|A new method for conservation planning for the persistence of multiple species|
E Nicholson, MI Westphal, K Frank, WA Rochester, RL Pressey, ...
Ecology letters 9 (9), 1049-1060, 2006
|Wind-blown mosquitoes and introduction of Japanese encephalitis into Australia.|
SA Ritchie, W Rochester
Emerging infectious diseases 7 (5), 900, 2001
|Conservation planning with irreplaceability: does the method matter?|
J Carwardine, WA Rochester, KS Richardson, KJ Williams, RL Pressey, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 16 (1), 245-258, 2007
|Integrating top-down and bottom-up adaptation planning to build adaptive capacity: a structured learning approach|
JRA Butler, RM Wise, TD Skewes, EL Bohensky, N Peterson, W Suadnya, ...
Coastal Management 43 (4), 346-364, 2015
|Bottom trawl fishing footprints on the world’s continental shelves|
RO Amoroso, CR Pitcher, AD Rijnsdorp, RA McConnaughey, AM Parma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (43), E10275-E10282, 2018
|Stakeholder objective preferences in Australian Commonwealth managed fisheries|
S Pascoe, W Proctor, C Wilcox, J Innes, W Rochester, N Dowling
Marine Policy 33 (5), 750-758, 2009
|IMOS National Reference Stations: a continental-wide physical, chemical and biological coastal observing system|
TP Lynch, EB Morello, K Evans, AJ Richardson, W Rochester, ...
PloS one 9 (12), e113652, 2014
|Distribution of the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus (L.)(Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), in western North America|
H Dingle, MP Zalucki, WA Rochester, T ARMIJO‐PREWITT
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 85 (4), 491-500, 2005
|A simulation model of the long-distance migration of Helicoverpa spp. moths|
WA Rochester, ML Dillon, GP Fitt, MP Zalucki
Ecological Modelling 86 (2-3), 151-156, 1996
|Climate knowledge cultures: Stakeholder perspectives on change and adaptation in Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia|
EL Bohensky, DGC Kirono, JRA Butler, W Rochester, P Habibi, ...
Climate Risk Management 12, 17-31, 2016
|Relationships among climate, latitude and migration: Australian butterflies are not temperate-zone birds|
H Dingle, WA Rochester, MP Zalucki
Oecologia 124 (2), 196-207, 2000
|Spatial and temporal population dynamics of monarchs down-under: lessons for North America|
MP Zalucki, WA Rochester, K Oberhauser, M Solensky
The monarch butterfly: Biology and conservation, 219-228, 2004
|Field test of a model of migration of moths (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in inland Australia|
PC Gregg, APD Socorro, WA Rochester
Australian Journal of Entomology 40 (3), 249-256, 2001
|Modeling what we sample and sampling what we model: challenges for zooplankton model assessment|
JD Everett, ME Baird, P Buchanan, C Bulman, C Davies, R Downie, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 77, 2017
|Season‐specific directional movement in migratory Australian butterflies|
H Dingle, MP Zalucki, WA Rochester
Australian Journal of Entomology 38 (4), 323-329, 1999
|Estimating the effect of climate on the distribution and abundance of Danaus plexippus: a tale of two continents|
MP Zalucki, WA Rochester
1997 North American Conference on the Monarch Butterfly, 151, 1999
|Characterizing insect migration systems in inland Australia with novel and traditional methodologies|
VA Drake, PC Gregg, IT Harman, H Wang, ED Deveson, DM Hunter, ...
CABI Publishing, 2001
|Testing insect movement theory: empirical analysis of pest data routinely collected from agricultural crops|
WA Rochester, MP Zalucki, A Ward, M Miles, DAH Murray
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 35 (2-3), 139-149, 2002
|Ecological Indicators for Australias Exclusive Economic Zone: Rationale and Approach with Application to the South West Marine Region. A report prepared for the Australian …|
KR Hayes, JM Dambacher, V Lyne, R Sharples, WA Rochester, ...
Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water …, 2012
|The migration systems of Helicoverpa punctigera (Wallengren) and Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Australia|
University of Queensland., 1999