Publications

Hradsky BA, Robley A, Alexander R, Ritchie EG, York A, Di Stefano J (2017) Human-modified habitats facilitate forest-dwelling populations of an invasive predator Vulpes vulpes. Scientific Reports. 7: 12291

Hradsky BA, Penman TD,  Abebei D, Hanea A, Ritchie EG,  York A, Di Stefano J (2017). Bayesian networks elucidate interactions between fire and other drivers of terrestrial fauna distributions. Ecosphere. 8: e01926

Hradsky BA, Mildwaters C, Ritchie EG, Christie F, Di Stefano J (2017). Responses of invasive predators and native prey to a prescribed forest fire.  Journal of Mammalogy. 98: 835 – 847

Loschiavo J, Cirulis B, Zuo Y, Hradsky B, Di Stefano J (2017) Mapping prescribed fire severity in south-east Australian eucalypt forests using modelling and satellite imagery: a case study. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 26: 491 – 497

Fordyce A, Hradsky BA, Ritchie EG, Di Stefano J (2016) Fire affects microhabitat selection, movement patterns and body condition of an Australian rodent (Rattus fuscipes). Journal of Mammalogy. 97: 102-111.

Hradsky BA, Loschiavo J, Hradsky M, Di Stefano J. (2015) Shrub expansion alters forest structure but has little impact on native mammal occurrence. Austral Ecology. 40: 611-624

Hradsky, B. (2014) More than just presence-absence: motion cameras reveal fine-scale resource partitioning by the ubiquitous swamp wallaby Wallabia bicolor. In: Camera Trapping in Wildlife Research and Monitoring. Meek, P.D., Ballard, A.G., Banks, P.B. Claridge, A.W., CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne, Australia

Harley DKP, Holland GJ, Hradsky BA, Antrobus JS. (2014) The use of camera traps to detect arboreal mammals: lessons from targeted surveys for the cryptic Leadbeater’s Possum (Gymnobelideus leadbeateri). In: Camera Trapping in Wildlife Research and Monitoring. Meek, P.D., Ballard, A.G., Banks, P.B. Claridge, A.W., CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne, Australia

Recent media

What fires mean for pests. ABC Victorian Country Hour. 8 May 2017 (39:05 – 43:55)

Feral cats and foxes. The Grapevine, Triple R. 27 March 2017 (1:30 – 1:43)

Foxes in Melbourne. 3AW Drive with Tom Elliott.  Feb 2017

Feral cat and fox research finds pests quickly return to burnt areas after fires. ABC Rural. Sept 2015

Oddball: The Nature of a Movie. Episode 4 Pests & Predators. National Geographic Channel. 2015

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