|Seed supply for broadscale restoration: maximizing evolutionary potential|
LM Broadhurst, A Lowe, DJ Coates, SA Cunningham, M McDonald, ...
Evolutionary Applications 1 (4), 587-597, 2008
|The economic cost of managing invasive species in Australia|
BD Hoffmann, LM Broadhurst
NeoBiota 31, 1-18, 2016
|To close the yield-gap while saving biodiversity will require multiple locally relevant strategies|
SA Cunningham, SJ Attwood, KS Bawa, TG Benton, LM Broadhurst, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 173, 20-27, 2013
|Shifting the conservation paradigm: a synthesis of options for renovating nature under climate change|
SM Prober, VAJ Doerr, LM Broadhurst, KJ Williams, F Dickson
Ecological Monographs 89 (1), e01333, 2019
|Maximizing seed resources for restoration in an uncertain future|
LM Broadhurst, TA Jones, FS Smith, TOM North, L Guja
BioScience 66 (1), 73-79, 2016
|Genetic characterization of root-nodule bacteria associated with Acacia salicina and A. stenophylla (Mimosaceae) across south-eastern Australia|
MS Hoque, LM Broadhurst, PH Thrall
International Journal of Systematic and EvolutionaryMicrobiology 61 (2), 299-309, 2011
|Native forests and climate change: Lessons from eucalypts|
TH Booth, LM Broadhurst, E Pinkard, SM Prober, SK Dillon, D Bush, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 347, 18-29, 2015
|Microbial phylotype composition and diversity predicts plant productivity and plant–soil feedbacks|
JD Bever, LM Broadhurst, PH Thrall
Ecology Letters 16 (2), 167-174, 2013
|The role of food retailers in improving resilience in global food supply|
S Macfadyen, JM Tylianakis, DK Letourneau, TG Benton, P Tittonell, ...
Global Food Security 7, 1-8, 2015
|Assessing limitations on population growth in two critically endangered Acacia taxa|
CJ Yates, LM Broadhurst
Biological Conservation 108 (1), 13-26, 2002
|Guidelines for the translocation of threatened plants in Australia|
Australian Network for Plant Conservation, 2018
|Implications of the 2019–2020 megafires for the biogeography and conservation of Australian vegetation|
RC Godfree, N Knerr, F Encinas-Viso, D Albrecht, D Bush, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1023, 2021
|Geographic patterns of symbiont abundance and adaptation in native Australian Acacia-rhizobia interactions|
PH Thrall, JF Slattery, LM Broadhurst, S Bickford
Journal of Ecology, 1110-1122, 2007
|The influence of sampling strategies and spatial variation on the detected soil bacterial communities under three different land-use types|
CA Osborne, AB Zwart, LM Broadhurst, AG Young, AE Richardson
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 78 (1), 70-79, 2011
|Symbiotic effectiveness of rhizobial mutualists varies in interactions with native Australian legume genera|
PH Thrall, AL Laine, LM Broadhurst, DJ Bagnall, J Brockwell
PloS one 6 (8), e23545, 2011
|Genetic diversity and structure of the Australian flora|
L Broadhurst, M Breed, A Lowe, J Bragg, R Catullo, D Coates, ...
Diversity and Distributions 23 (1), 41-52, 2017
|Seeding the future–the issues of supply and demand in restoration in Australia|
L Broadhurst, M Driver, L Guja, T North, B Vanzella, G Fifield, S Bruce, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (1), 29-32, 2015
|Regional genetic differentiation in Western Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) as revealed by nuclear RFLP analysis|
M Byrne, B MacDonald, L Broadhurst, J Brand
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 107 (7), 1208-1214, 2003
|Landscape genomic prediction for restoration of a Eucalyptus foundation species under climate change|
MA Supple, JG Bragg, LM Broadhurst, AB Nicotra, M Byrne, RL Andrew, ...
Elife 7, e31835, 2018
|Is local best? Examining the evidence for local adaptation in trees and its scale|
D Boshier, L Broadhurst, J Cornelius, L Gallo, J Koskela, J Loo, ...
Environmental Evidence 4 (1), 1-10, 2015