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Abell-Davis, Sandra (2008) Tropical hypogeous fungal sporocarp distribution in time and space. Implications for an endangered specialist, Mycophagous Marsupial, Bettongia tropica. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Bricker, Eric, Waycott, Michelle, Calladine, Ainsley, and Zieman, Joseph C. (2011) High connectivity across environmental gradients and implications for phenotypic plasticity in a marine plant. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 423. pp. 57-67.
Crowley, Gabriel Mary (1986) Ecology of Allocasuarina littoralis (Salisb.) L. Johnson and A. torulosa (Ait) L. Johnson in North Queensland. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Edwards, Will, and Moles, Angela T. (2009) Re-contemplate an entangled bank: the "Power of Movement in Plants" revisited. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 160 (2). pp. 111-118.
Harrington, Mark (2008) Phylogeny and evolutionary history of Sapindaceae and Dodonaea. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Jarvis, Jessie C., Moore, Kenneth A., and Kenworthy, W. Judson (2014) Persistence of Zostera marina L. (eelgrass) seeds in the sediment seed bank. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 459. pp. 126-136.
Jarvis, Jessie C., Brush, Mark J., and Moore, Kenneth A. (2014) Modeling loss and recovery of Zostera marina beds in the Chesapeake Bay: the role of seedlings and seed-bank viability. Aquatic Botany, 113. pp. 32-45.
Juniper, Peter Alexander (2000) Vulnerability of north Queensland rainforest plants to predispersal seed predation by insects. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Maxwell, Adam, Capon, Samatha J., and James, Cassandra S. (2016) Effects of flooding on seedling establishment in two Australian riparian trees with contrasting distributions; Acacia stenophylla A. Cunn. ex Benth. and Casuarina cunninghamiana Miq. Ecohydrology. (In Press)
Macreadie, Peter I., York, Paul H., and Sherman, Craig D.H. (2014) Resilience of Zostera muelleri seagrass to small-scale disturbances: the relative importance of asexual versus sexual recovery. Ecology and Evolution, 4 (4). pp. 450-461.
Preece, Noel D., Lawes, Michael J., Rossman, Allison K., Curran, Timothy J., and van Oosterzee, Penny (2015) Modelling the growth of young rainforest trees for biomass estimates and carbon sequestration accounting. Forest Ecology and Management, 351. pp. 57-66.
Thomson, Alexandra C.G., York, Paul H., Smith, Tim M., Sherman, Craig D.H., Booth, David J., Keough, Michael J., Ross, D. Jeff, and Macreadie, Peter I. (2016) Response to "Comment on 'Seagrass viviparous propagules as a potential long-distance dispersal mechanism' by A. C. G. Thomson et al". Estuaries and Coasts, 39. pp. 875-876.
Thomson, Alexandra C.G., York, Paul H., Smith, Timothy M., Sherman, Craig D.H., Booth, David J., Keough, Michael J., Ross, D. Jeff, and Macreadie, Peter I. (2015) Seagrass viviparous propagules as a potential long-distance dispersal mechanism. Estuaries and Coasts, 38. pp. 927-940.
Tomlinson, P. Barry, and Quinn, Christopher J. (2013) Palms do not undergo secondary stem lengthening: a response to Renninger and Phillips. American Journal of Botany, 100 (3). pp. 461-464.
Thornhill, Andrew H., Harper, Ian S., and Hallam, Neil D. (2008) The development of the digestive glands and enzymes in the pitchers of three Nepenthes species: N. alata, N. tobaica, and N. ventricosa (Nepenthaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences, 169 (5). pp. 615-624.
Williams, Paul R., Collins, Eleanor M., Blackman, Mick, Blackman, Clare, McLeod, Jackie, Felderhof, Leasie, Colless, Lauren, Masters, Kate, and Coates, Simon (2014) Introduced and native grass-derived smoke effects on Cymbopogon obtectus germination. Australian Journal of Botany, 62 (6). pp. 465-468.
Waycott, Michelle, Jones, Brendan L., Van Dijk, Jent Kornelis, Robson, Heather L.A., and Calladine, Ainsley (2011) Microsatellite markers in the Australian desert plant, Solanum centrale (Solanaceae). American Journal of Botany, 98 (4). e81-e83.
Williams, P.R. (2002) The effect of fire regime on tropical savannas of north-eastern Australia: interpreting floristic patterns through critical life events. PhD thesis, James Cook University.