Wilding conifer research

Published research

  • Benecke, U. 1967. The Weed Potential of Lodgepole Pine. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute, 13: 36-43.

  • Briden, K., Raal, P. and Gous, S. 2014. Improving Methods for Wilding Conifer Control in New Zealand. In Baker M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 19th Australasian Weeds Conference – Science, Community and Food Security: The Weed Challenge. Tasmanian Weed Society, Hobart, Tasmania, 369-371.

  • Caplat, P., Coutts, S., Buckley, Y.M. and Zydenbos, S. 2010. Gone With the Wind: High-Resolution Analysis of Pine Dispersal in New Zealand Mountains. Proceedings of the 17th Australian Weeds Conference, 190-193.

  • Clifford, V. and Pearce, G. 2009. Fire Behaviour Case Study: Mt Cook Station Fire, 16 January 2008. Rotorua, NZ: Scion.

  • Dash J, Pearse G, Watt M, Paul T 2017. Combining airborne laser scanning and aerial imagery enhances echo classification for invasive conifer detection. Remote Sensing 9:156, doi: 10.3390/rs9020156.

  • Dickie IA, Bufford JL, Cobb RC, Desprez‐Loustau ML, Grelet G, Hulme PE, Klironomos J, Makiola A, Nuñez MA, Pringle A, Thrall PH 2017. The emerging science of linked plant–fungal invasions. New Phytologist 215: 1314–1332, doi: 101111/nph14657

  • Dickie IA, Cooper JA, Bufford JL, Hulme PE, Bates ST 2017. Loss of functional diversity and network modularity in introduced plant-fungal symbioses. AoB Plants 9: plw084

  • Essl F, Hulme PE, Leschke J, Keller R Pyšek P, Richardson DM, Saul W-C, Bacher S, Dullinger S, Estévez RA, Kueffer C, Roy HE, Seebens H & Rabitsch W 2017. Scientific and normative foundations for the valuation of alien species impacts: Thirteen core principles.  Bioscience 67: 166-178.

  • Froude, V.A. 2011. Wilding Conifers in New Zealand: Status Report, prepared for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Bay of Islands, NZ: Pacific Eco-Logic.

  • Froude, V.A. 2011. Wilding Conifers in New Zealand: Beyond the Status Report, prepared for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Bay of Islands, NZ: Pacific Eco-Logic.
  • Gundale, M.J.; Almeida, J.P.; Wallander, H., Wardle, D.A., Kardol, P., Nilsson, M.C., Fajardo, A., Pauchard, A., Peltzer, D.A., Ruotsalainen, S., Mason, B., Rosenstock, N. 2016. Differences in endophyte communities of introduced trees depend on the phylogenetic relatedness of the receiving forest. J. Ecology 104: 1219-1232.

  • Howell, C.J. 2008. Consolidated List of Environmental Weeds in New Zealand. Wellington, NZ: DOC Science & Technical Publishing.

  • Howell, C.J. 2016. Recreating the Invasion of Exotic Conifers in New Zealand. In Randall, R., Lloyd, S. and Borger, C. (Eds.) 20th Australasian Weeds Conference. Perth, Western Australia: Council of Australasian Weeds Societies Inc, 258-262.

  • Mark, A.F. and Dickinson, K.J.M. 2008. Maximising Water Yield with Indigenous Non-Forest Vegetation: A New Zealand Perspective. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6: 25-34.

  • Mason NWH, Palmer DJ, Vetrova V, Brabyn L, Paul T, Willemse P, Peltzer DA. 2016. Accentuating the positive while eliminating the negative of alien tree invasions: a multiple ecosystem services approach to prioritising control efforts. Biological Invasions 19 (4):1181–1195.

  • Moeller HV, Dickie IA, Peltzer DA, Fukami T 2016. Hierarchical neighbor effects on mycorrhizal community structure and function. Ecology and Evolution 6:5416–5430.

  • Nuñez MA, Chiuffo MC, Torres A, Paul T, Dimarco RD, Raal P, Policelli N, Moyano J, García RA, van Wilgen BW, Pauchard A, Richardson DM. 2017. Ecology and management of invasive Pinaceae around the world: progress and challenges. Biological Invasions, in press, doi: 10.1007/s10530-017-1483-4.

  • Richardson, D.M. and Rejmánek, M. 2004. Conifers as Invasive Aliens: A Global Survey and Predictive Framework. Diversity & Distributions, 10: 321-331.

  • Taylor, K.T., Maxwell, B.D., Pauchard, A., Nuñez, M., Peltzer, D.A., Terwei, A., Rew, L.J. 2016. Drivers of plant invasion vary globally: evidence from pine invasions among six ecoregions. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25: 96-106.

  • Vanderhoeven S, Branquart E, Casaer J, D’hondt B, Hulme PE, Assaf Shwartz A, Strubbe D, Turbe A, Verreycken H & Tim Adriaens T 2017. Beyond protocols: improving the reliability of expert-based risk analysis underpinning invasive species policies.  Biological Invasions, in press, doi: 10.1007/s10530-017-1434-0

  • Vilà, M & Hulme, PE (2017) Impact of Biological Invasions on Ecosystem Services.  Springer, Cham, Switzerland.

  • Verlarde, S.J., Paul, T.S.H., Monge, J. and Yao, R. 2015. Cost Benefit Analysis of Wilding Conifer Management in New Zealand. Part 1– Important Impacts Under Current Management, Scion 41.

  • Wardle DA, Peltzer DA 2017 Impacts of invasive biota in forest ecosystems in an aboveground–belowground context. Biological Invasions, in press, doi: 10.1007/s10530-017-1372-x

  • Yletyinen, J., J. Tylianakis, P. Brown, and R. Pech. 2017. “Planning for tipping points and enhancing resilience in production landscapes.” Landcare Research Policy Brief 18 (ISSN: 2357-1713).

  • Zenni RD, Dickie IA, Wingfield MJ, Hirsch H, Crous CJ, Meyerson LA, Burgess TI, Zimmermann TG, Klock MM, Siemann E, Erfmeier A, Aragon R, Montii L, Le Roux JJ 2017. Evolutionary dynamics of tree invasions: complementing the unified framework for biological invasions. AoB Plants 9:plw085