Jennifer C. Pierson
Jennifer C. Pierson
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
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Genetic diversity targets and indicators in the CBD post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework must be improved
S Hoban, M Bruford, JDU Jackson, M Lopes-Fernandes, M Heuertz, ...
Biological Conservation 248, 108654, 2020
Two roles for ecological surrogacy: Indicator surrogates and management surrogates
M Hunter Jr, M Westgate, P Barton, A Calhoun, J Pierson, A Tulloch, ...
Ecological Indicators 63, 121-125, 2016
Genetic factors in threatened species recovery plans on three continents
JC Pierson, DJ Coates, JGB Oostermeijer, SR Beissinger, JG Bragg, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (8), 433-440, 2016
A new framework for selecting environmental surrogates
D Lindenmayer, J Pierson, P Barton, M Beger, C Branquinho, A Calhoun, ...
Science of the Total Environment 538, 1029-1038, 2015
Text analysis tools for identification of emerging topics and research gaps in conservation science
MJ Westgate, PS Barton, JC Pierson, DB Lindenmayer
Conservation Biology 29 (6), 1606-1614, 2015
Transdisciplinary synthesis for ecosystem science, policy and management: The Australian experience
AJJ Lynch, R Thackway, A Specht, PJ Beggs, S Brisbane, EL Burns, ...
Science of the Total Environment 534, 173-184, 2015
Incorporating evolutionary processes into population viability models
JC Pierson, SR Beissinger, JG Bragg, DJ Coates, JGB Oostermeijer, ...
Conservation Biology 29 (3), 755-764, 2015
High adult mortality in disease‐challenged frog populations increases vulnerability to drought
BC Scheele, DA Hunter, SC Banks, JC Pierson, LF Skerratt, R Webb, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (6), 1453-1460, 2016
Optimal taxonomic groups for biodiversity assessment: a meta‐analytic approach
MJ Westgate, AIT Tulloch, PS Barton, JC Pierson, DB Lindenmayer
Ecography 40 (4), 539-548, 2017
Do male and female black‐backed woodpeckers respond differently to gaps in habitat?
JC Pierson, FW Allendorf, V Saab, P Drapeau, MK Schwartz
Evolutionary Applications 3 (3), 263-278, 2010
Beyond pattern to process: current themes and future directions for the conservation of woodland birds through restoration plantings
DJ Belder, JC Pierson, K Ikin, DB Lindenmayer
Wildlife Research 45 (6), 473-489, 2018
Can habitat surrogates predict the response of target species to landscape change?
JC Pierson, PS Barton, PW Lane, DB Lindenmayer
Biological Conservation 184, 1-10, 2015
Indicators and surrogates of biodiversity and environmental change
D Lindenmayer, P Barton, J Pierson
Csiro Publishing, 2015
Patch‐scale culls of an overabundant bird defeated by immediate recolonization
R Beggs, AIT Tulloch, J Pierson, W Blanchard, M Crane, D Lindenmayer
Ecological Applications 29 (3), e01846, 2019
Learning from clinical medicine to improve the use of surrogates in ecology
PS Barton, JC Pierson, MJ Westgate, PW Lane, DB Lindenmayer
Oikos 124 (4), 391-398, 2015
Authors’ Reply to Letter to the Editor: Continued improvement to genetic diversity indicator for CBD
L Laikre, PA Hohenlohe, FW Allendorf, LD Bertola, MF Breed, MW Bruford, ...
Conservation Genetics 22 (4), 533-536, 2021
Breed locally, disperse globally: fine-scale genetic structure despite landscape-scale panmixia in a fire-specialist
JC Pierson, FW Allendorf, P Drapeau, MK Schwartz
PLoS One 8 (6), e67248, 2013
Fine‐scale refuges can buffer demographic and genetic processes against short‐term climatic variation and disturbance: a 22‐year case study of an arboreal marsupial
SC Banks, T Lorin, RE Shaw, L McBurney, D Blair, MDJ Blyton, AL Smith, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (15), 3831-3845, 2015
An experimental test of a compensatory nest predation model following lethal control of an overabundant native species
R Beggs, J Pierson, AIT Tulloch, W Blanchard, MJ Westgate, ...
Biological Conservation 231, 122-132, 2019
Disease-associated change in an amphibian life-history trait
BC Scheele, LF Skerratt, DA Hunter, SC Banks, JC Pierson, DA Driscoll, ...
Oecologia 184, 825-833, 2017
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