Publications

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Helmstedt, K.J. & Potts, M.D. (in review) Wasting food results in wasted biodiversity

Helmstedt, K.J. & Potts M.D. (in review) Trading Forest Development Rights Can Benefit Biodiversity Under High Deforestation Threat

Butsic, V., Pallud, L., Helmstedt, K.J., Macchi, L., Potts, M.D., Kuemmerle, T. (in review) Aligning biodiversity conservation and agricultural production in heterogeneous landscapes

Helmstedt K.J., Larsen, A.E., Stokes, J.R., Potts, M.D. (in review) Innovating at the climate, food, water, and energy interface

Coutts, S.R., Helmstedt, K.J., Bennett, J.R. (in press) Invasion lags: the stories we tell ourselves and our inability to infer process from pattern. Diversity and Distributions, in press

McDonald, J., Helmstedt, K.J., Bode, M., McDonald-Madden, E., Coutts, S., Possingham, H.P. (in press) Maximizing biodiversity outcomes from ecosystem service payments with smart allocation methods. Journal of Applied Ecology, in press

Helmstedt, K.J & Possingham, H.P. (2017)  Costs are key when reintroducing threatened species to multiple locations. Animal Conservation, 20: 331–340 (doi:10.1111/acv.12319, available here)

Helmstedt, K.J., Shaw, J., Bode, M., Terauds, A., Robinson, S., Springer, K., Possingham, H.P. (2016) Prioritizing eradication actions on islands: It’s not all or nothing.  Journal of Applied Ecology, 53(3), 733-741 (doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12599, available here)

Bellows, R., Thompson A., Helmstedt K.J., York R., Potts, M.D. (2016) Damage and mortality patterns in young mixed conifer plantations following prescribed fires in the Sierra Nevada, California. Forest Ecology and Management, 376, 193-204 (doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2016.05.049, available here)

Southwell, D., Rhodes, J.R., McDonald-Madden, E., Nicol, S., Helmstedt, K.J., McCarthy, M. (2016) Abiotic and biotic interactions determine whether increased colonization is beneficial or detrimental to metapopulation management.  Theoretical Population Biology, 109, 44-53 (doi:10.1016/j.tpb.2016.02.001, available here)

Helmstedt, K.J., Possingham, H.P., Brennan, K.E.C., Rhodes, J.R., Bode, M. (2014).  Cost-efficient fenced exclosures for conservation: single large or two small?, Ecological Applications 24(7), 1780-1792 (doi: 10.1890/13-1579.1, available here)

Bode, M., Brennan, K.E.C., Helmstedt, K.J., Desmond, A., Smia, R., Algar, D. (2013). Interior fences can reduce cost and uncertainty when eradicating invasive species from large islands, Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4(9), 819-827 (doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12072, available here)

Other publications

Helmstedt K.J., Jagannathan, K.A., Larsen, A.E., Moreno, L.C., Ohnesorge, M.J., Sakaguchi, L., Siegner, A., Stokes, J.R., Potts, M.D. (2015) Designing Intelligent Food, Energy & Water Systems. US National Science Foundation Report (available here).

Helmstedt K.J. (2014) What to do when you outgrow your cage. In Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Environmental Decisions Annual Report.

Helmstedt, K.J. (2013). Are Two Fences Better Than One? Australasian Science Magazine. Jan/Feb 2013 issue (available here)

Helmstedt, K.J., Bode, M. (2012). Are Two Fences Better Than One? What do you do when you outgrow your cage?  Decision Point. Issue 64, October (available here)

Shaw, J., Bode, M., Helmstedt, K.J. (2012) Island Arks. Decision Point.  Issue 59, April (available here)

Theses

Helmstedt, K.J. (2010) Modelling Fractional Diffusion (Mathematics first class honours thesis, available here)

Helmstedt, K.J. (2015) Adding and subtracting species: the mathematics of eradication and reintroduction for conservation (PhD thesis. Available here, open access)

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