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Journal Article

Enright, N.J., Fontaine, J.B., Lamont, B.B., Miller, B.P., Westcott, V.C. and Cornelissen, H. (2014) Resistance and resilience to changing climate and fire regime depend on plant functional traits. Journal of Ecology, In press .

Perry, G.L.W., Miller, B, Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (2014) Stochastic geometry best explains spatial associations among species pairs and plant functional types in species-rich shrublands. Oikos, 123 (1). pp. 99-110.

Lamont, B.B., He, T. and Downes, K.S. (2013) Adaptive responses to directional trait selection in the Miocene enabled Cape proteas to colonize the savanna grasslands. Evolutionary Ecology, 27 (6). pp. 1099-1115.

Perry, G.L.W., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P. and Lamont, B.B. (2013) Do plant functional traits determine spatial pattern? A test on species-rich shrublands, Western Australia. Journal of Vegetation Science, 24 (3). pp. 441-452.

Clarke, P.J., Lawes, M.J., Midgley, J.J., Lamont, B.B., Ojeda, F., Burrows, G.E., Enright, N.J. and Knox, K.J.E. (2013) Resprouting as a key functional trait: how buds, protection and resources drive persistence after fire. New Phytologist, 197 (1). pp. 19-35.

Groeneveld, J., Enright, N.J., Lamont, B.B., Reineking, B., Frank, K. and Perry, G. (2013) Species-specific traits plus stabilizing processes best explain coexistence in biodiverse fire-prone plant communities. PLoS ONE, 8 (5). e65084.

Lamont, B.B. and He, T. (2012) Fire-adapted Gondwanan Angiosperm floras evolved in the Cretaceous. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 12 (1). p. 223.

He, T., Pausas, J.G., Belcher, C.M., Schwilk, D.W. and Lamont, B.B. (2012) Fire-adapted traits of Pinus arose in the fiery Cretaceous. New Phytologist, 194 (3). pp. 751-759.

Miller, B.P., Walshe, T., Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (2012) Grasstree stem analysis reveals insufficient data for inference of fire history. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 95 (2). pp. 95-102.

Merwin, L., He, T., Lamont, B.B., Enright, N.J. and Krauss, S.L. (2012) Low rate of between-population seed dispersal restricts genetic connectivity and metapopulation dynamics in a clonal shrub. PLoS ONE, 7 (11). e50974.

Merwin, L., He, T. and Lamont, B.B. (2012) Phylogenetic and phenotypic structure among Banksia communities in south-western Australia. Journal of Biogeography, 39 (2). pp. 397-407.

Lamont, B.B. and Downes, K.S. (2011) Fire-stimulated flowering among resprouters and geophytes in Australia and South Africa. Plant Ecology, 212 (12). pp. 2111-2125.

Lamont, B.B., Enright, N.J. and He, T. (2011) Fitness and evolution of resprouters in relation to fire. Plant Ecology, 212 (12). pp. 1945-1957.

Esther, A., Groeneveld, J., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P., Lamont, B.B., Perry, G.L.W., Tietjen, B. and Jeltsch, F. (2011) Low-dimensional trade-offs fail to explain richness and structure in species-rich plant communities. Theoretical Ecology, 4 (4). pp. 495-511.

Miller, B.P., Perry, G.L.W., Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (2010) Contrasting spatial pattern and pattern-forming processes in natural vs. restored shrublands. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47 (3). pp. 701-709.

He, T., Lamont, B.B., Krauss, S.L. and Enright, N.J. (2010) Genetic connectivity and inter-population seed dispersal of Banksia hookeriana at the landscape scale. Annals of Botany, 106 (3). pp. 457-466.

Esther, A., Groeneveld, J., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P., Lamont, B.B., Perry, G.L.W., Blank, F. B. and Jeltsch, F. (2010) Sensitivity of plant functional types to climate change: classification tree analysis of a simulation model. Journal of Vegetation Science, 21 (3). pp. 447-461.

He, T., Lamont, B.B., Krauss, S.L., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P. and Gove, A.D. (2009) Ants cannot account for interpopulation dispersal of the arillate pea Daviesia triflora. New Phytologist, 181 (3). pp. 725-733.

Herath, D.N., Lamont, B.B., Enright, N.J. and Miller, B.P. (2009) Comparison of post-mine rehabilitated and natural shrubland communities in Southwestern Australia. Restoration Ecology, 17 (5). pp. 577-585.

Krauss, S.L., He, T., Barrett, L.G., Lamont, B.B., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P. and Hanley, M.E. (2009) Contrasting impacts of pollen and seed dispersal on spatial genetic structure in the bird-pollinated Banksia hookeriana. Heredity, 102 (3). pp. 274-285.

Perry, G.L.W., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P., Lamont, B.B. and Etienne, R.S (2009) Dispersal, edaphic fidelity and speciation in species-rich Western Australian shrublands: evaluating a neutral model of biodiversity. Oikos, 118 (9). pp. 1349-1362.

Herath, D.N., Lamont, B.B., Enright, N.J. and Miller, B.P. (2009) Impact of fire on plant-species persistence in post-mine restored and natural shrubland communities in southwestern Australia. Biological Conservation, 142 (10). pp. 2175-2180.

He, T., Lamont, B.B., Krauss, S.L., Enright, N.J. and Miller, B.P. (2009) Long-distance dispersal of seeds in the fire-tolerant shrub Banksia attenuata. Ecography, 32 (4). pp. 571-580.

Perry, G.L.W., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P. and Lamont, B.B. (2009) Nearest-neighbour interactions in species-rich shrublands: the roles of abundance, spatial patterns and resources. Oikos, 118 (2). pp. 161-174.

Esther, A., Groenewald, J., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P., Lamont, B.B., Perry, G.L.W., Schurr, F.M. and Jeltsch, F. (2008) Assessing the importance of seed immigration on coexistence of plant functional types in a species-rich ecosystem. Ecological Modelling, 213 (3-4). pp. 402-416.

He, T., Lamont, B.B., Krauss, S.L., Enright, N.J. and Miller, B.P. (2008) Covariation between intraspecific genetic diversity and species diversity within a plant functional group. Journal of Ecology, 96 (5). pp. 956-961.

Groeneveld, J., Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (2008) Simulating the effects of different spatio-temporal fire regimes on plant metapopulation persistence in a Mediterranean-type region. Journal of Applied Ecology, 45 (5). pp. 1477-1485.

Perry, G.L.W., Enright, N.J., Miller, B.P. and Lamont, B.B. (2008) Spatial patterns in species-rich sclerophyll shrublands of southwestern Australia. Journal of Vegetation Science, 19 (5). pp. 705-716.

Lamont, B.B., Enright, N.J., Witkowski, E.T.F. and Groeneveld, J. (2007) Conservation biology of banksias: insights from natural history to simulation modelling. Australian Journal of Botany, 55 (3). pp. 280-292.

Miller, B.P., Walshe, T., Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (2007) Error in the inference of fire history from grasstrees. Austral Ecology, 32 (8). pp. 908-916.

Miller, B.P., Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (2007) Record error and range contraction, real and imagined, in the restricted shrub Banksia hookeriana in south-western Australia. Diversity and Distributions, 13 (4). pp. 406-417.

Enright, N.J., Mosner, E., Miller, B.P., Johnson, N. and Lamont, B.B. (2007) Soil vs. canopy seed storage and plant species coexistence in species-rich Australian shrublands. Ecology, 88 (9). pp. 2292-2304.

Enright, N.J., Lamont, B.B. and Miller, B.P. (2006) Anomalies in grasstree fire history reconstructions for south-western Australian vegetation: Reply from Enright N. J., Lamont B. B. and Miller B. P. Austral Ecology, 31 (6). pp. 792-793.

Krauss, S.L., He, T., Lamont, B.B., Miller, B.P. and Enright, N.J. (2006) Late Quaternary climate change and spatial genetic structure in the shrub Banksia hookeriana. Molecular Ecology, 15 (4). pp. 1125-1137.

Enright, N.J., Lamont, B.B. and Miller, B.P. (2005) Anomalies in grasstree fire history reconstructions for south-western Australian vegetation. Austral Ecology, 30 (6). pp. 668-673.

He, T., Krauss, S.L., Lamont, B.B., Miller, B.P. and Enright, N.J. (2004) Long-distance seed dispersal in a metapopulation of Banksia hookeriana inferred from a population allocation analysis of amplified fragment length polymorphism data. Molecular Ecology, 13 (5). pp. 1099-1109.

Lamont, B.B., He, T., Enright, N.J., Krauss, S.L. and Miller, B.P. (2003) Anthropogenic disturbance promotes hybridization between Banksia species by altering their biology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 16 (4). pp. 551-557.

Enright, N.J., He, T., Krauss, S.L., Lamont, B.B. and Miller, B.P. (2003) Genetic Variation and Biogeographic History in the Restricted Southwestern Australian Shrub, Banksia Hookeriana. Physical Geography, 24 (5). pp. 358-377.

Chiarucci, A., Enright, N.J., Perry, G.L.W., Miller, B.P. and Lamont, B.B. (2003) Performance of nonparametric species richness estimators in a high diversity plant community. Diversity and Distributions, 9 (4). pp. 283-295.

Groeneveld, J., Enright, N.J., Lamont, B.B. and Wissel, C. (2002) A spatial model of coexistence among three Banksia species along a topographic gradient in fire-prone shrublands. Journal of Ecology, 90 (5). pp. 762-774.

Lamont, B.B., Marsula, R., Enright, N.J. and Witkowski, E.T.F. (2001) Conservation requirements of an exploited wildflower: modelling the effects of plant age, growing conditions and harvesting intensity. Biological Conservation, 99 (2). pp. 157-168.

Lamont, B.B. and Enright, N.J. (2000) Adaptive advantages of aerial seed banks. Plant Species Biology, 15 (2). pp. 157-166.

Enright, N.J., Marsula, R., Lamont, B.B. and Wissel, C. (1998) The ecological significance of canopy seed storage in fire-prone environments: a model for non-sprouting shrubs. Journal of Ecology, 86 (6). pp. 946-959.

Enright, N.J., Marsula, R., Lamont, B.B. and Wissel, C. (1998) The ecological significance of canopy seed storage in fire-prone environments: a model for resprouting shrubs. Journal of Ecology, 86 (6). pp. 960-973.

Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (1996) Canopy seed bank dynamics and optimum fire regime for the highly serotinous shrub, Banksia hookeriana. Journal of Ecology, 84 (1). pp. 9-17.

Marsula, R., Wissel, C., Enright, N. and Lamont, B. (1996) Einfluss von feuer auf die Hartlaubvegetation Australiens. - Ein vergleich verschiedener reproductionsstrategien von Banksia-Arten mit hilfe eines simulationsmodells. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, 25 . pp. 463-469.

Marsula, R., Wissel, C., Enright, N. and Lamont, B. (1995) Ein modell zur serotinitat einer Banksia (Proteaceae) population. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, 24 . pp. 135-138.

Lamont, B.B., Written, V.A., Witkowski, E.T.F., Rees, R.G. and Enright, N.J. (1994) Regional and local (road verge) effects on size and fecundity in Banksia menziesii. Australian Journal of Ecology, 19 (2). pp. 197-205.

Lamont, B.B., Witkowski, E.T.F. and Enright, N.J. (1993) Post-fire litter microsites: Safe for seeds, unsafe for seedlings. Ecology, 74 (2). pp. 501-512.

Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (1992) Recruitment variability in the resprouting shrub Banksia attenuata and non-sprouting congeners in the northern sandplain heaths of southwestern Australia. Acta Oecologica, 13 (6). pp. 727-741.

Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (1992) Survival, growth and water relations of Banksia seedlings on a sand mine rehabilitation site and adjacent scrub-heath sites. Journal of Applied Biology, 29 . pp. 663-671.

Lamont, B.B., Maitre, D.C., Cowling, R.M. and Enright, N.J. (1991) Canopy seed storage in woody plants. The Botanical Review, 57 (4). pp. 277-317.

Lamont, B.B., Enright, N.J. and Bergl, S.M. (1989) Coexistence and competitive exclusion of Banksia hookeriana in the presence of congeneric seedlings along a topographic gradient. Oikos, 56 (1). pp. 39-42.

Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (1989) Fire temperatures and follicle-opening requirements in 10 Banksia species. Australian Journal of Ecology, 14 (1). pp. 107-113.

Enright, N.J. and Lamont, B.B. (1989) Seed banks, fire season, safe sites and seedling recruitment in five co-occurring Banksia species. Journal of Ecology, 77 (4). pp. 1111-1122.

Conference Paper

Cowling, R.M., Lamont, B.B. and Enright, N.J. (1990) Fire and management of south-western Australian banksias. In: Australian ecosystems : 200 years of utilization, degradation and reconstruction: Proceedings of a symposium, 28 August - 2 September, Geraldton, Western Australia pp. 177-183.

Conference Item

Westcott, V., Enright, N., Miller, B., Fontaine, J. and Lamont, B. (2011) Defining a minimum fire-return interval for the northern sandplain shrublands, Western Australia. In: Ecological Society of Australia, 2011 Annual conference, 21 - 25 November, Hobart, Australia.

Miller, B., Perry, G., Enright, N. and Lamont, B. (2009) Contrasting spatial pattern and pattern forming processes in south west Western Australia natural and restored shrubland communities. In: 19th Conference of the Society of Ecological Restoration International, 24 - 26 August, Perth, Western Australia.

Herath, D., Lamont, B., Enright, N. and Miller, B. (2009) Fire impacts on restored shrublands following mining for heavy metals near Eneabba southwestern Australia. In: 19th Conference of the Society of Ecological Restoration International, 24 - 26 August, Perth, Western Australia.

Enright, N., Groeneveld, J., Lamont, B. and Perry, G (2009) Why can fire-killed and resprouting shrub species co-exist in Mediterranean-type metacommunities. In: 10th International Congress of Ecology, 16 - 21 August, Brisbane, Australia.

Groeneveld, J., Esther, A., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., Perry, G and Jeltsch, F. (2007) Investigating the impact of plant traits on community structure in fire-prone woody vegetation using a model of 288 plant functional types. In: 11th International Mediterranean Ecosystems (MEDECOS) Conference (2007), 2 - 5 September, Perth, Western Australia.

Book Chapter

Enright, N.J., Groeneveld, J., Lamont, B.B. and Miller, B.P. (2005) Grasstree reconstructions of pre-European fire regimes and models of Banksia (Proteaceae) species co-existence in the northern sandplain shrublands of SW Australia: are they compatible? In: Walshe, T.V. and Williams, J.E., (eds.) Variability in fire interval. How important is it and how do we manage it? Proceedings of a Workshop held 26 September 2003, Albany, Western Australia. Crawley, Australia , University of Western Australia, pp. 11-21.

Report

Herath, D., Lamont, B., Enright, N. and Miller, B. (2009) Successful rehabilitation of species-rich heathlands after mining for heavy minerals. Minerals and Energy Research Institute of Western Australia, East Perth, Western Australia.

Others

Enright, N.J., Mosner, E., Miller, B.P., Johnson, N. and Lamont, B.B. (2007) Soil vs. canopy seed storage and plant species coexistence in species-rich Australian shrublands (Ecology (September 2007) 88:9 (2292-2304)). Ecology, 88 (12). p. 3218.

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