John M. Martin
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Generalists are the most urban‐tolerant of birds: a phylogenetically controlled analysis of ecological and life history traits using a novel continuous measure of bird …
CT Callaghan, RE Major, JH Wilshire, JM Martin, RT Kingsford, ...
Oikos 128 (6), 845-858, 2019
The effects of local and landscape habitat attributes on bird diversity in urban greenspaces
CT Callaghan, RE Major, MB Lyons, JM Martin, RT Kingsford
Ecosphere 9 (7), e02347, 2018
Heterogeneous urban green areas are bird diversity hotspots: insights using continental-scale citizen science data
CT Callaghan, G Bino, RE Major, JM Martin, MB Lyons, RT Kingsford
Landscape Ecology 34, 1231-1246, 2019
Extreme mobility of the world’s largest flying mammals creates key challenges for management and conservation
JA Welbergen, J Meade, HE Field, D Edson, L McMichael, LP Shoo, ...
BMC biology 18, 1-13, 2020
Travelling birds generate eco-travellers: The economic potential of vagrant birdwatching
CT Callaghan, M Slater, RE Major, M Morrison, JM Martin, RT Kingsford
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 23 (1), 71-82, 2018
Assessing the reliability of avian biodiversity measures of urban greenspaces using eBird citizen science data
CT Callaghan, M Lyons, JM Martin, RE Major, R Kingsford
Avian Conservation and Ecology 12 (2), 12, 2017
Innovation and geographic spread of a complex foraging culture in an urban parrot
BC Klump, JM Martin, S Wild, JK Hörsch, RE Major, LM Aplin
Science 373 (6553), 456-460, 2021
Avian monitoring–comparing structured and unstructured citizen science
CT Callaghan, JM Martin, RE Major, RT Kingsford
Wildlife research 45 (2), 176-184, 2018
The pest status of Australian white ibis (Threskiornis molucca) in urban situations and the effectiveness of egg-oil in reproductive control
JM Martin, K French, RE Major
Wildlife Research 34 (4), 319-324, 2007
Population and breeding trends of an urban coloniser: the Australian white ibis
J Martin, K French, R Major
Wildlife Research 37 (3), 230-239, 2010
A citizen‐science approach reveals long‐term social network structure in an urban parrot, Cacatua galerita
LM Aplin, RE Major, A Davis, JM Martin
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2020
Urban children’s connections to nature and environmental behaviors differ with age and gender
RJ Keith, LM Given, JM Martin, DF Hochuli
PloS one 16 (7), e0255421, 2021
Feeding the flock: Wild cockatoos and their Facebook friends
E Kirksey, P Munro, T van Dooren, D Emery, A Maree Kreller, J Kwok, ...
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 1 (4), 602-620, 2018
Using citizen science data to define and track restoration targets in urban areas
CT Callaghan, RE Major, MB Lyons, JM Martin, JH Wilshire, RT Kingsford, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (8), 1998-2006, 2019
Flight initiation distance changes across landscapes and habitats in a successful urban coloniser
MJ Hall, AL Burns, JM Martin, DF Hochuli
Urban Ecosystems 23 (4), 785-791, 2020
Macronutrient selection of free-ranging urban Australian white ibis (Threskiornis moluccus)
SCP Coogan, GE Machovsky-Capuska, AM Senior, JM Martin, RE Major, ...
Behavioral Ecology 28 (4), 1021-1029, 2017
Drone‐based thermal remote sensing provides an effective new tool for monitoring the abundance of roosting fruit bats
ED McCarthy, JM Martin, MM Boer, JA Welbergen
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 7 (3), 461-474, 2021
Threatened but not conserved: flying-fox roosting and foraging habitat in Australia
LA Timmiss, JM Martin, NJ Murray, JA Welbergen, D Westcott, ...
Australian Journal of Zoology, 2021
Are pro-ecological values enough? Determining the drivers and extent of participation in citizen science programs
A Davis, CE Taylor, JM Martin
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 24 (6), 501-514, 2019
Behavioural adaptation of a bird from transient wetland specialist to an urban resident
J Martin, K French, R Major
PLoS One 7 (11), e50006, 2012
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