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Thomas SH Paul
Thomas SH Paul
Research Scientist, Scion (NZ Forest Research Institute Ltd.)
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Ecology and management of invasive Pinaceae around the world: progress and challenges
MA Nuņez, MC Chiuffo, A Torres, T Paul, RD Dimarco, P Raal, N Policelli, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (11), 3099-3120, 2017
1122017
Airborne scanning LiDAR in a double sampling forest carbon inventory
PR Stephens, MO Kimberley, PN Beets, TSH Paul, N Searles, A Bell, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 117, 348-357, 2012
992012
The inventory of carbon stock in New Zealand’s post-1989 planted forest for reporting under the Kyoto protocol
PN Beets, AM Brandon, CJ Goulding, MO Kimberley, TSH Paul, N Searles
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (6), 1119-1130, 2011
452011
Re-examination of recent loss of indigenous cover in New Zealand and the relative contributions of different land uses
EG Brockerhoff, WB Shaw, B Hock, M Kimberley, T Paul, J Quinn, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 115-126, 2008
422008
Early detection of invasive exotic trees using UAV and manned aircraft multispectral and LiDAR data
JP Dash, MS Watt, TSH Paul, J Morgenroth, GD Pearse
Remote Sensing 11 (15), 1812, 2019
392019
Decomposition of woody debris in managed Pinus radiata plantations in New Zealand
LG Garrett, MO Kimberley, GR Oliver, SH Pearce, TSH Paul
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (8), 1389-1398, 2010
382010
The national inventory of carbon stock in New Zealand’s pre-1990 planted forest using a LiDAR incomplete-transect approach
PN Beets, AM Brandon, CJ Goulding, MO Kimberley, TSH Paul, N Searles
Forest Ecology and Management 280, 187-197, 2012
252012
Vegetation successions over 30 years of high country grassland invasion by Pinus contorta
NJ Ledgard, TSH Paul
New Zealand Plant Protection 61, 98-104, 2008
202008
The right tree for the job? Perceptions of species suitability for the provision of ecosystem services
SJ Smaill, KM Bayne, GWR Coker, TSH Paul, PW Clinton
Environmental Management 53 (4), 783-799, 2014
192014
Taking a closer look at invasive alien plant research: A review of the current state, opportunities, and future directions for UAVs
JP Dash, MS Watt, TSH Paul, J Morgenroth, R Hartley
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (12), 2020-2033, 2019
182019
Combining airborne laser scanning and aerial imagery enhances echo classification for invasive conifer detection
JP Dash, GD Pearse, MS Watt, T Paul
Remote Sensing 9 (2), 156, 2017
182017
Planted Forest Carbon Monitoring System--forest carbon model validation study for Pinus radiata.
PN Beets, MO Kimberley, TSH Paul, LG Garrett
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 41, 2011
172011
Natural forest plot data analysis: carbon stock analyses and re-measurement strategy
PN Beets, MO Kimberley, CJ Goulding, LG Garrett, GR Oliver, TSH Paul
Scion contract report prepared for the Ministry for the Environment, Wellington, 2009
172009
Vegetation succession associated with wilding conifer removal
TSH Paul, NJ Ledgard
New Zealand Plant Protection 62, 374-379, 2009
152009
Accentuating the positive while eliminating the negative of alien tree invasions: a multiple ecosystem services approach to prioritising control efforts
NWH Mason, DJ Palmer, V Vetrova, L Brabyn, T Paul, P Willemse, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (4), 1181-1195, 2017
142017
Indicative forest sequestration tables
T Paul, M Kimberley, PN Beets
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 2008
132008
The inventory of carbon stocks in New Zealand’s post-1989 natural forest for reporting under the Kyoto Protocol
PN Beets, MO Kimberley, TSH Paul, GR Oliver, SH Pearce, JM Buswell
Forests 5 (9), 2230-2252, 2014
122014
Thinking outside the square: Evidence that plot shape and layout in forest inventories can bias estimates of stand metrics
TSH Paul, MO Kimberley, PN Beets
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (3), 381-388, 2019
112019
Effect of felled wilding pines on plant growth in high country grasslands
TSH Paul, NJ Ledgard
New Zealand Plant Protection 61, 105-110, 2008
112008
Comparison of measured and modelled change in coarse woody debris carbon stocks in New Zealand’s natural forest
MO Kimberley, PN Beets, TSH Paul
Forest Ecology and Management 434, 18-28, 2019
92019
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