Peer-reviewed journal articles
Gregg, EA., Kusmanoff, AM., Garrard, G.E., Kidd, LR., Bekessy, SA., (2021) Biodiversity conservation cannot afford COVID-19 communication bungles, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2021.07.003 (preprint: Gregg_et_al_preprint_070721)
Selinske, MJ., Garrard, GE., Gregg, EA., Kusmanoff, AM., Kidd, LR., Cullen, MT, Cooper, M., Geary, WL., Hatty, MA, Hames, F., Kneebone, S., McLeod, EM., Ritchie, EG., Squires, ZE., Thomas, J., Willcock, MAW., Blair, S., Bekessy, S. (2020) Identifying and prioritizing human behaviours that benefit biodiversity. Conservation Science and Practice. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.249
Gregg, EA., Bekessy, SA., Martin, JK., Garrard, GE. (2020) Many IUCN red list species have names that evoke negative emotions. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. https://doi.org/10.1080/10871209.2020.1753132 (accepted manuscript: 2019-0158-Gregg-etal-Final)
Gregg, EA., Phillips, BP., Tingley, R. (2019) The on-ground feasibility of a waterless barrier to stop the spread of invasive cane toads in Western Australia. Conservation Science and Practice. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.74
Kidd, LR., Garrard, GE., Bekessy, SA., Mills, M., Camilleri, A., Fidler, F., Fielding, K., Gordon, A., Gregg, EA., Kusmanoff, A., Louis, W., Moon, K., Robinson, JA., Selinske, M., Shanahan, D., Adams, V. (2019) Messaging matters: a systematic review of the conservation messaging literature. Biological Conservation. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.05.020
Kidd, LR., Gregg, EA., Bekessy, SA., Robinson, JA., Garrard, GE. (2018) Tweeting for their lives: Visibility of threatened species on Twitter. Journal of Nature Conservation. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnc.2018.10.001
Other publications and media
Gregg, EA. (2018) ‘Defending Biodiversity: Environmental Science and Ethics’ (Book review). The Quarterly Review of Biology, vol. 93, no. 2, 145-146.
Gregg, EA. (2016) No water, no hope: investigating the feasibility of a waterless barrier to stop the toads (Master’s thesis). Department of Zoology, The University of Melbourne.
Popular science and media
‘No water, no hope: the on-ground feasibility of a waterless barrier to stop the spread of invasive cane toads in Western Australia’ Australasian Wildlife Management Society Newsletter (Online print), Vol 31, Issue 2, 2017.
‘Genetic Backburning’ Scope, episode 112: The Biological World (TV), June 2016.
‘No water, no hope: The feasibility of a waterless barrier to stop cane toad spread in Western Australia’ Australian Wildlife Magazine (Print), 2015.
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