|A global meta‐analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities|
A Siefert, C Violle, L Chalmandrier, CH Albert, A Taudiere, A Fajardo, ...
Ecology letters 18 (12), 1406-1419, 2015
|Plant functional traits have globally consistent effects on competition|
G Kunstler, D Falster, DA Coomes, F Hui, RM Kooyman, DC Laughlin, ...
Nature 529 (7585), 204-207, 2016
|Rapid development of phosphorus limitation in temperate rainforest along the Franz Josef soil chronosequence|
SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, RB Allen, MS McGlone, RL Parfitt
Oecologia 139 (2), 267-276, 2004
|Long‐term ecosystem level experiments at Toolik Lake, Alaska, and at Abisko, Northern Sweden: generalizations and differences in ecosystem and plant type responses to global change|
MT Van Wijk, KE Clemmensen, GR Shaver, M Williams, TV Callaghan, ...
Global Change Biology 10 (1), 105-123, 2004
|TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access|
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
|Changes in enzyme activities and soil microbial community composition along carbon and nutrient gradients at the Franz Josef chronosequence, New Zealand|
VJ Allison, LM Condron, DA Peltzer, SJ Richardson, BL Turner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (7), 1770-1781, 2007
|Understanding ecosystem retrogression|
DA Peltzer, DA Wardle, VJ Allison, WT Baisden, RD Bardgett, ...
Ecological Monographs 80 (4), 509-529, 2010
|Soil organic phosphorus transformations during pedogenesis|
BL Turner, LM Condron, SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, VJ Allison
Ecosystems 10 (7), 1166-1181, 2007
|Root traits are multidimensional: specific root length is independent from root tissue density and the plant economic spectrum|
KR Kramer‐Walter, PJ Bellingham, TR Millar, RD Smissen, ...
Journal of Ecology 104 (5), 1299-1310, 2016
|Species‐and community‐level patterns in fine root traits along a 120 000‐year soil chronosequence in temperate rain forest|
RJ Holdaway, SJ Richardson, IA Dickie, DA Peltzer, DA Coomes
Journal of Ecology 99 (4), 954-963, 2011
|Changes in coexistence mechanisms along a long‐term soil chronosequence revealed by functional trait diversity|
NWH Mason, SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, F de Bello, DA Wardle, RB Allen
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 678-689, 2012
|Resorption proficiency along a chronosequence: responses among communities and within species|
SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, RB Allen, MS McGlone
Ecology 86 (1), 20-25, 2005
|How do nutrients and warming impact on plant communities and their insect herbivores? A 9‐year study from a sub‐Arctic heath|
SJ Richardson, MC Press, AN Parsons, SE Hartley
Journal of ecology 90 (3), 544-556, 2002
|Mycorrhizas and mycorrhizal fungal communities throughout ecosystem development|
IA Dickie, LB Martínez-García, N Koele, GA Grelet, JM Tylianakis, ...
Plant and Soil 367 (1), 11-39, 2013
|Host identity is a dominant driver of mycorrhizal fungal community composition during ecosystem development|
LB Martínez‐García, SJ Richardson, JM Tylianakis, DA Peltzer, IA Dickie
New Phytologist 205 (4), 1565-1576, 2015
|Shifts in leaf N: P ratio during resorption reflect soil P in temperate rainforest|
SJ Richardson, RB Allen, JE Doherty
Functional Ecology 22 (4), 738-745, 2008
|Soil fertility induces coordinated responses of multiple independent functional traits|
MM Jager, SJ Richardson, PJ Bellingham, MJ Clearwater, DC Laughlin
Journal of Ecology 103 (2), 374-385, 2015
|Global to community scale differences in the prevalence of convergent over divergent leaf trait distributions in plant assemblages|
GT Freschet, ATC Dias, DD Ackerly, R Aerts, PM Van Bodegom, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (5), 755-765, 2011
|N and P in New Zealand soil chronosequences and relationships with foliar N and P|
RL Parfitt, DJ Ross, DA Coomes, SJ Richardson, MC Smale, RA Dahlgren
Biogeochemistry 75 (2), 305-328, 2005
|Climate and net carbon availability determine temporal patterns of seed production by Nothofagus|
SJ Richardson, RB Allen, D Whitehead, FE Carswell, WA Ruscoe, ...
Ecology 86 (4), 972-981, 2005