Michael Scroggie
Michael Scroggie
Senior Scientist, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research
Verifisert e-postadresse på delwp.vic.gov.au - Startside
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Using presence‐only and presence–absence data to estimate the current and potential distributions of established invasive species
AM Gormley, DM Forsyth, P Griffioen, M Lindeman, DSL Ramsey, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (1), 25-34, 2011
1972011
Plant responses to agricultural intensification
J Dorrough, MP Scroggie
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (4), 1274-1283, 2008
1122008
Modeling the relationship between fecal pellet indices and deer density
DM Forsyth, RJ Barker, G Morriss, MP Scroggie
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (3), 964-970, 2007
1092007
Associations between anuran tadpoles and salinity in a landscape mosaic of wetlands impacted by secondary salinisation
MJ Smith, ESG Schreiber, MP Scroggie, M Kohout, K Ough, J Potts, ...
Freshwater Biology 52 (1), 75-84, 2007
1062007
Herpetofaunal richness and community structure of offshore islands of Sulawesi, Indonesia
G Gillespie, S Howard, D Lockie, M Scroggie, Boeadi
Biotropica 37 (2), 279-290, 2005
992005
Refugia and connectivity sustain amphibian metapopulations afflicted by disease
GW Heard, CD Thomas, JA Hodgson, MP Scroggie, DSL Ramsey, ...
Ecology Letters 18 (8), 853-863, 2015
652015
A Bayesian model of metapopulation viability, with application to an endangered amphibian
GW Heard, MA McCarthy, MP Scroggie, JB Baumgartner, KM Parris
Diversity and Distributions 19 (5-6), 555-566, 2013
652013
Conservation of amphibians in Borneo: Relative value of secondary tropical forest and non-forest habitats
GR Gillespie, E Ahmad, B Elahan, A Evans, M Ancrenaz, B Goossens, ...
Biological Conservation 152, 136-144, 2012
622012
Classical metapopulation theory as a useful paradigm for the conservation of an endangered amphibian
GW Heard, MP Scroggie, BS Malone
Biological Conservation 148 (1), 156-166, 2012
622012
Wetland characteristics influence disease risk for a threatened amphibian
GW Heard, MP Scroggie, N Clemann, DSL Ramsey
Ecological Applications 24 (4), 650-662, 2014
612014
Effects of temperature on the fast‐start swimming performance of an Australian freshwater fish
JP Lyon, TJ Ryan, MP Scroggie
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17 (1), 184-188, 2008
582008
Assessing detection probabilities for the endangered growling grass frog (Litoria raniformis) in southern Victoria
GW Heard, P Robertson, MP Scroggie
Wildlife Research 33 (7), 557-564, 2006
552006
Habitat use by stream-breeding frogs in south-east Sulawesi, with some preliminary observations on community organization
GR Gillespie, D Lockie, MP Scroggie, DT Iskandar
Journal of Tropical Ecology 20 (4), 439-448, 2004
512004
Visible Implant Alphanumeric tags as an alternative to toe-clipping for marking amphibians–a case study
GW Heard, MP Scroggie, B Malone
Wildlife Research 35 (8), 747-759, 2009
402009
Microhabitat preferences of the endangered Growling Grass Frog (Litoria raniformis) in southern Victoria, Australia
GW Heard, P Robertson, MP Scroggie
Australian Zoologist 34, 414-425, 2008
362008
The ecology and conservation status of the Growling Grass Frog (Litoria raniformis) within the Merri Creek Corridor
GW Heard, P Robertson, M Scroggie
Second Report: Additional field survey and site monitoring. Wildlife …, 2004
352004
Individual plant species responses to phosphorus and livestock grazing
J Dorrough, S McIntyre, MP Scroggie
Australian Journal of Botany 59 (7), 670-681, 2011
342011
Modelling the abundance of wildlife using field surveys and GIS: non-native sambar deer (Cervus unicolor) in the Yarra Ranges, south-eastern Australia
DM Forsyth, SR McLeod, MP Scroggie, MD White
Wildlife Research 36 (3), 231-241, 2009
342009
The life history and decline of the threatened Australian frog, Litoria raniformis
GW HEARD, MP SCROGGIE, BS MALONE
Austral Ecology 37, 276-284, 2012
332012
Assessing changes in macrophyte assemblages with salinity in non-riverine wetlands: a Bayesian approach
MJ Smith, KM Ough, MP Scroggie, ESG Schreiber, M Kohout
Aquatic Botany 90 (2), 137-142, 2009
312009
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