Ben P. Miller
Ben P. Miller
Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, Perth; The University of Melbourne, University of Western Australia
Verified email at bgpa.wa.gov.au
TitleCited byYear
A comparison of methods for the statistical analysis of spatial point patterns in plant ecology
GLW Perry, BP Miller, NJ Enright
Plant ecology 187 (1), 59-82, 2006
3602006
Performance of nonparametric species richness estimators in a high diversity plant community
A Chiarucci, NJ Enright, GLW Perry, BP Miller, BB Lamont
Diversity and distributions 9 (4), 283-295, 2003
1852003
Long‐distance seed dispersal in a metapopulation of Banksia hookeriana inferred from a population allocation analysis of amplified fragment length polymorphism …
T He, SL Krauss, BB Lamont, BP Miller, NJ Enright
Molecular Ecology 13 (5), 1099-1109, 2004
1662004
Anthropogenic disturbance promotes hybridization between Banksia species by altering their biology
BB Lamont, T He, NJ Enright, SL Krauss, BP Miller
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16 (4), 551-557, 2003
1612003
Desert vegetation and vegetation-environment relationships in Kirthar National Park, Sindh, Pakistan
NJ Enright, BP Miller, R Akhter
Journal of Arid Environments 61 (3), 397-418, 2005
1162005
Resistance and resilience to changing climate and fire regime depend on plant functional traits
NJ Enright, JB Fontaine, BB Lamont, BP Miller, VC Westcott
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1572-1581, 2014
862014
Seed production and germination in two rare and three common co‐occurring Acacia species from south‐east Australia
J Brown, NJ Enright, BP Miller
Austral Ecology 28 (3), 271-280, 2003
852003
Soil vs. canopy seed storage and plant species coexistence in species-rich Australian shrublands
NJ Enright, E Mosner, BP Miller, N Johnson, BB Lamont
Ecology 88 (9), 2292-2304, 2007
722007
Spatial patterns in species‐rich sclerophyll shrublands of southwestern Australia
GLW Perry, NJ Enright, BP Miller, BB Lamont
Journal of Vegetation Science 19 (5), 705-716, 2008
672008
Contrasting impacts of pollen and seed dispersal on spatial genetic structure in the bird-pollinated Banksia hookeriana
SL Krauss, T He, LG Barrett, BB Lamont, NJ Enright, BP Miller, ME Hanley
Heredity 102 (3), 274, 2009
582009
Covariation between intraspecific genetic diversity and species diversity within a plant functional group
T He, BB Lamont, SL Krauss, NJ Enright, BP Miller
Journal of Ecology 96 (5), 956-961, 2008
572008
Fire interval effects on persistence of resprouter species in Mediterranean-type shrublands
NJ Enright, JB Fontaine, VC Westcott, JC Lade, BP Miller
Plant Ecology 212 (12), 2071-2083, 2011
552011
A framework for the practical science necessary to restore sustainable, resilient, and biodiverse ecosystems
BP Miller, EA Sinclair, MHM Menz, CP Elliott, E Bunn, LE Commander, ...
Restoration Ecology 25 (4), 605-617, 2017
542017
Nearest‐neighbour interactions in species‐rich shrublands: the roles of abundance, spatial patterns and resources
GLW Perry, NJ Enright, BP Miller, BB Lamont
Oikos 118 (2), 161-174, 2009
532009
Environmental correlates of vegetation patterns and species richness in the northern Grampians, Victoria
NJ Enright, BP Miller, A Crawford
Australian Journal of Ecology 19 (2), 159-168, 1994
531994
Fire regimes in Australian sclerophyllous shrubby ecosystems: heathlands, heathy woodlands and mallee woodlands
NJ Enright, DA Keith, MF Clarke, BP Miller
Flammable Australia: Fire Regimes and Biodiversity in a Changing World …, 2012
512012
Comparison of post‐mine rehabilitated and natural shrubland communities in southwestern Australia
DN Herath, BB Lamont, NJ Enright, BP Miller
Restoration Ecology 17 (5), 577-585, 2009
482009
Record error and range contraction, real and imagined, in the restricted shrub Banksia hookeriana in south‐western Australia
BP Miller, NJ Enright, BB Lamont
Diversity and distributions 13 (4), 406-417, 2007
47*2007
Anomalies in grasstree fire history reconstructions for south‐western Australian vegetation
NJ Enright, BB Lamont, BP Miller
Austral Ecology 30 (6), 668-673, 2005
362005
The Role of Cloud Combing and Shading by Isolated Trees in the Succession from Maquis to Rain Forest in New Caledonia
LS Rigg, NJ Enright, GLW Perry, BP Miller
Biotropica 34 (2), 199-210, 2002
352002
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