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12022Important agricultural and cotton pests detected in the diet of two threatened insectivorous bats in a cotton agroecosystem: insights from a molecular studyKolkert, Heidi ; Andrew, Rose ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nicholas 6-Jul-2023
2Jun-2021Insectivorous bats provide significant economic value to the Australian cotton industryKolkert, Heidi ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nicholas 15-Jul-2022
34-Mar-2021Prey removal in cotton crops next to woodland reveals periodic diurnal and nocturnal invertebrate predation gradients from the crop edge by birds and batsKolkert, Heidi L ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nick 1-Apr-2021
42-Mar-2021Quantifying Insectivorous-Bat-Mediated Pest Control in Cotton Production LandscapesKolkert, Heidi ; Reid, Nicholas ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Rader, Romina 12-Dec-2023
515-Oct-2020Insectivorous bats foraging in cotton crop interiors is driven by moon illumination and insect abundance, but diversity benefits from woody vegetation coverKolkert, Heidi ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nick 1-Apr-2021
66-May-2020Ecological, biophysical and animal production responses to strategic-rest grazing in Australia and worldwideLawrence, Rachel ; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nick ; Whalley, Wal 9-Mar-2021
7Feb-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
8Jan-2020Insectivorous bats selectively source moths and eat mostly pest insects on dryland and irrigated cotton farmsKolkert, Heidi ; Andrew, Rose ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nick 8-Jul-2020
92020Quantifying insectivorous-bat-mediated pest control in cotton production landscapes - DatasetKolkert, Heidi ; Reid, Nicholas ; Smith, Rhiannon ; Rader, Romina 12-Dec-2023
1030-Oct-2019Ecological, biophysical and animal production responses to strategic-rest grazing in Australia and worldwideLawrence, Rachel ; Rader, Romina ; Whalley, Ralph ; McDonald, Sarah ; Kendall, Liam K ; Reid, Nicholas 9-Mar-2021
111-Sep-2019Short-duration rotational grazing leads to improvements in landscape functionality and increased perennial herbaceous plant coverLawrence, Rachel ; Whalley, R D B ; Reid, Nick ; Rader, Romina 16-Jul-2020
122019Rotational 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
1314-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
1414-Feb-2018Reviving revenant remnants: guiding revegetation using metapopulation modelling for improving connectivity in a fragmented landscapeFoster, Else; Reid, Nicholas ; Rader, Romina ; Dri, Michael2-Jul-2018
152018Reviving Revenant Remnants: Guiding Revegetation Using Metapopulation Modelling for Improving Connectivity in a Fragmented LandscapeFoster, Else; Reid, Nick ; Rader, Romina ; Drielsma, Michael 3-Jan-2019
162017Integrating a generic focal species, metapopulation capacity, and connectivity to identify opportunities to link fragmented habitatFoster, Else; Love, Jamie; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nick ; Drielsma, Michael 5-Sep-2017
172016Planning for metapopulation persistence using a multiple-component, cross-scale model of connectivityFoster, Else; Love, Jamie; Rader, Romina ; Reid, Nick ; Dillon, Martin; Drielsma, Michael 11-Oct-2016

Credit Name
Nick Reid
Full Name
Reid, Nicholas
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Reid, Nick
Reid, Nick C H
Reid, N
 
UNE Researcher ID
une-id:nrei3
 
Position Title
Emeritus Professor
 
 
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Web of Science profile key
15755127
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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