Sarah V. Wyse
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Predicting the global incidence of seed desiccation sensitivity
SV Wyse, JB Dickie
Journal of Ecology 105 (4), 1082-1093, 2017
A quantitative assessment of shoot flammability for 60 tree and shrub species supports rankings based on expert opinion
SV Wyse, GLW Perry, DM O’Connell, PS Holland, MJ Wright, CL Hosted, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (4), 466-477, 2016
Seed banking not an option for many threatened plants
SV Wyse, JB Dickie, KJ Willis
Nature plants 4 (11), 848-850, 2018
Green firebreaks as a management tool for wildfires: Lessons from China
X Cui, MA Alam, GLW Perry, AM Paterson, SV Wyse, TJ Curran
Journal of Environmental Management 233, 329-336, 2019
Shoot-Level Flammability of Species Mixtures is Driven by the Most Flammable Species: Implications for Vegetation-Fire Feedbacks Favouring Invasive Species
SV Wyse, GLW Perry, TJ Curran
Ecosystems 21, 886-900, 2018
Distinctive vegetation communities are associated with the long‐lived conifer Agathis australis (New Zealand kauri, Araucariaceae) in New Zealand rainforests
SV Wyse, BR Burns, SD Wright
Austral Ecology 39 (4), 388-400, 2014
Shoot flammability is decoupled from leaf flammability, but controlled by leaf functional traits
MA Alam, SV Wyse, HL Buckley, GLW Perry, JJ Sullivan, NWH Mason, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (2), 648-653, 2020
Do host bark traits influence trunk epiphyte communities?
SV Wyse, BR Burns
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 35 (3), 296, 2011
Managing fire and biodiversity in the wildland-urban interface: A role for green firebreaks
T Curran, G Perry, S Wyse, M Alam
Fire 1 (1), 3, 2018
Taxonomic affinity, habitat and seed mass strongly predict seed desiccation response: a boosted regression trees analysis based on 17 539 species
SV Wyse, JB Dickie
Annals of Botany 121 (1), 71-83, 2018
Exploiting interspecific olfactory communication to monitor predators
PM Garvey, AS Glen, MN Clout, SV Wyse, M Nichols, RP Pech
Ecological Applications 27 (2), 389-402, 2017
Shoot flammability of vascular plants is phylogenetically conserved and related to habitat fire-proneness and growth form
X Cui, AM Paterson, SV Wyse, MA Alam, KJL Maurin, R Pieper, ...
Nature Plants 6 (4), 355-359, 2020
New Zealand forest dynamics: a review of past and present vegetation responses to disturbance, and development of conceptual forest models
SV Wyse, JM Wilmshurst, BR Burns, GLW Perry
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 42 (2), 1-20, 2018
Protecting trees at an individual level provides insufficient safeguard for urban forests
SV Wyse, JR Beggs, BR Burns, MC Stanley
Landscape and Urban Planning 141, 112-122, 2015
Growth responses of five forest plant species to the soils formed beneath New Zealand kauri (Agathis australis)
SV Wyse
New Zealand Journal of Botany 50 (4), 411-421, 2012
Species assemblage patterns around a dominant emergent tree are associated with drought resistance
SV Wyse, CMO Macinnis-Ng, BR Burns, MJ Clearwater, ...
Tree physiology 33 (12), 1269-1283, 2013
Sap flow of the southern conifer, Agathis australis during wet and dry summers
C Macinnis-Ng, S Wyse, A Veale, L Schwendenmann, M Clearwater
Trees 30, 19-33, 2016
Limited evidence for a consistent seed mass‐dispersal trade‐off in wind‐dispersed pines
SV Wyse, PE Hulme
Journal of Ecology 109 (1), 284-293, 2021
Partitioning intraspecific variation in seed dispersal potential using a low‐cost method for rapid estimation of samara terminal velocity
SV Wyse, PE Hulme, EP Holland
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (8), 1298-1307, 2019
Effects of Agathis australis (New Zealand kauri) leaf litter on germination and seedling growth differs among plant species
SV Wyse, BR Burns
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 37 (2), 178-183, 2013
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