Peter Erskine
TitleCited byYear
Restoration of degraded tropical forest landscapes
D Lamb, PD Erskine, JA Parrotta
Science 310 (5754), 1628-1632, 2005
12582005
13C natural abundance in plant communities along a rainfall gradient: a biological integrator of water availability
GR Stewart, MH Turnbull, S Schmidt, PD Erskine
Functional Plant Biology 22 (1), 51-55, 1995
4381995
Tree species diversity and ecosystem function: can tropical multi-species plantations generate greater productivity?
PD Erskine, D Lamb, M Bristow
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 205-210, 2006
2412006
Rare earths supply chains: Current status, constraints and opportunities
A Golev, M Scott, PD Erskine, SH Ali, GR Ballantyne
Resources Policy 41, 52-59, 2014
2052014
Subantarctic Macquarie Island – a model ecosystem for studying animal-derived nitrogen sources using 15N natural abundance
PD Erskine, DM Bergstrom, S Schmidt, GR Stewart, CE Tweedie, ...
Oecologia 117 (1-2), 187-193, 1998
1711998
Agromining: farming for metals in the future?
A van der Ent, AJM Baker, RD Reeves, RL Chaney, CWN Anderson, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 49 (8), 4773-4780, 2015
1482015
Direct seeding to restore rainforest species: microsite effects on the early establishment and growth of rainforest tree seedlings on degraded land in the wet tropics of Australia
SJ Doust, PD Erskine, D Lamb
Forest Ecology and Management 234 (1-3), 333-343, 2006
1112006
Root adaptation and nitrogen source acquisition in natural ecosystems
MH Turnbull, S Schmidt, PD Erskine, S Richards, GR Stewart
Tree Physiology 16 (11-12), 941-948, 1996
931996
15N natural abundance of vascular rainforest epiphytes: implications for nitrogen source and acquisition
GR Stewart, S Schmidt, LL Handley, MH Turnbull, PD Erskine, CA Joly
Plant, Cell & Environment 18 (1), 85-90, 1995
891995
Woody species diversity influences productivity and soil nutrient availability in tropical plantations
J Firn, PD Erskine, D Lamb
Oecologia 154 (3), 521-533, 2007
832007
Restoring rainforest species by direct seeding: tree seedling establishment and growth performance on degraded land in the wet tropics of Australia
SJ Doust, PD Erskine, D Lamb
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (5), 1178-1188, 2008
822008
Rehabilitating degraded forest land in central Vietnam with mixed native species plantings
S McNamara, DV Tinh, PD Erskine, D Lamb, D Yates, S Brown
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 358-365, 2006
802006
A global database for plants that hyperaccumulate metal and metalloid trace elements
RD Reeves, AJM Baker, T Jaffré, PD Erskine, G Echevarria, A van der Ent
New Phytologist 218 (2), 407-411, 2018
572018
Australian mulga ecosystems –13C and 15N natural abundances of biota components and their ecophysiological significance
JS Pate, MJ Unkovich, PD Erskine, GR Stewart
Plant, Cell & Environment 21 (12), 1231-1242, 1998
561998
Water availability–a physiological constraint on nitrate utilization in plants of Australian semi‐arid muiga woodlands
PD Erskine, GR Stewart, S Schmidt, MH Turnbull, M Unkovich, JS Pate
Plant, Cell & Environment 19 (10), 1149-1159, 1996
561996
Current status and challenges in developing nickel phytomining: an agronomic perspective
PN Nkrumah, AJM Baker, RL Chaney, PD Erskine, G Echevarria, JL Morel, ...
Plant and soil 406 (1-2), 55-69, 2016
552016
Ecology of nickel hyperaccumulator plants from ultramafic soils in Sabah (Malaysia)
A van der Ent, P Erskine, S Sumail
Chemoecology 25 (5), 243-259, 2015
552015
Restoring degraded tropical forests for carbon and biodiversity
S Budiharta, E Meijaard, PD Erskine, C Rondinini, M Pacifici, KA Wilson
Environmental Research Letters 9 (11), 114020, 2014
482014
Growth performance and management of a mixed rainforest tree plantation
PD Erskine, D Lamb, G Borschmann
New Forests 29 (2), 117-134, 2005
452005
Use of 3-PG and 3-PGS to simulate forest growth dynamics of Australian tropical rainforests: I. Parameterisation and calibration for old-growth, regenerating and plantation forests
JM Nightingale, MJ Hill, SR Phinn, ID Davies, AA Held, PD Erskine
Forest Ecology and Management 254 (2), 107-121, 2008
442008
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