Chris Jones
Chris Jones
Arthur Rylah Institute
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The value of virtual conferencing for ecology and conservation
H Fraser, K Soanes, SA Jones, CS Jones, M Malishev
Conservation Biology 31 (3), 540-546, 2017
Empirically validating a dense woody regrowth ‘problem’and thinning ‘solution’for understory vegetation
CS Jones, DH Duncan, L Rumpff, FM Thomas, WK Morris, PA Vesk
Forest Ecology and Management 340, 153-162, 2015
Livestock grazing effects on riparian bird breeding behaviour in agricultural landscapes
BD Hansen, HS Fraser, CS Jones
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 270, 93-102, 2019
The Developmental Pattern of Shoot Apices in Selaginella kraussiana (Kunze) A. Braun
CS Jones, AN Drinnan
International journal of plant sciences 170 (8), 1009-1018, 2009
Installing chainsaw‐carved hollows in medium‐sized live trees increases rates of visitation by hollow‐dependent fauna
SR Griffiths, K Semmens, SJ Watson, CS Jones
Restoration Ecology 28 (5), 1225-1236, 2020
Spout hollow nest boxes provide a drier and less stable microclimate than natural hollows
C Strain, CS Jones, SR Griffiths, RH Clarke
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (6), e416, 2021
Responses of grasses to experimental submergence in summer: implications for the management of unseasonal flows in regulated rivers
LM Vivian, J Greet, CS Jones
Aquatic Ecology 54 (4), 985-999, 2020
Native riparian plant species dominate the soil seedbank of in-channel geomorphic features of a regulated river
M Pereira, J Greet, CS Jones
Environmental Management 67 (4), 589-599, 2021
Victorian Environmental Flows Monitoring and Assessment Program: Stage 6 Synthesis Report 2016-2020
Z Tonkin, C Jones, P Clunie, L Vivian, F Amtstaetter, M Jones, W Koster, ...
Department of Environment, Land Water and Planning, 2020
C Jones, P Vesk
Vegetation of Australian Riverine Landscapes, 307-323, 2016
Permanent removal of livestock grazing in riparian systems benefits native vegetation
CS Jones, DH Duncan, L Rumpff, D Robinson, PA Vesk
Global Ecology and Conservation 33, e01959, 2022
Warmer water temperatures exacerbate the negative impacts of inundation on herbaceous riparian plants
AC Main, J Greet, LM Vivian, CS Jones
Freshwater Biology 67 (7), 1162-1173, 2022
The influence of meal size on the digestive energetics of Gould’s wattled bat, Chalinolobus gouldii
MJ Walker, SR Griffiths, CS Jones, KA Robert
Australian Journal of Zoology 67 (6), 331-338, 2020
Chainsaw hollows carved into live trees provide well insulated supplementary shelters for wildlife during extreme heat
SR Griffiths, KA Robert, CS Jones
Wildlife Research 49 (7), 596-609, 2022
A structured approach for building multi-community state-and-transition models to support conservation planning
MK Good, L Rumpff, HS Fraser, E Gould, C Jones, SM Prober, M Bourne, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2023
Riparian and terrestrial grasses display unexpected tolerance to cool-season inundation
V Kitanović, J Greet, SA McKendrick, CS Jones
Wetlands Ecology and Management 31 (4), 551-564, 2023
What state of the world are we in? Targeted monitoring to detect transitions in vegetation restoration projects
CS Jones, FM Thomas, DR Michael, H Fraser, E Gould, J Begley, ...
Ecological Applications 33 (1), e2728, 2023
Using data calibration to reconcile outputs from different survey methods in long-term or large-scale studies
CS Jones, DH Duncan, WK Morris, D Robinson, PA Vesk
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 194 (3), 185, 2022
Regular intervention monitoring providing valuable insights into vegetation responses to environmental flows on rivers
CS Jones, FM Thomas
Australian Stream Management Conference, 1-9, 2018
Historical data for ecological monitoring and management evaluation, some practical experiences
PA Vesk, DH Duncan, CS Jones, WK Morris, MA McCarthy
Book of abstracts, 142, 2014
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