Google Scholar – Sophie L Cross

Cross SL, Craig MD, Tomlinson S, Dixon KW, Bateman PW. (2020). Using monitors to monitor ecological restoration: presence may not indicate persistence. Austral Ecology. [In Press].

Cross SL, Tomlinson S, Craig MD, Bateman PW. (2020). Time Local Convex Hull method as a tool for assessing responses of fauna to habitat restoration: a case study using the perentie (Varanus giganteus : Reptilia : Varanidae). Australian Journal of Zoology. Online Early. doi: 10.1071/ZO19040

Cross SL, Craig MD, Tomlinson S, Bateman PW. (2019). I don’t like crickets, I love them. Invertebrates are an important prey source for varanid lizards. Journal of Zoology. Online Early. doi: 10.1111/jzo.12750

Cross SL, Bateman PW, Cross AT (2019). Restoration goals: why are fauna overlooked in the process of recovering functioning ecosystems and what can be done about it? Ecological Management and Restoration. Online Early. doi: 10.1111/emr.12393

Cross SL, Tomlinson S, Craig MD, Dixon KW, Bateman PW (2019). Overlooked and undervalued: the neglected role of fauna and a global bias in ecological restoration assessments. Pacific Conservation Biology. Online Early. doi: 10.1071/PC18079

Cross SL, Cross AT, Merritt DJ, Dixon KW, Andersen AN (2016). Biodiversity responses to patch size and vegetation quality: ant communities in a peri-urban coastal dune system. Journal of Insect Conservation 20:485-495. doi: 10.1007/s10841-016-9881-y

Cross AT, Myers C, Mitchell CNA, Cross SL, Jackson C, Waina R, Mucina L, Dixon KW, Andersen AN (2016). Ant biodiversity and its environmental predictors in the North Kimberley region of Australia’s seasonal tropics. Biodiversity and Conservation 25:1727-1759. doi: 10.1007/s10531-016-1154-2

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