Matthew Swan
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Predicting faunal fire responses in heterogeneous landscapes: the role of habitat structure
M Swan, F Christie, H Sitters, A York, J Di Stefano
Ecological Applications 25 (8), 2293-2305, 2015
Bird functional diversity decreases with time since disturbance: Does patchy prescribed fire enhance ecosystem function?
H Sitters, J Di Stefano, F Christie, M Swan, A York
Ecological Applications 26 (1), 115-127, 2016
Avian responses to the diversity and configuration of fire age classes and vegetation types across a rainfall gradient
H Sitters, FJ Christie, J Di Stefano, M Swan, T Penman, PC Collins, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 13-20, 2014
Habitat selection by the swamp wallaby (Wallabia bicolor) in relation to diel period, food and shelter
J Di Stefano, A York, M Swan, A Greenfield, G Coulson
Austral Ecology 34 (2), 143-155, 2009
Detecting mammals in heterogeneous landscapes: implications for biodiversity monitoring and management
M Swan, J Di Stefano, F Christie, E Steel, A York
Biodiversity and Conservation 23, 343-355, 2014
Wildfire in wet sclerophyll forests: the interplay between disturbances and fuel dynamics
JG Cawson, TJ Duff, MH Swan, TD Penman
Ecosphere 9 (5), e02211, 2018
Fire Regimes and Environmental Gradients Shape Bird, Mammal and Plant Distributions in Temperate Forests
LT Kelly, A Haslem, GJ Holland, SWJ Leonard, J MacHunter, M Bassett, ...
The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 98 (3), 227-230, 2017
Fire regimes and environmental gradients shape vertebrate and plant distributions in temperate eucalypt forests
LT Kelly, A Haslem, GJ Holland, SWJ Leonard, J MacHunter, M Bassett, ...
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01781, 2017
Associations between occupancy and habitat structure can predict avian responses to disturbance: Implications for conservation management
H Sitters, F Christie, J Di Stefano, M Swan, P Collins, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 331, 227-236, 2014
Opposing Responses of Bird Functional Diversity to Vegetation Structural Diversity in Wet and Dry Forest
H Sitters, A York, M Swan, F Christie, J Di Stefano
PLOS ONE 11 (10), e0164917, 2016
Contrasting responses of small mammals to fire and topographic refugia
M Swan, C Galindez‐Silva, F Christie, A York, J Di Stefano
Austral Ecology 41 (4), 437-445, 2016
Resource heterogeneity influences home range area in the swamp wallaby Wallabia bicolor
J Di Stefano, G Coulson, A Greenfield, M Swan
Ecography 34 (3), 469-479, 2011
Mammal functional diversity increases with vegetation structural complexity in two forest types
HT Sukma, J Di Stefano, M Swan, H Sitters
Forest Ecology and Management 433, 85-92, 2019
Fire planning for multispecies conservation: Integrating growth stage and fire severity
M Swan, H Sitters, J Cawson, T Duff, Y Wibisono, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 415, 85-97, 2018
Fine-scale habitat selection by adult female swamp wallabies (Wallabia bicolor)
M Swan, J Di Stefano, A Greenfield, G Coulson
Australian Journal of Zoology 56 (5), 305-309, 2009
Habitat use at fire edges: does animal activity follow temporal patterns of habitat change?
K Parkins, A Scott, J Di Stefano, M Swan, H Sitters, A York
Forest Ecology and management 451, 117343, 2019
Complex habitat drives mammal communities in a flammable landscape
A Dorph, M Swan, E Rochelmeyer, J Di Stefano
Forest ecology and management 462, 117979, 2020
Comparing the effectiveness of two types of camera trap for surveying ground-dwelling mammals
M Swan, J Di Stefano, F Christie
Camera Trapping Wildlife Management and Research; Meek, P., Fleming, P …, 2014
Ground‐dwelling mammal diversity responds positively to productivity and habitat heterogeneity in a fire‐prone region
M Swan, F Christie, E Steel, H Sitters, A York, J Di Stefano
Ecosphere 11 (9), e03248, 2020
Relating mammal species richness to landscape patterns across multiple spatial scales
A Dorph, M Swan, J Di Stefano, TD Penman
Landscape Ecology 36, 1003-1022, 2021
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