William (Bill) George Lee
William (Bill) George Lee
Landcare Research and School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
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The worldwide leaf economics spectrum
IJ Wright, PB Reich, M Westoby, DD Ackerly, Z Baruch, F Bongers, ...
Nature 428 (6985), 821-827, 2004
Evolution of genes and genomes on the Drosophila phylogeny
AG Clark, L Pachter
Nature 450 (7167), 203-218, 2007
Functional richness, functional evenness and functional divergence: the primary components of functional diversity
NWH Mason, D Mouillot, WG Lee, JB Wilson
Oikos 111 (1), 112-118, 2005
Modulation of leaf economic traits and trait relationships by climate
IJ Wright, PB Reich, JHC Cornelissen, DS Falster, PK Groom, K Hikosaka, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 14 (5), 411-421, 2005
Assessing the generality of global leaf trait relationships
IJ Wright, PB Reich, JHC Cornelissen, DS Falster, E Garnier, K Hikosaka, ...
New phytologist 166 (2), 485-496, 2005
Deliberate introductions of species: research needs: benefits can be reaped, but risks are high
JJ Ewel, DJ O'Dowd, J Bergelson, CC Daehler, CM D'Antonio, LD Gómez, ...
BioScience 49 (8), 619-630, 1999
Masting by eighteen New Zealand plant species: the role of temperature as a synchronizing cue
EM Schauber, D Kelly, P Turchin, C Simon, WG Lee, RB Allen, IJ Payton, ...
Ecology 83 (5), 1214-1225, 2002
Why bartering biodiversity fails
S Walker, AL Brower, RTT Stephens, WG Lee
Conservation Letters 2 (4), 149-157, 2009
Environmental constraints on a global relationship among leaf and root traits of grasses
JM Craine, WG Lee, WJ Bond, RJ Williams, LC Johnson
Ecology 86 (1), 12-19, 2005
Interaction of irradiance and soil nutrient supply on growth of seedlings of ten European tall-shrub species and Fagus sylvatica
PJ Grubb, WG Lee, J Kollmann, JB Wilson
Journal of Ecology, 827-840, 1996
Where and why have all the flowers gone? Depletion and turnover in the New Zealand Cenozoic angiosperm flora in relation to palaeogeography and climate
DE Lee, WG Lee, N Mortimer
Australian Journal of Botany 49 (3), 341-356, 2001
Covariation in leaf and root traits for native and non-native grasses along an altitudinal gradient in New Zealand
JM Craine, WG Lee
Oecologia 134 (4), 471-478, 2003
Of mast and mean: differential‐temperature cue makes mast seeding insensitive to climate change
D Kelly, A Geldenhuis, A James, E Penelope Holland, MJ Plank, ...
Ecology Letters 16 (1), 90-98, 2013
Factors preventing the recovery of New Zealand forests following control of invasive deer
DA Coomes, RB Allen, DM Forsyth, WG Lee
Conservation Biology 17 (2), 450-459, 2003
Species redundancy: a redundant concept?
H Gitay, JB Wilson, WG Lee
Journal of Ecology, 121-124, 1996
Small mammals as potential seed dispersers in New Zealand
PA Williams, BJ Karl, P Bannister, WG Lee
Austral Ecology 25 (5), 523-532, 2000
Plant structural defences against browsing birds: a legacy of New Zealand's extinct moas
WJ Bond, WG Lee, JM Craine
Oikos 104 (3), 500-508, 2004
Recent loss of indigenous cover in New Zealand
R Proce, S Walker, P Robbie, R Daniel, RTT Stephens, WG Lee
New Zealand journal of ecology, 169-177, 2006
Landscape‐level vegetation recovery from herbivory: progress after four decades of invasive red deer control
AJ Tanentzap, LE Burrows, WG Lee, G Nugent, JM Maxwell, DA Coomes
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (5), 1064-1072, 2009
Effect of climate change on mast‐seeding species: frequency of mass flowering and escape from specialist insect seed predators
MJ McKone, D Kelly, WG Lee
Global Change Biology 4 (6), 591-596, 1998
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