Re: research papers from banding work at Charcoal Tank

To: Michael Lenz <>, chatline <>
Subject: Re: research papers from banding work at Charcoal Tank
From: Mark Clayton <>
Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2020 21:43:16 +0000

Michael et al.,

As requested, the papers that have come out of The Charcoal Tank (and Buddigower) Nature Reserves banding studies near West Wyalong in NSW.

i/ Gardner, J.L, Amano, T, Mackey, B.G., Sutherland, W.J., Clayton, M. and Peters, A. (2014). Dynamic size responses to climate change: prevailing effects of rising temperature drive long-term body size increases in a semi-arid passerine. Global Change Biology  20 2062-2075.

ii/ Gardner J.L., Amano, T., Sutherland, W.J., Clayton, M. and Peters, A. (2016) Individual and demographic consequences of reduced body condition following repeated exposure to high temperatures. Ecological Society of America 97(3) 786-795.

iii/ Hunt, A., Ewin, P. and Clayton, M. (2018) An example of a "Twinkling Lights" local extinction event: population dynamics of Gilbert's Whistler at The Charcoal Tank Nature Reserve,New South Wales. Corella 42: 42-49.

There are at least 4 other papers going through the editorial process at present or in the process of being written. I have also supplied data (more on a pers comm. than actual physical data) to a paper by John Rawsthorne on the status of the Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater in NSW (sorry , I can't put my hands on it at present), and from another banding study, I am a co-author on a paper with Jon Coleman and Fred van Gessel on the White-faced Robin from Iron Range National Park in Queensland published in Sunbird but again can't put my hand on the exact reference.

I will leave people to check the HANZAB series to find what other data from The Charcoal Tank (and Buddigower) Nature Reserves and other banding studies I have been involved in that was supplied to that series.


On 10/02/2020 6:50 am, Michael Lenz wrote:

could you please provide the references for the studies based on banding data from Charcoal Tank. You mentioned 3 papers.

Michael Lenz
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