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    Professor Neal Enright
    BA (Hons I), PhD

    Emeritus Professor

    About me

    I am an Emeritus Professor at Murdoch University, having retired at the end of 2018. From 2013 to 2018 I was Dean of Graduate Studies, with responsibility for policy and procedures relating to the candidature of graduate research degree students of the university. I continue to undertake research and PhD student supervisions in Environmental and Conservation Sciences at Murdoch, and am Editor-in-Chief (since 2009) of the Springer Publications journal, Plant Ecology. Current research foci are on the ecology and management of native plant species and communities in fire-prone ecosystems, and of climate change impacts on native vegetation of Mediterranean-climate type shrublands and woodlands. My research seeks to integrate field and experimental studies with laboratory, glasshouse and computer simulation analyses to address both pure and applied questions in plant ecology.

    Orcid ID: 0000-0003-2979-4505

    I have occupied research and teaching positions at McGill University (1979-82), University of Auckland (1982-89), University of Melbourne (1989-2008) and Murdoch University (2008+). My main areas of teaching and higher degree supervision are in plant population and community ecology and restoration ecology, and are strongly informed by the research that I do. I have published more than 150 refereed journal papers and book chapters, and have edited several books on aspects of plant ecology. Inquiries from prospective graduate students are welcomed.

    Teaching area

    I am not teaching in my current position, but continue to supervise Honours and graduate research degree students.

    Research areas

    • the ecology and management of fire-prone mediterranean-climate type shrublands in SW Australia
    • climate-change impacts on fire-prone  shrublands and woodlands in Southern Australia and western North America
    • the ecology, conservation and restoration of urban woodland fragments
    • the ecology of tropical and southern hemisphere conifers
    • the demography of woody plants
    • soil seed bank studies

    Current projects

    Current projects:

    • Fire regimes and demographic responses interact to threaten woody species. Funding from ARC Discovery Grant DP170101288 to Enright, NJ, Fontaine, JB, Veblen, T.T., Jeltsch, F. – Project summary: This project extends and tests our Interval Squeeze conceptual model which predicts fire-climate interaction impacts on plant species persistence. Working across two continents we will quantify effects of projected shortening fire intervals, lower rainfall and elevated temperatures on woody plant species demography.
    • Wicked problems: optimising fire management for a resilient future. Funding from ARC Linkage Grant LP160100996 to Enright, NJ, Fontaine, JB, Miller, BP.  – Project summary: Fire risk management is a conundrum for agencies responsible both for protection of life and property and biodiversity conservation. Global change factors (rainfall decline, warming, invasive species, ecosystem fragmentation) interact with changes in fire regime (interval and season) associated with prescribed burning to affect the regeneration capacity of native species. We will quantify these interactions to reveal the complex vulnerabilities of native ecosystems to managed fire and derive clear management guidelines that simultaneously optimise risk minimisation and ecosystem resilience in the face of global change.
    • Population dynamics of the tropical rainforest conifer, Podocarpus neriifolius. Funding from the Centre for Tropical Forest Studies, Harvard University. USA. to Enright, N.J. – Project summary: The population dynamic behavior of conifer species in tropical rainforests is largely unknown. Conifers are often absent from such forests, or are present only as a very low density component of the flora. This project investigates how a podocarp species persists a in tropical forest in Thailand by examining two lines of evidence concerning their population dynamic behaviour; 1) demography – pollen and seed production and dispersal, seedling recruitment, growth and survival, and 2) ecophysiology – light environment, photosynthetic and water-use efficiency of podocarp saplings relative to angiosperm neighbours.

    Recently completed projects:

    • Keeping pace with a changing climate: can Australian plants count on rapid evolution?  Funding from ARC Discovery grant  DP130103029 to He, T., Enright, N.J. & Liu, L. – Project summary: Evolutionary adaptation can be rapid and help species counter environmental stress arising from climate change. By integrating field and common garden experiments with cutting-edge genomic technology and analysis, this project seeks to reveal whether adaptation and evolution are quick enough to keep pace with projected rapid climate change, whether Australian plants harbour adequate adaptive genetic variation to respond to stress, and how this may vary among key plant groups.
    • Procedures for restoration of degraded urban Banksia woodland fragments using topsoil transfer. Funding from DEC WA. to Enright, N.J., Fontaine, J.B. and Ladd, P.G. - Project  summary: This study focuses on experimental approaches to Banksia woodland reconstruction/restoration, trialling a range of treatments (and treatment combinations) including topsoil transfer, broadcast seed mixes (including seed coatings/pre-treatments), in-planting, weed management (pre/post topsoil transfer), herbivore control, soil ripping, use of wetting agents/smoke/supplementary watering.  Native species plant growth and survival in relation to treatments is being monitored, with soil moisture probes to 1 m depth tracking relationships between soil water infiltration (e.g. effects of ripping/wetting agents, supplementary watering), root development, growth and survival by species and plant functional type.
    • Dispersal and persistence of large-seeded forest species under global environmental change.  Funding from ARC Discovery grant DP110101480 to Enright, N.J., Krauss, S., Lamont, B.B. & Nathan, R.  – Project summary: This project quantifies the frequency and distance of seed dispersal in species of SW Australian forests for which emus are the assumed primary disperser, using modern and innovative tracking and genetic techniques. We aim to determine the emu’s role in the population dynamics and persistence of large-seeded endemic forest species for sites with contrasting emu abundance as a result of human impacts on habitat, identifying how these dynamics differ for intact versus impacted forests and how responses vary among plant species with differing life-history trait sets, and modeling how disperser decline or loss will affect species responses toglobal environmental change.
    • Climate change impacts on high biodiversity shrublands of the Mid-West region, SW Australia. Funding from DEC WA to Enright, N.J.  – Project summary:  This project takes advantage of a novel field situation in the biodiversity hotspot northern sandplain shrublands of Western Australia to establish a natural experiment where plant community composition, climate, and biotic interactions are held constant, while water availability varies in relation to soil depth across a dune-swale sequence, to examine the impacts of climate change on vegetation. The research integrates empirical and experimental studies in ecohydrology and plant demography (including the use of rain-out shelters and temperature increase chambers) to develop an understanding of climate/soil-water/plant response relationships that will provide predictive power on climate change impacts.

    Awards and grants

    Current, and recent, research project funding:

    • Enright, NJ, Fontaine, JB, Veblen, T.T., Jeltsch, F. 2017-2019 ($536,000) ARC Discovery Grant DP170101288 – Fire regimes and demographic responses interact to threaten woody species.
    • Enright, NJ, Fontaine, JB, Miller, BP. 2016-2021 (ARC $455,000 & Industry $160,000) ARC Linkage Grant LP160100996 – Wicked problems: optimising fire management for a resilient future.
    • Ayers, T, Luca, J., Enright N, (and 5 others) 2016 ($40,000) OLT Grant SD15-5097 Exploring the impact and national implementation of iPREP: a post-submission industry program for PhD candidates.
    • Enright, N.J. & Ladd, P.G. 2014- ($16,500) Ecology, conservation and management of Callitris preissii and Melaleuca lanceolata stands, Garden Island. Australian Government, Department of Defence
    • Enright, N.J  2012-  Population dynamics of the rare conifer, Podocarpus neriifolius, in lowland tropical rainforest. Centre for Tropical Forest Studies, Harvard University. USA. ($15,000)

    Professional and community service

    2012, 2018   Member (and Deputy Chair in 2018), Biology and Biotechnology Research Evaluation Panel, ERA 2012, ERA 2018

    2016, 2019   Panel member, DFG Biodiversity Exploratories Grant Panel, Germany

    2009+   Editor-in-Chief of the international journal, Plant Ecology (Springer Publishers, Dortrecht, The Netherlands)

    2012 – 2016   Australian – American Fulbright Commission – selection panel member for Western Australia

    2011 – 2012  W.A. Government Department of Commerce, Innovation Fellowship program – selection panel member

     

    Doctoral and masters supervisions

    Current  PhD students:

    Mr Russell Miller

    Ms Michelle Agne – Joint Doctoral Degree with University of Washington, USA

    Mr Rodrigo Souto Veiga - Joint Doctoral Degree with University of Potsdam, Germany

    Mr Trang Pham

    Recently completed post-graduate students:

    Dr Hayley D’Agui (2017) – PhD Curtin University (co-supervisor with Dr Tianhua He)

    Dr Pawel Waryszak (2017) – Optimising the ecological values of topsoil transfer in rehabilitation of degraded urban banksia woodland fragments. PhD Murdoch University.

    Ms Laily Mukaromah (2017) - Hyperspectral (HyMap) imagery and field-based ecological analysis for plant community assessment on Rottnest Island, Western Australia. M.Phil. Murdoch University.

    Dr Andrew Nield (2014) – Impacts of forest fragmentation and dispersal vector loss on the ecology of large-seeded species of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forests in SW Australia. PhD Murdoch University.

    Dr Amity Williams  (2013) – Climate change impacts on high diversity shrublands, Mid-West region, SW Australia. PhD. Murdoch University.

    Dr Vanessa Westcott (2011) The effects of increased fire frequency on biodiversity of northern sandplain kwongan vegetation. PhD. The University of Melbourne.

    Ms Janneke Lade (2011) The effects of increased fire frequency on biodiversity of calcareous shrublands in SW Australia. M.Phil. The University of Melbourne.

    Dr Marc Bellette (2010) The biogeography and ecology of Xanthorrhoea glauca subsp. angustifolia in south-eastern Australia. PhD. The University of Melbourne.

    Dr Angela Burley (2010) Ecological impacts of socio-economic change on a tropical forest: the demography of traditional forest resource tree species on Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea. PhD. The University of Melbourne.

    Dr Alexandra Esther (2010) A computer simulation model exploration of factors facilitating plant species co-existence in high diversity shrublands of SW Australia. PhD. University of Potsdam, Germany (co-supervised with Prof Florian Jeltsch)

    Dr Dulana Herath (2009) Fire impacts on restored shrublands following mining for heavy minerals in southwestern Australia. PhD. Curtin University (co-supervision with Prof B. Lamont)

    Dr Kelly Hunt  (2009) Herbivory and species co-existence in high diversity shrublands near Eneabba, WA. PhD. The University of Melbourne.

    Dr Trevor Meers (2007) The role of plant functional traits in determining the response of vegetation to land-usechange on the Delatite Peninsula. PhD. School of Forest & Ecosystem Science. The University of Melbourne. (co-supervised with Dr S. Cassel)

    Dr Corinna Orscheg (2006) Ecology and management of the Box-ironbark ecosystem, centralVictoria. PhD. The University of Melbourne.

    Publications

    Chapters

    • Enright, N., Keith, D., Clarke, M., Miller, B., (2012),Fire regimes in Australian sclerophyllous shrubby ecosystems: heathlands, heathy woodlands and mallee woodlands,In: Flammable Australia: Fire Regimes, Biodiversity and Ecosystems in a Changing World, CSIRO PUBLISHING, pages 215 to 234.
    • Enright, N., (2011),Fire and Ecosystem Function,In: Handbook of Biogeography, Sage Publications Ltd, pages 210 to 228.

    Journals

    • Ruthrof, K., Breshears, D., Fontaine, J., Froend, R., Matusick, G., Kala, J., Miller, B., Mitchell, P., Wilson, S., Van Keulen, M., Enright, N., Law, D., Wernberg, T., Hardy, G., (2018), Subcontinental heat wave triggers terrestrial and marine, multi-taxa responses, Scientific Reports, 8, 13094, pages 1 - 9.
    • Perry, G., Miller, B., Lamont, B., Enright, N., (2017), Community-level spatial structure supports a model of stochastic geometry in species-rich shrublands, Oikos: a journal of ecology, 126, 6, pages 833 - 842.
    • Blong, R., Enright, N., Grasso, P., (2017), Preservation of thin tephra, Journal of Applied Volcanology, 6, 1, pages 10 -.
    • Lim, S., D'Agui, H., Enright, N., He, T., (2017), De novo Assembly Gene Annotation, and SSR Marker Detection Using Leaf Transcriptome Sequencing in Banksia hookeriana (Proteaceae), Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics, , , pages -.
    • D'Agui, H., Fowler, W., Lim, S., Enright, N., He, T., (2016), Phenotypic variation and differentiated gene expression of Australian plants in response to declining rainfall, Advances in Applied Probability, , , pages -.
    • He, T., D'Agui, H., Lim, S., Enright, N., Luo, Y., (2016), Evolutionary potential and adaptation of Banksia attenuata (Proteaceae) to climate and fire regime in southwestern Australia, a global biodiversity hotspot, Scientific Reports, 6, , pages -.
    • Nield, A., Enright, N., Ladd, P., (2016), Fire-stimulated reproduction in the resprouting, non-serotinous conifer Podocarpus drouynianus (Podocarpaceae): the impact of a changing fire regime, Population Ecology, 58, 1, pages 179 - 187.
    • Enright, N., Fontaine, J., Bowman, D., Bradstock, R., Williams, R., (2015), Interval squeeze: altered fire regimes and demographic responses interact to threaten woody species persistence as climate changes, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13, 5, pages 265 - 272.
    • Perry, G., Wilmshurst, J., Ogden, J., Enright, N., (2015), Exotic Mammals and Invasive Plants Alter Fire-Related Thresholds in Southern Temperate Forested Landscapes, Ecosystems, 18, 7, pages 1290 - 1305.
    • Clarke, P., Lawes, M., Murphy, B., Russell-Smith, J., Nano, C., Bradstock, R., Enright, N., Fontaine, J., Gosper, C., Radford, I., Midgley, J., Gunton, R., (2015), A synthesis of postfire recovery traits of woody plants in Australian ecosystems, Science of the Total Environment, 534, , pages 31 - 42.
    • Kasel, S., Bell, T., Enright, N., Meers, T., (2015), Restoration potential of native forests after removal of conifer plantation: A perspective from Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, 338, , pages 148 - 162.
    • Nunes, J., Schaefer, C., Junior, W., Neri, A., Correa, G., Enright, N., (2015), Soil-vegetation relationships on a banded ironstone 'island', Carajas Plateau, Brazilian Eastern Amazonia, Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 87, 4, pages 2097 - 2110.
    • Gower, K., Fontaine, J., Birnbaum, C., Enright, N., (2015), Sequential disturbance effects of hailstorm and fire on vegetation in a Mediterranean-type ecosystem, Ecosystems, 18, 7, pages 1121 - 1134.
    • Fowler, W., Fontaine, J., Enright, N., Veber, W., (2015), Evaluating restoration potential of transferred topsoil, Applied Vegetation Science, 18, 3, pages 379 - 390.
    • Bellette, M., Lawrence, R., Enright, N., (2015), The effect of burnt soils on growth of Xanthorrhoea glauca subsp angustifolia (Xanthorrhoeaceae) seedlings in box-ironbark ecosystems, northern central Victoria, Australian Journal of Botany, 63, 8, pages 657 - 663.
    • Enright, N., Fontaine, J., Lamont, B., Miller, B., Westcott, V., (2014), Resistance and resilience to changing climate and fire regime depend on plant functional traits, Journal of Ecology, 102, 6, pages 1572 - 1581.
    • Nield, A., Monaco, S., Birnbaum, C., Enright, N., (2014), Regeneration failure threatens persistence of Persoonia elliptica (Proteaceae) in Western Australian jarrah forests, Plant Ecology, 216, 2, pages 189 - 198.
    • Elliott, C., Enright, N., Allcock, R., Gardner, M., Meglecz, E., Anthony, J., Krauss, S., (2014), Microsatellite markers from the Ion Torrent: a multi-speciescontrast to 454 shotgun sequencing, Molecular Ecology Resources, 14, 3, pages 554 - 568.
    • Perry, G., Miller, B., Enright, N., Lamont, B., (2014), Stochastic geometry best explains spatial associations among species pairs and plant functional types in species-rich shrublands, Oikos: a journal of ecology, 123, 1, pages 99 - 110.
    • Westcott, V., Enright, N., Miller, B., Fontaine, J., Lade, J., Lamont, B., (2014), Biomass and litter accumulation patterns in species-rich shrublands for fire hazard assessment, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 23, 6, pages 860 - 871.
    • Enright, N., Fontaine, J., (2014), Climate Change and the Management of Fire-Prone Vegetation in Southwest and Southeast Australia, Geographical Research, 52, 1, pages 34 - 44.
    • Enright, N., Miller, B., Perry, G., Goldblum, D., Jaffre, T., (2014), Stress-tolerator leaf traits determine population dynamics in the endangered New Caledonian conifer Araucaria muelleri, Austral Ecology, 39, 1, pages 60 - 71.
    • Clarke, P., Lawes, M., Midgley, J., Lamont, B., Burrows, G., Enright, N., Knox, K., (2013), Resprouting as a key functional trait: how buds, protection and resources drive persistence after fire, New Phytologist (Print), 197, 1, pages 19 - 35.
    • Groneveld, J., Enright, N., Lamont, B., Reineking, B., Frank, K., Perry, G., (2013), Species-Specific Traits plus Stabilizing Processes Best Explain Coexistence in Biodiverse Fire-Prone Plant Communities, PLoS One, 8, 5, pages -.
    • Perry, G., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., (2013), Do plant functional traits determine spatial pattern? A test on species-rich shrublands, Western Australia, Journal of Vegetation Science: official organ of the international association for vegetation science, 24, 3, pages 441 - 452.
    • Enright, N., Nunez, M., (2013), The Braun-Blanquet reviews in Plant Ecology: in honour of our founding editor, Josias Braun-Blanquet, Plant Ecology, 214, 12, pages 1417 - 1418.
    • Smith, A., Newsome, D., Enright, N., (2012), Does provision of firewood reduce woody debris loss around campsites in south-west Australian forests?, Australian Journal of Environmental Management, 19, 2, pages 108 - 121.
    • Miller, B., Walshe, T., Enright, N., Lamont, B., (2012), Grasstree stem analysis reveals insufficient data for inference of fire history, Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 95, 2, pages 95 - 102.
    • Merwin, L., He, T., Lamont, B., Enright, N., Krauss, S., (2012), Low Rate of Between-Population Seed Dispersal Restricts Genetic Connectivity and Metapopulation Dynamics in a Clonal Shrub, PLoS One, 7, 11, pages 1 - 9.
    • Fontaine, J., Wescott, V., Enright, N., Lade, J., Miller, B., (2012), Fire behaviour in south-western Australian shrublands: evaluating the influence of fuel age and fire weather, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 21, 4, pages 385 - 395.
    • Meers, T., Enright, N., Bell, T., Kasel, S., (2012), Deforestation strongly affects soil seed banks in eucalypt forests: Generalisations in functional traits and implications for restoration, Forest Ecology and Management, 266, , pages 94 - 107.
    • Orscheg, C., Enright, N., (2011), Patterns of seed longevity and dormancy in obligate seeding legumes of box-ironbark forests, south-eastern Australia, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 36, 2, pages 185 - 194.
    • Burley, A., Enright, N., Mayfield, M., (2011), Demographic response and life history of traditional forest resource tree species in a tropical mosaic landscape in Papua New Guinea, Forest Ecology and Management, 262, 5, pages 750 - 758.
    • Cernusak, L., Adie, H., Bellingham, P., Dickie, I., Biffin, E., Brodribb, T., Coomes, D., Dalling, J., Enright, N., Ladd, P., Kitayama, K., Lambers, H., Lawes, M., Lusk, C., Morley, R., Turner, B., (2011), Podocarpaceae in Tropical Forests: A Synthesis, Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, 95, , pages 189 - 202.
    • Enright, N., Fontaine, J., Westcott, V., Lade, J., Miller, B., (2011), Fire interval effects on persistence of resprouter species in Mediterranean-type shrublands, Plant Ecology, 212, 12, pages 2071 - 2083.
    • Enright, N., Jaffre, T., (2011), Ecology and Distribution of the Malesian Podocarps, Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, 95, , pages 57 - 78.
    • Ladd, P., Enright, N., (2011), Ecology of Fire-Tolerant Podocarps in Temperate Australian Forests, Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, 95, , pages 141 - 156.
    • Esther, A., Groeneveld, J., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., Perry, G., Tietjen, B., Jeltsch, F., (2011), Low-dimensional trade-offs fail to explain richness and structure in species-rich plant communities, Theoretical Ecology, 4, 4, pages 495 - 511.
    • Orscheg, C., Enright, N., Coates, F., Thomas, I., (2011), Recruitment limitation in dry sclerophyll forests: Regeneration requirements and potential density-dependent effects in Eucalyptus tricarpa (L.A.S. Johnson) L.A.S. Johnson & K.D. Hill (Myrtaceae), Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 36, 8, pages 936 - 943.
    • Lamont, B., Enright, N., He, T., (2011), Fitness and evolution of resprouters in relation to fire, Plant Ecology, 212, 12, pages 1945 - 1957.
    • Enright, N., Cao, K., (2010), Plant ecology in China, Plant Ecology, 209, 2, pages 181 - 187.
    • Meers, T., Bell, T., Enright, N., Kasel, S., (2010), Do generalisations of global trade-offs in plant design apply to an Australian sclerophyllous flora?, Australian Journal of Botany, 58, 4, pages 257 - 270.
    • Esther, A., Groeneveld, J., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., Perry, G., Blank, F., Jeltsch, F., (2010), Sensitivity of plant functional types to climate change: Classification tree analysis of a simulation model, Journal of Vegetation Science: official organ of the international association for vegetation science, 21, 3, pages 447 - 461.
    • Rigg, L., Enright, N., Jaffre, T., Perry, G., (2010), Contrasting Population Dynamics of the Endemic New Caledonian Conifer Araucaria laubenfelsii in Maquis and Rain Forest, Biotropica, 42, 4, pages 479 - 487.
    • Miller, B., Perry, G., Enright, N., Lamont, B., (2010), Contrasting spatial pattern and pattern-forming processes in natural vs. restored shrublands, Journal of Applied Ecology: ecology with management relevance, 47, 3, pages 701 - 709.
    • He, T., Lamont, B., Krauss, S., Enright, N., (2010), Genetic connectivity and inter-population seed dispersal of Banksia hookeriana at the landscape scale, Annals of Botany, 106, 3, pages 457 - 466.
    • Perry, G., Ogden, J., Enright, N., Davy, L., (2010), Vegetation patterns and trajectories in disturbed landscapes, Great Barrier Island, northern New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 34, 3, pages 311 - 323.
    • Meers, T., Kasel, S., Bell, T., Enright, N., (2010), Conversion of native forest to exotic Pinus radiata plantation: response of understorey plant composition using a plant functional trait approach, Forest Ecology and Management, 259, 3, pages 399 - 409.
    • Herath, D., Lamont, B., Enright, N., Miller, B., (2009), Comparison of Post-Mine Rehabilitated and Natural Shrubland Communities in Southwestern Australia, Restoration Ecology, 17, 5, pages 577 - 585.
    • Lenczewski, M., Rigg, L., Enright, N., Jaffre, T., Kelly, H., (2009), Microbial communities of ultramafic soils in maquis and rainforest at Mont Do, New Caledonia, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 34, , pages 567 - 576.
    • Herath, D., Lamont, B., Enright, N., Miller, B., (2009), Impact of fire on plant-species persistence in post-mine restored and natural shrubland communities in southwestern Australia, Biological Conservation, 142, 10, pages 2175 - 2180.
    • He, T., Lamont, B., Krauss, S., Enright, N., Miller, B., Gove, A., (2009), Ants cannot account for interpopulation dispersal of the arillate pea Daviesia triflora, New Phytologist (Print), 181, , pages 725 - 733.
    • He, T., Lamont, B., Krauss, S., Enright, N., Miller, B., (2009), Long-distance dispersal of seeds in the fire-tolerant shrub Banksia attenuata, Ecography: pattern and diversity in ecology, 32, 4, pages 571 - 580.
    • Perry, G., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., Etienne, R., (2009), Dispersal, edaphic fidelity and speciation in species-rich Western Australian shrublands: evaluating a neutral model of biodiversity, Oikos: a journal of ecology, 118, , pages 1349 - 1362.
    • Perry, G., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., (2009), Nearest-neighbour interactions in species-rich shrublands: the roles of abundance, spatial patterns and resources, Oikos: a journal of ecology, 118, , pages 161 - 174.
    • Krauss, S., He, T., Barrett, L., Lamont, B., Enright, N., Miller, B., Hanley, M., (2009), Contrasting impacts of pollen and seed dispersal on spatial genetic structure in the bird-pollinated Banksia hookeriana, Heredity, 102, , pages 274 - 285.
    • Groeneveld, J., Enright, N., Lamont, B., (2008), Simulating the effects of different spatio-temporal fire regimes on plant metapopulation persistence in a Mediterranean-type region, Journal of Applied Ecology: ecology with management relevance, 45, , pages 1477 - 1485.
    • Esther, A., Groeneveld, J., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., Perry, G., Schurr, F., Jeltsch, F., (2008), Assessing the importance of seed immigration on coexistence of plant functional types in a species-rich ecosystem, Ecological Modelling, 213, , pages 402 - 416.
    • He, T., Lamont, B., Krauss, S., Enright, N., Miller, B., (2008), Covariation between intraspecific genetic diversity and species diversity within a plant functional group, Journal of Ecology, 96, , pages 956 - 961.
    • Perry, G., Enright, N., Miller, B., Lamont, B., (2008), Spatial patterns in species-rich sclerophyll shrublands of southwestern Australia, Journal of Vegetation Science: official organ of the international association for vegetation science, 19, 5, pages 705 - 716.
    • Meers, T., Bell, T., Enright, N., Kasel, S., (2008), The role of plant functional traits in determining the vegetation composition of abandoned grazing land in north-eastern Victoria, Australia, Journal of Vegetation Science: official organ of the international association for vegetation science, 19, , pages 515 - 524.
    • Enright, N., Thomas, I., (2008), Pre-European fire regimes in Australian ecosystems, Geography Compass, 2/4, , pages 979 - 1011.
    • Enright, N., Lamont, B., Miller, B., Johnson, N., (2007), Soil versus canopy seed storage and plant species coexistence in species-rich shrublands of southwestern Australia, Ecology, 88, , pages 2292 - 2304.
    • Miller, B., Walshe, T., Enright, N., Lamont, B., (2007), Error in the inference of fire history from grasstrees, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 32, , pages 908 - 916.
    • Perry, G., Enright, N., (2007), Contrasting Outcomes of Spatially Implicit and Spatially Explicit Models of Vegetation Dynamics in a Forest-Shrubland Mosaic, Ecological Modelling, 207, , pages 327 - 338.
    • Enright, N., Miller, B., (2007), Livestock grazing impacts on desert vegetation, Khirthar National Park, Pakistan, Rangeland Ecology & Management, 60, 6, pages 680 - 684.
    • Lamont, B., Enright, N., Witkowski, E., Groeneveld, J., (2007), Conservation biology of banksias: insights from natural history to simulation modelling, Australian Journal of Botany, 55, , pages 280 - 292.
    • Perry, G., Enright, N., (2006), Spatially explicit landscape ecological models: a review of methods and applications, Physical Geography, 30, , pages 47 - 72.
    • Krauss, S., He, T., Lamont, B., Miller, B., Enright, N., (2006), Late Quaternary climate change and spatial genetic structure in the shrub Banksia hookeriana, Molecular Ecology, 15, , pages 1125 - 1137.
    • Perry, G., Miller, B., Enright, N., (2006), A Comparison of Some Commonly Used Methods for the Statistical Analysis of Spatial Point Patterns, Plant Ecology, 187, , pages 59 - 82.
    • Enright, N., Lamont, B., Miller, B., (2006), Commentary: Anomalies in grasstree fir history reconstructions for southwestern Australian vegetation, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 31, , pages 792 - 793.
    • Enright, N., Miller, B., Akhter, R., (2005), Desert vegetation and vegetation-environment relationships in Kirthar National Park, Sindh, Pakistan, Journal of Arid Environments, 61, , pages 397 - 418.
    • Enright, N., Lamont, B., Miller, B., (2005), Anomalies in grasstree fire history reconstructions for southwestern Australian vegetation, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 30, , pages 668 - 673.
    • He, T., Krauss, S., Lamont, B., Miller, B., Enright, N., (2004), Long distance seed dispersal in a metapopulation of Banksia hookeriana inferred from a population allocation analysis of AFLP data, Molecular Ecology, 13, , pages 1099 - 1109.
    • Comino, E., Miller, B., Enright, N., (2004), Restoration of ecological process (soil seedbank) in a box-ironbark forest mine-site revegetation program at Stawell, western Victoria (SE Australia), Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 10, , pages 9 - 20.
    • Lamont, B., He, T., Enright, N., Krauss, S., Miller, B., (2003), Anthropogenic disturbance promotes hybridization between Banksia species by altering their biology, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 16, , pages 551 - 557.
    • Enright, N., He, T., Krauss, S., Lamont, B., Miller, B., (2003), Genetic variation and biogeographic history in the restricted southwestern Australian shrub, Banksia hookeriana, Physical Geography, 24, , pages 358 - 377.
    • Brown, J., Enright, N., Miller, B., (2003), Seed production and germination in two rare and three common, co-occurring Acacia species from SE Australia, Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, 28, , pages 271 - 280.
    • Chiarucci, A., Enright, N., Perry, G., Miller, B., Lamont, B., (2003), Performance of nonparametric species richness estimators in a high diversity plant community, Diversity and Distributions: a journal of conservation biogeography, 9, , pages 283 - 295.
    • Perry, G., Enright, N., (2003), Spatial Modelling of Alternative Future Landscapes Under Climate Change and Fire Suppression, Mont Do, New Caledonia, Pacific Conservation Biology: a journal dedicated to conservation and wildlife management in the Pacific region, 9, , pages 248 - 264.
    • Enright, N., Miller, B., Perry, G., (2003), Demography of the long-lived conifer Agathis ovata (Araucariaceae) in maquis and rainforest, New Caledonia, Journal of Vegetation Science: official organ of the international association for vegetation science, 14, , pages 625 - 636.

    Conference

    • Ladd, P., Enright, N., Crosti, R., (2007),A variable sense of place as exemplified in an iconic urban reserve in Western Australia,In: Globalisation and Landscape Architecture (GaLA) Conference (2007).
    • Enright, N., Groeneveld, J., Lamont, B., Miller, B., (2005),Grasstree reconstructions of pre-European fire regimes and models of Banksia (Proteaceae) species co-existence in the northern sandplain shrublands of Southwestern Australia: are they compatible?,In: Proceedings of a workshop held 26 September 2003, Albany Western Australia (2003).