Austral Ecology

Cover image for Vol. 42 Issue 5

Edited By: Nigel Andrew

Impact Factor: 1.708

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 86/153 (Ecology)

Online ISSN: 1442-9993

Associated Title(s): Ecological Management & Restoration

Most Accessed

Below you will find a list of the top accessed articles from the Austral Ecology journal during 2014 and 2015. These are free to access, so start reading some of our most popular articles.

Thermodynamic extremization principles and their relevance to ecology. Jian D. L. Yen, David M. Paganin, James R. Thomson and Ralph Mac Nally.

Assisted colonization as a climate change adaptation tool. Rachael V. Gallagher, Robert O. Makinson, Patricia M. Hogbin and Nola Hancock.

A review of ecological interactions between native frogs and invasive cane toads in Australia. Richard Shine.

Maximizing the value of systematic reviews in ecology when data or resources are limited. Erik D. Doerr, Josh Dorrough, Micah J. Davies, Veronica A. J. Doerr and Sue McIntyre.

Assessing and managing risks to ecosystem biodiversity. David A. Keith.

Characteristics of climate change refugia for Australian biodiversity. April E. Reside, Justin A. Welbergen, Ben L. Phillips, et al.

Are invasive species drivers of native species decline or passengers of habitat modification? A case study of the impact of the common myna (Acridotheres tristis) on Australian bird species. Kate Grarock, Christopher R. Tidemann, Jeffrey T. Wood and David B. Lindenmayer.

Contemplating the future: Acting now on long-term monitoring to answer 2050's questions. David B. Lindenmayer, Emma L. Burns, Philip Tennant, et al.

Foundations for the future: A long-term plan for Australian ecosystem science. Alan Andersen, Jason Beringer, C. Michael Bull, et al.

Forest carbon in lowland Papua New Guinea: Local variation and the importance of small trees. John B. Vincent, Bridget Henning, Simon Saulei, Gibson Sosanika and George D. Weiblen.

Read the top accessed papers from Austral Ecology in 2013

A new method for non-parametric multivariate analysis of variance
Marti J. Anderson

Climate change and Australia: Trends, projections and impacts
Lesley Hughes

Ecological impacts of dams, water diversions and river management on floodplain wetlands in Australia
R.T. Kingsford

Non-parametric multivariate analyses of changes in community structure
K. R. Clarke

Impacts of climate change and urban development on the spotted marsh frog (Limnodynastes tasmaniensis)
Joab N. Wilson, Sarah Bekessy, Kirsten M. Parris, et al

Post-fire resprouting responses of native and exotic grasses from Cumberland Plain Woodland (Sydney, Australia) under elevated carbon dioxide
Ifeanna M. Tooth and Michelle R. Leishman

Invasive plants: approaches and predictions
Marcel Rejmánek

Environmental and socio-economic factors related to urban bird communities
Gary W. Luck, Lisa T. Smallbone and Kathryn J. Sheffield

Impact of urbanization on coastal wetland structure and function
S. Y. Lee, R. J. K. Dunn, et al.

Flower-visitor networks only partially predict the function of pollen transport by bees
Tony J. Popic, Glenda M. Wardle and Yvonne C. Davila