Mark Kimberley
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Changes in planted forests and future global implications
T Payn, JM Carnus, P Freer-Smith, M Kimberley, W Kollert, S Liu, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 352, 57-67, 2015
Interception frequency of exotic bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) and relationship with establishment in New Zealand and worldwide
EG Brockerhoff, J Bain, M Kimberley, M KnÝžek
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36 (2), 289-298, 2006
Diversity and succession of adventive and indigenous vascular understorey plants in Pinus radiata plantation forests in New Zealand
EG Brockerhoff, CE Ecroyd, AC Leckie, MO Kimberley
Forest Ecology and Management 185 (3), 307-326, 2003
Nationwide survey for invasive wood-boring and bark beetles (Coleoptera) using traps baited with pheromones and kairomones
EG Brockerhoff, DC Jones, MO Kimberley, DM Suckling, T Donaldson
Forest ecology and management 228 (1-3), 234-240, 2006
Effectiveness of the International Phytosanitary Standard ISPM No. 15 on reducing wood borer infestation rates in wood packaging material entering the United States
RA Haack, KO Britton, EG Brockerhoff, JF Cavey, LJ Garrett, M Kimberley, ...
PLoS One 9 (5), e96611, 2014
Distribution and abundance of small mammals in relation to habitat in Pureora Forest Park
CM King, JG Innes, M Flux, MO Kimberley, JR Leathwick, DS Williams
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 215-240, 1996
Predicting how altering propagule pressure changes establishment rates of biological invaders across species pools
EG Brockerhoff, M Kimberley, AM Liebhold, RA Haack, JF Cavey
Ecology 95 (3), 594-601, 2014
The 300 index-A volume productivity index for radiata pine.
M Kimberley, G West, M Dean, L Knowles
Airborne scanning LiDAR in a double sampling forest carbon inventory
PR Stephens, MO Kimberley, PN Beets, TSH Paul, N Searles, A Bell, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 117, 348-357, 2012
Allometric equations for estimating carbon stocks in natural forest in New Zealand
PN Beets, MO Kimberley, GR Oliver, SH Pearce, JD Graham, A Brandon
Forests 3 (3), 818-839, 2012
The influence of weed competition for light and water on growth and dry matter partitioning of young Pinus radiata, at a dryland site
MS Watt, D Whitehead, EG Mason, B Richardson, MO Kimberley
Forest ecology and management 183 (1-3), 363-376, 2003
Adhesion of spray droplets to foliage: the role of dynamic surface tension and advantages of organosilicone surfactants
PJG Stevens, MO Kimberley, DS Murphy, GA Policello
Pesticide Science 38 (2‐3), 237-245, 1993
Economic analysis of growth response from a pine plantation forest applied with biosolids
MO Kimberley, H Wang, PJ Wilks, CR Fisher, GN Magesan
Forest Ecology and Management 189 (1-3), 345-351, 2004
A universal spray droplet adhesion model
WA Forster, MO Kimberley, JA Zabkiewicz
Transactions of the ASAE 48 (4), 1321-1330, 2005
Population biology of the ship rat and Norway rat in Pureora Forest Park, 1983–87
JG Innes, CM King, M Flux, MO Kimberley
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 28 (1), 57-78, 2001
Development of models to predict Pinus radiata productivity throughout New Zealand
MS Watt, DJ Palmer, MO Kimberley, BK H÷ck, TW Payn, DJ Lowe
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40 (3), 488-499, 2010
Protective value of regenerating tea tree stands on erosion-prone hill country, East Coast, North Island, New Zealand
DO Bergin, MO Kimberley, M Marden
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 25 (1), 3-19, 1995
Biosolids‐derived nitrogen mineralization and transformation in forest soils
H Wang, MO Kimberley, M Schlegelmilch
Journal of environmental quality 32 (5), 1851-1856, 2003
Coarse woody debris decay rates for seven indigenous tree species in the central North Island of New Zealand
PN Beets, IA Hood, MO Kimberley, GR Oliver, SH Pearce, JF Gardner
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (4), 548-557, 2008
Spiral grain patterns in plantation-grown Pinus radiata
DJ Cown, GD Young, MO Kimberley
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 21 (2/3), 206-216, 1991
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