Sue McIntyre
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Plant functional classifications: from general groups to specific groups based on response to disturbance
S Lavorel, S McIntyre, J Landsberg, TDA Forbes
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 12, 474-478, 1997
Plant trait responses to grazing–a global synthesis
S Díaz, S Lavorel, S McIntyre, V Falczuk, F Casanoves, DG Milchunas, ...
Global Change Biology 13 (2), 313-341, 2007
Assisted colonization and rapid climate change.
O Hoegh-Guldberg, L Hughes, S McIntyre, DB Lindenmayer, C Parmesan, ...
Science (Washington) 321 (5887), 345-346, 2008
Assessing functional diversity in the field–methodology matters!
S Lavorel, K Grigulis, S McIntyre, NSG Williams, D Garden, J Dorrough, ...
Functional Ecology 22, 134-147, 2008
A checklist for ecological management of landscapes for conservation
D Lindenmayer, RJ Hobbs, R Montague‐Drake, J Alexandra, A Bennett, ...
Ecology letters 11 (1), 78-91, 2008
A framework for conceptualizing human effects on landscapes and its relevance to management and research models
S McIntyre, RJ Hobbs
Conservation biology 13, 1282-1292, 1999
Plant life-history attributes: their relationship to disturbance response in herbaceous vegetation
S McIntyre, S Lavorel, RM Tremont
Journal of Ecology 83, 31-44, 1995
Disturbance response in vegetation–towards a global perspective on functional traits
S McIntyre, S Lavorel, J Landsberg, TDA Forbes
Journal of Vegetation Science 10, 621-630, 1999
Plant functional types: are we getting any closer to the Holy Grail?
S Lavorel, S Díaz, J Cornelissen, E Garnier, S Harrison, S McIntyre, ...
Terrestrial ecosystems in a changing world, 149-164, 2007
Predicting richness of native, rare, and exotic plants in response to habitat and disturbance variables across a variegated landscape
S McIntyre, S Lavorel
Conservation biology 8 (2), 521-531, 1994
Habitat variegation, an alternative to fragmentation
S McIntyre, GW Barrett
Conservation Biology 6 (1), 146-147, 1992
Livestock grazing in subtropical pastures: steps in the analysis of attribute response and plant functional types
S McIntyre, S Lavorel
Journal of Ecology 89 (2), 209-226, 2001
Improving the application of vertebrate trait‐based frameworks to the study of ecosystem services
GW Luck, S Lavorel, S McIntyre, K Lumb
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (5), 1065-1076, 2012
Integrating a global agro‐climatic classification with bioregional boundaries in Australia
MF Hutchinson, S McIntyre, RJ Hobbs, JL Stein, S Garnett, J Kinloch
Global Ecology and Biogeography 14 (3), 197-212, 2005
Plant response to disturbance in a Mediterranean grassland: How many functional groups?
S Lavorel, S McIntyre, K Grigulis
Journal of Vegetation Science 10 (5), 661-672, 1999
The relative importance of cattle grazing in subtropical grasslands: does it reduce or enhance plant biodiversity?
S McIntyre, KM Heard, TG Martin
Journal of Applied Ecology 40, 445-457, 2003
How environmental and disturbance factors influence species composition in temperate Australian grasslands
S McIntyre, S Lavorel
Journal of Vegetation Science 5 (3), 373-384, 1994
To close the yield-gap while saving biodiversity will require multiple locally relevant strategies
SA Cunningham, SJ Attwood, KS Bawa, TG Benton, LM Broadhurst, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 173, 20-27, 2013
Plant functional types and disturbance dynamics–Introduction
S McIntyre, S Díaz, S Lavorel, W Cramer
Journal of Vegetation Science 10 (5), 603-608, 1999
A conceptual model of land use effects on the structure and function of herbaceous vegetation
S McIntyre, S Lavorel
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 119 (1), 11-21, 2007
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