peltzer d*
peltzer d*
Researcher, Landcare Research
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A global meta‐analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities
A Siefert, C Violle, L Chalmandrier, CH Albert, A Taudiere, A Fajardo, ...
Ecology letters 18 (12), 1406-1419, 2015
4052015
Rapid development of phosphorus limitation in temperate rainforest along the Franz Josef soil chronosequence
SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, RB Allen, MS McGlone, RL Parfitt
Oecologia 139 (2), 267-276, 2004
3322004
Changes in enzyme activities and soil microbial community composition along carbon and nutrient gradients at the Franz Josef chronosequence, New Zealand
VJ Allison, LM Condron, DA Peltzer, SJ Richardson, BL Turner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (7), 1770-1781, 2007
2902007
Understanding ecosystem retrogression
DA Peltzer, DA Wardle, VJ Allison, WT Baisden, RD Bardgett, ...
Ecological Monographs 80 (4), 509-529, 2010
2682010
Soil organic phosphorus transformations during pedogenesis
BL Turner, LM Condron, SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, VJ Allison
Ecosystems 10 (7), 1166-1181, 2007
2352007
Co‐invasion by Pinus and its mycorrhizal fungi
IA Dickie, N Bolstridge, JA Cooper, DA Peltzer
New Phytologist 187 (2), 475-484, 2010
2002010
Contrasting effects of plant inter‐and intraspecific variation on community‐level trait measures along an environmental gradient
E Kichenin, DA Wardle, DA Peltzer, CW Morse, GT Freschet
Functional Ecology 27 (5), 1254-1261, 2013
1952013
Conflicting values: ecosystem services and invasive tree management
IA Dickie, BM Bennett, LE Burrows, MA Nunez, DA Peltzer, A Port, ...
Biological invasions 16 (3), 705-719, 2014
1872014
Plant diversity and tree responses following contrasting disturbances in boreal forest
DA Peltzer, ML Bast, SD Wilson, AK Gerry
Forest Ecology and Management 127 (1-3), 191-203, 2000
1832000
Resorption proficiency along a chronosequence: responses among communities and within species
SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, RB Allen, MS McGlone
Ecology 86 (1), 20-25, 2005
1702005
Changes in coexistence mechanisms along a long‐term soil chronosequence revealed by functional trait diversity
NWH Mason, SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, F de Bello, DA Wardle, RB Allen
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 678-689, 2012
1632012
Changes in coexistence mechanisms along a long‐term soil chronosequence revealed by functional trait diversity
NWH Mason, SJ Richardson, DA Peltzer, F de Bello, DA Wardle, RB Allen
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 678-689, 2012
1632012
Species‐and community‐level patterns in fine root traits along a 120 000‐year soil chronosequence in temperate rain forest
RJ Holdaway, SJ Richardson, IA Dickie, DA Peltzer, DA Coomes
Journal of Ecology, 2011
1592011
Mycorrhizas and mycorrhizal fungal communities throughout ecosystem development
IA Dickie, LB Martnez-Garca, N Koele, GA Grelet, JM Tylianakis, ...
Plant and Soil 367 (1-2), 11-39, 2013
1282013
Effects of biological invasions on forest carbon sequestration
DA Peltzer, RB Allen, GM Lovett, D Whitehead, DA Wardle
Global Change Biology 16 (2), 732-746, 2010
1252010
Temporal heterogeneity of soil moisture in grassland and forest
SE James, M Prtel, SD Wilson, DA Peltzer
Journal of Ecology 91 (2), 234-239, 2003
1122003
Competition intensity along a productivity gradient in a low-diversity grassland
DA Peltzer, SD Wilson, AK Gerry
The American Naturalist 151 (5), 465-476, 1998
1121998
Host identity is a dominant driver of mycorrhizal fungal community composition during ecosystem development
LB Martnez‐Garca, SJ Richardson, JM Tylianakis, DA Peltzer, IA Dickie
New Phytologist 205 (4), 1565-1576, 2015
1022015
Global to community scale differences in the prevalence of convergent over divergent leaf trait distributions in plant assemblages
GT Freschet, ATC Dias, DD Ackerly, R Aerts, PM van Bodegom, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (5), 755-765, 2011
1022011
Competitive effects of grasses and woody plants in mixed‐grass prairie
DA Peltzer, M Kchy
Journal of Ecology 89 (4), 519-527, 2001
1022001
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