Dr Sacha Jellinek
Dr Sacha Jellinek
University of Melbourne, School of Ecosystem and Forest Science
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Environmental and vegetation variables have a greater influence than habitat fragmentation in structuring lizard communities in remnant urban bushland
S Jellinek, DA Driscoll, JB Kirkpatrick
Austral ecology 29 (3), 294-304, 2004
Quantifying plant colour and colour difference as perceived by humans using digital images
D Kendal, CE Hauser, GE Garrard, S Jellinek, KM Giljohann, JL Moore
PLoS one 8 (8), e72296, 2013
Are incentive programs working? Landowner attitudes to ecological restoration of agricultural landscapes
S Jellinek, KM Parris, DA Driscoll, PD Dwyer
Journal of environmental management 127, 69-76, 2013
Modelling the benefits of habitat restoration in socio-ecological systems
S Jellinek, L Rumpff, DA Driscoll, KM Parris, BA Wintle
Biological Conservation 169, 60-67, 2014
Reptiles in restored agricultural landscapes: the value of linear strips, patches and habitat condition
S Jellinek, KM Parris, MA McCarthy, BA Wintle, DA Driscoll
Animal Conservation 17 (6), 544-554, 2014
Negotiating multiple motivations in the science and practice of ecological restoration
C Wyborn, S Jellinek, B Cooke
Ecological Management & Restoration 13 (3), 249-253, 2012
Integrating diverse social and ecological motivations to achieve landscape restoration
S Jellinek, KA Wilson, V Hagger, L Mumaw, B Cooke, AM Guerrero, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (1), 246-252, 2019
Are only the strong surviving? Little influence of restoration on beetles (Coleoptera) in an agricultural landscape
S Jellinek, KM Parris, DA Driscoll
Biological conservation 162, 17-23, 2013
Natural History of the Coorong, Lower Lakes, and Murray Mouth Region (Yarluwar-Ruwe)
L Mosley, Q Ye, S Shepherd, S Hemming, R Fitzpatrick
University of Adelaide Press on behalf of the Royal Society of South Australia, 2019
Using prioritisation tools to strategically restore vegetation communities in fragmented agricultural landscapes
S Jellinek
Ecological Management & Restoration 18 (1), 45-53, 2017
Facilitating the restoration of aquatic plant communities in a Ramsar wetland
S Jellinek, T Te, SL Gehrig, H Stewart, JM Nicol
Restoration Ecology 24 (4), 528-537, 2016
Establishing Victoria's Ecological Infrastructure: A Guide to Creating Climate Future Plots
S Jellinek, T Bailey
https://www.greeningaustralia.org.au/publications/guide-to-creating-climate …, 2020
Replanting agricultural landscapes: How well do plants survive after habitat restoration?
S. Jellinek, T. Te, J. Tuck, P. A. Harrison
Restoration Ecology, 2020
The value of revegetated linear strips and patches of habitat for faunal conservation: reconciling ecological and landholder perspectives
S Jellinek
Monitoring of Phragmites australis expansion and recruitment within the Black Swamp and lower Tookayerta Region: A Final Report to Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth …
R Duffield, T Roberts
Conservation Council of SA and the University of Adelaide. Funded by …, 2016
The Influence of Habitat Fragmentation on Reptile Species Located in an Urban Landscape
S Jellinek
University of Tasmania, 2002
Facilitating collaborations between researchers and practitioners in ecosystem management and restoration
S Jellinek, S Lloyd, C Catterall, C Sato
Ecological Management & Restoration 22 (2), 208-213, 2021
Evaluating revegetation outcomes through community based monitoring. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Technical Report Series No. 321. Department of Environment
S Jellinek, T O’Brien, A Bennett
Land, Water and Planning, Heidelberg, Victoria, 2020
Terrestrial vegetation of the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth region
S Jellinek, T Croft, T Te
Natural History of the Coorong Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth region (Yarluwar …, 2019
Resilience planning in restored landscapes
S Jellinek, E Raulings, D Reddan, A Phillips
Restore, Regenerate, Revegetate, 41, 2018
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