Peer-reviewed manuscripts & book chapters Underline indicates student co-author The data and code for any papers on which I am the lead author are usually available with the published paper (either as supplementary material or via DataDryad), but please email me if you have any issues. google scholar - In revision/review - Wells, J. J., Stringer, L. C., Woodhead, A. J., Wandrag, E. M. Evaluating the ecosystem services and disservices of non-native Acacia, Eucalyptus and Pinus in sub-Saharan Africa.
Wandrag, E. M., Catford, J. A., Duncan, R. P. Niche partitioning overrides interspecific competition to determine plant species distributions along a nutrient gradient.
Hemming, K. H., Wandrag, E. M., Duncan, R. P. Native species richness provides a template for invasion of non-native grasses in Australia.
Duncan, R. P., Wandrag, E. M., Bates, S. E., Barrett, L., Catford, J. A., Thrall, P. H. Plant-soil feedbacks: linking data with theory.
Ikegami, M., Wandrag, E. M., Duncan, R. P., Hulme, P. H. Imbalanced intercontinental migrations of plants: role of time, size of source pool and recipient biodiversity.
- 2021 & in press - Bates, S. E., Wandrag, E. M., Barrett, L. G., Thrall, P. H., Duncan, R. P. (2021) Soil biotic effects and competition; what are the mechanisms behind being a successful invader? Pedobiologia. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedobi.2021.150749
Villellas, J., Ehrlén, J., The PlantPopNet Consortium (incl. E. M. Wandrag) Buckley, Y. M. (2021) Genetic clines are more predictable for reproductive than vegetative traits in a globally distributed short-lived plant. Ecology Letters
Wandrag, E. M., Copeland, H., Duncan, R. P. (2021) Ant preference for seeds without awns increases removal of exotic relative to native grass seeds. Ecological Entomology. https://doi.org/10.1111/een.12980
-2020 - Wandrag, E.M. & Catford, J.A. (2020) Competition between native and alien plants. Role of Biotic Interactions in Plant Invasions (eds D.M. Richardson & A. Traveset). CABI.
*Wandrag, E. M., *Birnbaum, C., Klock, M. E., Barrett, L., Thrall, P. (2020). Availability of soil mutualists may not limit Acacia invasion but could increase the impact of Acacia on native soil communities. Journal of Applied Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13577 * Equal contribution
Smith, A. L. Hodkinson, T. R. The PlantPopNet Consortium (incl. E. M. Wandrag), & Buckley, Y. M. (2020). Global gene flow releases plants from environmental constraints on genetic diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1915848117
O’Reilly-Nugent, A., Wandrag, E. M., Catford, J. A., Gruber, B., Driscoll, D., Duncan, R. P. (2020) Measuring competitive impact: joint-species modelling of invaded plant communities. Journal of Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13280
- 2019 - Bates, S. B., Wandrag, E. M., Duncan, R. P. (2019) Calculating the uncertainty associated with log response ratios in plant-soil feedback studies. Plant Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11258-019-00981-6 Invited contribution to a special issue.
Warrington, S., Ellis, A., Novoa, A., Wandrag, E. M., Hulme, P.E., Duncan, R. P., Valentine, A., Le Roux, J. J. (2019) Cointroductions of Australian acacias and their rhizobial mutualists in the Southern Hemisphere. Journal of Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13602
Medina-Romero, M., O’Reilly-Nugent, A., Bray, J., Davidson, A., Gruber, B., Lopez-Aldana, A., MacNally, R., Palit, R., Reid, T., Wandrag, E. M., Duncan, R. (2019) Pitfalls of occupancy-detection models: an experimental evaluation of time-to-detection methods. Ecography. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04321
Wandrag, E. M., Catford, J. A., Duncan, R. P. (2019) Quantifying niche availability, niche overlap and competition for recruitment sites in plant populations without explicit knowledge of niche axes. Journal of Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13137
- 2018 - Ikegami, M., Wandrag, E. M., Duncan, R. P., Hulme, P. E. (2018) Length of cultivation determines the richness of native and non-native weeds in crop fields worldwide. Biological Invasions. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-018-1828-7
Fricke, E. F., Tewkesbury, J. J., Wandrag, E. M., Rogers, H. S. (2017) Mutualistic strategies minimize coextinction in plant-disperser networks. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.2302
- 2016 - O’Reilly-Nugent, A., Palit, R., Lopez-Aldana, A., Medina-Romero, M. Wandrag, E., Duncan, R. (2016) Landscape effects on the spread of invasive species. Current Landscape Reports. DOI 10.1007/s40823-016-0012-y
- 2015 - Wandrag, E. M., Dunham, A. E., Miller, R. H., Rogers, H. S. (2015) Vertebrate seed dispersers maintain the composition of tropical forest seedbanks. AoB Plants. https://doi.org/10.1093/aobpla/plv130. Invited contribution to a special issue.
Wandrag, E. M., Sheppard, A. Duncan, R. P., Hulme, P. E. (2015) Pollinators and predators at home and away: do they determine invasion success for Acacia in New Zealand? Journal of Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.12455
- 2013 - Wandrag, E. M., Sheppard, A. S., Duncan, R. P., Hulme, P. E. (2013) Lower availability of rhizobia limits the performance but not invasiveness of introduced Acacia. Journal of Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12126
Wandrag, E. M., Sheppard, A. S., Duncan, R. P., Hulme, P. E. (2013) Mutualism vs. antagonism in introduced and native ranges: Can seed dispersal and predation etermine Acacia invasion success? Perspectives in Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ppees.2013.03.002 - 2011 - Gibson, M. R.,.....Wandrag, E. M., and Wilson, J. R. (2011) Reproductive biology of Australian Acacia species: important mediator of invasiveness? Diversity and Distributions. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1472-4642.2011.00808.x Non peer-reviewed 2017Wandrag, E. M., Rogers, H. S. Guam’s forests are being slowly killed off – by a snake. The Conversation