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1. Data from: 8-year trends in physical activity, nutrition, TV viewing time, smoking, alcohol and BMI: a comparison of younger and older Queensland adults
2018. Alley, Stephanie J., Duncan, Mitch J., Schoeppe, Stephanie, Rebar, Amanda L., and Vandelanotte, Corneel. Lifestyle behaviours significantly contribute to high levels of chronic disease in older adults. The aims of the study were to compare the prevalen... PLOS ONE. Central Queensland University and University of Newcastle Australia.
2. Data from: A bust but no boom: responses of floodplain bird assemblages during and after prolonged drought
2015. Selwood, Katherine E., Clarke, Rohan H., Cunningham, Shaun C., Lada, Hania, McGeoch, Melodie A., and Mac Nally, Ralph. 1. Climate change alters the frequency and severity of extreme events, such as drought. Such events will be increasingly important in shaping commu... Journal of Animal Ecology. Monash University, University of Canberra, and Deakin University.
3. Data from: A collection of Australian Drosophila datasets on climate adaptation and species distributions
2016. Hoffmann, Ary A., Smith, Ailie, Griffin, Philippa C., and Hangartner, Sandra B. The Australian Drosophila Ecology and Evolution Resource (ADEER) collates Australian datasets on drosophilid flies, which are aimed at investigatin... Scientific Data. University of Melbourne.
4. Data from: A comprehensive assessment of inbreeding and laboratory adaptation in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes
2018. Ross, Perran A, Endersby-Harshman, Nancy M, Hoffmann, Ary A, Ross, Perran A., Endersby-Harshman, Nancy M., and Hoffmann, Ary A. Modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes reared in laboratories are being released around the world to control wild mosquito populations and the diseases ... Evolutionary Applications. University of Melbourne.
5. Data from: A critical evaluation of how ancient DNA bulk bone metabarcoding complements traditional morphological analysis of fossil assemblages
2016. Grealy, Alicia C., McDowell, Matthew C., Scofield, Paul, Murray, Dáithí C., Fusco, Diana A., Haile, James, Prideaux, Gavin J., and Bunce, Michael. When pooled for extraction as a bulk sample, the DNA within morphologically unidentifiable fossil bones can, using next-generation sequencing, yiel... Quaternary Science Reviews. Curtin University, Murdoch University, Flinders University, and Canterbury Museum.
6. Data from: A cross-continental comparison of plant and beetle responses to retention of forest patches during timber harvest
2016. Baker, Susan C., Halpern, Charles B., Wardlaw, Timothy J., Kern, Christel, Edgar, Graham J., Thomson, Russell J., Bigley, Richard E., Franklin, Jerry F., Gandhi, Kamal J.K., Gustafsson, Lena, Johnson, Samuel, Palik, Brian J., Spies, Thomas A., Steel, E. Ashley, Weslien, Jan, Strengbom, Joachim, and Gandhi, Kamal J. K. Timber harvest can adversely affect forest biota. Recent research and application suggest that retention of mature forest elements (‘retention fore... Ecological Applications. University of Tasmania, University of Washington, United States Department of Agriculture, US Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Forestry Research Institute of Sweden, and University of Georgia.
7. Data from: A few large roads or many small ones? How to accommodate growth in vehicle numbers to minimise impacts on wildlife
2015. Rhodes, Jonathan R., Lunney, Daniel, Callaghan, John, and McAlpine, Clive A. Roads and vehicular traffic are among the most pervasive of threats to biodiversity because they fragmenting habitat, increasing mortality and open... PLoS ONE. University of Queensland, University of Sydney, and Australian Koala Foundation, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia*.
8. Data from: A genetic assessment of the human-facilitated colonization history of black swans in Australia and New Zealand
2017. Montano, Valeria, van Dongen, Wouter F.D., Weston, Micheal A., Mulder, Raoul A., Robinson, Randall W., Cowling, Mary, Guay, Patrick-Jean, and Weston, Michael A. Movement of species beyond their indigenous distribution can fundamentally alter the conservation status of the populations involved. If introducti... Evolutionary Applications. University of St Andrews, Victoria University, Deakin University, and University of Melbourne.
2019. Reddiex, Adam R., Allen, Scott L., Chenoweth, Stephen F., and Reddiex, Adam J. Here we describe a collection of re-sequenced inbred lines of Drosophila serrata, sampled from a natural population situated deep within the specie... G3: Genes - Genomes - Genetics. University of Queensland.
2015. Lentini, Pia E., Bird, Tomas J., Griffiths, Stephen R., Godinho, Lisa N., and Wintle, Brendan A. Accurate survival estimates are needed to construct robust population models, which are a powerful tool for understanding and predicting the fates ... Biology Letters. University of Melbourne and La Trobe University.