Peter Bellingham
Peter Bellingham
Landcare Research, and School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
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Resprouting as a life history strategy in woody plant communities
PJ Bellingham, AD Sparrow
Oikos 89 (2), 409-416, 2000
8062000
Above‐and below‐ground impacts of introduced predators in seabird‐dominated island ecosystems
T Fukami, DA Wardle, PJ Bellingham, CPH Mulder, DR Towns, ...
Ecology letters 9 (12), 1299-1307, 2006
3802006
The intermediate disturbance hypothesis and plant invasions: Implications for species richness and management
JA Catford, CC Daehler, HT Murphy, AW Sheppard, BD Hardesty, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 14 (3), 231-241, 2012
2982012
An estimate of the number of tropical tree species
JWF Slik, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, SI Aiba, P Alvarez-Loayza, LF Alves, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7472-7477, 2015
2952015
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
2572016
Prioritizing species, pathways, and sites to achieve conservation targets for biological invasion
MA McGeoch, P Genovesi, PJ Bellingham, MJ Costello, C McGrannachan, ...
Biological Invasions 18 (2), 299-314, 2016
2412016
Sprouting of trees in Jamaican montane forests, after a hurricane
PJ Bellingham, EVJ Tanner, JR Healey
Journal of Ecology, 747-758, 1994
2351994
New Zealand island restoration: seabirds, predators, and the importance of history
PJ Bellingham, DR Towns, EK Cameron, JJ Davis, DA Wardle, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34 (1), 115-136, 2010
2082010
Damage and responsiveness of Jamaican montane tree species after disturbance by a hurricane
PJ Bellingham, EVJ Tanner, JR Healey
Ecology 76 (8), 2562-2580, 1995
1851995
Landforms influence patterns of hurricane damage: evidence from Jamaican montane forests
PJ Bellingham
Biotropica, 427-433, 1991
1481991
Predation of seabirds by invasive rats: multiple indirect consequences for invertebrate communities
DR Towns, DA Wardle, CPH Mulder, GW Yeates, BM Fitzgerald, ...
Oikos 118 (3), 420-430, 2009
1332009
Direct and indirect effects of rats: does rat eradication restore ecosystem functioning of New Zealand seabird islands?
CPH Mulder, MN Grant-Hoffman, DR Towns, PJ Bellingham, DA Wardle, ...
Biological Invasions 11 (7), 1671-1688, 2009
1302009
The Influence of Topography on Tree Growth, Mortality, and Recruitment in a Tropical Montane Forest
PJ Bellingham, EVJ Tanner
Biotropica 32 (3), 378-384, 2000
1202000
Immediate damage by an earthquake to a temperate montane forest
RB Allen, PJ Bellingham, SK Wiser
Ecology 80 (2), 708-714, 1999
1181999
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
1152015
Seabird islands: ecology, invasion, and restoration
CPH Mulder, WB Anderson, DR Towns, PJ Bellingham
1132011
Managing biodiversity information: development of New Zealand's National Vegetation Survey databank
SK Wiser, PJ Bellingham, LE Burrows
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 1-17, 2001
1092001
Punching above their weight: low‐biomass non‐native plant species alter soil properties during primary succession
DA Peltzer, PJ Bellingham, H Kurokawa, LR Walker, DA Wardle, ...
Oikos 118 (7), 1001-1014, 2009
1072009
Differential facilitation by a nitrogen‐fixing shrub during primary succession influences relative performance of canopy tree species
PJ Bellingham, LR Walker, DA Wardle
Journal of Ecology 89 (5), 861-875, 2001
1022001
Hurricane disturbance accelerates invasion by the alien tree Pittosporum undulatum in Jamaican montane rain forests
PJ Bellingham, EVJ Tanner, JR Healey
Journal of Vegetation Science 16 (6), 675-684, 2005
1012005
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