Thomas Edward Martin
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Mammal and bird species held in zoos are less endemic and less threatened than their close relatives not held in zoos
TE Martin, H Lurbiecki, JB Joy, AO Mooers
Animal Conservation 17 (2), 89-96, 2014
Impacts of tropical forest disturbance upon avifauna on a small island with high endemism: implications for conservation
TE Martin, GA Blackburn
Conservation and Society 8 (2), 127-139, 2010
The avifauna of Lambusango Forest Reserve, Buton Island, south-east Sulawesi, with additional sightings from southern Buton
TE Martin, DJ Kelly, NT Keogh, D Heriyadi, HA Singer, GA Blackburn
Forktail 28, 107-112, 2012
Tropical forest canopies and their relationships with climate and disturbance: results from a global dataset of consistent field-based measurements
M Pfeifer, A Gonsamo, W Woodgate, L Cayuela, AR Marshall, A Ledo, ...
Forest Ecosystems 5 (1), 1-14, 2018
The effectiveness of a Mesoamerican ‘paper park’in conserving cloud forest avifauna
TE Martin, GA Blackburn
Biodiversity and conservation 18 (14), 3841, 2009
Conservation value of secondary forest habitats for endemic birds, a perspective from two widely separated tropical ecosystems
TE Martin, GA Blackburn
Ecography 37 (3), 250-260, 2014
Global representation of threatened amphibians ex situ is bolstered by non‐traditional institutions, but gaps remain
A Biega, DA Greenberg, AO Mooers, OR Jones, TE Martin
Animal Conservation 20 (2), 113-119, 2017
Distribution and status of threatened and endemic marsupials on the offshore islands of south-east Sulawesi, Indonesia
TE Martin, J Monkhouse, DP O'Connell, K Analuddin, A Karya, ...
Australian Mammalogy 41 (1), 76-81, 2019
Variability in the effectiveness of two ornithological survey methods between tropical forest ecosystems
TE Martin, J Nightingale, J Baddams, J Monkhouse, A Kaban, ...
PloS one 12 (1), e0169786, 2017
Community Perceptions of the Crop-Feeding Buton Macaque (Macaca ochreata brunnescens): an Ethnoprimatological Study on Buton Island, Sulawesi
J Hardwick, NEC Priston, TE Martin, DG Tosh, AH Mustari, K Abernathy
International Journal of Primatology, 2017
The herpetofauna of central Uzbekistan
TE Martin, M Guillemin, V Nivet-Mazerolles, C Landsmann, J Dubos, ...
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation 11 (1), 93-107, 2017
New records from Buton Island, Sulawesi, Indonesia
T Martin, S Kelly, G Froese, J Brodie, Y Mulyani, D Kelly
BirdingASIA 23 (1), 128, 2015
A review of the ecological value of Cusuco National Park an urgent call for conservation action in a highly threatened Mesoamerican cloud forest
T Martin, S Jones, H Hoskins, N McCann, S BATKE, D Kelly, J Kolby, ...
Journal of Mesoamerican Biology 1 (1), 6-50, 2021
Pioneering a fungal inventory at Cusuco National Park, Honduras
D Haelewaters, N Schoutteten, P Medina-van Berkum, TE Martin, ...
Journal of Mesoamerican Biology 1 (1), 112-132, 2021
An assessment of the avifauna of the Wakatobi Islands, South-east Sulawesi, Indonesia: species recorded and taxonomic considerations
DP O'Connell, DJ Kelly, SBA Kelly, K Analuddin, A Karya, NM Marples, ...
Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 68, 574-587, 2020
An assessment of the effectiveness of two methods in describing a neotropical cloud forest bird community
TE Martin, GA Blackburn, W Simcox
Ornitologia Neotropical 21, 131-147, 2010
‘Lost’ taxa and their conservation implications
TE Martin, GC Bennett, A Fairbairn, AO Mooers
Animal Conservation, 2022
Are neotropical predictors of forest epiphyte–host relationships consistent in Indonesia?
RM Hayward, TE Martin, TMA Utteridge, AH Mustari, AR Marshall
Journal of Tropical Ecology 33 (2), 178-182, 2017
Bird records from south-central Uzbekistan, 2010–2013
TE Martin, V Nivet-Mazerolles, C Landsmann, M Guillemin, J Dubos, ...
Sandgrouse 36 (1), 34-49, 2014
Identifying the drivers of spatial taxonomic and functional beta-diversity of British breeding birds
JP Wayman, JP Sadler, TAM Pugh, TE Martin, JA Tobias, TJ Matthews
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 620062, 2021
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