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Cross S.L, Tomlinson S., Craig M.D and Bateman P.W. (2020). The Time Local Convex Hull (T-LoCoH) 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 67, 27-37.
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