McComb LB., Lentini PE., Harley DKP., Lumsden LF., Antrobus JS., Eyre AC., Briscoe NJ. (2018) Feral cat predation on Leadbeater’s possum (Gymnobelideus leadbeateri) and observations of arboreal hunting at nest boxes. Australian Mammalogy,

Morán-Ordóñez, A.,  Briscoe, N.J.,  Wintle, B.A. (2018) Modelling species responses to extreme weather provides new insights into constraints on range and likely climate change impacts for Australian mammals. Ecography, 41(2):308-320 (PDF of accepted article)

Griffiths, SR., Rowland, JA., Briscoe, NJ., Lentini, PE.,  Handasyde, KA., Lumsden, LF., Robert KA. (2017) Surface reflectance drives nest box temperature profiles and thermal suitability for target wildlife, PLOS ONE,

Rowland, J.A.,  Briscoe, N. J., & Handasyde, K. A. (2017) Comparing the thermal suitability of nest-boxes and tree-hollows for the conservation-management of arboreal marsupials, Biological Conservation 209:341-348 (PDF of accepted article)

Mathewson, P D., Moyer-Horner, L., Beever, E. A., Briscoe, N. J., Kearney, M., Yahn, J. M., Porter, W. P. (2017) Mechanistic variables can enhance predictive models of endotherm distributions: the American pika under current, past, and future climates. Global Change Biology 23(3): 1048–1064,

Briscoe, N. J., Kearney, M. R., Taylor, C.A., Wintle, B. A. (2016) Unpacking the mechanisms captured by a correlative species distribution model to improve predictions of climate refugia. Global Change Biology 22(7) : 2425-39,

Briscoe N. J., Krockenberger A, Handasyde K. A.,  Kearney M. R.  (2015) Bergmann meets Scholander: geographic variation in body size and insulation in the koala is related to climate. Journal of Biogeography 42(2) : 791-802,

Briscoe, N. J. (2015) Tree-hugging behaviour beats the heat. Temperature, 2(1): 33-35 doi:10.4161/23328940.2014.954420

Briscoe N. J., Handasyde K. A., Griffiths SR, Porter W. P., Krockenberger A, Kearney M. R. (2014) Tree-hugging koalas demonstrate a novel thermoregulatory mechanism for arboreal mammals. Biology Letters, doi:10.1098/rsbl.2014.0235

Briscoe, N. J., Porter, W. P., Sunnucks, P. & Kearney, M. R. (2012) Stage-dependent physiological responses in a butterfly cause non-additive effects on phenology. Oikos, 121:1464-1472, https://doi-org/10.1111/j.1600-0706.2011.20049.x

Kearney, M. R., Briscoe, N. J., Karoly, D. J., Porter, W. P., Norgate, M. & Sunnucks, P. (2010) Early emergence in a butterfly causally linked to anthropogenic warming. Biology Letters, 6: 674-677,


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