S J Cork
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What are ecosystem services? The need for standardized environmental accounting units
J Boyd, S Banzhaf
Ecological economics 63 (2-3), 616-626, 2007
28162007
Trade-offs across space, time, and ecosystem services
JP Rodríguez, TD Beard Jr, EM Bennett, GS Cumming, SJ Cork, J Agard, ...
Ecology and society 11 (1), 2006
11382006
Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Wetlands and Water Synthesis
MEA Board
Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Board, 2005
279*2005
The effects of elevated CO2 atmospheres on the nutritional quality of Eucalyptus foliage and its interaction with soil nutrient and light availability
IR Lawler, WJ Foley, IE Woodrow, SJ Cork
Oecologia 109 (1), 59-68, 1996
1831996
DIGESTIVE AND METABOLIC STRATEGIES OF ARBOREAL MAMMALIAN FOLIVORES IN RELATION TO CHEMICAL
SJ Cork, WJ Foley
Plant defenses against mammalian herbivory, 133, 1991
1821991
Methods and pitfalls of extracting condensed tannins and other phenolics from plants: Insights from investigations onEucalyptus leaves
SJ Cork, AK Krockenberger
Journal of chemical ecology 17 (1), 123-134, 1991
1701991
Consequences of biotransformation of plant secondary metabolites on acid-base metabolism in mammals—A final common pathway?
WJ Foley, S McLEAN, SJ Cork
Journal of Chemical Ecology 21 (6), 721-743, 1995
1541995
Use of fibrous diets by small herbivores: how far can the rules be ‘bent’?
WJ Foley, SJ Cork
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 7 (5), 159-162, 1992
1411992
Nutritional value of hypogeous fungus for a forest‐dwelling ground squirrel
SJ Cork, GJ Kenagy
Ecology 70 (3), 577-586, 1989
1361989
Modelling distributions of arboreal and ground-dwelling mammals in relation to climate, nutrients, plant chemical defences and vegetation structure in the eucalypt forests of …
SJ Cork, PC Catling
Forest Ecology and Management 85 (1-3), 163-175, 1996
1221996
Digestive constraints on dietary scope in small and moderately-small mammals: how much do we really understand?
SJ Cork
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994
1181994
Digestion and metabolism of a natural foliar diet (Eucalyptus punctata) by an arboreal marsupial, the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)
SJ Cork, ID Hume, TJ Dawson
Journal of comparative physiology 153 (2), 181-190, 1983
1141983
The passage of digesta markers through the gut of a folivorous marsupial, the koalaPhascolarctos cinereus
SJ Cork, ACI Warner
Journal of comparative physiology 152 (1), 43-51, 1983
1091983
Natural assets: an inventory of ecosystem goods and services in the Goulburn Broken Catchment
CE Binning, SJ Cork, R Parry, D Shelton
[Canberra/Melbourne], CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, 2001
1022001
Glucose absorption by a nectarivorous bird: the passive pathway is paramount
WH Karasov, SJ Cork
American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 267 (1 …, 1994
1001994
Role of Detoxification of Plant Secondary Compounds on Diet Breadth in a Mammalian Herbivore, Trichosurus vulpecula
MD Dearing, S Cork
Journal of Chemical Ecology 25 (6), 1205-1219, 1999
981999
Establishment of ectomycorrhizae on the roots of two species of Eucalyptus from fungal spores contained in the faeces of the long‐nosed potoroo (Potorous tridactylus)
AW Claridge, MT Tanton, JH Seebeck, SJ Cork, RB Cunningham
Australian Journal of Ecology 17 (2), 207-217, 1992
981992
Diversity and habitat relationships of hypogeous fungi. II. Factors influencing the occurrence and number of taxa
AW Claridge, SC Barry, SJ Cork, JM Trappe
Biodiversity & Conservation 9 (2), 175-199, 2000
952000
Diversity and habitat relationships of hypogeous fungi. I. Study design, sampling techniques and general survey results
AW Claridge, SJ Cork, JM Trappe
Biodiversity & Conservation 9 (2), 151-173, 2000
842000
A framework for applying the concept of ecosystem services to natural resource management in Australia
S Cork, D Shelton, C Binning, R Parry
Third Australian Stream Management Conference August 2729, 2001, 2001
812001
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