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emerging malleefowl chick in foreground Observing tracks Katherine with Oihare

Katherine Moseby  - Peer Reviewed Scientific Publications:

Matthews, A., Ruykys, L., Ellis, B., FitzGibbon, S., Lunney, D., Crowther, M., Glen, A.S., Purcell, B., Moseby, K., Stott, J., Fletcher, D., Wimpenny, C., Allen, B.L., Van Bommel, L., Roberts, M., Davies, N.,Green, G., Newsome, T., Ballard, G., Fleming, P., Dickman, C.R., Eberhart, A., Troy, S., McMahon, C. and Wiggins, N. (2013). The Success of GPS Collar Deployments on Mammals in Australia. Australian Mammalogy

Moseby, K.E., Cameron, A. and Crisp, H.A. (2012). Can predator avoidance training improve reintroduction outcomes for the Bilby (Macrotis lagotis) in arid Australia? Animal Behaviour 83(4) 1011.

Moseby, K.E., Paranga, J. and Read, J.L. (2012). Landowner Surveys Inform Protected Area Management: A Case Study from Tetepare Island, Solomon Islands. Human Ecology DOI 10.1007/s10745-012-9460-0

Moseby, K.E., Neilly, H., Read, J.L. and Crisp, H.A. (2012) Interactions between a top order predator and exotic mesopredators. International Journal of Ecology Article ID 250352, doi:10.1155/2012/250352.

Read, J.L., Moseby, K.E., Briffa, J., Kilpatrick, A.D. and Freeman, A (2011). Eradication of rabbits from landscape scale exclosures: pipedream or possibility? Ecological Management and Restoration 12, 46-53. 

Crisp, H. and Moseby, K.E. (2010).  One-way gates: Initial trial of a potential tool for preventing overpopulation within fenced reserves.  Ecological Management and Restoration 11, 139.

James, A.L., Eldridge, D.J. and Moseby, K.E. (2009).  Foraging pits, litter and plant germination in an arid shrubland. Journal of Arid Environments xx, 1-5.

Munro, N., Moseby, K.E. and Read, J.L. (2009). The effects of browsing by feral and re-introduced native herbivores on seedling survivorship in the Australian rangelands. The Rangeland Journal 31, 417-426.

Moseby, K.E., Stott, J. & Crisp, H. (2009). Improving the effectiveness of poison baiting for the feral cat and European fox in northern South Australia:  The influence of movement, habitat use and activityWildlife Research 36: 1-14.

Moseby, K.E, Hill, B.M. and Read, J.L. (2009) Arid Recovery- A comparison of reptile and small mammal populations inside and outside a large rabbit, cat and fox-proof exclosure in arid South Australia. Austral Ecology34:156-169

Read, J.L., Carter, J., Moseby, K.M. and Greenville, A. (2008).  Ecological roles of rabbit, bettong and bilby warrens in arid Australia. Journal of Arid Environments 72: 2124-2130

Bice J.K. and Moseby, K.E. (2008). Diet of the re-introduced Greater Bilby (Macrotis lagotis; Peramelidae) and Burrowing Bettong (Bettongia lesueur; Potoroidae) in the Arid Recovery Reserve, Northern South Australia.Australian Mammalogy 30: 1-12.

Moseby, K.E. and Read, J.L. (2006). The efficacy of feral cat, fox and rabbit exclusion fence designs for threatened species protection. Biological Conservation.127: 429-437.

Moseby, K.E., Owens, H., Brandle, R, Bice, J.K. and Gates, J. (2006). Variation in population dynamics and movement patterns between two geographically isolated populations of the dusky hopping mouse (Notomys fuscus). Wildlife Research 33: 222-232.

Moseby, K.E., De Jong, S., Munro, N. and Pieck, A. (2005). Improving control methods of European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in arid South Australia. Wildlife Research 32: 305-311.

Read, J.L. and Moseby, K.E. (2005). Vertebrates of Tetepare Island, Solomon Islands. Pacific Science 60: 69-79.

Moseby, K.E., Selfe, R. and Freeman, A. (2004). Attraction of auditory and olfactory lures to Feral Cats, Red Foxes, European Rabbits and Burrowing Bettongs. Ecological Management and Restoration 5: 228-231.

Moseby K.E. and Bice (2004). A trial reintroduction of the Greater Stick-nest Rat (Leporillus conditor) in arid South Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration.  5: 118-124.

Bolton, J. and Moseby, K.E. (2004). The activity of Sand Goannas Varanus gouldii and their interaction with reintroduced Greater Stick-nest Rats Leporillus conditorPacific Conservation Biology 10: 193-201.

Finlayson, G.R. and Moseby, K.E. (2004) Managing confined populations: The influence of density on the home range and habitat use of re-introduced burrowing bettongs (Bettongia lesueur).  Wildlife Research 31: 457-463.

Moseby, K.E. and O’Donnell, E. (2003). Reintroduction of the greater bilby, Macrotis lagotis (Reid) (Marsupialia:Thylacomyidae), to northern South Australia: survival, ecology and notes on reintroduction protocol. Wildlife Research 30:15-27.

Ryan, S.A, Moseby, K.E. and Paton, D.C. (2003). Comparative Foraging Preferences of the Greater Stick-nest Rat (Leporillus conditor) and the European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus): Implications for Regeneration of Arid Lands. Australian Mammalogy 25: 135-146

Moseby, K.E. and Read, J.L. (2001). Factors affecting pitfall capture rates of small ground vertebrates in arid South Australia. II. Optimum pitfall trapping effort. Wildlife Research 28:61-71.

Read, J.L. and Moseby, K.E. (2001) Factors affecting pitfall capture rates of small ground vertebrates in arid South Australia.I. The influence of weather and moon phase on capture rates of reptles. Wildlife Research 28: 53-60.

Moseby, K.E. and Read, J.L. (1999). Population dynamics and movement patterns of Bolam’s Mouse, Pseudomys bolami, at Roxby Downs South Australia. Australian Mammalogy 20: 353-368.

Moseby, K.E., Brandle, R. and Adams, M. (1999) Distribution, habitat and conservation status of the rare dusky hopping-mouse, Notomys fuscus (Rodentia: Muridae). Wildlife Research 26: 479-494.

Brandle, R. and Moseby, K. E. (1999) Comparative ecology of two populations of Pseudomys australis in northern South Australia. Wildlife Research 26: 541-564.

Brandle, R. and Moseby, K.E. and Adams, M. (1999) The distribution, habitat requirements and conservation status of the plains rat, Pseudomys australis (Rodentia:Muridae). Wildlife Research 26: 463-477.

Moseby, K.E., Brandle, R. and Adams, M. (1999). Distribution, habitat and conservation status of the rare dusky hopping-mouse Notomys fuscus (Rodentia: Muridae). Wildlife Research 26: 479-494.

Brandle, R., Moseby, K.E. and Adams, M. (1999). The distribution, habitat requirements and conservation status of the plains rat, Pseudomys australis (Rodentia: Muridae) Wildlife Research 26: 463-477.