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Bryan, Scott Edward, Cook, Alex, Evans, Jason, Hebden, Kerry, Hurrey, Lucy, Colls, Peter, et al. (2012) Rapid, long-distance dispersal by pumice rafting. PLoS ONE, 7(7).
Nguyen, Huong Thanh, Herbohn, John, Firn, Jennifer, & Lamb, David (2012) Biodiversity–productivity relationships in small-scale mixed-species plantations using native species in Leyte province, Philippines. Forest Ecology and Management, 274, pp. 81-90.
Firn, Jennifer, Prober, Suzanne M., & Buckley, Yvonne (2012) Plastic traits of an exotic grass contribute to its abundance but are not always favourable. PLoS ONE, 7(4), e35870-e35870.
Grace, J. B., Adler, P. B., Seabloom, E. W., Borer, E. T., Hillebrand, H., Hautier, Y., et al. (2012) Response to comments on "Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness". Science, 335(6075), p. 1441.
Pichancourt, Jean-Baptiste, Chadès, Iadine, Firn, Jennifer, van Klinken, Rieks D., & Martin, Tara G. (2012) Simple rules to contain an invasive species with a complex life cycle and high dispersal capacity. Journal of Applied Ecology, 49(1), pp. 52-62.
Han, Yi, Buckley, Yvonne M., & Firn, Jennifer (2012) An invasive grass shows colonization advantages over native grasses under conditions of low resource availability. Plant Ecology, 213(7), pp. 1117-1130.
Firn, Jennifer, Moore, Joslin L., MacDougall, Andrew, Borer, Elizabeth, Seabloom, Eric, HilleRisLambers, Janneke, et al. (2011) Abundance of introduced species at home predicts abundance away in herbaceous communities. Ecology Letters, 14, pp. 274-281.
Simberloff, Daniel, Jake, Alexander, Allendorf, Fred, Aronson, James, Antunes, Pedro, Bacher, Sven, et al. (2011) Non-natives: 141 scientists object. Nature, 475, p. 36.
Adler, Peter, Seabloom, Eric, Borer, Elizabeth, Hillebrand, Helmut, Hautier, Yann, Hector, Andy, et al. (2011) Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness. Science, 333(6050), pp. 1750-1753.
Firn, Jennifer, House, Alan, & Buckley, Yvonne (2010) Alternative states models provide an effective framework for invasive species control and restoration of native communities. Journal of Applied Ecology: ecology with management relevance, 47(1), pp. 96-105.
Firn, Jennifer, MacDougall, Andrew, Schmidt, Susanne, & Buckley, Yvonne (2010) Early emergence and resource availability can competitively favour natives over a functionally similar invader. Oecologia, 163(3), pp. 775-784.
Firn, Jennifer & Buckley, Yvonne (2010) Impacts of invasive plants on Australian rangelands. Rangelands, 32(1), pp. 48-51.
Firn, Jennifer (2010) Ten commitments, reshaping the lucky country's environment [A book review]. Austral Ecology, 35(2), p. 236.
Firn, Jennifer (2009) African lovegrass in Australia: a valuable pasture species or embarrassing invader? Tropical Grasslands, 43, pp. 86-97.
Firn, Jennifer, Rout, Tracy, Possingham, Hugh, & Buckley, Yvonne (2008) Managing beyond the invader: manipulating disturbance of natives simplifies control efforts. Journal of Applied Ecology: ecology with management relevance, 45(4), pp. 1143-1151.
Firn, Jennifer (2007) Developing strategies and methods for rehabilitating degraded pastures using native grasses. Ecological Management and Restoration, 8(3), pp. 182-186.
Firn, Jennifer, Erskine, Peter, & Lamb, David (2007) Woody species diversity influences productivity and soil nutrient availability in tropical plantations. Oecologia, 154(3), pp. 521-533.
Firn, Jennifer, Rout, Tracy, Possingham, Hugh P., & Buckley, Yvonne (2008) Optimising weed control by considering disturbance. In Australian Weeds Conference, 18-22 May 2008, Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns, QLD.
Firn, Jennifer & Buckley, Yvonne (2008) Unravelling the mechanisms behind the invasion of an introduced and now undesirable grass species. In Multifunctional grasslands in a changing world, Volume 1: 21st International Grassland Congress and 18th International Rangeland Congress, Guangdong People's Publishing House.
Firn, Jennifer & Buckley, Yvonne (2007) Understanding the mechanism behind invasion of African lovegrass. In Australian Tropical Pastures Conference, 2007.