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Alan Mark
Institution
University of Otago
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Publications

  • What limits a rare alpine plant species? Comparative demography of three endemic species of Myosotis (Boraginaceae)

    Authors
    Alan Mark, K.J.M. Dickinson, D. Kelly, G. Wells, R. Clayton
    Journal
    Austral Ecology
    Year
    2007
    Establishing what are the underlying causes of species range limits is of fundamental interest in ecology. We followed the fate of individually mapped plants of three endemic New Zealand high-alpine s... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Secondary succession 24 years after disturbance of a New Zealand high-alpine cushionfield

    Authors
    Alan Mark, K.J.M. Dickinson, C.S. Brown, G.P. Kershaw
    Journal
    Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research
    Year
    2006
    Severe road-making disturbance of a New Zealand high-alpine cushionfield initiated a secondary succession which has been assessed against the adjacent undisturbed community with permanent transects ov... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Two GLORIA long-term alpine monitoring sites established in New Zealand as part of a global network

    Authors
    Alan Mark, T. Maegli, K.J.M. Dickinson, S.R.P. Halloy
    Journal
    Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand
    Year
    2006
    Recent information on climatic warming is reviewed in both the global and New Zealand contexts, with emphasis on the relatively sensitive plants of the alpine zone. Also discussed is the initiation in... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Floristic richness of three perhumid New Zealand alpine plant communities in comparison with other regions

    Authors
    Alan Mark, G. Wells, V. Onipchenko
    Journal
    Austral Ecology
    Year
    2005
    Results are presented on vascular species richness in three representative alpine plant communities at 1040-1410 m on Mt Burns in the perhumid Fiordland region, a hotspot of alpine plant diversity, in... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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