Alice Yeates

Alice Yeates

I am interested in community ecology with a focus on plant community response to weed invasions. I work with lantana, purple loosestrife and lippa in New South Wales, Central QLD and Oregon, USA.

a.yeates@uq.edu.au

Publications

Wilson, J.R., Yeates, A., Schooler, S. and Julien, M.H. (2007). Rapid response to shoot removal by the invasive wetland plant, alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides). Environmental and Experimental Botany. 60:20-25.

Schooler, S.S., Yeates, A.G., Wilson, J. and Julien M.H. (2007). Herbivory, mowing, and herbicides differently affect production and nutrient allocation of Alternanthera philoxeroides. Aquatic Botany. 86:62-68.

Pandolfi, J.M., Tudhope, A., Burr, G., Chappell, J., Edinger, E., Frey, M., Steneck, R., Sharma, C., Yeates, A., Jennions, M., Lescinsky, H., and Newton, A. (2006). Mass mortality following disturbance in Holocene coral reefs from Papua New Guinea. Geology. 34(11):949-952.

Williams, E.A., Craigie, A., Yeates, A., Degnan, S. M. (2008). Articulated coralline algae of the genus Amphiroa are highly effective natural inducers of settlement in the tropical abalone Haliotis asinine. Biological Bulletin. 215:98-107

Yeates, A. (2008). The weed control paradox: Effect of management disturbance on the composition and structure of invaded communities. 16th Australian Weeds Conference Proceedings. Edt R.D. van Klinken, V.A. Osten, F.D. Panetta and Scanlan, J.C. pp 386.

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