Publications

Hauser, C.E., Rout, T.M., McCarthy, M.A. & Moore, J.L. (in press) Adaptive management improves decisions about where to search for invasive species. Biological Conservation.

Bode, M., Baker, C., Benshemesh, J., Burnard, T., Rumpff, E., Hauser, C.E., Lahoz-Monfort, J.J. & Wintle, B.A. (in press) Revealing beliefs: using ensemble ecosystem modeling to extrapolate expert beliefs to novel ecological scenarios. Methods in Ecology & Evolution.

Hester S.M., Hauser C.E. & Kean J.M. (in press) Tools for designing and evaluating post-border surveillance systems, in Invasive Species: risk assessment and management, eds Walshe T., Robinson A. & Burgman M.A.

Hauser C.E. & Rout T.M. (in press) Optimising resource allocation, in Invasive Species: risk assessment and management, eds Walshe T., Robinson A. & Burgman M.A.

Chadès I., Nicol S., Rout T.M., Peron M., Dujardin Y., Pichancourt J.-B., Hastings A. & Hauser C.E. (2017) Optimization methods to solve adaptive management problems. Theoretical Ecology 10: 1-20. doi:10.1007/s12080-016-0313-0

Dodd, A.J., Ainsworth, N., Hauser, C.E., Burgman, M.A. & McCarthy, M.A. (2017) Prioritizing plant eradication targets by re-framing the Project Prioritization Protocol (PPP) for use in biosecurity applications. Biological Invasions 19: 859-873. doi: 10.1007/s10530-016-1335-7

Hauser C.E. & Moore J.L. (2016) Estimating detectability using search experiments, in Detecting and Responding to Alien Plant Incursions, eds Wilson, J., Panetta, F.D. & Lindgren, C. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp 71-75.

Hauser C.E., Weiss J., Guillera-Arroita G., McCarthy M.A., Giljohann K.M. & Moore J.L. (2016) Designing detection experiments: three more case studies. In Randall R., Lloyd S & Borger C. (eds) Proceedings of the 20th Australasian Weeds Conference. Weeds Society of Western Australia, September 2016, pp 171-178.

Cherry H., Constantine A., Primrose K., Hauser C. & Tasker K. (2016) It takes a village: detection dogs, partnerships and volunteers aid hawkweed eradication in mainland Australia. In Randall R., Lloyd S & Borger C. (eds) Proceedings of the 20th Australasian Weeds Conference. Weeds Society of Western Australia, September 2016, pp 164-170.

Constantine A., Hauser C.E., Primrose K. & Smith N. (2016) Hawkweed (Hieracium spp.) surveillance: development  of a targeted and robust plan for the Victorian Alps. Plant Protection Quarterly 31: 28-32.

Bode M., Rumpff L., Benshemesh J., Burnard T., Lahoz-Monfort J., van Hespen R., Hauser C. & Wintle B. (2016) Predicting malleefowl dynamics using decision theory and qualitative ecosystem modelling. Proceedings of the 5th National Malleefowl Forum pp 223-236.

van Hespen R., Hauser C.E., Lahoz-Monfort J.J. & Rumpff L. (2016) Camera trap analysis of mallee wildlife. Proceedings of the 5th National Malleefowl Forum pp 221-222.

Lahoz-Monfort J.J. & Hauser C.E. (2016) Analysing the effects of ongoing and historical fox control on malleefowl population viability. Proceedings of the 5th National Malleefowl Forum pp 216-220.

Hauser C.E., Bode M., Rumpff L., Lahoz-Monfort J.J., Benshemesh J., Burnard T., van Hespen R. & Wintle B. (2016) Applying adaptive management principles to malleefowl conservation. Proceedings of the 5th National Malleefowl Forum pp 210-215.

Southwell D.M., Hauser C.E. & McCarthy M.A. (2016) Learning about colonization when managing metapopulations under an adaptive management framework. Ecological Applications 26: 279-294. doi: 10.1890/14-2430

Hauser C.E., Giljohann K.M., Rigby M., Herbert K., Curran I., Pascoe C., Williams N.S.G., Cousens R.D. & Moore J.L. (2016) Practicable methods for delimiting a plant invasion. Diversity & Distributions 22: 136-147. doi: 10.1111/ddi.12388

Hammond N.E.B., Hardie D., Hauser C.E. & Reid S. (2016) How would high priority pests be reported in the Western Australian grains industry. Crop Protection 79:26-33. doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2015.10.005

Hammond N.E.B., Hardie D., Hauser C.E. & Reid S. (2016) Can general surveillance detect high priority pests in the Western Australian grains industry? Crop Protection 79: 8-14. doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2015.10.004

Fraser H., Garrard G.E., Rumpff L., Hauser C.E. & McCarthy M.A. (2015) Consequences of inconsistently classifying woodland birds. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution 3:83. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2015.00083

Hauser C.E., Garrard G.E. & Moore J.L. (2015) Estimating detection rates and probabilities, in Biosecurity Surveillance: Quantitative Approaches, eds Jarrad F., Low Choy S. & Mengersen K. CAB International, Wallingford UK. pp 151-166.

Hauser C.E. (2015) Prioritising weed management alternatives, in Land of Sweeping Plains, eds Williams, N.S.G., Marshall, A. & Morgan, J.W. CSIRO Publishing, Clayton South VIC Australia. pp 230-231.

Lahoz-Monfort J.J., Guillera-Arroita G. & Hauser C.E. (2014) From planning to implementation: explaining connections between adaptive management and population models. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2:60. doi:10.3389/fevo.2014.00060.

Primrose K.A., Hauser C.E. & Williams N.S.G. (2014) Applying a re-emergence model to inform weed monitoring visitation rates. In Baker, M. (ed) Proceedings of the 19th Australasian Weeds Conference. Tasmanian Weed Society, September 2014, pp. 338-341.

Guillera-Arroita G., Hauser C.E. & McCarthy M.A. (2014) Optimal surveillance strategy for invasive species management when surveys stop after detection. Ecology & Evolution 4: 1751-1760.

Kendal D., Hauser C.E., Garrard G.E., Jellinek S., Giljohann K.M. & Moore J.L. (2013) Quantifying plant colour and colour difference as perceived by humans using digital images. PLoS ONE 8: e72296.

Hester S.M., Cacho O.J., Panetta F.D. & Hauser C.E. (2013) Economic aspects of post-border weed risk management. Diversity & Distributions 19: 580-589.

Moore J.L., Rout T.M., Hauser C.E., Moro D., Jones M., Wilcox C. & Possingham H.P. (2013) Protecting islands from pest invasion: response to Greenslade et al. Biological Conservation 157: 435-436.

Hauser C.E., Moore J.L., Giljohann K.M., Garrard G.E. & McCarthy M.A. (2012) Designing a detection experiment: tricks and trade-offs. In Eldershaw V. (ed) Proceedings of the 18th Australasian Weeds Conference. Weed Society of Victoria, October 2012, pp. 267-272.

Giljohann K.M., Hauser C.E., Williams N.S.G. & Moore J.L. (2011) Optimizing invasive species control across space: willow invasion management in the Australian Alps. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 1286-1294.

Månsson J., Hauser C.E., Andren H. & Possingham H.P. (2011) Survey method choice for wildlife management: the case of moose Alces Alces in Sweden. Wildlife Biology 17: 176-190.

Moore J.L., Hauser C.E., Bear J.L., Williams N.S.G. & McCarthy M.A. (2011) Estimating detection-effort curves for plants using search experiments. Ecological Applications 21: 601-607.

Probert W.J.M., Hauser C.E., McDonald-Madden E., Runge M.C., Baxter P.W.J. & Possingham H.P. (2011) Managing and learning with multiple models: objectives and optimization algorithms. Biological Conservation 144: 1237-1245.

McCarthy M.A., Thompson C.J., Hauser C.E., Burgman M.A., Possingham H.P., Moir M.L., Tiensin T. & Gilbert M. (2010) Resource allocation for efficient environmental management. Ecology Letters 13: 1280-1289.

Moore J.L., Rout T.M., Hauser C.E., Moro D., Jones M., Wilcox C. & Possingham H.P. (2010) Protecting islands from pest invasion: optimal allocation of biosecurity resources between quarantine and surveillance. Biological Conservation 143: 1068-1078.

McDonald-Madden E., Probert W.J.M., Hauser C.E., Runge M.C., Possingham H.P., Jones M.E., Moore, J.L., Rout T.M., Vesk P.A. & Wintle B.A. (2010) Active adaptive conservation of threatened species in the face of uncertainty. Ecological Applications 20(5): 1476-1489.

Hauser C.E. (2009) Where and how much? A spreadsheet that allocates surveillance effort for a weed. Plant Protection Quarterly 24(3): 94-97.

Hauser C.E. & McCarthy M.A. (2009) Streamlining ‘search and destroy’: cost-effective surveillance for pest management. Ecology Letters 12(7): 683-692.

Probert W.J.M., McDonald-Madden E., Hauser C.E., Baxter P.W.J & Possingham H.P. (2009) Knowledge gain or system benefit in environmental decision making? In Anderssen R.S., Braddock R.D. and Newham L.T.H. (eds) 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 2009, pp. 1788-1794.

Rout T.M., Hauser C.E. & Possingham H.P. (2009) Optimal adaptive management for the translocation of a threatened species. Ecological Applications 19(2): 515-526.

Moore A.L., Hauser C.E. & McCarthy M.A. (2008) How we value the future affects our desire to learn. Ecological Applications 18(4): 1061-1069.

Hauser C.E. & Possingham H.P. (2008) Experimental or precautionary? Adaptive management over a range of time horizons. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 72-81.

Hauser C. E., Runge M. C., Cooch E. G., Johnson F. A., & Harvey W. F. (2007) Optimal control of Atlantic population Canada Geese. Ecological Modelling 201: 27-36.

Rout T.M., Hauser C.E. & Possingham H.P. (2007) Minimise long-term loss or maximise short-term gain? Optimal translocation strategies for threatened species. Ecological Modelling 201: 67-74.

Hauser C. E., Cooch E. G., & Lebreton J.-D. (2006) Control of structured populations by harvest. Ecological Modelling 196: 462-470.

Hauser C. E., Pople A. R. & Possingham H. P. (2006) Should managed populations be monitored every year? Ecological Applications 16(2): 807-819.

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