Gunnar Keppel
Gunnar Keppel
Senior Lecturer in Environmental Biology, University of South Australia
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Refugia: identifying and understanding safe havens for biodiversity under climate change
G Keppel, KP Van Niel, GW Wardell‐Johnson, CJ Yates, M Byrne, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 21 (4), 393-404, 2012
Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses
BS Steidinger, TW Crowther, J Liang, ME Van Nuland, GDA Werner, ...
Nature 569 (7756), 404-408, 2019
The capacity of refugia for conservation planning under climate change
G Keppel, K Mokany, GW Wardell-Johnson, BL Phillips, JA Welbergen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (2), 106-112, 2015
Refugia: keys to climate change management
G Keppel, GW Wardell‐Johnson
Global change biology 18 (8), 2389-2391, 2012
The number of tree species on Earth
R Cazzolla Gatti, PB Reich, JGP Gamarra, T Crowther, C Hui, A Morera, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2115329119, 2022
Changing perspectives on the biogeography of the tropical South Pacific: influences of dispersal, vicariance and extinction
G Keppel, AJ Lowe, HP Possingham
Journal of Biogeography 36 (6), 1035-1054, 2009
Characteristics of climate change refugia for A ustralian biodiversity
AE Reside, JA Welbergen, BL Phillips, GW Wardell‐Johnson, G Keppel, ...
Austral Ecology 39 (8), 887-897, 2014
Drivers of lowland rain forest community assembly, species diversity and forest structure on islands in the tropical South Pacific
G Keppel, YM Buckley, HP Possingham
Journal of Ecology 98 (1), 87-95, 2010
The rarest and least protected forests in biodiversity hotspots
TW Gillespie, B Lipkin, L Sullivan, DR Benowitz, S Pau, G Keppel
Biodiversity and Conservation 21, 3597-3611, 2012
Conservation in tropical Pacific Island countries: why most current approaches are failing
G Keppel, C Morrison, D Watling, MV Tuiwawa, IA Rounds
Conservation Letters 5 (4), 256-265, 2012
Linking plant functional ecology to island biogeography
G Ottaviani, G Keppel, L Götzenberger, S Harrison, ØH Opedal, L Conti, ...
Trends in Plant Science 25 (4), 329-339, 2020
Rapid characterisation of vegetation structure to predict refugia and climate change impacts across a global biodiversity hotspot
AGT Schut, GW Wardell-Johnson, CJ Yates, G Keppel, I Baran, ...
PLoS One 9 (1), e82778, 2014
Globally consistent impact of tropical cyclones on the structure of tropical and subtropical forests
T Ibanez, G Keppel, C Menkes, TW Gillespie, M Lengaigne, M Mangeas, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 279-292, 2019
Isolated and vulnerable: the history and future of Pacific Island terrestrial biodiversity
G Keppel, C Morrison, JY Meyer, HJ Boehmer
Pacific Conservation Biology 20 (2), 136-145, 2014
Isolated with persistence or dynamically connected? Genetic patterns in a common granite outcrop endemic
SL Tapper, M Byrne, CJ Yates, G Keppel, SD Hopper, K Van Niel, ...
Diversity and Distributions 20 (9), 987-1001, 2014
Towards an eco-evolutionary understanding of endemism hotspots and refugia
G Keppel, G Ottaviani, S Harrison, GW Wardell-Johnson, M Marcantonio, ...
Annals of Botany 122 (6), 927-934, 2018
Large-and small-scale environmental factors drive distributions of cool-adapted plants in karstic microrefugia
Z Bátori, A Vojtkó, T Farkas, A Szabó, K Havadtői, AE Vojtkó, C Tölgyesi, ...
Annals of Botany 119 (2), 301-309, 2017
Integrated global assessment of the natural forest carbon potential
L Mo, CM Zohner, PB Reich, J Liang, S De Miguel, GJ Nabuurs, ...
Nature 624 (7990), 92-101, 2023
Clarifying the concept of climate change refugia for coral reefs
J Kavousi, G Keppel
ICES Journal of Marine Science 75 (1), 43-49, 2018
Current climate, isolation and history drive global patterns of tree phylogenetic endemism
B Sandel, P Weigelt, H Kreft, G Keppel, MT van der Sande, S Levin, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (1), 4-15, 2020
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