Adam T. Cross
Adam T. Cross
Research Fellow, ARC Centre for Mine Site Restoration, Curtin University
Verified email at curtin.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
A research agenda for seed-trait functional ecology
A Saatkamp, A Cochrane, L Commander, L Guja, B Jimenez-Alfaro, ...
New Phytologist, 2019
262019
Young calcareous soil chronosequences as a model for ecological restoration on alkaline mine tailings
AT Cross, H Lambers
Science of the Total Environment 607, 168-175, 2017
182017
Seed dormancy and persistent sediment seed banks of ephemeral freshwater rock pools in the Australian Monsoon Tropics
AT Cross, SR Turner, J Baskin, M Renton, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Annals of Botany 115 (5), 847-859, 2015
142015
Aldrovanda, The Waterwheel Plant
AT Cross
Redfern Natural History Productions, 2012
142012
Microbial functional capacity is preserved within engineered soil formulations used in mine site restoration
D Kumaresan, AT Cross, B Moreira-Grez, K Kariman, P Nevill, J Stevens, ...
Scientific Reports 7, 564, 2017
132017
Appropriate aspirations for effective post-mining restoration and rehabilitation: a response to Kaźmierczak et al.
AT Cross, R Young, P Nevill, T McDonald, K Prach, J Aronson, ...
Environmental Earth Sciences 77, 256, 2018
122018
Plastome-wide rearrangements and gene losses in carnivorous Droseraceae
PG Nevill, KA Howell, AT Cross, AV Williams, X Zhong, J Tonti-Filippini, ...
Genome Biology and Evolution, 2019
112019
Vegetation patterns and hydro-geological drivers of freshwater rock pool communities in the monsoon-tropical Kimberley region, Western Australia
AT Cross, SR Turner, DJ Merritt, A van Niekerk, M Renton, KW Dixon, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 26, 1184-1197, 2015
112015
Biogenic ethylene promotes seedling emergence from the sediment seed bank in an ephemeral tropical rock pool habitat
AT Cross, GR Cawthray, DJ Merritt, SR Turner, M Renton, KW Dixon
Plant and Soil 380 (1-2), 73-87, 2014
112014
One giant leap for mankind: can ecopoiesis avert mine tailings disasters?
AT Cross, JC Stevens, KW Dixon
Plant and soil 421 (1-2), 1-5, 2017
102017
Seed germination of the carnivorous plant Byblis gigantea (Byblidaceae) is cued by warm stratification and karrikinolide
AT Cross, DJ Merritt, SR Turner, KW Dixon
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 173 (1), 143-152, 2013
102013
Reproductive biology and prey-pollinator conflicts
AT Cross, A Davis, A Fleischmann, JD Horner, A Jürgens, DJ Merritt, ...
Carnivorous plants: physiology, ecology, and evolution, 2018
9*2018
Systematics and evolution of Droseraceae
A Fleischmann, AT Cross, R Gibson, PM Gonella, KW Dixon
Carnivorous plants: physiology, ecology, and evolution, 2018
92018
Geochemical and mineralogical constraints in iron ore tailings limit soil formation for direct phytostabilization
S Wu, Y Liu, G Southam, L Robertson, TH Chiu, AT Cross, KW Dixon, ...
Science of The Total Environment 651, 192-202, 2019
82019
Ant biodiversity and its environmental predictors in the North Kimberley region of Australia's seasonal tropics
AT Cross, C Myers, CNA Mitchell, SL Cross, C Jackson, R Waina, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 25, 1727-1759, 2016
82016
Methodological ambiguity and inconsistency constrain unmanned aerial vehicles as a silver Bullet for monitoring ecological restoration
TM Buters, PW Bateman, T Robinson, D Belton, KW Dixon, AT Cross
Remote Sensing, 2019
72019
Defining the role of fire in alleviating seed dormancy in a rare Mediterranean endemic subshrub
AT Cross, M Paniw, F Ojeda, SR Turner, KW Dixon, D Merritt
AoB Plants, 2017
72017
Biodiversity responses to vegetation structure in a fragmented landscape: ant communities in a peri-urban coastal dune system
SC Cross, AT Cross, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon, AN Andersen
Journal of Insect Conservation 20, 484-495, 2016
72016
Aldrovanda vesiculosa
AT Cross
Database: IUCN red list of threatened species version 2, 2013
72013
Ethical sourcing of wild seeds - a key issue in meeting global restoration targets
P Nevill, AT Cross, KW Dixon
Current Biology, 2018
62018
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