Vaughan Monamy


NameVaughan Monamy

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Opposing lethal wildlife research when nonlethal methods exist: Scientific whaling as a case study
Waugh, Courtney A. and Monamy, Vaughan. (2016) Opposing lethal wildlife research when nonlethal methods exist: Scientific whaling as a case study. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. 7(1), pp. 231 - 236. https://doi.org/10.3996/072015-JFWM-061

Journal article

Bassian bats in the Eyrean sub-region? : Preliminary acoustic data from the Bogan and Macquarie Rivers in semi-arid NSW
Monamy, Vaughan, Taylor, Jennifer, Gonsalves, Leroy and Ellis, Murray. (2013) Bassian bats in the Eyrean sub-region? : Preliminary acoustic data from the Bogan and Macquarie Rivers in semi-arid NSW. Australian Zoologist. https://doi.org/10.7882/az.2013.016

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Do mosquitoes influence bat activity in coastal habitats?
Gonsalves, Leroy, Lamb, Susan, Webb, Cameron, Law, Bradley and Monamy, Vaughan. (2013) Do mosquitoes influence bat activity in coastal habitats? Wildlife Research. https://doi.org/10.1071/WR12148

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Mosquito Consumption by Insectivorous Bats : Does size matter?
Gonsalves, Leroy, Bicknell, Brian, Law, Bradley, Webb, Cameron and Monamy, Vaughan. (2013) Mosquito Consumption by Insectivorous Bats : Does size matter? PLoS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0077183

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Foraging Ranges of Insectivorous Bats Shift Relative to Changes in Mosquito Abundance
Gonsalves, Leroy, Law, Bradley, Webb, Cameron and Monamy, Vaughan. (2013) Foraging Ranges of Insectivorous Bats Shift Relative to Changes in Mosquito Abundance. PLoS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0064081

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Are vegetation interfaces important to foraging insectivorous bats in endangered coastal saltmarsh on the Central Coast of New South Wales?
Gonsalves, Leroy, Law, Bradley, Webb, Cameron and Monamy, Vaughan. (2012) Are vegetation interfaces important to foraging insectivorous bats in endangered coastal saltmarsh on the Central Coast of New South Wales? Pacific Conservation Biology. 18, pp. 282 - 292.

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Responses of two species of heathland rodents to habitat manipulation: Vegetation density thresholds and the habitat accommodation model
Monamy, Vaughan and Fox, Barry. (2010) Responses of two species of heathland rodents to habitat manipulation: Vegetation density thresholds and the habitat accommodation model. Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere. 35(3), pp. 334 - 347. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1442-9993.2009.02042.x

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Saltmarsh as habitat for birds and other vertebrates
Monamy, Vaughan, Breitfuss, Mark and Spencer, Jennifer. (2009) Saltmarsh as habitat for birds and other vertebrates. In In N.Saintilan (Ed.). Australian Saltmarsh Ecology pp. 149 - 165 CSIRO Publishing.

Book chapter

A review of habitat selection by the swamp rat, rattus lutreolus (rodentia: Muridae)
Fox, Barry and Monamy, Vaughan. (2007) A review of habitat selection by the swamp rat, rattus lutreolus (rodentia: Muridae). Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere. 32(8), pp. 837 - 849. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1442-9993.2007.01849.x

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A history of animal experimentation
Monamy, Vaughan. (2005) A history of animal experimentation. In In S. Gaughen (Ed.). Animal Rights pp. 122 - 127 Greenhaven Press.

Book chapter

Differential habitat use by a local population of subadult common dunnarts, sminthopsis murina, following wildfire in coastal wet heath, New South Wales, Australia
Monamy, Vaughan and Fox, Barry. (2005) Differential habitat use by a local population of subadult common dunnarts, sminthopsis murina, following wildfire in coastal wet heath, New South Wales, Australia. Wildlife Research. 32(7), pp. 617 - 624. https://doi.org/10.1071/WR04105

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Investigating the presence of threatened insectivorous bats on coastal NSW saltmarsh habitat
Monamy, Vaughan, Laegdsgaard, Pia and Saintilan, Neil. (2004) Investigating the presence of threatened insectivorous bats on coastal NSW saltmarsh habitat. Wetlands (Australia). 22(1), pp. 29 - 41.

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Small mammal succession is determined by vegetation density rather than time elapsed since disturbance
Monamy, Vaughan and Fox, Barry J.. (2000) Small mammal succession is determined by vegetation density rather than time elapsed since disturbance. Austral Ecology. 25(6), pp. 580 - 587. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1442-9993.2000.tb00063.x

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