John K Scott
John K Scott
CSIRO Land & Water
Verified email at csiro.au
TitleCited byYear
CliMond: global high‐resolution historical and future scenario climate surfaces for bioclimatic modelling
DJ Kriticos, BL Webber, A Leriche, N Ota, I Macadam, J Bathols, JK Scott
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (1), 53-64, 2012
3442012
Predicting the Australian weed status of southern African plants
JK Scott, FD Panetta
Journal of Biogeography, 87-93, 1993
1901993
European oak declines and global warming: a theoretical assessment with special reference to the activity of Phytophthora cinnamomi
CM Brasier, JK Scott
EPPO Bulletin 24 (1), 221-232, 1994
1821994
Evaluating indirect ecological effects of biological control
E Wajnberg, JK Scott, PC Quimby
CABI, 2001
1582001
Modelling horses for novel climate courses: insights from projecting potential distributions of native and alien Australian acacias with correlative and mechanistic models
BL Webber, CJ Yates, DC Le Maitre, JK Scott, DJ Kriticos, N Ota, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 978-1000, 2011
1482011
The ecophysiology of seed persistence: a mechanistic view of the journey to germination or demise
RL Long, MJ Gorecki, M Renton, JK Scott, L Colville, DE Goggin, ...
Biological Reviews 90 (1), 31-59, 2015
1382015
Facilitating adaptation of biodiversity to climate change: a conceptual framework applied to the world’s largest Mediterranean-climate woodland
SM Prober, KR Thiele, PW Rundel, CJ Yates, SL Berry, M Byrne, ...
Climatic Change 110 (1-2), 227-248, 2012
722012
Making decisions to conserve species under climate change
LP Shoo, AA Hoffmann, S Garnett, RL Pressey, YM Williams, M Taylor, ...
Climatic Change 119 (2), 239-246, 2013
642013
Rapid global change: implications for defining natives and aliens
BL Webber, JK Scott
Global Ecology and Biogeography 21 (3), 305-311, 2012
642012
The Impact of Destructive Insects on Reproduction in Six Species of Banksia Lf (Proteaceae).
JK Scott
Australian Journal of Zoology 30 (6), 901-922, 1982
621982
Estimation of the outcrossing rate for Banksia attenuata R. Br. and Banksia menziesii R. Br.(Proteaceae)
JK Scott
Australian Journal of Botany 28 (1), 53-59, 1980
611980
Potential risk of accidental introduction of Asian gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) to Australasia: effects of climatic conditions and suitability of native plants
M Matsuki, M Kay, J Serin, R Floyd, JK Scott
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 3 (4), 305-320, 2001
542001
Current and projected global distribution of Phytophthora cinnamomi, one of the world's worst plant pathogens
TI Burgess, JK Scott, KL Mcdougall, MJC Stukely, C Crane, WA Dunstan, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (4), 1661-1674, 2017
512017
Tectonic habitat of Norwegian oil and gas
WH Ziegler, R Doery, J Scott
Habitat of Hydrocarbons on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, 3-19, 1986
501986
Selective Predation by White-Tailed Black Cockatoos on Fruit of Banksia Attenuata Containing the Seed-Eating Weevil Alphitopis Nivea.
JK Scott, R Black
Wildlife Research 8 (2), 421-430, 1981
491981
The ecological barriers to the recovery of bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce) infested sites: Impacts on vegetation and the potential increase in …
PJ Turner, JK Scott, H Spafford
Austral Ecology 33 (6), 713-722, 2008
452008
Phytophthora bilorbang sp. nov., a new species associated with the decline of Rubus anglocandicans (European blackberry) in Western Australia
S Aghighi, GESJ Hardy, JK Scott, TI Burgess
European Journal of Plant Pathology 133 (4), 841-855, 2012
442012
Mesozoic basin evolution in southern England
BW Sellwood, J Scott, G Lunn
Proceedings of the geologists' association 97 (3), 259-289, 1986
441986
Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Great Oolite Group in the Humbly Grove Oilfield, Hampshire
BW Sellwood, J Scott, P Mikkelsen, P Akroyd
Marine and Petroleum Geology 2 (1), 44-55, 1985
421985
A chart review of cyproheptadine for stimulant-induced weight loss
WB Daviss, J Scott
Journal of child and adolescent psychopharmacology 14 (1), 65-73, 2004
412004
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