Lochran W. Traill
Lochran W. Traill
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Minimum viable population size: a meta-analysis of 30 years of published estimates
LW Traill, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook
Biological conservation 139 (1-2), 159-166, 2007
Pragmatic population viability targets in a rapidly changing world
LW Traill, BW Brook, RR Frankham, CJA Bradshaw
Biological Conservation 143 (1), 28-34, 2010
Minimum viable population sizes and global extinction risk are unrelated
BW Brook, LW Traill, CJA Bradshaw
Ecology letters 9 (4), 375-382, 2006
Mechanisms driving change: altered species interactions and ecosystem function through global warming
LW Traill, MLM Lim, NS Sodhi, CJA Bradshaw
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (5), 937-947, 2010
Managing for change: wetland transitions under sea‐level rise and outcomes for threatened species
LW Traill, K Perhans, CE Lovelock, A Prohaska, S McFallan, JR Rhodes, ...
Diversity and distributions 17 (6), 1225-1233, 2011
Sex‐specific demography and generalization of the Trivers–Willard theory
S Schindler, JM Gaillard, A Grüning, P Neuhaus, LW Traill, S Tuljapurkar, ...
Nature 526 (7572), 249-252, 2015
Demography, not inheritance, drives phenotypic change in hunted bighorn sheep
LW Traill, S Schindler, T Coulson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (36), 13223-13228, 2014
A presence-only habitat suitability model for large grazing African ungulates and its utility for wildlife management.
LW Traill, RC Bigalke
African Journal of Ecology 45 (3), 2007
50/500 rule and minimum viable populations: response to Jamieson and Allendorf
R Frankham, BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw, LW Traill, D Spielman
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (4), 187-188, 2013
Minimum viable population size: not magic, but necessary
BW Brook, CJA Bradshaw, LW Traill, R Frankham
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (12), 619-620, 2011
Seasonal utilization of habitat by large grazing herbivores in semi-arid Zimbabwe
LW Traill
South African Journal of Wildlife Research-24-month delayed open access 34 …, 2004
Wetland conservation and sustainable use under global change: a tropical Australian case study using magpie geese
LW Traill, CJA Bradshaw, S Delean, BW Brook
Ecography 33 (5), 818-825, 2010
Moving beyond the conceptual: specificity in regional climate change adaptation actions for biodiversity in South East Queensland, Australia
LP Shoo, J O’Mara, K Perhans, JR Rhodes, RK Runting, S Schmidt, ...
Regional environmental change 14, 435-447, 2014
Predicting the evolutionary consequences of trophy hunting on a quantitative trait
T Coulson, S Schindler, L Traill, BE Kendall
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (1), 46-56, 2018
Trophy hunting certification
TC Wanger, LW Traill, R Cooney, JR Rhodes, T Tscharntke
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (12), 1791-1793, 2017
Space use patterns of a large mammalian herbivore distinguished by activity state: fear versus food?
N Owen‐Smith, LW Traill
Journal of Zoology 303 (4), 281-290, 2017
Lion proximity, not moon phase, affects the nocturnal movement behaviour of zebra and wildebeest
LW Traill, J Martin, N Owen‐Smith
Journal of Zoology 299 (3), 221-227, 2016
Climate change enhances the potential impact of infectious disease and harvest on tropical waterfowl
LW Traill, CJA Bradshaw, HE Field, BW Brook
Biotropica 41 (4), 414-423, 2009
Satellite telemetry and seasonal movements of Magpie Geese (Anseranas semipalmata) in tropical northern Australia
LW Traill, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook
Emu-Austral Ornithology 110 (2), 160-164, 2010
How will climate change affect plant—herbivore interactions? A tropical waterbird case study
LW Traill, PJ Whitehead, BW Brook
Emu-Austral Ornithology 109 (2), 126-134, 2009
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