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, (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.

Gregg, EA., Bekessy, SA., Martin, JK., Garrard, GE. (2020) Many IUCN red list species have names that evoke negative emotions. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. (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

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.

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.

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 AustraliaAustralasian Wildlife Management Society Newsletter (Online print), Vol 31, Issue 2, 2017.

Genetic BackburningScope, 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 AustraliaAustralian Wildlife Magazine (Print), 2015.

Blog contributions

I am a contributor to Please keep to the path, an online conservation psychology resource reporting on classic and contemporary research in short and engaging ‘bytes’.

I also enjoy writing popular/narrative science articles, which you can find here.