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Dr Greg Guerin

Position Postdoctoral Fellow
Email greg.guerin@adelaide.edu.au
Building Schulz Building
Floor/Room 12
Campus North Terrace
Org Unit Ecology and Environmental Science

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Qualifications

PhD in Science, University of Adelaide, conferred 2008.

Teaching Interests

Honours and PhD/post-graduate research projects are available in topics such as ecosystem measurement and monitoring (carbon, vegetation structure, species diversity), biodiversity mapping, community ecology and functional ecology in conjunction with the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN).

 

Research Interests

Influence of environmental change on ecosystem properties and biodiversity assets

My work within the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN: AusPlots/ATN) includes:

 

1) Overseeing ecological monitoring activities along the TREND transect.

 

2) Analysis of ecosystem transitions and climate sensitivity in South Australia and across Australia.

 

3) Devloping derived data products from raw data collected by TERN.  

 

4) Continental-scale analysis of Australian ecosystems (such as patterns of biodiversity, and vegetation type, structure, cover and composition) to map ecological assets and their vulnerability to climate change and other disturbances.

 

Publications

Guerin, G.R., Sparrow, B., Tokmakoff, A., Smyth, A., Leitch, E., Baruch, Z., Lowe, A.J. (2017) Opportunities for integrated ecological analysis across inland Australia with standardised data from AusPlots Rangelands. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170137. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0170137

 

Baruch, Z., Christmas, M.J., Breed, M. F., Guerin, G.R., Caddy-Retalic, S., McDonald, J., Jardine, D. I., Leitch, E., Gellie, N., Hill, K., McCallum, K. and Lowe, A. J. (2016), Leaf trait associations with environmental variation in the wide-ranging shrub Dodonaea viscosa subsp. angustissima (Sapindaceae). Austral Ecology. doi:10.1111/aec.12474

 

Thiele, K.R. & Guerin, G.R. (2016) Hemigenia tichbonii (Lamiaceae), a new, rare species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 27: 129-132. External download.

 

Guerin, G.R., Biffin, E., Baruch, Z., Lowe, A.J. (2016) Identifying centres of plant biodiversity in South Australia. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0144779. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0144779 [Covered by ABC News, The Islander, Radio Adelaide 'Barometer', Radio Adelaide 'The Sounds of Science']

 

Guerin, G.R. & Lowe, A.J. (2015) Mapping phylogenetic endemism in R using georeferenced branch extents. SoftwareX 3–4:  22–26DOI:10.1016/j.softx.2015.10.002

 

Guerin, G.R., Sweeney, S.M., Pisanu, P., Caddy-Retalic, S., Lowe, A.J. (2015) Establishment of an ecosystem transect to address climate change policy questions for natural resource management. DEWNR Technical Report 2016/04, Government of South Australia, through Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, Adelaide. ISBN 978-1-925369-96-0

 

Guerin, G.R. (2015) Hemigenia yalgensis, a new species from the Mid-west region of Western Australia (Lamiaceae: Westringieae). Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 29: 7-9. External download

 

Guerin, G.R. (2015) biomap: Biodiversity Mapping Package. R package v1.0 (pre-release). https://github.com/GregGuerin/biomap [development]   DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.23116 [pre-release archive]

 

Guerin, G.R. & Lowe, A.J. (2015) ‘Sum of inverse range-sizes’ (SIR), a biodiversity metric with many names and interpretations. Biodiversity and Conservation. DOI: 10.1007/s10531-015-0977-6   Download author pdf

 

Guerin, G.R. (2015) Lectotypification of Hemigenia pedunculata (Lamiaceae: Westringieae). Nuytsia 25: 157-158. 

 

Guerin, G.R., Ruokolainen, L., Lowe, A.J. (2015) A georeferenced implementation of weighted endemism. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6: 845-852.  DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12361

 

Guerin G.R., Biffin E., Jardine D.I., Cross H.B., Lowe A.J. (2015). TREND (PSRF) vegetation plot data 2011, Version 1. DOI 10.4227/05/54AB6B443D1D3. Obtained from Australian Ecological Knowledge and Observation System Data Portal (ÆKOS, http://www.portal.aekos.org.au/), made available by University of Adelaide. Accessed 06 January 2015. Access dataset

 

Hill, K.E. Guerin, G.R., Hill, R.S. and Watling, J.R. (2015) Temperature influences stomatal density and maximum potential water loss through stomata of Dodonaea viscosa subsp. angustissima along a latitude gradient in southern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 62: 657–665. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/BT14204

 

Guerin, G.R. (2014) Empirical modelling and a revised community assembly framework for predicting climate change impacts on plant communities. 57th Annual Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science (IAVS), 1–5 September 2014, the University of Western Australia, Perth, abstract.

 

Guerin, G.R., Martín-Forés, I., Biffin, E., Baruch, Z., Breed, M.F., Christmas, M.J., Cross, H.B. & Lowe, A.J. (2014) Global change community ecology beyond species sorting: a quantitative framework based on Mediterranean Biome examples. Global Ecology and BiogeographyDOI: 10.1111/geb.12184

 

Guerin, G.R., Biffin, E. Jardine, D.I., Cross, H.B. & Lowe, A.J. (2014) A spatially predictive baseline for monitoring multivariate species occurrences and phylogenetic shifts in Mediterranean southern Australia. Journal of Vegetation Science 25: 338–348 DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12111

 

Guerin, G.R. (2013) The value of herbaria to diverse collections-based research. Australasian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 157: 43–44.  Download pdf 

Guerin, G.R. (2013) Distinguishing characters of Hemigenia rigida, a conservation significant species confused with H. pritzelii (Lamiaceae: Westringieae). Nuytsia 23: 467–474.Download pdf from Nuytsia

Guerin G.R., Biffin E., Lowe A.J. (2013) Spatial modelling of species turnover identifies climate ecotones, climate change tipping points and vulnerable taxonomic groups. Ecography 36. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00215.x

 

McCallum K., Guerin G.R., Breed M.F., Lowe A.J. (2013) Combining population genetics, species distribution modelling and field assessments to understand a species vulnerability to climate change. Austral Ecology. doi:10.1111/aec.12041

 

Keith, D.A., Lindenmayer, D.R., Lowe, A., Russell-Smith, J., Barrett, S., Enright, N.J., Fox, B.J., Guerin, G., Paton, D.C., Tozer, M.G. & Yates, C.J. (2014). Heathlands. In: Lindenmayer, D., Burns, E., Thurgate, N. & Lowe, A. (eds.) Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Vic, pp. 213–282. ISBN 9780643108561

 

Guerin, GR, Lowe, AJ (2013) Leaf morphology shift: new data and analysis support climate link. Biology Letters 9: 20120860 doi:10.1098/rsbl.2012.0860. [Covered by ABC science news] Download pdf from Royal Society

 

Guerin, GR, Lowe, AJ (2013) Systematic monitoring of heathy woodlands in a Mediterranean climate – a practical assessment of methods. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185: 3959-3975 doi:10.1007/s10661-012-2842-3

 

Guerin, GR, Wen, H, Lowe, AJ (2012) Leaf morphology shift linked to climate change. Biology Letters 8: 882-886.  [Covered by Nature, New Scientist, ABC, BBC, The Conversation, Channel 7 nightly news, Radio New Zealand National 'Morning Report', Radio Adelaide 'Orbit', Examiner, el-nacional, The Bunsen Burner, SciTech Daily, Asian Scientist, Kennislink.] Download post-print pdf

 

Guerin, GR, Lowe, AJ (2012) Multi-species distribution modelling highlights the Adelaide Geosyncline, South Australia, as an important continental-scale arid-zone refugium. Austral Ecologydoi:10.1111/j.1442-9993.2012.02425.x

 

Kahraman A, Celep F, Doğan M, Guerin GR, Bagherpour S (2011) Mericarp morphology and its systematic implications for the genus L. section Hymenosphace Bentham (Lamiaceae) in Turkey. Plant Systematics and Evolution 292(1-2): 33-39.

 

Guerin GR (2009) A revision of Westringia sect. Cephalowestringia (Lamiaceae: Westringieae). Australian Systematic Botany 22(2): 121–136.

 

Özkan M, Aktaş K, Özdemir C, Guerın G (2009) Mericarp morphology and its taxonomic utility in Salvia (Lamiaceae: Mentheae) from Turkey. Acta Botanica Croatica 68 (1): 105–115.

 

Guerin GR (2008) A taxonomic revision of Hemigenia section Malleantha sect. nov. (Lamiaceae: Westringieae). Australian Systematic Botany 21(5): 326-374.

 

Guerin GR (2008) Evidence for polyphyly in Hemigenia and Microcorys (Lamiaceae: Westringieae). Australian Systematic Botany 21(5): 313-325.

 

Guerin GR, Hill RS (2006) Plant macrofossil evidence for the environment associated with the Riversleigh fauna. Australian Journal of Botany 54: 717-731.

 

Guerin GR (2005) Nutlet morphology of Hemigenia R.Br. and Microcorys R.Br. (Lamiaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 254(1-2): 49-68.

 

Guerin G (2005) Floral biology of Hemigenia R.Br. and Microcorys R.Br. (Lamiaceae). Australian Journal of Botany 53: 147-162.

 

Guerin G (2004) Plant macrofossils associated with the Riversleigh macrofauna. Australian Biologist 17(1): 55-62.

 

Guerin GR, Hill RS (2003). Gymnostoma tasmanianum sp. nov., a fossil Casuarinaceae from the early Oligocene of Little Rapid River, Tasmania, Australia. International Journal of Plant Sciences 164(4), 629-634.

 

See also  http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=rvwQU7IAAAAJ&hl=en

 

Professional Interests

Available for consultancies relating to specialised community ecology and ecosystem monitoring, biodiversity mapping, multivariate analysis and development of custom data processing, analysis and visualisation programming.

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Entry last updated: Friday, 27 Jan 2017

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