Jane Wasley
Jane Wasley
Environmental Scientist
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Indirect effects of invasive species removal devastate World Heritage Island
DM Bergstrom, A Lucieer, K Kiefer, J Wasley, L Belbin, TK Pedersen, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (1), 73-81, 2009
Living on the edge–plants and global change in continental and maritime Antarctica
SA Robinson, J Wasley, AK Tobin
Global Change Biology 9 (12), 1681-1717, 2003
Desiccation tolerance of three moss species from continental Antarctica
SA Robinson, J Wasley, M Popp, CE Lovelock
Functional plant biology 27 (5), 379-388, 2000
Climate change manipulations show Antarctic flora is more strongly affected by elevated nutrients than water
J Wasley, SA Robinson, CE Lovelock, M Popp
Global Change Biology 12 (9), 1800-1812, 2006
Some like it wet—biological characteristics underpinning tolerance of extreme water stress events in Antarctic bryophytes
J Wasley, SA Robinson, CE Lovelock, M Popp
Functional plant biology 33 (5), 443-455, 2006
Phytoremediation of hydrocarbon contaminants in subantarctic soils: an effective management option
J Bramley-Alves, J Wasley, CK King, S Powell, SA Robinson
Journal of environmental management 142, 60-69, 2014
Rapid change in East Antarctic terrestrial vegetation in response to regional drying
SA Robinson, DH King, J Bramley-Alves, MJ Waterman, MB Ashcroft, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (10), 879-884, 2018
Bryophyte species composition over moisture gradients in the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica: development of a baseline for monitoring climate change impacts
J Wasley, SA Robinson, JD Turnbull, DH King, W Wanek, M Popp
Biodiversity 13 (3-4), 257-264, 2012
Moving beyond presence and absence when examining changes in species distributions
MB Ashcroft, DH King, B Raymond, JD Turnbull, J Wasley, SA Robinson
Global Change Biology 23 (8), 2929-2940, 2017
Toxicity of diesel contaminated soils to the subantarctic earthworm Microscolex macquariensis
TJ Mooney, CK King, J Wasley, NR Andrew
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 32 (2), 370-377, 2013
Impact of hydrocarbons from a diesel fuel on the germination and early growth of subantarctic plants
GK Macoustra, CK King, J Wasley, SA Robinson, DF Jolley
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 17 (7), 1238-1248, 2015
Management implications of the Macquarie Island trophic cascade revisited: a reply to Dowding et al. (2009)
DM Bergstrom, A Lucieer, K Kiefer, J Wasley, L Belbin, TK Pedersen, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (5), 1133-1136, 2009
Life history traits
P Convey, SL Chown, J Wasley, DM Bergstrom
Trends in Antarctic terrestrial and limnetic ecosystems, 101-127, 2006
Toxicity of fuel‐contaminated soil to Antarctic moss and terrestrial algae
AC Nydahl, CK King, J Wasley, DF Jolley, SA Robinson
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 34 (9), 2004-2012, 2015
Some like it wet–an endemic Antarctic bryophyte likely to be threatened under climate change induced drying
J Wasley, SA Robinson, CE Lovelock, M Popp
Functional Plant Biology 33, 443-455, 2006
The effect of climate change on Antarctic terrestrial flora
J Wasley
Soil invertebrate community change over fuel‐contaminated sites on a subantarctic island: An ecological field‐based line of evidence for site risk assessment
J Wasley, TJ Mooney, CK King
Integrated environmental assessment and management 12 (2), 306-314, 2016
Sensitivity of a large and representative sample of Antarctic marine invertebrates to metals
BJ Kefford, CK King, J Wasley, MJ Riddle, D Nugegoda
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 38 (7), 1560-1568, 2019
Bayesian methods for comparing species physiological and ecological response curves
MB Ashcroft, A Casanova-Katny, K Mengersen, TN Rosenstiel, ...
Ecological Informatics 34, 35-43, 2016
Antarctic moss coping with the ozone hole.
S ROBINSON, J Wasley, J Turnbull, CE Lovelock
Science Access 3 (1), 2001
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