Jen Silcock

Researcher
The University of Queensland

Jen Silcock has spent the past ten years in Australia's drylands, searching for rare plants, springs, insights into vegetation dynamics and grazing impacts, and obscure snippets of local history.

Her post-doctoral research focuses on identifying on-ground recovery options for Australia's most threatened plant species and reviewing Australia's plant translocation projects.

Publications
Aboriginal plant translocations: The intentional propagation and dispersal of plants in Aboriginal Australia - Factsheet
TSR Hub
Reading the black book: The number, timing, distribution and causes of listed extinctions in Australia
Biological Conservation
Rare plant species do not occupy water-remote refuges in arid environments subject to livestock grazing
Ecological Applications
Threatened plant translocation in Australia: A review
TSR Hub
To name those lost: assessing extinction likelihood in the Australian vascular flora
Oryx
Conserving brigalow flora
TSR Hub
Degraded or Just Dusty? Examining Ecological Change in Arid Lands - Journal
BioScience
What does it mean to be red hot? Australia's most imperilled plants and their recovery
Wildlife Australia
Threats to Australia’s imperilled species and implications for a national response
TSR Hub
Using evidence of decline and extinction risk to identify priority regions, habitats and threats for plant conservation in Australia
CSIRO Publishing
Plants Red Hot List: No surprises, no regrets
TSR Hub
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 9 Spring 2018
TSR Hub
Guidelines for the translocation of threatened plants in Australia, Third Edition
Australian Network for Plant Conservation
Aboriginal Translocations: The Intentional Propagation and Dispersal of Plants in Aboriginal Australia - Journal
Journal of Ethnobiology
The threats to Australia's imperilled species and implications for a national conservation response
CSIRO
Threatened plant translocations
TSR Hub
In the wake of bulldozers: Identifying threatened species in a habitat decimated by rapid clearance
Elsevier
National Action Plan for Australia’s most imperilled plant species
TSR Hub
Plants Red Hot List: Australia’s 100 most endangered plants
TSR Hub
Keeping tabs on Plants going places in Australia
TSR Hub
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 5 Spring 2017
Threatened Species Recovery Hub
A Red Hot List for threatened plants
TSR Hub
Science For Saving Species Magazine: Issue 4 Winter 2017
Threatened Species Recovery Hub
Red Hot List Flagship 2: Desert spring plants
Wildlife Australia