Research Publications for Thomas G A (T G Allan) Green
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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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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