Associate Professor Michael Calver
BSc (Hons) PhD Dip Ed

Associate Professor

About me

I’m best described as a frustrated entomologist. After completing a PhD on grasshopper ecology in 1985, my early jobs as a research scientist (vertebrate pests), a secondary school teacher (a background in vertebrate pests was useful for this) and a Lecturer in Distance Education provided little opportunity for entomological research. I thought things were looking up when I accepted a position in the School of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology at Murdoch University in 1994, but I soon discovered that the prospective research students mostly wanted to work on mammals, although birds were accepted grudgingly as a second choice. I thus became a de facto vertebrate wildlife biologist, with insects only entering the picture as food for ‘real animals’. With the exception of some brief flirtations with plant pathology and bibliometrics, terrestrial vertebrate wildlife remain, by default, my main area of research.

Teaching area

Undergraduate teaching

BIO103 Environmental Biology

BIO261 Animal Diversity

BIO368 Conservation Biology

BIO317 Wildlife Biology

Research areas

Animal ecology, with particular reference to predation.

Current projects

Current projects include:

- Interactions of pet cats and wildlife

- Feeding ecology of black cockatoos

- Reliability of research evaluation

Publications

Chapters

  • Bryant, K., Calver, M., (2012),Adaptive radiation in Australian journals in theArbustocene ERA: an empty niche for JANCO?,In: Science under siege: zoology under threat, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 140 to 149.
  • Lilith, M., Calver, M., Garkaklis, M., (2008),Roaming habits of pet cats on the suburban fringe in Perth, Western Australia: What size buffer zone is needed to protect wildlife in reserves?,In: Too close for comfort: contentious issues in human-wildlife encounters, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 65 to 72.
  • Grayson, J., Calver, M., Lymbery, A., (2007),Species richness and community composition of passerine birds in suburban Perth: is predation by pet cats the most important factor?,In: Pest or Guest: the zoology of overabundance, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 195 to 207.
  • Rodger, K., Calver, M., (2005),Natural science and wildlife tourism,In: Wildlife tourism (Aspects of Tourism), Channel View Publications, pages 217 to 233.
  • Calver, M., (2005),Researching ecological impacts,In: Wildlife tourism (Aspects of Tourism), Channel View Publications, pages 235 to 256.
  • Wardell-Johnson, G., Calver, M., Saunders, D., Conroy, S., Jones, B., (2004),Why the integration of demographic and site-based studies of disturbance is essential for the conservation of jarrah forest fauna.,In: Conservation of Australias Forest Fauna, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 394 to 417.
  • Jones, B., Meathrel, C., Calver, M., (2004),Hypotheses arising from a population recovery of the Western Ringtail Possum Pseudocheirus occidentalis in fire regrowth patches in a stand of Agonis flexuosa trees in south-western Australia,In: Conservation of Australias Forest Fauna, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 656 to 662.
  • Calver, M., Grayson, J., (2004),Regulation of domestic cat ownership to protect urban wildlife: a justification based on the precautionary principle,In: Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 169 to 178.
  • Calver, M., Wardell-Johnson, G., (2004),Sustained unsustainability? An evaluation of evidence for a history of overcutting in the jarrah forests of Western Australia and its consequences for fauna conservation,In: Conservation of Australias Forest Fauna, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 94 to 114.
  • Garkaklis, M., Calver, M., Wilson, B., Hardy, G., (2004),Habitat alteration caused by introduced plant disease, Phytopthora cinnamomi: a significant threat to the conservation of Australian forest fauna,In: Conservation of Australias Forest Fauna, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, pages 899 to 913.
  • Calver, M., (2003),The precautionary principle and ecosystem health: a case study from the jarrah forest of southwestern Australia,In: Managing for Healthy Ecosystems, Lewis Publishers, pages 935 to 947.
  • Calver, M., (1998),Media tools and media traps: some suggestions for ecologists,In: Ecology for everyone: Communicating ecology to scientists, the public and politicians, Surrey Beatty and Sons Pty Limited, pages 50 to 56.

Journals

  • Hall, C., Adams, N., Bradley, S., Bryant, K., Davis, A., Dickman, C., Fujita, T., Kobayashi, S., Lepczyk, C., McBride, A., Pollock, K., Styles, I., van Heezik, Y., Wang, F., Calver, M., (2016), Community Attitudes and Practices of UrbanResidents Regarding Predation by Pet Cats onWildlife: An International Comparison, PLoS One, 11, 4, pages 1 - 30.
  • Recher, H., Calver, M., Davis, W., (2016), Ecology of Honeyeaters (Meliphagidae) in Western Australian Eucalypt Woodlands I:Resource Allocation Among Species in the Great Western Woodland During Spring, Australian Zoologist, 38, 1, pages -.
  • Paap, T., Burgess, T., Calver, M., McComb, J., Shearer, B., Hardy, G., (2016), A thirteen year study on the impact of a severe canker disease of Corymbia calophylla, a keystone tree in Mediterranean-type forests, Forest Pathology (Online), , , .
  • Hall, C., Bryant, K., Fontaine, J., Calver, M., (2016), Do collar-mounted predation deterrents restrict wandering in petdomestic cats?, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 176, , pages 96 - 104.
  • Aghighi, S., Burgess, T., Scott, J., Calver, M., Hardy, G., (2016), Isolation and pathogenicity of Phytophthora species from declining Rubus anglocandicans, Plant Pathology, 63, 3, pages 451 - 461.
  • Hall, C., Bryant, K., Haskard, K., Major, T., Bruce, S., Calver, M., (2016), Factors determining the home ranges of pet cats: A meta-analysis, Biological Conservation, 203, , pages 313 - 320.
  • Calver, M., (2015), Please don't aim for a highly cited paper, Australian Universities' Review, 57, 1, pages 45 - 51.
  • Aghighi, S., Burgess, T., Scott, J., Calver, M., Hardy, G., (2015), Isolation and pathogenicity of Phytophthora species from declining Rubus anglocandicans, Plant Pathology, , , pages 1 - 11.
  • Bamford, M., Calver, M., (2015), A comparison of measures of abundance of reptiles in Kwongan vegetation of the South West of Australia determined through systematic searching and pitfall trapping, Australian Zoologist, 37, 4, pages 472 - 485.
  • Wardell-Johnson, G., Calver, M., Burrows, N., Di Virgilio, G., (2015), Integrating rehabilitation, restoration and conservation for a sustainable jarrah forest future during climate disruption, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 21, 3, pages 175 - 185.
  • Hall, C., Fontaine, J., Bryant, K., Calver, M., (2015), Assessing the effectiveness of the Birdsbesafeanti-predation collar cover in reducing predation on wildlifeby pet cats in Western Australia, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 173, , pages 40 - 51.
  • Johnson, J., Calver, M., (2014), Prevalence of desexed cats in relation to age in a convenience sample of Western Australian cats, Australian Veterinary Journal, 92, 6, pages 226 - 227.
  • Bamford, M., Calver, M., (2014), A precise definition of habitat is needed for effective conservation and communication, Australian Zoologist, 37, 2, pages 245 - 247.
  • Huiyi Lee, J., Finn, H., Calver, M., (2013), Ecology of Black Cockatoos at a Mine-site in theEastern Jarrah-Marri Forest, Western Australia, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 19, 1, pages 76 - 90.
  • Calver, M., Adams, G., Clark, W., Pollock, K., (2013), Assessing the safety of collars used to attach predation deterrent devices and ID tags to pet cats, Animal Welfare, 22, 1, pages 95 - 105.
  • Lee, J., Finn, H., Calver, M., (2013), Feeding activity of threatened black cockatoos in mine-site rehabilitation in the jarrah forest of south-western Australia, Australian Journal of Zoology, 61, 2, pages 119 - 131.
  • Clarke, J., Warren, K., Calver, M., de Tores, P., Mills, J., Robertson, I., (2013), Hematologic and Serum Biochemical Reference Ranges and an Assessment of Exposure to Infectious Diseases Prior to Translocation of the Threatened Western Ringtail Possum (Pseudocheirus Occidentalis), Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 49, 4, pages 831 - 840.
  • Calver, M., Lilith, M., Dickman, C., (2013), A 'perverse incentive' from bibliometrics: could National Research Assessment Exercises (NRAEs) restrict literature availability for nature conservation?, Scientometrics: an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy, 95, 1, pages 243 - 255.
  • Calver, M., Beatty, S., Bryant, K., Dickman, C., Ebner, B., Morgan, D., (2013), Users beware: implications of database errorswhen assessing the individual research records ofecologists and conservation biologists, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 19, , pages 320 - 330.
  • Ishaq, L., Barber, P., Hardy, G., Calver, M., Dell, B., (2013), Seedling mycorrhizal type and soil chemistry are related to canopy condition of Eucalyptus gomphocephala, Mycorrhiza, 23, 5, pages 359 - 371.
  • Calver, M., Fontaine, J., Linke, T., (2013), Publication models in a changing environment:bibliometric analysis of books and book chaptersusing publications by Surrey Beatty & Sons, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 19, , pages 394 - 408.
  • Pollock, K., Loneragan, N., Calver, M., (2013), Fisheries, wildlife, and conservation biologyeducation in Australia: current challenges andfuture directions, Australian Zoologist, 36, 4, pages 413 - 420.
  • Calver, M., O'Brien, P., Lilith, M., (2012), Australasian plant Pathology: An analysis of authorship and citations in the 21st century, Australasian Plant Pathology, 41, 2, pages 179 - 187.
  • Huberli, D., Hayden, K., Calver, M., Garbelotto, M., (2012), Intraspecific variation in host susceptibility and climatic factors mediate epidemics of sudden oak death in western US forests, Plant Pathology, 61, 3, pages 579 - 592.
  • Donaldson, R., Finn, H., Bejder, L., Lusseau, D., Calver, M., (2012), The social side of human-wildlife interaction: Wildlife can learn harmful behaviours from each other, Animal Conservation: the rapid publication journal for quantitative studies in conservation, 15, 5, pages 427 - 435.
  • Bamford, M., Calver, M., (2012), Cat Predation and Suburban Lizards: A 22 Year Study at a Suburban Australian Property, Open Conservation Biology, 60, , pages 25 - 29.
  • Scott, P., Jung, T., Shearer, B., Barber, P., Calver, M., Hardy, G., (2012), Pathogenicity of Phytophthora multivora to Eucalyptus gomphocephala and Eucalyptus marginata, Forest Pathology (Online), 42, 4, pages 289 - 298.
  • Ruthrof, K., Douglas, T., Calver, M., Craig, M., Dell, B., Hardy, G., (2012), The efficacy of soil ameliorants to improve early establishment in trees and shrubs in degraded Eucalyptus gomphocephala woodlands, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 18, , pages 310 - 318.
  • Biggs, E., Finn, H., Taplin, R., Calver, M., (2011), Landscape position predicts distribution of eucalypt feed trees for threatened black-cockatoos in the northern jarrah forest, Western Australia, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 94, 4, pages 541 - 548.
  • Ruthrof, K., Calver, M., Dell, B., Hardy, G., (2011), Look before planting: Using smokewater as an inventory tool to predict the soil seed bank and inform ecological management and restoration, Ecological Management & Restoration, 12, 2, pages 154 - 157.
  • Calver, M., Grayson, J., Lilith, M., Dickman, C., (2011), Applying the precautionary principle to the issue of impacts by pet cats on urban wildlife, Biological Conservation, 144, 6, pages 1895 - 1901.
  • Calver, M., Thomas, S., (2011), Effectiveness of the Liberator in reducing predation on wildlife by domestic cats, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 16, 4, pages 244 - 250.
  • Ruthrof, K., Douglas, T., Calver, M., Barber, P., Dell, B., Hardy, G., (2010), Restoration treatments improve seedling establishment in a degraded Mediterranean-type Eucalyptus ecosystem, Australian Journal of Botany, 58, 8, pages 646 - 655.
  • Calver, M., Bradley, J., (2010), Patterns of citations of open access and non-open access conservation biology journal papers and book chapters, Conservation Biology, 24, 3, pages 872 - 880.
  • Calver, M., Wardell-Johnson, G., Bradley, J., Taplin, R., (2010), What makes a journal international? A case study using conservation biology journals, Scientometrics: an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy, 85, 2, pages 387 - 400.
  • Donaldson, R., Finn, H., Calver, M., (2010), Illegal feeding increases risk of boat-strike and entanglement in Bottlenose Dolphins in Perth, Western Australia, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 16, 3, pages 157 - 161.
  • Huiyi Lee, J., Finn, H., Calver, M., (2010), Mine-site revegetation monitoring detects feeding by threatened black-cockatoos within 8 years, Ecological Management & Restoration, 11, 2, pages 141 - 143.
  • Dunstan, W., Rudman, T., Shearer, B., Moore, N., Paap, T., Calver, M., Dell, B., Hardy, G., (2010), Containment and spot eradication of a highly destructive, invasive plant pathogen (Phytophthora cinnamomi) in natural ecosystems, Biological Invasions, 12, 4, pages 913 - 925.
  • Zosky, K., Bryant, K., Calver, M., Wayne, A., (2010), Do preservation methods affect the identification of dietary components from faecal samples? A case study using a mycophagous marsupial, Australian Mammalogy, 32, 2, pages 173 - 176.
  • Lilith, M., Calver, M., Garkaklis, M., (2010), Do cat restrictions lead to increased species diversity or abundance of small and medium-sized mammals in remnant urban bushland?, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 16, 3, pages 162 - 172.
  • Calver, M., Bradley, J., (2009), Should we use the mean citations per paper to summarise a journal's impact or to rank journals in the same field?, Scientometrics: an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy, 81, 3, pages 611 - 615.
  • Twigg, L., Lowe, T., Hall, C., Calver, M., Martin, G., Stevenson, C., How, R., (2009), The potential of seed-eating birds to spread viable seeds of weeds and other undesirable plants, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 34, , pages 805 - 820.
  • Bryant, K., Calver, M., (2009), Evolution for undergraduates: fostering critical thinkers, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 92, 4, pages 399 - 407.
  • Ruthrof, K., Bell, R., Calver, M., (2009), Establishment of Eucalyptus gomphocephala (Tuart) woodland species in an abandoned limestone quarry: effects after 12 years, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 15, , pages 278 - 286.
  • Calver, M., Bryant, K., (2008), Pacific Conservation Biology: an authorship and citation analysis, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 14, , pages 285 - 303.
  • Finn, H., Calver, M., (2008), Feeding aggregation of Bottlenose Dolphins and Seabirds in Cockburn Sound, Western Australia, The Western Australian Naturalist, 26, 3, pages 157 - 172.
  • Huberli, D., Lutzy, B., Voss, B., Calver, M., Ormsby, M., Garbelotto, M., (2008), Susceptibility of New Zealand flora to Phytophthora ramorum and patholgen sporulation potential:an approach based on the precautionary principle, Australasian Plant Pathology, 37, , pages 615 - 625.
  • Calver, M., Hall, C., Twigg, L., Lowe, T., (2008), Can seed-eating birds spread viable canola seed?, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 14, , pages 119 - 127.
  • Barter, M., Newsome, D., Calver, M., (2008), Preliminary Quantitative Data on Behavioural Responses of Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) to Human Approach on Penguin Island, Western Australia, Journal of Ecotourism, 7, 2-3, pages 197 - 212.
  • Finn, H., Donaldson, R., Calver, M., (2008), Feeding Flipper: a case study of a human-dolphin interaction, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 14, , pages 215 - 225.
  • Calver, M., Thomas, S., Bradley, J., McCutcheon, H., (2007), Reducing the rate of predation on wildlife by pet cats: The efficacy and practicability of collar-mounted pounce protectors, Biological Conservation, XXXX, 137, pages 341 - 348.
  • Freegard, C., Calver, M., Richards, J., Bradley, J., (2007), Age estimation of pouch young and growth of the burrowing bettong, Bettongia Lesueur, (Marsupialia: Potoroidae) on Herisson Prong, Shark Bay, Western Australia, Australian Mammalogy, 29, 2, pages 157 - 167.
  • Calver, M., Styles, I., Lilith, M., Garkaklis, M., (2006), Protecting wildlife from predation by owned domestic cats: application of a precautionary approach to the acceptability of proposed cat regulations, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 31, , pages 176 - 189.
  • Wayne, A., Cowling, A., Ward, C., Lindenmayer, D., Velios, C., Donnelly, C., Calver, M., (2006), The abundance of a threatened arboreal marsupial in relation to anthropogenic disturbances at local and landscape scales in Mediterranean-type forests in south-western Australia, Biological Conservation, 127, , pages 463 - 476.
  • Dyson, S., Calver, M., (2003), The value of Animal Ethics Committees for wildlife research in conservation biology - an Australian perspective, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 9, , pages 86 - 94.
  • McComb, J., Calver, M., Thomas, S., Meddings, R., Mazanec, A., (2003), Eucalyptus camaldulensis x globulus hybrids, Australian Journal of Botany, 50, , pages 319 - 331.
  • Wenziker, K., Calver, M., Woodburn, T., (2003), Laboratory trials of the efficacy of the crown weevil Trichosirocalus mortadelo (Coleoptera: Curculionoidae) for the biological control of slender thistles Carduus pycnocephalus and C. tenuiflorus in southwestern Australia, Biocontrol science and technology, 13, , pages 655 - 670.
  • Parsons, B., Short, J., Calver, M., (2002), Evidence for male-biased dispersal in a reintroduced population of burrowing bettongs Bettongia lesueur at Heirisson Prong, Western Australia, Australian Mammalogy, 24, , pages 219 - 224.
  • Finn, H., Maxwell, M., Calver, M., (2002), Why does experimentation matter in teaching ecology?, Journal of Biological Education, 36, , pages 158 - 162.
  • Grayson, J., Calver, M., Styles, I., (2002), Attitudes of suburban Western Australians to proposed cat control legislation, Australian Veterinary Journal, 80, , pages 536 - 543.
  • Recher, H., Calver, M., Davis, W., (2002), Comparative foraging ecology of five species of ground-pouncing birds in western Australian woodlands with comments on species decline, Ornithological Science, 1, , pages 29 - 40.
  • Huberli, D., Tommerup, I., Calver, M., Colquhoun, I., Hardy, G., (2002), Temperature and inoculation method influence disease phenotypes and mortality of Eucalyptus marginata clonal lines inoculated with Phythophthora cinnamomi, Australasian Plant Pathology, 31, , pages 107 - 118.
  • Hart, R., Calver, M., Dickman, C., (2002), The index of relative importance: an alternative approach to reducing bias in descriptive studies of animal diets, Wildlife Research, 29, , pages 415 - 421.
  • Jose, D., McLean, I., Calver, M., (2002), Recognition of predators by two species of captive-reared peramelids, Australian Mammalogy, 24, , pages 213 - 217.
  • Huberli, D., Tommerup, I., Dobrowolski, M., Calver, M., Hardy, G., (2002), Temperature and inoculation method influence disease phenotypes and mortality of Eucalyptus marginata clonal lines inoculated with Phytophthora cinnamomi, Australasian Plant Pathology, 31, , pages 107 - 118.
  • Saffer, V., Calver, M., (2001), Chemotherapy for ecosystems: use of selective toxins to control invasive vertebrate pests, Ecosystem Health, 7, 4, pages 297 - 306.
  • Huberli, D., Tommerup, I., Dobrowolski, M., Calver, M., Hardy, G., (2001), Phenotypic variation in clonal lineage of two Phytophthora cinnamomi populations from Western Australia, Mycological Research, 105, 9, pages 1053 - 1064.
  • Calver, M., (2000), Lessons from preventive medicine for the precautionary principle and ecosystem health, Ecosystem Health, 6, 2, pages 99 - 107.
  • Risbey, D., Calver, M., Short, J., Bradley, J., Wright, I., (2000), The impact of cats and foxes on the small vertebrate fauna of Heirisson Prong, Western Australia. II. A field experiment., Wildlife Research, 27, , pages 223 - 235.
  • Calver, M., King, D., (2000), Why publication matters in conservation biology, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 6, 1, pages 2 - 8.
  • Risbey, D., Calver, M., Short, J., (1999), The impact of cats and foxes on the small vertebrate fauna of Heirisson Prong, Western Australia 1. Exploring potential impact using diet analysis, Wildlife Research, 26, , pages 621 - 630.
  • Calver, M., Bradley, J., Wright, I., (1999), Towards scientific contributions in applying the precautionary principle: an example from southwestern Australia, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 5, , pages 63 - 72.
  • Hart, R., McRoberts, K., Calver, M., (1998), The diet of nestling Straw-necked Ibis, Threskiornis spinicollis, at Capel, Western Australia, The Western Australian Naturalist, 22, , pages 129 - 134.
  • Calver, M., Dell, J., (1998), Conservation status of mammals and birds in south-western Australian forests. I. Is there evidence of direct links between forestry practices and species decline and extinction?, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 4, , pages 296 - 314.
  • Calver, M., Dell, J., (1998), Conservation status of mammals and birds in southwestern Australian forests. II. Are there unstudied, indirect or long-term links between forestry practices and species decline and extinction?, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 4, , pages 315 - 325.
  • Calver, M., Wooller, R., (1998), A non-destructive laboratory exercise for teaching some principles of predation., Journal of Biological Education, 33, 1, pages 45 - 48.
  • Calver, M., King, D., Risbey, D., Short, J., Twigg, L., (1998), Ecological blunders and conservation: the impact of introduced foxes and cats on Australian native fauna, Journal of Biological Education, 32, , pages 67 - 72.
  • Calver, M., Dickman, C., Feller, M., Hobbs, R., Horwitz, P., Recher, H., Wardell-Johnson, G., (1998), Towards resolving conflict between forestry and conservation in Western Australia, Australian Forestry, 61, , pages 258 - 266.
  • Maxwell, M., Calver, M., (1998), Bringing home the bacon: Potential energy return from prey and central place foraging in a Willie Wagtail, Rhipidura leucophrys, Emu: austral ornithology, 98, , pages 62 - 65.
  • Horwitz, P., Calver, M., (1998), Credible science? Evaluating the Regional Forest Agreement process in Western Australia, Australian Journal of Environmental Management, 5, , pages 213 - 225.
  • McConnell, M., Calver, M., (1997), Computer-aided Learning and Distance Education in Veterinary Clinical Pathology, Compartive Haematology International, 7, , pages 54 - 60.
  • Saffer, V., Calver, M., (1997), The size and type of prey taken by adult Rainbow Bee-eaters in the south-west of Australia, Emu: austral ornithology, 97, , pages 329 - 332.
  • Risbey, D., Calver, M., Short, J., (1997), Control of feral cats for nature conservation. 1. Field tests of four baiting methods, Wildlife Research, 24, , pages 319 - 326.

Conference

  • Calver, M., Bigler-Cole, H., Bolton, G., Dargavel, J., Gaynor, A., Horwitz, P., Mills, J., Wardell-Johnson, G., (2005),A forest conscienceness,In: 6th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society (AFHS) (2004).
  • Wardell-Johnson, G., Calver, M., (2005),Toward sustainable management: Southern Africa's Afromontane, and Western Australia's jarrah forests,In: 6th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society (AFHS) (2004).
  • Wardell-Johnson, G., Calver, M., (2004),Resolving historical sustainability in Western Australia's jarrah forests,In: 10th International Conference on Mediterranean Climate Ecosystems (2004).
  • McComb, J., Medding, R., Calver, M., Thomas, S., Mazenec, R., (2002),Eucalyptus camaldulensis x globulus hybrid morphology.,In: 12th Australasian Plant Breeding Conference (2002).