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- Taylor, Kimberley T.; Maxwell, Bruce D.; Pauchard, Aníbal; Nuñez, Martin A.; Peltzer, Duane A.; Terwei, André; Rew, Lisa J.
- Global ecology and biogeography 2016 v.25 no.1 pp. 96-106
- Argentina, etc ; Nothofagus; Pinus contorta; colonizing ability; ecological invasion; ecoregions; ecosystems; forests; grasslands; indigenous species; introduced species; invasive species; population growth; shrublands; tree growth; trees; Chile; New Zealand; United States; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... AIM: To determine biotic and abiotic controls on pine invasion globally within six ecoregions that include both introduced and native ranges. LOCATIONS: Río Negro province, Argentina; Aysén and Araucanía regions, Chile; South Island (two ecoregions), New Zealand; Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, USA. METHODS: We quantified tree abundance and size across invasion fronts of the widespread invasive tre ...
- Fernández, Damián Andrés; Santamarina, Patricio Emmanuel; Tellería, María Cristina; Palazzesi, Luis; Barreda, Viviana Dora
- Acta palaeobotanica 2016 v.56 no.2 pp. 223-245
- Argentina, etc ; Nothofagus; fossils; light microscopy; phylogeny; pollen; scanning electron microscopy; sediments; transmission electron microscopy; trees; Antarctica; Australia; New Zealand; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Nothofagaceae (southern beeches) are a relatively small flowering plant family of trees confined to the Southern Hemisphere. The fossil record of the family is abundant and it has been widely used as a test case for the classic hypothesis that Antarctica, Patagonia, Australia and New Zealand were once joined together. Although the phylogenetic relationships in Nothofagus appear to be well supporte ...