1. Modelling Australian land use competition and ecosystem services with food price feedbacks at high spatial resolution

    Environmental Modelling & Software 69:141 (2015)

    In a globalised world, land use change outlooks are influenced by both locally heterogeneous land attributes and world markets. We demonstrate the importance of high resolution land heterogeneity representation in understanding local impacts of future global scenarios with carbon marke...
  2. Insect Navigation: Do Honeybees Learn to Follow Highways?

    Current Biology 25(6):R240 (2015) PMID 25784046

    Radar studies of a honeybee’s flights when it first leaves its nest suggest the features of the surrounding landscape that it learns guide future foraging trips.
  3. Insect navigation: do ants live in the now?

    Journal of Experimental Biology 218(Pt 6):819 (2015) PMID 25788724

    Visual navigation is a critical behaviour for many animals, and it has been particularly well studied in ants. Decades of ant navigation research have uncovered many ways in which efficient navigation can be implemented in small brains. For example, ants show us how visual information can drive ...
  4. Analysis of behavioral change techniques in community-led total sanitation programs.

    Health Promotion International 30(1):16 (2015) PMID 25209916

    The lack of sanitation facilitates the spread of diarrheal diseases-a leading cause of child deaths worldwide. As of 2012, an estimated 1 billion people still practiced open defecation (OD). To address this issue, one behavioral change approach used is community-led total sanitation (CLTS). It i...
  5. Using neural networks to understand the information that guides behavior: a case study in visual navigation.

    Methods in Molecular Biology 1260:227 (2015) PMID 25502385

    To behave in a robust and adaptive way, animals must extract task-relevant sensory information efficiently. One way to understand how they achieve this is to explore regularities within the information animals perceive during natural behavior. In this chapter, we describe how we have used artifi...
  6. Insect-inspired navigation algorithm for an aerial agent using satellite imagery.

    PLoS ONE 10(4):e0122077 (2015) PMID 25874764 PMCID PMC4398432

    Humans have long marveled at the ability of animals to navigate swiftly, accurately, and across long distances. Many mechanisms have been proposed for how animals acquire, store, and retrace learned routes, yet many of these hypotheses appear incongruent with behavioral observations and the anim...
  7. Using neural networks to understand the information that guides behavior: a case study in visual navigation.

    Methods in Molecular Biology 1260:227 (2015) PMID 25502385

    To behave in a robust and adaptive way, animals must extract task-relevant sensory information efficiently. One way to understand how they achieve this is to explore regularities within the information animals perceive during natural behavior. In this chapter, we describe how we have used artifi...
  8. Using neural networks to understand the information that guides behavior: a case study in visual navigation.

    Methods in Molecular Biology 1260:227 (2015) PMID 25502385

    To behave in a robust and adaptive way, animals must extract task-relevant sensory information efficiently. One way to understand how they achieve this is to explore regularities within the information animals perceive during natural behavior. In this chapter, we describe how we have used artifi...
  9. A comparative analysis framework for assessing the sustainability of a combined water and energy infrastructure

    Technological Forecasting and Social Change 90:456 (2015)

    The evolution of infrastructure is a long journey that requires the concomitant advancement of associated sciences and technologies. Today’s disparate utility infrastructures could be the starting point for such a journey, from where future infrastructure may develop to a degree of per...
  10. 50 Years ago in the Journal of Pediatrics: brain tumors in early infancy--probably congenital in origin.

    The Journal of Pediatrics 165(5):978 (2014) PMID 25441387

  11. 50 Years ago in the Journal of Pediatrics: brain tumors in early infancy--probably congenital in origin.

    The Journal of Pediatrics 165(5):978 (2014) PMID 25441387

  12. 50 years ago in the journal of pediatrics: brain tumors in early infancy-probably congenital in origin.

    The Journal of Pediatrics 165(5):978 (2014) PMID 25441387

  13. Still no convincing evidence for cognitive map use by honeybees.

    PNAS 111(42):E4396 (2014) PMID 25277972 PMCID PMC4210289

  14. Still no convincing evidence for cognitive map use by honeybees.

    PNAS 111(42):E4396 (2014) PMID 25277972 PMCID PMC4210289

  15. Still no convincing evidence for cognitive map use by honeybees.

    PNAS 111(42):E4396 (2014) PMID 25277972 PMCID PMC4210289

  16. Quality of life outcomes in proton and photon treated pediatric brain tumor survivors.

    Radiotherapy and Oncology 113(1):89 (2014) PMID 25304720

    Radiotherapy can impair Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in survivors of childhood brain tumors, but proton radiotherapy (PRT) may mitigate this effect. This study compares HRQoL in PRT and photon (XRT) pediatric brain tumor survivors. HRQoL data were prospectively collected on PRT-treated...
  17. Quality of life outcomes in proton and photon treated pediatric brain tumor survivors

    Radiotherapy and Oncology 113(1):89 (2014)

    Background Radiotherapy can impair Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in survivors of childhood brain tumors, but proton radiotherapy (PRT) may mitigate this effect. This study compares HRQoL in PRT and photon (XRT) pediatric brain tumor survivors.
  18. Quality of life outcomes in proton and photon treated pediatric brain tumor survivors.

    Radiotherapy and Oncology 113(1):89 (2014) PMID 25304720

    Radiotherapy can impair Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in survivors of childhood brain tumors, but proton radiotherapy (PRT) may mitigate this effect. This study compares HRQoL in PRT and photon (XRT) pediatric brain tumor survivors. HRQoL data were prospectively collected on PRT-treated...
  19. Quality of life outcomes in proton and photon treated pediatric brain tumor survivors.

    Radiotherapy and Oncology 113(1):89 (2014) PMID 25304720 PMCID PMC4288853

    Radiotherapy can impair Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in survivors of childhood brain tumors, but proton radiotherapy (PRT) may mitigate this effect. This study compares HRQoL in PRT and photon (XRT) pediatric brain tumor survivors. HRQoL data were prospectively collected on PRT-treated...
  20. Quality of life outcomes in proton and photon treated pediatric brain tumor survivors.

    Radiotherapy and Oncology 113(1):89 (2014) PMID 25304720 PMCID PMC4288853

    Radiotherapy can impair Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in survivors of childhood brain tumors, but proton radiotherapy (PRT) may mitigate this effect. This study compares HRQoL in PRT and photon (XRT) pediatric brain tumor survivors. HRQoL data were prospectively collected on PRT-treated...