We've had a moderately productive 2011, as evidenced by the publications that have come out of the Lab. I thought I'd put links to them here to make them more accessible. Click on the link and that should take you to the journal website where you'll hopefully be able to download the PDF.
- Adler et al.. 2011. Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness. Science 333: 1750-1753.
- Briggs, A.L. & Morgan, J.W. 2011. Seed characteristics and soil surface patch type interact to affect germination of semi-arid woodland species. Plant Ecology 212: 91-103.
- Firn et al. 2011. Abundance of introduced species at home predicts abundance away in herbaceous communities. Ecology Letters 14: 274-281.
- Geddes, L.S., Lunt, I.D., Smallbone, L.T. & Morgan, J.W. 2011. Old-field colonization by trees and shrubs following land-use change: could this be Victoria’s largest example of landscape recovery? Ecological Management and Restoration 12: 31-36.
- Morgan, J.W., Cutler, S.C. & Wong, N.K. 2011. Life-form species-area curves in temperate eucalypt woodlands. Plant Ecology 212: 1047-1055.
- Schultz, N.L., Morgan, J.W. & Lunt, I.D. 2011. Effects of grazing exclusion on plant species richness and phytomass accumulation vary across a regional productivity gradient. Journal of Vegetation Science 22: 130-142.
- Venn, S.E., Green, K., Pickering, C.M. & Morgan, J.W. 2011. Using plant functional traits to explain community composition across a strong environmental filter in Australian alpine snowpatches. Plant Ecology 212: 1491-1499.