All Stories

  1. Scale and complexity implications of making New Zealand predator-free by 2050
  2. Building biocultural approaches into Aotearoa – New Zealand’s conservation future
  3. Severity of impacts of an introduced species corresponds with regional eco-evolutionary experience
  4. Symmetric assembly and disassembly processes in an ecological network
  5. Mycorrhizal co-invasion and novel interactions depend on neighborhood context
  6. Host identity is a dominant driver of mycorrhizal fungal community composition during ecosystem development
  7. Novel interactions between non-native mammals and fungi facilitate establishment of invasive pines
  8. Disentangling drivers of tree population size distributions
  9. Quantifying multimodal trait distributions improves trait-based predictions of species abundances and functional diversity
  10. Global relationship of wood and leaf litter decomposability: the role of functional traits within and across plant organs
  11. Erratum to: Non-Native Plants Disrupt Dual Promotion of Native Alpha and Beta Diversity
  12. Mineralogical impact on long-term patterns of soil nitrogen and phosphorus enzyme activities
  13. Can model species be used to advance the field of invasion ecology?
  14. Conflicting values: ecosystem services and invasive tree management
  15. The within-species leaf economic spectrum does not predict leaf litter decomposability at either the within-species or whole community levels
  16. Wood decay resistance moderates the effects of tree mortality on carbon storage in the indigenous forests of New Zealand
  17. Non-Native Plants Disrupt Dual Promotion of Native Alpha and Beta Diversity
  18. Contrasting effects of plant inter- and intraspecific variation on community-level trait measures along an environmental gradient
  19. Weeds and native plant species are negatively associated along grassland and kiwifruit land management intensity gradients
  20. Intraspecific Relationships among Wood Density, Leaf Structural Traits and Environment in Four Co-Occurring Species of Nothofagus in New Zealand
  21. Mycorrhizas and mycorrhizal fungal communities throughout ecosystem development
  22. Are functional traits and litter decomposability coordinated across leaves, twigs and wood? A test using temperate rainforest tree species
  23. Size-dependent growth responses to competition and environment in Nothofagus menziesii
  24. Changes in coexistence mechanisms along a long-term soil chronosequence revealed by functional trait diversity
  25. Global to community scale differences in the prevalence of convergent over divergent leaf trait distributions in plant assemblages
  26. Species- and community-level patterns in fine root traits along a 120 000-year soil chronosequence in temperate rain forest
  27. Ecosystem service and biodiversity trade-offs in two woody successions
  28. Declining foliar and litter δ15N diverge from soil, epiphyte and input δ15N along a 120 000 yr temperate rainforest chronosequence
  29. Stand development moderates effects of ungulate exclusion on foliar traits in the forests of New Zealand
  30. Co-invasion by Pinus and its mycorrhizal fungi
  31. Plant traits, leaf palatability and litter decomposability for co-occurring woody species differing in invasion status and nitrogen fixation ability
  32. Deadwood in New Zealand's indigenous forests
  33. Asynchronicity in root and shoot phenology in grasses and woody plants
  34. Punching above their weight: low-biomass non-native plant species alter soil properties during primary succession
  35. Changes in the community structure and diversity of soil invertebrates across the Franz Josef Glacier chronosequence
  36. The response of plant diversity to ecosystem retrogression: evidence from contrasting long-term chronosequences
  37. The impact of defoliation on nitrogen translocation patterns in the woody invasive plant, Buddleia davidii
  38. Soil Organic Phosphorus Transformations During Pedogenesis
  39. Hailstorm damage promotes aspen invasion into grassland
  40. Plant characteristics are poor predictors of microsite colonization during the first two years of primary succession
  41. Plant characteristics are poor predictors of microsite colonization during the first two years of primary succession
  42. Tree growth and mortality after small-group harvesting in New Zealand old-growth Nothofagus forests
  43. Photosynthesis and reflectance indices for rainforest species in ecosystems undergoing progression and retrogression along a soil fertility chronosequence in New Zealand
  44. Contrasting impacts of a native and an invasive exotic shrub on flood‐plain succession
  45. Respiration characteristics in temperate rainforest tree species differ along a long-term soil-development chronosequence
  46. Contrasting impacts of a native and an invasive exotic shrub on flood-plain succession
  48. Varietal differences and environmental effects on leaves ofPhormiumharvested for traditional Maori weaving
  49. Plant feedbacks increase the temporal heterogeneity of soil moisture
  50. Rapid development of phosphorus limitation in temperate rainforest along the Franz Josef soil chronosequence
  51. Temporal heterogeneity of soil moisture in grassland and forest
  52. Interspecific interactions and biomass allocation among grassland plant species
  53. Competitive effects of grasses and woody plants in mixed-grass prairie
  54. Variation in Plant Responses to Neighbors at Local and Regional Scales
  55. Plant responses to competition and soil origin across a prairie-forest boundary
  56. Plant diversity and tree responses following contrasting disturbances in boreal forest
  57. Competition Intensity along a Productivity Gradient in a Low‐Diversity Grassland
  58. Aboveground-Belowground Linkages, Ecosystem Development, and Ecosystem Restoration