Janet M. Wilmshurst
Janet M. Wilmshurst
Palaeoecologist, Landcare Research and University of Auckland
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Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data
MJ Power, J Marlon, N Ortiz, PJ Bartlein, SP Harrison, FE Mayle, ...
Climate dynamics 30 (7), 887-907, 2008
High-precision radiocarbon dating shows recent and rapid initial human colonization of East Polynesia
JM Wilmshurst, TL Hunt, CP Lipo, AJ Anderson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (5), 1815-1820, 2011
Dating the late prehistoric dispersal of Polynesians to New Zealand using the commensal Pacific rat
JM Wilmshurst, AJ Anderson, TFG Higham, TH Worthy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (22), 7676-7680, 2008
Biodiversity losses and conservation responses in the Anthropocene
CN Johnson, A Balmford, BW Brook, JC Buettel, M Galetti, L Guangchun, ...
Science 356 (6335), 270-275, 2017
Dating initial Maori environmental impact in New Zealand
MS McGlone, JM Wilmshurst
Quaternary International 59 (1), 5-16, 1999
Rapid landscape transformation in South Island, New Zealand, following initial Polynesian settlement
DB McWethy, C Whitlock, JM Wilmshurst, MS McGlone, M Fromont, X Li, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (50), 21343-21348, 2010
New Zealand island restoration: seabirds, predators, and the importance of history
PJ Bellingham, DR Towns, EK Cameron, JJ Davis, DA Wardle, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34 (1), 115-136, 2010
Ecology and long-term history of fire in New Zealand
GLW Perry, JM Wilmshurst, MS McGlone
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 157-176, 2014
Origin of pollen and spores in surface lake sediments: comparison of modern palynomorph assemblages in moss cushions, surface soils and surface lake sediments
JM Wilmshurst, MS McGlone
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 136 (1-2), 1-15, 2005
Forest disturbance in the central North Island, New Zealand, following the 1850 BP Taupo eruption
JM Wilmshurst, MS McGlone
The holocene 6 (4), 399-411, 1996
A conceptual framework for predicting temperate ecosystem sensitivity to human impacts on fire regimes
DB McWethy, PE Higuera, C Whitlock, TT Veblen, D Bowman, GJ Cary, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (8), 900-912, 2013
Rapid deforestation of south island, New Zealand, by early Polynesian fires
DB McWethy, C Whitlock, JM Wilmshurst, MS McGlone, X Li
The Holocene 19 (6), 883-897, 2009
Using rat-gnawed seeds to independently date the arrival of Pacific rats and humans in New Zealand
JM Wilmshurstl, TFG Higham
The Holocene 14 (6), 801-806, 2004
The Kaharoa Tephra as a critical datum for earliest human impact in northern New Zealand
RM Newnham, DJ Lowe, MS McGlone, JM Wilmshurst, TFG Higham
Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (6), 533-544, 1998
The impact of human settlement on vegetation and soil stability in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
JM Wilmshurst
New Zealand Journal of Botany 35 (1), 97-111, 1997
An ecological and historical review of bracken (Pteridium esculentum) in New Zealand, and its cultural significance
MS McGlone, JM Wilmshurst, HM Leach
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 165-184, 2005
Late Holocene forest disturbance in Gisborne, New Zealand: a comparison of terrestrial and marine pollen records
JM Wilmshurst, DN Eden, PC Froggatt
New Zealand Journal of Botany 37 (3), 523-540, 1999
Explaining fire‐driven landscape transformation during the Initial Burning Period of N ew Z ealand's prehistory
GLW Perry, JM Wilmshurst, MS McGlone, DB McWethy, C Whitlock
Global Change Biology 18 (5), 1609-1621, 2012
Divergent trends in land and ocean temperature in the Southern Ocean over the past 18,000 years
MS McGlone, CSM Turney, JM Wilmshurst, J Renwick, K Pahnke
Nature Geoscience 3 (9), 622-626, 2010
A high-precision chronology for the rapid extinction of New Zealand moa (Aves, Dinornithiformes)
GLW Perry, AB Wheeler, JR Wood, JM Wilmshurst
Quaternary Science Reviews 105, 126-135, 2014
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