Publications

Research Publications:

In press

Gillman, L.N., S.D. Wright, J. Cusens, P.D. McBride, Y. Malhi and R.J. Whittaker. (In press) Latitude, productivity and species richness. Global Ecology and Biogeography.

P.D. McBride, J. Cusens and L.N. Gillman. (In press). Revisiting spatial scale in the productivity–species richness relationship: fundamental issues and global change implications. Special issue ‘Scaling effects regulating plant response to global change’ in AOB Plants.

Published

Cusens, J., S.D. Wright, P.D. McBride and L.N. Gillman. (2012). What is the form of the productivity–animal species richness relationship? A critical review and meta-analysis. Ecology, 93:10 p. 2241–2252. [link]

Research Presentations:

Cusens, J., A. Alfaro, L.N. Gillman and S. Leuzinger (2013) New Zealand mangroves as a model system for studying water and carbon relations. EcoTas13: joint conference of the New Zealand Ecological Society and the Ecological Society of Australia, Auckland, New Zealand. [link]

Gillman, L.N, S.D. Wright, J. Cusens, P.D. McBride and R.J. Whittaker (2013) Latitude, productivity and species richness. International Biogeography Society special meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Cusens, J., and S. Leuzinger (2013) New Zealand mangroves as a model system for studying tree carbon and water relations. Botanical Institute, University of Basel, Switzerland.

Cusens, J., A. Alfaro, L.N. Gillman and S. Leuzinger (2013) Temperate mangroves as a model ecosystem to study carbon and water relations in trees. New Zealand Marine Sciences Society conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Cusens, J., S.D. Wright, P.D. McBride and L.N. Gillman (2011). What is the form of the productivity–animal species richness relationship? A critical review and meta-analysis. AUT Applied Science Postgraduate Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Cusens, J. and L.N. Gillman (2010). How are animal species richness and productivity related? Preliminary findings. AUT Applied Science Postgraduate Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

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