Publications by: Richard J. Hobbs

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Hobbs, Richard J., Higgs, Eric, Hall, Carol M., Bridgewater, Peter, Chapin, F. Stuart, Ellis, Erie C., Ewel, John J., Hallett, Lauren M., Harris, James , Hulvey, Kristin B., Jackson, Stephen T., Kennedy, Patricia L., Kueffer, Christoph, Lach, Lori, Lantz, Trevor C., Lugo, Ariel E., Mascaro, Joseph, Murphy, Stephen D., Nelson, Cara R., Perring, Michael P., Richardson, David M., Seastedt, Timothy R., Standish, Rachel J., Starzomski, Brian M., Suding, Katherine N., Tognetti, Pedro M., Yakob, Laith, and Yung, Laurie (2014) Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid, and novel ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 12 (10). pp. 557-564.

Hulvey, Kristin B., Hobbs, Richard J., Standish, Rachel J., Lindenmayer, David B., Lach, Lori, and Perring, Michael P. (2013) Benefits of tree mixes in carbon plantings. Nature Climate Change, 3. pp. 869-874.

Ritchie, Euan G., Nimmo, Dale G., Bradshaw, Corey J.A., Burgman, Mark A., Martin, Jennifer K., McCarthy, Michael A., Parris, Kristen M., Dickman, Chris R., French, Kris, Hobbs, Richard, Hughes, Lesley, Johnson, Christopher N., Johnston, Emma, Laurance, William F., Lindenmayer, David, Lunt, Ian D., McIntyre, Sue, Possingham, Hugh P., Pressey, Bob, Watson, David M., and Woinarski, John (2013) Relaxed laws imperil Australian wildlife. Nature, 498 (7455). p. 434.

Kennedy, Patricia L., Lach, Lori, Lugo, Ariel E., and Hobbs, Richard J. (2013) Fauna and novel ecosystems. In: Hobbs, Richard J., Higgs, Eric S., and Hall, Carol M., (eds.) Novel Ecosystems: intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, pp. 127-141.

Perring, Michael P., Standish, Rachel J., Hulvey, Kristin B., Lach, Lori, Morald, Tim K., Parsons, Rebecca, Didham, Raphael K., and Hobbs, Richard J. (2012) The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Services Experiment: can restoration of former agricultural land achieve multiple outcomes? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 163. pp. 14-27.

Lach, Lori, Hobbs, Richard J., and Majer, Jonathan D. (2009) Herbivory-induced extrafloral nectar increases native and invasive ant worker survival. Population Ecology, 51 (2). pp. 237-243.

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