Neal Enright
Neal Enright
Verified email at murdoch.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Canopy seed storage in woody plants
BB Lamont, DC Le Maitre, RM Cowling, NJ Enright
The Botanical Review 57 (4), 277-317, 1991
4361991
Resprouting as a key functional trait: how buds, protection and resources drive persistence after fire
PJ Clarke, MJ Lawes, JJ Midgley, BB Lamont, F Ojeda, GE Burrows, ...
New Phytologist 197 (1), 19-35, 2013
3782013
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
3632006
Seed banks, fire season, safe sites and seedling recruitment in five co-occurring Banksia species
NJ Enright, BB Lamont
The Journal of Ecology, 1111-1122, 1989
2541989
The ecology of the conifers of southern South America
TT Veblen
Ecology of the southern conifers, 120-155, 1995
2401995
Post‐fire litter microsites: safe for seeds, unsafe for seedlings
BB Lamont, ETF Witkowski, NJ Enright
Ecology 74 (2), 501-512, 1993
2241993
Applications of transition matrix models in forest dynamics: Araucaria in Papua New Guinea and Nothofagus in New Zealand
N Enright, J Ogden
Australian Journal of Ecology 4 (1), 3-23, 1979
2101979
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
1862003
The ecological significance of canopy seed storage in fire‐prone environments: a model for non‐sprouting shrubs
NJ Enright, R Marsula, BB Lamont, C Wissel
Journal of Ecology 86 (6), 946-959, 1998
1731998
Ecology of the southern conifers
NJ Enright, RS Hill
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1995
1691995
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
1672004
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
Interval squeeze: altered fire regimes and demographic responses interact to threaten woody species persistence as climate changes
NJ Enright, JB Fontaine, DMJS Bowman, RA Bradstock, RJ Williams
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (5), 265-272, 2015
1482015
Comparing plant life histories using elasticity analysis: the importance of life span and the number of life-cycle stages
NJ Enright, M Franco, J Silvertown
Oecologia 104 (1), 79-84, 1995
1341995
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
1182005
Interactions between climate change, fire regimes and biodiversity in Australia: a preliminary assessment
RJ Williams, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, NJ Enright, AM Gill, AC Leidloff, ...
Department of Climate Change and Department of the Environment, Water …, 2009
1142009
Canopy seed bank dynamics and optimum fire regime for the highly serotinous shrub, Banksia hookeriana
NJ Enright, BB Lamont, R Marsula
Journal of Ecology, 9-17, 1996
1121996
The independent effects of heat, smoke and ash on emergence of seedlings from the soil seed bank of a heathy Eucalyptus woodland in Grampians (Gariwerd …
NJ Enright, D Goldblum, P Ata, DH Ashton
Australian Journal of Ecology 22 (1), 81-88, 1997
1101997
Spatial modelling of vegetation change in dynamic landscapes: a review of methods and applications
GLW Perry, NJ Enright
Progress in Physical Geography 30 (1), 47-72, 2006
1052006
Adaptive advantages of aerial seed banks
BB Lamont, NJ Enright
Plant species biology 15 (2), 157-166, 2000
1052000
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