Sandra H. Anderson
Sandra H. Anderson
School of Biological Sciences, School of Environment, University of Auckland
Adresse e-mail validée de auckland.ac.nz
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Cascading effects of bird functional extinction reduce pollination and plant density
SH Anderson, D Kelly, JJ Ladley, S Molloy, J Terry
Science 331 (6020), 1068-1071, 2011
2662011
Management of plant invasions mediated by frugivore interactions
YM Buckley, S Anderson, CP Catterall, RT Corlett, T Engel, CR Gosper, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (5), 848-857, 2006
2362006
Conservation issues in New Zealand
J Craig, S Anderson, M Clout, B Creese, N Mitchell, J Ogden, M Roberts, ...
Annual Review of ecology and Systematics 31 (1), 61-78, 2000
2152000
Mutualisms with the wreckage of an avifauna: the status of bird pollination and fruit-dispersal in New Zealand
D Kelly, JJ Ladley, AW Robertson, SH Anderson, DM Wotton, SK Wiser
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34 (1), 66, 2010
1752010
Intercepting the first rat ashore
JC Russell, DR Towns, SH Anderson, MN Clout
Nature 437 (7062), 1107-1107, 2005
1442005
Evaluating a multigene environmental DNA approach for biodiversity assessment
AJ Drummond, RD Newcomb, TR Buckley, D Xie, A Dopheide, ...
GigaScience 4 (1), s13742-015-0086-1, 2015
1092015
The relative importance of birds and insects as pollinators of the New Zealand flora
SH Anderson
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 83-94, 2003
912003
Diet and nectarivorous foraging behaviour of the short‐tailed bat (Mystacina tuberculata)
AM Arkins, AP Winnington, S Anderson, MN Clout
Journal of Zoology 247 (2), 183-187, 1999
761999
Plant species richness under Pinus radiata stands on the central North Island volcanic plateau, New Zealand
J Ogden, J Braggins, K Stretton, S Anderson
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 17-29, 1997
751997
Relative (un) importance of introduced animals as pollinators and dispersers of native plants
D Kelly, AW Robertson, JJ Ladley, SH Anderson, RJ McKenzie
Biological invasions in New Zealand, 227-245, 2006
662006
Single-and multilocus DNA fingerprinting of communally breeding pukeko: do copulations or dominance ensure reproductive success?
DM Lambert, CD Millar, K Jack, S Anderson, JL Craig
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (20), 9641-9645, 1994
591994
Serial population bottlenecks and genetic variation: translocated populations of the New Zealand saddleback (Philesturnus carunculatus rufusater)
DM Lambert, T King, LD Shepherd, A Livingston, S Anderson, JL Craig
Conservation Genetics 6 (1), 1-14, 2005
562005
Life histories, dispersal, invasions, and global change: progress and prospects in New Zealand ecology, 1989–2029
D Kelly, JJ Sullivan
New Zealand Ecological Society., 2010
522010
Impacts of aerial 1080 poisoning on the birds of Rangitoto Island, Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand
CJ Miller, S Anderson
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 103-107, 1992
441992
S04-3 birds as pollinators and dispersers: a case study from New Zealand.
SH Anderson, D Kelly, AW Robertson, JJ Ladley, JG Innes
Acta Zoologica Sinica 52 (Suppl. 1), 112-115, 2006
342006
Bird species diversity and abundance before and after eradication of possums and wallabies on Rangitoto Island, Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand
EB Spurr, SH Anderson
New Zealand journal of ecology, 143-149, 2004
262004
Molecular sexing of the communally breeding pukeko: an important ecological tool
CD Millar, DM Lambert, S Anderson, JL Halverson
Molecular Ecology 5 (2), 289-293, 1996
251996
Breeding biology of bellbirds (Anthornis melanura) on Tiritiri Matangi Island
SH Anderson, JL Craig
Notornis 50 (2), 75-82, 2003
242003
The effects of blood sampling on the behavior and survival of the endangered Chatham Island black robin (Petroica traversi)
SL Ardern, IG McLean, S Anderson, R Maloney, DM Lambert
Conservation Biology 8 (3), 857-862, 1994
241994
A successful mouse eradication explained by site-specific population data
JWB MacKay, EC Murphy, SH Anderson, JC Russell, ME Hauber, ...
Island invasives: eradication and management, 198-203, 2011
232011
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