Research Publications for Thomas G A (T G Allan) Green
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Jones, T. C., Hogg, I. D., Wilkins, R. J., & Green, T. G. A. (2015). Microsatellite analyses of the Antarctic endemic lichen Buellia frigida Darb. (Physciaceae) suggest limited dispersal and the presence of glacial refugia in the Ross Sea region. Polar Biology, 38(7), 941-949. doi:10.1007/s00300-015-1652-9
Green, T. G. A., Seppelt, R. D., Brabyn, L. K., Beard, C., Türk, R., & Lange, O. L. (2015). Flora and vegetation of Cape Hallett and vicinity, northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Polar Biology, 21 pages. doi:10.1007/s00300-015-1744-6
Lee, C. K., Laughlin, D., Bottos, E., Caruso, T., Barrett, J., Brabyn, L., . . . Cary, C. (2014). nzTABS: Complex drivers of biodiversity in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. In 2014 SCAR Open Science Conference & COMNAP Symposium: Success through International Cooperation. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.
Colesie, C., Green, T. G. A., Türk, R., Hogg, I., Sancho, L. G., & Budel, B. (2014). Terrestrial biodiversity along the Ross Sea coastline, Antarctica: lack of a latitudinal gradient and potential limits of bioclimatic modeling. Polar Biology, online. doi:10.1007/s00300-014-1513-y
Bader, M., & Green, T. G. A. (2014). Ecophysiological traits of two dominant New Zealand tree ferns. In New Zealand Ecological Society Annual Conference. Palmerston North, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://newzealandecology.org/events/upcoming-meetings
Brabyn, L. K., Stichbury, G., Green, T. G. A., Cary, C., & Lee, C. (2014). Using GIS to model an ecosystem in Antarctica. In Joint IAG/NZGS Conference: Institute of Australian Geographers and New Zealand Geographical Society. Conference held at University of Melbourne, Australia.
Brabyn, L., Stichbury, G. A., Poirot, C., Green, T. G. A., Cary, S. C., & Sancho, L. G. (2013). Establishing a long term network for monitoring vegetation change in Antarctica. In Strategic Science in Antarctica: A Joint Australian & New Zealand Conference. Conference held at University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.
Hogg, I. D., Green, T. G. A., Sancho, L. G., Nielsen, U. N., Adams, B. J., & Wall, D. H. (2013). Unexpectedly high biodiversity in the central and southern transantarctic mountains (83-87oS). In XIth SCAR Biology Symposium: Life in Antarctica: Boundaries and Gradients in a Changing Environment. Conference held at Barcelona, Spain.
Jones, T. C., Hogg, I. D., Wilkins, R. J., & Green, T. G. A. (2013). Photobiont selectivity for lichens and evidence for a possible glacial refugium in the Ross Sea Region, Antarctica. Polar Biology, 36(6), 767-774. doi:10.1007/s00300-013-1295-7
Hogg, I. D., Green, T. G. A., Sancho, L. G., Nielsen, U. N., Adams, B. J., & Wall, D. H. (2013). High biodiversity revealed for the central and southern Transantarctic Mountains (83-87⁰S). In 5th joint conference of New Zealand Ecological Society and Ecological Society of Australia. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.