Sunday, December 17, 2017

the McDonald-Madden lab

               solving compleX Environmental Decisions

 

Our Publications

If you need a copy of any article, please email Dr Eve McDonald-Madden with the link or title of the article, and one can be emailed to you.

(* denotes invited speaker)

*McDonald-Madden, E. (2014) Valuing climate change information and searching for black swans among the shrinking ice. Plenary Speech at Oceania Society for Conservation Biology Conference 2014 (~300 people)

*McDonald-Madden, E. (2013) Climate Adaptation – it’s just a simple equation. National Climate Adaptation Conference, Sydney, Australia

McDonald-Madden, E. (2012) Detecting the unknown unknowns of climate change. National Climate Adaptation Conference, Melbourne, Australia

McDonald-Madden, E. (2012) Using logic to extend the conservation dollar further. ECOS

McDonald-Madden, E. (2011) When should we move a species threatened by climate change? International Conference for Conservation Biology, Auckland, NZ

*McDonald-Madden, E., Baxter , P.W.J, and Possingham, H.P. (2011) Robust conservation decision-making.   ICVRAM 2011 and ISUMA 2011 Conferences on Vulnerability, Uncertainty, and Risk: Analysis, Modeling, and  Management, Maryland, 2011

Martin, T.G., McDonald-Madden, E., (2011) Relocating species in the face of climate change.  Issues 93:41-43.

McDonald-Madden, E., Martin, T.G., Runge, M., Possingham, H.P. (2010) Managed relocation and climate change. Climate Futures Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

*McDonald-Madden, E., Runge, M., Martin, T., Possingham, H.P. (2010) When should we stop learning about climate impacts and start doing. Adaptive Management Congress Series, Florida, USA

*McDonald-Madden, E., Chadès, I., (2009) Artificial Intelligence - not just a blockbuster Hollywood movie to conservation. Intecol, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

*McDonald-Madden, E. (2009) A change may be as good as a holiday for biodiversity management. Australian Academy of Science Fenner Conference on the Environment, Canberra, Australia

* McDonald-Madden, E. Planning for Conservation, International Conference on Computational Sustainability, Cornell University, New York State, USA, 2009

* McDonald-Madden, E. State-dependent resource allocation – does not knowing matter? International Conference on Computational Sustainability, Cornell University, New York State, USA, 2009

*McDonald-Madden, E. Ecology talk series, The National Institute for Agricultural Research, Toulouse, France 2008

McDonald-Madden, E., Chadès, I., McCarthy, M.A., Wintle, B., Possingham, H.P. (2007) The curses to decision-making in conservation - not an Alfred Hitchcock movie. Modeling and Simulation Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand.

McDonald-Madden, E., Chadès, I., McCarthy, M.A., Wintle, B., Linkie, M., Possingham, H.P. (2007) Save, survey or surrender: optimal management of threatened species. Society for Conservation Biology Conference, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

McDonald-Madden, E., Baxter, P.W., Possingham, H.P. (2006) Learning while managing: A framework for effective predator control for threatened species conservation. Ecological Society of America, Memphis, USA.

McDonald-Madden, E.,Forsyth, D.M., Scroggie, M.P. (2004) Accuracy and precision of Grey-headed Flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) fly-out counts.Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Kangaroo Island.

McDonald-Madden, E., Schreiber E.S.B., Forsyth D.M., Choquenot D., Clancy T.F. (2003) Simple rules govern foraging by grey-headed flying-foxes in the Melbourne metropolitan area, Australia. Abstract. 3rd International Wildlife Management Congress, Christchurch.

McDonald-Madden, E., Schreiber E.S.B., Forsyth D.M., Choquenot D., Clancy T.F. (2003) Foraging patterns of grey-headed flying-foxes (Pteropus poliocephalus) in the Melbourne metropolitan area, Australia. Poster. Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland Urban Wildlife Forum, Brisbane.

McDonald-Madden, E., Clancy, T.F, Choquenot, D.,Schreiber, E.S.B., Clemann, N. (2002) Distribution of foraging Grey-headed Flying-fox Pteropus poliocephalus in Melbourne during the peak seasonal influx. Abstract. Australian Mammal Society Annual Conference, Over-Abundant Species Symposium, Warrnambool.

McDonald-Madden, E., Elgar, M, Handasyde, K. (2001) Changes in the behaviour of Female Mountain Brushtail Possums, Trichosurus caninus, during reproduction; an experimental study. Abstract. Australian Mammal Society Annual Conference & Possum and Glider Symposium, Brisbane.