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12022Response to 'Fire practices only 'best' if they promote a large seed buildup: comment on the conservation needs of a fire-killed grevillea' (Lamont 2022)McKemey, Michelle ; The Banbai Rangers; Hunter, John ; Ens, Emilie; Reid, Nick 5-Sep-2022
2Nov-2021Co-producing a fire and seasons calendar to support renewed Indigenous cultural fire managementMcKemey, Michelle B ; Ens, Emilie J; Hunter, John T ; Ridges, Malcolm ; Costello, Oliver; Reid, Nick C H 5-Aug-2022
39-Jun-2021Developing cross-cultural knowledge ('right way' science) to support Indigenous cultural fire managementMcKemey, Michelle B ; Reid, Nick ; Ens, Emilie; Hunter, John ; Ridges, Malcolm 25-Jun-2021
42021Indigenous cultural burning had less impact than wildfire on the threatened Backwater grevillea (Grevillea scortechinii subsp. sarmentosa) while effectively decreasing fuel loadsMcKemey, Michelle ; Patterson, Maureen (Lesley); Hunter, John ; Ridges, Malcolm ; Ens, Emilie; Miller, Cara ; Costella, Oliver; Reid, Nick 26-Aug-2021
5Feb-2020Comparison of biodiversity and ground cover between a commercial rotationally grazed property and an adjacent nature reserve in semi-arid rangelandMcDonald, Sarah E ; Reid, Nick ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Waters, Cathleen M ; Hunter, John ; Rader, Romina 15-Jul-2020
62019Rotational grazing management achieves similar plant diversity outcomes to areas managed for conservation in a semi-arid rangelandMcDonald, Sarah E ; Reid, Nick ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Waters, Cathleen M ; Hunter, John ; Rader, Romina 15-Jul-2020
72019Cross-Cultural Monitoring of a Cultural Keystone Species Informs Revival of Indigenous Burning of Country in South-Eastern AustraliaMcKemey, Michelle B ; Patterson, Maureen (Lesley); Rangers, Banbai; Ens, Emilie J; Reid, Nick C H ; Hunter, John T ; Costello, Oliver; Ridges, Malcolm ; Miller, Cara 12-Oct-2020
81-Dec-2018Improving ground cover and landscape function in a semi-arid rangeland through alternative grazing managementMcDonald, Sarah E ; Reid, Nick ; Waters, Cathleen M; Smith, Rhiannon ; Hunter, John 11-May-2022
927-Oct-2018Management of wild canids and trophic cascades: How is vegetation influenced by top-order predators?Morgan, Helen ; Reid, Nicholas ; Fleming, Peter ; Hunter, John ; Ballard, Guy ; Vernes, Karl 2-Aug-2019
1014-Apr-2018Implications of grazing management systems incorporating planned rest for biodiversity conservation and landscape function in rangelandsMcDonald, Sarah ; Reid, Nick ; Rader, Romina ; Hunter, John ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Waters, Cathleen ; Tongway, David 11-May-2020
112018Estimation of aboveground herbaceous biomass using visually ranked digital photographsMorgan, Helen ; Reid, Nick ; Hunter, John T 25-Jun-2018
122017Trophic cascades and dingoes in Australia: Does the Yellowstone wolf–elk–willow model apply?Morgan, Helen ; Hunter, John T ; Ballard, Guy ; Reid, Nick ; Fleming, Peter 1-Jun-2018
132016Habitat specificity analyses reveal the importance of grazing refugia for plant diversity conservation in a warm-temperate grassy ecosystemSchultz, Nick L; Reid, Nick ; Lodge, Greg M; Hunter, John T 31-Oct-2016
142016Forgotten fauna: Habitat attributes of long-unburnt open forests and woodlands dictate a rethink of fire management theory and practiceCroft, Peter; Hunter, John T ; Reid, Nick 2-Mar-2016
152014Broad-scale patterns in plant diversity vary between land uses in a variegated temperate Australian agricultural landscapeSchultz, Nick ; Reid, Nick ; Lodge, Greg M; Hunter, John T 30-Apr-2015
162014Seasonal and interannual variation in vegetation composition: Implications for survey design and data interpretationSchultz, Nick ; Reid, Nick ; Lodge, Greg M; Hunter, John T 17-Apr-2015
172012The bark of eucalypt trees: habitat quality for arthropods and impact of fireCroft, Peter; Reid, Nick ; Hunter, John T 10-Apr-2013
182010Experimental burning changes the quality of fallen timber as habitat for vertebrate and invertebrate fauna: implications for fire managementCroft, Peter; Reid, Nicholas ; Hunter, John T 13-Jul-2011
192010Threat of frequent fire and drought for the rare wattle 'Acacia williamsiana' J. T. Hunter: an experimental burn highlights implications for fire managementCroft, Peter; Hunter, John T ; Reid, Nick 28-Sep-2011
202007Depletion of regenerative bud resources during cyclic drought: What are the implications for fire management?Croft, Peter; Hunter, John T ; Reid, Nicholas 24-Nov-2009

Credit Name
Nick Reid
Full Name
Reid, Nicholas
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Reid, Nick
Reid, Nick C H
Reid, N
 
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Position Title
Emeritus Professor
 
 
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Web of Science profile key
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Discipline
School of E&RS - Ecosystem Management
 
Faculty
Faculty of Science, Agriculture, Business and Law
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Nicholas
 
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Nick
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School of Environmental and Rural Science
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