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Characteristics of Coral Cay Soils at Coringa-Herald Coral Sea Islands, Australia

George N. Batianoff, Gillian C. Naylor, Rod J. Fensham, V. John Neldner
2010 Pacific Science  
Coral cay soil chemical and physical properties were described from Coringa-Herald National Nature Reserve, Australia. Soil A horizons under littoral herblands and Argusia argentea shrubs were shallow and coarse textured. Interior soil A horizons, particularly under Pisonia grandis closed forest, were deeper (1.2 m) with finer textures. Average surface soil pH values ranged from pH 8.76 at the seashores to pH 8.09 in the interior. Average surface soil organic carbon ranged from 2.4% to 4.8%;
more » ... phosphorus (Colwell-P) concentrations ranged from 467 mg/kg to 882 mg/kg within the interior areas. Chemical fertility of all A horizons increased from the seashore to the island interior. The higher fertility levels are attributed to high organic matter contributed by vegetation, combined with activities of seabirds, particularly the burrowing wedgetailed shearwater, Puffinis pacificus. Leaching of nutrients from surface soils is reflected in the rapid decline in soil fertility with depth. Deeper interior A horizons are interrupted by formation of an abrupt white C profile. It is speculated that the formation of this layer is the product of periodic "washing" by a seasonally high fresh/brackish water table.
doi:10.2984/64.2.335 fatcat:cuqb4vwsmvb2tbhxnb2qxn5jsq

Restoration thinning accelerates structural development and carbon sequestration in an endangered Australian ecosystem

John M. Dwyer, Rod Fensham, Yvonne M. Buckley
2010 Journal of Applied Ecology  
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doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2010.01775.x fatcat:ddftu3k5qfcxtbn4ci5mb5afr4

Oases to Oblivion: The Rapid Demise of Springs in the South-Eastern Great Artesian Basin, Australia

Owen Powell, Jennifer Silcock, Rod Fensham
2013 Ground Water  
The position and status of lost springs have been reconstructed in some regions (Fairfax and Fensham 2002; Fensham and Fairfax 2003; Pickard 1992 ) but these studies do not reveal their cultural significance  ...  While the exploitation of groundwater and loss of springs, together with their natural resource and cultural values, has been repeated across the continents from Australia (Fairfax and Fensham 2002) ,  ... 
doi:10.1111/gwat.12147 pmid:24350604 fatcat:5quj4fkmdjbsfopf4y2kurl76u

Quantifying the impact ofGambusia holbrookion the extinction risk of the critically endangered red-finned blue-eye

Sam Nicol, Trevor B. Haynes, Rod Fensham, Adam Kerezsy
2015 Ecosphere  
Fensham, and A. Kerezsy. 2015. Quantifying the impact of Gambusia holbrooki on the extinction risk of the critically endangered red-finned blue-eye. Ecosphere 6(3):41. http://dx. Abstract.  ...  Although competition has been observed, there are many possible hypotheses about how Gambusia affects RFBE (Kerezsy and Fensham 2013) .  ...  In our case, data suggests that the presence of Gambusia negatively influences RFBE (Kerezsy and Fensham 2013) , so we assumed that Gambusia was the dominant competitor.  ... 
doi:10.1890/es14-00412.1 fatcat:6qah656gdbdajlrjbr6qxnprmq

Agricultural legacy, climate, and soil influence the restoration and carbon potential of woody regrowth in Australia

John M. Dwyer, Rod J. Fensham, Yvonne M. Buckley
2010 Ecological Applications  
When assessing canopy cover, the tree crown area was taken as the area within the minimum convex polygon around the outer living and dead branches of the tree (following Fensham and Fairfax 2007) .  ...  So, if we want to seize opportunities to restore regrowth via carbon investment (Fensham and Guymer 2009) it is important to choose regrowth ecosystems for which carbon and restoration goals can be aligned  ... 
doi:10.1890/09-1690.1 pmid:21049873 fatcat:4wrajkrzafaphmr3nffwbffy4a

When is a 'forest' a savanna, and why does it matter?

Jayashree Ratnam, William J. Bond, Rod J. Fensham, William A. Hoffmann, Sally Archibald, Caroline E. R. Lehmann, Michael T. Anderson, Steven I. Higgins, Mahesh Sankaran
2011 Global Ecology and Biogeography  
Fires also kill forest seedlings that have invaded savannas (Hoffmann, 2000; Fensham et al., 2003; Fensham & Fairfax, 2006) .  ...  With fire protection, forest tree species can colonize a savanna (Bowman & Fensham, 1991; Fensham & Butler, 2004; Russell-Smith et al., 2004; Hoffmann et al., 2005; Rossatto et al., 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1466-8238.2010.00634.x fatcat:7fqa2hlvb5bgpefg2aszfxbcdy

Structural overshoot of tree growth with climate variability and the global spectrum of drought-induced forest dieback

Alistair S. Jump, Paloma Ruiz-Benito, Sarah Greenwood, Craig D. Allen, Thomas Kitzberger, Rod Fensham, Jordi Martínez-Vilalta, Francisco Lloret
2017 Global Change Biology  
Fensham et al., 2015) because tree biomass and/or leaf area is expected to 471 adjust to the maximum supportable by the available resources in any given area (Bonan 2002).  ...  & Holman (1999), Fensham et al. (2005, 2010), Dwyer et al. (2010); and (5): 446 Condit et al. (1995), Chazdon et al. (2005), Rolim et al. (2005), Nepstad et al. (2007), Costa et al. (2010), Saatchi et  ... 
doi:10.1111/gcb.13636 pmid:28135022 fatcat:wuwsm3i5ojc5dmln3jg7h3shyu

Tree mortality across biomes is promoted by drought intensity, lower wood density and higher specific leaf area

Sarah Greenwood, Paloma Ruiz-Benito, Jordi Martínez-Vilalta, Francisco Lloret, Thomas Kitzberger, Craig D. Allen, Rod Fensham, Daniel C. Laughlin, Jens Kattge, Gerhard Bönisch, Nathan J. B. Kraft, Alistair S. Jump (+1 others)
2017 Ecology Letters  
intensity. 440 441 Our study is the first to identify a global-scale effect of drought intensity on tree mortality at 442 the species-level; previous syntheses have either been limited geographically (Fensham  ...  Fensham et al. 2009; Allen et al. 2010; Phillips et al. 2010). 80 Additionally, the information gleaned from observational studies of drought-induced tree 81 mortality is supplemented by broad-scale experimental  ... 
doi:10.1111/ele.12748 pmid:28220612 fatcat:yle6g446y5diliawr7kkz3x3fu

An ecoclimatic framework for evaluating the resilience of vegetation to water deficit

Patrick J. Mitchell, Anthony P. O'Grady, Elizabeth A. Pinkard, Timothy J. Brodribb, Stefan K. Arndt, Chris J. Blackman, Remko A. Duursma, Rod J. Fensham, David W. Hilbert, Craig R. Nitschke, Jaymie Norris, Stephen H. Roxburgh (+2 others)
2016 Global Change Biology  
Eucalyptus species in these communities are long-lived and have very limited seed dispersal (Fensham et al., 2005) .  ...  or cessation in seedling recruitment during a period of reduced rainfall may lead to subtle shifts in the population structure, and potentially restrict future recovery from more catastrophic events (Fensham  ... 
doi:10.1111/gcb.13177 pmid:26643922 fatcat:gmlb33omw5e2basxhedvii7qbu

A global overview of drought and heat-induced tree mortality reveals emerging climate change risks for forests

Craig D. Allen, Alison K. Macalady, Haroun Chenchouni, Dominique Bachelet, Nate McDowell, Michel Vennetier, Thomas Kitzberger, Andreas Rigling, David D. Breshears, E.H. (Ted) Hogg, Patrick Gonzalez, Rod Fensham (+8 others)
2010 Forest Ecology and Management  
L photo: Eucalyptus xanthoclada mortality in Queensland, northeastern Australia; 1996, by Rod Fensham. Fig. 8.  ...  R photo: Die-off of mulga, Acacia aneura, the dominant tree across large areas of semi-arid Australia; 2007, by Rod Fensham.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2009.09.001 fatcat:fnihjbvprzhxvnsseiwvnt63ku

Page 1035 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 36, Issue 6 [page]

1999 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
Fensham (e-mail Rod. latest predictions of global climate change in Ecological Society FenshamCa response to anthropogenically increased atmospheric  ...  FENSHAM and J.E. HOLMAN Queensland Herbarium, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha Road, Toowong Qld 4066, Australia Summary 1.  ... 

Page 171 of Bulletin of the American Physical Society Vol. 4, Issue 3 [page]

1959 Bulletin of the American Physical Society  
Fensham,! but in general agreement with the value predicted from a vacancy model of diffusion.  ...  —\nternal friction peaks were measured* for single crystal rods of Li-57 atomic % Mg oscil- lated in flexure and in torsion by the magnetic drive method (300 to 2000 cps).  ... 

Page 247 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 44, Issue 1 [page]

2007 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
Fensham Brock Fenton Nestor Fernandez Pablo Ferrandis  ...  Epstein Andreas Erhardt Goran Ericsson Alejandro Estrada GeolT Evans Darren Evans Karl Evans Valerie Eviner Robert Ewers John Fa Stanley Faeth Lorenz Fahse Anna-Bella Faillou.x Joseph Fargione Janet Farr Rod  ... 

Biogeographical patterns of endemic diversity and its conservation in Australia's artesian desert springs

R. A. Rossini, R. J. Fensham, B. Stewart-Koster, T. Gotch, M. J. Kennard, Boris Schröder
2018 Diversity and Distributions: A journal of biological invasions and biodiversity  
, & Sharpe, 2004; Fensham et al., 2010 Fensham et al., , 2011 .  ...  complexes (centre left-Dalhousie, right-Pelican Creek, photographs: Renee Rossini) and taxa endemic to one: Scaturiginichthys vermeilipinnis (photograph: Adam Kerezsy) and Eriocaulon aloefolium (photograph: Rod  ... 
doi:10.1111/ddi.12757 fatcat:fcwr3lmx2jc2fl5oitp4c6wlb4

Page 200 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 43, Issue 1 [page]

2006 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
Eldridge Arnaud Eiger Sam Ellis David Elston Jelmer Elzinga Mark Emmerson Louise Emmons Richard Ennos Karen Esler Darren Evans Karl Evans Lesley Evans Ogden Mick Eyre Tim Fahey Rod Fensham Nestor Fernandez  ... 
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