|The handbook of New Zealand mammals|
C King, D Forsyth
Csiro Publishing, 2021
|High predictability in introduction outcomes and the geographical range size of introduced Australian birds: a role for climate|
RP Duncan, M Bomford, DM Forsyth, L Conibear
Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (4), 621-632, 2001
|Using presence‐only and presence–absence data to estimate the current and potential distributions of established invasive species|
AM Gormley, DM Forsyth, P Griffioen, M Lindeman, DSL Ramsey, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (1), 25-34, 2011
|The hare, the tortoise and the crocodile: the ecology of angiosperm dominance, conifer persistence and fern filtering|
DA Coomes, RB Allen, WA Bentley, LE Burrows, CD Canham, L Fagan, ...
Journal of Ecology 93 (5), 918-935, 2005
|Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia?|
S Legge, BP Murphy, H McGregor, JCZ Woinarski, J Augusteyn, G Ballard, ...
Biological Conservation 206, 293-303, 2017
|Factors preventing the recovery of New Zealand forests following control of invasive deer|
DA Coomes, RB Allen, DM Forsyth, WG Lee
Conservation Biology 17 (2), 450-459, 2003
|Climatic suitability, life‐history traits, introduction effort, and the establishment and spread of introduced mammals in Australia|
DM Forsyth, RP Duncan, M Bomford, G Moore
Conservation Biology 18 (2), 557-569, 2004
|Propagule size and the relative success of exotic ungulate and bird introductions to New Zealand|
DM Forsyth, RP Duncan
The American Naturalist 157 (6), 583-595, 2001
|Testing the metabolic theory of ecology: allometric scaling exponents in mammals|
RP Duncan, DM Forsyth, J Hone
Ecology 88 (2), 324-333, 2007
|A systematic review of the impacts and management of introduced deer (family Cervidae) in Australia|
NE Davis, A Bennett, DM Forsyth, DMJS Bowman, EC Lefroy, SW Wood, ...
Wildlife Research 43 (6), 515-532, 2016
|Diet and diet preferences of introduced ungulates (Order: Artiodactyla) in New Zealand|
DM Forsyth, DA Coomes, G Nugent, GMJ Hall
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 29 (4), 323-343, 2002
|Species distributions, surrogacy, and important conservation regions in Canada|
LD Warman, DM Forsyth, ARE Sinclair, K Freemark, HD Moore, ...
Ecology letters 7 (5), 374-379, 2004
|Modeling the relationship between fecal pellet indices and deer density|
DM Forsyth, RJ Barker, G Morriss, MP Scroggie
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (3), 964-970, 2007
|Testing the irruptive paradigm of large‐herbivore dynamics|
DM Forsyth, P Caley
Ecology 87 (2), 297-303, 2006
|Estimates of maximum annual population growth rates (rm) of mammals and their application in wildlife management|
J Hone, RP Duncan, DM Forsyth
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (3), 507-514, 2010
|Control of pest mammals for biodiversity protection in Australia. I. Patterns of control and monitoring|
B Reddiex, DM Forsyth, E McDonald-Madden, LD Einoder, PA Griffioen, ...
Wildlife Research 33 (8), 691-709, 2006
|Towards a global terrestrial species monitoring program|
DS Schmeller, R Julliard, PJ Bellingham, M Böhm, N Brummitt, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 25, 51-57, 2015
|Interspecific and geographic variation in the diets of sympatric carnivores: dingoes/wild dogs and red foxes in south-eastern Australia|
NE Davis, DM Forsyth, B Triggs, C Pascoe, J Benshemesh, A Robley, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0120975, 2015
|Impacts of introduced deer and extinct moa on New Zealand ecosystems|
DM Forsyth, JM Wilmshurst, RB Allen, DA Coomes
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34 (1), 48, 2010
|A substantial energetic cost to male reproduction in a sexually dimorphic ungulate|
DM Forsyth, RP Duncan, KG Tustin, JM Gaillard
Ecology 86 (8), 2154-2163, 2005