Publications by: Jean-Marc Hero

Also publishes as (J.-M. Hero)

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Van Sluys, M., Kriger, K.M., Phillott, A.D., Campbell, R., Skerratt, L.F., and Hero, J.-M. (2008) Storage of samples at high temperatures reduces the amount of amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis DNA detectable by PCR assay. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 81 (2). pp. 93-97.

Shoo, Luke, Williams, Stephen E., and Hero, Jean-Marc (2006) Predicting and detecting impacts of climate change on montane rainforest birds in the Australian Wet Tropics. In: Price, Martin, (ed.) Global change in mountain regions. Sapiens Publishing, Perth, UK, p. 205.

Hero, Jean-Marc, Williams, Stephen E., and Magnusson, William E. (2005) Ecological traits of declining amphibians in upland areas of eastern Australia. Journal of Zoology, 267 (3). pp. 221-232.

Shoo, Luke P., Williams, Stephen E., and Hero, Jean-Marc (2005) Climate warming and the rainforest birds of the Australian Wet Tropics: using abundance data as a sensitive predictor of change in total population size. Biological Conservation, 125 (3). pp. 335-343.

Rachowicz, Lara J., Hero, Jean-Marc, Alford, Ross A., Taylor, John W., Morgan, Jess A.T., Vredenburg, Vance T., Collins, James P., and Briggs, Cheryl J. (2005) The novel and endemic pathogen hypotheses: competing explanations for the origin of emerging infectious diseases of wildlife. Conservation Biology, 19 (5). pp. 1441-1448.

Shoo, Luke P., Williams, Stephen E., and Hero, Jean-Marc (2005) Potential decoupling of trends in distribution area and population size of species with climate change. Global Change Biology, 11 (9). pp. 1469-1476.

Kutt, A.S, Kemp, J.E., McDonald, K.R., Williams, Y., Williams, S.E., Hines, H.B., Hero, J-M, and Torr, G. (2005) Vertebrate fauna survey of White Mountains National Park in the Desert Uplands Bioregion, central-north Queensland. Australian Zoologist, 33 (1). pp. 17-28.

Williams, Stephen E., and Hero, Jean-Marc (1998) Rainforest frogs of the Australian Wet Tropics: guild classification and the ecological similarity of declining species. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 265 (1396). pp. 597-602.

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