Zurell, D, Pollock, LJ, Thuiller, W. 2018. Do joint species distribution models reliably detect interspecific interactions from co-occurrence data in homogenous environments? Ecography. doi:10.1111/ecog.03315.

Dormann, CF, Guillera-Arroita, G. Calabrese, JM, Matechou, E, Bahn, V, Barton, K, Beale, CM, Ciuti, S, Elith, J, Gerstner, K, Guelat, J, Keil, P, Lahoz-Monfort, JJ, Lennon, JJ, Pollock, LJ, Reineking, B. Roberts, D, Schroder, B, Thuiller, W, Warton, DI, Wintle, BA, Wood, S, Wuest, RO, Hartig, F. 2018. Model averaging in ecology : a review of Bayesian, information-theoretic, machine-learning and other approaches. Ecological Monographs. In press.

Wüest, RO, Lavergne, S, Münkemüller, T, Pollock, LJ, Thuiller, W. 2018. Integrating correlation between traits improves spatial predictions of plant functional composition. Oikos. 127:472-481.

Rosauer, D, Pollock, LJ, Linke, S, Jetz, W. 2017. Phylogenetically informed spatial planning is required to conserve the mammalian tree of life. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 284(1865):20170627.

Pollock, LJ, Thuiller W, Jetz, W. 2017. Large conservation gains possible for global biodiversity facets. Nature. 546:141.

Lim, FKS, Pollock, LJ, Vesk, PA. 2017. The role of plant functional traits in woody plant distribution in alpine frost hollows. Journal of Vegetation Science. 28 (3), 585-594.

González-Orozco, CE, Pollock, LJ, Mishler, B, Knerr, N, Laffan, SW, Miller, JT, Thornhill, AH, Rosauer, DF, Faith, DP, Nipperess, DA, Kujala, H., Linke, S, Butt, N., Kulheim, C, Crisp, MD, Gruber, B. 2016. Phylogenetic approaches uncover biodiversity threats under climate change. Nature Climate Change. 6:1110.

McCarthy, M, Pollock, LJ. 2016. Conserving phylogenetic diversity, with reference to Victorian eucalypts. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria. 128:7-11.

Thuiller, W, Pollock, LJ, Gueguen, M, Münkemüller, T. 2015. From species distributions to meta-communities. Ecology Letters 18 (12), 1321-1328.

Pollock, LJ, Bayly, MJ and Vesk, PA. 2015. The roles of ecological and evolutionary processes in plant community assembly: the environment, hybridization and introgression influence co-occurrence of EucalyptusThe American Naturalist 185(6): 784-796.

Pollock, LJ, Rosauer, DF, Thornhill, AH, Kujala, H, Crisp, MD, Miller, JT and McCarthy, MA. 2015. Phylogenetic diversity meets conservation policy: small areas are key to preserving eucalypt lineages. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370(1662): 20140007.

Pollock, L.J., Tingley, R., Morris, W.K., Golding, N., O’Hara, R.B., Parris, K.M., Vesk, P.A., and McCarthy, M.A. 2014. Understanding co-occurrence by modelling species simultaneously with a Joint Species Distribution Model (JSDM)Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:397.

Faith D. P. and Pollock L.J. 2013. Phylogenetic diversity and the sustainable use of biodiversity. In: Applied ecology and human dimensions in biological conservation (ed. MC Lyra-Jorge and LM Verdade) Springer

Butt, N. Pollock, L.J., and C. A. McAlpine. 2013. Eucalypts face increasing climate stress. Ecology and Evolution 3:2011.

Pollock, L.J., Bayly, M. J., Nevill, P. G., Vesk, P. A. 2012. Chloroplast DNA diversity associated with protected slopes and valleys for hybridizing Eucalyptus species on isolated ranges in south-eastern Australia. Journal of Biogeography doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2012.02766.x PDF

Pollock, L.J., Morris, W., Vesk, P. A. 2012. The role of functional traits in species distributions revealed by a hierarchical model. Ecography 35: 716-725. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2011.07085.x

Shirley, L.J. and L.L. Battaglia. 2008. Projecting fine resolution land-cover dynamics for a rapidly changing terrestrial-aquatic transition in Terrebonne Basin, LA, USA. Journal of Coastal Research 24(6):1545-1554.PDF

Shirley, L.J. and L.L. Battaglia. 2006. Assessing vegetation change in coastal wetland-upland transition zones along the northern Gulf of Mexico using National Wetlands Inventory Data. Wetlands 26(4): 1057- 1070.PDF

Dwire, K.A., S.E. Ryan, L.J. Shirley, D. Lytjen, N. Otting, and M.K. Dixon. 2006. Influence of herbivory on regrowth of riparian shrubs following wildland fire. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42 (1): 201-212.

Dwire, K.A., S.E. Ryan, L.J. Shirley, D. Lytjen, and N. Otting. 2004. Recovery of riparian shrubs following wildland fire; Influence of herbivory. In: Lowrance, Richard (Editor), Proceedings: AWRA’s 2004 Summer Specialty Conference “Riparian Ecosystems and Buffers: Multi-scale Structure, Function, and Management”, American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, Virginia, TPS-04-2.

*note: I am both LJ Shirley and LJ Pollock


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