Doug P Armstrong
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Developing the science of reintroduction biology
PJ Seddon, DP Armstrong, RF Maloney
Conservation biology 21 (2), 303-312, 2007
9622007
Directions in reintroduction biology
DP Armstrong, PJ Seddon
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23 (1), 20-25, 2008
9142008
Reversing defaunation: restoring species in a changing world
PJ Seddon, CJ Griffiths, PS Soorae, DP Armstrong
Science 345 (6195), 406-412, 2014
3762014
Seedlings from large seeds tolerated defoliation better: a test using phylogeneticaly independent contrasts
DP Armstrong, M Westoby
Ecology 74 (4), 1092-1100, 1993
2621993
Invasive mammal eradication on islands results in substantial conservation gains
HP Jones, ND Holmes, SHM Butchart, BR Tershy, PJ Kappes, I Corkery, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15), 4033-4038, 2016
2402016
Using adaptive management to determine requirements of re‐introduced populations: the case of the New Zealand hihi
DP Armstrong, I Castro, R Griffiths
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (5), 953-962, 2007
1662007
Reintroduction biology: integrating science and management
JG Ewen, DP Armstrong, KA Parker, PJ Seddon
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
1542012
Cost distance modelling of landscape connectivity and gap‐crossing ability using radio‐tracking data
Y Richard, DP Armstrong
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (3), 603-610, 2010
1282010
Standards for documenting and monitoring bird reintroduction projects
WJ Sutherland, D Armstrong, SHM Butchart, JM Earnhardt, J Ewen, ...
Conservation Letters 3 (4), 229-235, 2010
1272010
Integrating the metapopulation and habitat paradigms for understanding broad‐scale declines of species
DP Armstrong
Conservation Biology 19 (5), 1402-1410, 2005
1182005
Population dynamics of reintroduced forest birds on New Zealand islands
DP Armstrong, RS Davidson, WJ Dimond, JK Perrott, I Castro, JG Ewen, ...
Journal of Biogeography 29 (5‐6), 609-621, 2002
1152002
Mortality and behaviour of hihi, an endangered New Zealand honeyeater, in the establishment phase following translocation
DP Armstrong, I Castro, JC Alley, B Feenstra, JK Perrott
Biological conservation 89 (3), 329-339, 1999
1091999
An introduction to using mark-recapture analysis for monitoring threatened species
M Lettink, DP Armstrong
Department of Conservation Technical Series A 28, 5-32, 2003
1072003
Successful island reintroductions of New Zealand robins and saddlebacks with small numbers of founders
SS Taylor, IG Jamieson, DP Armstrong
Animal Conservation forum 8 (4), 415-420, 2005
1062005
Density‐dependent population growth in a reintroduced population of North Island saddlebacks
DP Armstrong, RS Davidson, JK Perrott, J Roygard, L Buchanan
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (1), 160-170, 2005
962005
When do we need more data? A primer on calculating the value of information for applied ecologists
S Canessa, G Guillera‐Arroita, JJ Lahoz‐Monfort, DM Southwell, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (10), 1219-1228, 2015
952015
Dynamics and viability of a New Zealand robin population reintroduced to regenerating fragmented habitat
DP Armstrong, JG Ewen
Conservation Biology 16 (4), 1074-1085, 2002
952002
Effects of familiarity on the outcome of translocations, II. A test using New Zealand robins
DP Armstrong
Biological conservation 71 (3), 281-288, 1995
891995
Strategic monitoring of reintroductions in ecological restoration programmes
JG Ewen, DP Armstrong
Ecoscience 14 (4), 401-409, 2007
842007
Adaptive management of reintroduction
MA McCarthy, DP Armstrong, MC Runge
Reintroduction biology: integrating science and management 12, 256, 2012
792012
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