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Tucker, N.J., Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Catterall, C.P. and Kanowski, J. (2004). Agroforestry and Biodiversity: Improving conservation outcomes in tropical Northeastern Australia. In G Schcoth, G A B de Fonseca, C A Harvey, C Gascon and H C Vasconcalos and A M N Izac (Ed.), Agroforestry and Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Landscapes 1 ed. (pp. 431-452) Washington, Covelo, London: Island Press. 182  
Kanowski, J., Catterall, C., Reis, T. and Wardell-Johnson, G. W. (2004). Animal-Plant Interactions in Rainforest Restoration in Tropical and Subtropical Australia. In: J Kanowski, CP Catterall and AJ Dennis and DA Westcott, Animal-Plant Interactions in Rainforest Conservation and Restoration. 10th Annual Conference of the Rainforest CRC, Hilton Hotel, Cairns, (20-24). 11 November 2003. 512  
Rhodes, Monika, Wardell-Johnson, Grant W., Rhodes, Martin P. and Raymond, Ben (2006) Applying network analysis to the conservation of habitat trees in urban environments: a case study from Brisbane, Australia. Conservation Biology, 20 3: 861-870. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2006.00415.x 237   31 Cited 33 times in Scopus33 0
Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Lawson, B. and Coutts, R. (2007) Are Regional Ecosystems Compatible With Floristic Heterogeneity: a case study from Toohey Forest Brisbane, Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology, 13 1: 47-59. 108   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Stone, C., Recher, H. and Lynch, A. J. (2005) A Review of Eucalypt Dieback Associated With Bell Miner Habitat in South-Eastern Australia. Australian Forestry, 68 4: 231-236. 157   Cited 17 times in Scopus17
Wardell-Johnson, G W, Stone, and Lynch, A. J. J. Bell Miner Associated Dieback (BMAD) Independent Scientific Literature Review. Coffs Harbour: Department of Environment and Conservation, 2006. 144  
Catterall, C., Kanowski, J. and Wardell-Johnson, G. W. (2004). Biodiversity and Timber Production: Trade-offs and synergies in rainforest plantations from a wildlife ecology viewpoint. In: Peter D Erskine and Carla P Catterall, Production Versus Rainforest Biodiversity: Trade-offs or synergies in farm forestry systems?. 10th Annual Conference of the Rainforest CRC, Hilton Hotel, Cairns, (9-11). 10 November 2003. 112  
Kanowski, John, Catterall, Carla P., Proctor, Heather, Reis, Terry, Tucker, Nigel I. J. and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2005). Biodiversity values of timber plantations and restoration plantings for rainforest fauna in tropical and subtropical Australia. In Peter D. Erskin, David Lamb and Mila Bristow (Ed.), Reforestation in the tropics and subtropics of Australia: Using rainforest tree species (pp. 183-205) Barton, ACT, Australia: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 102  
Wardell-Johnson, G. W. (2002) Book Review - Conserving Forest Biodiversity: A comprehensive multiscaled approach. Australian Forestry, 65 1: 273-274. 58  
Lawson, B. E. and Wardell-Johnson, G. W. (2005) Book Review: Workshop on the co-ordination and integration of terrestrial vertebrate fauna survey databases for Western Australia (Volume 85, Part 3, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, September 2002). Australian Zoologist, 33 1: 133-135. 50  
Bishop, C. L., Wardell-Johnson, G. W. and Williams, M. R. (2010) Community-level changes in Banksia woodland following plant pathogen invasion in the Southwest Australian Floristic Region. Journal of Vegetation Science, 21 5: 888-898. doi:10.1111/j.1654-1103.2010.01194.x 60   7 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 3
Kanowski, John, Catterall, Carla P. and Wardell-Johnson, Grant W. (2005) Consequences of Broadscale Timber Plantations for Biodiversity in Cleared Rainforest Landscapes of Tropical and Subtropical Australia. Forest Ecology and Management, 208 1-3: 359-372. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2005.01.018 895 1477 72 Cited 86 times in Scopus86 0
Wilson, K. A., Underwood, E. C., Morrison, S. A., Klausmeyer, K. R., Murdoch, W. W., Reyers, B., Wardell-Johnson, G., Marquet, P. A., Rundel, P. W., McBride, M. F., Pressey, R. L., Bode, M., Hoekstra, J. M ., Andelman, S., Looker, M., Rondinini, C., Kareiva, P., Shaw, M. R. and Possingham, H. P. (2007) Conserving biodiversity efficiently: What to do, where, and when. PLoS Biology, 5 9: 1850-1861. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0050223 152   157 Cited 57 times in Scopus57 25
Herbohn, John L., Harrison, Steve R., VanClay, Jerry and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2005). Designing a Strategy to Sample Tree Farms on Leyte. In: Suh, Jungho, Harrison, Steve R., Herbohn, John L., Mangaoang, Eduardo O. and Vanclay, Jerry, ACIAR Smallholder Forestry Project - Improving Financial Returns to Smallholder Tree Farmers in the Philippines, Ormoc City, the Philippines, (203-210). 15-17 Febuary, 2005. 520 595
Kanowski, J., Catterall, C. P., Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Proctor, H. and Reis, T. (2003) Development of forest structure on cleared rainforest land in eastern Australia under different styles of reforestation. Forest Ecology And Management, 183 1-3: 265-280. doi:10.1016/S0378-1127(03)00109-9 260   56 Cited 68 times in Scopus68 0
Hopper, Stephen D. and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2004) Eucalyptus virginea and E. relicta (Myrtaceae), two new rare forest trees from south-western Australia allied to E. lane-poolei, and a new phantom hybrid. Nuystia, 15 2: 227-240. 115  
Hockings, M., Jacobson, C., Kelman, J. and Wardell-Johnson, G. (2008). Evaluation and making complex data sets user-friendly. In: 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Burlington, Vermont, USA, (). 10-14 June, 2008. 50  
Sander, Juliane and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2011) Fine-scale patterns of species and phylogenetic turnover in a global biodiversity hotspot: Implications for climate change vulnerability. Journal of Vegetation Science, 22 5: 766-780. doi:10.1111/j.1654-1103.2011.01293.x 28   9 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 1
Burrows, N. and Wardell-Johnson, G. W. (2003). Fire and Plant Interactions in Forested Ecosystems of South-West Western Australia. In Ian Abbott and Neil Burrows (Ed.), Fire in Ecosystems of South-West Western Australia First ed. (pp. 225-268) Leiden: Backhuys. 184  
Watson, Penny and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2004) Fire Frequency and Time-Since-Fire Effects on the Open-Forest and Woodland Flora of Girraween National Park, South-East Queensland. Austral Ecology, 29 2: 225-236. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2004.01346.x 601 2040 33 Cited 36 times in Scopus36 0
Morales, Florante F., Caser, Aurex Lee U., Wardell-Johnson, Grant and Herbohn, John L. (2007). Floristic assessment of smallholders on Leyte Island, The Philippines. In: S. R. Harrison, A. Bosch and J. L. Herbohn, Improving the Triple Bottom Line Returns from Small-scale Forestry, Proceedings from an International Conference. Improving the Triple Bottom Line Returns from Small-scale Forestry, Ormoc, The Philippines, (297-300). 18 - 21 June 2007. 101 363
Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Williams, M. R., Mellican, A. E. and Annells, A. (2007) Floristic patterns and disturbance history in karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor : Myrtaceae) forest, south-western Australia: 2. Origin, growth form and fire response. Acta Oecologica, 31 2: 137-150. doi:10.1016/j.actao.2006.07.006 90   8 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Wardell-Johnson, Grant W., Williams, Matthew, Mellican, Amanda E. and Annells, Anthony (2004) Floristic Patterns and Disturbance History in Karri Forest, South-Western Australia 1. Environment and Species Richness. Forest Ecology and Management, 199 2-3: 449-460. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2004.05.057 725 574 12 Cited 14 times in Scopus14 1
Thomson-Dans, C. and Wardell-Johnson, G. W. Frogs of Western Australia 1 ed. Kensington, Western Australia: Department of Conservation and Land Management, 2002. 57  
Smith, Steven, Hughes, Jane and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2003) High population differentiation and extensive clonality in a rare mallee eucalypt: Eucalyptus curtisii - Conservation genetics of a rare mallee eucalypt. Conservation Genetics, 4 3: 289-300. doi:10.1023/A:1024077315820 76   24 Cited 22 times in Scopus22 0
Sander, Juliane and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2011) Impacts of soil fertility on species and phylogenetic turnover in the high - rainfall zone of the Southwest Australian global biodiversity hotspot. Plant and Soil, 345 1-2: 103-124. doi:10.1007/s11104-011-0763-5 42   2 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Lawson, BE, Wardell-Johnson, G, Beeton, RJS and Pullar, DV (2010) Improving the assessment of species compositional dissimilarity in a priori ecological classifications: evaluating map scale, sampling intensity and improvement in a hierarchical classification. Applied Vegetation Science, 13 4: 473-484. doi:10.1111/j.1654-109X.2010.01085.x 61   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Herbohn, J. L., Harrison, S. R., Vanclay, J., Mangaoang, E., Gregorio, N., Cedamon, E., Russell, I. W. and Wardell-Johnson, G. W. (2009). Improving the triple bottom line returns from smallholder tree farms in the Philippines: A systems approach. In: Harrison, S. R., Bosch, A., Herbohn, J. L. and Mangaoang, E., Proceedings from the End-of-Project Workshop. ACIAR Smallholder Forestry Project: Improving Financial Returns to Smallholder Tree Farmers in the Philippines, End-of-Project Workshop, Ormoc City, Leyte, (13-22). 11-12 February 2009. 70 168
Cook, Carly N., Wardell-Johnson, Grant, Keatley, Marie, Gowans, Stacey A., Gibson, Matthew S., Westbrooke, Martin E. and Marshall, Dustin J. (2010) Is what you see what you get? Visual vs. measured assessments of vegetation condition. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47 3: 650-661. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2010.01803.x 120   4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Wardell-Johnson, G. W. and Lynch, A. J. (2005) Landscape Processes and Eucalypt Dieback Associated with Bell Miner Habitat in South-Eastern Australia. Australian Forestry, 68 4: 242-250. 50   Cited 8 times in Scopus8
Monterola, Jose Glenn Noel, Morales, Florante, Herbohn, John, Vanclay, Jerome, Wardell-Johnson, Grant, Mangaoang, Eduardo and Harrison, Steve (2007). Measurement Of Smallholder Tree Farms On Leyte Island. In: Steve Harrison, Annerine Bosch and John Herbohn, Improving the Triple Bottom Line Returns from Small-scale Forestry, Proceedings from an International Conference. Improving the Triple Bottom Line Returns from Small-scale Forestry, Ormoc, the Philippines, (283-296). 18-21 June, 2007. 407 896
Monterola, G., Morales, F., Herbohn, J. L., Vanclay, J., Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Mangaoang, E. and Harrison, S. R. (2009). MEASUREMENT OF SMALLHOLDER TREE FARMS ON LEYTE ISLAND. In: Harrison, S. R., Bosch, A., Herbohn, J. L. and Mangaoang, E., Proceedings from the End-of-Project Workshop Held in Ormoc City, the Philippines. ACIAR SMALLHOLDER FORESTRY PROJECT, ASEM/2003/052, Improving Financial Returns to Smallholder Tree Farmers in the Philippines, End-of-Project Workshop, Sabin Resort Hotel, Ormoc City, Leyte, (23-30). 11-12 February 2009. 79 212
Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Kanowski, J., Catterall, C., Proctor, H. and Reis, T. (2002). Measuring the Restoration of Rainforest Biodiversity: A case study in research design, and its implications for establishing monitoring frameworks. In: Bruce Boyes, Biodiversity - The Big Picture: Proceedings of the 2001 Southern Queensland Biodiversity Recovery Conference. 2001 South East Queensland Biodiversity Recovery Conference, Lake Perseverance Recreation Centre, (72-81). 29 October to 2 November 2001. 148  
Burrows, N. D., Wardell-Johnson, G. and Ward, B. (2008) Post-fire juvenile period of plants in south-west Australia forests and implications for fire management. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 91 2: 163-174. 92   Cited 15 times in Scopus15
Catterall, C.P., Kanowski, J., Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Proctor, H. C., Reis, T., Harrison, D. and Tucker, N.J. (2004). Quantifying the Biodiversity Values of Reforestation: Perspectives, design issues and outcomes in Australian rainforest landscapes. In Daniel Lunney (Ed.), Conservation of Australia's Forest Fauna 2 ed. (pp. 359-393) Mosman, NSW: Royal Zoological Society of NSW. 68  
Harrison, Robert, Wardell-Johnson, Grant and McAlpine, Clive (2003) Rainforest Reforestation and Biodiversity Benefits: A Case Study from the Australian Wet Tropics. Annals of Tropical Research, 25 2: 65-76. 1144 1839
Wardell-Johnson, Grant W., Kanowski, John, Catterall, Carla P., McKenna, Steven, Piper, Scott and Lamb, David (2005). Rainforest timber plantations and the restoration of plant biodiversity in tropical and subtropical Australia. In Peter E. Erskine, David Lamb and Mila Bristow (Ed.), Reforestation in the tropics and subtropics of Australia: Using rainforest tree species (pp. 162-182) Barton, ACT, Australia: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 134  
Kariuki, Maina, Kooyman, Robert M., Smith, R. Geoff B., Wardell-Johnson, Grant and Vanclay, Jerome K. (2006) Regeneration Changes in Tree Species Abundance, Diversity and Structure in Logged and Unlogged Subtropical Rainforest over a Thirty-Six-Year Period. Forest Ecology and Management, 236 2-3: 162-176. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2006.09.021 281 751 13 Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Lawson, B. E. and Wardell-Johnson, G W (2006) Relating Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Floristics with Vegetation Mapping: an example from Fraser Island, South-East Queensland, Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology, 12 4: 288-300. 152   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Wardell-Johnson, G. W. and Calver, M. (2004). Resolving Historical Sustainability in Western Australia's Jarrah Forests. In: Margarita Arianoutsou and Vasilios P. Papanastasis, Proceedings 10th MEDECOS Conference. 10th MEDECOS Conference, Rhodes, Greece, (159-159). 25 April – 1 May 2004. 113  
Rhodes, Monica and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2006) Roost tree characteristics determine use by the white-striped freetail bat (Tadarida australis, Chiroptera : Molossidae) in suburban subtropical Brisbane, Australia. Austral Ecology, 31 2: 228-239. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2006.01587.x 210   15 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Calver, Michael and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2004). Sustained unsustainability? An evaluation of evidence for a history of overcutting in the Jarrah forests of Western Australia and its consequences for fauna conservation. In Daniel Lunney (Ed.), Conservation of Australia's Forest Fauna 2nd ed. (pp. 94-114) Mosman, NSW: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. 562 864
Wardell-Johnson, G. W., Kanowski, J., Catterall, C. and Erskine, P. D. (2004). Synthesis. In: Peter D Erskine and Carla P Catterall, Production Versus Rainforest Biodivirsity: Trade-offs or synergies in farm forestry systems?. 10th Annual Conference of the Rainforest CRC, Hilton Hotel, Cairns, (21-29). 10 November 2003. 45  
Wardell-Johnson, Grant W. and Calver, Michael (2005). Towards sustainable management: Southern Africa's Afromontane, and Western Australia's Jarrah forests. In Michael Calver, Heidi Bigler-Cole, Geoffrey Bolton, John Dargavel, Andrea Gaynor, Pierre Horwitz, Jenny Mills and Grant Wardell-Johnson (Ed.), A forest conscienceness: Proceedings 6th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society Inc, 12-17 September 2004, Augusta, Western Australia (pp. 729-739) Rotterdam, Netherlands: Millpress Science Publishers. 650 1122
Catterall, Carla P., Kanowski, John, Lamb, David, Killin, Daryl, Erskine, Peter D. and Wardell-Johnson, Grant (2005). Trade-offs between timber production and biodiversity in rainforest plantations: Emerging issues and an ecological perspective. In Peter D. Erskine, David Lamb and Mila Bristow (Ed.), Reforestation in the tropics and subtropics of Australia: Using rainforest tree species (pp. 206-221) Barton, ACT, Australia: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 146  
Wardell-Johnson, G. W. (2003). Weeds in Rainforest Restoration: Research in Project 5.2 of the Rainforest CRC. In: AC Grice and MJ Setter, Weeds of Rainforests and Associated Ecosystems. Weeds of Rainforests and Associated Ecosystems, Cairns, Queensland, (74-75). November 2002. 58  
Wardell-Johnson, Grant W., Calver, Matthew, Saunders, Denis, Conroy, Simon and Jones, Barbara (2004). Why the Integration of Demographic and Site-Based Studies of Disturbance is Essential for the Conservation of Jarrah Forest Fauna. In Daniel Lunney (Ed.), Conservation of Australia's Forest Fauna, 2nd edition 2 ed. (pp. 394-417) Mosman, NSW: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. 467 1213