean warming at source and sink populations of range-shifting coral-reef fishes. Journal of Animal Ecology 90: 615-627. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.13394 [PDF]
  26. Mathwin, R, S Wassens, J Young, Q Ye, CJA Bradshaw. 2021. Manipulating water for amphibian conservation. Conservation Biology 35: 24-34. doi:10.1111/cobi.13501 [PDF]
  27. Bradshaw, CJA. 2020. Grand challenges in global biodiversity threatsFrontiers in Conservation Science 1: 609007. doi:10.3389/fcosc.2020.609007 [PDF]
  28. Monaco, CJ, CJA Bradshaw, DJ Booth, BM Gillanders, DS Schoeman, I Nagelkerken. 2020. Dietary generalism accelerates arrival and persistence of coral-reef fishes in their novel ranges under climate changeGlobal Change Biology 26: 5564-5573. doi:10.1111/gcb.15221 [PDF]
  29. Carturan, BS, J Pither, J-P Maréchal, CJA Bradshaw, L Parrott. 2020. Combining agent-based, trait-based and demographic approaches to model coral-community dynamics. eLife 9: e55993. doi:10.7554/eLife.55993 [PDF] (highlighted in Nature Index)
  30. Li, J-W, S-B Zhang, H-P Xi, CJA Bradshaw, J-L Zhang. 2020. Processes controlling programmed cell death of root velamen radicum in an epiphytic orchid. Annals of Botany 126: 261-275. doi:10.1093/aob/mcaa077 [PDF]
  31. Yang, D, A-Y Wang, J-L Zhang, CJA Bradshaw, G-Y Hao. 2020. Variation in stem xylem traits is related to differentiation of upper limits of tree species along an elevational gradient. Forests 11: 349. doi:10.3390/f11030349 [PDF]
  32. Thomas, ZA, RT Jones, CSM Turney, N Golledge, C Fogwill, CJA Bradshaw, L Menviel, NP McKay, MI Bird, J Palmer, P Kershaw, J Wilmshurst, R Muscheler. 2020. Tipping elements and amplified polar warming during the Last Interglacial. Quaternary Science Reviews 233: 106222. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106222 [PDF]
  33. Friedman, K, M Braccini, M Bjerregaard-Walsh, R Bonfil, CJA Bradshaw, S Brouwer, I Campbell, R Coelho, E Cortés, W Dimmlich, MG Frisk, I Kingma, SR McCully Phillips, C O’Criodain, D Parker, S Shephard, J Tovar-Ávila, K Yokawa. 2020. Informing CITES Parties: strengthening science-based decision-making when listing marine speciesFish and Fisheries 21: 13-31. doi:10.1111/faf.12411 [PDF]
  34. Saltré, F, J Chadoeuf, KJ Peters, MC McDowell, T Friedrich, A Timmermann, S Ulm, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Climate-human interaction associated with southeast Australian megafauna-extinction patternsNature Communications 10: 5311. doi:10.1038/s41467-019-13277-0 [PDF] (highlighted in Nature Index)
  35. Peters, KJ, F Saltré, T Friedrich, Z Jacobs, R Wood, MC McDowell, S Ulm, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. FosSahul 2.0, an updated database for the Late Quaternary fossil records of SahulScientific Data 6:272. doi:10.1038/s41597-019-0267-3 [PDF]
  36. Bradshaw, CJA, SP Otto, Z Mehrabi, AA Annamalay, S Heft-Neal, Z Wagner, PN Le Souëf. 2019. Testing the socio-economic and environmental determinants of better child-health outcomes in Africa: a cross-sectional study among nationsBMJ Open 9: e029968. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029968 [PDF]
  37. Bradshaw, CJA, E Di Minin. 2019. Socio-economic predictors of environmental performance among African nationsScientific Reports 9: 9306. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-45762-3 [PDF]
  38. Shabani, F, M Ahmadi, KJ Peters, S Haberle, A Champreux, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Climate-driven shifts in the distribution of koala browse species from the Last Interglacial to the near future. Ecography 42: 1587-1599. doi:10.1111/ecog.04530 [PDF]
  39. Bradshaw, CJA. 2019. Opportunities to improve the future of South Australia’s terrestrial biodiversity. Rethinking Ecology 4: 45-77. doi:10.3897/rethinkingecology.4.32570 [PDF]
  40. Bradshaw, CJA, S Ulm, AN Williams, MI Bird, RG Roberts, Z Jacobs, F Laviano, LS Weyrich, T Friedrich, K Norman, F Saltré. 2019. Minimum founding populations for the first peopling of Sahul. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3: 1057-1063. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0902-6 [PDF]
  41. Bird, MI, SA Condie, S O’Connor, D O’Grady, C Reepmeyer, S Ulm, M Zega, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Early human settlement of Sahul was not an accident. Scientific Reports 9: 8220. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-42946-9 [PDF]
  42. Herrando-Pérez, S, CJA Bradshaw, S Lewandowsky, DR Vieites. 2019. Statistical language backs conservatism in climate-change assessments. BioScience 69: 209-219. doi:10.1093/biosci/biz004 [PDF]
  43. Junge, C, SC Donnellan, C Huveneers, CJA Bradshaw, A Simon, M Drew, C Duffy, GJ Johnson, G Cliff, M Braccini, SC Cutmore, P Butcher, R McAuley, V Peddemors, P Rogers, BM Gillanders. 2019. Comparative population genomics confirms little population structure in two commercially targeted carcharhinid sharks. Marine Biology 166, doi:10.1007/s00227-018-3454-4 [PDF]
  44. Lyon, JP, T Bird, J Kearns, S Nicol, Z Tonkin, CR Todd, J O’Mahony, G Hackett, S Raymond, J Lieschke, A Kitchingman, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. Increased population size of fish in a lowland river following restoration of structural habitat. Ecological Applications 29: e01882. doi:10.1002/eap.1882 [PDF]
  45. Smith, BP, KM Cairns, JW Adams, TM Newsome, M Fillios, EC Déaux, WCH Parr, M Letnic, LM van Eeden, RG Appleby, CJA Bradshaw, P Savolainen, EG Ritchie, DG Nimmo, C Archer-Lean, AC Greenville, CR Dickman, L Watson, KE Moseby, TS Doherty, AD Wallach, DS Morrant, MS Crowther. 2019. Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793. Zootaxa 4564: 173-197. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4564.1.6 [PDF]
  46. Strona, G, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Co-extinctions annihilate planetary life during extreme environmental changeScientific Reports 8: 16724. doi:10.1038/s41598-018-35068-1 [PDF]
  47. Huveneers, C, S Whitmarsh, M Thiele, L Meyer, A Fox, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Effectiveness of five personal shark-bite deterrents for surfers. PeerJ 6: e5554. doi:10.7717/peerj.5554 [PDF]
  48. Hennenberg, KJ, H Böttcher, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Revised European Union renewable-energy policies erode nature protection. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2: 1519-1520. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0659-3 [PDF]
  49. Courchamp, F, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Reply to ‘Questionable survey methods generate questionable list of recommended articles’. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2: 1338-1339. doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0638-8 [PDF]
  50. Barnett, LK, TAA Prowse, DE Peacock, GJ Mutze, R Sinclair, J Kovaliski, B Cooke, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Previous exposure to myxoma virus reduces survival of European rabbits during outbreaks of rabbit haemorrhagic disease. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 2954-2962. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13187 [PDF]
  51. Bradshaw, CJA, F Courchamp. 2018. Gender bias when assessing recommended ecology articles. Rethinking Ecology 3: 1-12. doi:10.3897/rethinkingecology.3.24333 [PDF]
  52. Bradshaw, CJA, TAA Prowse, M Drew, BM Gillanders, SC Donnellan, C Huveneers. 2018. Predicting sustainable shark harvests when stock assessments are lacking. ICES Journal of Marine Science 75: 1591-1601. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsy031 [PDF]
  53. Martínez, B, B Radford, MS Thomsen, SD Connell, F Carreño, CJA Bradshaw, DA Fordham, BD Russell, CFD Gurgel, T Wernberg. 2018. Distribution models predict large contractions in habitat-forming seaweeds in response to ocean warming. Diversity and Distributions 24: 1350-1366. doi:10.1111/ddi.12767 [PDF]
  54. White, LC, F Saltré, CJA Bradshaw, JJ Austin. 2018. High-quality fossil dates support a synchronous, Late Holocene extinction of devils and thylacines in mainland Australia. Biology Letters 14: 20170642. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2017.0642 [PDF]
  55. Coutts, FC, CJA Bradshaw, D García-Bellido, JG Gehling. 2018. Evidence of sensory-driven behaviour in the Ediacaran organism Parvancorina: implications and autecological interpretations. Gondwana Research 55: 21-29. doi:10.1016/ [PDF]
  56. Courchamp, F, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. 100 articles every ecologist should readNature Ecology and Evolution 2: 395-401. doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0370-9 [PDF]
  57. Deane, DC, DA Fordham, AK Stevens, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Niche constraints and dispersal-limited competition together assemble wetland plant communitiesJournal of Vegetation Science 28: 893-902. doi:10.1111/jvs.12546 [PDF]
  58. Heard, BP, BW Brook, TML Wigley, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Burden of proof: a comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systemsRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 76: 1122-1133. doi:10.1016/j.rser.2017.03.114 [PDF]
  59. Nagelkerken, I, KB Huebert, JE Serafy, MGG Grol, M Dorenbosch, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Highly localized replenishment of coral reef fish populations near nursery habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series 568: 137-150. doi:10.3354/meps12062 [PDF]
  60. Deane, DC, DA Fordham, F He, CJA Bradshaw. 2017. Future extinction risk for wetland plants is higher from individual patch loss than total area reduction. Biological Conservation 209: 27-33. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.02.005 [PDF]
  61. Liu, X, S Lyu, D Sun, CJA Bradshaw, S Zhou. 2017. Species decline under nitrogen fertilization reduces community-level resistance to fungal diseases. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284: 20162621 [PDF]
  62. Bradshaw, CJA, B Leroy, C Bellard, D Roiz, C Albert, A Fournier, M Barbet-Massin, J-M Salles, F Simard, F Courchamp. 2016. Massive yet grossly underestimated global costs of invasive insects. Nature Communications 7: 12986. doi:10.1038/ncomms12986 [PDF]
  63. Izzo, C, C Huveneers, M Drew, CJA Bradshaw, SC Donnellan, BM Gillanders. 2016. Vertebral chemistry demonstrates habitat use and population structure of bronze whaler. Marine Ecology Progress Series 556: 195-207. doi:10.3354/meps11840 [PDF]
  64. Rodríguez-Rey, M, S Herrando-Pérez, …, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. A comprehensive database of quality-rated fossil ages for Sahul’s Quaternary vertebrates. Scientific Data 3:160053. doi:10.1038/sdata.2016.53 [PDF]
  65. Deane, DC, DA Fordham, F He, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. Diversity patterns of seasonal wetland plant communities mainly driven by rare terrestrial species. Biodiversity and Conservation 25:1569-1585. doi:10.1007/s10531-016-1139-1 [PDF]
  66. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2016. Implications of Australia’s population policy for future greenhouse-gas emissions targets. Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies 3: 249-265. doi:10.1002/app5.135 [PDF] [Supplementary]
  67. Di Minin, E, N Leader-Williams, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. Trophy hunting does and will support biodiversity: reply to Ripple et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 496-498. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2016.03.010 [PDF]
  68. Metcalf, JL, CSM Turney, R Barnett, F Martin, S Bray, JT Vilstrup, L Orlando, R Salas-Gismondi, D Loponte, M Medina, M De Nigris, T Civalero, P Marcelo Fernandez, A Gasco, V Duran, KL Seymour, C Otaola, A Gil, R Paunero, FJ Prevost, CJA Bradshaw, … 2016. Synergistic roles of climate warming and human occupation in Patagonian megafaunal extinctions during the Last Deglaciation. Science Advances 2: e1501682. doi:10.1126/sciadv.1501682 [PDF]
  69. Block, S, F Saltré, M Rodríguez-Rey, DA Fordham, I Unkel, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. Where to dig for fossils: combining climate-envelope, taphonomy and discovery models. PLoS One 11: e0151090. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151090 [PDF]
  70. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2016. How to rank journals. PLoS One 11: e0149852. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0149852 [PDF]
  71. Liu, X, S Lyu, S Zhou, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. Warming and fertilization alter the dilution effect of host diversity on disease severity. Ecology 97: 1680-1689. doi:10.1890/15-1784.1 [PDF]
  72. Prowse, TAA, CJA Bradshaw, S Delean, P Cassey, RC Lacy, K Wells, M Aiello-Lammens, HR Akçakaya, BW Brook. 2016. An efficient protocol for the global sensitivity analysis of stochastic ecological models. Ecosphere 7: e01238. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1238 [PDF]
  73. Johnson, CN, …, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. What caused extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna of Sahul? Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20152399. doi:10.1098/rspb.2015.2399 [PDF]
  74. Speed, CW, MG Meekan, IC Field, CR McMahon, RG Harcourt, JD Stevens, RC Babcock, RD Pillans, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. Reef shark movements relative to a coastal marine protected area. Regional Studies in Marine Science 3: 58-66. doi:10.1016/j.rsma.2015.05.002 [PDF]
  75. Di Minin, E, N Leader-Williams, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. Banning trophy hunting will exacerbate biodiversity loss. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 99-102. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2015.12.006 [PDF]
  76. Mellin, C, D Mouillot, M Kulbicki, TR McClanahan, L Vigliola, CJA Bradshaw, RE Brainard, P Chabanet, GJ Edgar, DA Fordham, AM Friedlander, V Parravicini, AMM Sequeira, RD Stuart-Smith, L Wantiez, MJ Caley. 2016. Humans and seasonal climate variability threaten large-bodied coral reef fish with small ranges. Nature Communications 7: 10491. doi:10.1038/ncomms10491 [PDF]
  77. Saltré, F, Rodríguez-Rey, M, …, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. Climate change not to blame for Late Quaternary megafauna extinctions in Australia. Nature Communications 7: 10511. doi:10.1038/ncomms10511 [PDF]
  78. Turney, CSM, Z Thomas, D Hutchinson, CJA Bradshaw, … 2015. Obliquity-driven expansion of North Atlantic sea ice during the last glacial. Geophysical Research Letters 42: 10382-10390. doi:10.1002/2015GL066344 [PDF]
  79. Rodríguez-Rey, M, S Herrando-Pérez, …, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Criteria for assessing the quality of Middle Pleistocene to Holocene vertebrate fossil ages. Quaternary Geochronology 30: 69-79. doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2015.08.002 [PDF]
  80. Cooper, A, CSM Turney, BW Brook, G McDonald, KA Hughen, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Abrupt warmings drove Late Pleistocene Holarctic megafaunal turnover. Science 349: 602-606. doi:10.1126/science.aac4315 [PDF]
  81. Bradshaw, CJA, I Craigie, WF Laurance. 2015. National emphasis on high-level protection reduces risk of biodiversity decline in tropical forest reserves. Biological Conservation 190: 115-122. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2015.05.019 [PDF]
  82. Gomez, C, AJ Williams, SJ Nicol, C Mellin, KL Loeun, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Species distribution models of tropical deep-sea snappers. PLoS One 10: e0127395. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127395 [PDF]
  83. Tanner, JE, C Mellin, L Parrott, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Fine-scale benthic biodiversity patterns inferred from image processing. Ecological Complexity 22: 76-85. doi:10.1016/j.ecocom.2015.02.009 [PDF]
  84. Bradshaw, CJA, IG Warkentin. 2015. Global estimates of boreal forest carbon stocks and flux. Global and Planetary Change 128: 24-30. doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.02.004 [PDF]
  85. Saltré, F, …, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Uncertainties in dating constrain model choice for inferring extinction time from fossil records. Quaternary Science Reviews 112: 128-137. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.01.022 [PDF]
  86. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2015. Reply to O’Neill et al. and O’Sullivan: Fertility reduction will help, but only in the long termProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 112: E508–E509. doi:10.1073/pnas.1423102112 [PDF]
  87. Prowse, TAA, CN Johnson, P Cassey, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2015. Ecological and economic benefits to cattle rangelands of restoring an apex predator. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 455-466. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12378 [PDF]
  88. Nimmo, DG, SJ Watson, D Forsyth, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Dingoes can help conserve wildlife and our methods can tell. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 281-285. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12369 [PDF]
  89. Brook, BW, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Key role for nuclear energy in global biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology 29: 702-712. doi:10.1111/cobi.12433 [PDF]
  90. Heard, B, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2015. Beyond wind: furthering development of clean energy in South Australia. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 139: 57-82 doi:10.1080/03721426.2015.1035217 [PDF]
  91. Watson, DM, B Beaven, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Population trends of New Zealand fur seals in the Rakiura region based on long-term population surveys and traditional ecological knowledge. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 49: 106-118. doi:10.1080/00288330.2014.953184 [PDF]
  92. Hong, S, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2015. Global zero-carbon energy pathways using viable mixes of nuclear and renewables. Applied Energy 143: 451-459. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.01.006 [PDF]
  93. Liu, JJ, F Song, X Zhang, S Zhou, M Cadotte, CJA Bradshaw. 2015. Explaining maximum variation in productivity requires phylogenetic diversity and single functional traits. Ecology 96: 176-183. doi:10.1890/14-1034.1 [PDF]
  94. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2014. Human population reduction is not a quick fix for environmental problems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 111: 16610–16615. doi:10.1073/pnas.1410465111 [PDF]
  95. Hong, S, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2014. South Korean energy scenarios show how nuclear power can reduce future energy and environmental costs. Energy Policy 74: 569-578. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2014.05.054 [PDF]
  96. Hong, S, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2014. Nuclear power can reduce emissions and maintain a strong economy: rating Australia’s optimal future electricity-generation mix by technologies and policies. Applied Energy 136: 712-725. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2014.09.062 [PDF]
  97. Mellin, C, K Mengersen, CJA Bradshaw, MJ Caley. 2014. Generalizing the use of geographical weights in biodiversity modelling. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23: 1314-1323. doi:10.1111/geb.12203 [PDF]
  98. Bradby, K, J Fitzsimons, A Del Marco, DA Driscoll, EG Ritchie, J Lau, CJA Bradshaw, RJ Hobbs. 2014. Ecological connectivity or Barrier Fence? Critical choices on the agricultural margins of Western Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 15: 180-190. doi:10.1111/emr.12130 [PDF]
  99. Frankham R, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2014. 50/500 rules need upward revision to 100/1000 – Response to Franklin et al. Biological Conservation 176: 286. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.05.006 [PDF]
  100. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook, S Delean, DA Fordham, S Herrando-Pérez, P Cassey, R Early, C Sekercioglu, MB Araújo. 2014. Predictors of contraction and expansion of area of occupancy for British birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20140744. doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.0744 [PDF]
  101. Sequeira, AMM, PEJ Roetman, CB Daniels, AK Baker, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Distribution models for koalas in South Australia using citizen science-collected data. Ecology and Evolution 4: 2103-2114. doi:10.1002/ece3.1094 [PDF]
  102. Herrando-Pérez, S, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Clarity and precision of language are a necessary route in ecology. BioScience 64: 373-374. doi:10.1093/biosci/biu050 [PDF]
  103. Moen, J, L Rist, K Bishop, FS Chapin III, D Ellison, T Kuuluvainen, H Petersson, K Puetmann, J Rayner, IG Warkentin, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Eye on the taiga: removing global policy impediments to safeguard the boreal forest. Conservation Letters 7: 408-418. doi:10.1111/conl.12098 [PDF]
  104. Lyon, JP, T Bird, S Nicol, J Kearns, J O’Mahony, C Todd, IG Cowx, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Efficiency of electrofishing in turbid lowland rivers: implications for measuring temporal change in fish populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71: 878-886. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2013-0287 [PDF]
  105. Herrando-Pérez, S, S Delean, BW Brook, P Cassey, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Spatial climate patterns explain negligible variation in strength of compensatory density feedback in birds and mammals. PLoS One 9(3): e91536. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0091536 [PDF]
  106. Wernberg, T, BD Russell, CJA Bradshaw, CFD Gurgel, MS Thomsen, ES Poloczanska, SD Connell. 2014. Misconceptions about analyses of Australian seaweed collections. Phycologia 53: 215-220. doi:10.2216/13-197.1 [PDF]
  107. Laurance, WF, DC Useche, SG Laurance, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Identifying rising stars in biology: a response to BrunaBioScience 64: 169-170. doi:10.1093/biosci/biu006 [PDF]
  108. Frankham R, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2014. Genetics in conservation management: revised recommendations for the 50/500 rules, Red List criteria and population viability analyses. Biological Conservation 170: 53-63. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2013.12.036 (Editor’s Choice, Biological Conservation) (Web of Science Essential Science Indicators ‘Highly Cited Paper’) [PDF]
  109. Mellin, C, CJA Bradshaw, DA Fordham, MJ Caley. 2014. Strong but opposing β-diversity-stability relationships in coral reef fish communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20131993. doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.1993 [PDF]
  110. Herrando-Pérez, S, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Ecology needs a convention of nomenclature. BioScience 64: 311-321. doi:10.1093/biosci/biu013 [PDF]
  111. Prowse, TAA, CN Johnson, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2014. An ecological regime shift resulting from disrupted predator-prey interactions in Holocene Australia. Ecology 95: 693-702. doi:10.1890/13-0746.1 (highlighted in Science) [PDF]
  112. Loeun, K, S Goldstien, D Gleeson, SJ Nicol, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Limited genetic structure among broad-scale regions for two commercially harvested, tropical deep-water snappers in New CaledoniaFisheries Science 80: 13-19. doi:10.1007/s12562-013-0673-y [PDF]
  113. Sequeira, AMM, C Mellin, L Floch, PG Williams, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Inter-ocean asynchrony in whale shark occurrence patterns. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 450: 21-29. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2013.10.019 [PDF]
  114. Sequeira, AMM, C Mellin, DA Fordham, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2014. Predicting current and future global distributions of whale sharksGlobal Change Biology 20: 778-789. doi:10.1111/gcb.12343 [PDF]
  115. Cerutti-Pereyra, F, M Thums, CM Austin, CJA Bradshaw, JD Stevens, RC Babcock, RD Pillans, MG Meekan. 2014. Restricted movements of juvenile rays in the lagoon of Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia – evidence for the existence of a nurseryEnvironmental Biology of Fishes 97: 371-383. doi:10.1007/s10641-013-0158-y [PDF]
  116. Ritchie, EG, CJA Bradshaw, CR Dickman, R Hobbs, CN Johnson, EL Johnston, WF Laurance, D Lindenmayer, MA McCarthy, DG Nimmo, HH Possingham, RL Pressey, DM Watson, J Woinarski. 2013. Continental-scale governance and the hastening of loss of Australia’s biodiversityConservation Biology 27: 1133-1135. doi:10.1111/cobi.12189 [PDF]
  117. Gibson, L, AJ Lynam, CJA Bradshaw, F He, DP Bickford, DS Woodruff, S Bumrungsri, WF Laurance. 2013. Near-complete extinction of native small mammal fauna 25 years following forest fragmentation. Science 341: 1508-1510. doi:10.1126/science.1240495 (highlighted in Nature; highlighted in Current Biology) [PDF]
  118. Johnson, CN, CJA Bradshaw, … 2013. Rapid megafaunal extinction following human arrival throughout the New World. Quaternary International 308/309: 273-277. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2013.06.022 [PDF]
  119. Brook, BW, CJA Bradshaw, … 2013. Lack of chronological support for stepwise prehuman extinctions of Australian megafauna. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 110: E3368. doi:10.1073/pnas.1309226110 [PDF]
  120. Laurance, WF, DC Useche, SG Laurance, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Predicting publication success for biologists. BioScience 63: 817-823. doi:10.1525/bio.2013.63.10.9 (recommended in F1000) [PDF]
  121. Fordham DA, C Mellin, BD Russell BD, HR Akçakaya, CJA Bradshaw, ME Aiello-Lammens, MJ Caley, SD Connell, S Mayfield, SA Shepherd, BW Brook. 2013. Population dynamics can be more important than physiological limits for determining range shifts under climate change. Global Change Biology 19: 3224-3237. doi:10.1111/gcb.12289 [PDF]
  122. Field, IC, BJ Tillett, BJ, R Charters, GJ Johnson, RC Buckworth, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Distribution, relative abundance and risks from fisheries to threatened Glyphis sharks and sawfishes in northern Australia. Endangered Species Research 21: 171-180. doi:10.3354/esr00513 [PDF]
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  125. Bradshaw, CJA, DMJS Bowman, NR Bond, BP Murphy, AD Moore, DA Fordham, R Thackway, MJ Lawes, H McCallum, SD Gregory, RC Dalal, MM Boer, AJJ Lynch, RA Bradstock, BW Brook, BK Henry, LP Hunt, DO Fisher, D Hunter, CN Johnson, DA Keith, EC Lefroy, TD Penman, WS Meyer, JR Thomson, CM Thornton, J VanDerWal, RJ Williams, L Keniger, A Specht. 2013. Brave new green world – consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity. Biological Conservation 161: 71-90. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2013.02.012 [PDF]
  126. Hong, S, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2013. Evaluating options for the sustainable energy mixes in South Korea using scenario analysis. Energy 52: 237-244. doi:10.1016/ [PDF]
  127. Fordham, DA, BW Brook, MJ Caley, CJA Bradshaw, C Mellin. 2013. Conservation management and sustainable harvest quotas are sensitive to choice of climate modelling approach for two marine gastropods. Diversity and Distributions 19: 1299-1312. doi:10.1111/ddi.12092 [PDF]
  128. Hong, S, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2013. Evaluating options for the future energy mix of Japan after the Fukushima nuclear crisis. Energy Policy 56:418-424. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2013.01.002 [PDF]
  129. Adler, CJ, K Dobney, LS Weyrich, J Kaidonis, AW Walker, W Haak, CJA Bradshaw, … 2013. Sequencing ancient calcified dental plaque shows changes in oral microbiota with dietary shifts of the Neolithic and Industrial revolutions. Nature Genetics 45: 450-455. doi:10.1038/ng.2536 (highlighted in Sciencerecommended in F1000) [PDF]
  130. Frankham, R, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw, LW Traill, D Spielman. 2013. 50/500 and minimum viable populations: response to Jamieson and Allendorf. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28:187-188. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2013.01.002 [PDF]
  131. Sequeira, A, C Mellin, S Delean, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Spatial and temporal predictions of inter-decadal trends in Indian Ocean whale sharks. Marine Ecology Progress Series 478: 185-195. doi:10.3354/meps10166 [PDF]
  132. Sequeira, A, C Mellin, MG Meekan, DW Sims, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Inferred global connectivity of whale shark Rhincodon typus populations. Journal of Fish Biology 82: 595-617. doi:10.1111/jfb.12017 [PDF]
  133. Liu, JJ, D Wu, X Peng, S Zhou, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Exogenous and endogenous determinants of spatial aggregation patterns in Tibetan Plateau meadow vegetation. Journal of Plant Ecology 6: 277-285. doi:10.1093/jpe/rts041 [PDF]
  134. Prowse, TAA, CN Johnson, RC Lacy, CJA Bradshaw, JP Pollak, MJ Watts, BW Brook. 2013. No need for disease: testing extinction hypotheses for the thylacine using multi-species metamodels. Journal of Animal Ecology 82: 355-364. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12029 [PDF]
  135. Williams, AJ, K Loeun, SJ Nicol, P Chavance, M Ducrocq, SJ Harley, GM Pilling, V Allain, C Mellin, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Population biology and vulnerability to fishing of deep-water Eteline snappers. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 29: 395-403. doi:10.1111/jai.12123 [PDF]
  136. Delean, S, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Ecologically realistic estimates of maximum population growth using informed Bayesian priors. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4: 34-44. doi:10.1111/j.2041-210x.2012.00252.x [PDF]
  137. McMahon, CR, Y Isagi, S Kaneko, DMJS Bowman, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2013. Genetic structure of introduced swamp buffalo subpopulations in tropical AustraliaAustral Ecology 38: 46-56. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2012.02373.x [PDF]
  138. Thums, M, CJA Bradshaw, MD Sumner, J Horsburgh, MA Hindell. 2013. Depletion of deep marine food patches forces divers to give up earlyJournal of Animal Ecology 82: 72-83. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2012.02021.x [PDF]
  139. Laurance WF, DC Useche, J Rendeiro, M Kalka, CJA Bradshaw, SP Sloan, SG Laurance, M Campbell and 208 others. 2012. Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas. Nature 489: 290-294. doi:10.1038/nature11318 (recommended in F1000) [PDF]
  140. Cerutti-Pereyra, F, MG Meekan, NV Wei, O O’Shea, CJA Bradshaw, CM Austin. 2012. Identification of rays through DNA barcoding: an application for ecologists. PLoS One 7: e36479. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036479 [PDF]
  141. Speed, CW, MG Meekan, IC Field, CR McMahon, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Heat-seeking sharks: support for behavioural thermoregulation in reef sharksMarine Ecology Progress Series 463: 231-245. doi:10.3354/meps09864 [PDF]
  142. Herrando-Pérez, S, S Delean, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Strength of density dependence from census data increases from slow to fast life historiesEcology and Evolution 2: 1922-1934. doi:10.1002/ece3.298 [PDF]
  143. Lyon, JP, C Todd, SJ Nicol, A McDonald, D Stoessel, BA Ingram, RJ Barker, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Reintroduction success of threatened Australian trout cod (Maccullochella macquariensis) based on growth and reproduction. Marine and Freshwater Research 63: 598-605. doi:10.1071/MF12034 [PDF]
  144. Niu, H-Y, L Hong, Z-F Wang, H Shen, W-H Ye, H-P Mu, H-L Cao, Z-M Wang, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Inferring the invasion history of coral berry Ardisia crenata from China to the USA using molecular markers. Ecological Research 27: 809-818. doi:10.1007/s11284-012-0957-1 [PDF]
  145. Tillett, BJ, IC Field, CJA Bradshaw, G Johnson, RC Buckworth, MG Meekan, JR Ovenden. 2012. Accuracy of species identification by fisheries observers in a north Australian shark fishery. Fisheries Research 127-128: 109-115. doi:10.1016/j.fishres.2012.04.007 [PDF]
  146. Herrando-Pérez, S, S Delean, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Density dependence: an ecological Tower of Babel. Oecologia 170: 585-603. doi:10.1007/s00442-012-2347-3 [PDF]
  147. Hindell, MA, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook, D Fordham, K Kerry, C Hull, CR McMahon. 2012. Long-term breeding phenology shift in royal penguins. Ecology and Evolution 2: 1563-1571. doi:10.1002/ece3.281 [PDF]
  148. van Oosterzee, P, J Blignaut, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. iREDD hedges against avoided deforestation’s unholy trinity of leakage, permanence and additionality. Conservation Letters 5: 266-273. doi:10.1111/j.1755-263X.2012.00237.x [PDF]
  149. Herrando-Pérez, S, S Delean, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Decoupling of component and ensemble density feedbacks in birds and mammals. Ecology 93: 1728-1740. doi:10.1890/11-1415.1 [PDF]
  150. Mellin, C, L Parrott, S Andréfouët, CJA Bradshaw, MA MacNeil, MJ Caley. 2012. Multi-scale marine biodiversity patterns inferred efficiently from habitat image processing. Ecological Applications 22:792-803. doi:10.1890/11-2105.1 [PDF]
  151. Speed, CW, MG Meekan, IC Field, CR McMahon, K Abrantes, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Trophic ecology of reef sharks determined using stable isotopes and telemetry. Coral Reefs 31: 357-367. doi:10.1007/s00338-011-0850-3 [PDF]
  152. Warkentin, IG, Bradshaw, CJA. 2012. A tropical perspective on conserving the boreal ‘lung of the planet’. Biological Conservation 151: 50-52. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2011.10.025 [PDF]
  153. Bradshaw, CJA, et al. 2012. Robust estimates of extinction time in the geological recordQuaternary Science Reviews 33: 14-19. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.11.021 [PDF]
  154. Field, IC, RC Buckworth, G-J Yang, MG Meekan, G Johnson, JD Stevens, RD Pillans, CR McMahon, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Changes in size distributions of commercially exploited sharks over 25 years in northern Australia using a Bayesian approachFisheries Research 125-126: 262-271. doi:10.1016/j.fishres.2012.03.005 [PDF]
  155. Bradshaw, CJA. 2012. Little left to lose: deforestation and forest degradation in Australia since European colonisation. Journal of Plant Ecology 5: 109-120. doi:10.1093/jpe/RTR038 [PDF]
  156. de Little, SC, G Williamson, DMJS Bowman, PI Whelan, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Experimental comparison of aerial larvicides and habitat modification for controlling disease-carrying Aedes vigilax mosquitoes. Pest Management Science 68: 709-717. doi:10.1002/ps.2317 [PDF]
  157. Bradshaw CJA, CR McMahon, PS Miller, RC Lacy, ML Verant, JP Pollak, DA Fordham, MJ Watts, TAA Prowse, BW Brook. 2012. Novel coupling of individual-based epidemiological and demographic models predict realistic dynamics of tuberculosis in alien buffalo. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 268-277. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02081.x [PDF]
  158. Brook, BW, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Strange bedfellows? Techno-fixes to solve the big conservation issues in southern AsiaBiological Conservation 151: 7-10. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2011.10.007 [PDF]
  159. Sequeira, A, C Mellin, D Rowat, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2012. Ocean-scale prediction of whale shark distribution. Diversity and Distributions 18: 504-518. doi:10.1111/j.1472-4642.2011.00853.x [PDF]
  160. Wernberg, T, BD Russell, MS Thomsen, CFD Gurgel, CJA Bradshaw, ES Poloczanska, SD Connell. 2011. Seaweed communities in retreat from ocean warmingCurrent Biology 21: 1828-1832. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2011.09.028 [PDF]
  161. Bradshaw, CJA, Clements, GR, WF Laurance, BW Brook. 2011. Better SAFE than sorry. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9: 487-488. doi:10.1890/11.WB.028 [PDF]
  162. Brook, BW, CJA Bradshaw, LW Traill, R Frankham. 2011. Minimum viable population size: not magic, but necessary. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26: 619-620. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2011.09.006 [PDF]
  163. Gibson, L, TM Lee, LP Koh, BW Brook, TA Gardner, J Barlow, CA Peres, CJA Bradshaw, WF Laurance, TE Lovejoy, NS Sodhi. 2011. Primary forests are irreplaceable for sustaining tropical biodiversity. Nature 478: 378-381. doi:10.1038/nature10425 [PDF] (Web of Science Essential Science Indicators ‘Highly Cited Paper’)
  164. McMahon, CR, BW Brook, DMJS Bowman, GJ Williamson, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Fertility partially drives the relative success of two introduced bovines (Bubalus bubalis and Bos javanicus) in the Australian tropics. Wildlife Research 38: 386-395. doi:10.1071/WR10174 [PDF]
  165. Bradshaw, CJA, WF Laurance, L Gibson, PR Ehrlich, BW Brook. 2011. Homage to an avant-garde conservation leader, Navjot SodhiConservation Biology 25: 1056-1058. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2011.01730.x [PDF]
  166. Tillett, BJ, MG Meekan, D Parry, N Munksgaard, IC Field, D Thorburn, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Decoding fingerprints: elemental composition of vertebrae correlate to age-related habitat use in two morphologically similar sharks. Marine Ecology Progress Series 434: 133-142. doi:10.3354/meps09222 [PDF]
  167. Tillett, BJ, MG Meekan, IC Field, Q Hua, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Similar life history traits in bull (Carcharhinus leucas) and pig-eye (C. amboinensis) sharks. Marine and Freshwater Research 62: 850-860. doi:10.1071/MF10271 [PDF]
  168. Clements, GR, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook, WF Laurance. 2011. The SAFE index: using a threshold population target to measure relative species threat. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9: 521-525. doi:10.1890/100177 [PDF]
  169. Yang, G-J, X-N Zhou, L-P Sun, F Wu, B Zhong, D-C Qiu, J Utzinger, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Compensatory density feedback of Oncomelania hupensis populations in two different environmental settings in ChinaParasites and Vectors 4: 133. doi:10.1186/1756-3305-4-133 [PDF]
  170. Thums, M, CJA Bradshaw, MA Hindell. 2011. In situ measures of foraging success and prey encounter reveal marine habitat-dependent search strategiesEcology 92: 1258-1270doi:10.1890/09-1299.1 [PDF]
  171. Mellin C, S Delean, MJ Caley, P Dunstan, G Edgar, MG Meekan, CR Pitcher, R Przeslawski, A Williams, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Effectiveness of biological surrogates for predicting patterns of marine biodiversity: a global meta-analysisPLoS One 6: e20141. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0020141 [PDF]
  172. Einoder, LD, B Page, SD Goldsworthy, SC de Little, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Exploitation of distant Antarctic waters and close neritic waters by short-tailed shearwaters breeding in South Australia. Austral Ecology 36: 461-475. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2010.02176.x [PDF]
  173. Speed, CW, MG Meekan, IC Field, CR McMahon, JD Stevens, F McGregor, C Huveneers, Y Berger, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Spatial and temporal niche partitioning in coastal reef shark aggregationsMarine Ecology Progress Series 429: 261-275. doi:10.3354/meps09080 [PDF]
  174. Collier, N, BJ Austin, CJA Bradshaw, CR McMahon. 2011. Turning pests into profits: introduced buffalo provide multiple benefits to indigenous people of northern AustraliaHuman Ecology 39: 155-164. doi:10.1007/s10745-010-9365-8 [PDF]
  175. Bradshaw, CJA. 2011. No place for humans! Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9: 190–191. doi:10.1890/1540-9295-9.3.190 [PDF]
  176. Newland, C, IC Field, Y Cherel, C Guinet, CJA Bradshaw, CR McMahon, MA Hindell. 2011. Diet of juvenile southern elephant seals reappraised by stable isotopes in whiskers. Marine Ecology Progress Series 424: 247-258. doi:10.3354/meps08769 [PDF]
  177. Dunstan, A, CJA Bradshaw, J Marshall. 2011. Nautilus at risk – estimating population size and demography of Nautilus pompiliusPLoS One 6(2): e16716. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0016716 [PDF]
  178. Field, IC, MG Meekan, CW Speed, W White, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Quantifying movement patterns for shark conservation at remote coral atolls in the Indian OceanCoral Reefs 30: 61-71. doi:10.1007/s00338-010-0699-x [PDF]
  179. Wilson, RP, CR McMahon, F Quintana, E Frere, A Scolaro, GC Hays, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. N-dimensional animal energetic niches clarify behavioural options in a variable marine environmentJournal of Experimental Biology 214: 646-656. doi:10.1242/jeb.044859 [PDF]
  180. Giam, X, NS Sodhi, BW Brook, HTW Tan, CJA Bradshaw. 2011. Relative need for conservation assessment of vascular plant species among ecoregions. Journal of Biogeography 38: 55-68. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2010.02383.x [PDF]
  181. Mellin, C, C Huchery, MJ Caley, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Reef size and isolation determine the temporal stability of coral reef fish populations. Ecology 91: 3138-3145. doi:10.1890/10-0267.1 [PDF]
  182. Sleeman, JC, MG Meekan, SG Wilson, JJ Polovina, JD Stevens, GS Boggs, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. To go or not to go with the flow: environmental influences on whale shark movement patterns. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 390: 84-98. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2010.05.009 [PDF]
  183. Traill, LW, CJA Bradshaw, S Delean, BW Brook. 2010. Wetland conservation and sustainable use under global change: a tropical Australian case study using magpie geese. Ecography 33: 818-825. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0587.2009.06205.x [PDF]
  184. Traill, LW, MLM Lim, NS Sodhi, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Mechanisms driving change: altered species interactions and ecosystem functions from global warmingJournal of Animal Ecology 79: 937-947. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2010.01695.x [PDF]
  185. Clark, F, BW Brook, S Delean, HR Akçakaya, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. The theta-logistic is unreliable for modelling most census dataMethods in Ecology and Evolution 1: 253-262. doi:10.1111/j.2041-210X.2010.00029.x [PDF]
  186. Gregory, S, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook, F Courchamp. 2010. Limited evidence for the demographic Allee effect from numerous species across taxa. Ecology 91: 2151-2161. doi:10.1890/09-1128.1 [PDF]
  187. Goldsworthy, SD, B Page, A Welling, M Chambellant,CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Selection of diving strategy by Antarctic fur seals depends on where and when foraging takes placeMarine Ecology Progress Series 409: 255-266. doi:10.3354/meps08611 [PDF]
  188. Speed, CW, IC Field, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Complexities of coastal shark movements and their implications for management. Marine Ecology Progress Series 408: 275-293. doi:10.3354/meps08581 [PDF]
  189. Giam, X, CJA Bradshaw, HTW Tan, NS Sodhi. 2010. Future habitat loss and the conservation of plant biodiversity. Biological Conservation 143: 1594-1602. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2010.04.019 [PDF]
  190. Traill, LW, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2010. Satellite telemetry and seasonal movements of magpie geese (Anseranas semipalmata) in tropical northern Australia. Emu 110: 160-164. doi:10.1071/MU09098 [PDF]
  191. Bradshaw, CJA, X Giam, NS Sodhi. 2010. Evaluating the relative environmental impact of countries. PLoS One 5(5): e10440 [PDF]
  192. Laurance, WF, LP Koh, RA Butler, NS Sodhi, CJA Bradshaw, DJ Neidel, H Consunji, J Mateo-Vega. 2010. Improving the performance of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil for nature conservation. Conservation Biology 24: 377-381 [PDF]
  193. McMahon, CR, BW Brook, N Collier, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Spatially explicit spreadsheet modelling for optimizing the efficiency of reducing invasive animal density. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1: 53-68 [PDF]
  194. Mellin, C, CJA Bradshaw, MG Meekan, MJ Caley. 2010. Environmental and spatial predictors of species richness and abundance in coral reef fishes. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19: 212-222 [PDF]
  195. Traill, LW, BW Brook, R Frankham, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Pragmatic population viability targets in a rapidly changing world. Biological Conservation 143: 28-34 [PDF]
  196. Sleeman, JC, MG Meekan, BM Fitzpatrick, CC Steinberg, R Ancel, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Oceanographic and atmospheric processes influence the abundance of whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 382: 77-81 [PDF]
  197. Koh, LP, J Ghazoul, RA Butler, WF Laurance, NS Sodhi, J Mateo-Vega, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Wash and spin cycle threats to tropical biodiversity. Biotropica 42: 67-71. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7429.2009.00588.x [PDF]
  198. Bickford, D, TH Ng, Q Lan, EP Kudavidanage, CJA Bradshaw. 2010. Forest fragment and breeding habitat characteristics explain frog diversity and abundance in Singapore. Biotropica 42: 119-125. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7429.2009.00542.x [PDF]
  199. Field, IC, MG Meekan, RC Buckworth, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Susceptibility of sharks, rays and chimaeras to global extinction. Advances in Marine Biology 56: 275-363. doi:10.1016/S0065-2881(09)56004-X [PDF]
  200. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2009. The Cronus hypothesis – extinction as a necessary and dynamic balance to evolutionary diversification. Journal of Cosmology 2: 221-229 [PDF]
  201. Rowat, D, CW Speed, MG Meekan, M Gore, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Population abundance and apparent survival of the Vulnerable whale shark in the Seychelles aggregation. Oryx 43: 591-598 [PDF]
  202. Bradshaw, CJA, IG Warkentin, NS Sodhi. 2009. Urgent preservation of boreal carbon stocks and biodiversity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24: 541-548 [PDF]
  203. Field, IC, MG Meekan, RC Buckworth, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Protein mining the world’s oceans: Australasia as an example of illegal expansion-and-displacement fishing. Fish and Fisheries 10: 323-328 [PDF]
  204. de Little, SC, DMJS Bowman, PI Whelan, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Quantifying the drivers of larval density patterns in two tropical mosquito species to maximise control efficiency. Environmental Entomology 38: 1013-1021 [PDF]
  205. Warkentin, IG, D Bickford, NS Sodhi, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Eating frogs to extinction. Conservation Biology 23: 1056-1059 [PDF]
  206. Albrecht, GA, CR McMahon, DMJS Bowman, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Convergence of culture, ecology and ethics: management of feral swamp buffalo in northern Australia. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 22: 361-378 [PDF]
  207. Traill, LW, CJA Bradshaw, HE Field, BW Brook. 2009. Climate change enhances the potential impact of infectious disease and harvest on tropical waterfowl. Biotropica 41: 414-423 [PDF]
  208. Koh, LP, RA Butler, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Conversion of Indonesia’s peatlands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 238 [PDF]
  209. Newland, C, IC Field, PD Nichols, CJA Bradshaw, MA Hindell. 2009. Blubber fatty acid profiles indicate dietary resource partitioning between adult and juvenile southern elephant seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 384: 303-312 [PDF]
  210. Sodhi, NS, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2009. Tropical Conservation Biology: response to Lugo’s tendentious review. Environmental Conservation 36: 11-13 [PDF]
  211. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook, KSH Peh, NS Sodhi. 2009. Flooding policy makers with evidence to save forests. Ambio 38: 125-126 [PDF]
  212. Yang, G-J, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Predicting the timing and magnitude of tropical mosquito population peaks for maximizing control efficiency. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 3: e385 [PDF]
  213. Bradshaw, CJA, NS Sodhi, BW Brook. 2009. Tropical turmoil – a biodiversity tragedy in progress. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 79-87 [PDF]
  214. McMahon, CR, MN Bester, MA Hindell, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Shifting trends: detecting environmentally mediated regulation in long-lived marine vertebrates using time-series data. Oecologia 159: 69-82 [PDF]
  215. Rowat, D, M Gore, MG Meekan, IR Lawler, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Aerial survey as a tool to estimate whale shark abundance trends. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 368: 1-8 [PDF]
  216. Yang, G-J, BW Brook, PI Whelan, S Cleland, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Endogenous and exogenous factors controlling temporal abundance patterns of tropical mosquitoes. Ecological Applications 18: 2028-2040 [PDF]
  217. Thums, M, CJA Bradshaw, MA Hindell. 2008. Tracking changes in relative body composition in southern elephant seals using swim speed data. Marine Ecology Progress Series 370: 249-261 [PDF]
  218. Clements, R., PKL Ng, XX Lu, S Ambu, M Schilthuizen, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Using biogeographical patterns of endemic land snails to improve conservation planning for limestone karsts. Biological Conservation 141: 2751-2764 [PDF]
  219. Wheatley, KE, PD Nichols, MA Hindell, RG Harcourt, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Differential mobilization of blubber fatty acids in lactating Weddell seals: evidence for selective use. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81: 651-662 [PDF]
  220. Thums, M, CJA Bradshaw, MA Hindell. 2008. A validated approach for supervised dive classification in diving vertebrates. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 363: 75-83 [PDF]
  221. McMahon, CR, IC Field, MA Hindell, SC de Little, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Guarding against oversimplifying the fundamental drivers of southern elephant seal population dynamics. Journal of Biogeography 35: 1738-1740 [PDF]
  222. Bradshaw, CJA, X Giam, HTW Tan, BW Brook, NS Sodhi. 2008. Threat or invasive status in legumes is related to opposite extremes of the same ecological and life-history attributes. Journal of Ecology 96: 869-883 [PDF]
  223. Brook, BW, NS Sodhi, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Synergies among extinction drivers under global change. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 453-460 [PDF] (Web of Science Essential Science Indicators ‘Highly Cited Paper’)
  224. Bradshaw, CJA, BM Fitzpatrick, CC Steinberg, BW Brook, MG Meekan. 2008. Decline in whale shark size and abundance at Ningaloo Reef over the past decade: the world’s largest fish is getting smaller. Biological Conservation 141: 1894-1905 [PDF]
  225. Yang, G-J, CJA Bradshaw, PI Whelan, BW Brook. 2008. Importance of endogenous feedback controlling the long-term abundance of tropical mosquito species. Population Ecology 50: 293-305 [PDF]
  226. McMahon, CR, IC Field, CJA Bradshaw, GC White, MA Hindell. 2008. Tracking devices attached to elephant seals do not affect individual mass gain or survival. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 360: 71-77 [PDF]
  227. McMahon, CR, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. To catch a buffalo: field immobilization of Asian swamp buffalo using etorphine and xylazine. Australian Veterinary Journal 86: 235-241 [PDF]
  228. Hamel, MA, CR McMahon, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Flexible inter-nesting behaviour of generalist olive ridley turtles in Australia. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 359: 47-54 [PDF]
  229. Bickford, D, LP Koh, TM Lee, AC Diesmos, Sodhi, NS, CH Sekercioglu, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Forgetting habitat loss in amphibian extinctions – missing the forest for the disease. PLoS Biology [PDF]
  230. Speed, CW, MG Meekan, D Rowat, S Pierce, AD Marshall, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Scarring patterns and relative mortality rates of Indian Ocean whale sharks. Journal of Fish Biology 72: 1488-1503 [PDF]
  231. Burns, JM, MA Hindell, CJA Bradshaw, DP Costa. 2008. Fine-scale habitat selection of crabeater seals as determined by diving behavior. Deep-Sea Research II 55: 500-514 [PDF]
  232. Sims, DW, EJ Southall, NJ Humphries, GC Hays, CJA Bradshaw, JW Pitchford, A James, MZ Ahmed, AS Brierley, MA Hindell, D Morritt, MK Musyl, D Righton, ELC Shepard, VJ Wearmouth, RP Wilson, MJ Witt, JD Metcalfe. 2008. Scaling laws of marine predator search behaviour. Nature 451: 1098-1102 [PDF] (Web of Science Essential Science Indicators ‘Highly Cited Paper’)
  233. Sodhi, NS, D Bickford, AC Diesmos, TM Lee, LP Koh, BW Brook, CH Sekercioglu, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Measuring the meltdown: drivers of global amphibian extinction and decline. PLoS One 3(2): e1636 [PDF]
  234. Speed, CW, MG Meekan, B Russell, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Recent whale shark (Rhincodon typus) beach strandings in Australia. Marine Biodiversity Records 2: e15 [PDF]
  235. Wheatley, KE, CJA Bradshaw, RG Harcourt, MA Hindell. 2008. Feast or famine: evidence for mixed capital-income breeding strategies in Weddell seals. Oecologia 155: 11-20 [PDF]
  236. Bradshaw, CJA. 2008. Having your water and drinking it too – resource limitation modifies density regulation. Journal of Animal Ecology 77: 1-4 [PDF]
  237. Sodhi, NS, LP Koh, KS-H Peh, HTW Tan, RL Chazdon, RT Corlett, TM Lee, RK Colwell, BW Brook, CH Sekercioglu, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Correlates of extinction proneness in tropical angiosperms. Diversity and Distributions 14: 1-10. doi:10.1111/j.1472-4642.2007.00398.x [PDF]
  238. Bradshaw, CJA. 2007. Swimming in the deep end of the gene pool – global population structure of an oceanic giant. Molecular Ecology 16: 5111-5113 [PDF]
  239. Bradshaw, CJA, IC Field, DMJS Bowman, C Haynes, BW Brook. 2007. Current and future threats from non-indigenous animal species in northern Australia: a spotlight on World Heritage Area Kakadu National Park. Wildlife Research 34(6): 419-436 [PDF]
  240. Wheatley, KE, PD Nichols, MA Hindell, RG Harcourt, CJA Bradshaw. 2007. Temporal variation in the vertical stratification of blubber fatty acids alters diet predictions for lactating Weddell seals. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 352: 103-113 [PDF]
  241. Bradshaw, CJA, Sodhi, NS, KSH Peh, BW Brook. 2007. Global evidence that deforestation amplifies flood risk and severity in the developing world. Global Change Biology 13: 2379-2395 [PDF] (recommended by F1000; highlighted in Nature)
  242. Traill, LW, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook. 2007. Minimum viable population size: a meta-analysis of 30 years of published estimates. Biological Conservation 139: 159-166 [PDF]
  243. Hochscheid, S, CR McMahon, CJA Bradshaw, F Maffucci, F Bentivegna, GC Hays. 2007. Allometric scaling of lung volume and its consequences for marine turtle diving performance. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 148: 360-367 [PDF]
  244. Hays, GC, CJA Bradshaw, MC James, P Lovell, DW Sims. 2007. Why do Argos satellite tags deployed on marine animals stop transmitting? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 349: 52-60 [PDF]
  245. Sleeman, JC, MG Meekan, SG Wilson, CKS Jenner, MN Jenner, GS Boggs, CJA Bradshaw. 2007. Biophysical correlates of marine megafauna distributions at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 58: 608-623 [PDF]
  246. Lancaster, ML, CJA Bradshaw, SD Goldsworthy, P Sunnucks. 2007. Lower reproductive success in hybrid fur seal males indicates fitness costs to hybridization. Molecular Ecology 16: 3187-3197 [PDF]
  247. Bradshaw, CJA, Y Isagi, S Kaneko, BW Brook, DMJS Bowman, R Frankham. 2007. Low genetic diversity in the bottlenecked population of endangered non-native banteng in northern Australia. Molecular Ecology 16: 2998-3008 [PDF]
  248. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook, CR McMahon. 2007. Dangers of sensationalizing conservation biology. Conservation Biology 21: 570-571 [PDF]
  249. Wall, S, CJA Bradshaw, C Southwell, NJ Gales, MA Hindell. 2007. Crabeater seal diving behaviour in eastern Antarctica. Marine Ecology Progress Series 337: 265-277 [PDF]
  250. Bradshaw, CJA, DW Sims, GC Hays. 2007. Measurement error causes scale-dependent threshold erosion of biological signals extracted from animal movement data. Ecological Applications 77: 628-638 [PDF]
  251. Bradshaw, CJA, HF Mollet, MG Meekan. 2007. Inferring population trends for the world’s largest fish from mark-recapture estimates of survival. Journal of Animal Ecology 76: 480-489. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2006.01201.x [PDF]
  252. de Little, SC, CJA Bradshaw, CR McMahon, MA Hindell. 2007. Complex interplay between intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of long-term survival trends in southern elephant seals. BMC Ecology 7:3 [PDF]
  253. Field, IC, CJA Bradshaw, HR Burton, MA Hindell. 2007. Differential resource allocation strategies for juvenile elephant seals in the highly seasonal Southern Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 331: 281-290 [PDF]
  254. Field, IC, CJA Bradshaw, J van den Hoff, HR Burton, MA Hindell. 2007. Age-related shifts in the diet composition of southern elephant seals expand overall foraging niche. Marine Biology 150: 1441-1452 [PDF]
  255. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2007. Ecological-economic models of sustainable harvest for an endangered but exotic megaherbivore in northern Australia. Natural Resource Modeling 20: 129-156 [PDF]
  256. McMahon, CR, CJA Bradshaw, GC Hays. 2007. Applying the heat to research techniques for species conservation. Conservation Biology 21: 271-273 [PDF]
  257. Bradshaw, CJA, CR McMahon, GC Hays. 2007. Behavioural inference of diving metabolic rate in free-ranging leatherback turtles. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80: 209-219 [PDF]
  258. Speed, CW, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2007. Spot the match – wildlife photo-identification using information theory. Frontiers in Zoology 4:2 [PDF]
  259. McMahon, CR, CJA Bradshaw, GC Hays. 2007. Satellite tracking reveals unusual diving characteristics for a marine reptile, the olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea). Marine Ecology Progress Series 329: 239-252 [PDF]
  260. McMahon, CR, HR Burton, J van den Hoff, R Woods, CJA Bradshaw. 2006. Assessing hot-iron and cryo-branding for permanently marking southern elephant seals. Journal of Wildlife Management 70: 1484-1489 [PDF]
  261. Prior, LD, BW Brook, RJ Williams, PA Werner, CJA Bradshaw, DMJS Bowman. 2006. Environmental and allometric drivers of tree growth rates in a north Australian savanna. Forest Ecology and Management 234: 164-180 [PDF]
  262. Meekan, MG, CJA Bradshaw, M Press, C McLean, A Richards, S Quasnichka, JG Taylor. 2006. Population size and structure of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 319: 275-285 [PDF]
  263. Bradshaw, CJA, Y Fukuda, M Letnic, BW Brook. 2006. Incorporating known sources of uncertainty to determine precautionary harvests of saltwater crocodiles. Ecological Applications 16: 1436-1448 [PDF]
  264. Brook, BW, DMJS Bowman, CJA Bradshaw, BM Campbell, PJ Whitehead. 2006. Managing an endangered Asian bovid in an Australian national park: the role and limitations of ecological-economic models in decision-making. Environmental Management 38: 463-469 [PDF]
  265. Bradshaw, CJA, Y Isagi, S Kaneko, DMJS Bowman, BW Brook. 2006. Conservation value of non-native banteng in northern Australia. Conservation Biology 20: 1306-1311 [PDF]
  266. Bradshaw, CJA, WH White. 2006. Rapid development of cleaning behaviour by Torresian crows Corvus orru on non-native banteng Bos javanicus in northern Australia. Journal of Avian Biology 37: 409-411 [PDF]
  267. Brook, BW, CJA Bradshaw. 2006. Strength of evidence for density dependence in abundance time series of 1198 species. Ecology 87: 1445-1451 [PDF]
  268. Bradshaw, CJA, CR McMahon, BW Brook. 2006. The devil in the (demographic) detail. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4: 235 [PDF]
  269. Wheatley, KE, CJA Bradshaw, LS Davis, RG Harcourt, MA Hindell. 2006. Influence of maternal mass and condition on energy transfer in Weddell seals. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 724-733 [PDF]
  270. Brook, BW, CJA Bradshaw, LP Koh, NS Sodhi. 2006. Momentum drives the crash: mass extinction in the tropics. Biotropica 38: 302-305 [PDF]
  271. Bradshaw, CJA, K Evans, MA Hindell. 2006. Mass cetacean strandings – a plea for empiricism. Conservation Biology 20: 584-586 [PDF]
  272. Brook, BW, LW Traill, CJA Bradshaw. 2006. Minimum viable population size and global extinction risk are unrelated. Ecology Letters 9: 375-382 [PDF + SI]
  273. Wheatley, KE, CJA Bradshaw, RG Harcourt, LS Davis, MA Hindell. 2006. Chemical immobilization of adult female Weddell seals with tiletamine and zolazepam: effects of age, condition and stage of lactation. BMC Veterinary Research 2: 8 [PDF]
  274. McMahon, CR, CJA Bradshaw, GC Hays. 2006. Branding can be justified in vital conservation research. Nature 439: 392 [PDF]
  275. Bradshaw, CJA, LW Traill, KL Wertz, WH White, IM Gurry. 2005. Chemical immobilisation of wild banteng (Bos javanicus) in northern Australia using detomidine, tiletamine and zolazepam. Australian Veterinary Journal 83: 616-617 [PDF]
  276. Evans, K, R Thresher, RM Warneke, CJA Bradshaw, M Pook, D Thiele, MA Hindell. 2005. Periodic variability in cetacean strandings – links to large-scale climate events. Biology Letters 1: 147-150 [PDF]
  277. Field, IC, CJA Bradshaw, HR Burton, MA Hindell. 2005. Juvenile southern elephant seals exhibit seasonal differences in energetic requirements and use of lipids and protein stores. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78: 491-504 [PDF]
  278. Bradshaw, CJA. 2005. Survival of the fittest technology – problems estimating marine turtle mortality. Marine Ecology Progress Series 287: 262-263 [PDF]
  279. Bradshaw, CJA, BW Brook. 2005. Disease and the devil: density-dependent epidemiological processes explain historical population fluctuations in the Tasmanian devil. Ecography 28: 181-190 [PDF]
  280. Field, IC, CJA Bradshaw, HR Burton, MD Sumner, MA Hindell. 2005. Resource partitioning through oceanic segregation of foraging juvenile southern elephant seals. Oecologia 142: 127-135 [PDF]
  281. McMahon, CR, MN Bester, HR Burton, MA Hindell, CJA Bradshaw. 2005. Population status and trends of a wide-ranging marine mammal predator, the southern elephant seal: re-examining hypotheses to explain the decline. Mammal Review 35: 82-100 [PDF]
  282. Bradshaw, CJA, MA Hindell, MD Sumner, KJ Michael. 2004. Loyalty pays: life-history consequences of fidelity to marine foraging regions by elephant seals. Animal Behaviour 68: 1349-1360 [PDF]
  283. van den Hoff, J, MD Sumner, IC Field, CJA Bradshaw, HR Burton, CR McMahon. 2004. Temporal changes in the quality of hot-iron brands on elephant seal (Mirounga leonina L.) pups. Wildlife Research 31: 619-629 [PDF]
  284. Otway, NM, CJA Bradshaw, RG Harcourt. 2004. Estimating the rate of quasi-extinction of the Australian grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) population using deterministic age- and stage-classified models. Biological Conservation 119: 341-350 [PDF]
  285. Bradshaw, CJA, J Higgins, KJ Michael, SJ Wotherspoon, MA Hindell. 2004. At-sea distribution of female southern elephant seals relative to variation in ocean surface properties. ICES Journal of Marine Science 61: 1014-1027 [PDF]
  286. Burns, JM, DP Costa, M Fedak, MA Hindell, CJA Bradshaw, N Gales, G McDonald, SJ Trumble, D Crocker. 2004. Winter habitat use and foraging behavior of crabeater seals along the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Deep-Sea Research II 51: 2279-2303 [PDF]
  287. Jabour Green, J, CJA Bradshaw. 2004. The “capacity to reason” in conservation biology and policy: the southern elephant seal branding controversy. Journal for Nature Conservation 12: 25-39 [PDF]
  288. McMahon, CR, CJA Bradshaw. 2004. Harem choice and breeding experience of female southern elephant seals influence offspring survival. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55: 349-362 [PDF]
  289. Field, IC, CJA Bradshaw, HR Burton, MA Hindell. 2004. Seasonal use of oceanographic and fisheries management zones by juvenile southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) from Macquarie Island. Polar Biology 27: 432-440 [PDF]
  290. Biuw, M, BJ McConnell, CJA Bradshaw, HR Burton, MA Fedak. 2003. Blubber and buoyancy: monitoring the body condition of free-ranging seals using simple dive characteristics. Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 3405-3423 [PDF]
  291. Bradshaw, CJA, MA Hindell, NJ Best, KL Phillips, G. Wilson, PD Nichols. 2003. You are what you eat: describing the foraging ecology of southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) using blubber fatty acids. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 270: 1283-1292 [PDF]
  292. Best, NJ, CJA Bradshaw, MA Hindell, PD Nichols. 2003. Vertical stratification of fatty acids in the blubber of southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina): implications for diet analysis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B 134: 253-263 [PDF]
  293. Bradshaw, CJA, RG Harcourt, LS Davis. 2003. Male-biased sex ratios in New Zealand fur seal pups relative to environmental variation. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53: 297-307 [PDF]
  294. Bradshaw, CJA, RJ Barker, RG Harcourt, LS Davis. 2003. Estimating survival and capture probability of fur seal pups using multi-state mark-recapture models. Journal of Mammalogy 84: 65-80 [PDF]
  295. Hindell, MA, CJA Bradshaw, MD Sumner, KJ Michael, HR Burton. 2003. Dispersal of female southern elephant seals and their prey consumption during the austral summer: relevance to management and oceanographic zones. Journal of Applied Ecology 40: 703-715 [PDF]
  296. Lalas, C, CJA Bradshaw. 2003. Expectations for population growth at new breeding locations for the vulnerable New Zealand sea lion (Phocarctos hookeri) using a simulation model. Biological Conservation 114: 67-78 [PDF]
  297. Sumner, MD, KJ Michael, CJA Bradshaw, MA Hindell. 2002. Remote sensing of Southern Ocean sea surface temperature: implications for biophysical models. Remote Sensing of Environment 84: 161-173
  298. Field, IC, CJA Bradshaw, CR McMahon, J Harrington, HR Burton. 2002. Effects of age, size and condition of elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) on their intravenous anaesthesia with tiletamine and zolazepam. Veterinary Record 15: 235-240
  299. Bradshaw, CJA, CR McMahon, MA Hindell, PA Pistorius, MN Bester. 2002. Do southern elephant seals show density dependence in fecundity? Polar Biology 25: 650-655
  300. Bradshaw, CJA, MA Hindell, KJ Michael, MD Sumner. 2002. The optimal spatial scale for the analysis of elephant seal foraging areas as determined by geo-location in relation to sea surface temperatures. ICES Journal of Marine Science 59: 770-781
  301. Harcourt, RG, CJA Bradshaw, K Dickson, LS Davis. 2002. Foraging ecology of the female New Zealand fur seal. Marine Ecology Progress Series 227: 11-24
  302. Bradshaw, CJA, LS Davis, M. Purvis, Q. Zhou, GL Benwell. 2002. Using artificial neural networks to model the suitability of coastline for breeding by New Zealand fur seals. Ecological Modelling 48: 111-131
  303. Harcourt, RG, CJA Bradshaw, LS Davis. 2001. Summer foraging behaviour of a generalist predator, the New Zealand fur seal (Arctocephalus forsteri). Wildlife Research 28: 599-606
  304. Davis, LS, RG Harcourt, CJA Bradshaw. 2001. The winter migration of Adélie penguins breeding in the Ross Sea sector of Antarctica. Polar Biology 24: 593-597
  305. Lalas, C, CJA Bradshaw. 2001. Folklore and chimerical numbers: assessing a millennium of interaction between fur seals and humans in the New Zealand region. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 35: 477-497
  306. Bradshaw, CJA, LS Davis, C Lalas, RG Harcourt. 2000. Geographic and temporal variation in the condition of New Zealand (Arctocephalus forsteri) pups: evidence for density dependence and differences in the marine environment. Journal of Zoology 252: 41-51
  307. Bradshaw, CJA, RJ Barker, LS Davis. 2000. Modeling tag loss in New Zealand fur seal pups. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 5: 475-485
  308. Bradshaw, CJA, C Lalas, CM Thompson. 2000. Clustering of colonies in an expanding population of New Zealand fur seals (Arctocephalus forsteri). Journal of Zoology 250: 105-112
  309. Bradshaw, CJA, C Lalas, L Perriman, RG Harcourt, H Best, LS Davis. 1999. Seasonal oscillation in shore attendance and transience of New Zealand fur seals. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 814-823
  310. Bradshaw, CJA, CM Thompson, LS Davis, C Lalas. 1999. Pup density related to terrestrial habitat use by New Zealand fur seals. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 1579-1586
  311. Bradshaw, CJA, S Boutin, DM Hebert. 1998. Energetic implications of disturbance caused by petroleum exploration to woodland caribou. Canadian Journal of Zoology 76: 1319-1324
  312. Bradshaw, CJA, C Lalas And S McConkey. 1998. New Zealand sea lion predation on New Zealand fur seals. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 32: 101-104
  313. Bradshaw, CJA, S Boutin, DM Hebert. 1997. Effects of petroleum exploration on woodland caribou in Northeastern Alberta. Journal of Wildlife Management 61: 1127-1133
  314. Stuart-Smith, AK, CJA Bradshaw, S Boutin, DM Hebert, AB Rippin. 1997. Woodland caribou relative to landscape patterns in northeastern Alberta. Journal of Wildlife Management 61: 622-633
  315. Bradshaw, CJA, DM Hebert. 1996. Woodland caribou population decline in Alberta: fact or fiction? Rangifer Special Issue 9: 223-234
  316. Bradshaw, CJA, DM Hebert, AB Rippin, S Boutin. 1995. Winter peatland habitat selection by woodland caribou in northeastern Alberta. Canadian Journal of Zoology 73: 1567-1574


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  1. Bradshaw, CJA. 2007. Review of Marine Mammals. Evolutionary Biology, by Annalisa Berta, James Sumich and Kit Kovacs (2006). London: Elsevier/Academic Press. 547 pp. ISBN 0-12-088552-2. Polar Research 26: 86-87 [PDF]


  1. Traill, LW, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook (Authors); Mark McGinley (Topic Editor). 2007. Minimum viable population size. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Eds. Cutler J. Cleveland (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment)
  2. Brook, BW, DMJS Bowman, CJA Bradshaw. 2005. Mapping the future: spatial predictions of decadal-scale landscape change in northern Australia. In Zerger, A, RM Argent (eds) MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2005, pp. 1361-1367. ISBN: 0-9758400-2-9


  1. Bradshaw, CJA, B Page, M Tarran, A Scanlon, K Fielder, S Bourne, M Stevens, P Schulz, R Matthews, C Findlay, W White, C Leehane, B Conibear, T Rowley. 2022. Aerial culling feral fallow deer with shotguns improves efficiency and welfare outcomes. Invasive Species Unit, Department of Primary Industries and Regions, Government of South Australia, Adelaide. 25 p.
  2. Page, B, CJA Bradshaw, M Korcz, M Tarran. 2021. Eradication of Pigs on Kangaroo Island: Updated Predictions to Inform the Probability of Eradication. Biosecurity SA, Adelaide
  3. Bradshaw, CJA. 2018. Better Prospects for the Future of South Australia’s Biodiversity. State of the Environment Report 2018, Environment Protection Authority, Adelaide, South Australia.
  4. Huveneers, C, S Whitmarsh, M Thiele, C May, L Meyer, A Fox, CJA Bradshaw. 2018. Response of White Sharks Exposed to Newly Developed Personal Shark Deterrents. Flinders University. Report to the NSW Department of Primary Industries.
  5. Butler, CD, CJA Bradshaw, S Gillespie, F Guhl, AJ McMichael, SM Sulaiman, JA Trostle, J Utzinger, BA Wilcox, AL Willingham, GJ Yang, XN Zhou. 2013. Research Priorities for the Environment, Agriculture and Infectious Diseases of Poverty. Technical Report of the TDR Thematic Reference Group on Environment, Agriculture and Infectious Diseases of Poverty. World Health Organization (WHO) Technical Report Series No. 976, Rome, Italy. ISBN 9789241209762. 125 pp.
  6. Goldsworthy, SD, B Page, A Lowther, PD Shaughnessy, KP Peters, P Rogers, J McKenzie, CJA Bradshaw. 2009. Developing Population Monitoring Protocols to Determine the Abundance of Australian Sea Lions at Key Subpopulations in South Australia. Final Report to the Australian Centre for Applied Marine Mammal Science (ACAMMS), Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and Arts. South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) Aquatic Sciences Publication Number F2009/00161-1, Adelaide, Australia
  7. Bradshaw, CJA, VM Peddemors, RB McAuley, RG Harcourt. 2008. Population viability of Australian grey nurse sharks under fishing mitigation and climate change. Final report prepared for the Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. University of Adelaide, Adelaide. 36 pp
  8. Goldsworthy, SD, PD Shaughnessy, B Page, A Lowther, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Developing Population Monitoring Protocols for Australian Sea Lions: Enhancing Large and Small Colony Survey Design. Final Report to the Australian Centre for Applied Marine Mammal Science (ACAMMS), Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and Arts. South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) Aquatic Sciences Publication Number F2008/00063-1, Adelaide
  9. Hamel, MA, CJA Bradshaw, ST Garnett. 2008. Population viability analyses for the red goshawk (Erythrotriorchis radiatus) and partridge pigeon (Geophaps smithii smithii) on the Tiwi Islands. Report to Great Southern Plantations, Darwin. 31 pp
  10. Field, IC, R Charters, RC Buckworth, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Distribution and abundance of Glyphis and sawfishes in northern Australia and their potential interactions with commercial fisheries. Report prepared for the Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Charles Darwin University, Darwin. 44 pp
  11. Meekan, MG, CW Speed, S Planes, C McLean, CJA Bradshaw. 2008. Population monitoring for whale sharks (Rhincodon typus). Report prepared for the Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Townsville. 195 pp
  12. Beresford, J, CJA Bradshaw, R Cochard, G Perillo, C Shepard, B. Silliman, S Wells, A Rodrigues. 2008. Regulation of natural hazards by ecosystems. In: Balmford, A, A Rodrigues (Eds) The Economics of Biodiversity Loss: Scoping the Science. Cambridge, UK: University of Cambridge for the European Commission [contract ENV/070307/2007/486089/ETU/B2]
  13. Goldsworthy, SD, PD Shaughnessy, B Page, TE Dennis, RR McIntosh, D Hamer, KJ Peters, AMM Baylis, A Lowther, CJA Bradshaw. 2007. Developing Population Monitoring Protocols for Australian Sea Lions. Report to Department of Environment and Water Resources, South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) Aquatic Sciences Publication Number F2007/000554, Adelaide, Australia
  14. Field, IC, CJA Bradshaw, C Haynes, Editors. 2006. Feral Animals in Kakadu National Park: A Management Strategy for the Future. Report submitted to the Australian Department of Environment and Heritage, School for Environmental Research, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
  15. Griffiths, AD, J Dingle, CJA Bradshaw. 2005. A Management Program for the Agile Wallaby (Macropus agilis), East Point Reserve, Darwin. Charles Darwin University, Key Centre for Tropical Wildlife Management, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. 40 pp


  1. Bradshaw, CJA, MA Hindell. 2003. Fat explorers of the deep. Nature Australia 27: 34-43


  1. Pethybridge, H, P Nichols, B Zhang, P Virtue, L Meyers, Z Dhurmeea, L Marcus, J Ericson, N Hellessey, S Every, K Wheatley, C Parrish, P Eisenmann, A Baylis, CJA Bradshaw, S Bierwagen, J Young, L Couturier, C Rohner, J Groß, C Waugh, C Phleger, C Jackson, G Jackson, C Huveneers, S Bengtson Nash, M Brock, P Mansour. 2022. Fatty acid profiles of marine consumer from the Southern Hemisphere v1. CSIRO. ARDC Research Data Australia doi:10.25919/pdxr-cf66
  2. Riley, MJ, P Meagher, C Huveneers, J Leto, VM Peddemors, D Slip, J West, CJA Bradshaw. 2022. The Australian Shark-Incident Database for quantifying temporal and spatial patterns of shark-human conflict. Scientific Data 9: 378. doi:10.1038/s41597-022-01453-9
  3. Leroy, B, C Diagne, E Angulo, L Ballesteros-Mejia, T Adamjy, C Assailly, C Albert, L Andrews, P Balzani, A Kumar Banerjee, A Bang, A Bartlett, C Bernery, T Bodey, CJA Bradshaw, J Bufford, C Capinha, J Catford, R Cuthbert, C Abdou Khadre Mbacké Dia, R D. Dimarco, G Dobigny, V Duboscq, F Essl, J Fantle-Lepczyk, M Golivets, R Gozlan, PJ Haubrock, G Heringer, A Hoskins, E Hudgins, I Jarić, F Jourdain, N Kirichenko, M Kourantidou, A Kramer, B Leung, C Liu, E Lopez, E Manfrini, D Moodley, A Novoa, M Nuñez, L Nuninger, Z Pattison, D Renault, AE Rico-Sanchez, M Robuchon, D Roiz, J-M Salles, A Taheri, J Tambo, N Taylor, E Tricarico, A Turbelin, A-C Vaissière, L Verbrugge, Y Watari, W Welsh, W Xiong, F Courchamp. 2022. Global Costs of Biological Invasions: Living Figure.
  4. Peters, KJ, F Saltré, T Friedrich, Z Jacobs, R Wood, MC McDowell, S Ulm, CJA Bradshaw. 2019. FosSahul 2.0, an updated database for the Late Quaternary fossil records of SahulScientific Data 6:272. doi:10.1038/s41597-019-0267-3
  5. Rodríguez-Rey, M, S Herrando-Pérez, …, CJA Bradshaw. 2016. A comprehensive database of quality-rated fossil ages for Sahul’s Quaternary vertebrates. Scientific Data 3:160053. doi:10.1038/sdata.2016.53

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4 06 2020
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[…] to Professor Bradshaw’s published works are embedded here, his personal blog with a subscription option is Conservation […]


7 09 2018
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[…] interpretation of taxonomy based on the “biological species concept”. In fact, there is a peer-reviewed publication in press by a group of scientists disputing the opinions of Jackson et al. (2017) and demonstrating that the dingo is a separate and unique species of […]


31 12 2016
Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie: Australia, America, and the Environment | ARUN DAYANANDAN

[…] the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie: Australia, America, and the Environment, Corey J.A. Bradshaw and Paul R. Ehrlich. University of Chicago Press (2015). 235 pp. ISBN: 9780226316987, USD $22.50 […]


18 05 2015
Dawn of life |

[…] of the Late Quaternary, and mainly in the range of 100 thousand years ago to the present. We’ve started publishing a few things in this area, and I can confirm that they’ll be plenty more to come in the following months and years. […]


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