Presentations

 

  1. Greenville, A.C., Wardle, G.M. and Dickman, C.R. (2014). The web of arid life: biotic and abiotic interactions in a changing world. Postgraduate Excellence Prize, School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney.
  2. Greenville, A.C., Wardle, G.M. and Dickman, C.R. (2014). The web of arid life: biotic and abiotic interactions in a changing world. Ecological Society of Australia, Alice Springs.
  3. Wardle, G.M, Dickman, C.R., Greenville, A.C. and Nguyen, V. (2014). Watching the grass grow: long-term dynamics of spinifex cover and biomass. Ecological Society of Australia, Alice Springs.
  4. Nguyen, V, Greenville, A.C., Dickman, C.R. and Wardle, G.M. (2014). Time series analyses of spinifex cover using multivariate state-space models. Ecological Society of Australia, Alice Springs.
  5. Kwok, A., Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M. and Greenville, A.C. (2014). Patterns of invertebrate abundance over 7 years of sampling in central Australia.  Ecological Society of Australia, Alice Springs.
  6. Phinn, S., Scarth, P., Wardle, G.M., Greenville, A.C., Dickman, C.R. (2014). Linking long-term field survey and satellite measurements of vegetation structure to understanding Australian ecosystem dynamics. Ecological Society of Australia, Alice Springs.
  7. Greenville, A.C., Wardle, G.M., Nguyen V. and Dickman, C.R. (2013). Spatial and temporal synchrony in mammal populations: the role of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. EcoTas, Auckland.
  8. Greenville, A.C., Wardle, G.M., Tamayo, B. and Dickman, C.R. (2013). Bottom-up processes drive interactions between mammalian predators in central Australia. Australian Mammal Society , Sydney.
  9. Greenville, A.C., Wardle, G.M. and Dickman, C.R. (2012). Extreme climatic events drive mammal irruptions: 100-year trends in desert rainfall and temperature. Ecological Society of Australia, Melbourne.
  10. Greenville, A.C., Wardle, G.M., Tamayo, B. and Dickman, C.R. (2012). Bottom-up processes drive interactions between mammalian predators in central Australia. Camera Trapping Colloquium , Sydney.
  11. Greenville, A. C., R. Dickman Christopher, B. Tamayo, and G. M. Wardle. (2010). Nights, camera, action: partitioning of activity time by sympatric carnivores. Ecological Society of Australia, Canberra.
  12. Greenville, A.C., Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M. and Tamayo, B. (2009). A unique Australian desert: some insights from 19 years of research. ICAB, Gobabeb Research and Training Station, Namibia.
  13. Greenville, A.C, Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., and Letnic, M. (2008). The fire history of a hummock grassland: the influence of antecedent rainfall and ENSO. Ecological Society of Australia, Sydney.
  14. Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Greenville, A.C. and Tamayo, B. (2008). Rainfall, fire and ferals: conservation and management of biota in the Simpson Desert. Bush Heritage Australia, Melbourne.
  15. Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Tamayo, B. and Greenville, A.C. (2008). Responses of small mammals to wildfire in spinifex grasslands in central Australia. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Australia, Sydney.
  16. Tamayo, B., Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., and Greenville, A.C. (2008). Regional versus local variability of rainfall in central Australia. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Australia, Sydney.
  17. Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Tamayo, B. and Greenville, A.C. (2008). Desertification in the grasslands of central Australia: effects of fire and climate change. Drylands, Deserts, and Desertification conference, Sede Boqer, Israel.
  18. Wardle, G., Greenville, A., Dickman, C. and Tamayo, B. (2008). Fire management plan for Ethabuka and Cravens Peak Bush Heritage Australia Reserves 2008‑2012. Institute of Wildlife Research, University of Sydney, Sydney.
  19. Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Greenville, A.C. and Tamayo, B. (2007). Australia’s beleaguered desert fauna. Royal Botanic Gardens.
  20. Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Tamayo, B. and Greenville, A.C. (2007). Population and community dynamics of small mammals in arid central Australia: a 17-year study. American Society of Mammalogists, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  21. Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Greenville, A.C. and Tamayo, B. (2007). Boom and bust: the impact of rainfall and wildfire in the Simpson Desert. Australian Plants Society, Lane Cove.
  22. Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Tamayo, B. and Greenville, A.C. (2007). Population and community dynamics of Australian desert mammals. Linnean Society of New South Wales.
  23. Wardle, G.M, Dickman, C.R, Greenville, A. and Tamayo, B. (2006). Making a point with spinifex. Ecological Society of Australia. Wellington, New Zealand.
  24. Wardle, G.M, Dickman, C.R, Greenville, A. and Tamayo, B. (2005). How low can you go? Plant diversity remains low after a large wild fire in the arid zone. INTECOL, Montreal, Canada.
  25. Wardle, G.M, Dickman, C.R, Greenville, A. and Tamayo, B. (2005). Fire, drought and finally the rain: plant and seed responses in the Simpson Desert. “Waterless habitat loss” symposium. Ecological Society of Australia, Brisbane, Qld.
  26. Wardle, G.M, Dickman CR, Greenville, A. and Tamayo, B. (2004) How low can you go? Plant diversity remains low after a large wild fire in the arid zone. P.114 Ecological Society of Australia. Adelaide.
  27. Read, J., Carter, J., Greenville, A. and Moseby, K. (2004). Implications of rabbit control and subsequent re-introduction of greater bilbies and burrowing bettongs for burrow-dwelling native fauna. Ecological Society of Australia. Adelaide.
  28. Greenville, A.C. (2000). Some like it soft: Microhabitat use of Lerista labialis in the Simpson Deesert, Qld. Royal Zoological Society of N.S.W, Sydney.

 

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