Kate G McAlpine
Kate G McAlpine
Dept of Conservation
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Photosynthesis and water‐use efficiency: A comparison between invasive (exotic) and non‐invasive (native) species
KG Mcalpine, LK Jesson, DS Kubien
Austral Ecology 33 (1), 10-19, 2008
452008
The effects of small-scale environmental heterogeneity on seed germination in experimental treefall gaps in New Zealand
KG McAlpine, DR Drake
Plant Ecology 165 (2), 207-215, 2003
412003
Conservation and the delivery of ecosystem services
KG McAlpine, DM Wotton
Knowledge for conservation 295, 5-81, 2009
382009
Biomass allocation, shade tolerance and seedling survival of the invasive species Berberis darwinii (Darwin's barberry)
KG McAlpine, LK Jesson
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 1-12, 2007
322007
Linking seed dispersal, germination and seedling recruitment in the invasive species Berberis darwinii (Darwin’s barberry)
KG McAlpine, LK Jesson
Plant Ecology 197 (1), 119-129, 2008
292008
Seed dispersal of fleshy-fruited environmental weeds in New Zealand
DM Wotton, KG McAlpine
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 39 (2), 155-169, 2015
262015
Ecological impacts of ground cover weeds in New Zealand lowland forests
KG McAlpine, SL Lamoureaux, I Westbrooke
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 39 (1), 50-60, 2015
222015
Effects of tree control method, seed addition, and introduced mammal exclusion on seedling establishment in an invasive Pinus contorta forest
KG McAlpine, CJ Howell, DM Wotton
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 40 (3), 302-309, 2016
162016
Predicting native plant succession through woody weeds in New Zealand
DM Wotton, KG McAlpine
Publishing Team, Department of Conservation, 2013
142013
Bone-seed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. monilifera) invasion effects on native regeneration in New Zealand coastal plant communities
KG McAlpine, SM Timmins, I Westbrooke
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 72-82, 2009
112009
Seedling recruitment of the invasive species Berberis darwinii (Darwin's barberry): what contributes to invasion success?
KKG McAlpine
Victoria University of Wellington, 2005
102005
Native plant species richness in non-native Pinus contorta forest
CJ Howell, KG McAlpine
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 40 (1), 131-136, 2016
92016
Native woody plant recruitment in lowland forests invaded by non-native ground cover weeds and mammals
KG McAlpine, SL Lamoureaux, SM Timmins, DM Wotton
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 41 (1), 65-73, 2017
52017
Composition of the understory in 132 woody weed populations and implications for succession
KG McAlpine, SM Timmins, SD Jackman, SL Lamoureaux
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 42 (2), 277-283, 2018
42018
Can a reduced rate of herbicide benefit native plants and control ground cover weeds?
KG McAlpine, SL Lamoureaux, SM Timmins, DM Wotton
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 42 (2), 204-213, 2018
32018
Do weed managers need to know about weed impacts
SM Timmins, KG McAlpine
Proceedings of the 16th Australian Weeds Conference. Brisbane: Queensland …, 2008
32008
The effect of fire on bone-seed and gorse germination
K McAlpine, S Timmins
Science Poster, 2002
32002
Does environmental weed control achieve conservation gain?: a literature review
DM Wotton, KG McAlpine
Department of Conservation, 2012
22012
Survival rates of Darwin's barberry (Berberis darwinii) seedlings in mixed beech-broadleaf forest in New Zealand
KG McAlpine, DM Wotton
Pub. Team, Department of Conservation, 2009
22009
Pest plant atlas: Wellington Conservancy excluding the Chatham Islands
C Howell, P Hughes, JWD Sawyer, KG McAlpine
Department of Conservation, 2000
22000
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