AsPr Raylene Cooke

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Life & Env. Sciences

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

raylene.cooke@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 925 17608

Research interests

Raptors

Urban Ecology

Urban Gradients and Biodiversity

Units taught

SLE114 Introduction to Parks and Wildlife Conservation

SLE225 Global Environmental Placement

SLE301 Professional Practice

Research groups

Centre for Integrative Ecology

Wildlife and Conservation Biology

Publications

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2016

Adaptation to urban environments promotes high reproductive success in the tawny frogmouth (Podargus strigoides), an endemic nocturnal bird species

Mrs Marian Weaving, A/Prof John White, Miss Bronwyn Isaac, Mr Anthony Rendall, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2016), Vol. 150, pp. 87-95, Landscape and urban planning, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2015

Environmental sustainability in higher education : What do academics think?

Miss Belinda Christie, Dr Kelly Miller, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, A/Prof John White

(2015), Vol. 21, pp. 655-686, Environmental Education Research, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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What determines habitat quality for a declining woodland bird in a fragmented environment: the grey-crowned babbler pomatostomus temporalis in South-Eastern Australia?

Ms Kate Stevens, Dr Gregory Holland, Dr Rohan Clarke, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Prof Andrew Bennett

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-14, PLoS one, San Fransico, Calif., C1

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2014

Simplification of arboreal marsupial assemblages in response to increasing urbanization

Miss Bronwyn Isaac, A/Prof John White, Dr Daniel Ierodiaconou, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. 1-15, PLoS One, San Francisco, Calif., C1

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Camera trapping: a contemporary approach to monitoring invasive rodents in high conservation priority ecosystems

Mr Anthony Rendall, Dr Duncan Sutherland, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, A/Prof John White

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. 1-10, PLoS One, San Francisco, Calif., C1

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Urban to forest gradients: suitability for hollow bearing trees and implications for obligate hollow nesters

Miss Bronwyn Isaac, A/Prof John White, Dr Daniel Ierodiaconou, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2014), Vol. 39, pp. 963-972, Austral ecology, Richmond, Vic, C1

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Does urbanization have the potential to create an ecological trap for powerful owls (Ninox strenua)?

Miss Bronwyn Isaac, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Daniel Ierodiaconou, A/Prof John White

(2014), Vol. 176, pp. 1-11, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

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2013

Environmental sustainability in higher education : how do academics teach?

Dr Belinda Christie, Dr Kelly Miller, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, A/Prof John White

(2013), Vol. 19, pp. 385-414, Environmental education research, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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Molecular data contradicts historical records and cautions translocation of the Lord Howe Island masked owl

E. Fiona Hogan, Catriona Campbell, Katherine A. Harrison, David Milledge, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2013), Vol. 159, pp. 313-320, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Techniques for optimising long-term, large-scale capture-mark-resighting raptor studies : climb hard, band fast

Mr Victor Hurley, A/Prof John White, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2013), Vol. 40, pp. 269-280, Wildlife research, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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Response of a cryptic apex predator to a complete urban to forest gradient

Miss Bronwyn Isaac, A/Prof John White, Dr Daniel Ierodiaconou, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2013), Vol. 40, pp. 427-436, Wildlife research, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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2012

Short-term impact of a mega-fire on small mammal communities during prolonged drought

Mr Mike Stevens, A/Prof John White, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2012), Vol. 124, pp. 61-70, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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2011

Spatial ecology of sooty owls in south-eastern Australian coastal forests : implications for forest management and reserve design

Rohan Bilney, A/Prof John White, Ms Felicity L'Hotellier, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2011), Vol. 111, pp. 92-99, Emu, Collingwood, Vic., C1

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The distribution of three nocturnal bird species across a suburban forest gradient

Mrs Marian Weaving, A/Prof John White, Miss Bronwyn Isaac, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2011), Vol. 111, pp. 52-58, Emu, Collingwood, Vic., C1

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Potential competition between two top-order predators following a dramatic contraction in the diversity of their prey base

Rohan Bilney, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, A/Prof John White

(2011), Vol. 61, pp. 29-47, Animal biology, Leiden, Netherlands, C1

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Reversed sexual dimorphism and altered prey base : the effect on sooty owl (Tyto tenebricosa tenebricosa) diet

Rohan Bilney, A/Prof John White, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2011), Vol. 59, pp. 302-311, Australian journal of zoology, Collingwood, Vic., C1

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2010

Insights into the breeding behaviour and dispersal of the Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) through the collection of shed feathers

Dr Fiona Hogan, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2010), Vol. 110, pp. 178-184, Emu, Collingwood, Vic., C1

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Underestimated and severe : small mammal decline from the forests of south-eastern Australia since European settlement, as revealed by a top-order predator

Rohan Bilney, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, A/Prof John White

(2010), Vol. 143, pp. 52-59, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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A comparison of the effectiveness of camera trapping and live trapping for sampling terrestrial small-mammal communities

Natasha De Bondi, A/Prof John White, Mr Mike Stevens, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2010), Vol. 37, pp. 456-465, Wildlife research, Collingwood, Vic., C1

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The effect of artificial night light on the abundance of nocturnal birds

Mrs Marian Weaving, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2010), Vol. 127, pp. 192-195, Victorian naturalist, Blackburn, Vic., C1-1

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2009

Conservation biology : a crisis discipline

Dr Fiona Hogan, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2009), Vol. 126, pp. 92-97, The Victorian naturalist, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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The response of ground and bark foraging insectivorous birds across an urban–forest gradient

Samuel T. Trollope, A/Prof John White, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2009), Vol. 93, pp. 142-150, Landscape and urban planning, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

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Reverse ascertainment bias in microsatellite allelic diversity in owls (Aves, Strigiformes)

Dr Fiona Hogan, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Janette Norman

(2009), Vol. 10, pp. 635-638, Conservation genetics, Dordrecht , Netherlands, C1

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2008

Predictive mapping of powerful owl (Ninox strenua) breeding sites using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in urban Melbourne, Australia

Miss Bronwyn Isaac, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Dianne Simmons, Dr Fiona Hogan

(2008), Vol. 84, pp. 212-218, Landscape and urban planning, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Optimizing the use of shed feathers for genetic analysis

Dr Fiona Hogan, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Christopher Burridge, Dr Janette Norman

(2008), Vol. 8, pp. 561-567, Molecular ecology resources, Oxford, England, C1

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Detection of owls, owlet nightjars and arboreal mammals in edge environments of Cape Otway, south‑western Victoria

Mr Jack Pascoe, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, A/Prof John White

(2008), Vol. 120, pp. 206-215, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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2007

A morphological model for sexing nestling peregrine falcons (Falco Peregrinus Macropus) verified through genetic analysis

Mr Victor Hurley, Dr Fiona Hogan, A/Prof John White, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

(2007), Vol. 34, pp. 54-58, Wildlife research, Collingwood, Vic., C1

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Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci to DNA fingerprint the powerful owl (Ninox Strenua)

Dr Fiona Hogan, Dr Christopher Burridge, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Janette Norman

(2007), Vol. 7, pp. 1305-1307, Molecular ecology notes, Oxford, England, C1

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2006

Change in the diet of sooty owls (Tyto tenebricosa) since European settlement: from terrestrial to arboreal prey and increased overlap with powerful owls

Rohan Bilney, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, A/Prof John White

(2006), Vol. 33, pp. 17-24, Wildlife research, East Melbourne, Vic., C1

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The diet of powerful owls (Ninox strenua) and prey availability in a continuum of habitats from disturbed urban fringe to protected forest environments in south-eastern Australia

A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Prof Robert Wallis, Dr Fiona Hogan, A/Prof John White, Alan Webster

(2006), Vol. 33, pp. 199-206, Wildlife research, Collingwood, Vic., C1

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Understanding student expectations in developing environmental science courses

A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Kelly Miller, A/Prof John White

(2006), Vol. 13, pp. 9-20, International journal of learning, Altona, Vic, C1

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2005

Methods of marking juvenile Powerful Owls in Melbourne, Australia

A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Fiona Hogan, Prof Robert Wallis, Mr Victor Hurley

(2005), pp. 1-13, Towards conservation of Asian raptors through science and action : Proceedings of the 4th Symposium on Asian Raptors 2005, Perak, Malaysia, E1-1

conference

A non-invasive sampling strategy for mapping genetic variation of the Powerful Owl in Australia

Dr Fiona Hogan, A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Dr Janette Norman, Dr Christopher Burridge

(2005), pp. 200-208, Towards conservation of Asian raptors through science and action : Proceedings of the 4th Symposium on Asian Raptors 2005, Perak, Malaysia, E1-1

conference
2002

Urbanisation and the ecology of powerful owls ninox strenua in outer Melbourne, Victoria

A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Prof Robert Wallis, Alan Webster

(2002), pp. 100-106, Ecology and conservation of owls, Collingwood, Vic., B1

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Use of vegetative structure by powerful owls in outer urban Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - Implications for management

A/Prof Raylene Cooke, Prof Robert Wallis, A/Prof John White

(2002), Vol. 36, pp. 294-299, Journal of raptor research, Hastings, Minn., C1

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