Publications by: Carla P. Catterall

Also publishes as (Carla Catterall, C.P. Catterall)

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Maron, Martine, Laurance, Bill, Pressey, Bob, Catterall, Carla P., McAlpine, Clive, Possingham, Hugh, Watson, James, Rhodes, Jonathan, Wilson, Kerrie, and Hockings, Marc (2016) Queensland land clearing is undermining Australia's environmental progress. The Conversation, 22 February 2016. pp. 1-4.

Maron, Martine, Laurance, Bill, Pressey, Bob, Catterall, Carla P., Watson, James, and Rhodes, Jonathan (2015) Land clearing in Queensland triples after policy ping pong. The Conversation, 18 March 2015. pp. 1-4.

Carmody, Julie, Murphy, Helen, Hill, Ro, Catterall, Carla, Goosem, Stephen, Dale, Allan, Westcott, David, Wellbergen, Justin, Shoo, Luke, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Esparon, Michelle (2015) The importance of protecting and conserving the Wet Tropics: a synthesis of NERP Tropical Ecosystems Hub Tropical Rainforest research outputs 2011-2014. Report to the National Environmental Research Program. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Shoo, Luke P., Wilson, Rohan, Williams, Yvette M., and Catterall, Carla P. (2014) Putting it back: woody debris in young restoration plantings to stimulate return of reptiles. Ecological Management and Restoration, 15 (1). pp. 84-87.

Moran, Cath, and Catterall, Carla P. (2014) Responses of seed-dispersing birds to amount of rainforest in the landscape around fragments. Conservation Biology, 28 (2). pp. 551-560.

Moran, Catherine, and Catterall, Carla (2014) Seed dispersing birds respond to local rainforest cover: consequences for seed fate. In: Abstracts from the 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation. From: ATBC 2014: 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, 20-24 July 2014, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Moran, Cath, and Catterall, Carla P. (2010) Can functional traits predict ecological interactions? A case study using rain forest frugivores and plants in Australia. Biotropica, 42 (3). pp. 318-326.

Moran, Cath, Catterall, Carla P., and Kanowski, John (2009) Reduced dispersal of native plant species as a consequence of the reduced abundance of frugivore species in fragmented rainforest. Biological Conservation, 142 (3). pp. 541-552.

Grimbacher, Peter S., Catterall, Carla P., and Stork, Nigel E. (2008) Do edge effects increase the susceptibility of rainforest fragments to structural damage resulting from a severe tropical cyclone? Austral Ecology, 33 (4). pp. 525-531.

Moran, C., Catterall, C.P., Green, R.J., and Olsen, M.F. (2004) Functional variation among frugivorous birds: implications for rainforest seed dispersal in a fragmented subtropical landscape. Oecologia, 141 (4). pp. 584-595.

Moran, C., Catterall, C.P., Green, R.J., and Olsen, M.F. (2004) Fates of feathered fruit-eaters in fragmented forests. In: Lunney, Daniel, (ed.) Conservation of Australia's Forest Fauna. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman, NSW, Australia, pp. 699-712.

Congdon, Bradley C., and Catterall, Carla P. (1994) Factors influencing the eastern curlews distribution and choice of foraging sites among tidal flats of Moreton Bay, South-east Queensland. Wildlife Research, 21 (5). pp. 507-518.

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