Melanie Harsch
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Are treelines advancing? A global meta‐analysis of treeline response to climate warming
MA Harsch, PE Hulme, MS McGlone, RP Duncan
Ecology letters 12 (10), 1040-1049, 2009
Global change and local solutions: Tapping the unrealized potential of citizen science for biodiversity research
EJ Theobald, AK Ettinger, HK Burgess, LB DeBey, NR Schmidt, ...
Biological Conservation 181, 236-244, 2015
How will biotic interactions influence climate change–induced range shifts?
J HilleRisLambers, MA Harsch, AK Ettinger, KR Ford, EJ Theobald
Annals of the new York Academy of Sciences 1297 (1), 112-125, 2013
Treeline form–a potential key to understanding treeline dynamics
MA Harsch, MY Bader
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (4), 582-596, 2011
Reviewing research priorities in weed ecology, evolution and management: a horizon scan
P Neve, JN Barney, Y Buckley, RD Cousens, S Graham, NR Jordan, ...
Weed Research 58 (4), 250-258, 2018
Climate warming and seasonal precipitation change interact to limit species distribution shifts across Western North America
MA Harsch, J HilleRisLambers
PloS one 11 (7), e0159184, 2016
Keeping pace with climate change: stage-structured moving-habitat models
M Harsch, Y A, Zhou, J HilleRisLambers, M Kot
American Naturalist 184, 25-37, 2014
Causes of tree line stability: stem growth, recruitment and mortality rates over 15 years at New Zealand Nothofagus tree lines
MA Harsch, R Buxton, RP Duncan, PE Hulme, P Wardle, J Wilmshurst
Journal of Biogeography 39 (11), 2061-2071, 2012
Transdisciplinary weed research: new leverage on challenging weed problems?
N Jordan, M Schut, S Graham, JN Barney, DZ Childs, S Christensen, ...
Weed Research 56 (5), 345-358, 2016
Moving forward: insights and applications of moving‐habitat models for climate change ecology
MA Harsch, A Phillips, Y Zhou, MR Leung, DS Rinnan, M Kot
Journal of ecology 105 (5), 1169-1181, 2017
Interacting effects of management and environmental variability at multiple scales on invasive species distributions
JM Diez, HL Buckley, BS Case, MA Harsch, AR Sciligo, SR Wangen, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (6), 1210-1218, 2009
Tropical forcing of increased Southern Ocean climate variability revealed by a 140-year subantarctic temperature reconstruction
CSM Turney, CJ Fogwill, JG Palmer, E Van Sebille, Z Thomas, ...
European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2017
Influence of climate and regeneration microsites on Pinus contorta invasion into an alpine ecosystem in New Zealand
S Tomiolo, M Harsch, R Duncan, P Hulme
AIMS Environmental Science 3 (3), 525-540, 2016
Winter climate limits subantarctic low forest growth and establishment
MA Harsch, MS McGlone, JM Wilmshurst
PLoS one 9 (4), e93241, 2014
Species distributions shift downward across western North America
MA Harsch, J HilleRisLambers
Global Change Biology 10, 2014
Treeline dynamics: pattern and process at multiple spatial scales
MA Harsch
Lincoln University, 2010
Hille Ris Lambers J (2014) Species distributions shift downward across western North America
MA Harsch
Global Change Biology. doi 10, 0
Species distributions shift downward across western North America (Retraction of 10.1111/GCB. 12697, 2014)(Retracted article. See vol. 28, pg. 2525, 2022)
MA Harsch, J Lambers, H Ris
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 28 (7), 2525-2525, 2022
140-year subantarctic tree-ring temperature reconstruction reveals tropical forcing of increased Southern Ocean climate variability
CS Turney, CJ Fogwill, JG Palmer, E VanSebille, Z Thomas, M McGlone, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2017, PP41E-08, 2017
Increased Climate Variability in the Southern Ocean During the Late Twentieth Century
Z Thomas, CSM Turney, CJ Fogwill, JG Palmer, E van Sebille, M McGlone, ...
2015 AGU Fall Meeting, 2015
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