Kirsten Knox
Kirsten Knox
University of New England üzerinde doğrulanmış e-posta adresine sahip
Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
Resprouting as a key functional trait: how buds, protection and resources drive persistence after fire
PJ Clarke, MJ Lawes, JJ Midgley, BB Lamont, F Ojeda, GE Burrows, ...
New phytologist 197 (1), 19-35, 2013
Landscape patterns of woody plant response to crown fire: disturbance and productivity influence sprouting ability
PJ Clarke, KJE Knox, KE Wills, M Campbell
Journal of Ecology 93 (3), 544-555, 2005
Nutrient availability induces contrasting allocation and starch formation in resprouting and obligate seeding shrubs
KJE Knox, PJ Clarke
Functional Ecology 19 (4), 690-698, 2005
Post-fire response of shrubs in the tablelands of eastern Australia: do existing models explain habitat differences?
PJ Clarke, KJE Knox
Australian Journal of Botany 50 (1), 53-62, 2002
Fire season and intensity affect shrub recruitment in temperate sclerophyllous woodlands
KJE Knox, PJ Clarke
Oecologia 149 (4), 730-739, 2006
Trade‐offs in resource allocation that favour resprouting affect the competitive ability of woody seedlings in grassy communities
PJ Clarke, KJE Knox
Journal of ecology 97 (6), 1374-1382, 2009
Fire severity, feedback effects and resilience to alternative community states in forest assemblages
KJE Knox, PJ Clarke
Forest Ecology and Management 265, 47-54, 2012
Effects of inter‐fire intervals on the reproductive output of resprouters and obligate seeders in the Proteaceae
KJE Knox, DA Morrison
Austral Ecology 30 (4), 407-413, 2005
Fire response syndromes of shrubs in grassy woodlands in the New England Tableland Bioregion
KJE Knox, PJ Clarke
Cunninghamia 8, 348-353, 2004
Vegetation, terrain and fire history shape the impact of extreme weather on fire severity and ecosystem response
PJ Clarke, KJE Knox, RA Bradstock, C Munoz‐Robles, L Kumar
Journal of Vegetation Science 25 (4), 1033-1044, 2014
Response of resprouting shrubs to repeated fires in the dry sclerophyll forest of Gibraltar Range National Park
KJE Knox, PJ Clarke
Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 127, 49, 2006
Using a rainforest-flame forest mosaic to test the hypothesis that leaf and litter fuel flammability is under natural selection
PJ Clarke, LD Prior, BJ French, B Vincent, KJE Knox, DMJS Bowman
Oecologia 176 (4), 1123-1133, 2014
Post-fire recovery of woody plants in the New England Tableland Bioregion
PJ Clarke, KJE Knox, ML Campbell, LM Copeland
Cunninghamia 11, 221-239, 2009
Fire intensity, serotiny and seed release in 19 woody species: evidence for risk spreading among wind-dispersed and resprouting syndromes
PJ Clarke, KJE Knox, D Butler
Australian Journal of Botany 58 (8), 629-636, 2011
Fire severity and nutrient availability do not constrain resprouting in forest shrubs
KJE Knox, PJ Clarke
Plant Ecology 212 (12), 1967-1978, 2011
Mapping of fire severity and comparison of severity indices across vegetation types in Gibraltar Range National Park, Australia
L Kumar, P Clarke, C Muñoz, K Knox
International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, and Spatial …, 2008
Measuring fire severity: Are canopy, understorey and below-ground measures coupled in sclerophyll forest fires?
KJE Knox, PJ Clarke
Plant ecology 217 (6), 607-615, 2016
Effects of Fire Regimes on Shrubs in Grassy Woodlands of the New England Tableland Bioregion
KJE Knox
University of New England, 2003
Fire severity and nutrient availability do not constrain resprouting in forest shrubs
J Kirsten, E Knox, PJ Clarke
Plant Ecology 212 (12), 1967, 2011
Fire season and intensity: implications for plant conservation
P Clarke, K Knox, P Williams
Australasian Plant Conservation: Journal of the Australian Network for Plant …, 2006
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