Publications by: Nigel E. Stork

Also publishes as (Nigel Stork, N. Stork, N.E. Stork)

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Wardhaugh, Carl W., Edwards, Will, and Stork, Nigel E. (2015) The specialization and structure of antagonistic and mutualistic networks of beetles on rainforest canopy trees. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 114 (2). pp. 287-295.

Wardhaugh, Carl W., Stork, Nigel E., and Edwards, Will (2014) Canopy invertebrate community composition on rainforest trees: different microhabitats support very different invertebrate communities. Austral Ecology, 39 (4). pp. 367-377.

Grimbacher, Peter S., Nichols, Cassandra, Wardhaugh, Carl W., and Stork, Nigel E. (2014) Low host specificity of beetles associated with fruit falls in lowland tropical rainforest of north-east Australia. Austral Entomology, 53 (1). pp. 75-82.

Stork, Nigel E., Turton, Stephen M., Hill, Rosemary, and Lane, Marcus B. (2014) Revisiting crisis, change and institutions in the tropical forests: the multifunctional transition in Australia's Wet Tropics. Journal of Rural Studies, 36. pp. 99-107.

Wardhaugh, Carl W., Edwards, Will, and Stork, Nigel E. (2013) Variation in beetle community structure across five microhabitats in Australian tropical rainforest trees. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 6 (4). pp. 463-472.

Wardhaugh, Carl W., Stork, Nigel E., and Edwards, Will (2013) Specialization of rainforest canopy beetles to host trees and microhabitats: not all specialists are leaf-feeding herbivores. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 109 (1). pp. 215-228.

Wardhaugh, Carl W., Edwards, Will, and Stork, Nigel E. (2013) Body size variation among invertebrates inhabiting different canopy microhabitat: flower visitors are smaller. Ecological Entomology, 38 (1). pp. 101-111.

Wardhaugh, Carl W., Stork, Nigel E., Edwards, Will, and Grimbacher, Peter S. (2013) Insects on flowers: the unexpectedly high biodiversity of flower-visiting beetles in a tropical rainforest canopy. Communicative & Integrative Biology, 6 (1). pp. 1-3.

Wardhaugh, Carl W., Stork, Nigel E., and Edwards, Will (2012) Feeding guild structure of beetles on Australian tropical rainforest trees reflects microhabitat resource availability. Journal of Animal Ecology, 81 (5). pp. 1086-1094.

Wardhaugh, Carl W., Stork, Nigel E., Edwards, Will, and Grimbacher, Peter S. (2012) The overlooked biodiversity of flower-visiting invertebrates. PLoS ONE, 7 (9). pp. 1-8.

Stork, Nigel E., Goosem, Steve, and Turton, Stephen M. (2011) Status and threats in the dynamic landscapes of Northern Australia's tropical rainforest biodiversity hotspot: the Wet Tropics. In: Zachos, Frank E., and Habel, Jan Christian, (eds.) Biodiversity Hotspots: distribution and protection of conservation priority areas. Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 311-332.

Sloan, Sean, and Stork, Nigel (2010) Geography and Indonesian oil-palm expansion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107 (45). E171-E171.

Grimbacher, Peter S., and Stork, Nigel E. (2009) Seasonality of a diverse beetle assemblage inhabiting lowland tropical rain forest in Australia. Biotropica, 41 (3). pp. 328-337.

Stork, Nigel E., Coddington, Jonathon A., Colwell, Robert K., Chazdon, Robin L., Dick, Christopher W., Peres, Carlos A., Sloan, Sean, and Willis, Kathy (2009) Vulnerability and resilience of tropical forest species to land-use change. Conservation Biology, 23 (6). pp. 1438-1447.

Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Steve M. (2008) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, USA, pp. 133-149.

Stork, Nigel E., Goosem, Stephen, and Turton, Steven M. (2008) Australian rainforests in a global context. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 4-20.

Pearson, Richard G., and Stork, Nigel (2008) Catchment to reef: water quality and ecosystem health in tropical streams. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 557-576.

Grimbacher, Peter S., Catterall, Carla P., and Stork, Nigel E. (2008) Do edge effects increase the susceptibility of rainforest fragments to structural damage resulting from a severe tropical cyclone? Austral Ecology, 33 (4). pp. 525-531.

Turton, Stephen M., and Stork, Nigel E. (2008) Environmental impacts of tourism and recreation in the Wet Tropics. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 349-356.

Turton, Stephen M., and Stork, Nigel E. (2008) Impacts of tropical cyclones on forests in the wet tropics of Australia. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 47-58.

Stork, Nigel E., Turton, Stephen M., Laurance, William F., Kikkawa, Jiro, McNeely, Jeffrey A., Sayer, Jeffrey, and Wright, S. Joseph (2008) Lessons for other tropical forest landscapes. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 618-622.

Goosem, Stephen, Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M. (2008) Rainforest science and its application. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 610-617.

Blüthgen, Nico, and Stork, Nigel E. (2007) Ant mosaics in a tropical rainforest in Australia and elsewhere: a critical review. Austral Ecology, 32 (1). pp. 93-104.

Stork, Nigel E. (2007) Australian tropical forest canopy crane: New tools for new frontiers. Austral Ecology, 32 (1). pp. 4-9.

Laidlaw, Melinda, Kitching, Roger, Goodall, Kylie, Small, Andrew, and Stork, Nigel (2007) Temporal and spatial variation in an Australian tropical rainforest. Austral Ecology, 32 (1). pp. 10-20.

Stork, Nigel E., Balston, J., Farquhar, G.D., Franks, P.J., Holtum, J.A.M., and Liddell, M.J. (2007) Tropical rainforest canopies and climate change. Austral Ecology, 32 (1). pp. 105-112.

Grimbacher, Peter S., and Stork, Nigel E. (2007) Vertical stratification of feeding guilds and body size in beetle assemblages from an Australian tropical rainforest. Austral Ecology, 32 (1). pp. 77-85.

Turton, Steve M., and Stork, Nigel E. (2006) Tourism and tropical rainforests: opportunity or threat? In: Laurance, William F., and Peres, Carlos A., (eds.) Emerging Threats to Tropical Forests. Chicago University Press, Chicago, IL, USA, pp. 377-391.

Stork, Nigel E., and Grimbacher, Peter S. (2006) Beetle assemblages from an Australian tropical rainforest show that the canopy and the ground strata contribute equally to biodiversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: biological sciences, 273 (1596). pp. 1969-1975.

Stork, N., Harrison, S., Herbohn, John, and Keenan, Rod (2006) Biodiversity conservation and sustainable management of forests: socioeconomic problems with farm-forestry of rainforest timber production in North Queensland. In: Suzuki, K., Ishii, K., Sakurai, S., and Sasaki, S., (eds.) Plantation Technology in Tropical Forest Science. Springer, Tokyo, pp. 265-281.

Turton, Stephen M., and Stork, Nigel E. (2006) Towards sustainable tropical forest landscapes in far north Queensland: opportunities and challenges in and beyond the wet tropics. In: Childs, Iraphne R.W., and Hudson, Brian J., (eds.) Queensland: geographical perspectives. Geography Monograph (12). Royal Geographical Society of Queensland, Milton, QLD, Australia, pp. 169-188.

Stork, Nigel E. (2005) The theory and practice of planning for long-term conservation of biodiversity in the wet tropics rainforests of Australia. In: Bermingham, Eldredge, Dick, Christopher W., and Moritz, Craig, (eds.) Tropical Rainforests: past, present and future. University of Chicago Press, London, UK, pp. 507-526.

Blüthgen, Nico, Stork, Nigel E., and Fiedler, Konrad (2004) Bottom-up control and co-occurrence in complex communities: honeydew and nectar determine a rainforest ant mosaic. Oikos, 106 (2). pp. 344-358.

Ozanne, C.M.P., Anhuf, D., Boulter, S.L., Keller, M., Kitching, R.L., Körner, C., Meinzer, F.C., Mitchell, A.W., Nakashizuka, T., Silva Dias, P.L., Stork, N.E., Wright, S.J., and Yoshimura, M. (2003) Biodiversity meets the atmosphere: a global view of forest canopies. Science, 301 (5630). pp. 183-186.

Paarmann, W., Adis, J., Stork, N.E., Stumpe, P., Gutzmann, B., and Holzkamp, K. (2003) Finding the host tree species of Notiobia nebrioides Perty (Coleoptera, Carabidae), a member of the seed-feeding guild at fruit falls in Amazonian non-inundated lowland rainforest. Journal of Natural History, 37 (7). pp. 839-844.

Stork, N.E., Srivastava, D.S., Watt, A.D., and Larsen, T.B. (2003) Butterfly diversity and silvicultural practice in lowland rainforests of Cameroon. Biodiversity and Conservation, 12 (3). pp. 387-410.

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