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Dr Cristina Ramalho

Research Fellow
Ecosystem Restoration and Intervention Ecology Research Group

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Address
Ecosystem Restoration and Intervention Ecology Research Group
The University of Western Australia (M090)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 4565
Email
cristina.ramalho@uwa.edu.au
Personal homepage
http://www.web.uwa.edu.au/people/cristina.ramalho
Location
Room G18, Botany Building, Perth campus

Research Fellow
Biological Sciences, School of

Contact details
Address
School of Biological Sciences
The University of Western Australia (M090)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 4565
Email
cristina.ramalho@uwa.edu.au
Personal homepage
http://www.web.uwa.edu.au/people/cristina.ramalho
Location
Room G18, Botany Building, Perth campus
Qualifications
Hons(Bio) Lisbon, MSc(GIS) LisbonTech, PhD W.Aust.
Publications
Ramalho C.E., Byrne M., Yates C. A spatially explicit approach to support decision-making for seed provenance selection in ecological restoration under the influence of climate change (in review).

Ramalho C.E., Chambers B., Otwell K., Wilson B., Yates C., Barrett G. Influence of urban encroachment, roads, and fire on the viability of a medium-sized mammal in a rapidly urbanizing landscape (in review).

Dalmaris E.*, Ramalho C.E.*, Poot P., Veneklaas E.J., Byrne M. (2015) A climate change context for the decline of a foundation tree species in south-western Australia – insights from phylogeography and species distribution modelling. Annals of Botany, 116: 941-952. *Equal contribution as first author. Invited article for a special issue on Plants and Climate Change.

Bolleter J., Ramalho C. E. (2014). The potential of ecologically enhanced urban parks to encourage and catalyse densification in greyfield suburbs. Journal of Landscape Architecture, 9(3): 54-65.

Ramalho C.E., Laliberté E., Poot P., Hobbs R.J. (2014). Complex effects of fragmentation on remnant woodland plant communities of a rapidly urbanizing biodiversity hotspot. Ecology, 95: 2466-2478.

Shackelford N., Hobbs R., Burgar J., Fontaine J., Laliberté E., Ramalho C.E., Standish R. (2013). Primed for change: developing ecological restoration for the 21st century. Restoration Ecology, 21(3): 297-304.

Perring M., Manning P., Hobbs R.J., Lugo A.L., Ramalho C.E., Standish R. (2013). Novel urban ecosystems and ecosystem services. In: Novel Ecosystems: intervening in the new ecological world order. R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs and C.M. Hall (eds). Wiley Press.

Ramalho C.E., Hobbs R.J. (2012). Straw man or scaffolding? Building the foundations of urban ecology: a reply to McDonnell et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 27(5): 255-256.

Ramalho C.E., Hobbs R.J. (2012). Time for a change: dynamic urban ecology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 27(3): 179-188 (covered by the BBC Science & Environment News, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16032471).

Magalhaes M.F., Ramalho C.E. & Collares-Pereira M.J. (2008). Assessing biotic integrity in a Mediterranean watershed: development and evaluation of a fish-based index. Fisheries Management & Ecology, 15: 273-289.

Technical reports:
Trocini S., Barrett G., Howard K. and Ramalho C.E. (2015). Rakali Community Survey 2014-2015. Report prepared by WWF-Australia and the Western Australian Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia. WWF-Australia, Perth, WA.

Howard K.H., Barrett G., Ramalho C.E., Friend T., Boyland R., Hudson J., Wilson B. (2014). Quenda Community Quenda Survey 2012. Report prepared by WWF-Australia and the Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia. WWF-Australia, Perth, WA.

Ramalho C.E., Barrett G., Glossop B., Mitchell D., Wilson B., Clarke K. (2013). Spatial conservation prioritization in the Swan Region – a pilot study using Marxan. Department of Parks and Wildlife. Perth, Western Australia.

Ramalho C.E., Glossop B., Barrett G., Wilson B., Willers N., Friend T. (2013). Modelling the potential habitat of the Quenda (Isoodon obesulus fusciventer) in the Swan Region, Western Australia. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Perth, Western Australia.
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