Doctor Mark Hall

Doctor Mark Hall

Research Support Program Fellow - Protected Cropping and Stingless Bees,
Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment

Biography

Qualifications

  • BA(EnvSc) Deakin University

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment

Contact

Email: Mark.Hall@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: (02) 4570 1141
Mobile:
Location: R2.G.11
Hawkesbury

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Publications

Journal Articles

  • Hall, M., Brettell, L., Liu, H., Nacko, S., Spooner-Hart, R., Riegler, M. and Cook, J. (2021), 'Temporal changes in the microbiome of stingless bee foragers following colony relocation', FEMS Microbiology Ecology, vol 97, no 1 .
  • Connell, J., Hall, M., Nimmo, D., Watson, S. and Clarke, M. (2021), '[In Press] Fire, drought and flooding rains : the effect of climatic extremes on bird species' responses to time since fire', Diversity and Distributions, .
  • Nacko, S., Hall, M., Duncan, M., Cook, J., Riegler, M. and Spooner-Hart, R. (2020), 'Scientific note on small hive beetle infestation of stingless bee (Tetragonula carbonaria) colony following a heat wave', Apidologie, vol 51, no 6 , pp 199 - 1201.
  • Hall, M., Nimmo, D., Cunningham, S., Walker, K. and Bennett, A. (2019), 'The response of wild bees to tree cover and rural land use is mediated by species' traits', Biological Conservation, vol 231 , pp 1 - 12.
  • Hall, M. and Reboud, E. (2019), 'High sampling effectiveness for non-bee flower visitors using vane traps in both open and wooded habitats', Austral Entomology, vol 58, no 4 , pp 836 - 847.
  • Hall, M., Nimmo, D. and Bennett, A. (2018), 'At the crossroads : does the configuration of roadside vegetation affect woodland bird communities in rural landscapes?', PLoS One, vol 11, no 5 .
  • Hall, M., Nimmo, D., Watson, S. and Bennett, A. (2018), 'Linear habitats in rural landscapes have complementary roles in bird conservation', Biodiversity and Conservation, vol 27, no 10 , pp 2605 - 2623.
  • Hall, M. (2018), 'Blue and yellow vane traps differ in their sampling effectiveness for wild bees in both open and wooded habitats', Agricultural and Forest Entomology, vol 20, no 4 , pp 487 - 495.
  • Nimmo, D., Haslem, A., Radford, J., Hall, M. and Bennett, A. (2016), 'Riparian tree cover enhances the resistance and stability of woodland bird communities during an extreme climatic event', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol 53, no 2 , pp 449 - 458.
  • Bennett, J., Nimmo, D., Clarke, R., Thomson, J., Cheers, G., Horrocks, G., Hall, M., Radford, J., Bennett, A. and Mac Nally, R. (2014), 'Resistance and resilience : can the abrupt end of extreme drought reverse avifaunal collapse?', Diversity and Distributions, vol 20, no 11 , pp 1321 - 1332.

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