Stephen Pawson
Stephen Pawson
Scion (New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited)
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TitleCited byYear
Plantation forests, climate change and biodiversity
SM Pawson, A Brin, EG Brockerhoff, D Lamb, TW Payn, A Paquette, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 22 (5), 1203-1227, 2013
1562013
Non-native plantation forests as alternative habitat for native forest beetles in a heavily modified landscape
SM Pawson, EG Brockerhoff, ED Meenken, RK Didham
Plantation Forests and Biodiversity: Oxymoron or Opportunity?, 203-224, 2008
1092008
LED lighting increases the ecological impact of light pollution irrespective of color temperature
SM Pawson, MKF Bader
Ecological Applications 24 (7), 1561-1568, 2014
982014
New Zealand's exotic plantation forests as habitats for threatened indigenous species
SM Pawson, CE Ecroyd, R Seaton, WB Shaw, EG Brockerhoff
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34 (3), 342, 2010
502010
Clear-fell harvest impacts on biodiversity: past research and the search for harvest size thresholds
SM Pawson, EG Brockerhoff, DA Norton, RK Didham
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36 (4), 1035-1046, 2006
432006
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
372008
Density‐dependent impacts of exotic conifer invasion on grassland invertebrate assemblages
SM Pawson, JK McCarthy, NJ Ledgard, RK Didham
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (5), 1053-1062, 2010
352010
Native forest generalists dominate carabid assemblages along a stand age chronosequence in an exotic Pinus radiata plantation
SM Pawson, EG Brockerhoff, RK Didham
Forest ecology and management 258, S108-S116, 2009
262009
Using Differential Responses to Light Spectra As a Monitoring and Control Tool for Arhopalus ferus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) and Other Exotic Wood-Boring Pests
SM Pawson, MS Watt, EG Brockerhoff
Journal of Economic Entomology 102 (1), 79-85, 2009
262009
Critical issues facing New Zealand entomology
PJ Lester, SDJ Brown, ED Edwards, GI Holwell, SM Pawson, DF Ward, ...
New Zealand Entomologist 37 (1), 1-13, 2014
222014
Predicting sapstain and degrade in fallen trees following storm damage in a Pinus radiata forest
JK McCarthy, IA Hood, EG Brockerhoff, CA Carlson, SM Pawson, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (9), 1456-1466, 2010
212010
Maximising biodiversity in plantation forests: Insights from long-term changes in clearfell-sensitive beetles in a Pinus radiata plantation
SM Pawson, EG Brockerhoff, MS Watt, RK Didham
Biological conservation 144 (12), 2842-2850, 2011
172011
Bioenergy options for New Zealand: pathways analysis
P Hall, M Richardson, M Jack
Scion, 2008
162008
A terrestrial invertebrate inventory of Quail Island (Otamahua): towards the restoration of the invertebrate community.
MH Bowie, JWM Marris, RM Emberson, IG Andrew, JA Berry, CJ Vink, ...
142003
Phylogenetic revision of the endemic New Zealand carabid genus Oregus Putzeys (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Broscini)
SM Pawson, RM Emberson, KF Armstrong, AM Paterson
Invertebrate Systematics 17 (5), 625-640, 2003
132003
Back from extinction: rediscovery of the Canterbury knobbled weevil Hadramphus tuberculatus (Pascoe 1877)(Coleoptera: Curculionidae), with a review of its historical distribution
LM Young, JWM Marris, SM Pawson
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 35 (4), 323-330, 2008
122008
Natives in a pine forest
S Pawson, E Brockerhoff
New Zealand Geographic 72, 78-93, 2005
102005
An experimental test of a visual‐based push–pull strategy for control of wood boring phytosanitary pests
SM Pawson, MS Watt
Agricultural and forest entomology 11 (3), 239-245, 2009
82009
The conservation status of invertebrates in Canterbury
SM Pawson, RM Emberson
New Zealand Department of Conservation, 2000
82000
Quantifying dispersal of a non-aggressive saprophytic bark beetle
N Meurisse, S Pawson
PloS one 12 (4), e0174111, 2017
72017
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