Publications

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LIN, Y.-.S; MEDLYN, B.E; DUURSMA, R.A; PRENTICE, I.C; WANG, H; BAIG, S; EAMUS, D; DE DIOS, V.R; MITCHELL, P; ELLSWORTH, D.S; DE BEECK, M.O; WALLIN, G; UDDLING, J; TARVAINEN, L; LINDERSON, M.-.L; CERNUSAK, L.A; NIPPERT, J.B; OCHELTREE, T.W; TISSUE, D.T; MARTIN-STPAUL, N.K; ROGERS, A; WARREN, J.M; DE ANGELIS, P; HIKOSAKA, K; HAN, Q; ONODA, Y; GIMENO, T.E; BARTON, C.V.M; BENNIE, J; BONAL, D; BOSC, A; LÖW, M; MACININS-NG, C; REY, A; ROWLAND, L; SETTERFIELD, S.A; TAUSZ-POSCH, S; ZARAGOZA-CASTELLS, J; BROADMEADOW, M.S.J; DRAKE, J.E; FREEMAN, M; GHANNOUM, O; HUTLEY, L.B; KELLY, J.W; KIKUZAWA, K; KOLARI, P; KOYAMA, K; LIMOUSIN, J.-.M; MEIR, P; LOLA DA COSTA, A.C; MIKKELSEN, T.N; SALINAS, N; SUN, W; WINGATE, L. (2015) Optimal stomatal behaviour around the world, Nature Climate Change, 5, (5), p459-464, 10.1038/nclimate2550

Macinnis-Ng C, Wyse S, Veale A, Schwendenmann L, Clearwater M (In Press) Sap flow of the southern conifer, Agathis australis during wet and dry summers. Trees.

Macinnis-Ng C, Schwendenmann L. (2015) Litterfall, carbon and nitrogen cycling in a southern hemisphere conifer forest dominated by kauri (Agathis australis) during drought. Plant Ecology, 216: 247-262.

MACINNIS-NG, C. (2015) Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction, GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH, 53, (2), p226-227 10.1111/1745-5871.12077

Macinnis-Ng, C., Flores, E., Müller, H., Schwendenmann, L. (2014) Throughfall and Stemflow vary seasonally in different land-use types in a lower montane tropical region of Panama. Hydrological Processes, 28: 2174-2184.

Wyse, S., Macinnis-Ng, C., Burns, B., Clearwater, M., Schwendenmann, L. (2013) Species assemblage patterns around a dominant emergent tree are associated with drought resistance. Tree Physiology, 33: 1269-1283.

Macinnis-Ng, C., Schwendenmann, L., Clearwater, M. (2013) Radial varation of sap flow of kauri (Agathis australis) during wet and dry summers. Acta Horticulturae, 991: 205-214.

Whitley, R., Taylor, D., Macinnis-Ng, C., Zeppel, M., Yunusa, I., O’Grady, A., Froend, R., Medlyn, B., Eamus, D. (2013) Developing an empirical model of canopy water flux describing the common response of transpiration to solar radiation and VPD across five contrasting woodlands and forests. Hydrological Processes, 27: 1133-1146.

Macinnis-Ng, C., Flores, E., Müller, H., Schwendenmann, L. (2012) Rainfall partitioning into throughfall and stemflow and associated nutrient fluxes: land use impacts in a lower montane tropical region of Panama. Biogeochemistry, 111: 661-676.

Whitley, R., Macinnis-Ng, C., Zeppel, M., Williams, M., Hutley, L., Beringer, J., Eamus, D., (2011) Modelling productivity and water use across five years in a mixed C3 and C4 savanna using a soil-plant-atmosphere model: GPP is light limited, not water limited. Global Change Biology, 17: 3130-3149.

Macinnis-Ng, C., Zeppel, M., Williams, M., Eamus, D. (2011) Applying a SPA model to examine the impact of climate change on GPP of open woodlands and the potential for woody thickening. Ecohydrology, 4: 379-393.

Yunusa, I.A.M, Fuentes, S., Palmer, A.R., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., Zeppel, M., Eamus, D. (2011) Latent heat fluxes during two contrasting years from a juvenile plantation established over a waste disposal landscape. Journal of Hydrology, 399: 48-56.

Zeppel, M. Taylor, D., Tissue, D., Macinnis-Ng, C. and Eamus, D. (2010) Rates of nocturnal transpiration in two evergreen temperate woodland species using different water-use strategies. Tree Physiology, 30: 988-1000.

Yunusa, I., Zeppel, M., Fuentes, S., Macinnis-Ng, C., Palmer, A., Eamus, D. (2010) An assessment of the water budget for contrasting vegetation covers associated with water management. Hydrological Processes, 24: 1149-1158.

Palmer, A.R., Fuentes, S., Taylor, D., Macinnis-Ng, C., Zeppel, M., Yunusa, I., Eamus, D. (2010) Towards a spatial understanding of water use of several land-cover classes: an examination of relationships amongst pre-dawn leaf water potential, vegetation water use, aridity and MODIS LAI. Ecohydrology, 3: 1-10.

Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., S. Fuentes, A.P. O’Grady, A.R. Palmer, D. Taylor, R.J. Whitley, I. Yunusa, M.J.B. Zeppel, M. Hardie, D. Eamus. (2010) Root biomass distribution and soil properties of an open woodland on a duplex soil. Plant and Soil, 327: 377-388.

Macinnis-Ng, C and Eamus, D. (2009a). The increasing density of shrubs and trees across a landscape. Land and Water Australia, Canberra. 13 pp. Published online at http://lwa.gov.au/products/pn30131

Macinnis-Ng, C and Eamus, D. (2009b). Carbon uptake and water use of vegetation under climate change. Land and Water Australia, Canberra. 15 pp. Published online at http://lwa.gov.au/products/pn30132

Macinnis-Ng, C and Eamus, D. (2009c). Climate change and water use of native vegetation. Land and Water Australia, Canberra. 16 pp. Published online at http://lwa.gov.au/products/pn30134

Whitley, R. Medlyn, B., Zeppel, M., Macinnis-Ng, C., Eamus, D., (2009). Comparing the Penman-Monteith equation and a modified Jarvis- Stewart model with an artificial neural network to estimate stand-scale transpiration and canopy conductance. Journal of Hydrology. 373: 256-266.

Palmer, A.R., Fuentes, S., Taylor, D., Macinnis-Ng, C., Zeppel, M., Yunusa, I., February, E., Eamus, D. (2008). The use of pre-dawn leaf water potential and MODIS LAI to explore seasonal trends in the phenology of Australian and southern African woodlands and savannas. Australian Journal of Botany. 56: 557-563.

Zeppel, M., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., Palmer, A., Taylor, D., Whitley, R., Fuentes, S., Yunusa, I., Williams, M., Eamus, D. (2008) An analysis of the sensitivity of sap flux to soil and plant variables assessed for an Australian woodland using a soil-plant-atmosphere model. Functional Plant Biology. 35: 509-520.

Eamus, E., Taylor, D.T., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., Shanahan, S., De Silva, L. (2008) Comparing model predictions and experimental data for the response of stomatal conductance and guard cell turgor to manipulations of cuticular conductance, leaf-to-air vapour pressure difference and temperature: feedback mechanisms are able to account for all observations. Plant, Cell and Environment. 31: 269-277.

Zeppel, M., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., Ford, C.R., Eamus, D. (2008) The response of sap flow to pulses of rain in a temperate Australian woodland. Plant and Soil. 305: 121-130.

Whitley, R., Zeppel, M., Armstrong, N., Macinnis-Ng, C., Yunusa, I., Eamus, D. (2008) A modified Jarvis-Stewart model for predicting stand-scale transpiration of an Australian native forest. Plant and Soil. 305: 35-47.

Ingleton, T., Kobayashi, T., Sandersan, B., Patra, R., Macinnis-Ng, C., Hindmarsh, B. and Bowling, L. (2008) Investigations of the temporal variation of cyanobacterial and other phytoplanktonic cells at the offtake of a large reservoir, and their survival following passage through it. Hydrobiologia. 603: 221-240.

Zeppel, M.J.B., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., Yunusa, I.A.M., Armstrong, N., Whitley, R, and Eamus, D. (2008) Long term trends of stand transpiration in a remnant forest during wet and dry years. Journal of Hydrology. 349: 200-213.

Ralph, P.J., Smith, R., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. and Seery, C.R. (2007) Use of fluorescence ecotoxicological assays in monitoring toxicants and pollution in aquatic systems. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry 89: 589-607. Special issue on fluorometric methods in ecotoxicological studies.

Ralph, P.J., Tomasko, D., Moore, K., Seddon, S. and Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. (2006) Human impacts on seagrass: eutrophication, sedimentation and contamination. In: Larkum, A.W.D., Orth, R. and Duarte, C. (Eds.) Seagrasses: Biology, Ecology and Conservation. Springer, The Netherlands. pp. 567-593.

Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., Morrison, D.A. and Ralph, P.J. (2005) Morphological variation in the brown alga, Hormosira banksii. Botanica Marina. 48: 198-207.

Eamus, D., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O., Hose, G.C., Zeppel, M.J.B., Taylor, D.T. and Murray, B.R. (2005) Turner Review: Ecosystem services: an ecophysiological examination. Australian Journal of Botany. 53: 1-19.

Ralph, P.J., Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. and Frankart, C. (2005) Fluorescence imaging application; effect of leaf age on seagrass photokinetics. Aquatic Botany. 81:69-84.

McClenahan, K., Macinnis-Ng, C. and Eamus, D. (2004) Hydraulic architecture and water relations of several species at diverse sites around Sydney. Australian Journal of Botany. 52: 509-518.

Macinnis-Ng, C., McClenahan, K. and Eamus, D. (2004) Convergence in hydraulic architecture and primary production across four Sydney habitats. Functional Plant Biology. 31: 429-439.

Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. and Ralph, P.J. (2004b) In situ impact of multiple pulses of metal and herbicide on the seagrass, Zostera capricorni. Aquatic Toxicology. 67: 227-237.

Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. and Ralph, P.J. (2004a) Variations in sensitivity to copper and zinc amongst three isolated populations of the seagrass, Zostera capricorni. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 302: 63-83.

Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. and Ralph, P.J. (2003b) In situ impact of petrochemicals on the photosynthesis of the seagrass Zostera capricorni. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 46: 1395-1407.

Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. and Ralph, P.J. (2003a) Short-term impact and recovery of Zostera capricorni photosynthesis after herbicide exposure. Aquatic Botany. 76: 1-15.

Macinnis-Ng, C.M.O. and Ralph, P.J. (2002) A novel in situ technique for monitoring the impact of heavy metals on Zostera capricorni. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 45: 100-106.

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