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2011Fertility partially drives the relative success of two introduced bovines (Bubalus bubalis and Bos javanicus) in the Australian tropicsMcMahon, C.; Brook, B.; Bowman, D.; Williamson, G.; Bradshaw, C.
2011Spatial and temporal movement patterns of a multi-species coastal reef shark aggregationSpeed, C.; Meekan, M.; Field, I.; McMahon, C.; Stevens, J.; McGregor, F.; Huveneers, C.; Berger, Y.; Bradshaw, C.
2011Minimum viable population size: not magic, but necessaryBrook, B.; Bradshaw, C.; Traill, L.; Frankham, R.
2011Twenty Landmark Papers in Biodiversity ConservationBradshaw, C.; Sodhi, N.; Laurance, W.; Brook, B.; Pavlinov, I.
2011Similar life history traits in bull (Carcharhinus leucas) and pig-eye (C. amboinensis) sharksTillett, B.; Meekan, M.; Field, I.; Hua, Q.; Bradshaw, C.
2011Seaweed communities in retreat from ocean warmingWernberg-Moller, T.; Russell, B.; Thomsen, M.; Gurgel, C.; Bradshaw, C.; Poloczanska, E.; Connell, S.
2011Turning Pests into profits: Introduced buffalo provide multiple benefits to indigenous people of northern AustraliaCollier, N.; Austin, B.; Bradshaw, C.; McMahon, C.
2011Nautilus at risk - estimating population size and demography of Nautilus pompiliusDunstan, A.; Bradshaw, C.; Marshall, N.
2011Decoding fingerprints: elemental composition of vertebrae correlates to age-related habitat use in two morphologically similar sharksTillett, B.; Meekan, M.; Parry, D.; Munksgaard, N.; Field, I.; Thorburn, D.; Bradshaw, C.