Publications

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Peer Reviewed Papers

  1. Donoghue, S. and Turner, P.A.M. A review of Australian tree fern ecology in forest communities. Austral Ecology, 47(2): 145-165. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aec.13103
  2. Gonsalez A.J., Hinlo, R., Godwin, S., Barmuta, L.A., Watson, A., Turner, P.A.M., Koch, A.J., Gleeson, D. (2021) Environmental DNA detection of the giant freshwater crayfish (Astacopsis gouldi). Environmetnal DNA. DOI: 10.1002/edn3.204. 
  3. Turner, P.A.M., Wapstra, M., Woolley, A.,Hopkins, K., Koch, A.J., Duncan, F. (2020) Long term monitoring of the threatend lesser guinea flower Hibbertia calycina (DC). N.A.Wakef., (Dilleniaceae) Tasmania. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania.
  4. Turner, P.A.M., Ximenes, F., Penman, T.D., Law, B., Waters, C., Grant, T., Mo, M. and Brock, P. (2019) Accounting for biodiversity in Life Cycle Impact Assessments of forestry and agricultural systems – the BioImpact metric. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. Published online 15/5/2019. 
  5. Koch A.J., Chuter, A., Barmuta, L.A., Turner, P.A.M., Munks, S.A. (2018) Long-term survival of trees retained for hollow-using fauna in partially harvested forest in Tasmania, Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 422:263-272
  6. Turner P.A.M., Kirkpatrick J.B and Pharo, E.J. (2011) Dependence of bryophyte species on young, mature and old growth wet eucalypt forest. Biological Conservation 144, 2951–2957.
  7. Browning B.J., Jordan G.J., Dalton P.J., Grove S.J., Wardlaw T.J., Turner P.A.M. (2010) Succession of mosses, liverworts and ferns on coarse woody debris, in relation to forest age and log decay in Tasmanian wet eucalypt forest. Forest Ecology and Management 260, 1896–1905.
  8. Scanlan, I., McElhinny, C. and Turner P.A.M. (2010). A Methodology for Modelling Canopy Structure: An Exploratory Analysis in the Tall Wet Eucalypt Forests of Southern Tasmania. Forests 1(1), 4-24. (free .pdf at http://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/1/1/4).
  9. Hodge D.A., Pharo E.J., Dalton, P.J., & Turner, P.A.M. (2009) Successional patterns of terrestrial bryophytes along a wildfire chronosequence in the wet eucalypt forests of southern Tasmania. Tasforests 67 – 76.
  10. Turner P.A.M., Balmer J. & Kirkpatrick J.B. (2009) Stand-replacing wildfires? The incidence of multi-cohort and single-cohort Eucalyptus regnans and obliqua forests in southern Tasmania. Forest Ecology and Management 258, 366-75.
  11. Turner P.A.M. & Kirkpatrick J.B. (2009) Do logging, followed by burning, and wildfire differ in their decadal scale effects on tall open-forest bryophytes and vascular plants Forest Ecology and Management 258, 679-86.
  12. Turner, P.A.M. and Kirkpatrick, J.B. and Pharo, E.J. (2006) Bryophyte relationships with environmental and structural variables in Tasmanian old growth mixed eucalypt forest. Australian Journal of Botany 54, 239-247.
  13. Bergstrom, D.M., Turner, P.A.M., Scott, J.J., Copson, G. and Shaw, J.D. (2006). Restricted plant species on sub-Antarctic Macquarie and Heard Islands. Polar Biology 26, 532-539.
  14. Pharo, E.J., Kirkpatrick, J.B., Gilfedder, L., Mendel, L., and Turner, P.A.M. (2005) Predicting bryophyte diversity in grassland and eucalypt-dominated remnants in subhumid Tasmania. Journal of Biogeography. 32, 2015–2024.
  15. Turner, P.A.M. and Pharo, E.J. (2005) Influence of substrate type and forest age on bryophyte species distribution in Tasmanian mixed forest. The Bryologist. 108(1) pp 67 – 85.
  16. Turner, P.A.M., Scott, J.J. and Rozefelds A.R. (2005). Probable long distance dispersal of Leptinella plumosaf.to Heard Island: habitat, status and discussion of its arrival. Polar Biology 29, 160-168.
  17. Bergstrom, D.M., Lebouvier, M., Frenot, Y., Doley, D., Turner, P.A.M., Shaw, J.D., Hennion, F., Nortje, E., Kiefer, K., Chown, S. (2005). Patterns in the phenology of four plant species across subantarctic islands during the 2003/04 summer: implication for climate change. IXth SCAR International Biology Symposium, Brazil 25-29th July 2005. Programme 136. Serial number 3746.
  18. Bergstrom, D.M., M., Frenot, Y., Kiefer, K., Lebouvier, M., Gremmen, N., Worland, M.R., Turner, P.A.M., Shaw, J.D., Kingdom, D., Hennion, F., Vernon, P., Deere, J., Nortje, E., McGeogh, M., Chown, S. (2004). RiSCC Three Island Study: variability in performance and phenotypic expression in plants and invertebrates across the subantarctic. XXVIIIth SCAR Conference, Bremen, Germany, 25-31st July 2004. Program 136. Serial number 3760.
  19. Pharo, E.J. and Blanks, P.A.M. (2000) Managing a neglected component of biodiversity: a study of bryophyte diversity in production forests of Tasmania’s northeast. Australian Forestry, 63, 128-135.
  20. Tonkinson, D.A and Blanks, P.A.M. (1998) Documenting the conservation status of Victorian bryophytes. Danthonia 6, 1-4.
  21. Tonkinson, D.A. and Blanks, P.A.M. (1998) Discovering bryophytes. IUCN World Conservation 2, 4-5.

Theses

  1. Turner, P.A.M. (2003) The ecology and conservation of bryophytes in Tasmanian wet eucalypt forest. PhD Thesis. School of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart.
  2. Blanks, P.A.M. (1996). The predictive value of Ecological Vegetation Classes for the presence of bryophytes. Honours Thesis. School of Botany, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

Technical reports

  1. Turner P.A.M and Munks, S. (2016; 2018). Monitoring the effectiveness of the biodiversity provisions of the Tasmanian Forest Practices Code
  2. Turner P.A.M., Bridle, K. (2016). Critical review of the state of knowledge relating to linkages between wool production and biodiversity status of land used for rearing apparel wool sheep.
  3. Turner P.A.M., Bridle, K. (2015). A critique of ground cover measurement methods in agricultural rangeland. Literature Review prepared for the Department of Primary Industries, New South Wales. Sydney, January 2015.
  4. Turner P.A.M. Ximenes, F., Penman, T., Law, B., Waters, C., Mo, M., and Brock, P. (2014) Accounting for biodiversity in Life Cycle Impact Assessments of forestry and agricultural systems – the BioImpact metric. Department of Primary Industries New South Wales, Sydney. June 2014.
  5. Turner P.A.M. (2011). Eagle nest monitoring project. An investigation into the relationship between nest use and nest success of the Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle and environmental variables. Analysis of data report to Forest Practices Authority. Forest Practices Authority, Hobart.  July 2011.
  6. Turner P.A.M., Grove, S.J & Airey, C.A. (2007) Wildfire Chronosequence Project Establishment Report. 
  7. Fox, J.C., Bekessy, S.A and Turner P.A.M. (2004). Chapter 5. Liverwort (Riccardia cochleata). In: Linking landscape ecology management to population viability analysis. Report 2: Population viability analyses for eleven forest dependent species. A project by the University of Melbourne prepared for Forestry Tasmania. pp 122 – 136.
  8. Fox, J.C., and Turner P.A.M. (2004). Chapter 6. Veined bristle-fern (Crepidomanes venosum). In: Linking landscape ecology management to population viability analysis. Report 2: Population viability analyses for eleven forest dependent species. A project by the University of Melbourne prepared for Forestry Tasmania. pp 137 – 151.
  9. Turner, P.A.M and French, B. (2002). Riccardia cochleata (Hook.f. & Taylor) Kuntze and Crepidomanes venosum (R.Br.) Copel. in the Bass Forestry District of Tasmania. Survey report prepared for Melbourne University and Forestry Tasmania.
  10. Pharo, E.J. and Turner, P.A.M. (2001) Establishment of permanent bryophyte sampling plots in the Arve Forest, Southern Tasmania. Report to Forestry Tasmania. University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Presentations (posters and slides. *indicates oral presentation)

Publications and reports from the Wildfire Chronosequence Project

# project for which I provided assistance/supervision

  • #Browning, B.J. (2006). Cryptogamic diversity on coarse woody debris. Honours thesis, University of Tasmania, Hobart.
  • Turner, P.A.M., Grove, S.J. & Airey, C. (2007). Wildfire chronosequence project establishment report. Bushfire CRC Report No. B.07.01.
  • #Hodge, D. (2007). A comparison of terrestrial bryophyte diversity between Old Growth and 1898 wildfire forests in southern Tasmania. 3rd year environmental research project. University of Tasmania, Hobart.
  • #Pharo, E. J. (2007). Investigating bryophyte response along a wildfire chronosequence in the Southern Forests: final report on Warra project. 61 pages. University of Tasmania, Hobart.
  • #Pharo, E.J., Tng, D. & Askew, M. (2007). Comparing plot and time-bounded methods for sampling bryophyte diversity. 3rd year environmental research project. University of Tasmania, Hobart.
  • #Toliver, J. (2007). Substrate type and forest age as predictors of bryophyte genera richness, diversity, and composition in Tasmania’s southern forests. 3rd year environmental research project. University of Tasmania, Hobart.
  • Gates, G.M. & Noordeloos, M. (2007). Preliminary studies in the genus Entoloma in Tasmania – I. Persoonia 19: 157-226.
  • Turner, P.A.M., Balmer, J. & Kirkpatrick, J.B. (2009). Stand replacing wildfires? The incidence of multi-aged and even-aged Eucalyptus regnans and E. obliqua forests in southern Tasmania. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 366-375.
  • Hodge, D.A., Pharo, E.J., Dalton, P.J. & Turner, P.A.M. (2009). Successional patterns of terrestrial bryophytes along a wildfire chronosequence in the wet eucalypt forests of southern Tasmania. Tasforests 18: 67-76.
  • #Gates, G.M. (2009). Coarse woody debris, macrofungal assemblages, and sustainable forest management in a Eucalyptus obliqua forest of southern Tasmania. Doctoral thesis, University of Tasmania, Hobart.
  • Noordeloos, M. & Gates, G.M. (2009). Preliminary studies in the genus Entoloma in Tasmania – II. Cryptogamie, Mycologie 30: 107-140.
  • Tedersoo, L., Gates, G., Dunk, C.W., Lebel, T., May, T.W., Koljalg, U. & Jairus, T. (2009). Establishment of ectomycorrhizal fungal community on isolated Nothofagus cunninghamii seedlings regenerating on dead wood in Australian wet temperate forests: does fruit-body type matter? Mycorrhiza 19: 403-416.
  • #Gates, G.M. & Ratkowsky, D.A. (2009). Comparing indigenous and European-based concepts of seasonality for predicting macrofungal fruiting activity in Tasmania. Australasian Mycologist 28: 36-42.
  • Hilbig, E. (2009). Coarse woody debris and its function as a carbon pool: a case study from the tall wet Eucalyptus obliqua (L’Hérit.) forests of Tasmania. Diploma thesis, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany.
  • Hingston, A.B., Grove,S.J. (2010) From clearfell coupe to old-growth forest: Succession of bird assemblages in Tasmanian lowland wet eucalypt forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 259: 459-468.
  • Scanlan, I., McElhinny, C. & Turner, P. (2010). A methodology for modelling canopy structure: an exploratory analysis in the tall wet eucalypt forests of southern Tasmania.  Forests, 1: 4-24.
  • #Gates, G.M., Mohammed, C., Wardlaw, T., Ratkowsky, D.A. & Davidson, N.J. (2011). The ecology and diversity of wood-inhabiting macrofungi in a native Eucalyptus obliqua forest of southern Tasmania, Australia. Fungal Ecology 4: 56-67.
  • #Gates, G.M., Mohammed, C., Wardlaw, T., Davidson, N.J. & Ratkowsky, D.A. (2011). Diversity and phenology of the macrofungal assemblages supported by litter in a tall, wet Eucalyptus obliqua forest in southern Tasmania, Australia. Fungal Ecology 4: 68-75.
  • #Gates, G.M., Mohammed, C., Ratkowsky, D.A., Wardlaw, T. & Davidson, N.J. (2011). Diversity and ecology of epigeous ectomycorrhizal macrofungal assemblages in a native wet eucalypt forest in Tasmania, Australia. Fungal Ecology 4: 290-298.
  • #Sohn, J., McElhinny, C., Grove, S., Hibig, E., Bauhus, J. (2013) A simplified inventory approach for estimating carbon in coarse woody debris in high-biomass forests. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 147: 15-23.
  • Fest, B. (2013) The impact of fire disturbance and simulated climate change conditions on soil methane exchange in eucalypt forests of south-eastern Australia. PhD Thesis. University of Melbourne.
  • #Fest, B., Wardlaw, T., Livesley, S.J., Duff, T.J., Arndt, S.K. (2015) Changes in soil moisture drive soil methane uptake along a fire regeneration chronosequence in a eucalypt forest landscape. Global Change Biology, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13003.

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