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    Chen, M., Zhang, H., Liu, W. and Zhang, W.

    The Global Pattern of Urbanization and Economic Growth: Evidence from the Last Three Decades

    2014 - PLoS ONE

    In-text: (Chen, Zhang, Liu and Zhang, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Chen, M., Zhang, H., Liu, W. and Zhang, W., 2014. The Global Pattern of Urbanization and Economic Growth: Evidence from the Last Three Decades. PLoS ONE, 9(8), pp.1-15.

  • Journal

    Dangerfield, J. M., Pik, A. J., Britton, D., Holmes, A., Gillings, M., Oliver, I., Briscoe, D. and Beattie, A. J.

    Patterns of invertebrate biodiversity across a natural edge

    2003 - Austral Ecology

    In-text: (Dangerfield et al., 2003)

    Your Bibliography: Dangerfield, J., Pik, A., Britton, D., Holmes, A., Gillings, M., Oliver, I., Briscoe, D. and Beattie, A., 2003. Patterns of invertebrate biodiversity across a natural edge. Austral Ecology, 28(3), pp.227-236.

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    Garden, J., McAlpine, C., Peterson, A., Jones, D. and Possingham, H.

    Review of the ecology of Australian urban fauna: A focus on spatially explicit processes

    2006 - Austral Ecology

    In-text: (Garden et al., 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Garden, J., McAlpine, C., Peterson, A., Jones, D. and Possingham, H., 2006. Review of the ecology of Australian urban fauna: A focus on spatially explicit processes. Austral Ecology, 31(2), pp.126-148.

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    Halse, S., Cale, D. J., Jasinska, E. J. and Shiel, R. J.

    Monitoring change in aquatic invertebrate biodiversity: sample size, faunal elements and analytical methods

    2002 - Aquatic Ecology

    In-text: (Halse, Cale, Jasinska and Shiel, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Halse, S., Cale, D., Jasinska, E. and Shiel, R., 2002. Monitoring change in aquatic invertebrate biodiversity: sample size, faunal elements and analytical methods. Aquatic Ecology, 36(3), pp.395-410.

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    HAMILTON, R. and PENNY, D.

    Ecological history of Lachlan Nature Reserve, Centennial Park, Sydney, Australia: a palaeoecological approach to conservation

    2014 - Environmental Conservation

    In-text: (HAMILTON and PENNY, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: HAMILTON, R. and PENNY, D., 2014. Ecological history of Lachlan Nature Reserve, Centennial Park, Sydney, Australia: a palaeoecological approach to conservation. Environmental Conservation, 42(01), pp.84-94.

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    Helden, A. J., Stamp, G. C. and Leather, S. R.

    Urban biodiversity: comparison of insect assemblages on native and non-native trees

    2014 - Urban Ecosystems

    In-text: (Helden, Stamp and Leather, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Helden, A., Stamp, G. and Leather, S., 2014. Urban biodiversity: comparison of insect assemblages on native and non-native trees. Urban Ecosystems, 15(3), pp.611-624.

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    Hunter, P.

    The human impact on biological diversity. How species adapt to urban challenges sheds light on evolution and provides clues about conservation

    2007 - EMBO reports

    In-text: (Hunter, 2007)

    Your Bibliography: Hunter, P., 2007. The human impact on biological diversity. How species adapt to urban challenges sheds light on evolution and provides clues about conservation. EMBO reports, 8(4), pp.316-318.

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    Kremen, C., Colwell, R. K., Erwin, T. L., Murphy, D. D., Noss, R. F. and Sanjayan, M. A.

    Terrestrial Arthropod Assemblages: Their Use in Conservation Planning

    1993 - Conservation Biology

    In-text: (Kremen et al., 1993)

    Your Bibliography: Kremen, C., Colwell, R., Erwin, T., Murphy, D., Noss, R. and Sanjayan, M., 1993. Terrestrial Arthropod Assemblages: Their Use in Conservation Planning. Conservation Biology, 7(4), pp.796-808.

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    Oliver, I. and Beattie, A. J.

    Designing a Cost-Effective Invertebrate Survey: A Test of Methods for Rapid Assessment of Biodiversity

    1996 - Ecological Applications

    In-text: (Oliver and Beattie, 1996)

    Your Bibliography: Oliver, I. and Beattie, A., 1996. Designing a Cost-Effective Invertebrate Survey: A Test of Methods for Rapid Assessment of Biodiversity. Ecological Applications, 6(2), pp.594-607.

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