Publications

General publications

Kendal, D.; Pearce, L. M.; Morgan, J. W., Lunt, I. D.; Zeeman, B. J.; Farrar, A.; Griffiths, K. E.; McDonnell, M. J.; 2015, Melbourne’s Native Grasslands: Guiding landscapes and communities in transition, Project report. Available here: MelbournesNativeGrasslands-2015-05-01 Web

Kendal, D., Wilson, A., Pearce, L. M. (2015), Loving emails show there’s more to trees than ecosystem services, The Conversation,

Kendal, D., & McDonnell, M. J., (2014) Adapting Urban Forests to Climate ChangeCityGreen #8, pp 130-137.

Willoughby, S., Kendal, D., & Farrar, A. (2013). Public places and private spaces measuring the influence of botanic gardens on domestic gardeners. Roots: Botanic Gardens Conservation International Education Review, 10(2).

 

Videos

Dave’s Streets: Ballarat (2016). A video exploring how to tell stories about country in a city. Created for a Euroa Environment session run by Kate Auty.

 

Academic publications

Straka, T. M., Kendal, D., & Ree, R. Van Der. (2016). When Ecological Information Meets High Wildlife Value Orientations: Influencing Preferences of Nearby Residents for Urban Wetlands. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 1209

Ives, C. D., Lentini, P. E., Threlfall, C. G., Ikin, K., Shanahan, D. F., Garrard, G. E., Bekessy, S. A., Fuller, R. A., Mumaw, L., Rayner, L., Rowe, R., Valentine, L. E., & Kendal, D. (2016). Cities are hotspots for threatened species. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25, 117–126.

Dobbs, C., Nitschke, C. R., & Kendal, D.  (2016). Global drivers and tradeoffs of three urban vegetation ecosystem services. Plos ONE 9(11): e113000 reprinted in Etingoff, K. (2016) Urban Ecology: Strategies for Green Infrastructure and Land Use, Apple Academic Press, pp. 99-122.

Lohr, V. I., Kendal, D. & Dobbs, C. (2016). Urban Trees Worldwide Have Low Species and Genetic Diversity, Posing High Risks of Tree Loss as Stresses from Climate Change Increase, ActaHort, 1030

McDonnell, M., & Kendal, D. (2015) The Ecology of Urban Forests in Peh, K. S.-H. Corlett, R.. III. Bergeron, Y., (Eds) Handbook of Forest Ecology, Routledge, New York pp. 623-633

Kendal, D., Ford, R. M., Anderson, N. M., & Farrar, A. (2015). The VALS: A new tool to measure people’s general valued attributes of landscapes. Journal of Environmental Management, 163, 224–233.

Various datasets collected on Melbourne’s grasslands available here: https://dataverse.harvard.edu/dataverse/MelbourneGrasslands

  • Kendal, D.; Pearce, L. M.; Morgan, J. W., Lunt, I. D.; Zeeman, B. J.; Farrar, A.; Griffiths, K. E.; McDonnell, M. J.; (2015), Melbourne’s Native Grasslands: Guiding landscapes and communities in transition, Myer Foundation. Project report
  • Zeeman, B. J.; Lunt, I. D.; Kendal, D.; McDonnell, M. J.; Morgan, J. W., (2015), Melbourne’s grassland monitoring protocol, http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/NR6DUZ, Harvard Dataverse, V1
  • Griffiths, K. E.; Kendal, D.; Pearce, L. M.; Farrar, A.; Zeeman, B. J.; Lunt, I. D.; Morgan, J. W.; McDonnell, M. J., (2015), Melbourne’s grassland GIS site polygons, and inventory and transect points, http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/SSLIXK, Harvard Dataverse, V1
  • Zeeman, B. J.; Kendal, D.; Farrar, A.; Pearce, L. M.; Griffiths, K. E.; Lunt, I. D.; McDonnell, M. J.; Morgan, J. W., (2015), Melbourne’s grassland vegetative cover, http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/AR4BKP, Harvard Dataverse, V1
  • Zeeman, B. J.; Kendal, D.; Farrar, A.; Pearce, L. M.; Griffiths, K. E.; Lunt, I. D.; McDonnell, M. J.; Morgan, J. W., (2015), Melbourne’s grassland flora inventories, http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/MLHDTG, Harvard Dataverse, V1
  • Kendal, D.; Pearce, L. M.; Griffiths, K. E.; Zeeman, B. J.; Farrar, A.; Morgan, J. W.; Lunt, I. D.; McDonnell, M. J., (2015), Melbourne’s grassland sites, http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/JSED9E, Harvard Dataverse, V1\

Dobbs, C., Nitschke, C.R. and Kendal, D. (2014). Global Drivers and Tradeoffs of Three Urban Vegetation Ecosystem Services PLOS One Vol 9, 11.

Ives, C. D. & Kendal, D. (2014) The role of social values in the management of ecological systems, Journal of Environmental Management, 144, 67-72

Kendal, D. Dobbs, C., & Lohr, V. (2014) Global patterns of diversity in the urban forest: is there evidence to support the 10/20/30 rule? Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 13, 411-417

Dobbs, C., Kendal, D., & Nitschke, C. (2014). Multiple ecosystem services and disservices of the urban forest establishing their connections with landscape structure and sociodemographicsEcological Indicators, 43, 44–55.

Kendal, D., Hauser, C. E., Garrard, G. E., Jellinek, S., Giljohann, K. M., Moore, J. L., (2013) Quantifying plant colour and colour difference as perceived by humans using digital images, PLOS ONE Vol 8, Issue 8, pp 1-11

Ives, C. D., Beilin, R., Gordon, A., Kendal, D., Hahs, A. K., & Mcdonnell, M. J. (2013). Local Assessment of Melbourne: The Biodiversity and Social-Ecological Dynamics of Melbourne, Australia. In T. Elmqvist, M. Fragkias, J. Goodness, B. Güneralp, P. J. Marcotullio, R. I. McDonald, … C. Wilkinson (Eds.), Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Challenges and Opportunities (pp. 385–407). Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands.

Dobbs, C., Kendal, D., & Nitschke, C. (2013). The effects of land tenure and land use on the urban forest structure and composition of Melbourne. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 12, pp. 417-415.

Ives, C & Kendal , D. (2013) Values and attitudes of the urban public towards peri-urban agricultural land. Land Use Policy 34 80-90.

Kendal, D., Williams, N.S.G. & Williams, K.J.H. (2012). Drivers of diversity and tree cover in gardens, parks and streetscapes in an Australian city. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 11, pp.257–265.

Kendal, D., Williams, K.J.H. & Williams, N.S.G., 2012. Plant traits link people’s plant preferences to the composition of their gardens.Landscape and Urban Planning, 105, pp.34-42.

Kendal, D., Williams, N.S.G. & Williams, K.J.H., 2012. A cultivated environment: exploring the global distribution of plants in gardens, parks and streetscapes. Urban Ecosystems, 15, pp. 637-652.

Kendal, D., 2011. Potential effects of climate change on Melbourne’s street trees and some implications for human and non-human animals. In Proceedings of the 2011 State of Australian Cities Conference. Melbourne.

Rayner, J.P. & Kendal, D.J., 2011. Experiences in teaching horticultural plants and the use of eResource materials. Acta Horticulturae, 920 (33-38).

Kendal, D., Williams, N. & Williams, K., 2010. Harnessing diversity in gardens through individual decision makers. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25(4), pp.201-202.

Kendal, D. (ed.) (2009) Final Proceedings Universitas 21 International Graduate Research Conference: Sustainable Cities for the Future, Melbourne-Brisbane, 29th November to 5th December 2009. Melbourne & Brisbane.

Kendal, D., Williams, K. & Armstrong, L., 2008. Preference for and performance of some Australian native plants grown as hedges. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 7(2), pp.93–106.

Kendal, D., 2007. Measuring distances using digital cameras. Australian Senior Mathematics Journal, 21(2), pp.24-28.