David J Coates
David J Coates
Research Associate, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions; Adjunct Professor
Verified email at dbca.wa.gov.au
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Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments: a genetic perspective
AR Weeks, CM Sgro, AG Young, R Frankham, NJ Mitchell, KA Miller, ...
Evolutionary Applications 4 (6), 709-725, 2011
Seed supply for broadscale restoration: maximizing evolutionary potential
LM Broadhurst, A Lowe, DJ Coates, SA Cunningham, M McDonald, ...
Evolutionary Applications 1 (4), 587-597, 2008
Priority setting and the conservation of Western Australia's diverse and highly endemic flora
DJ Coates, KA Atkins
Biological Conservation 97 (2), 251-263, 2001
Genetic diversity and conservation units: dealing with the species-population continuum in the age of genomics
DJ Coates, M Byrne, C Moritz
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 165, 2018
Introducing BASE: the Biomes of Australian Soil Environments soil microbial diversity database
A Bissett, A Fitzgerald, T Meintjes, PM Mele, F Reith, PG Dennis, ...
Gigascience 5 (1), s13742-016-0126-5, 2016
Genetic diversity and population genetic structure in the rare chittering grass wattle, Acacia anomala Court
DJ Coates
Australian Journal of Botany 36 (3), 273-286, 1988
Defining conservation units in a rich and fragmented flora: implications for the management of genetic resources and evolutionary processes in south-west Australian plants
DJ Coates
Australian Journal of Botany 48 (3), 329-339, 2000
Chromosome variation in taro, Colocasia esculenta: implications for origin in the Pacific
DJ Coates, DE Yen, PM Gaffey
Cytologia 53 (3), 551-560, 1988
Extensive pollen dispersal in a bird‐pollinated shrub, Calothamnus quadrifidus, in a fragmented landscape
M Byrne, CP Elliott, C Yates, DJ Coates
Molecular Ecology 16 (6), 1303-1314, 2007
Increased chromosomal mutation rate after hybridization between two subspecies of grasshoppers.
DD Shaw, P Wilkinson, DJ Coates
Science (New York, NY) 220 (4602), 1165, 1983
Maintenance of high pollen dispersal in Eucalyptus wandoo, a dominant tree of the fragmented agricultural region in Western Australia
M Byrne, CP Elliott, CJ Yates, DJ Coates
Conservation Genetics 9 (1), 97-105, 2008
Evaluating the influence of different aspects of habitat fragmentation on mating patterns and pollen dispersal in the bird‐pollinated Banksia sphaerocarpa var. caesia
TM Llorens, M Byrne, CJ Yates, HM Nistelberger, DJ Coates
Molecular ecology, 2012
Genetic divergence and the mating system in the endangered and geographically restricted species, Lambertia orbifolia Gardner (Proteaceae)
DJ Coates, VL Hamley
Heredity 83 (4), 418-427, 1999
The role of botanic gardens in the science and practice of ecological restoration
KA Hardwick, P Fiedler, LC Lee, B Pavlik, RJ Hobbs, J Aronson, ...
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 265-275, 2011
Phylogeographical patterns in chloroplast DNA variation within the Acacia acuminata (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) complex in Western Australia
M Byrne, B Macdonald, D Coates
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15 (4), 576-587, 2002
The mating system and patterns of genetic variation in Banksia cuneata A. S. George(Proteaceae).
DJ Coates, RES Sokolowski
Heredity 69 (1), 11-20, 1992
Considering extinction of dependent species during translocation, ex situ conservation, and assisted migration of threatened hosts
ML Moir, PA Vesk, KEC Brennan, R Poulin, L Hughes, DA Keith, ...
Conservation Biology 26 (2), 199-207, 2012
Plant mating systems and assessing population persistence in fragmented landscapes
DJ Coates, JF Sampson, CJ Yates
Australian journal of botany 55 (3), 239-249, 2007
Hierarchies of cause: understanding rarity in an endemic shrub Verticordia staminosa (Myrtaceae) with a highly restricted distribution
CJ Yates, PG Ladd, DJ Coates, S McArthur
Australian journal of botany 55 (3), 194-205, 2007
Taxonomic research and the conservation status of flora in the Yilgarn Banded Iron Formation ranges
N Gibson, DJ Coates, KR Thiele
Nuytsia 17, 1-12, 2007
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