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Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications

2017

  • Linley, G. D., Moseby, K. E. and Paton, D. C. (2017) Vegetation damage caused by high densities of burrowing bettongs (Bettongia lesueur) at Arid Recovery. Australian Mammalogy 39(1) 33-41.
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  • Mills, C. H., Gordon, C. E. and Letnic, M. (2017) Rewilded mammal assemblages reveal the missing ecological functions of granivores. Functional Ecology,
    https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12950
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  • West, R., Letnic, M., Blumstein, D. T. and Moseby, K. E. (2017) Predator exposure improves anti-predator responses in a threatened mammal. Journal of Applied Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12947

2016

  • Bannister, H.L., Lynch, C.E., Moseby, K.E. (2016) Predator swamping and supplementary feeding do not improve reintroduction success for a threatened Australian mammal, Bettongia lesueur. Australian Mammalogy, http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AM15020
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  • Pedler, R.D. and Lynch, C.E. (2016) An unprecedented irruption and breeding of Flock Bronzewings Phaps histrionica in central South Australia. Australian Field Ornithology, 33, 1-13.
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  • Pedler, R.D., Brandle, R., Read, J.L., Southgate, R., Bird, P., and Moseby, K.E. (2016) Rabbit biocontrol and landscape-scale recovery of threatened desert mammals. Conservation Biology, 30(4), 774-782.
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2015

  • Clarke, L. J., Weyrich, L. S. and Cooper, A. (2015) Reintroduction of locally extinct vertebrates impacts arid soil fungal communities. Molecular Ecology, 24, 3194-3205.
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  • Moseby, K.E., Carthey, A. and Schroeder, T. (2015) The influence of predators and prey naivety on reintroduction success; current and future directions. Pp 29-42 In Advances in Reintroduction Biology of Australian and New Zealand Fauna. (Eds. Armstrong, D. P., Hayward, M.W., Moro, D. and Seddon, P.J.), CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.
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  • Newsome, T.M, Ballard G, Crowther, M.S., Dellinger, J.A., Fleming, P.J.S., Glen, A.S., Greenvolle, A.C., Johnson, C.N., Letnic, M., Moseby, K.E., Nimmo, D.G., Nelson, M.P., Read, J.L., Ripple, W.J., Ritchie, E.G., Shores, C.R., Wallach, A.D., Wirsing A.J. and Dickman, C.R. (2015) Resolving the value of the dingo in ecological restoration. Restoration Ecology, 23, 201-208.
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  • Read, J.L., and Scoleri, V. (2015). Ecological implications of reptile mesopredator release in arid South Australia. Journal of Herpetology, 49, 64-69.
  • Schroeder, T., Lewis, M. M., Kilpatrick, A. D. and Moseby K. A. (2015) Dingo interactions with exotic mesopredators: spatiotemporal dynamics in an Australian arid-zone study. Wildlife Research, 42, 529-539.
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2014 

  • McGregor, H.M. and Moseby, K.E. (2014). Improved technique for capturing the Greater Bilby Macrotis lagotis using burrow cage traps. Australian Mammalogy, 36, 259-260.
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  • Moseby KE, Hill BM, Lavery TH (2014) Tailoring Release Protocols to Individual Species and Sites: One Size Does Not Fit All. PLoS ONE 9(6): e99753. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099753
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2012

  • Moseby, K.E., Cameron, A. and Crisp, H. (2012) Can predator avoidance training improve reintroduction outcomes for the greater bilby in arid Australia? Animal Behaviour, 83, 1011-1021
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  • Moseby, K.E., Neilly, H., Read, J. L. and Crisp, H.A. (2012) Interactions between a top order predator and exotic mesopredators. International Journal of Ecology Article ID 250352, doi:10.1155/2012/250352. 
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  • Read, J.L., Kovac, K.J., Brook, B.W. and Fordham, D.A. (2012) Booming during a bust: Asynchronous population responses of arid zone lizards to climatic variables. Acta Oecologica, 40, 51-61.
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2011

  • James, A.I., Elridge, D.J., Koen T.B., and Moseby, K.E. (2011) Can the invasive European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) assume the soil engineering role of locally-extinct natives? Biol Invasions, DOI 10.1007/s10530-011-9987-9.
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  • Kilpatrick, A.D., Warren-Smith, S.C., Read, J.L., Lewis, M.M., Ostendorf, B. (2011). Cross-fence comparisons: theory for spatially comprehensive, controlled variable assessment of treatment effects in managed landscapes. Ecol Informatics. 6, 170-176. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoinf.2010.10.001 
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  • Moseby, K. E. and Hill, B. M. (2011) The use of poison baits to control feral cats and red foxes in arid South Australia I. Aerial baiting trials. Wildlife Research, 38, 338–349.
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  • Moseby, K. E., Read, J.L Galbraith, B., Munro, N., Newport, J., and Hill, B. M. (2011) The use of poison baits to control feral cats and red foxes in arid South Australia II. Bait type, placement, lures and non-target uptake. Wildlife Research, 38, 350–358.
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  • Moseby, K.E., Read, J.L., Paton, D.C., Copley, P., Hill, B.M. and Crisp, H.M. (2011) Predation determines the outcome of ten reintroduction attempts in arid South Australia. Biological Conservation DOI information: 10.1016/j.biocon.2011.08.003, 3-SEP-2011
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  • Prior, L. D., McCaw, L. W., Grierson, P. F., Murphy, B. P., Bowman, D. M.J.S. (2011) Population strutures of the widespread Australian conifer Callistris columellaris are a bio-indicator of continental environmental change. Forest Ecology and Management 262 (252-262). (Independent)
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  • Read, J.L., Johnston, G.R. and Morley, T.P. (2011) Predation by snakes thwarts trial reintroduction of threatened woma pythons, Aspidites ramsayi Oryx 45: 505-512
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  • Read, J.L., Moseby, K.E., Briffa, J., Kilpatrick, A.D., and Freeman A. (2011) Eradication of rabbits from landscape scale exclosures: pipedream or possibility. Ecological Management and Restoration 12: 47-54.
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2010

  • Crisp, H., and Moseby, K. (2010). One-way gates: initial trial of a potential tool for preventing overstocking within fenced reserves. Ecological Management and Restoration
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  • Johnston, G., Read, J. and Morley, T. (2010). Trial reintroduction of the woma python in northern South Australia. Pp 104-107 in: Global Re-introduction Perspectives: Additional case studies from around the globe. IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

  • Read, J.L. and Eldridge, S. (2010) An optimised rapid detection technique for simultaneously monitoring activity of rabbits, cats, foxes and dingoes in the rangelands. The Rangeland Journal 32: 389-394.
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2009

  • Bester, A.J. and Rusten, K (2009). Trial translocation of the numbat (Myrmecobius Fasciatus) into arid Australia. Australian Mammalogy 31:1-8. 
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  • Bice, J. and Moseby, K.E. (2009).  Diets of the re-introduced Greater Bilby (Macrotis lagotis) and Burrowing Bettong (Bettongia lesueur) in the Arid Recovery Reserve, Northern South Australia. Australian Mammalogy 30(1):1-12. 
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  • Moseby, K.E., Hill, B.M. & Read, J.L. (2009). Arid Recovery- A comparison of reptile and small mammal populations inside and outside a large rabbit, cat and fox-proof exclosure in arid South Australia. Austral Ecology 34:156-169. 
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  • Moseby, K.E., Stott, J. & Crisp, H. (2009). Improving the effectiveness of poison baiting for the feral cat and European fox in northern South Australia: The influence of movement, habitat use and activity. Wildlife Research 36: 1-14.

  • Moseby, K.E., Stott. J. & Crisp, H. (2009) Movement patterns of feral predators in an arid environment - implications for control through poison baiting. Wildlife Research 36:422-435 
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  • Moseby, K.E., Nano, T. and Southgate, R. (2009) Tales in the Sand: A guide to identifying arid zone fauna using spoor and other signs. Ecological Horizons, South Australia.
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  • Munro, N.T., Moseby, K.E. and Read, J.L. (2009) The effects of browsing by feral and re-introduced native herbivores on seedling survivorship in the Australian rangelands. The Rangeland Journal 31: 417-26.
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  • Read, J.L. and Kilpatrick, A.D. (2009) Improved conservation status of Atriplex kochiana. Trans .R. Soc. S. Aust. 133.
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  • Wallach, A.D., Ritchie, E.G., Read, J., O'Neill, A.J. (2009) More than Mere Numbers: The Impact of Lethal Control on the Social Stability of a Top-Order Predator. PLoS ONE 4(9): e6861. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006861
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 2008

  • Read, JL, Carter, J., Moseby, K.M., and Greenville, A. (2008) Ecological roles of rabbit, bettong and bilby warrens in arid Australia. Journal of Arid Environments 72: 2124-2130.  
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  • Read, J.L. and Kilpatrick, A.D. (2008) Improved conservation status of Atriplex kochiana. Trans .R. Soc. S. Aust. 
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 2007

  • James, A.I. and Eldridge, D.J. (2007). Reintroduction of fossorial native mammals and potential impacts on ecosystem processes in an Australian desert landscape, Biological Conservation 138(351-359).
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 2006

  • Moseby, K.E. and Read, J. (2006) The efficacy of feral cat, fox and rabbit exclusion fence designs for threatened species protection. Biological Conservation 127(429-437).
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 2005

  • Moseby, K.E., De Jong, S., Munro, N. and Pieck, A. (2005) Home range, activity and habitat use of European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in arid Australia: implications for control. Wildlife Research 32(305-311). 
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2004

  • Bolton, J. and Moseby, K.E. (2004). The activity of Sand Goannas (Varanus gouldii) and their interaction with reintroduced Greater Stick-nest Rats Leporillus conditor. Pacific Conservation Biology 10(3) 193-201. 
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  • Finlayson, G.R. and Moseby, K.E. (2004) Managing confined populations: The influence of density on the home range and habitat use of re-introduced Burrowing Bettongs (Bettongia lesueur). Wildlife Research 31(457-463).
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  • Moseby K.E. and Bice J. (2004). A trial reintroduction of the Greater Stick-nest Rat (Leporillus conditor) in arid South Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 5(2) 118-124.
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  • Moseby, K.E., Selfe, R. and Freeman, A. (2004). Attraction of auditory and olfactory lures to Feral Cats, Red Foxes, European Rabbits and Burrowing Bettongs. Ecological Management and Restoration 5(3) 228-231.
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  • Read, J.L. (2004). Catastrophic drought-induced die-off of perennial chenopod shrubs in arid Australia following intensive cattle browsing. Journal of Arid Environments 58(535-544).
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 2003

  • Moseby, K.E and O'Donnell, E. (2003). Reintroduction of the greater bilby, (Macrotis lagotis) (Reid) (Marsupialia : Thylacomyidae), to northern South Australia: survival, ecology and notes on reintroduction protocol. Wildlife Research 30:15-27.
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  • Read, J.L. (2003). Are miners the bunnies or the bilbies of the rangelands? Rangeland Journal 25: 172-182.
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  • Read, J.L. (2003). Red Sand, Green Heart: Ecological adventures in the outback. Lothian, Melbourne.
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  • Ryan, S.A, Moseby, K.E. and Paton, D.C. (2003). Comparative Foraging Preferences of the Greater Stick-nest Rat (Leporillus conditor) and the European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus): Implications for Regeneration of Arid Lands. Australian Mammalogy 25: 135-146. 
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 2001

  • Read, J., and Bowen, Z. (2001) Population dynamics, diet and aspects of the biology of feral cats and foxes in arid South Australia. Wildlife Research, 28(2), 195-203.
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Internal Reports

2011

  • Carter, P. (2011) A Progress Report on the Soft Release Pen Western Barred Bandicoot (Perameles bougainville) population [following on from AR Internal Report 2009 (1)]. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2011 (1).

2010

  • Shangz and Crisp, H. (2010) Blood collection and blood smear evaluation of Burrowing Bettongs in the Arid Recovery Reserve. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2010 (1).

  • Wallach, A. (2010) Reviving ecological functioning through dingo restoration. PhD thesis, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. The University of Adelaide.

2009

  • Duncan, P. (2009) A Report on the Supplementary Release of Western Barred Bandicoots From Faure Island to the Arid Recovery Reserve in September 2009. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2009 (1).

  • Moseby, K.E., Crisp, H. and Taylor, C. (2009) Arid Recovery: Wild West Report May 2007 – June 2009. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2009 (2).

2008

  • Crisp, H.A. (2008) Bettong Damage inside Arid Recovery. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2008 (3).

 

  • Farrelly, M., Moseby, K.E. and Bester, A. (2008) Integrated Pest Management outside Arid Recovery. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2008 (2).

 

  • Read, J.L. (2008). Woma Re-introduction Trial at Arid Recovery. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2008 (1).

 2007

  • Madeline Batsiokis, B, Kaczan, D., Lawley, E. and Shepard, R. (2007). Bilby demographics at Arid Recovery. School of Earth and Environmental Science, Adelaide Uni. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2007 (4).

  • Smith, J. (2007) Does predator-training increase the survival of bilbies outside the Arid Recovery Reserve? Arid Recovery Technical Report 2007 (3)

  • Stott, J. (2007) Bait stations vs soft-jaw foot-hold traps trial at Arid Recovery. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2007 (2).

  • Moseby, K.E. (2007) Status of Western barred Bandicoots within the Arid Recovery Reserve. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2007 (1).

 2006

  • Bester, A.J., Rusten, K. (2006) Trial translocation of numbats (Myrmecobius fasciatus) into the Arid Recovery Reserve. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2006 (4).

  • D’Auvergne, M-G. (2006) One-way gate trials. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2006 (1)

  • Kilpatrick, A., Gilbert, B. and Newman, J. (2006). Threshold densities for Burrowing Bettongs at Arid Recovery. School of Earth and Environmental Science, Adelaide Uni. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2006 (6).

  • Moseby, K.E. and Stott, J. (2006) Aerial Baiting at Arid Recovery. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2006 (5).

  • Rusten, K. (2006) Initial monitoring report on the home range establishment and shelter preferences of translocated numbats to Arid Recovery Reserve (November 2005 – January 2006). Arid Recovery Technical Report 2006 (2)

  • Tuft, K. (2006) Plains rats in and around Arid Recovery Reserve: Abundance and habitat use. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2006 (3)

2005

  • Cameron, A. (2005) A comparison of predator trained and untrained bilbies (Macrotis lagotis). Arid Recovery Technical Report 2005 (1)

  • D’Auvergne, M-G. (2005) Western-barred bandicoot monitoring and translocation into the Northern Expansion, Arid Recovery Reserve. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2005 (2)

  • Heenan, C., Keetch, M., Lynch, C., Williams, K. (2005) Ecological Management & Restoration: Meat Ant (Iridomyrmex virideaneus and Iridomyrmex purpureus) Abundance in Roxby Downs Arid Recovery Reserve, South Australia. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2005 (3).

2004

  • Adelaide Uni Students and Brydie Hill (2004) A comparison of Hopping Mice inside and outside the Arid Recovery Reserve- Is the reserve a source or sink? Arid Recovery Technical Report 2004 (4).

  • Cunningham, L. (2004) A trial re-introduction of the Greater Bilby outside the Arid Recovery Reserve. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2004 (1)

  • Hill, B. (2004) Outside bilby release. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2004 (3)

  • Hill, B., Reece, C. (2004) Landscape Function Analysis: an assessment of sites inside and outside a protected reserve in arid South Australia. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2004 (5).

  • Turpin, J. (2004) A feasibility study for the re-introduction of Numbats into the Arid Recovery Reserve. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2004 (2)

 2003

  • Coates, R. (2003) A comparison of the reintroduction of captive-bred and wild-reared Greater Stick-nest Rats Leporillus conditor in an arid reserve, Arid Recovery. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2003 (3)

  • Foate, M. (2003) Assessing the Effectiveness of Rabbit Control Methods. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2003 (2)

  • Foate, M. (2003) Population, Trapping and Monitoring Methods of the Western Barred Bandicoot (Perameles bougainville) at the Arid Recovery Reserve – September 2003. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2003 (1)


  • Galbraith, B., Moseby, K.E. and Read, J.L. (2003) 2002 aerial cat baiting trials. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2003 (4)

 2002

  • Greenville, A. (2002) The use of bilby, bettong and rabbit burrows by invertebrates and small vertebrates in arid South Australia. Arid Recovery Technical Report 2002 (1) 

Theses

2015

  • Bowie, M. (2015) Can we have too much of a good thing? Reintroduced engineers (Bettongia lesueur) compromise ecosystem restoration. The University of Adelaide.

2014

  • Bannister, H. (2014) Factors influencing the reintroduction success of the burrowing bettong (Bettongia lesueur) to arid Australia. The University of Western Australia. 2012-13

2013


  • Backhouse, B. (2013) Western quoll translocation: den sites, prey availability and the potential impacts on other threatened species within the Arid Recovery reserve, Roxby Downs. The University of Adelaide.

  • Belder, D. (2013) Foraging ecology and habitat use of the Chestnut-rumped Thornbill (Acanthiza uropygialis) at the Arid Recovery Reserve, South Australia. The University of Adelaide.

  • Linley, G. (2013) Browsing impacts by the burrowing bettong (Bettongia lesueur). The University of Adelaide.

  • Schroeder, T. (2013) Spatial and temporal interactions of apex- and introduced mesopredators in the Australian arid zone. The University of Adelaide.

2012

  • Jensen, M. (2012) Habitat use of the western barred bandicoot (Perameles bougainville) within the Arid Recovery Reserve. The University of Adelaide.

2009

  • James, A. (2009) Development of resource‐rich patches by soil‐disturbing animals in arid environment. PhD thesis, University of Sydney.

  • Scoleri, V. (2009) Does the meso-predator release hypothesis apply to reptiles? Sand goanna (Varanus gouldii) response to exotic predator removal in arid South Australia. Honours Thesis, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. The University of Adelaide. 2007-08

2008

  • Newell, J. (2008). The role of the reintroduction of Greater Bilbies (Macrotis lagotis) and Burrowing Bettongs (Bettongia lesueur) in the ecological restoration of an arid ecosystem: foraging diggings, diet, and soil seed banks. PhD Thesis, The University of Adelaide.

2006

  • Gerlach, E. (2006) Enchylaena tomentosa R. Br. (Chenopodiaceae): fruiting phenology, abundance and the impacts of native frugivore reintroduction at Arid Recovery. Honours Thesis, University of Adelaide.

2005

  • Trengrove, K. (2005) Reproductive Suppression and Sociality in the Spinifex Hopping-mouse (Notomys alexis). Honours Thesis, University of Adelaide.

 2004

  • James, A. (2004) The creation of fertile patches by four ecosystem engineers in an arid South Australian dunefield. Honours Thesis, UNSW.

2001

  • Sparkes, S. (2001) A comparative study on the impacts of Greater Bilby (Macrotis lagotis) and European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) digs on vegetation structure in arid South Australia. Honours Thesis, University of Adelaide

  • Edwards J. (2001) Monitoring vegetation change under different arid management regimes, near Olympic Dam, South Australia, using Landsat TM imagery. Honours Thesis, Department of Soil and Water, University of Adelaide.

 1999

  • O’Neill, S. (1999) The habitat preferences and behaviour of re-introduced Leporillus conditor (greater stick-nest rat) Roxby Downs, South Australia. Honours Thesis, University of South Australia.

  • Reseigh, J. (1999) Correlation of the age and index of size with life stage classes, and the effect of herbivory on Acacia aneura (mulga) in northern eastern South Australia. Honours Thesis, University of South Australia

  • Ryan, S. (1999) A comparison of foraging preferences of the Greater Stick-nest Rat (Leporillus conditor) and the European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and implications for regeneration of Arid Lands at the Arid Recovery Project site, Roxby Downs, South Australia. Honours Thesis, University of Adelaide.

Conference/Workshop Presentations

2017 

  • Moseby, K., Copley, P., Lynch, C., Butler, K., Read, J., Armstrong, D., West, R., Pedler, R., Tilley, L., Herbert, C. (2017) The challenges of managing confined populations: dealing with issues of overabundance and species with naturally extreme population fluctuations. International Mammalogical Congress, Perth. 

  • Tuft, K., Moseby, K., Read, J. (2017) 20 years of ecosystem restoration at Arid Recovery: successes challenges and the future. Australian Rangelands Society, Port Augusta.

  • Beerkens, N., Brandle, R., Moseby, K., Tuft, K. (2017) Scoping the suitability of Arid Recovery reserve for kowari reintroductions. EcoTAS 2017 - The joint conference of the Ecological Society of Australia and the Ecological Society of New Zealand, Sydney.

2016

  • Tuft, K., Moseby, K., Butler, K., Fenner, A., Lynch, C., Paton, D., Tilley, L., West, R. (2016) When reintroductions are too successful: managing overabundance within fenced reserves. Ecological Society of Australia, Fremantle. 

  • Tuft, K., Moseby, K., Crisp, H., Pedler, R. (2016) Doing the leg work for us: self-reintroductions to predator-proof reserves. Australian Mammal Society, Alice Springs. 

2014

  • Lavery, T., Moseby, K., Hill, B., Piper, K. (2014) From the frontline: saving Australia’s threatened mammals. The Conversation: theconversation.com/from-the-frontline-saving-australias-threatened-mammals-28337

  • Lynch, C.E. (2014) Too much of a good thing? Population extremes within fenced reserves. NRM Science Conference, Adelaide.

  • Lynch, C.E. (2014) Arid Recovery Bettong Overpopulation Management. Shark Bay Marsupials Recovery Team Meeting, Perth.

  • Piper, K. (2014) The best defence is a good fence. 26th Vertebrate Pest Conference, Hawaii.

2013

  • Hines, J. (2013) Warren activity as an indicator of survival and dispersal of the reintroduced burrowing bettong – a comparison to rabbit activity. Industrial placement project report. University of Queensland.

  • Lynch, C.E. (2013) Arid Recovery: Overview. Australian Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Working Group – Workshop 2, Stradbroke Island.

  • Moseby, K.E., Read, J.L., Crisp, H.A., Paton, D.C., Bester, A. and Delean, S. (2013) Keep on counting: the importance of long-term monitoring in reintroduction programs. International Congress for Conservation Biology, Baltimore, USA.

  • Piper, K (2013) Arid Recovery: Overview of biodiversity offsets. University College London, Masters of Science in Energy and Resources Management.

  • Piper, K. (2013) NRM partnerships SA Arid Lands NRM Partnerships Conference, Port Augusta.

  • Walsh, A. (2013) Arid Recovery: Overview. South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, Environment Day, Adelaide.

2012


  • Moseby, K.E. (2012) Improving mammalian reintroduction success in the Australia arid zone. The University of Adelaide.

  • Spronk, H. (2012) Arid Recovery: Overview. South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, Environment Day, Adelaide.

  • Walsh, A. (2012) Friend, foe and feral: Caught on camera inside the Arid Recovery Reserve. Camera Trapping Colloquium, Sydney. Theses

2011

  • Crisp, H. and Moseby, K.E. (2011) Population extremes within fenced reserves; a case study from the South Australian arid zone, Ecological Society of Australia, Hobart.

  • Moseby, K.E., Read, J.L, Paton, D.C., Copley, P, Crisp, H., Hill, B. (2011). Understanding Predator Thresholds: The key to improving reintroduction success in arid Australia? Ecological Society of Australia, Hobart.

2008

  • Crisp, H., Moseby, K.E., Cameron, A. & Hill, B.M. (2008). Predator-avoidance training in the Greater Bilby. Australian Mammal Society Conference, Darwin.

  • Moseby, K.E. Arid Recovery- lessons learnt and research results. Mulligan’s Flat Workshop, Canberra.

  • Moseby, K.E. (2008). Feral animal control measures at Arid Recovery. Arid Zone Threatened Species Workshop, Alice Springs.

  • Farrelly, M. (2008). Integrated control of feral cats and foxes at Arid Recovery. Australasian Pest Management Conference, Darwin.

  • Farrelly, M., Moseby, K.E., Hill, B.M., Crisp, H., Bester, A. & Vanderbrink, K. (2008). Celebrating the rewards of 10 years of pest management at Arid Recovery. Poster presentation at the Australasian Pest Management Conference, Darwin.

2007

  • Moseby, K.E. (2007) Western barred bandicoots within the Arid Recovery Reserve. Western Barred Bandicoot Symposium, Murdoch Uni, Perth.

2006

  • Bester, A.J. (2006) Arid Recovery – threatened species programs. Threatened Fauna Workshop, Adelaide.

  • Bester, A.J., Rusten, K., Moseby, K.M. (2006). Returning numbats to the outback – a trial release of numbats into the Arid Recovery Reserve. 52nd Australian Mammal Society Inc Scientific Meeting, Melbourne

  • Moseby, K.E. (2006) Aerial baiting for cats and foxes. 1080 baiting forum, Department for Environment and Heritage, S.A.

  • Read, J. (2006) Arid recovery – saving threatened species and helping BHP Billiton’s reputation. HSEC Awards, Johannesburg.

  • Stott, J. (2006) Radiotracking of feral cats and foxes at Arid Recovery. Poster presentation to Australasian Wildlife Management Society, Auckland, New Zealand.

2005

  • Newell, J. Paton, D. Moseby, K. Carthew, S., and Facelli, J. (2005) 'The Reintroduction of Bilbies and Burrowing Bettongs: What about the Soil Seed Banks?', Ecological Society of Australia Conference, 29 Nov - 2 Dec, Brisbane.

2004

  • Hill, B. M., Moseby, K. M. and Cunningham, L. (2004). A trial release of the Greater Bilby Macrotis lagotis to an area outside the Arid Recovery Reserve in South Australia. Conference presentation, Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Adelaide.

  • Hill, B., Moseby, K. (2004) Arid Recovery - Beyond Mining Restoration. Conference presentation. Minerals Council of Australia Conference on Global Sustainable Development, Melbourne

  • Galbraith, B., Hill, B. (2004) Arid Recovery - Pathway to sustainable arid zone conservation. Poster presentation. Minerals Council of Australia Conference on Global Sustainable Development, Melbourne.

  • James, A. I., Eldridge, D. J. and Hill B. M. (2004). Bilbies, bettongs, rabbits and goannas ecosystem engineers of arid dunefields. Poster presentation, Australian Rangelands Society Conference, Alice Springs.

  • James, A. I., Eldridge, D. J. and Hill B. M. (2004). Creation of fertile patches by four ecosystem engineers in arid South Australia. Conference presentation, Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Adelaide.

  • Moseby, K. M., Hill, B. M. and Read, J. L. (2004) Setting yourself up for success: The importance of research and monitoring in ecological restoration projects Conference presentation, Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Adelaide.

  • Moseby K. E., Lavery, T and Coates, R. (2004) A comparison of soft and hard release protocols for reintroduced threatened species: greater bilbies, burrowing bettongs and stick-nest rats. Conference presentation, Australian Mammal Society, Tanunda.

  • Newell, J. (2004). Investigating the effects of ecosystem engineering by reintroduced Greater Bilbies (Macrotis lagotis) and Burrowing Bettongs (Bettongia lesueur). Poster presentation, Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Kangaroo Island.

  • Read J. L., Carter J., Greenville, A. and Moseby K. E. (2004). Rabbit Control Affects More Than Just Rabbits. Conference presentation, Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Adelaide.

2003
  • Galbraith, B. Moseby, K. (2003) The Arid Recovery Project - Roxby Downs. Kangaroo Island Community Feral Cat Conference , Kangaroo Island

  • Green, S. Read, J. (2003) The Arid Recovery Project - Partnership Case Study. Conference Presentation. Minerals Council of Australia Conference, Brisbane.

  • Hill, B.M, Moseby, K. E. and Read, J.L. (2003) Arid Recovery - Recovery of Arid Land. Conference presentation. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Armidale

  • Nicki Munro, N., Moseby, K. (2003) The Arid Recovery Project: The effects of grazing by native, introduced and re-introduced herbivores on seedling growth and survivorship. Native Veg Conference, Melbourne.

2002

  • Moseby, K . (2002) Arid Recovery Project. Conference presentation. Australian Veterinary Association Conference, Adelaide.

  • Moseby, K. (2002) Arid Recovery Project - Bilbies as Ecosystem Engineers. Poster presentation.

2001
  • Freeman, A. (2001) Vertebrate Pest Control/Eradication at the Arid Recovery Project, Roxby Downs, SA. Poster presentation. Australasian Vertebrate Pest Control Conference, Melbourne.

  • Moseby, K. (2001) Research Initiatives at the Arid Recovery Reserve in Northern S.A. Conference presentation. Australian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Dubbo, N.S.W

  • Munro, K. (2000) The Arid Recovery Project. Conference presentation. Resource 2000 conference, Adelaide. 

  • Read, J (2001) The Arid Recovery Project. Conference presentation. Birds Australia Centenary Conference, Adelaide.

Other Reports


  • Hill, B. and Stewart, A. (2013) Arid zone restoration: Vegetation responses to vertebrate changes. Final report submitted as part of the Native Vegetation Council Research Grants Program.



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