Stephen Griffiths
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Tree-hugging koalas demonstrate a novel thermoregulatory mechanism for arboreal mammals
NJ Briscoe, KA Handasyde, SR Griffiths, WP Porter, A Krockenberger, ...
Biology Letters 10 (6), 20140235, 2014
Chainsaw-carved cavities better mimic the thermal properties of natural tree hollows than nest boxes and log hollows
SR Griffiths, PE Lentini, K Semmens, SJ Watson, LF Lumsden, KA Robert
Forests 9 (5), 235, 2018
Surface reflectance drives nest box temperature profiles and thermal suitability for target wildlife
SR Griffiths, JA Rowland, NJ Briscoe, PE Lentini, KA Handasyde, ...
PLoS ONE 12 (5), e0176951, 2017
Bat boxes are not a silver bullet conservation tool
SR Griffiths, R Bender, LN Godinho, PE Lentini, LF Lumsden, KA Robert
Mammal Review 47 (4), 261-265, 2017
A global synthesis of survival estimates for microbats
PE Lentini, TJ Bird, SR Griffiths, LN Godinho, BA Wintle
Biology Letters 11 (8), 20150371, 2015
Factors influencing the risk of wildlife cyanide poisoning on a tailings storage facility in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia
SR Griffiths, GB Smith, DB Donato, CG Gillespie
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 72 (5), 1579-1586, 2009
Echolocating bats emit terminal phase buzz calls while drinking on the wing
SR Griffiths
Behavioural Processes 98, 58-60, 2013
Long-term monitoring suggests bat boxes may alter local bat community structure
SR Griffiths, LF Lumsden, R Bender, R Irvine, LN Godinho, C Visintin, ...
Australian Mammalogy 41 (2), 273-278, 2019
High levels of activity of bats at gold mining water bodies: implications for compliance with the International Cyanide Management Code
SR Griffiths, DB Donato, G Coulson, LF Lumsden
Environmental science and pollution research 21, 7263-7275, 2014
Installing chainsaw‐carved hollows in medium‐sized, live trees increases rates of visitation by hollow‐dependent fauna
SR Griffiths, K Semmens, SJ Watson, CS Jones
Restoration Ecology 28 (5), 1225-1236, 2020
Nest boxes do not cause a shift in bat community composition in an urbanised landscape
SR Griffiths, LF Lumsden, KA Robert, PE Lentini
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
Network analysis reveals cryptic seasonal patterns of association in Gould’s wattled bats (Chalinolobus gouldii) roosting in bat-boxes
LN Godinho, LF Lumsden, G Coulson, SR Griffiths
Behaviour 152 (15), 2079-2105, 2015
Overheating turns a bat box into a death trap
SR Griffiths
Pacific Conservation Biology 28 (1), 97-98, 2022
Ecology of a hypersaline gold mining tailings facility in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia: a case study
GB Smith, DB Donato, CG Gillespie, SR Griffiths, J Rowntree
International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment 22 (2), 154-173, 2008
Spout hollow nest boxes provide a drier and less stable microclimate than natural hollows
C Strain, CS Jones, SR Griffiths, RH Clarke
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (6), e416, 2021
Hypersalinity reduces the risk of cyanide toxicosis to insectivorous bats interacting with wastewater impoundments at gold mines
SR Griffiths, DB Donato, LF Lumsden, G Coulson
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 99, 28-34, 2014
Flexible roost selection by Gould’s wattled bats (Chalinolobus gouldii) using bat boxes in an urban landscape
LN Godinho, LF Lumsden, G Coulson, SR Griffiths
Australian Journal of Zoology 67 (6), 269-280, 2019
Terrestrial vertebrate toxicology in Australia: an overview of wildlife research
CE Death, SR Griffiths, P Story
Current Opinion in Environmental Science & Health 11, 43-52, 2019
Occupancy of chainsaw-carved hollows by an Australian arboreal mammal is influenced by cavity attributes and surrounding habitat
K Best, A Haslem, AC Maisey, K Semmens, SR Griffiths
Forest Ecology and Management 503, 119747, 2022
Low rates of PIT-tag loss in an insectivorous bat species
E Van Harten, PE Lentini, DL Eastick, R Bender, LF Lumsden, C Visintin, ...
Journal of Wildlife Management 85 (8), 1739-1743, 2021
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