Wayne Rochester
Wayne Rochester
Research Scientist, CSIRO
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei csiro.au
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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
1752006
Wind-blown mosquitoes and introduction of Japanese encephalitis into Australia.
SA Ritchie, W Rochester
Emerging infectious diseases 7 (5), 900, 2001
1482001
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
1212007
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
1162015
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
1082018
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
932009
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
692014
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
602005
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
501996
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
462016
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
452000
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
432004
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
382001
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
372017
Season‐specific directional movement in migratory Australian butterflies
H Dingle, MP Zalucki, WA Rochester
Australian Journal of Entomology 38 (4), 323-329, 1999
331999
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
321999
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
302001
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
272002
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
25*2012
The migration systems of Helicoverpa punctigera (Wallengren) and Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Australia
WA Rochester
University of Queensland., 1999
241999
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