Thomas Newsome

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In Press

30. Doherty T, Dickman CR, Glen AS, Newsome TM, Nimmo DG, Ritchie EG, Wirsing AJ, Vanak AT (In press) The global impacts of domestic dogs on threatened vertebrates (Biological Conservation)

29. Newsome TM, Greenville AC, Ćirović D, Dickman CR, Johnson CN, Krofel M, Letnic M, Ripple WJ, Ritchie EG, Stoyanov S, Wirsing AJ (In press) Top predators constrain mesopredator distributions (Nature Communications)

28. Newsome TM, Greenville AC, Letnic M, Ritchie EG, Dickman CR (In press) The case for a dingo reintroduction in Australia remains strong: a reply to Morgan et al. 2016 (Food Webs)

27. Krofel M, Giannatos G, Cirovic D, Newsome TM (In press) Golden jackal expansion in Europe: a case of mesopredator release triggered by continent-wide wolf persecution? (Hystrix – Italian Journal of Mammalogy)

26. Newsome TM, Spencer EE, Dickman CR (In press) Short term tracking of three red foxes in the Simpson Desert reveals large home-range sizes (Australian Mammalogy)

2017

25. Ripple WJ, et al. (including Newsome TM) (I2017) Conserving the world’s megafauna: the fierce urgency of now (BioScience) (Altmetric Score = 76)

24. Newsome TM, Fleming PJS, Dickman CR, Doherty T, Ripple WJ, Ritchie EG, Wirsing AJ (2017) Making a new dog? (BioScience)

23. Molsher R, Newsome AE, Newsome TM, Dickman CR (2017) Mesopredator management: effects of red fox control on the abundance, diet and use of space by feral cats (PLOS ONE)

22. Legge S, et al (including Newsome TM) (2017) Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia? (Biological Conservation) (Altmetric Score = 485)

2016

21. Ripple WJ, et al. (including Newsome TM) (2016) Bushmeat hunting and extinction risk in the world’s mammals (Royal Society Open Science) (Altmetric Score = 492)

20. Ripple WJ, et al. (including Newsome TM) (2016) Saving the world’s terrestrial megafauna (BioScience) (Altmetric Score = 891)

19. Ripple WJ, Newsome TM, Kerly GIH (2016) Does trophy hunting support biodiversity. A reply to Di Minin et al. (Trends in Ecology and Evolution)

18. Newsome TM, Boitani L, Chapron G, Ciucci P, Dickman CR, Dellinger JA, López-Bao JV, Peterson RO, Shores CR, Wirsing AJ, Ripple WJ (2016) Food habits of the world’s grey wolves (Mammal Review)

17. Newsome TM, Newsome AE (2016) The red kangaroo in Central Australia: an early account by AE Newsome (CSIRO Publishing – ORDER DETAILS HERE)

 2015

16. Newsome TM, Bruskotter JT, Ripple WJ (2015) When shooting a coyote kills a wolf: Mistaken identity or misguided management? (Biodiversity and Conservation)

15. Dickman CR, and Newsome TM (2015) Individual hunting behaviour and prey specialisation in the house cat Felis catus: implications for conservation and management (Applied Animal Behaviour Science)

14. Ripple WJ, Newsome TM, Wolf C, Dirzo R, Everatt KT, Galetti M, Hayward MW, Kerley GIH, Levi T, Lindsey PA, Macdonald DW, Malhi Y, Painter LE, Sandom CJ, Terborgh J, Van Valkenburgh B (2015). Collapse of the world’s largest herbivores (Science Advances) (Altmetric Score = 561)

13. Newsome TM, and Ripple WJ (2015) Carnivore coexistence: trophic cascades (Science)

12. Newsome TM, Ballard G, Crowther MS, Glen AS, Dellinger JA, Fleming PJS, Greenville AC, Johnson CN, Letnic M, Moseby KE, Nimmo DG, Nelson MP, Read JL, Ripple WJ, Ritchie EG, Shores CR, Wallach AD, Wirsing AJ, and Dickman CR (2015) Resolving the value of the dingo in ecological restoration (Restoration Ecology) (Altmetric Score = 107)

11. Newsome TM, and Ripple WJ (2015) A continental scale trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes to foxes (Journal of Animal Ecology) (Altmetric Score = 59)

10. Newsome TM, Dellinger JA, Pavey CR, Ripple WJ, Shores CR, Wirsing AJ, and Dickman CR (2015) The ecological effects of providing resource subsidies to predators (Global Ecology and Biogeography)

 2014

9. Newsome TM, Crowther MS, and Dickman CR (2014) Rapid recolonisation by the European red fox: how effective are uncoordinated and isolated control programs? (European Journal of Wildlife Research)

8. Newsome TM (2014) Makings of icons: Alan Newsome, the red kangaroo and the dingo (Historical Records of Australian Science)

7. Johnson CN, Crowther MS, Dickman CR, Letnic MI, Newsome TM, Nimmo DG, Ritchie EG, and Wallach AD (2014). Experiments in no-impact control of dingoes: comment on Allen et al. 2013 (Frontiers In Zoology)

6. Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, van de Ven R, Story G, and Dickman CR (2014) Human-resource subsidies alter the dietary preferences of a mammalian top-predator (Oecologia)

5. Newsome TM, Ballard G, Crowther MC, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2014) Dietary niche overlap of free-roaming dingoes and domestic dogs: the role of human provided food (Journal of Mammalogy)

 2013

4. Newsome TM, Ballard G, Dickman CR, Fleming PJS, and van de Ven R (2013) Home range, activity and sociality of a top-predator, the dingo: a test of the Resource Dispersion Hypothesis (Ecography)

3. Newsome TM, Ballard G, Dickman CR, Fleming PJS, and Howden C (2013) Anthropogenic resource subsidies determine space use by Australian arid zone dingoes: an improved resource selection modelling approach (PLOS ONE)

2. Newsome TM, Stephens D, Ballard G, Dickman CR, and Fleming PJS (2013) Genetic profile of dingoes (Canis lupus dingo) and free-roaming domestic dogs (C. l. familiaris) in the Tanami Desert, Australia (Wildlife Research)

1. Matthews A, et al., (including Newsome TM) (2013) The success of GPS collar deployments on mammals in Australia (Australian Mammalogy)

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Published Dataset

Newsome TM, Ripple WJ (2014) Data from: A continental scale trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes to foxes. (Dryad Digital Repository).

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Opinion Pieces

A large-scale experiment to test whether reintroducing the dingo can help save native species (Nature New South Wales)

Can we live without large herbivores (Australasian Science)

Let’s move the world’s longest fence to settle the dingo debate (The Conversation)

Mourn our lost mammals, while helping the survivors battle back (The Conversation)

What American wolves can teach us about Australian dingoes (The Conversation)

Want dingoes to leave people alone? Cut the junk food (The Conversation)

Dog fence proposal reignites debate over role of dingoes (ECOS)

Good or evil: what role for the dingo in Australia (COSMOS)

Non-violence has its place but let’s give dingoes due credit (The Conversation)

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Conference Abstracts

Newsome TM (2016) Top predators can constrain mesopredator distributions. Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Auckland, NZ

Newsome TM (2016) The predator edge hypothesis. Australian Mammal Society Conference, Alice Springs, NT

Newsome TM (2015) What can we learn from 90,000 wolf scats. Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Perth, WA

Newsome TM (2015) What did the wolf eat? Understanding the diet of a globally distributed predator. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Adelaide, SA

Newsome TM (2014) Hybridization and its influence on the great dingo debate. IBRI Wolf Conference, Grosseto, Italy (attended as a guest of the European Union)

Newsome TM and Ripple WJ (2014) Reconciling our differences with the dingo through the eyes of the wolf. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Alice Springs, NT

Newsome TM and Ripple WJ (2014) Facilitating a trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes to foxes: how much wilderness is enough? Ecological Society of America Conference, Sacramento, CA

Newsome TM and Ripple WJ (2014) A wolf driven trophic cascade among carnivores across North America. Australian Mammal Society Conference, Melbourne, VIC

Newsome TM and Ripple WJ (2014) A continental scale trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes to foxes. Gordon Research Conference; Predator-Prey Interactions, Ventura, California, USA

Newsome TM and Ripple WJ (2013) Reintroducing wolves: a chance for dingoes too? International Wolf Symposium – Wolves and Humans at the Crossroads, Duluth, Minnesota, USA

Newsome TM, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2013) Humans and their role as trophic regulators: a case study of the dingo in Australia. International Mammalogical Congress, Belfast, Ireland

Newsome TM, Ballard G, Crowther M, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2013) Dietary overlap of free-roaming domestic dogs and dingoes: humans and their role as trophic regulators. Australian Mammal Society Conference, Sydney, NSW

Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2011) When resources boom: learning from the story of dingoes in the Tanami Desert, Australia. Australian Mammal Society and American Society of Mammalogists, Portland, USA

Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2010) When resources boom: learning from the story of dingoes in the Tanami Desert, Australia. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Canberra, ACT

Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2009) Diet of the dingo in the Tanami Desert. Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Napier, NZ

Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2008) Managing dingoes in the Tanami Desert. Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Fremantle, WA

Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2008) Activity of wild dogs, co-occurring carnivores and key prey species before and after annual strategic control in Northern NSW. Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference, Darwin, NT

Newsome TM, Ballard G, Fleming PJS, and Dickman CR (2007) Activity of wild dogs, co-occurring carnivores and key prey species before and after annual strategic control in Northern NSW. Fenner Conference on the Environment, incorporating the  Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Canberra, ACT


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