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Ben Hoffmann
Ben Hoffmann
Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO
Verified email at csiro.au
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Using ants as bioindicators in land management: simplifying assessment of ant community responses
AN Andersen, BD Hoffmann, WJ Müller, AD Griffiths
Journal of applied Ecology 39 (1), 8-17, 2002
5032002
Responses of ants to disturbance in Australia, with particular reference to functional groups
BD Hoffmann, AN Andersen
Austral Ecology 28 (4), 444-464, 2003
3702003
Use of terrestrial invertebrates for biodiversity monitoring in Australian rangelands, with particular reference to ants
AN Andersen, A Fisher, BD Hoffmann, JL Read, R Richards
Austral ecology 29 (1), 87-92, 2004
2742004
Adapting island conservation to climate change. Response to Andréfouët et al
C Bellard, J Russell, BD Hoffmann, C Leclerc, F Courchamp
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (1), 2-3, 2015
2512015
Impact of an introduced ant on native rain forest invertebrates: Pheidole megacephala in monsoonal Australia
BD Hoffmann, AN Andersen, GJE Hill
Oecologia 120 (4), 595-604, 1999
2181999
The economic cost of managing invasive species in Australia
BD Hoffmann, LM Broadhurst
NeoBiota 31, 1-18, 2016
1732016
Climate change, sea-level rise, and conservation: keeping island biodiversity afloat
F Courchamp, BD Hoffmann, JC Russell, C Leclerc, C Bellard
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (3), 127-130, 2014
1482014
Using ants for rangeland monitoring: global patterns in the responses of ant communities to grazing
BD Hoffmann
Ecological Indicators 10 (2), 105-111, 2010
1162010
Ants as indicators of minesite restoration: community recovery at one of eight rehabilitation sites in central Queensland
AN Andersen, BD Hoffmann, J Somes
Ecological Management & Restoration 4, S12-S19, 2003
1092003
Improving invasive ant eradication as a conservation tool: A review
BD Hoffmann, GM Luque, C Bellard, ND Holmes, CJ Donlan
Biological Conservation 198, 37-49, 2016
1042016
Eradication of two exotic ants from Kakadu National Park
BD Hoffmann, S O'Connor
Ecological Management & Restoration 5 (2), 98-105, 2004
982004
Responses of ant communities to dry sulfur deposition from mining emissions in semi‐arid tropical Australia, with implications for the use of functional groups
BD Hoffmann, AD Griffiths, AN Andersen
Austral Ecology 25 (6), 653-663, 2000
962000
Worldwide ant invasions under climate change
C Bertelsmeier, GM Luque, BD Hoffmann, F Courchamp
Biodiversity and conservation 24 (1), 117-128, 2015
852015
An invasion revisited: the African big-headed ant (Pheidole megacephala) in northern Australia
BD Hoffmann, CL Parr
Biological invasions 10 (7), 1171-1181, 2008
822008
Climate mediates the effects of disturbance on ant assemblage structure
H Gibb, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn, S Watson, M Photakis, S Abril, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1808), 20150418, 2015
792015
Responses of ant communities to experimental fire regimes on rangelands in the Victoria River District of the Northern Territory
BD Hoffmann
Austral Ecology 28 (2), 182-195, 2003
792003
Biological invasions and natural colonisations: are they that different?
BD Hoffmann, F Courchamp
NeoBiota 29, 1-14, 2016
712016
Changes in ant species composition and community organisation along grazing gradients in semi-arid rangelands of the Northern Territory.
B Hoffmann
The Rangeland Journal 22 (2), 171-189, 2000
702000
Yellow crazy ant (Anoplolepis gracilipes) invasions within undisturbed mainland Australian habitats: no support for biotic resistance hypothesis
BD Hoffmann, WC Saul
Biological Invasions 12 (9), 3093-3108, 2010
622010
Achieving highly successful multiple agency collaborations in a cross‐cultural environment: experiences and lessons from Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation and partners
BD Hoffmann, S Roeger, P Wise, J Dermer, BP Yunupingu, D Lacey, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 13 (1), 42-50, 2012
592012
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