Publications

  • Long-term influences of introduced deer on the composition and structure of New Zealand Nothofagus forests. 2003

    Forest Ecology and Management 181, 99-117. Download PDF

  • High-intensity deer culling increases growth of mountain beech seedlings in New Zealand. 2005

    Wildlife Research 32, 273-280. Download PDF

  • Fallow deer impacts on Wakatipu beech forest. 2005

    New Zealand Journal of Ecology 29, 83-94. Download PDF

  • Effects of red deer on tree regeneration and growth in Aorangi Forest, Wairarapa. 2005

    New Zealand Journal of Ecology 29, 271-277. Download PDF

  • Vegetation monitoring, Tararua Forest Park, New Zealand, 1958–85. 2005.

    Department of Conservation Research & Development Series 212, 1-42. Download PDF

  • Herbivory and plant competition reduce mountain beech seedling growth and establishment in New Zealand. 2006

    Plant Ecology183, 245-256. Download PDF

  • Suppression of regeneration in New Zealand mountain beech forests is dependent on species of introduced deer. 2006

    Biological Invasions 8, 823-834. Download PDF

  • Changes to the forests of Egmont National Park 1977–2001. 2006

    Department of Conservation Research & Development Series 257, 1-24. Download PDF

  • Introduced red deer reduce tree regeneration in Pureora Forest, central North Island, New Zealand. 2007.

    New Zealand Journal of Ecology 31, 79-87. Download PDF