Sarah Sapsford
Sarah Sapsford
Ministry for Primary Industries
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Elevation, temperature, and aquatic connectivity all influence the infection dynamics of the amphibian chytrid fungus in adult frogs
SJ Sapsford, RA Alford, L Schwarzkopf
PLoS One 8 (12), e82425, 2013
Natural disturbance reduces disease risk in endangered rainforest frog populations
EA Roznik, SJ Sapsford, DA Pike, L Schwarzkopf, RA Alford
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-11, 2015
Towards a framework for understanding the context‐dependence of impacts of non‐native tree species
SJ Sapsford, AJ Brandt, KT Davis, G Peralta, IA Dickie, RD Gibson, ...
Functional Ecology, 2020
The ‘chicken or the egg’: which comes first, forest tree decline or loss of mycorrhizae?
SJ Sapsford, T Paap, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess
Plant Ecology 218 (9), 1093-1106, 2017
Condition-dependent reproductive effort in frogs infected by a widespread pathogen
EA Roznik, SJ Sapsford, DA Pike, L Schwarzkopf, RA Alford
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1810), 20150694, 2015
Infection dynamics in frog populations with different histories of decline caused by a deadly disease
SJ Sapsford, MJ Voordouw, RA Alford, L Schwarzkopf
Oecologia 179 (4), 1099-1110, 2015
Visible Implant Elastomer Marking Does Not Affect Short-term Movements or Survival Rates of the Treefrog Litoria rheocola
SJ Sapsford, EA Roznik, RA Alford, L Schwarzkopf
Herpetologica 70 (1), 23-33, 2014
Visible implant elastomer as a viable marking technique for common mistfrogs (Litoria rheocola)
SJ Sapsford, RA Alford, L Schwarzkopf
Herpetologica 71 (2), 96-101, 2015
Population and disease dynamics of the amphibian chytrid fungus in the stream-associated frog Litoria rheocola
SJ Sapsford
James Cook University, 2012
Habitat fragmentation in a Mediterranean-type forest alters resident and propagule mycorrhizal fungal communities
SJ Sapsford, T Paap, AJM Hopkins, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess
Pedobiologia 78, 150611, 2020
Disentangling causes of seasonal infection prevalence patterns: tropical tadpoles and chytridiomycosis as a model system
SJ Sapsford, RA Alford, L Schwarzkopf
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 130 (2), 83-93, 2018
Soil sample pooling generates no consistent inference bias: a meta‐analysis of 71 plant–soil feedback experiments
WJ Allen, SJ Sapsford, IA Dickie
New Phytologist 231 (4), 1308-1315, 2021
Anthropogenic Disturbance Impacts Mycorrhizal Communities and Abiotic Soil Properties: Implications for an Endemic Forest Disease
SJ Sapsford, T Paap, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 161, 2021
Seeing the forest not just for its trees: Exotic pathogens shift forest communities above ground and below ground
SJ Sapsford, L Waller
Wiley on behalf of New Phytologist Trust, 2020
Anthropogenic Disturbances and the Emergence of Native Diseases: a Threat to Forest Health
TI Burgess, J Oliva, SJ Sapsford, ML Sakalidis, F Balocchi, T Paap
Current Forestry Reports, 1-13, 2022
Pine invasion drives loss of soil fungal diversity
SJ Sapsford, A Wakelin, DA Peltzer, IA Dickie
Biological Invasions 24 (2), 401-414, 2022
A risk to the forestry industry? Invasive pines as hosts of foliar fungi and potential pathogens
GS Steel, IA Dickie, SJ Sapsford
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 46 (1), 1-13, 2022
Factors predisposing Corymbia calophylla trees to canker disease caused by Quambalaria coyrecup
SJ Sapsford
Murdoch University, 2017
Is provenance or phylogeny a better predictor of growth and survival of a soil pathogen in leaf litter?
LP Waller, SJ Sapsford, AM Thurston, A Black
Forest Ecology and Management 520, 120359, 2022
Applying ecological research to improve long-term outcomes of wilding conifer management
IA Dickie, R Sprague, J Green, DA Peltzer, K Orwin, S Sapsford
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 46 (2), 1-16, 2022
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