Brad Law
Brad Law
Department of Industry-Lands
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The use of habitat mosaics by terrestrial vertebrate fauna: implications for conservation and management
BS Law, CR Dickman
Biodiversity & Conservation 7 (3), 323-333, 1998
3801998
The disproportionate value of scattered trees
J Fischer, J Stott, BS Law
Biological Conservation 143 (6), 1564-1567, 2010
1652010
Bat communities in a fragmented forest landscape on the south-west slopes of New South Wales, Australia
BS Law, J Anderson, M Chidel
Biological Conservation 88 (3), 333-345, 1999
1651999
Flowering phenology of myrtaceous trees and their relation to climatic, environmental and disturbance variables in northern New South Wales
B Law, C Mackowski, L Schoer, T Tweedie
Austral Ecology 25 (2), 160-178, 2000
1472000
Bat activity on riparian zones and upper slopes in Australian timber production forests and the effectiveness of riparian buffers
A Lloyd, B Law, R Goldingay
Biological Conservation 129 (2), 207-220, 2006
1342006
Tracks and riparian zones facilitate the use of Australian regrowth forest by insectivorous bats
B Law, M Chidel
Journal of Applied Ecology 39 (4), 605-617, 2002
1292002
Tree decline and the future of Australian farmland biodiversity
J Fischer, A Zerger, P Gibbons, J Stott, BS Law
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (45), 19597-19602, 2010
1072010
Common blossom bats (Syconycteris australis) as pollinators in fragmented Australian tropical rainforest
BS Law, M Lean
Biological conservation 91 (2-3), 201-212, 1999
1071999
Sensitivity of insectivorous bats to urbanization: implications for suburban conservation planning
CG Threlfall, B Law, PB Banks
Biological Conservation 146 (1), 41-52, 2012
1062012
Vegetation structure influences the vertical stratification of open-and edge-space aerial-foraging bats in harvested forests
MD Adams, BS Law, KO French
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (9), 2090-2100, 2009
1002009
The use by wildlife of paddock trees in farmland
BS Law, M Chidel, G Turner
Pacific Conservation Biology 6 (2), 130-143, 2000
952000
Ecological processes in urban landscapes: mechanisms influencing the distribution and activity of insectivorous bats
C Threlfall, B Law, T Penman, PB Banks
Ecography 34 (5), 814-826, 2011
872011
Summer torpor in a free-ranging bat from subtropical Australia
C Turbill, BS Law, F Geiser
Journal of Thermal Biology 28 (3), 223-226, 2003
872003
Daily torpor and energetics in a tropical mammal, the northern blossom-bat Macroglossus minimus (Megachiroptera)
W Bartels, BS Law, F Geiser
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 168 (3), 233-239, 1998
871998
Roost preferences and foraging ranges of the eastern forest bat Vespadelus pumilus under two disturbance histories in northern New South Wales, Australia
BS Law, J Anderson
Austral Ecology 25 (4), 352-367, 2000
832000
The maintenance nitrogen requirements of the Queensland blossom bat (Syconycteris australis) on a sugar/pollen diet: is nitrogen a limiting resource?
BS Law
Physiological Zoology 65 (3), 634-648, 1992
811992
Reliable automation of bat call identification for eastern New South Wales, Australia, using classification trees and AnaScheme software
MD Adams, BS Law, MS Gibson
Acta Chiropterologica 12 (1), 231-245, 2010
772010
The threatened and non-threatened native vertebrate fauna of New South Wales: status and ecological attributes
D Lunney, AL Curtin, D Ayers, HG Cogger, CR Dickman, W Maitz, B Law, ...
Environmental and Heritage Monograph Series, 1-132, 2000
732000
Designing effective habitat studies: quantifying multiple sources of variability in bat activity
J Fischer, J Stott, BS Law, MD Adams, RI Forrester
Acta Chiropterologica 11 (1), 127-137, 2009
682009
Roosting and foraging ecology of the Queensland blossom bat (Syconycteris australis) in north-eastern New South Wales: flexibility in response to seasonal variation
BS Law
Wildlife Research 20 (4), 419-431, 1993
651993
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