Andrew Denham
Andrew Denham
NSW Department of Planning and Environment
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Climate change and bet‐hedging: interactions between increased soil temperatures and seed bank persistence
MKJ Ooi, TD Auld, AJ Denham
Global Change Biology 15 (10), 2375-2386, 2009
How much seed remains in the soil after a fire?
TD Auld, AJ Denham
Plant Ecology 187 (1), 15-24, 2006
Temperature thresholds of physically dormant seeds and plant functional response to fire: variation among species and relative impact of climate change
MKJ Ooi, AJ Denham, VM Santana, TD Auld
Ecology and Evolution 4 (5), 656-671, 2014
Projected soil temperature increase and seed dormancy response along an altitudinal gradient: implications for seed bank persistence under climate change
MKJ Ooi, TD Auld, AJ Denham
Plant and Soil 353, 289-303, 2012
The role of ants and mammals in dispersal and post-dispersal seed predation of the shrubs Grevillea (Proteaceae)
TD Auld, AJ Denham
Plant Ecology 144, 201-213, 1999
Effects of soil temperature regimes after fire on seed dormancy and germination in six Australian Fabaceae species
VM Santana, RA Bradstock, MKJ Ooi, AJ Denham, TD Auld, MJ Baeza
Australian journal of botany 58 (7), 539-545, 2010
Survival and recruitment of seedlings and suckers of trees and shrubs of the Australian arid zone following habitat management and the outbreak of rabbit calicivirus disease (RCD)
AJ Denham, TD Auld
Austral Ecology 29 (5), 585-599, 2004
Disruption of recruitment in two endemic palms on Lord Howe Island by invasive rats
TD Auld, I Hutton, MKJ Ooi, AJ Denham
Biological Invasions 12, 3351-3361, 2010
Fire severity drives variation in post-fire recruitment and residual seed bank size of Acacia species
HD Palmer, AJ Denham, MKJ Ooi
Plant Ecology 219 (5), 527-537, 2018
Very low fruit: flower ratios in Grevillea (Proteaceae) are independent of breeding system
L Hermanutz, D Innes, A Denham, R Whelan
Australian Journal of Botany 46 (4), 465-478, 1998
The impact of seed predation by mammals on post-fire seed accumulation in the endangered shrub Grevillea caleyi (Proteaceae)
TD Auld, AJ Denham
Biological Conservation 97 (3), 377-385, 2001
Acacia shrubs respond positively to high severity wildfire: Implications for conservation and fuel hazard management
CE Gordon, OF Price, EM Tasker, AJ Denham
Science of the Total Environment 575, 858-868, 2017
Flowering, seed dispersal, seed predation and seedling recruitment in two pyrogenic flowering resprouters
AJ Denham, TD Auld
Australian Journal of Botany 50 (5), 545-557, 2002
Reproductive ecology and breeding system of Lomatia silaifolia (Proteaceae) following a fire
AJ Denham, RJ Whelan
Australian Journal of Botany 48 (2), 261-269, 2000
Responses of tree species to a severe fire indicate major structural change to Eucalyptus–Callitris forests
AJ Denham, BE Vincent, PJ Clarke, TD Auld
Plant Ecology 217 (6), 617-629, 2016
Dispersal and recruitment dynamics in the fleshy‐fruited Persoonia lanceolata (Proteaceae)
TD Auld, AJ Denham, K Turner
Journal of vegetation science 18 (6), 903-910, 2007
The use of digital video recorders in pollination biology
AMY GILPIN, AJ Denham, DJ Ayre
Ecological Entomology 42 (4), 383-388, 2017
Patterns of genotypic diversity suggest a long history of clonality and population isolation in the Australian arid zone shrub Acacia carneorum
EK O’Brien, AJ Denham, DJ Ayre
Plant Ecology 215, 55-71, 2014
Flora conservation issues at Kinchega National Park, western NSW
TD Auld, AJ Denham
Cunninghamia 7, 27-41, 2001
Can the pollination biology and floral ontogeny of the threatened Acacia carneorum explain its lack of reproductive success?
AM Gilpin, DJ Ayre, AJ Denham
Ecological research 29, 225-235, 2014
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