Professor Len N. Gillman
Professor Len N. Gillman
Institute for Applied Ecology New Zealand, School of Science, Auckland University of Technology, AUT
Verified email at aut.ac.nz - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The influence of productivity on the species richness of plants: a critical assessment
LN Gillman, SD Wright
Ecology 87 (5), 1234-1243, 2006
2432006
The road from Santa Rosalia: a faster tempo of evolution in tropical climates
S Wright, J Keeling, L Gillman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (20), 7718-7722, 2006
2122006
Latitude, productivity and species richness
LN Gillman, SD Wright, J Cusens, PD McBride, Y Malhi, RJ Whittaker
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (1), 107-117, 2015
1042015
Latitude, elevation and the tempo of molecular evolution in mammals
LN Gillman, DJ Keeling, HA Ross, SD Wright
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1671), 3353-3359, 2009
702009
Species richness and evolutionary speed: the influence of temperature, water and area
LN Gillman, SD Wright
Journal of Biogeography 41 (1), 39-51, 2014
622014
What is the form of the productivity–animal‐species‐richness relationship? A critical review and meta‐analysis
J Cusens, SD Wright, PD McBride, LN Gillman
Ecology 93 (10), 2241-2252, 2012
592012
Biogeography of photoautotrophs in the high polar biome
WFV Pointing, S. B., B. Buedel, P. Convey, L. Gillman, C. Koerner, S. Leuzinger
Frontiers in Plant Science 6, 692, 2015
422015
Response of forest tree seedlings to simulated litterfall damage.
LN Gillman, SD Wright, J Ogden
Plant Ecology 169 (1), 53-60, 2003
412003
The influence of macro‐litterfall and forest structure on litterfall damage to seedlings
LN Gillman, J Ogden, SD Wright, KL Stewart, DP Walsh
Austral Ecology 29 (3), 305-312, 2004
362004
Slower tempo of microevolution in island birds: implications for conservation biology
SD Wright, LN Gillman, HA Ross, DJ Keeling
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (9), 2275-2287, 2009
352009
Faster evolution of highly conserved DNA in tropical plants
LN Gillman, DJ Keeling, RC Gardner, SD Wright
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (6), 1327-1330, 2010
342010
Energy and the tempo of evolution in amphibians
SD Wright, LN Gillman, HA Ross, DJ Keeling
Global Ecology and Biogeography 19 (5), 733-740, 2010
332010
Physical damage by litterfall to canopy tree seedlings in two temperate New Zealand forests
LN Gillman, J Ogden
Journal of Vegetation Science 12 (5), 671-676, 2001
312001
Evolutionary speed limited by water in arid Australia
X Goldie, L Gillman, M Crisp, S Wright
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), 2645-2653, 2010
292010
Thermal energy and the rate of genetic evolution in marine fishes
SD Wright, HA Ross, DJ Keeling, P McBride, LN Gillman
Evolutionary Ecology 25 (2), 525-530, 2011
282011
Microsite heterogeneity in litterfall risk to seedlings
LN Gillman, J Ogden
Austral Ecology 30 (5), 497-504, 2005
252005
Use of artificial seedlings to estimate damage of forest seedlings due to litterfall and animals
LN Gillman, SD Wright, J Ogden
Journal of Vegetation Science 13 (5), 635-640, 2002
232002
Mega mistakes in meta-analyses: devil in the detail
LN Gillman, SD Wright
Ecology 91 (9), 2550-2552, 2010
222010
Seedling mortality and damage due to non‐trophic animal interactions in a northern New Zealand forest
LN Gillman, J Ogden
Austral Ecology 28 (1), 48-52, 2003
202003
Diverse cryptic refuges for life during glaciation
SB Pointing, B Bollard-Breen, LN Gillman
PNAS, 2014
182014
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