Freya M Thomas
Freya M Thomas
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TitleCited byYear
Empirically validating a dense woody regrowth ‘problem’and thinning ‘solution’for understory vegetation
CS Jones, DH Duncan, L Rumpff, FM Thomas, WK Morris, PA Vesk
Forest Ecology and Management 340, 153-162, 2015
Are trait-growth models transferable? Predicting multi-species growth trajectories between ecosystems using plant functional traits
FM Thomas, PA Vesk
PloS one 12 (5), e0176959, 2017
Growth races in The Mallee: Height growth in woody plants examined with a trait‐based model
FM Thomas, PA Vesk
Austral ecology 42 (7), 790-800, 2017
Combining functional traits, the environment and multiple surveys to understand semi‐arid tree distributions
LJ Pollock, LT Kelly, FM Thomas, P Soe, WK Morris, M White, PA Vesk
Journal of Vegetation Science 29 (6), 967-977, 2018
A field ecologist's adventures in the virtual world: using simulations to design data collection for complex models
FM Thomas, PA Vesk, CE Hauser
Ecological applications 28 (8), 2130-2141, 2018
Punching above their weight: the ecological and social benefits of pop‐up parks
L Mata, GE Garrard, F Fidler, CD Ives, C Maller, J Wilson, F Thomas, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 0
Using functional traits to predict species growth trajectories, and cross‐validation to evaluate these models for ecological prediction
FM Thomas, JDL Yen, PA Vesk
Ecology and Evolution 9 (4), 1554-1566, 2019
Field Data Collection Can Be Expensive, Time Consuming, and Difficult; Particularly in Remote or Hard To Get To Places Like ‘The Mallee’in Semi‐Arid Australia
FM Thomas, PA Vesk, CE Hauser
The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 100 (1), e01473, 2019
Regular intervention monitoring providing valuable insights into vegetation responses to environmental flows on rivers.
FM Jones, CS and Thomas
Proceedings of the 9th Australian Stream Management Conference, 2018
VEFMAP Stage 6: Monitoring vegetation response to environmental flow delivery in Victoria 2016/17 – Pilot study
FM Jones, CS and Thomas
Using plant functional traits to predict woody growth trajectories
FM Thomas
The University of Melbourne, 2017
Incorporating plant functional traits into a multi-species model of plant growth
FM Thomas, CE Hauser, A Peter
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