Monthly Archives: May 2017

Are trait-growth models transferable? Predicting multi-species growth trajectories between ecosystems using plant functional traits

I have a new paper out! Read it here: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0176959 Plant functional traits are increasingly used to generalize across species, however few examples exist of predictions from trait-based models being evaluated in new species or new places.  In this paper Peter … Continue reading

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The Victorian Biodiversity Managers’ Network

I recently attended a Forum on Planning and Monitoring for Biodiversity Management held by the Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association’s Victorian Biodiversity Managers’ Network, in conjunction with Rob Scott from Naturelinks, hosted at The Arthur Rylah Institute. The Indigenous Flora … Continue reading

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