Ellen Cieraad's Research

Quantative plant ecology & physiology

Conferences

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Cieraad E, Latham D, Latham C 2016. Climate change affects how we can control invasive species – with potential ecosystem-wide impacts. Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting, Lunteren, Netherlands

Cieraad E, McGlone M 2013. The slow and the fast: native versus exotic conifers in extreme New Zealand environments. Ecological Society of Australia & New Zealand Ecological Society Joint Conference (EcoTas13), Auckland NZ

Cieraad E, McGlone M 2013. Re-assessing growing season definitions in oceanic and continental treeline climates. VII Southern Connection Congress, Dunedin, NZ

Cieraad EMonks A, Burrows L, Walker S 2012.  Effects of soil moisture and N on the distribution of N-fixing species in drylands. New Zealand Ecological Society Conference, Lincoln NZ

Cieraad E, McGlone M 2011. Nothing anomalous about them: New Zealand treelines in a global context. New Zealand Ecological Society Conference, Rotorua NZ

Cieraad E, Barbour MM, Baxter R, McGlone M, Huntley B 2010. Why do imports grow higher up New Zealand mountains than native conifers?  IUFRO workshop Canopy processes in a changing climate, South-east Australia

Cieraad E, Barbour MM, Baxter R, McGlone M, Huntley B 2010. Why do imports grow higher up New Zealand mountains than native conifers? Gesellschaft für Ökologie Conference, Giessen, Germany

Cieraad E, Barbour MM, Baxter R, McGlone M, Huntley B 2009. New Zealand treelines: a global anomaly? an ecophysiological perspective. COMBIO, Christchurch, NZ

Cieraad E 2007. Vegetation Processes & Succession. New Zealand Ecological Restoration Network Conference Restoring the Drylands, Christchurch, NZ

Cieraad E, Burrows L, Walker S 2006. Implications of plant-plant interactions and other plant traits for rehabilitation of New Zealand drylands. Ecological Society of Australia & New Zealand Ecological Society Joint Conference, Wellington, NZ

Cieraad E, Lee DE 2004. New Zealand Cenozoic fossil ferns, species radiation and long-distance dispersal. Systematics Association New Zealand Conference, Ruapehu, NZ

Cieraad E, Lee DE 2003. New Zealand Geological Society Conference, Dunedin, NZ

CO-AUTHORED PRESENTATIONS

Mayor JR, Bardgett RD, Classen A, Gedalof Z, Fajardo A, Lavorel S, Sundqvist S, Bahn M, Cieraad E, Clement J-C, Grigulis K, Kudo G, Sanders N, Wardle D 2015. Convergence and decoupling of ecosystem properties at treeline ecotones of the world. Proceedings: Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting 2015: “Ecological Science at the Frontier: Celebrating ESA’s Centennial”, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A., 9-14 August 2015.

Moinet G, Turnbull M, Millard P, Zakharova A, Cieraad E, Whitehead D. 2014. Quantifying the heterotropic component of soil respiration using natural abundance δ13C. 9th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies (IsoEcol).

Hunt J, Barthel M, Cieraad E, Hammerle A, Sturm P, Gentsch L, Knohl A, Zakharova A 2013. Drought and temperature effects on carbon transport and allocation: results from 13CO2 pulse labeling experiments.  Ecological Society of Australia & New Zealand Ecological Society Joint Conference (EcoTas13), Auckland NZ

Holmes A, Lee DE, Cieraad E 2009. Preliminary review of Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic fern macrofossils from South Island, New Zealand. Joint Geological and Geophysical Societies Conference, Oamaru, NZ

Lloyd KM, Cieraad E 2007. Use of LENZ and LCDB2 for determining the representative value of stands of indigenous vegetation. New Zealand Ecological Society Conference, Christchurch, NZ

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