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
1612013
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
1082008
LED lighting increases the ecological impact of light pollution irrespective of color temperature
SM Pawson, MKF Bader
Ecological Applications 24 (7), 1561-1568, 2014
1032014
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, 342-355, 2010
532010
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
452006
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
362010
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
362008
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
282009
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
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
BIOENERGY OPTIONS FOR NEW ZEALAND ANALYSIS OF LARGE-SCALE BIOENERGY FROM FORESTRY
P Hall, M Jack
212009
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, ...
New Zealand Natural Sciences 28, 81-109, 2003
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
112008
Natives in a pine forest
S Pawson, E Brockerhoff
New Zealand Geographic 72, 78-93, 2005
102005
Quantifying dispersal of a non-aggressive saprophytic bark beetle
N Meurisse, S Pawson
PloS one 12 (4), 2017
82017
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
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