David J. Palmer
David J. Palmer
Honorary Lecturer, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Verified email at students.waikato.ac.nz
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B cell-and monocyte-activating chemokine (BMAC), a novel non-ELR α-chemokine
MA Sleeman, JK Fraser, JG Murison, SL Kelly, RL Prestidge, DJ Palmer, ...
International immunology 12 (5), 677-689, 2000
1162000
Development of models to predict Pinus radiata productivity throughout New Zealand
MS Watt, DJ Palmer, MO Kimberley, BK Höck, TW Payn, DJ Lowe
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40 (3), 488-499, 2010
692010
Andisols of New Zealand and Australia.
DJ Lowe, DJ Palmer
Graduate School of Agricultural Science 2, 39-65, 2005
692005
Andisols of New Zealand and Australia.
DJ Lowe, DJ Palmer
Graduate School of Agricultural Science 2, 39-65, 2005
692005
Comparison of spatial prediction techniques for developing Pinus radiata productivity surfaces across New Zealand
DJ Palmer, BK Höck, MO Kimberley, MS Watt, DJ Lowe, TW Payn
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (9), 2046-2055, 2009
632009
Use of regression kriging to develop a Carbon: Nitrogen ratio surface for New Zealand
MS Watt, DJ Palmer
Geoderma 183, 49-57, 2012
442012
Stony soils are a major challenge for nutrient management under irrigation development
S Carrick, D Palmer, T Webb, J Scott, L Lilburne
In: Accurate and efficient use of nutrients on farms. (Eds LD Currie and CL …, 2013
422013
Assessing prediction accuracy in a regression kriging surface of Pinus radiata outerwood density across New Zealand
DJ Palmer, MO Kimberley, DJ Cown, RB McKinley
Forest Ecology and Management 308, 9-16, 2013
352013
Linking climate suitability, spread rates and host-impact when estimating the potential costs of invasive pests
DJ Kriticos, A Leriche, DJ Palmer, DC Cook, EG Brockerhoff, ...
PLoS One 8 (2), e54861, 2013
322013
Linking climate suitability, spread rates and host-impact when estimating the potential costs of invasive pests
DJ Kriticos, A Leriche, DJ Palmer, DC Cook, EG Brockerhoff, ...
PLoS One 8 (2), e54861, 2013
322013
Soil and foliar phosphorus as indicators of sustainability for Pinus radiata plantation forestry in New Zealand
DJ Palmer, DJ Lowe, TW Payn, BK Höck, CDA McLay, MO Kimberley
Forest Ecology and Management 220 (1-3), 140-154, 2005
322005
Development of a New Zealand SedNet model for assessment of catchment-wide soil-conservation works
JR Dymond, A Herzig, L Basher, HD Betts, M Marden, CJ Phillips, ...
Geomorphology 257, 85-93, 2016
312016
Predicting the severity of Swiss needle cast on Douglas-fir under current and future climate in New Zealand
MS Watt, JK Stone, IA Hood, DJ Palmer
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (12), 2232-2240, 2010
312010
Mapping and explaining the productivity of Pinus radiata in New Zealand
D, MS Palmer, Watt, MO Kimberley, BK Hock, TW Payn, DJ Lowe
New Zealand Institute of Forestry 55 (1), 2010
30*2010
Predicting the spatial distribution of Cupressus lusitanica productivity in New Zealand
MS Watt, DJ Palmer, H Dungey, MO Kimberley
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (3), 217-223, 2009
292009
Predicting the spatial distribution of Sequoia sempervirens productivity in New Zealand
DJ Palmer, MS Watt, MO Kimberley, HS Dungey
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 42, 81-89, 2012
262012
A dynamic framework for spatial modelling Pinus radiata soil water balance (SWatBal) across New Zealand
DJ Palmer, MS Watt, BK Höck, DJ Lowe, TW Payn
Scion Bulletin 234, 93, 2009
242009
Predicting the severity of Dothistroma on Pinus radiata under current climate in New Zealand
MS Watt, DJ Palmer, LS Bulman
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (11), 1792-1798, 2011
232011
The economic cost of Dothistroma needle blight to the New Zealand forest industry
M Watt, L Bulman, D Palmer
NZJ For 56, 20-22, 2011
232011
Spatial description of potential areas suitable for afforestation within New Zealand and quantification of their productivity under Pinus radiata
MS Watt, DJ Palmer, BK Höck
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 41, 115-129, 2011
232011
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