Dr Chloe Sato



Associate Research Fellow


Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env


School of Life & Env. Sciences


Melbourne Burwood Campus


+61 3 924 46494


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Predation risk for reptiles is highest at remnant edges in agricultural landscapes

N Hansen, C Sato, D Michael, D Lindenmayer, D Driscoll

(2019), Vol. 56, pp. 31-43, Journal of applied ecology, Chichester, Eng., C1

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Impacts of feral horses in the Australian Alps and evidence-based solutions

D Driscoll, G Worboys, H Allan, S Banks, N Beeton, R Cherubin, T Doherty, C Finlayson, K Green, R Hartley, G Hope, C Johnson, M Lintermans, B Mackey, D Paull, J Pittock, L Porfirio, E Ritchie, C Sato, B Scheele, D Slattery, S Venn, D Watson, M Watson, R Williams

(2019), Vol. 20, pp. 63-72, Ecological management and restoration, Chichester, Eng., C1

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Drivers of temperate woodland condition through time in an agricultural landscape

Chloe Sato, Daniel Florance, David Lindenmayer

(2019), Vol. 30, pp. 1357-1367, Land Degradation & Development, London, Eng., C1-1

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The use and utility of surrogates in biodiversity monitoring programmes

Chloe Sato, Martin Westgate, Philip Barton, Claire Foster, Luke O'Loughlin, Jennifer Pierson, Jayne Balmer, Jane Chapman, Gareth Catt, Tanya Detto, Amy Hawcroft, Rodney Kavanagh, Deanna Marshall, Meredith McKay, Katherine Moseby, Mike Perry, Doug Robinson, Mellesa Schroder, Katherine Tuft, David Lindenmayer

(2019), Vol. 56, pp. 1304-1310, Journal of Applied Ecology, London, Eng., C1-1

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Integrating theory into disturbance interaction experiments to better inform ecosystem management

C Foster, C Sato, D Lindenmayer, P Barton

(2016), Vol. 22, pp. 1325-1335, Global change biology, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

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Natural tree regeneration in agricultural landscapes: the implications of intensification

C Sato, J Wood, J Stein, M Crane, S Okada, D Michael, G Kay, D Florance, J Seddon, P Gibbons, D Lindenmayer

(2016), Vol. 230, pp. 98-104, Agriculture, ecosystems and environment, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Effects of environmental variation and livestock grazing on ant community structure in temperate eucalypt woodlands

P Barton, C Sato, G Kay, D Florance, D Lindenmayer

(2016), Vol. 9, pp. 124-134, Insect conservation and diversity, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

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Herbivory and fire interact to affect forest understory habitat, but not its use by small vertebrates

C Foster, P Barton, C Sato, J Wood, C Macgregor, D Lindenmayer

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 15-25, Animal Conservation, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

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Synergistic interactions between fire and browsing drive plant diversity in a forest understorey

C Foster, P Barton, C Sato, C Macgregor, D Lindenmayer

(2015), Vol. 26, pp. 1112-1123, Journal of Vegetation Science, Oxford, Eng., C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Impacts of severe and extensive fire and interactions with feral herbivores

Prof Don Driscoll, Dr Chloe Sato, Dr Desley Whisson, A/Prof Euan Ritchie

Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program

  • 2020: $164,065

Refuges for narrow range endemic invertebrates, butterflies and jewel beetles

Prof Don Driscoll, Dr Nicholas Porch, Dr Chloe Sato

Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Program

  • 2020: $192,791


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