1. Bekessy, S. A., Runge, M. C., Kusmanoff, A. M., Keith, D. A., & Wintle, B. A. (2018). Ask not what nature can do for you: A critique of ecosystem services as a communication strategy. Biological Conservation, 224, 71-74.
  2. Dormann, C. F., Calabrese, J. M., Guillera‐Arroita, G., Matechou, E., Bahn, V., Bartoń, K., … Wintle, B. A. …& Guelat, J. (2018). Model averaging in ecology: a review of Bayesian, information‐theoretic and tactical approaches for predictive inference. Ecological Monographs.
  3. Ringma, J., Legge, S., Woinarski, J., Radford, J., Wintle, B., & Bode, M. (2018). Australia’s mammal fauna requires a strategic and enhanced network of predator-free havens. Nature ecology & evolution.
  4. Rout, T. M., Baker, C., Huxtable, S., & Wintle, B. A. (2018). Monitoring, imperfect detection, and risk optimization of a Tasmanian devil insurance population. Conservation Biology, 32(2), 267-275.
  5. Morán-Ordóñez A, Briscoe N.J. & Wintle B.A. (2017). Modelling species responses to extreme weather provides new insights into constraints on range and likely climate change impacts for Australian mammals. Ecography, 41(2), 308-320.
  6. Suárez‐Seoane, S., Álvarez‐Martínez, J.A., Wintle, B.A., Palacín,C. & Alonso, J.L. (2017). Modelling the spatial variation of vital rates: An evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of correlative species distribution models. Diversity and Distributions. 23 (8), 841-853.
  7. Bode, M., Baker, C. M., Benshemesh, J., Burnard, T., Rumpff, L., Hauser, C. E., … & Wintle, B. A. (2017). Revealing beliefs: using ensemble ecosystem modelling to extrapolate expert beliefs to novel ecological scenarios. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 8(8), 1012-1021.
  8. White, R. S., Wintle, B. A., McHugh, P. A., Booker, D. J., & McIntosh, A. R. (2017). The scaling of population persistence with carrying capacity does not asymptote in populations of a fish experiencing extreme climate variability. Proc. R. Soc. B. 284:1856, p. 20170826. The Royal Society.
  9. Bastianelli, G., Wintle, B. A., Martin, E. H., Seoane, J., & Laiolo, P. (2017). Species partitioning in a temperate mountain chain: Segregation by habitat vs. interspecific competition. Ecology and evolution, 7(8), 2685-2696.
  10. Fraser, H., Rumpff, L., Yen, J. D., Robinson, D., & Wintle, B. A. (2017). Integrated models to support multiobjective ecological restoration decisions. Conservation Biology. 31: 1418–1427.
  11. Ringma, J. L., Wintle, B., Fuller, R. A., Fisher, D., & Bode, M. (2017). Minimizing species extinctions through strategic planning for conservation fencing. Conservation Biology. 31: 1029–1038.
  12. Roberts, D. R., Bahn, V., Ciuti, S., Boyce, M. S., Elith, J., Guillera‐Arroita, G., Wintle, B.A., … & Warton, D. I. (2017). Cross‐validation strategies for data with temporal, spatial, hierarchical, or phylogenetic structure. Ecography. 40: 913–929.
  13. Morán‐Ordóñez, A., Lahoz‐Monfort, J. J., Elith, J., & Wintle, B. A. (2017). Evaluating 318 continental‐scale species distribution models over a 60‐year prediction horizon: what factors influence the reliability of predictions?. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 26(3), 371-384.
  14. Whitehead, A. L., Kujala, H., & Wintle, B. A. (2017). Dealing with cumulative biodiversity impacts in strategic environmental assessment: A new frontier for conservation planning. Conservation Letters, 10(2), 195-204.
  15. Woolley, S.N.C., Foster, S. D., O’Hara, T. D., Wintle, B. A. & Dunstan, P. K. (2017), Characterising uncertainty in generalised dissimilarity models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 8: 985–995.
  16. Lee T., Fisher D., Bloomberg S. & Wintle B.A. (2017). Extinct or still out there? Disentangling influences on extinction and rediscovery helps to clarify the fate of species on the edge. Global Change Biology. 23: 621–634.
  17. Taylor, C., Cadenhead, N., Lindenmayer, D. B., & Wintle, B. A. (2017). Improving the Design of a Conservation Reserve for a Critically Endangered Species. PloS one, 12(1), e0169629.
  18. Morán‐Ordóñez, A., Whitehead, A. L., Luck, G. W., Cook, G. D., Maggini, R., Fitzsimons, J. A., & Wintle, B. A. (2017). Analysis of Trade‐Offs Between Biodiversity, Carbon Farming and Agricultural Development in Northern Australia Reveals the Benefits of Strategic Planning. Conservation Letters, 10(1), 94-104.
  19. Straka, T. M., Lentini, P. E., Lumsden, L. F., Wintle, B. A., & van der Ree, R. (2016). Urban bat communities are affected by wetland size, quality, and pollution levels. Ecology and evolution, 6(14), 4761-4774.
  20. Woolley, S. N., Tittensor, D. P., Dunstan, P. K., Guillera-Arroita, G., Lahoz-Monfort, J. J., Wintle, B. A., … & O’Hara, T. D. (2016). Deep-sea diversity patterns are shaped by energy availabilityNature533(7603), 393-396.
  21. Rose, L. E., Heard, G. W., Chee, Y. E., & Wintle, B. A. (2016). Cost‐effective conservation of an endangered frog under uncertaintyConservation Biology30(2), 350-361.
  22. Briscoe N., Kearney M., Taylor C., & Wintle B.A. (2016). Unpacking the mechanisms captured by a correlative SDM to improve predictions of climate refugia. Global Change Biology. 22(7), 2425-2439.
  23. Maron M., Ives C., Kujala H., … Hobbs R., Keith D., Wintle B.A., Evans M. (2016) Taming a Wicked Problem: Resolving Controversies in Biodiversity Offsetting. Biosciences. 66(6), 489-498.
  24. Caryl, F. M., Lumsden, L. F., Ree, R., & Wintle, B. A. (2016). Functional responses of insectivorous bats to increasing housing density support ‘land‐sparing’ rather than ‘land‐sharing’ urban growth strategiesJournal of Applied Ecology53(1), 191-201.
  25. Mokany, K., Ferrier, S., Connolly, S. R., Dunstan, P. K., Fulton, E. A., Harfoot, M. B., …Wintle, B. A. (2016). Integrating modelling of biodiversity composition and ecosystem functionOikos125(1), 10-19.
  26. Bardos D.C., Guillera-Arroita, G. & Wintle B.A. (2015). Valid auto-models for spatially autocorrelated occupancy and abundance data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 6: 1137-1149
  27. Lentini PE, Bird TJ, Griffiths SR, Godinho LN, Wintle BA. (2015) A global synthesis of survival estimates for microbats. Biology Letters. 11: 20150371.
  28. Kujala H., AL Whitehead, WK Morris, Wintle B.A. (2015) Towards strategic offsetting of biodiversity loss using spatial prioritization concepts and tools: a case study on mining impacts in Australia. Biological Conservation. 192: 513-521
  29. Cadenhead N., Kearney M.R., Moore D., McAlpin S. & Wintle B.A. (2015). Model and scenario uncertainty dominate the evaluation of options for conserving the great desert skink. Conservation Letters. 9(3): 181-190.
  30. Crase B.C., Vesk, P.A., Leidloff, A. & Wintle B.A. (2015). Modelling both dominance and species distribution provides a more complete picture of changes to mangrove ecosystems under climate change. Global Change Biology. 21:3005-3020
  31. Guillera‐Arroita, G., Lahoz‐Monfort, J.J., Elith, J., Gordon, A., Kujala, H., Lentini, P.E., McCarthy M.A & Wintle B.A. (2015). Is my species distribution model fit for purpose? Matching data and models to applications. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24: 276-292
  32. Lentini P.E. & Wintle B.A. (2015). Spatial conservation priorities are highly sensitive to choice of biodiversity surrogates and species distribution model type. Ecography. 38: 1101-1111
  33. Guillera‐Arroita G., Lahoz‐Monfort J.J., McCarthy, M.A. & Wintle, B.A. (2015). Threatened species impact assessments: survey effort requirements based on criteria for cumulative impacts. Diversity and Distributions.
  34. Garrard G.E., Bekessy S., McCarthy M., Wintle B.A. (2015). Incorporating detectability into environmental impact assessment for threatened species. Conservation Biology. 29:216-225.
  35. Cook C.N., Inayatullah S., Burgman M.A, Sutherland W.J, Wintle B.A. (2014). Strategic foresight: how planning for the unpredictable can improve environmental decision-making. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 29: 531-541.
  36. Crase B., Leidloff A., Vesk P., Fukuda Y., Wintle B.A. (2014). Incorporating spatial autocorrelation into species distribution models alters forecasts of climate mediated range shifts. Global Change Biology. 20: 2566-2579
  37. Cook C.N. Wintle B.C., Aldrich S.C., Wintle B.A. (2014). Using strategic foresight to assess conservation opportunity. Conservation Biology. 26: 1474-1486.
  38. Caryl, F., Hahs, A., Lumsden, L., Van der Ree, R., Wilson, C. & Wintle, B.A. (2014). Continuous predictors of species distributions support categorically stronger inference than ordinal and nominal classes: an example with urban bats. Landscape Ecology, 29: 1237-1248.
  39. Guillera-Arroita G., Lahoz-Monfort J.J., MacKenzie D.I., Wintle B.A. & McCarthy M.A. 2014. Ignoring imperfect detection in biological surveys is dangerous: A response to ‘Fitting and Interpreting Occupancy Models’. PloS one, 9, e99571.
  40. Mills M., Nicol S., Wells J.A., Lahoz-Monfort J.J., Wintle B.A, Bode M. et al. (2014). Minimizing the cost of keeping options open for conservation in a changing climate. Conservation Biology, 28: 646-653.
  41. Whitehead A.L., Kujala H., Ives C.D. Wintle B.A et al. (2014). Integrating biological and social values when prioritising places for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology. 51: 251-258.
  42. Lahoz-Monfort, J. Guillera-Arroita G., Wintle B. A. 2014. Imperfect detection impacts the performance of species distribution models. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
  43. Lee T. E, M. A. McCarthy, B. A. Wintle, M. Bode, D. L. Roberts and M. A. Burgman. 2014. Inferring extinctions from sighting records of variable reliability. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  44. Jellinek S., Rumpff R., Driscoll D.A., Parris K.M, Wintle B.A. 2014. Modelling the benefits of habitat restoration in socio-ecological systems. Biological Conservation 169: 60-67
  45. Lindenmayer D.B., Piggott M.P., Wintle B.A. 2013. Counting the books while the library burns: why conservation monitoring programs need a plan for action. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: 549-555
  46. Wintle B. A., Walshe, T. V., Parris, K.M. & McCarthy, M. A. 2013. Making sense of species occupancy data when detection is imperfect. Diversity and Distributions. 18:417-424
  47. Guissan A.,, Wintle B.A., …Buckley, Y. 2013. Predicting species distributions for conservation decisions. Ecology Letters. 16:1424–1435
  48. Crase B., A. C. Liedloff, P. A. Vesk, M. Burgman, and B. A. Wintle. 2013. Hydroperiod is the main driver of the spatial pattern of dominance in mangrove communities. Global Ecology & Biogeography. 22: 806–817
  49. Wilson J.N., Bekessy S.A., Parris, K.M., Gordon, A., Heard, G.W., Wintle, B.A. 2013. Impacts of climate change and urban development on the spotted marsh frog (Limnodynastes tasmaniensis).  Austral Ecology 38: 11-22.
  50. Saunders D.A., Wintle B.A., Mawson P.R., Dawson R. 2013. Egg-laying and rainfall synchrony in an endangered bird species: Implications for conservation in a changing climate. Biological Conservation. 161: 1-9.
  51. Salomon Y., McCarthy, M.A., Taylor, P., Wintle, B.A. 2013. Incorporating Uncertainty of Management Costs in Sensitivity Analyses of Matrix Population Models. Conservation Biology 27: 134-144.
  52. Bekessy S.A., White, M., Gordon, A., Moilanen, A., Mccarthy, M.A.,  Wintle, B.A. 2013.  Transparent planning for biodiversity and development in the urban fringe. Landscape And Urban Planning  108: 140-149.
  53. Peer G.A., et al.  Wintle B.A., Henle K. 2013. A protocol for better design, application, and communication of population viability analyses. Conservation Biology. In press.
  54. Fordham, D.A., Akcakaya, H.R., Araujo, M.B., Elith, J., Keith, D.A., Pearson, R., Auld, T.D., Mellin, C., Morgan, J.W., Regan, T.J., Tozer, M., Watts, M.J., White, M.,  Wintle, B.A., Yates, C., Brook, B.W. 2012. Plant extinction risk under climate change: are forecast range shifts alone a good indicator of species vulnerability to global warming? Global Change Biology 18: 1357-1371.
  55. Solow A., Smith W., Burgman M., Rout T., Wintle B.A. & Roberts D. 2012. Uncertain sightings and the extinction of the Ivory-billed woodpecker. Conservation Biology. 26: 180-184.
  56. Wintle B.A., Bekessy S.A., Keith D.A. et al. 2011. Ecological-economic optimization of biodiversity conservation under climate change. Nature Climate Change. Online.
  57. Gordon, A. Wintle, B. A., Bekessy, S. A., Pearce, J. L, Venier, L. A. (accepted). Modelling uncertainty about the impacts of environmental change on wildlife: Fire, forestry and the red-backed salamander. Canadian Journal of Forestry.
  58. Wintle B.A., Runge M. & Bekessy S.A. 2010. Allocating monitoring effort in the face of unknown unknowns. Ecology Letters, 13, 1325–1337
  59. Crase B., Liedloff A.C. & Wintle B.A. (accepted). A new method for dealing with residual spatial autocorrelation in species distribution models. Ecography.
  60. Sebastián-González E., Botella F., Sánchez-Zapata J.A., Figuerola J., Hiraldo F. & Wintle B.A. 2011. Linking cost efficiency evaluation with population viability analysis to prioritize wetland bird conservation projects. Biological Conservation. 144: 2354–2361
  61. Chisholm R. & Wintle B.A. 2011. Choosing ecosystem service investments that are robust to uncertainty. Ecological Applications. In press.
  62. Bekessy S.A., Wintle B.A., et al. Burgman M.A. 2010. The biodiversity bank must not be a lending bank. Conservation Letters. 3:151-158.
  63. Kearney M. A., Wintle B.A. & Porter W. P. 2010. Independent species distribution models make robust predictions of climate change impacts on a folivorous mammal. Conservation Letters. 3:203-213.
  64. En Chee Y. & Wintle B.A. 2010. A Bayesian model-based framework for monitoring and managing population control. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47, 1169–1178
  65. Rumpff L., Duncan D, Vesk P., Keith D.A. & Wintle B.A. 2011. State-and-transition modelling Adaptive Management of native woodlands. Biol. Conservation, 144, 1224-1236
  66. Czembor C.A., Morris W.K., Wintle B.A. & Vesk P.A. 2011 Quantifying variance components in ecological models based on expert opinion. J. Applied Ecology. In press.
  67. Hodgson J.A., Moilanen A., Wintle B.A. & Thomas C.D. 2011. Habitat area, quality and connectivity: striking the balance for efficient conservation. J. Appl. Ecology, 48, 148-152
  68. McDonald-Madden, E. et al. & Wintle B.A. 2010. Active adaptive conservation of threatened species in the face of uncertainty. Ecological Applications 20:1476–1489.
  69. Catford J.A., Vesk P.A., White M. & Wintle B.A. 2011. Hotspots of plant invasion predicted by propagule pressure and ecosystem characteristics Diversity and distributions. (accepted)
  70. Solow A., Smith W., Burgman M., Rout T., Wintle B.A. & Roberts D. 2011. Uncertain sightings and the extinction of the Ivory-billed woodpecker. Conservation Biology. (accepted)
  71. Possingham H.P., Fuller R.A., Joseph L.N. & Wintle B.A. 2011. Choosing among long-term ecological monitoring programs and knowing when to stop. In: Long term ecological monitoring, (Lindenmayer, D.B, Ed). CSIRO Publishing Canberra.
  72. Visconti, P., R. L. Pressey, D. B. Segan, & Wintle B. A. 2010. Conservation planning with dynamic threats: the role of spatial design and priority setting for species persistence. Biological Conservation.143:756-767.
  73. Glen, A. S., Pennay, M., Dickman, C. R., Wintle, B. A. & Firestone, K. B. 2010. Diets of sympatric native and introduced carnivores in the Barrington Tops. Austral Ecology
  74. McDonald-Madden E., A. Gordon, B. A. Wintle, H. Grantham, S. Walker, S. Carvalho, M. Bottrill, L. Joseph, and H. P. Possingham. 2009. Reporting on ‘true’ conservation progress. Science 323:43-44.
  75. Betts, M. G., L. Ganio, M. Huso, B. A. Wintle. 2009. The ecological importance of space in species distribution models: A comment on Dormann et al. Ecography 32:1-5.
  76. Bekessy, S. A., B. A. Wintle, A. Gordon, et al. and M. A. Burgman. 2009. Modelling human impacts on the Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle (Aquila audax fleayi). Biological Conservation 142:2438-2448
  77. Hodgson J., C. D. Thomas, B. A. Wintle, and A. Moilanen. 2009. Climate change, connectivity and conservation decision making – back to basics. Journal of Applied Ecology 46:964-969.
  78. Bode M., and B. A. Wintle. 2009. How to build an efficient conservation fence. Conservation Biology 24:182-188.
  79. Burgman M. A., B. A. Wintle, et al. and Y. Ben-Haim. 2009. Uncertainty analysis for Bayes nets: reconciling cost and environmental benefit in invasive species management. Risk Analysis online early.
  80. van Wilgen, N. J., R. J. Elith, J. R. Wilson, B. A. Wintle, and D. Richardson. 2009. Alien invaders and reptile traders: What drives the live animal trade in South Africa? Animal Conservation in press.
  81. Bode M., T. Rout, C. Hawkins & B. A. Wintle. 2009. Efficiently locating conservation boundaries: Searching for the Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease front. Biological Conservation. 142:1333-1339
  82. Wintle B.A. & D.B. Lindenmayer. 2008. Adaptive risk management for certifiably sustainable forest management. Forest Ecology and Management 256:1311-1319.
  83. Wintle B.A. 2008. Adaptive management, population modeling and uncertainty analysis for assessing the impacts of noise on cetacean populations. Int. J. Comp. Psy. 20:237-249.
  84. Garrard G., S. Bekessy, M. McCarthy & BA. Wintle. 2008. When have we looked hard enough? A novel method for setting minimum survey effort protocols for flora surveys. Aust.Ecol. 33:986-998.
  85. Chades, I., E. McDonald-Madden, M. McCarthy, B.A. Wintle & H.P. Possingham. 2008. Save, survey or surrender: management of cryptic threatened species. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 105:13936-.
  86. Bekessy, S. A., and B. A. Wintle. 2008. Using carbon investment to grow the biodiversity bank. Conservation Biology 22:510-513.
  87. Bekessy, S. A., B. A. Wintle, A. Gordon, R. Chisholm, L. A. Venier, and J. L. Pearce. 2008. Dynamic landscape metapopulation models and sustainable forest management. Pages 473-499 in J. J. Millspaugh and F. R. Thomson, eds. Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes. Academic Press.
  88. Duncan, D., and B. A. Wintle. 2008. Towards adaptive management of native vegetation in regional landscapes. in C. Pettit, et al., eds. Landscape Analysis and Visualisation. Springer – Verlag GmbH, Berlin.
  89. Ferrier S., and B. A. Wintle. 2008. Quantitative approaches to spatial conservation prioritization: matching the solution to the need. In A. Moilanen, et. al., eds. Quantitative conservation planning. Elsevier.
  90. Southwell D.M., A. Lechner, T. Coates & B.A. Wintle. 2008. The sensitivity of PVA to uncertainty about habitat requirements: Implications for the management of the endangered Southern Brown Bandicoot. Conservation Biology 22:1045-1054.
  91. Gibbons P., C. Zammit, et al and B. A. Wintle. 2008. Some practical suggestions for improving engagement; NRM researchers and policy-makers. Ecological Management & Restoration 9: 182-186
  92. Chisholm R.A., and B.A. Wintle. 2007. Landscape stochasticity in population viability analysis. Ecological Applications. 17:317-322
  93. Moilanen, A., and B.A. Wintle. 2007. Quantitative reserve network aggregation via the boundary quality penalty. Conservation Biology. 21:355-364
  94. Fox, D.R., Y. Ben-Haim, K. Hayes, M. A. McCarthy, B. A. Wintle, and P. Dunstan. 2007. An info-gap approach to power and sample size. Environmentrics 18:189-207.
  95. Venier, L. A., J. L. Pearce, B. A. Wintle, and S. A. Bekessy. 2007. Future forests and indicator species population models. The Forest Chronicle 83:36-40.
  96. Walshe, T.V., B.A. Wintle, F. Fidler, & M.A. Burgman. 2007. Use of confidence intervals to demonstrate performance against forest management standards. For. Ecol. & Man. 247:237-245.
  97. Moilanen, A., and B. A. Wintle. 2006. Uncertainty analysis favors selection of spatially aggregated reserve networks. Biological Conservation 129:427-434.
  98. Wintle B.A. & D.B. Bardos. 2006. Modelling species habitat relationships with spatially autocorrelated observation data. Ecological Applications 16:1945-1958.
  99. Moilanen, A., B.A. Wintle, J. Elith, & M.A. Burgman. 2006. Uncertainty analysis for large-scale reserve selection. Conservation Biology 20:1688-1697.
  100. Wintle B.A., S.A. Bekessy, J.L. Pearce, L.A. Veneir & R.A. Chisholm. 2005. Dynamic landscape metapopulation models for sustainable forest management. Conservation Biology 19:1930-1943.
  101. Wintle B.A., J. Elith, and J. Potts. 2005. Fauna habitat modelling and mapping; A review and case study in the Lower Hunter Central Coast of NSW. Austral Ecology 30:719-738.
  102. Wintle, B. A., R. P. Kavanagh, M. A. McCarthy, & M. A. Burgman. 2005. Estimating and dealing with detectability in occupancy surveys for forest owls and arboreal marsupials. J. Wildlife Man. 69:905-917.
  103. Martin T. G., B. A. Wintle, S. Low Choy, P. Kuhnert, J. M. Rhodes, S. A. Field, and H. P. Possingham. 2005. Zero tolerance ecology: improving ecological inference by modeling the sources of excess zero observations. Ecology Letters 8:1235-1246.
  104. Moilanen A., A.M.A. Franco, R.I. Early, R. Fox, B.A. Wintle, and C.D. Thomas. 2005. Prioritizing multiple-use landscapes for conservation: methods for large multi-species planning problems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 272:1885-1891.
  105. Wintle B.A., M.A. McCarthy, K.P. Parris, & M.A. Burgman. 2004. Precision and bias of methods for estimating point survey detection probabilities. Ecol.Applications 14:703-712.
  106. Wintle B. A., M. A. McCarthy, C. T. Volinsky, & R. P. Kavanagh. 2003. The use of Bayesian Model Averaging to better represent the uncertainty in ecological models. Conservation Biology 17:1579-1590.


Reports and other papers

  1. Wintle B.A. et al. 2016. Using scenarios and models to inform decision making in policy design and implementation. In Ferrier S and Karachepone, N. Methodological assessment of scenarios and models of biodiversity and ecosystem services. IPBES Deliverable 3c.
  2. Cadenhead, N. C. R., Whitehead, A. L., & Wintle, B. A. 2015. Identifying conservation priorities and assessing impacts of proposed future development in the Pilbara Bioregion in Western Australia. Report by the National Environment Research Program Decisions Hub to the Department of the Environment. The University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
  3. Bekessy S. A., and B. A. Wintle. 2006. More than one route to PhD success. Nature 443:720.
  4. Wintle B.A. 2008. A review of biodiversity investment prioritization tools. A report to the Biodiversity Expert Working Group: Investment Framework for Environmental Resources.
  5. Burgman, M. A., Wilson, K. & Wintle, B. A. 2007. Review of the Australian Natural Heritage Assessment Tool. University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia.
  6. Bekessy, S. A., B. A. Wintle, C. Riddinghton, M. Buxton, and M. White. 2007. Change and Continuity in Peri-Urban Australia: Trends in Biodiversity and Vegetation. Land &Water Australia, Canberra.
  7. Fox, J. C., T. J. Regan, S. A. Bekessy, B. A. Wintle et al. 2004. Linking landscape ecology and management to population viability analysis. University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
  8. Walshe, T. V., and B. A. Wintle. 2006. Guidelines for communicating performance against standards in forest management. Forest and Wood Products Research & Development Corporation, Canberra.
  9. Wintle, B. A., Elith, R. J. Yamada, K. & Burgman, M. A. 2004. Modelling priority species habitat requirements. Lower Hunter & Central Coast Biodiversity Strategy. Hunter Region Councils, NSW.
  10. Possingham, H. P., Bekessy, S. A., et al. & Wintle, B. A. 2009. Review of the Great Eastern Ranges Science Case. Commissioned Report. Department of Environment Water, Heritage and the Arts. Canberra.
  11. Chee, Y., Parris, K. M. & Wintle, B. A. 2011. Methodologies and Tools for Strategic Assessments under the EPBC Act. A report to the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Communities and Population. April 2011.
  12. Garrard, G. E. & Wintle, B. A. 2011. Minimum survey effort requirements for impact assessments under the EPBC Act 1999: A review of methods for estimating and managing detectability in biological surveys. A report to the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Communities and Population. April 2011.


Books and book chapters

  1. Legge, S., Lindenmayer, D., Robinson, N.M., Scheele, B.C., Southwell, D.M. & B.A. Wintle 2018. Monitoring threatened species and ecological communities. Clayton, Vic. CSIRO Publishing.
  2. Possingham H.P., Fuller R.A., Joseph L.N. & Wintle B.A. 2012. Choosing among long-term ecological monitoring programs and knowing when to stop. In: Long term ecological monitoring, (Lindenmayer, D.B, Ed). CSIRO Publishing Canberra.
  3. Rumpff L, Duncan DH, Vesk PA & Wintle B.A. 2012. Development of a state-and-transition model to guide investment in woodland vegetation condition. In: Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management (A Curtis, T Lefroy, A Jakeman, J McKee, eds.), pp. 157-172. CSIRO Publishing, Canberra.
  4. Duncan, D., and B.A. Wintle. 2008. Towards adaptive management of native vegetation in regional landscapes. in C. Pettit, et al., eds. Landscape Analysis and Visualisation. Springer – Verlag, Berlin.
  5. Ferrier S., and B.A. Wintle. 2008. Quantitative approaches to spatial conservation prioritization: matching the solution to the need. In A. Moilanen, et. al., eds. Quantitative conservation planning. Elsevier.
  6. Bekessy, S. A., B.A. Wintle, A. Gordon, R. Chisholm, L. A. Venier, J. L. Pearce. 2008. Dynamic landscape metapopulation models and sustainable forest management. Pages 473-499 in J. J. Millspaugh and F. R. Thomson, eds. Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes. Academic.

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