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2014 Ashcroft MB, Cavanagh M, Eldridge MDB and Gollan JR. 2014. Testing the ability of topoclimatic grids of extreme temperatures to explain the distribution of the endangered brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) Journal of Biogeography. early online. early online.  
2014 Ashcroft, Michael B., Gollan, John R., Ramp, Daniel. 2014. Creating vegetation density profiles for a diverse range of ecological habitats using terrestrial laser scanning Methods in Ecology and Evolution. early online. Early online.  
2014 Gollan, John R., Ramp, Daniel, Ashcroft, Michael B.. 2014. Assessing the Distribution and Protection Status of two Types of Cool Environment to Facilitate Their Conservation under Climate Change Conservation Biology. Early online. Early online.  
2013 Ashcroft, M.B. & Gollan, J.R.. 2013. Moisture, thermal inertia, and the spatial distributions of near-surface soil and air temperatures: Understanding factors that promote microrefugia Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 176. 77-89. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168192313000622).  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2013.03.008
2013 Letten, Andrew D., Ashcroft, Michael B., Keith, David A., Gollan, John R., Ramp, Daniel. 2013. The importance of temporal climate variability for spatial patterns in plant diversity Ecography. 36(12). 1341-1349. (http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?view_op=view_citation&hl=en&user=ijZ34GIAAAAJ&pagesize=100&sortby=pubdate&citation_for_view=ijZ34GIAAAAJ:UebtZRa9Y70C).  
2013 J. R. Gollan, M. B. Ashcroft, and D. Ramp. 2013. Fine-grained climate data alters the interpretation of a trait-based cline Ecosphere . 4:12. art 54.  
2012 Ashcroft MB, Gollan JR, Batley M. 2012. Combining citizen science, bioclimatic envelope models and observed habitat preferences to determine the distribution of an inconspicuous, recently detected introduced bee (Halictus smaragdulus Vachal Hymenoptera: Halictidae) in Australia Biological Invasions. 14. 515-527.  
2012 Ashcroft M.B., Gollan J.R., Warton D.I., Ramp D.. 2012. A novel approach to quantify and locate potential microrefugia using topoclimate, climate stability, and isolation from the matrix Global Change Biology. 18. 1866-1879.  
2012 Ashcroft, M.B., Gollan, J.R.. 2012. Fine-resolution (25 m) topoclimatic grids of near-surface (5 cm) extreme temperatures and humidities across various habitats in a large (200 × 300 km) and diverse region International Journal of Climatology. 32. 2134-2148.  
2011 Gollan JR, Reid CAM, Barnes PB, Wilkie L. 2011. The ratio of exotic-to-native dung beetles can indicate habitat quality in riparian restoration Insect Conservation and Diversity. 4. (2): 123-131.  10.1111/j.1752-4598.2010.00115.x
2011 Gollan JR, Ashcroft MB, Batley M. 2011. Comparison of yellow and white pan traps in surveys of bee fauna in New South Wales, Australia (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) Australian Journal of Entomology. 50. 174-178.  
2010 Gollan JR, Smith H, Bulbert M, Donnelley AP, Wilkie L. 2010. Using spider web types as a substitute for assessing web-building spider biodiversity and the success of habitat restoration Biodiversity and Conservation. 19. (11): 3141-3155.  10.1007/s10531-010-9882-1
2010 Gollan JR, Lobry de Bruyn L, Reid N, Smith D, Wilkie L . 2010. Can ants be used as ecological indicators of restoration progress in dynamic environments? A case study in a revegetated riparian zone Ecological Indicators. 11. 1517-1525.  doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.09.007
2010 Ashcroft, M.B., Gollan, J.R., Faith, D.P., Carter, G.A., Lassau, S.A., Ginn, S.G., Bulbert, M.W. & Cassis, G. 2010. Using Generalised Dissimilarity Models and many small samples to improve the efficiency of regional and landscape scale invertebrate sampling Ecological Informatics. 5. 124-132.  
2009 Gollan JR, Ashcroft MB, Cassis G, Donnelly AP, Lassau S. 2009. Testing common habitat-based surrogates of invertebrate diversity in a semi-arid rangeland Biodiversity and Conservation. 18. 1147-1159.  
2009 John Gollan. 2009. Ecology of a recently discovered exotic bee (Halictus smaragdulus) in Australia. Final report to the WV Scott Charitable Trust 17. Australian Museum.  
2008 John Gollan. 2008. Evaluating Indicators for Monitoring Riparian Rehabilitation Success in the Upper Hunter Region of NSW, Australia PhD. PhD. School of Environmental and Rural Sciences. University of New England.  
2008 John Gollan. 2008. Final Report for BugWise Outreach '07 Report to the Coal & Allied Community Trust 53. Australian Museum.  
2008 John Gollan. 2008. Final Report for BugWise Outreach Program Report to the NSW Environmental Trust 2006/EG/0005 23. Australian Museum.  
2008 Gollan JR, Batley M, Reid CAM. 2008. The exotic bee Halictus smaragdulus Vachal, 1895 (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales: a new genus in Australia Australian Entomologist. 35. (1): 21-26.  
2006 Gollan JR, Wright JT. 2006. Limited grazing pressure by native herbivores on the invasive seaweed Caulerpa taxifolia in a temperate Australian estuary Marine and Freshwater Research. 57. 685–694.