Glenda Wardle
Glenda Wardle
Professor of Ecology and Evolution, University of Sydney
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei sydney.edu.au - Startseite
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Emergent insights from the synthesis of conceptual frameworks for biological invasions
J Gurevitch, GA Fox, GM Wardle, D Taub
Ecology letters 14 (4), 407-418, 2011
3062011
A fresh framework for the ecology of arid Australia
SR Morton, DMS Smith, CR Dickman, DL Dunkerley, MH Friedel, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 75 (4), 313-329, 2011
2852011
Value of long‐term ecological studies
DB Lindenmayer, GE Likens, A Andersen, D Bowman, CM Bull, E Burns, ...
Austral Ecology 37 (7), 745-757, 2012
2652012
Prescribed burning: how can it work to conserve the things we value?
TD Penman, FJ Christie, AN Andersen, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (6), 721-733, 2011
1812011
The COMPADRE Plant Matrix Database: an open online repository for plant demography
R Salguero‐Gómez, OR Jones, CR Archer, YM Buckley, J Che‐Castaldo, ...
Journal of Ecology 103 (1), 202-218, 2015
1572015
Improving biodiversity monitoring
DB Lindenmayer, P Gibbons, MAX Bourke, M Burgman, CR Dickman, ...
Austral Ecology 37 (3), 285-294, 2012
1422012
Social organization and movements of desert rodents during population “booms” and “busts” in central Australia
CR Dickman, AC Greenville, CL Beh, B Tamayo, GM Wardle
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (4), 798-810, 2010
922010
Causes and consequences of variation in plant population growth rate: a synthesis of matrix population models in a phylogenetic context
YM Buckley, S Ramula, SP Blomberg, JH Burns, EE Crone, J Ehrlén, ...
Ecology letters 13 (9), 1182-1197, 2010
902010
The fire history of an arid grassland: the influence of antecedent rainfall and ENSO
AC Greenville, CR Dickman, GM Wardle, M Letnic
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (6), 631-639, 2009
882009
Evaluation of common methods for sampling invertebrate pollinator assemblages: net sampling out-perform pan traps
TJ Popic, YC Davila, GM Wardle
PloS one 8 (6), e66665, 2013
802013
Spatial dynamics of small mammals in central Australian desert habitats: the role of drought refugia
CR Dickman, AC Greenville, B Tamayo, GM Wardle
Journal of Mammalogy 92 (6), 1193-1209, 2011
802011
Bottom-up and top-down processes interact to modify intraguild interactions in resource-pulse environments
AC Greenville, GM Wardle, B Tamayo, CR Dickman
Oecologia 175 (4), 1349-1358, 2014
782014
Extreme climatic events drive mammal irruptions: regression analysis of 100‐year trends in desert rainfall and temperature
AC Greenville, GM Wardle, CR Dickman
Ecology and evolution 2 (11), 2645-2658, 2012
772012
Local loss and spatial homogenization of plant diversity reduce ecosystem multifunctionality
Y Hautier, F Isbell, ET Borer, EW Seabloom, WS Harpole, EM Lind, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (1), 50-56, 2018
722018
Predicting invasion in grassland ecosystems: is exotic dominance the real embarrassment of richness?
EW Seabloom, ET Borer, Y Buckley, EE Cleland, K Davies, J Firn, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (12), 3677-3687, 2013
712013
Flower‐visitor networks only partially predict the function of pollen transport by bees
TJ Popic, GM Wardle, YC Davila
Austral Ecology 38 (1), 76-86, 2013
682013
Population dynamics of the emergent conifer Agathis australis (D. Don) Lindl. (Kauri) in New Zealand II. Seedling population sizes and gap-phase regeneration
J Ogden, GM Wardle, M Ahmed
New Zealand Journal of Botany 25 (2), 231-242, 1987
631987
Life history variation in Campanula americana (Campanulaceae): population differentiation
S Kalisz, GM Wardle
American Journal of Botany 81 (5), 521-527, 1994
601994
A graph theory approach to demographic loop analysis
GM Wardle
Ecology 79 (7), 2539-2549, 1998
571998
Empirical tests of life‐history evolution theory using phylogenetic analysis of plant demography
JH Burns, SP Blomberg, EE Crone, J Ehrlen, TM Knight, JB Pichancourt, ...
Journal of Ecology 98 (2), 334-344, 2010
532010
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