Publications

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Gooden, B. & French, K. (2015) Impacts of alien plant invasion on native plant communities are mediated by functional identity of resident species, not resource availability. Oikos 10.1111/oik.01724.

Gooden, B. & French, K. (2014) Non-interactive effects of plant invasion and landscape modification on native communities. Diversity and Distributions 20, 626-632.

Gooden, B. & French, K. (2014) Impacts of alien grass invasion in coastal seed banks vary amongst native growth forms and dispersal strategies. Biological Conservation 171, 114–126.

Gooden, B., French, K. & Robinson, S.A. (2014) Alien grass disrupts reproduction and post-settlement recruitment of co-occurring native vegetation: a mechanism for diversity decline in invaded forest? Plant Ecology 215, 567-580.

Gooden, B., French, K., Turner, P. and Downey, P. O. 2009. Impact threshold for an alien plant invader, Lantana camara L., on native plant communities. Biological Conservation 142, 2631–2641

Gooden, B., French, K., Turner, P. 2009. Invasion and management of a woody plant, Lantana camara L., alters vegetation diversity within wet sclerophyll forest in southeastern Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 257, 960–967

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BOOK CHAPTERS

French, K. Mason, T. J. & Gooden, B. in press. Invasion of woody shrubs and trees. In Prins, H. and Gordon, I. (Eds) When Continents Collide: Biological Invasions and Ecosystem Theory. Cambridge University Press, UK.

THESES

Gooden, B. 2007. The Effect of the Woody Plant Invader Lantana camara on Vascular Plant Diversity in Wet Sclerophyll Forest. Honours dissertation, School of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong.

WORKSHOP FACILITATION

Gruber, M. & Gooden, B. 2013. Invasive species in a changing world: are we asking the right questions? A workshop held at EcoTas13 – 5th joint conference of Ecological Society of Australia and New Zealand Ecological Society, Auckland, December 2013.

Gooden, B. & Cherry, H. 2012. Ecological Management of Invasive Species: Bridging theory and practice. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Melbourne, December 2012.

Gooden, B. & Cherry, H. 2012. Ecology of Invasive Species Management; bridging the gap between research and practice. 18th Australasian Weeds Conference, Melbourne, October 2012.

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Gooden, B. & French, K. 2013. Does alien grass invasion affect recruitment dynamics and reproduction of resident native plants? EcoTas13 – 5th joint conference of Ecological Society of Australia and New Zealand Ecological Society, Auckland, December 2013.

Gooden, B. & French, K. 2012. Alien turfgrass impacts on coastal seed banks: implications for community resilience. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Melbourne, December 2012.

Gooden, B. & French, K. 2011. Impacts of an exotic grass on native coastal plant communities. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Hobart, December 2011.

Gooden, B. & French, K. 2011. Impacts of an alien grass on native coastal plant communities. International Congress for Conservation Biology, Auckland, December 2011.

Gooden, B. 2011. Impacts of an alien grass in an endangered coastal forest. Postgraduate Student Conference, University of Wollongong, November 2011.

Gooden, B. & French, K. 2010. Classical Braun-Blanquet cover-abundance index: assessing its utility in plant surveys. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Canberra, December 2010.

Gooden, B., French, K., Turner, P. & Downey, P. O. 2010. Invader impact thresholds on native plant communities. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Canberra, December 2010.

Gooden, B. 2010. Impacts of alien grasses on native communities: a search for patterns and mechanisms. Postgraduate Student Conference, University of Wollongong, November 2011.

Gooden, B., French, K., Turner, P. & Downey, P. O. 2007. Verifying native plant species at risk from lantana. The 14th Biennial NSW Weeds Conference, September 2007. University of Wollongong, Wollongong.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Gooden, B. & French, K. 2012. Invasion and management of weeds in Australia: emergent ecological knowledge and future research needs. Living with, living without weeds: bridging theory and practice, hosted by Australian Centre for Cultural Environmental Research of the University of Wollongong, February 2013.

Gooden, B. 2010. Impacts of an alien plant invader on native plant communities: Lantana camara L.. Institute for Conservation Biology and Environmental Management – Marine and Terrestrial Ecology guest leture, University of Wollongong, August 2010.

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