Christopher E Gordon
Christopher E Gordon
Associate Research Fellow, the University of Wollongong
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Keystone effects of an alien top-predator stem extinctions of native mammals
M Letnic, F Koch, C Gordon, MS Crowther, CR Dickman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1671), 3249-3256, 2009
Does a top predator suppress the abundance of an invasive mesopredator at a continental scale?
M Letnic, A Greenville, E Denny, CR Dickman, M Tischler, C Gordon, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (2), 343-353, 2011
Lethal control of an apex predator has unintended cascading effects on forest mammal assemblages
NJ Colman, CE Gordon, MS Crowther, M Letnic
Proceedings of the royal society B: biological sciences 281 (1782), 20133094, 2014
A global agenda for advancing freshwater biodiversity research
A Maasri, SC Jähnig, MC Adamescu, R Adrian, C Baigun, DJ Baird, ...
Ecology Letters 25 (2), 255-263, 2022
Mesopredator suppression by an apex predator alleviates the risk of predation perceived by small prey
CE Gordon, A Feit, J Grüber, M Letnic
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1802), 20142870, 2015
Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's war on journalism
D Cheek, W Cronkite, J Abramowitz, D Cheek, C Gordon, N O'Toole
Disinformation Company, 2004
The potential for LiDAR technology to map fire fuel hazard over large areas of Australian forest
OF Price, CE Gordon
Journal of environmental management 181, 663-673, 2016
Shrub encroachment is linked to extirpation of an apex predator
CE Gordon, DJ Eldridge, WJ Ripple, MS Crowther, BD Moore, M Letnic
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (1), 147-157, 2017
The effect of a top predator on kangaroo abundance in arid Australia and its implications for archaeological faunal assemblages
M Fillios, C Gordon, F Koch, M Letnic
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (5), 986-993, 2010
Acacia shrubs respond positively to high severity wildfire: implications for conservation and fuel hazard management
CE Gordon, OF Price, EM Tasker, AJ Denham
Science of the total environment 575, 858-868, 2017
Desert small mammal responses to wildfire and predation in the aftermath of a L a N ińa driven resource pulse
M Letnic, M Tischler, C Gordon
Austral Ecology 38 (7), 841-849, 2013
Aboveground carbon sequestration in dry temperate forests varies with climate not fire regime
CE Gordon, ER Bendall, MG Stares, L Collins, RA Bradstock
Global change biology 24 (9), 4280-4292, 2018
Rewilded mammal assemblages reveal the missing ecological functions of granivores
CH Mills, CE Gordon, M Letnic
Functional Ecology 32 (2), 475-485, 2018
Temporal and spatial trends in the abundances of an apex predator, introduced mesopredator and ground-nesting bird are consistent with the mesopredator release hypothesis
CE Gordon, BD Moore, M Letnic
Biodiversity and Conservation 26, 1445-1462, 2017
Pathophysiology team teaching: Bioscientist contribution to knowledge integration in a nursing subject
M Christensen, J Craft, L Wirihana, C Gordon
Journal of clinical nursing 24 (23-24), 3739-3741, 2015
Partitioning of temporal activity among desert lizards in relation to prey availability and temperature
CE Gordon, CR Dickman, MB Thompson
Austral Ecology 35 (1), 41-52, 2010
What factors allow opportunistic nocturnal activity in a primarily diurnal desert lizard (Ctenotus pantherinus)?
CE Gordon, CR Dickman, MB Thompson
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2010
Functional extinction of a desert rodent: implications for seed fate and vegetation dynamics
CE Gordon, M Letnic
Ecography 39 (9), 815-824, 2016
Mapping and exploring variation in post‐fire vegetation recovery following mixed severity wildfire using airborne Li DAR
CE Gordon, OF Price, EM Tasker
Ecological Applications 27 (5), 1618-1632, 2017
Weakly dissipative predator-prey systems
AA King, WM Schaffer, C Gordon, J Treat, M Kot
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 58, 835-859, 1996
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