Publications

Richard Hobbs

Prof Richard Hobbs Highly Cited ResearcherRichard has authored/edited 22 books, 136 book chapters and several hundred journal articles during his career over the past 30 years. Only the most recent are listed below, however you can access the entire collection of Richard's referred publications plus many other items, such as opinion pieces, book reviews, technical reports and conference presentations, here.
  1. Golladay, S.W., Martin, K.L., Vose, J.M., Wear, D.N., Covich, A.P., Hobbs, R., Klepzig, K.D., Likens, G.E., Naiman, R.J., Shearer, A.W. (2016) Achievable future conditions as a framework for guiding forest conservation and management. Forest Ecology and Management 360:80-96. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.10.009
  2. Harrop-Archibald, H., Didham, R., Standish, R., Tibbett, M., Hobbs, R. (2016) Mechanisms linking fungal conditioning of leaf litter to detritivore feeding activity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93:119-130. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.10.021
  3. Hobbs, R. (2016) Degraded or just different? Perceptions and value judgements in restoration decisions. Restoration Ecology 24(2):153-158. doi:10.1111/rec.12336
  4. McAlpine, C., Catterall, C.P., MacNally, R., Lindenmayer, D., Reid, L., Holl, K.D., Bennett, A.F., Runting, R.K., Wilson, K., Hobbs, R.J., Seabrook, L., Cunningham, S., Moilanen, A., Maron, M., Shoo, L., Lunt, I., Vesk, P., Rumpff, L., Martin, T.G., Thomson, J. and Possingham, H. (2016) Integrating plant- and animal-based perspectives for more effective restoration of biodiversity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(1):37-45. doi:10.1002/16-0108.1
  5. Maron, M., Ives, C., Kujalah, H., Bull, J., Maseyk, F., Bekessy, S., Gordon, A., Watson, J., Lentini, P., Gibbons, P., Possingham, H., Hobbs, R., Keith, D., Wintle, B. and Evans, M., (2016) Taming a wicked problem: resolving controversies in biodiversity offsetting. BioScience early view. doi:10.1093/biosci/biw038
  6. Perring, M.P., Standish, R., Price, J.N., Craig, M.D., Erickson, T., Ruthrof, K.X., Whiteley, A.S., Valentine, L.E., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades. Ecosphere 6(8):Art.131. doi:10.1890/ES15-00121.1
  7. Standish, R.J., Daws, M.I., Gove, A.D., Didham, R.K., Grigg, A.H., Koch, J.M, Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Long-term data suggest jarrah-forest establishment at restored mine sites is resistant to climate variability. Journal of Ecology 103(1):78-89. doi:1365-2745.12301
  8. Barot, S., Abbadie, l., Couvet, D., Hobbs, R.J., Lavorel, S., Mace, G.M., Roux, X.L. (2015) Evolving away from the linear model of research: a response to Courchamp et al.. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30(7):368-370. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2015.05.005
  9. Daws, M.I., Standish, R.J., Koch, J.M., Morald, T.K., Tibbett, M., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Phosphorus fertilisation and large legume species affect jarrah forest restoration after bauxite mining. Forest Ecology and Management 354:10-17. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.003
  10. Dwyer, J.M., Hobbs, R.J., Wainwright, C., Mayfield, M. (2015) Climate moderates release from nutrient limitation in natural annual plant communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22:549-561. doi:10.1111/geb.12277
  11. Head, L., Larson, B.M.H., Hobbs, R.J., Atchison, J., Gill, N., Kull, C., Rangan, H. (2015) Living with invasive plants in the Anthropocene: the importance of understanding practice and experience. Conservation and Society (accepted)
  12. Lindenmayer, D., Messier, C., Paquette, A., Hobbs, R. (2015) Managing tree plantations as novel socio-ecological systems: Australian and North American perspectives. Canadian Journal of Forest Research early view. doi:10.1139/cjfr-2015-0072
  13. Lindenmayer, D.B., Wood, J., MacGregor, C., Buckley, Y.M., Dexter, N., fortescue, M., Hobbs, R.J., Catford, J.A. (2015) A Long-Term Experimental Case Study of the Ecological Effectiveness and Cost Effectiveness of Invasive Plant Management in Achieving Conservation Goals: Bitou Bush Control in Booderee National Park in Eastern Australia. PLOS One 10(6): e0128482. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0128482
  14. Perring, M.P., Jonson, J., Freudenberger, D., Campbell, R., Rooney, M., Hobbs, R.J., Standish, R.J. (2015) Soil-vegetation type, stem density and species richness influence biomass of restored woodland in south-western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 344:53-62. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.02.012
  15. Wiens, J., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Integrating conservation and restoration in a changing world. Bioscience 65(3):302-312. doi:10.1093/biosci/biu235
  16. Wiens, J., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) A Tale of Two Continents: The Growth and Maturation of Landscape Ecology in North America and Australia. History of Landscape Ecology in the United States, Chapter 9, pp 143-162. doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-2275-8
  17. Lindenmayer, D.B., Burns, E.L., Tennant, P., ..., Hobbs, R.J., et al. (2015) Contemplating the future: Acting now on long-term monitoring to answer 2050's questions. Austral Ecology 40(3):213-224. doi:10.1111/aec.12207
  18. Craig, M.D., Stokes, V.L., Hobbs, R., St.J.Hardy, G.E. (2015) Edge effects across boundaries between natural and restored jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forests in south-western Australia. Austral Ecology 40(2):186-197. doi:10.1111/aec.12193
  19. Shackelford, N., Renton, M., Perring, M.P., Brooks, K., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Biodiversity change in heathland and its relationships with shifting local fire regimes and native species expansion. Journal of Plant Ecology 8(1):17-29. doi:10.1093/jpe/rtu005
  20. Craig, M.D., Grigg, A.H., Hobbs, R.J., St. J. Hardy, G.E. (2014) Does coarse woody debris density and volume influence the terrestrial vertebrate community in restored bauxite mines? Forest Ecology and Management 318:142-150. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2014.01.011
  21. Bradby, K., Fitzsimons, J.A., Del Marco, A., Driscoll, D.A., Ritchie, E.G., Lau, J., Bradshaw, C.J.A., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Ecological connectivity or Barrier Fence? Critical choices on the agricultural margins of Western Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration 15(3):180-190. doi:10.1111/emr.12130
  22. Dwyer, J., Hobbs, R.J., Mayfield, M.M. (2014) Specific leaf area responses to environmental gradients through space and time. Ecology 95(2):399-410. doi:10.1890/13-0412.1
  23. Garcia, L.C., Hobbs, R.J., Maes dos Santos, F.A., Rodrigues, R.R. (2014) Flower and fruit availability along a forest restoration gradient. Biotropica 46(1):14-123. doi:10.1111/btp.12080
  24. Hallett, L.M., Hsu, J.S., Cleland, E.E., Collins, S.L., Dickson, T.L., Farrer, E.C., Gherardi, L.A., Gross, K.L., Hobbs, R.J., Turnbull, L., Suding, K.N. (2014) Biotic mechanisms of community stability shift along a precipitation gradient. Ecology 95(6):1693-1700. doi:10.1890/13-0895.1
  25. Hallett, L.M., Standish, R.J., Jonson, J., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Seedling emergence and summer survival after direct seeding for woodland restoration on old fields in south-western Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration 15(2):140-146. doi:10.1111/emr.12110
  26. Heller, N.E., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Development of a natural practice to adapt conservation goals to global change. Conservation Biology 28(3):696-704. doi:10.1111/cobi.12269
  27. Higgs, E., Falk, D.A., Guerrini, A., Hall, M., Harris, J., Hobbs, R.J., Jackson, S.J., Rhemtulla, J.M., Throop, W. (2014) The changing role of history in restoration ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(9):499-506. doi:10.1890/110267
  28. Hobbs, R., Higgs, E, Hall, C.M., Bridgewater, P., Chapin III, F.S., Ellis, E.C., Ewel, J.J., Hallett, L.M., Harris, J., Hulvey, K., Jackson, S.T., Kennedy, P.L., Kueffer, C., Lach, L., Lantz, T.C., Lugo, A.E., Mascaro, J., Murphy, S.D., Nelson, C.D., Perring, M.P., Richardson, D.M., Seastedt, T.R., Standish, R., Starzomski, B.M., Suding, K.N., Tognetti, P.M., Yakob, L., Yung, L. (2014) Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid, and novel ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(10):557-564. doi:10.1890/130300
  29. Hobbs, R.J., Higgs, E.S., Harris, J.A. (2014) Novel ecosystems: concept or inconvenient reality? A response to Murcia et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29(12):645-646. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2014.09.006
  30. Martin, L.J., Quinn, J.E., Ellis, E.C., Shaw, M.R., Dorning, M.A., Hallett, L.M., Heller, N.E., Hobbs, R.J., Kraft, C.E., Law, E., Michel, N.L., Perring, M.P., Shirey, P.D., Wiederholt, R. (2014) Conservation opportunities across the world’s anthromes. Diversity and Distributions 20(7):745-755. doi:10.1111/ddi.12220
  31. Prober, S.M., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Temperate eucalypt woodlands. Pp 21-29 in Ten Commitments Revisited: Securing Australia's Future Environment. Lindenmayer, D.B., Dovers, S. and Morton, S. (eds.) CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
  32. Raiter, K.G., Possingham, H.P., Prober, S.M., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Under the radar: mitigating enigmatic ecological impacts. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29(11):635-644. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2014.09.003
  33. Ramalho, C.E., Laliberté, E., Poot, P., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Complex effects of fragmentation on remnant woodland plant communities of a rapidly urbanizing biodiversity hotspot. Ecology 95(9):2466-2478. doi:10.1890/13-1239.1
  34. Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J., Mayfield, M.M., Bestelmeyer, B.T., Suding, K.N., Battaglia, L.L., Eviner, V., Hawkes, C.V., Temperton, V.M., Cramer, V.A., Harris, J.A., Funk, J.L., Thomas, P.A. (2014) Resilience in ecology: Abstraction, distraction, or where the action is? Biological Conservation 177:43-51. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.06.008
  35. Tallis, H., Lubchenco, J., ...Hobbs, R.J….+272 co-authors (2014) A call for inclusive conservation. Nature 515(7525):27-28. doi:10.1038/515027a
  36. Temperton, V.M., Higgs, E., Choi, Y.D., Allen, E., Lamb, D., Lee, C.-S., Harris, J., Hobbs, R.J., Zedler, J.B. (2014) Flexible and Adaptable Restoration: An Example from South Korea. Restoration Ecology 22(3):271-278. doi:10.1111/rec.12095
  37. Trueman, M., Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Identifying management options for modified vegetation: Application of the novel ecosystems framework to a case study in the Galapagos Islands. Biological Conservation 172:37-48. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.02.005
  38. Valentine, L.E., Fisher, R., Wilson, B.A, Sonnemane, T, Stock, W.D., Fleming, P.A., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Time since fire influences food resources for an endangered species, Carnaby’s cockatoo, in a fire-prone landscape. Biological Conservation 175:1-9. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.04.006
  39. Garcia, L.C., Hobbs, R.J., Maes dos Santos, F.A., Rodrigues, R.R. (2013) Flower and fruit availability along a forest restoration gradient. Biotropica 46(1):114-123. doi:10.1111/btp.12080
  40. Ritchie, E.G., Bradshaw, C.J.A., Dickman, C.R., Hobbs, R.J., et. al. (2013) Continental-Scale Governance and the Hastening of Loss of Australia's Biodiversity. Conservation Biology (online). doi:10.1111/cobi.12189
  41. Kitching, R., Boulter, S., Hobbs, R.J., Mansergh, I., McKellar, R., Stafford Smith, M. & Wardrop, Stadler, F. (2013) National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan Terrestrial Biodiversity: Update 2013, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. ISBN: 978-1-921609-81-7 Link
  42. Lindenmayer, D.B., Blair, D., McBurney, L., Banks, S.C., Stein, J.A.R., Hobbs, R.J., et. al. (2013) Principles and practices for biodiversity conservation and restoration forestry: a 30 year case study on the Victorian montane ash forests and the critically endangered Leadbeater's Possum. Australian Zoologist (pre-print):1-20. doi:10.7882/AZ.2013.007
  43. Heller, N.E., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Development of a natural practice to adapt conservation goals to global change. Conservation Biology (ahead of print) doi:10.1111/cobi.12269
  44. Hobbs, R.J., Menz, M. & Dixon, K.W. (2013) How can global restoration targets be best met? Decision Point No. 68, April 2013, pg:4-5. link
  45. Shackelford, N., Renton, M., Perring, M.P. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Modeling disturbance-based native invasive species control and its implications for management. Ecological Applications 23(6):1331–1344. doi:10.1890/12-1881.1
  46. Dwyer, J.M., Hobbs, R.J. & Mayfield, M.M. (pre-print) Specific leaf area responses to environmental gradients through space and time. Ecology (ahead of print). doi:10.1890/13-0412.1
  47. Hulvey, K.B., Hobbs, R.J., Standish, R.J., Lindenmayer, D.B., Lach, L. & Perring, M.P. (2013) Benefit of using tree-mixes in carbon plantings. Nature Climate Change 3:869-874. doi:10.1038/nclimate1862
  48. Krauss, S.L., Sinclair, E.A., Bussell, J.D. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) An ecological genetic delineation of local seed-source provenance for ecological restoration. Ecology and Evolution (on-line). doi:0.1002/ece3.595
  49. Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J. and Miller, J.R. (2013) Improving city life: options for ecological restoration in urban landscapes and how these might influence interactions between people and nature. Landscape Ecology 28(6):1213-1221. doi:10.1007/s10980-012-9752-1
  50. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Incorporating novelty and novel ecosystems into restoration planning and practice in the 21st century. Ecological Processes 2:18. doi:10.1186/2192-1709-2-18
  51. Cleland, E.E., Collins, S.L., Dickson, T.L., Farrer, E.C., Gross, K.L., Gherardi, L.A., Hallett, L.M., Hobbs, R.J., et. al. (2013) Sensitivity of grassland plant community composition to spatial vs. temporal variation in precipitation. Ecology 94:1687–1696. doi:10.1890/12-1006.1
  52. Hobbs, R.J. & Wiens, J. (2012) From our southern correspondent. Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 44(1):55-57.
  53. Hobbs, R.J., Higgs, E.S., Hall, C.M. (2013) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order (2013) Edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3 This book is accompanied by a companion website: www.wiley.com/go/hobbs/ecosystems
  54. Hobbs, R.J., Higgs, E.S. & Hall, C.M. (2013) Introduction: Why novel ecosystems? Pp 3-8 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  55. Hobbs, R.J., Higgs, E.S. & Hall, C.M. (2013) Defining novel ecosystems. Pp 58-60 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  56. Kennedy, P.L., Lach, L., Lugo, A.E. and Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Fauna and novel ecosystems. Pp 127-141 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  57. Harvie, B.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Case study: Shale bings in central Scotland: From ugly blots on the landscape to cultural and biological heritage. Pp 286-289 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  58. Perring, M.P., Manning, P., Hobbs, R.J., Lugo, A.E., Ramalho, C.E. & Standish, R.J. (2013) Novel urban ecosystems and ecosystem services. Pp 310-325 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  59. Hobbs, R.J., Higgs, E.S. & Hall, C.M. (2013) What do we know about, and what do we do about, novel ecosystems? Pp 353-360 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  60. Qiu, S., Bell, R.W., Hobbs, R.J. & McComb, A.J. (2013) Overstorey and juvenile response to thinning and drought in a jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Donn ex Sm.) forest of southwestern Australia. Plant and Soil 365(1-2):291-305. doi:10.1007/s11104-012-1368-3
  61. Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Grieving for the past and hoping for the future: Balancing polarizing perspectives in conservation and restoration. Restoration Ecology 21(2):145-148. doi:10.1111/rec.12014
  62. Menz, M.H.M., Dixon, K.W. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Hurdles and opportunities for landscape-scale restoration. Science 339(6119):526-527. doi:10.1126/science.1228334
  63. Trueman, M., Hobbs, R.J. & Van Niel, K. (2013) Interdisciplinary historical vegetation mapping for ecological restoration in Galapagos. Landscape Ecology 28(3):519-532. doi:10.1007/s10980-013-9854-4
  64. Shackelford, N., Hobbs, R.J., Heller, N.E., Hallett, L.M. & Seastedt, T.R. (2013) Finding a middle-ground: The native/non-native debate. Biological Conservation 158:55-62. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2012.08.020
  65. Christie, K., Stokes, V.L., Craig, M.D. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Microhabitat preference of Egernia napoleonis in undisturbed Jarrah Forest, and availability and introduction of microhabitats to encourage colonization of restored forest. Restoration Ecology (early view). doi:10.1111/rec.12002
  66. Shackelford, N., Hobbs, R.J., Burgar, J.M., Erickson, T.E., Fontaine, J.B., Laliberte, E., Ramalho, C.E., Perring, M.P. & Standish, R.J. (2013) Primed for Change: Developing Ecological Restoration for the 21st Century.Restoration Ecology 21(3):297-304. doi:10.1111/rec.12012
  67. Qiu, S., Bell, R.W., Hobbs, R.J. and McComb, A.J. (2013) Overstorey and juvenile response to thinning and drought in a jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Donn ex Sm.) forest of southwestern Australia. Plant and Soil 365(1-2):291-305. doi:10.1007/s11104-012-1368-3
  68. George, S.J., Harper, R.J., Hobbs, R.J. & Tibbett, M. (2012) A sustainable agricultural landscape for Australia: A review of interlacing carbon sequestration, biodiversity and salinity management in agroforestry systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 163:28-36. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2012.06.022
  69. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J., Hulvey, K.B., Lach, L., Morald, T.K., Parsons, R., Didham, R.K. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Services Experiment: Can restoration of former agricultural land achieve multiple outcomes? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 163:14–27. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2012.02.016
  70. Maron, M. and Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Replacing lost ecosystems - the Devil is in the detail. Decision Point No. 63, September 2012, pg:6-7. link
  71. Maron, M., Hobbs, R.J., Moilanen, A., Matthews, J.W., Christie, K., Gardner, T.A., Keith, D.A., Lindenmayer, D.B. & McAlpine, C.A. (2012) Faustian bargains? Restoration realities in the context of biodiversity offset policies. Biological Conservation 155:141-148. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2012.06.003
  72. Craig, M.D., Hardy, G.E.S.J., Fontaine, J.B., Garkakalis, M.J., Grigg, A.H., Grant, C.D., Fleming, P.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Identifying unidirectional and dynamic habitat filters to faunal recolonisation in restored mine‐pits. Journal of Applied Ecology 49(4):919-928. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02152.x
  73. Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Caught in a (WA) minefield. Decision Point No. 61, July 2012, pg:4-5. link
  74. Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Environmental Management and Restoration in a Changing Climate. Pp 23-29 in Restoration Ecology: The New Frontier, 2nd Edition, edited by J. van Andel and J. Aronson. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK, ISBN: 978-1-4443-3635-1. doi:10.1002/9781118223130.ch3
  75. Lindenmayer, D.B., et. al., Hobbs, R.J., et. al. (2012) Improving biodiversity monitoring. Austral Ecology 37(3):285–294. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2011.02314.x
  76. Ramalho, C.E. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Straw man or scaffolding? Building the foundations of urban ecology: a reply to McDonnell et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 27(5):256-257. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2012.01.013
  77. Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Cheerfulness and grumpiness in ecological monitoring in Australia. Pp 43-48 in Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia, edited by D.B. Lindenmayer and P. Gibbons. CSIRO Publishing, The Australian National University, ACT. ISBN: 978-0-6431-0357-3.
  78. Sharip, Z., Schooler, S.S., Hipsey, M.R. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Eutrophication, agriculture and water level control shift aquatic plant communities from floating-leaved to submerged macrophytes in Lake Chini, Malaysia. Biological Invasions 14(5):1029-1044. doi:10.1007/s10530-011-0137-1
  79. Ramalho, C.E. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Time for a change: dynamic urban ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27(3):179-188. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2011.10.008
  80. Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Australia: better solutions to wildfires. Nature 482(7386):471-471 doi:10.1038/482471d
  81. Standish, R.J., Fontaine, J.B., Harris, R.J., Stock, W.D. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Interactive effects of altered rainfall and simulated nitrogen deposition on seedling establishment in a global biodiversity hotspot. Oikos 121(12):2014-2015 doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.20553.x
  82. Martinez, M.L., Feagin, R.A., Yeager, K.M., Day, J., Costanza, R., Harris, J.A., Hobbs, R.J., et al. (2012) Artificial modifications of the coast in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill: quick solutions or long-term liabilities? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10(1):44-49. doi:10.1890/100151
  83. Farrell, C., Hobbs, R.J. & Colmer, T. D. (2012). Microsite and litter cover effects on seed banks vary with seed size and dispersal mechanisms: implications for revegetation of degraded saline land. Plant Ecology 213(7):1145-1155. doi:10.1007/s11258-012-0072-y
  84. Qiu, S., Bell, R.W., Hobbs, R.J. and McComb, A.J. (2012) Estimating nutrient budgets for prescribed thinning in a regrowth eucalyptus forest in south-west Australia. Forestry 85(1):51-61. doi:10.1093/forestry/cpr054
  85. Lindenmayer, D.B., Hulvey, K.B., Hobbs, R J., Colyvan, M., Felton, A., Possingham, H., Steffen, W., Wilson, K., Youngentob, K. and Gibbons, P. (2012) Avoiding bio-perversity from carbon sequestration solutions. Conservation Letters 5(1):28–36. doi:10.1111/j.1755-263X.2011.00213.x
  86. Hobbs, R.J. (2012) From our southern correspondent. Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 43(1):40-41.

Rachel Standish

Dr Rachel Standish
  1. Harrop-Archibald, H., Didham, R., Standish, R., Tibbett, M., Hobbs, R. (2016) Mechanisms linking fungal conditioning of leaf litter to detritivore feeding activity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93:119-130. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.10.021
  2. Funk, J.L., Standish, R.J., Stock, W.D., Valladres, F. (2016) Plant functional traits of dominant native and invasive species in Mediterranean-climate ecosystems. Ecology 97(1):75-83. doi:10.1890/15-0974.1
  3. Daws, M.I., Standish, R.J., Koch, J.M., Morald, T.K., Tibbett, M., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Phosphorus fertilisation and large legume species affect jarrah forest restoration after bauxite mining. Forest Ecology and Management 354:10-17. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.003
  4. Orozco-Aceves, M., Standish, R.J, Tibbett, M. (2015) Soil conditioning and plant-soil feedbacks in a modified forest ecosystem are soil-context dependent. Plant and Soil 390(1-2):183-194. doi:10.1007/s11104-015-2390-z
  5. Perring, M.P., Jonson, J., Freudenberger, D., Campbell, R., Rooney, M., Hobbs, R.J., Standish, R.J. (2015) Soil-vegetation type, stem density and species richness influence biomass of restored woodland in south-western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 344:53-62. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.02.012
  6. Perring, M.P., Standish, R., Price, J.N., Craig, M.D., Erickson, T., Ruthrof, K.X., Whiteley, A.S., Valentine, L.E., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades. Ecosphere 6(8):Art.131. doi:10.1890/ES15-00121.1
  7. Standish, R.J., Daws, M.I., Gove, A.D., Didham, R.K., Grigg, A.H., Koch, J.M, Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Long-term data suggest jarrah-forest establishment at restored mine sites is resistant to climate variability. Journal of Ecology 103(1):78-89. doi:1365-2745.12301
  8. Orozco-Aceves, M., Standish, R.J, Tibbett, M. (2015) Long-term conditioning of soil by plantation eucalypts and pines does not affect growth of the native jarrah tree. Forest Ecology and Management 338:92-99. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2014.11.007
  9. Denmead, L.H., Barker, G.M., Standish, R.J, Didham, R.K. (2015) Experimental evidence that even minor livestock trampling has severe effects on land snail communities in forest remnants. Journal of Applied Ecology 52(1):161-170. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12370
  10. Hallett, L.M., Standish, R.J., Jonson, J., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Seedling emergence and summer survival after direct seeding for woodland restoration on old fields in south-western Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration 15(2):140-146. doi:10.1111/emr.12110
  11. Standish, R.J., Hulvey, K.B. (2014) Co-benefits of planting species mixes in carbon projects. Ecological Management & Restoration 15(1):26-29. doi:10.1111/emr.12084
  12. Hobbs, R., Higgs, E, Hall, C.M., Bridgewater, P., Chapin III, F.S., Ellis, E.C., Ewel, J.J., Hallett, L.M., Harris, J., Hulvey, K., Jackson, S.T., Kennedy, P.L., Kueffer, C., Lach, L., Lantz, T.C., Lugo, A.E., Mascaro, J., Murphy, S.D., Nelson, C.D., Perring, M.P., Richardson, D.M., Seastedt, T.R., Standish, R., Starzomski, B.M., Suding, K.N., Tognetti, P.M., Yakob, L., Yung, L. (2014) Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid, and novel ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(10):557-564. doi:10.1890/130300
  13. Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J., Mayfield, M.M., Bestelmeyer, B.T., Suding, K.N., Battaglia, L.L., Eviner, V., Hawkes, C.V., Temperton, V.M., Cramer, V.A., Harris, J.A., Funk, J.L., Thomas, P.A. (2014) Resilience in ecology: Abstraction, distraction, or where the action is? Biological Conservation 177:43-51. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.06.008
  14. Trueman, M., Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Identifying management options for modified vegetation: Application of the novel ecosystems framework to a case study in the Galapagos Islands. Biological Conservation 172:37-48. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.02.005
  15. Renton, M., Shackelford, N., Standish, R.J. (2013) How will climate variability interact with long-term climate change to affect the persistence of plant species in fragmented landscapes? Environmental Conservation 41(2):110-121. doi:10.1017/S0376892913000490
  16. Standish, R., Shackelford, N., Catford, J. (2014) Taking resilience back to its ecological roots. Decision Point #77 http://www.decision-point.com.au/past-issues/dpoint76/1911.html
  17. Trueman M., Standish R.J., Orellana D., Cabrera W. (2014) Mapping the extent and spread of multiple plant invasions can help prioritise management in Galapagos National Park. NeoBiota 23:1–16. doi:10.3897/neobiota.23.7800
  18. Hulvey, K.B., Hobbs, R.J., Standish, R.J., Lindenmayer, D.B., Lach, L. & Perring, M.P. (2013) Benefit of using tree-mixes in carbon plantings. Nature Climate Change 3:869-874. doi:10.1038/nclimate1862
  19. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Incorporating novelty and novel ecosystems into restoration planning and practice in the 21st century. Ecological Processes 2:18. doi:10.1186/2192-1709-2-18
  20. Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J. and Miller, J.R. (2013) Improving city life: options for ecological restoration in urban landscapes and how these might influence interactions between people and nature. Landscape Ecology 28(6):1213-1221. doi:10.1007/s10980-012-9752-1
  21. Daws, M.I., Standish, R.J., Koch, J.M. & Morald, T.K. (2013) Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer regime affect jarrah forest restoration after bauxite mining in Western Australia. Applied Vegetation Science 16(4):610-618. doi:10.1111/avsc.12046
  22. Perring, M.P., Manning, P., Hobbs, R.J., Lugo, A.E., Ramalho, C.E. & Standish, R.J. (2013) Novel urban ecosystems and ecosystem services. Pp 310-325 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  23. Hallett, L.M., Standish, R.J., Hulvey, K.B., Gardener, M.R., Suding, K.N., Starzomski, B.M., Murphy, S.D. & Harris, J.A. (2013) Towards a conceptual framework for novel ecosystems. Pp 16-28 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  24. Hulvey, K.B., Standish, R.J., Hallett, L.M., Starzomski, B.M., Murphy, S.D., Nelson, C.R., Gardener, M.R., Kennedy, P.L., Seastedt, T.R. & Suding, K.N. (2013) Incorporating novel ecosystems into management frameworks. Pp 157-171 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  25. Standish, R.J., Thompson, A., Higgs, E.S. & Murphy, S.D. (2013) Concerns above novel ecosystems. Pp 296-309 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  26. Renton, M., Childs, S., Standish, R. & Shackelford, N. (2013) Plant migration and persistence under climate change in fragmented landscapes: Does it depend on the key point of vulnerability within the lifecycle? Ecological Modelling 249:50-58. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.07.005
  27. Shackelford, N., Hobbs, R.J., Burgar, J.M., Erickson, T.E., Fontaine, J.B., Laliberte, E., Ramalho, C.E., Perring, M.P. & Standish, R.J. (2013) Primed for Change: Developing Ecological Restoration for the 21st Century.Restoration Ecology 21(3):297-304. doi:10.1111/rec.12012
  28. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J., Hulvey, K.B., Lach, L., Morald, T.K., Parsons, R., Didham, R.K. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Services Experiment: Can restoration of former agricultural land achieve multiple outcomes? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 163:14–27. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2012.02.016
  29. Standish, R.J., Fontaine, J.B., Harris, R.J., Stock, W.D. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Interactive effects of altered rainfall and simulated nitrogen deposition on seedling establishment in a global biodiversity hotspot.Oikos 121(12):2014-2015 doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.20553.x
  30. Renton, M., Shackelford, N. & Standish, R. J. (2012), Habitat restoration will help some functional plant types persist under climate change in fragmented landscapes. Global Change Biology 18(6):2057–2070. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02677.x
  31. Standish, R.J. (2012) Bringing together people and nature in the suburbs. Decision Point No. 63, September 2012, pg:8-9. link
  32. Standish, R.J., Hobbs, R.J. and Valentine, L.E. (2012) Tipping Point for Cockatoos in Perth. Hot Topics in Ecology, Ecological Society of Australia (online)
  33. Prober, S.M., et al. (2011) Facilitating adaptation of biodiversity to climate change: a conceptual framework applied to the world’s largest Mediterranean-climate woodland. Climatic Change 110(1-2):227-248. doi:10.1007/s10584-011-0092-y
  34. Prober, S.M., Standish, R.J. and Wiehl, G. (2011) After the fence: vegetation and topsoil condition in grazed, fenced and benchmark eucalypt woodlands of fragmented agricultural landscapes. Australian Journal of Botany 59(4):369-381 doi:10.1071/BT11026
  35. Prober, S.M., et al. (2011) Facilitating adaptation of biodiversity to climate change: a conceptual framework applied to the world’s largest Mediterranean-climate woodland. Climatic Change 110(1-2):227-248. doi:10.1007/s10584-011-0092-y
  36. Hallett, L.M., Standish, R. and Hobbs, R.J. (2011) Seed mass and summer drought survival in a Mediterranean-climate ecosystem.Plant Ecology, 212(9):1479-1489. doi:10.1007/s11258-011-9922-2
  37. Standish RJ and Hobbs RJ (2009) Restoration of OCBILs in south-western Australia: Response to Hopper. Plant and Soil 330(1-2):15-18 doi:10.1007/s11104-009-0182-z
  38. Standish, R.J., Cramer, V.A. and Hobbs, R.J. (2008) Land-use legacy and the persistence of invasive Avena barbata on abandoned farmland. Journal of Applied Ecology 45(6):1576–1583. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2008.01558.x
  39. Cramer, V.A., Hobbs, R.J., Standish, R.J. (2008) What’s new about old fields? Land abandonment and ecosystem assembly. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 23 : 104-112. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2007.10.005
  40. Standish, R.J., Cramer, V.A. and Yates, C.J. (2008) A revised state-and-transition model for the restoration of woodlands in Western Australia. New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics (eds R.J. Hobbs & K.N. Suding). Island Press, Washington, DC. ISBN: 978-1-5972-6185-2
  41. Standish, R.J., Sparrow, A.D., Williams, P.A. and Hobbs, R.J. (2008) A State-and-Transition Model for the Recovery of Abandoned Farmland in New Zealand. In New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics (eds R.J. Hobbs & K.N. Suding). Island Press, Washington, DC. ISBN: 978-1-5972-6185-2
  42. Harris, R.J. and Standish, R.J. (2008) Ant dispersal and predation affects the availability of seeds for old-field recolonisation in Western Australia. The Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 91: 301–312.
  43. Standish, R.J., Cramer, V.A., Wild, S. and Hobbs, R.J. (2007) Seed dispersal and recruitment limitation are barriers to native recolonisation of old-fields in Western Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 44(2):435-445. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2006.01262.x
  44. Standish, R.J., Stokes, B.A., Tibbett, M. and Hobbs, R.J. (2007) Seedling response to phosphate addition and inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizas and the implications for old-field restoration in Western Australia. Environmental and Experimental Botany 61(1):58-65. doi:10.1016/j.envexpbot.2007.03.004
  45. Cramer, V.A., Standish, R.J. and Hobbs, R.J. (2007) Western Australian old fields: prospects for the recovery of native vegetation in an ancient and highly modified landscape. Pp 286-306 in Old fields: Dynamics and Restoration of Abandoned Farmland, edited by V.A. Cramer and R.J. Hobbs. Island Press, Washington, D.C. ISBN: 978-1-5972-6074-9
  46. Standish, R.J., Cramer, V.A., Hobbs, R.J. and Kobryn, H.T. (2006) Legacy of land-use evident in soils of Western Australia's wheatbelt. Plant and Soil 280(1-2):189–207. doi:10.1007/s11104-005-2855-6

Mike Craig

Dr Mike Craig
  1. Perring, M.P., Standish, R., Price, J.N., Craig, M.D., Erickson, T., Ruthrof, K.X., Whiteley, A.S., Valentine, L.E., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades. Ecosphere 6(8):Art.131. doi:10.1890/ES15-00121.1
  2. Burgar, J.M., Craig, M.D., Stokes, V.L. (2015) The importance of mature forest as bat roosting habitat within a production landscape. Forest Ecology and Management (in press) doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.027
  3. Craig, M.D., Stokes, V.L., Fontaine, J.B., St.J.Hardy, G.E., Grigg, A.H., Hobss, R.J. (2015) Do state-and-transition models derived from vegetation succession also represent avian succession in restored mine-pits?. Ecological Applications (in press) doi:10.1890/14-1519.1
  4. Craig, M.D., Stokes, V.L., Hobbs, R., St.J.Hardy, G.E. (2015) Edge effects across boundaries between natural and restored jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forests in south-western Australia. Austral Ecology 40(2):186-197. doi:10.1111/aec.12193
  5. Mijangos, J.L., Pacioni, C., Spencer, B.S., Craig, M.D. (2015) Contribution of genetics to ecological restoration. Molecular Ecology 24:22-37. doi:10.1111/mec.12995
  6. Craig, M.D., Grigg, A.H., Hobbs, R.J., St. J. Hardy, G.E. (2014) Does coarse woody debris density and volume influence the terrestrial vertebrate community in restored bauxite mines? Forest Ecology and Management 318:142-150. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2014.01.011
  7. Davis, R.A., Valentine, L.E., Craig, M.D., Wilson, B., Bancroft, W.J., Mallie, M. (2014) Impact of Phytophthora-dieback on birds in Banksia woodlands in south west Western Australia. Biological Conservation 171:136-144. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.01.027
  8. Burgar, J.M., Murray, D.C., Craig, M.D., Haile, J., Houston, J., Stokes, V., Bunce, M. (2014) Who's for dinner? High- throughput sequencing reveals bat dietary differentiation in a biodiversity hotspot where prey taxonomy is largely undescribed. Molecular Ecology 23(15):3605-3617. doi:10.1111/mec.12531
  9. McGregor, R.A., Stokes, V.L., Craig, M.D. (2014) Does forest restoration in fragmented landscapes provide habitat for a wide-ranging carnivore? Animal Conservation 17(5):467-475. doi:10.1111/acv.12112
  10. Moore, T.L., Craig, M.D., Valentine, L.E., St.J.Hardy, G.E., Fleming, P.A. (2014) Signs of wildlife activity and Eucalyptus wandoo condition. Australian Mammalogy 36:146-153. doi:10.1071/AM13022
  11. Moore, T.L., Valentine, L.E., Craig, M.D., St.J.Hardy, G.E., Fleming, P.A. (2014) Does woodland condition influence the diversity and abundance of small mammal communities? Australian Mammalogy 36(1):35-44. doi:10.1071/AM13007
  12. Moore, T.L., Valentine, L.E., Craig, M.D., et. al. (2013) Do woodland birds prefer to forage in healthy Eucalyptus wandoo trees? Australian Journal of Zoology 61(3) 187-195. doi:10.1071/ZO13045
  13. Christie, K., Stokes, V.L., Craig, M.D. & Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Microhabitat preference of Egernia napoleonis in undisturbed Jarrah Forest, and availability and introduction of microhabitats to encourage colonization of restored forest. Restoration Ecology (early view). doi:10.1111/rec.12002
  14. Craig, M.D., Hardy, G.E.S.J., Fontaine, J.B., Garkakalis, M.J., Grigg, A.H., Grant, C.D., Fleming, P.A. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) Identifying unidirectional and dynamic habitat filters to faunal recolonisation in restored mine‐pits. Journal of Applied Ecology 49(4):919-928. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02152.x
  15. Christie, K., Craig, M.D., Stokes, V.L. & Hobbs, R.J. (2011) Movement patterns by Egernia napoleonis following reintroduction into restored jarrah forest. Wildlife Research 38(6):475-481. doi:10.1071/WR11063
  16. Christie, K., Craig, M.D., Stokes, V.L. and Hobbs, R.J. (2011) Home range size and micro-habitat density requirements of Egernia napoleonis: Implications for restored jarrah forest of South Western Australia. Restoration Ecology (in press). doi:10.1111/j.1526-100X.2011.00818.x
  17. Craig, M.D., et al. (2011) How many mature microhabitats does a slow-recolonising reptile require? Implications for restoration of bauxite minesites in south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 59(1) 9-17. doi:10.1071/ZO10046
  18. Webala, P.W., Craig, M.D., et al. (2011) Bat habitat use in logged jarrah eucalypt forests of south-western Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 48(2):398-406. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2010.01934.x
  19. Archibald, R.D., Craig, M.D., et al. (2011) Managing small remnants of native forest to increase biodiversity within plantation landscapes in the south west of Western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 261(7):1254-1264. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2011.01.004
  20. Archibald, R.D., Craig, M.D., Burgess, T.I. & Hardy, G.E.StJ. (2010) Bird communities in small native remnants of contrasting understorey condition within bluegum plantations. Ecological Management and Restoration 11(3):215-217. doi:10.1111/j.1442-8903.2010.00555.x
  21. Webala, P.W., Craig, M.D., et al. (2010) Roost site selection by Southern forest bat Vespadelus regulus and Gould’s long-eared bat Nyctophilus gouldi in logged Jarrah forests, south-western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 260(10):1780-1790. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.08.022
  22. Craig, M.D., Hobbs, R.J., Grigg, A.H., Garkaklis, M.J., Grant, C.D, Fleming, P.A. & Hardy, G.E.StJ. (2010) Does thinning and burning sites revegetated after bauxite mining improve habitat for terrestrial vertebrates? Restoration Ecology 18(3):300-310. doi:10.1111/j.1526-100X.2009.00526.x
  23. Craig, M.D., Grigg, A.H., Garkaklis, M.J., Hobbs, R.J., Grant, C.D., Fleming, P.A. & Hardy, G.E.StJ. (2009) Does habitat structure influence capture probabilities? A study of reptiles in a eucalypt forest. Wildlife Research 36(6):509-515. doi:10.1071/WR09014
  24. Davis, C., Fleming, P, Craig, M., Grigg, A. & Hardy, G. (2008) A funnel trap for capture of small arboreal reptiles. Amphibia-Reptilia 29(3):413-423.
  25. Swinburn M.L., Fleming P.A., Craig M.D., Grigg A.H., Garkaklis M.J., Hobbs R.J. & Hardy G.E.St..J. (2007) The importance of grasstrees (Xanthorrhoea preissii) as habitat for mardo (Antechinus flavipes leucogaster) during post-fire recovery. Wildlife Research 34(8):640-651. doi:10.1071/WR07035
  26. Craig M.D., Withers P.C. & Bradshaw S.D. (2007) Diet of Ctenotus xenopleura (Reptilia: Scincidae) in the southern Goldfields of Western Australia. Australian Zoologist 34(1):89-91.
  27. Craig M.D., Seabrook L.S. & Freeman A.N.D. (2007) Soil surveys in the lower Peterson Creek: how important is sampling scale to identification of original vegetation communities? Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 113: 3-7.
  28. Craig M.D., et al. (2007) Ecology of the western bearded dragon (Pogona minor) in unmined forest and forest restored after bauxite mining in south-west Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 55(2):107-116. doi:10.1071/ZO07002
  29. Craig M.D. (2007) The short-term effects of edges created by forestry operations on the bird community of the jarrah forest, south-western Australia. Austral Ecology 32(4):386-396. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2007.01710.x
  30. Craig M.D. (2007) The ecology of the rufous treecreeper in the southern jarrah forest of southwestern Australia and implications for its conservation and management. Australian Journal of Zoology 55(1):41-48. doi:10.1071/ZO06046
  31. Craig M.D., Withers P.C. & Bradshaw S.D. (2006) Patterns of diet and microhabitat use by four species of sympatric Ctenotus lizards: do they reveal foraging specialisation? Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 89:1-5.

Mike Perring

Dr Mike Perring
  1. Verheyen, K., Vanhellemont, M., Auge, H., Baeten, L., Baraloto, C., Barsoum, N., Bilodeau-Gauthier, S., Bruelheide, H., Castagneyrol, B., Godbold, D., Haase, J., Hector, A., Jactel, H., Koricheva, J., Loreau, M., Mereu, S., Messier, C., Muys, B., Nolet, P., Paquette, A., Parker, J., Perring, M., Ponette, Q., Potvin, C., Reich, P., Smith, A., Weih, M., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., (2016) Contributions of a global network of tree diversity experiments to sustainable forest plantations. Ambio 45(1):29-41. doi:10.1007/s13280-015-0685-1
  2. Perring, M.P., De Frenne, P., Baeten, L., Maes, S.L., Depauw, L., Blondeel, H., Caron, M.M., Verheyen, K., (2016) Global environmental change effects on ecosystems: the importance of land-use legacies. Global Change Biology 22:1361-1371. doi:10.1111/gcb.13146
  3. England, J.R., Paul, K.I., Cunningham, S.C., Madhavan, D.B., Baker, T.G., Read, Z., Wilson, B.R., Cavagnaro, T.R., Lewis, T., Perring, M.P., Herrmann, T., Polglase, P.J., (2016) Previous land use and climate influence differences in soil organic carbon following reforestation of agricultural land with mixed-species plantings. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 227:61-72. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2016.04.026
  4. Perring, M.P., Jonson, J., Freudenberger, D., Campbell, R., Rooney, M., Hobbs, R.J., Standish, R.J. (2015) Soil-vegetation type, stem density and species richness influence biomass of restored woodland in south-western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 344:53-62. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.02.012
  5. Kardol, P., Veen, G.F.C., Teste, F.P., Perring, M.P. (2015) Peeking into the black box: A trait-based approach to predicting plant-soil feedback. New Phytologist 206(1):1-4. doi:10.1111/nph.13283
  6. Perring, M.P., Standish, R., Price, J.N., Craig, M.D., Erickson, T., Ruthrof, K.X., Whiteley, A.S., Valentine, L.E., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades. Ecosphere 6(8):Art.131. doi:10.1890/ES15-00121.1
  7. Shackelford, N., Renton, M., Perring, M.P., Brooks, K., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Biodiversity change in heathland and its relationships with shifting local fire regimes and native species expansion. Journal of Plant Ecology 8(1):17-29. doi:10.1093/jpe/rtu005
  8. Perring, M.P., Audet, P., Lamb, D. (2014) Novel ecosystems in ecological restoration and rehabilitation: Innovative planning or lowering the bar? Ecological Processes 3(8):1-4. doi:10.1186/2192-1709-3-8
  9. Hobbs, R., Higgs, E, Hall, C.M., Bridgewater, P., Chapin III, F.S., Ellis, E.C., Ewel, J.J., Hallett, L.M., Harris, J., Hulvey, K., Jackson, S.T., Kennedy, P.L., Kueffer, C., Lach, L., Lantz, T.C., Lugo, A.E., Mascaro, J., Murphy, S.D., Nelson, C.D., Perring, M.P., Richardson, D.M., Seastedt, T.R., Standish, R., Starzomski, B.M., Suding, K.N., Tognetti, P.M., Yakob, L., Yung, L. (2014) Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid, and novel ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(10):557-564. doi:10.1890/130300
  10. Martin, L.J., Quinn, J.E., Ellis, E.C., Shaw, M.R., Dorning, M.A., Hallett, L.M., Heller, N.E., Hobbs, R.J., Kraft, C.E., Law, E., Michel, N.L., Perring, M.P., Shirey, P.D., Wiederholt, R. (2014) Conservation opportunities across the world’s anthromes. Diversity and Distributions 20(7):745-755. doi:10.1111/ddi.12220
  11. Hulvey, K.B., Hobbs, R.J., Standish, R.J., Lindenmayer, D.B., Lach, L. & Perring, M.P. (2013) Benefit of using tree-mixes in carbon plantings. Nature Climate Change 3:869-874. doi:10.1038/nclimate1862
  12. Shackelford, N., Renton, M., Perring, M.P. and Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Modeling disturbance-based native invasive species control and its implications for management. Ecological Applications 23(6):1331–1344. doi:10.1890/12-1881.1
  13. Brook, B.W., Ellis, E.C., Perring, M.P., Mackay, A.W., Blomqvist, L. Does the terrestrial biosphere have planetary tipping points? (2013) Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28 (7) PP. 396 - 401 Cited 7 times. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2013.01.016
  14. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J. and Hobbs, R.J. (2013) Incorporating novelty and novel ecosystems into restoration planning and practice in the 21st century. Ecological Processes 2:18. doi:10.1186/2192-1709-2-18
  15. Perring, M.P., Manning, P., Hobbs, R.J., Lugo, A.E., Ramalho, C.E. & Standish, R.J. (2013) Novel urban ecosystems and ecosystem services. Pp 310-325 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  16. Mascaro, J., Harris, J.A., Lach, L., Thompson, A., Perring, M.P., Richardson, D.M. & Ellis, E.C. (2013) Origins of the novel ecosystem concept. Pp 45-57 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  17. Ellis, E.C. & Perring, M.P. (2013) The extent of novel ecosystems: Long in time and broad in space. Pp 66-80 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  18. Harris, J.A., Murphy, S.D., Nelson, C.R., Perring, M.P. & Tognetti, P.M. (2013) Characterizing novel ecosystems: Challenges for measurement. Pp 192-204 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  19. Perring, M.P. (2013) Case study: A rocky novel ecosystem: Industrial origins to conservation concern. Pp 269-271 in Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order, edited by R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs & C.M. Hall. John Wiley & Sons, USA. 380pp. ISBN:978-1-1183-5422-3
  20. Shackelford, N., Hobbs, R.J., Burgar, J.M., Erickson, T.E., Fontaine, J.B., Laliberte, E., Ramalho, C.E., Perring, M.P. & Standish, R.J. (2013) Primed for Change: Developing Ecological Restoration for the 21st Century.Restoration Ecology 21(3):297-304. doi:10.1111/rec.12012
  21. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J., Hulvey, K.B., Lach, L., Morald, T.K., Parsons, R., Didham, R.K. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Services Experiment: Can restoration of former agricultural land achieve multiple outcomes? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 163:14–27. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2012.02.016
  22. Perring, M.P. & Hovenden, M.J. (2012) Seedling survivorship of temperate grassland perennials is remarkably resistant to projected changes in rainfall. Australian Journal of Botany 60(4):328-339. doi:10.1071/BT12042
  23. Perring, M.P., Cullen, B.R., Johnson, I.R. & Hovenden, M. (2010) Modelled effects of rising CO2 concentration and climate change on native perennial grass and sown grass - legume pastures. Climate Research 42(1):65-78. doi:10.3354/cr00863
  24. Perring, M.P., Edwards, G.R. & de Mazancourt, C. (2009) Removing phosphorus from ecosystems through nitrogen fertilization and cutting with removal of biomass. Ecosystems 12(7):1130-1144. doi:10.1007/s10021-009-9279-8
  25. Perring, M.P. & Hovenden, M. (2009) Climate change impacts on south-east Australian grasslands. Report for Australian Federal Department for Climate Change.
  26. Perring, M.P., Hedin, L.O., Levin, S.A., McGroddy, M. & de Mazancourt, C. (2008) Increased plant growth from nitrogen addition should conserve phosphorus in terrestrial ecosystems.Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA 105(6):1971-1976. doi:10.1073/pnas.0711618105
  27. Cullen, B., others & Perring, M. (2008) Climate change impacts on Australian grazing systems. Whole Farm Systems Analysis and Tools for the Australian and New Zealand Grazing Industries Project Report. ISBN13: 9780734040916.
  28. Kerr, J., Perring, M. & Currie, D. (2006) The missing Madagascan mid-domain effect. Ecology Letters 9(2):149-159.
    doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2005.00860.x

Tim Morald

Tim Morald
  1. Daws, M.I., Standish, R.J., Koch, J.M. & Morald, T.K. (2013) Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer regime affect jarrah forest restoration after bauxite mining in Western Australia. Applied Vegetation Science 16(4):610-618. doi:10.1111/avsc.12046
  2. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J., Hulvey, K.B., Lach, L., Morald, T.K., Parsons, R., Didham, R.K. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Services Experiment: Can restoration of former agricultural land achieve multiple outcomes? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 163:14–27. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2012.02.016
  3. Koch, J.M., Ruschmann., and Morald, T.K. (2010) Effect of time since burn on soil seedbanks in the jarrah forest of Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 57(8):647-660. doi:10.1071/BT09101
  4. Standish, R.J., Morald, T.K., Koch, J.M., Hobbs, R.J. and Tibbett, M (2008) Restoring Jarrah Forest after Bauxite Mining in Western Australia – The Effect of Fertilizer on Floristic Diversity and Composition. Mine Closure 2008 – A.B. Fourie, M. Tibbett, I.M. Weiersbye, P.J. Dye (eds), pp 717-725. ISBN: 978-0-9804-1856-9
  5. Norman, M. A., Koch, J.M., Grant, C.D., Morald, T.K., and Ward, S.C. (2006) Vegetation succession after bauxite mining in Western Australia. Restoration Ecology 14(2):278-288. doi:10.1111/j.1526-100X.2006.00130.x
  6. Eastham, J., Morald, T. and Aylmore, P. (2006) Effective nutrient sources for plant growth on bauxite residue: I comparing organic and inorganic fertilizers. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 176(1-4):5-19. doi:10.1007/s11270-005-8870-7
  7. Eastham, J. and Morald, T. (2006) Effective nutrient sources for plant growth on bauxite residue: II evaluating the response to inorganic fertilizers. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 171(1-4):315-331. doi:10.1007/s11270-005-9055-0

Bec Parsons

  1. Perring, M.P., Standish, R.J., Hulvey, K.B., Lach, L., Morald, T.K., Parsons, R., Didham, R.K. & Hobbs, R.J. (2012) The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Services Experiment: Can restoration of former agricultural land achieve multiple outcomes? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 163:14–27. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2012.02.016

 

Leonie Valentine

  1. Moore, T., Ruthrof, K., Craig, M., Valentine, L., Hardy, G., Fleming, P., (2016) Living (and reproducing) on the edge: reproductive phenology is impacted by rainfall and canopy decline in a Mediterranean eucalypt. Australian Journal of Botany 64(2):129-141. doi:10.1071/BT15004
  2. 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(1):117-126. doi:10.1111/geb.12404
  3. Ruthrof, K. X., Matusick, G., Valentine, L. E., & Hardy, G. E. St. J. (2015) Facilitating Regeneration of an Iconic Canopy Species with Specific Niche Requirements. Open Journal of Forestry 5:402-408. doi:10.4236/ojf.2015.54034
  4. Davis, R.A., Valentine, L.E., Craig, M.D., Wilson, B., Bancroft, W.J., Mallie, M. (2014) Impact of Phytophthora-dieback on birds in Banksia woodlands in south west Western Australia. Biological Conservation 171:136-144. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.01.027
  5. Moore, T.L., Craig, M.D., Valentine, L.E., St.J.Hardy, G.E., Fleming, P.A. (2014) Signs of wildlife activity and Eucalyptus wandoo condition. Australian Mammalogy 36:146-153. doi:10.1071/AM13022
  6. Moore, T.L., Valentine, L.E., Craig, M.D., St.J.Hardy, G.E., Fleming, P.A. (2014) Does woodland condition influence the diversity and abundance of small mammal communities? Australian Mammalogy 36(1):35-44. doi:10.1071/AM13007
  7. Bower, D.S., Valentine, L.E., Grice, A.C., Hodgson, L., Schwarzkopf, L. (2014) A trade-off in conservation: Weed management decreases the abundance of common reptile and frog species while restoring an invaded floodplain. Biological Conservation 179:123-128. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.09.003
  8. Fleming, P.A., Anderson, H., Prendergast, A.S., Bretz, M.R., Valentine, L.E., St.J.Hardy, G.E. (2014) Is the loss of Australian digging mammals contributing to a deterioration in ecosystem function? Mammal Review 44(2):94-108. doi:10.1111/mam.12014
  9. Valentine, L.E. (2014) Ecosystem services of digging animals Plant Life on the Sandplains in Southwest Australia: A global biodiversity hotspot Ed: Hans Lambers UWA Publishing Valentine, L.E., Fisher, R., Wilson, B.A, Sonnemane, T, Stock, W.D., Fleming, P.A., Hobbs, R.J. (2014) Time since fire influences food resources for an endangered species, Carnaby’s cockatoo, in a fire-prone landscape. Biological Conservation 175:1-9. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2014.04.006
  10. Wilson, B.A., Kuehs, J., Valentine, L.E., Sonneman, T., Wolfe, K.M. (2014) Guidelines for ecological burning regimes in Mediterranean ecosystems: A case study in Banksia woodlands in Western Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology 20(1):57- 74.
  11. Fleming, P.A., Valentine, L.E. and Bateman, P.W. (2013) Telling Tails: Selective Pressures Acting on Investment in Lizard Tails. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86(6):645-658. doi:10.1086/673864
  12. Moore, T.L., Valentine, L.E., Craig, M.D., et. al. (2013) Do woodland birds prefer to forage in healthy Eucalyptus wandoo trees? Australian Journal of Zoology 61(3) 187-195. doi:10.1071/ZO13045
  13. Valentine, L.E., Reaveley, A., Johnson, B., Fisher, R. and Wilson, B.A. (2012) Burning in Banksia Woodlands: How Does the Fire-Free Period Influence Reptile Communities? PLoS ONE 7(4):e34448. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0034448
  14. Valentine, L.E., Schwarzkopf, L. and Johnson, C.N. (2012) Effects of a short fire-return interval on resources and assemblage structure of birds in a tropical savanna. Austral Ecology 37(1):23-34. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2011.02244.x
  15. Wilson, B.A., Valentine, L.E., Reaveley, A., Isaac, J. and Wolfe, K.M. (2012). Terrestrial mammals of the Gnangara Groundwater System, Western Australia: history, status, and the possible impacts of a drying climate. Australian Mammalogy 34(2):202–216. doi:10.1071/AM11040
  16. Ruthrof, K.X. and Valentine, L.E. (2011) Ecological, economic and social challenges, restoration filters and planning for the unknown. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):34-35. link
  17. Valentine, L.E. and Schwarzkopf, L. (2009) Effects of weed-management burning on reptile assemblages in Australian tropical savannas. Conservation Biology 23(1):109-113. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2008.01074.x
  18. Isaac, J.L., Valentine, L.E. and Goodman, B.A. (2008) Demographic responses of an arboreal marsupial, the common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula), to a prescribed fire. Population Ecology 50(1):101-109. doi:10.1007/s10144-007-0057-1
  19. Valentine, L.E., Roberts, B., and Schwarzkopf, L. (2007) Mechanisms driving weed avoidance by native lizards. Journal of Applied Ecology 44(1):228-237. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2006.01244.x
  20. Valentine, L.E., Schwarzkopf, L., Johnson, C.N. and Grice, A.C. (2007) Burning season influences the response of bird assemblages to fire in tropical savannas. Biological Conservation 137(1):90-101. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2007.01.018
  21. Valentine, L.E. (2006) Habitat avoidance of an introduced weed by native lizards. Austral Ecology 31(6):372-375. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2006.01615.x

Dr Melinda Moir

  1. Moir, M.L., Hitchen, Y., Gardner, M.G., Coates, D.J., Jason Kennington, W. (2015) Isolation and characterisation of 14 polymorphic microsatellite loci for the plant-louse Trioza barrettae (Hemiptera:Triozidae). Australian Journal of Zoology 63(3):201-203. doi:10.1071/ZO15009
  2. Moir, M.L., Hughes, L.A., Vesk, P.A., Leng, M. (2014) Which host-dependent insects are most prone to coextinction under changed climates? Ecology and Evolution 4(8):1295-1312. doi:10.1002/ece3.1021
  3. Taylor, G.S., Moir, M.L. (2014) Further evidence of the coextinction threat for jumping plant-lice: Three new Acizzia (Psyllidae) and Trioza (Triozidae) from Western Australia. Insect Systematics and Evolution 45(3):283-302. doi:10.1163/1876312X-00002107
  4. Moir M.L. & Lis B. (2012) New species of Ceratocader (Hemiptera: Tingidae) from Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum 27(2):148-155. link
  5. Moir, M.L. (2012) Book Review : Beetles in Conservation. TR New. Wiley‐Blackwell. Austral Ecology 37(8):e37-e37. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2012.02433.x
  6. Moir, M.L. & Guilbert, E. (2012) Swaustraltingis isobellae, a new genus and new species of Australian lacebug (Insecta: Heteroptera: Tingidae), with a redescription of Cysteochila cracentis Drake, and notes on the lacebug fauna of south-west Australia. Australian Journal of Entomology 51(4):258–265. doi: 10.1111/j.1440-6055.2012.00869.x
  7. Moir, M. and Vesk, P. (2012) Should we try to save parasites too? Decision Point No. 61, July 2012, pg:6-8. link
  8. Moir, M.L., Vesk, P.A., Brennan, K.E.C., Hughes, L., Keith, D.A., McCarthy, M.A., Coates, D.J. and Barrett, S. (2012) A preliminary assessment of changes in plant-dwelling insects when threatened plants are translocated. Journal of Insect Conservation 16(3):367-377. doi:10.1007/s10841-011-9422-7
  9. Moir, M.L., Vesk, P.A., Brennan, K.E.C., Poulin, R., Hughes, L., Keith, D.A., McCarthy, M.A. and Coates, D.J. (2012) Considering extinction of dependent species during translocation, ex situ conservation, and assisted migration of threatened hosts. Conservation Biology 26(2):199–207. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01826.x
  10. Moir M.L., Brennan K.E.C., Fletcher M.J., Majer J.D. & Koch J.M. (2011) Multi-scale patterns in the host-specificity of plant-dwelling arthropods: the influence of host plant and temporal variation on species richness and assemblage composition of true bugs (Hemiptera). Journal of Natural History 45:2577-2604. doi:10.1080/00222933.2011.597522
  11. Brennan K.E.C., Moir M.L. & Wittkuhn R.S. (2011) Fire refugia: the mechanism governing animal survivorship within a highly flammable plant. Austral Ecology 36:131-141. doi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2010.02127.x
  12. Moir M.L., Vesk P.A., Brennan K.E.C., McCarthy M.A., Keith D.A. & Hughes L. (2011) Identifying and managing threatened invertebrates through assessment of coextinction risk. Conservation Biology 25:787-796. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2011.01663.x
  13. Moir, M. and Vesk, P. (2011) Save the plant but don't forget its bugs - slowing co-extinction by managing insects with their plant hosts. Decision Point No. 53, September 2011, pg:6-7. link
  14. Orabi G., Moir M.L. & Majer J.D. (2010) Assessing restoration success using Hemiptera as indicators. Australian Journal of Zoology 58:243-249. doi:10.1071/ZO10033
  15. McCarthy M.A., Thompson C.J., Hauser C., Burgman M.A., Possingham H.P., Moir M.L., Tiensin T. & Gilbert M. (2010) Theory of resource allocation for efficient environmental management. Ecology Letters 13:1280-1289. doi:10.1071/ZO10033
  16. Moir M.L., Brennan K.E.C., Majer J.D., Koch J.M. & Fletcher M.J. (2010) Plant species redundancy and the restoration of faunal habitat: Lessons from plant-dwelling bugs. Restoration Ecology 18:136-147. doi:10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00654.x
  17. Vesk P.A., McCarthy M.A. & Moir M.L. (2010) How many hosts? Modelling host breadth from field samples. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1:292-299. doi:10.1111/j.2041-210X.2010.00026.x
  18. Guilbert E. & Moir M.L. (2010) A new species of Carldrakeana (Insecta: Heteroptera: Tingidae) from Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum 25(4):382-386. link
  19. Moir M.L., Vesk P.A., Brennan K.E.C., Hughes L., Keith D.A. & McCarthy M.A. (2010) Current constraints and future directions in estimating co-extinction. Conservation Biology 24:682-690. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2009.01398.x

Dr Jodi Price

  1. Perring, M.P., Standish, R., Price, J.N., Craig, M.D., Erickson, T., Ruthrof, K.X., Whiteley, A.S., Valentine, L.E., Hobbs, R.J. (2015) Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades. Ecosphere 6(8):Art.131. doi:10.1890/ES15-00121.1
  2. Good, M.K., Clarke, P.J., Price, J.N., Reid, N. (2014) Seasonality and facilitation drive tree establishment in a semi-arid floodplain savannah. Oecologia 175(1):261-271. doi:10.1007/s00442-014-2886-x
  3. Öpik, M., De Bello, F., Price, J.N., Fraser, L.H. (2014) New insights into vegetation patterns and processes. New Phytologist 201(2):383-387. doi:10.1111/nph.12606
  4. Price, J.N., Gazol, A., Tamme, R., Hiiesalu, I., Pärtel, M. (2014) The functional assembly of experimental grasslands in relation to fertility and resource heterogeneity. Functional Ecology 28(2):509-519. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12186
  5. Gazol, A., Tamme, R., Price, J.N., Hiiesalu, I., Laanisto, L. and Pärtel, M. (2013) A negative heterogeneity diversity relationship found in experimental grassland communities. Oecologia 173(2):545-555.
  6. Price, J.N. and Pärtel, M. (2012) Can limiting similarity increase resistance? A meta-analysis of experimental studies. Oikos (online) doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.00121.x
  7. Good, M.K., Price, J.N., Clarke, P.J. and Reid, N. (2012) Dense regeneration of Eucalyptus coolibah: invasive scrub or passive restoration of an endangered woodland community. Rangelands Journal 34(2):219-230. doi:10.1071/RJ12008
  8. De Bello F., Price, J.N., Münkemüller, T., Liira, J., Zobel, M., Thuiller, W., Gerhold, P., Götzenberger, L., Lavergne, S., Lepš, J., Zobel, K., and Pärtel, M. (2012) Functional species pool framework to test for biotic effects on community assembly. Ecology 93:2263-2273. doi:10.1890/11-1394.1
  9. Price, J.N., Hiiesalu, I., Gerhold, P., and Pärtel, M. (2012) Small-scale grassland assembly patterns differ above and below the soil surface. Ecology 93, 1290-1296. doi:10.1890/11-1942.1
  10. Koorem, K., Price, J.N., and Moora, M. (2011) Species-specific effects of woody litter on seedling emergence and growth of herbaceous plants. PLoS ONE 6(10):e26505.
  11. Price, J.N., Whalley, R.D.B., van Klinken, R.D., Duggin, J.A., and Gross, C.L. (2011) Periodic rest from grazing provided no control of an invasive forb. Rangelands Journal 33, 287-298.
  12. Good, M.K., Price, J.N., Clarke, P., and Reid, N (2011) Densely regenerating coolibah (Eucalyptus coolabah) woodlands are more species rich than surrounding derived grassland in floodplains of eastern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 64, 468-479.
  13. Whalley, R.D.B., Price, J.N. Macdonald, M.J., and Berney, P. (2011) Drivers of change in the Social-Ecological Systems of the Gwydir Wetlands and Macquarie Marshes in north western NSW. Rangelands Journal 33, 109-119.
  14. Price, J.N., Berney, P., Ryder, D., Whalley, R.D.B., and Gross, C.L. (2011) Disturbance governs dominance of an invasive forb in a temporary wetland. Oecologia 167, 759-769.
  15. Price, J.N., Macdonald, M.J., Gross, C.L., Whalley, R.D.B., and Simpson, I.H. (2011) Vegetative reproduction facilitates early expansion of Phyla canescens in a semi-arid floodplain. Biological Invasions 13, 285-289.
  16. Price, J.N. and Morgan, J.W. (2010) Small-scale patterns of species richness and floristic composition in relation to microsite variation in herb-rich woodlands. Australian Journal of Botany 58, 270-279.
  17. Price, J.N., Wright, B.R., Gross, C.L., and Whalley, R.B.D (2010) Comparison of the seedling emergence and seed extraction techniques for estimating the composition of soil seed banks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1, 151-157.
  18. Price, J.N., Gross, C.L., and Whalley, R.B.D. (2010) Prolonged summer flooding switched dominance from the invasive weed Phyla canescens to native species in an ephemeral wetland. Ecological Management and Restoration 11, 61-63.
  19. Price, J.N., Wong, N.K., and Morgan, J.W. (2010) Recovery of understorey vegetation after release from a long history of sheep grazing in herb-rich woodland. Austral Ecology 35, 505-514.
  20. Price, J.N. and Morgan, J.W. (2009) Multi-decadal increases in shrub abundance in non-riverine Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) woodlands occur during a period of complex land use history. Australian Journal of Botany 57, 163-170.
  21. Price, J.N. and Morgan, J.W. (2008) Woody plant encroachment reduces species richness of herb-rich woodlands in southern Australia. Austral Ecology 33, 278-289.
  22. Price, J.N. and Morgan, J.W. (2007) Vegetation dynamics following resource manipulation in herb-rich woodland. Plant Ecology 188, 29-37.
  23. Price, J.N. and Morgan, J.W. (2006) Variability in plant fitness influences the range expansion of Leptospermum scoparium. Ecography 29, 623-631.
  24. Price, J.N. and Morgan, J.W. (2003) Mechanisms controlling the establishment of the non-bradysporous Banksia integrifolia (Coast Banksia) in an unburnt coastal woodland. Austral Ecology 28, 82-92.

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