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Number of items: 23.

2017

Ellsworth, David S.; Anderson, Ian C.; Crous, Kristine Y.; Cooke, Julia; Drake, John E.; Gherlenda, Andrew N.; Gimeno, Teresa E.; Macdonald, Catriona A.; Medlyn, Belinda E.; Powell, Jeff R.; Tjoelker, Mark G. and Reich, Peter B. (2017). Elevated CO2 does not increase eucalypt forest productivity on a low-phosphorus soil. Nature Climate Change, 7(4) pp. 279–282. file

Robson, Julie; Cooke, Julia; Wheeler, Philip; Maseyk, Kadmiel and Collins, Trevor (2017). Evaluating remote access to fieldwork with interactive fieldcasts for distance learning students. In: The 6th eSTEeM Annual Conference, 25-26 Apr 2017, The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes.

Pathare, Varsha S.; Crous, Kristine Y.; Cooke, Julia; Creek, Danielle; Ghannoum, Oula and Ellsworth, David S. (2017). Water availability affects seasonal CO2-induced photosynthetic enhancement in herbaceous species in a periodically dry woodland. Global Change Biology (Early Access).

2016

Cooke, Julia and Leishman, Michelle R. (2016). Alleviation of abiotic stress by silicon: what can a meta-analysis of agricultural studies tell us about ecology? In: British Ecological Society Annual Meeting 2016, 11 - 14 December 2016, Liverpool, UK.

Cooke, Julia; Wheeler, Philip; Maseyk, Kadmiel and Collins, Trevor (2016). Widening access to fieldwork with interactive livecasts. In: Enhancing Fieldwork Learning Showcase 2016, 12 -13 September 2016, Reading, UK.

Cooke, Julia; DeGabriel, Jane L. and Hartley, Susan E. (2016). The functional ecology of plant silicon: geoscience to genes. Functional Ecology, 30(8) pp. 1270–1276. file

Cooke, Julia and Leishman, Michelle R. (2016). Consistent alleviation of abiotic stress with silicon addition: a meta-analysis. Functional Ecology, 30(8) pp. 1340–1357. file

Cooke, Julia and DeGabriel, Jane L. (2016). Editorial: Plant Silicon Interactions between Organisms and the Implications for Ecosystems. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7, article no. 1001. file

Gimeno, Teresa E.; Crous, Kristine Y.; Cooke, Julia; O'Grady, Anthony P.; Ósvaldsson, Anna; Medlyn, Belinda E. and Ellsworth, David S. (2016). Conserved stomatal behaviour under elevated CO2 and varying water availability in a mature woodland. Functional Ecology, 30(5) pp. 700–709.

Akres, Olyvea; Cavallaro, Isabella; Cheng, Cynthia; Dixon, Madison; Goddard, Darcy; Hofbauer, Tamara; Mahr, Sidney; Mason, Taylor; Miskin, Lulu; Morgan, Chloe; Nettleton, Eleanor; Purseglove, Amelia; Rosenberg, Bella; Salgado, Lucia; Sardi, Jasmin; Scarlis, Emily; Snyman, Sophie; Spagnardi, Isabella; Swinson-Dulhunty, Oona; Szentmariay, Lilla; Zimmerman, Nikki; T. Moles, Angela and Cooke, Julia (2016). The Christmas tree project: comparing the effects of five treatments on the health of cut Christmas trees (Pinus radiata, Pinaceae). Australian Journal of Botany, 64(1) pp. 15–19.

2015

Cooke, Julia; Bourne, Aimee; Medlyn, Belinda and Ellsworth, David (2015). Plant traits and stomatal sensitivity to water deficit contribute to optimising carbon-water economics in plants. In: British Ecological Society Annual Meeting 2015, 13 – 16 December, Edinburgh, UK.

Cooke, Julia; Lanfear, Robert; Downing, Alison; Gillings, Michael R.; Poore, Alistair G. B.; Goodwin, Ian D.; Waldron, Liette S.; Phillips, Aaron; Metti, Yola and Bulbert, Matthew W. (2015). The unusual occurrence of green algal balls of Chaetomorpha linum on a beach in Sydney, Australia. Botanica Marina, 58(5) pp. 401–407. file

Ellsworth, David S.; Crous, Kristine Y.; Lambers, Hans and Cooke, Julia (2015). Phosphorus recycling in photorespiration maintains high photosynthetic capacity in woody species. Plant, Cell & Environment, 38(6) pp. 1142–1156. file

2014

Leishman, Michelle R.; Cooke, Julia and Richardson, David M. (2014). Evidence for shifts to faster growth strategies in the new ranges of invasive alien plants. Journal of Ecology, 102(6) pp. 1451–1461.

2012

Cooke, Julia; Ash, J. E. and Groves, R. H. (2012). Population dynamics of the invasive, annual species, Carrichtera annua, in Australia. Rangeland Journal, 34(4) pp. 375–387.

Cooke, Julia and Leishman, Michelle R. (2012). Tradeoffs between foliar silicon and carbon-based defences: evidence from vegetation communities of contrasting soil types. Oikos, 121(12) pp. 2052–2060.

2011

Cooke, Julia and Leishman, Michelle R. (2011). Silicon concentration and leaf longevity: is silicon a player in the leaf dry mass spectrum? Functional Ecology, 25(6) pp. 1181–1188.

Cooke, Julia; Groves, R. H. and Ash, Julian (2011). The distribution of Carrichtera annua in Australia: introduction, spread and probable limits. Rangeland Journal, 33(1) pp. 23–35.

Cooke, Julia and Leishman, Michelle R. (2011). Is plant ecology more siliceous than we realise? Trends in Plant Science, 16(2) pp. 61–68.

2010

Leishman, Michelle R.; Thomson, Vivien P. and Cooke, Julia (2010). Native and exotic invasive plants have fundamentally similar carbon capture strategies. Journal of Ecology, 98(1) pp. 28–42.

2008

Mason, Robert A. B.; Cooke, Julia; Moles, Angela T. and Leishman, Michelle R. (2008). Reproductive output of invasive versus native plants. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 17(5) pp. 633–640.

Kyle, Garreth; Schmidt, Tatjana; Cooke, Julia and Leishman, Michelle R. (2008). Growth and survival of riparian plantings in relation to Weeping Willow canopy in the Upper Hunter River. Ecological Management & Restoration, 9(2) pp. 154–156.

2007

Cooke, Julia and Edwards, Ted (2007). The behaviour of scribbly gum moth larvae Ogmograptis sp. Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Bucculatricidae) in the Australian Capital Territory. Australian Journal of Entomology, 46(4) pp. 269–275.

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