Publications by: Mohammed Alamgir

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Campbell, Mason J., Edwards, Will, Magrach, Ainhoa, Laurance, Susan G., Alamgir, Mohammed, Porolak, Gabriel, and Laurance, William F. (2017) Forest edge disturbance increases rattan abundance in tropical rain forest fragments. Scientific Reports, 7. pp. 1-12.

Mahmoud, Mahmoud I., Sloan, Sean, Campbell, Mason, Alamgir, Mohammed, Imong, Inaoyom, Odigha, Odigha, Chapman, Hazel, Dunn, Andrew, and Laurance, William F. (2017) Alternative routes for a proposed Nigerian superhighway to limit damage to rare ecosystems and wildlife. Tropical Conservation Science, 10. pp. 1-10.

Campbell, Mason, Alamgir, Mohammed, and Laurance, William (2017) Roads to ruin: can we build roads that benefit people while not destroying nature? Australasian Science, 38 (2). pp. 40-41.

Campbell, Mason, Alamgir, Mohammed, and Laurance, William (2017) Optimising future tropical roads. Australian Wildlife, 1. pp. 26-29.

Laurance, William F., Campbell, Mason J., Alamgir, Mohammed, and Mahmoud, Mahmoud I. (2017) Road expansion and the fate of Africa's tropical forests. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5. pp. 1-7.

Alamgir, Mohammed, Campbell, Mason J., Turton, Stephen M., Pert, Petina L., Edwards, Will, and Laurance, William F. (2016) Degraded tropical rain forests possess valuable carbon storage opportunities in a complex, forested landscape. Scientific Reports, 6. pp. 1-10.

Alamgir, Mohammed, Turton, Stephen M., Macgregor, Colin J., and Pert, Petina L. (2016) Assessing regulating and provisioning ecosystem services in a contrasting tropical forest landscape. Ecological Indicators, 64. pp. 319-334.

Alamgir, Mohammed (2016) Ecosystem services across contrasting forested landscapes in Queensland's Wet Tropics Bioregion: contemporary patterns, processes and likely future trends under a changing climate. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Campbell, Mason J., Palma Gartner, Ana C., Alamgir, Mohammed, and Paz, Claudia (2016) Down but not out: human-disturbed tropical rainforest. Australian Wildlife , 4. pp. 17-20.

Alamgir, Mohammed, Turton, Stephen M., Macgregor, Colin J., and Pert, Petina L. (2016) Ecosystem services capacity across heterogeneous forest types: understanding the interactions and suggesting pathways for sustaining multiple ecosystem services. Science of the Total Environment, 566-567. pp. 584-595.

Sohel, Shawkat Islam, Alamgir, Mohammed, Akhter, Sayma, and Rahman, Mizanur (2015) Carbon storage in a bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) plantation in the degraded tropical forests: implications for policy development. Land Use Policy, 49. pp. 142-151.

Alamgir, Mohammed, Mulkul, Sharif Ahmed, and Turton, Stephen M. (2015) Modelling spatial distribution of critically endangered Asian elephant and Hoolock gibbon in Bangladesh forest ecosystems under a changing climate. Applied Geography, 60. pp. 10-19.

Turton, Stephen M., and Alamgir, Mohammed (2015) Ecological effects of strong winds on forests. In: Peh, Kelvin S-H., Corlett, Richard T., and Bergeron, Yves, (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Forest Ecology. Routledge Handbooks . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 127-140.

Alamgir, Mohammed, Pert, Petina L., and Turton, Stephen M. (2014) A review of ecosystem services research in Australia reveals a gap in integrating climate change and impacts on ecosystem services. The International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystems Services & Management, 10 (2). pp. 112-127.

Alamgir, Mohammed, and Turton, Stephen M. (2014) Climate change and organic carbon storage in Bangladesh forests. In: Tuteja, Narenda, and Gill, Sarvajeet S., (eds.) Climate Change and Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance. Wiley-Blackwell, Weinheim, Germany, pp. 881-902.

Alamgir, Mohammed, Pretzsch, Jürgen, and Turton, Stephen M. (2014) Climate change effects on community forests: finding through user's lens and local knowledge. Small-Scale Forestry, 13 (4). pp. 445-460.

Hilbert, David W., Hill, Rosemary, Moran, Catherine, Turton, Stephen M., Bohnet, Iris C., Marshall, Nadine A., Pert, Petina L., Stoeckl, Natalie, Murphy, Helen T., Reside, April E., Laurance, Susan G.W., Alamgir, Mohammed, Coles, Rob, Crowley, Gabriel, Curnock, Matt, Dale, Allan, Duke, Norman C., Esparon, Michelle, Farr, Marina, Gillet, Sarah, Gooch, Margaret, Fuentes, Mariana, Hamann, Mark, James, Cassandra S., Kroon, Frederieke J., Larson, Silva, Lyons, Pethie, Marsh, Helene, Meyer Steiger, Dagmar, Sheaves, Marcus, and Westcott, David (2014) Climate change issues and impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM cluster region. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Alamgir, Mohammed, Salas, Edison M., Turton, Stephen M., and Pert, Petina L. (2014) Ecosystem services: adaptation pathways and opportunities. In: Moran, Catherine, Turton, Stephen M., and Hill, Rosemary, (eds.) Adaptation Pathways and Opportunities for the Wet Tropics NRM Cluster Region: volume 1: introduction, biodiversity and ecosystem services. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia, pp. 75-101.

Hilbert, David W., Hill, Rosemary, Moran, Catherine, Turton, Steve M., Bohnet, Iris C., Marshall, Nadine A., Pert, Petina L., Stoeckl, Natalie, Murphy, Helen T., Reside, April E., Laurance, Susan G.W., Alamgir, Mohammed, Coles, Rob, Crowley, Gabriel, Curnock, Matthew, Dale, Allan, Duke, Norman C., Esparon, Michelle, Farr, Marina, Gillet, Sarah, Gooch, Margaret, Fuentes, Marianna, Hamann, Mark, James, Cassandra S., Kroon, Frederieke J., Larson, Silva, Lyons, Pethie, Marsh, Helene, Meyer Steiger, Dagmar, Sheaves, Marcus, and Westcott, David A. (2014) Key messages extracted from the Synthesis of Climate Change Issues and Impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM Cluster Region. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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