Metrics of progress in the understanding and management of threats to Australian birds
ST Garnett, SHM Butchart, GB Baker, E Bayraktarov, KL Buchanan, AA Burbidge, ALM Chauvenet, L Christidis, G Ehmke, M Grace, DG Hoccom, SM Legge, I Leiper, DB Lindenmayer, RH Loyn, M Maron, P McDonald, P Menkhorst, HP Possingham, J Radford Show all
Conservation Biology | WILEY | Published : 2019
We are grateful to all those who provided input into the assessment of threats and progress, including D. Bain, L. Baker, D. Baker-Gabb, P. Bell, A. Black, L. Bluff, H. Bower, A. Briggs, P. Buosi, T. Burnard, H. Campbell, N. Carlile, M. Christian, R. Clarke, S. Comer, A. Desmond, N. Dunlop, D. Egan, H. Ford, D. Geering, I. Gynther, J, Hardy, R. Heinsohn, M. Herring, B. Hill, F. Hill, R. Hill, M. Holdsworth, W. Houston, V. Hurley, R. Johnstone, M. Mathieson, P. Mawson, S. Murphy, M. Newman, L. Ortiz, C. Pavey, M. Pickett, D. Portelli, I. Radford, K. Ravich, M. Read, J. Schoenjahn, R. Seaton, J. Smith, J. Sommerfeld, D. Stewart, C. Surman, M. Todd, T. Vale, E. Vanderduys, T. Vigilante, S. Ward, M. Weston, and E. Woehler. We also thank the many managers who have been successfully applying management principles to Australian birds over many decades. This project was partially funded by the National Environment Science Program's Threatened Species Recovery Hub and Charles Darwin University.