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Grant Norbury
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Conserving dryland lizards by reducing predator‐mediated apparent competition and direct competition with introduced rabbits
G Norbury
Journal of applied ecology 38 (6), 1350-1361, 2001
1682001
Predator control allows critically endangered lizards to recover on mainland New Zealand
JT Reardon, N Whitmore, KM Holmes, LM Judd, AD Hutcheon, G Norbury, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 141-150, 2012
1332012
Problems with measuring diet selection of terrestrial, mammalian herbivores
GL Norbury, GD Sanson
Australian Journal of Ecology 17 (1), 1-7, 1992
1181992
Epidemiology of rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD) in the South Island, New Zealand, 1997–2001
JP Parkes, GL Norbury, RP Heyward, G Sullivan
Wildlife Research 29 (6), 543-555, 2002
852002
Invasive mammals and habitat modification interact to generate unforeseen outcomes for indigenous fauna
G Norbury, A Byrom, R Pech, J Smith, D Clarke, D Anderson, G Forrester
Ecological Applications 23 (7), 1707-1721, 2013
812013
Microscopic analysis of herbivore diets-a problem and a solution
GL Norbury
Wildlife Research 15 (1), 51-57, 1988
811988
Space use and denning behaviour of wild ferrets (Mustela furo) and cats (Felis catus)
GL Norbury, DC Norbury, RP Heyward
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 149-159, 1998
771998
Facultative behaviour in unpredictable environments: mobility of red kangaroos in arid Western Australia
GL Norbury, DC Norbury, AJ Oliver
Journal of Animal Ecology, 410-418, 1994
761994
Density-impact functions for terrestrial vertebrate pests and indigenous biota: guidelines for conservation managers
GL Norbury, RP Pech, AE Byrom, J Innes
Biological Conservation 191, 409-420, 2015
742015
Behavioral responses of two predator species to sudden declines in primary prey
GL Norbury, DC Norbury, RP Heyward
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 45-58, 1998
681998
Testing a global standard for quantifying species recovery and assessing conservation impact
MK Grace, HR Akçakaya, EL Bennett, TM Brooks, A Heath, S Hedges, ...
Conservation Biology 35 (6), 1833-1849, 2021
642021
Impacts of invasive house mice on post-release survival of translocated lizards
G Norbury, M van den Munckhof, S Neitzel, A Hutcheon, J Reardon, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 322-327, 2014
622014
Predicting the unexpected: using a qualitative model of a New Zealand dryland ecosystem to anticipate pest management outcomes
DSL Ramsey, GL Norbury
Austral Ecology 34 (4), 409-421, 2009
562009
Short-term ecological effects of rabbit haemorrhagic disease in the short-tussock grasslands of the South Island, New Zealand
G Norbury, R Heyward, J Parkes
Wildlife Research 29 (6), 599-604, 2002
552002
Removal of introduced predators, but not artificial refuge supplementation, increases skink survival in coastal duneland
M Lettink, G Norbury, A Cree, PJ Seddon, RP Duncan, CJ Schwarz
Biological Conservation 143 (1), 72-77, 2010
492010
Aspects of the Demography of the Western Grey-Kangaroo, Macropus-Fuliginosus-Melanops, in Semiarid Northwest Victoria
GL Norbury, GM Coulson, BL Walters
Wildlife Research 15 (3), 257-266, 1988
491988
The impact of rabbit control on predator sightings in the semi-arid high country of the South Island, New Zealand.
G Norbury, A Mcglinchy
Wildlife Research 23 (1), 93-97, 1996
471996
Pests controlling pests: does predator control lead to greater E uropean rabbit abundance in A ustralasia?
G Norbury, C Jones
Mammal Review 45 (2), 79-87, 2015
432015
Ectoparasite and hemoparasite infection in a diverse temperate lizard assemblage at Macraes Flat, South Island, New Zealand
JT Reardon*, G Norbury
Journal of Parasitology 90 (6), 1274-1278, 2004
432004
Pest fencing or pest trapping: A bio‐economic analysis of cost‐effectiveness
G Norbury, A Hutcheon, J Reardon, A Daigneault
Austral Ecology 39 (7), 795-807, 2014
422014
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