Saving our Species science and research

The Saving our Species team has produced several scientific publications and other resources on threatened species and their habitats.

Scientific publications and resources

Spotted-tail quoll (Dasyurus maculatus)External and collaborative publications

The following are external and internal papers and publications with authorship or contributions by Saving our Species team members.

Monitoring threatened species and ecological communities
Brazill-Boast J 2018, Saving our Species: cost-effective monitoring and evaluation for a large-scale threatened species program, in S Legge, D Lindenmayer, N Robinson, B Scheele, D Southwell and B Wintle (eds) Monitoring threatened species and ecological communities, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, 17, Section 3

Spending limited resources on de-extinction could lead to net biodiversity loss

Bennett JR, Maloney RF Steeves TE, Brazill-Boast J, Possingham HP, Seddon PJ 2017, Spending limited resources on de-extinction could lead to net biodiversity loss; Nature Ecology and Evolution, Vol1, Article 0053

Other external publications

Recovering Australian Threatened Species – A Book of Hope
Stephen Garnett, Peter Latch, David Lindenmayer, John Woinarski (eds) 2018, Recovering Australian Threatened Species – A Book of Hope, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne showcases successful conservation stories and identifies approaches and implementation methods that have been most effective in recovering threatened species.

Saving our Species publications

Our general publications include Saving our Species publications, news and videos and historic recovery plans.

Science and research grants

Saving our Species collaborates on scientific research projects. For instance, the environmental science grant projects.