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Kimberley Simpson
Kimberley Simpson
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Sheffield
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Determinants of flammability in savanna grass species
KJ Simpson, BS Ripley, PA Christin, CM Belcher, CER Lehmann, ...
Journal of Ecology 104 (1), 138-148, 2016
1722016
Visual engagement with urban street edges: Insights using mobile eye-tracking
J Simpson, M Freeth, KJ Simpson, K Thwaites
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban …, 2019
692019
Understanding and modelling wildfire regimes: an ecological perspective
SP Harrison, IC Prentice, KJ Bloomfield, N Dong, M Forkel, M Forrest, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (12), 125008, 2021
542021
Still armed after domestication? Impacts of domestication and agronomic selection on silicon defences in cereals
KJ Simpson, RN Wade, M Rees, CP Osborne, SE Hartley
Functional Ecology 31 (11), 2108-2117, 2017
472017
Functional diversification enabled grassy biomes to fill global climate space
CER Lehmann, DM Griffith, KJ Simpson, TM Anderson, S Archibald, ...
BioRxiv, 583625, 2019
402019
C4 photosynthesis and the economic spectra of leaf and root traits independently influence growth rates in grasses
KJ Simpson, C Bennett, RRL Atkinson, EJ Mockford, S McKenzie, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (5), 1899-1909, 2020
332020
Resprouting grasses are associated with less frequent fire than seeders
KJ Simpson, EC Jardine, S Archibald, EJ Forrestel, CER Lehmann, ...
New Phytologist 230 (2), 832-844, 2021
322021
The recent and rapid spread of Themeda triandra
LT Dunning, AL Liabot, JK Olofsson, EK Smith, MS Vorontsova, ...
Botany Letters 164 (4), 327-337, 2017
282017
Can evolutionary history predict plant plastic responses to climate change?
H Liu, Q Ye, KJ Simpson, E Cui, J Xia
New Phytologist 235 (3), 1260-1271, 2022
262022
High silicon concentrations in grasses are linked to environmental conditions and not associated with C4 photosynthesis
WH Brightly, SE Hartley, CP Osborne, KJ Simpson, CAE Strömberg
Global Change Biology 26 (12), 7128-7143, 2020
232020
Frequent fires prime plant developmental responses to burning
KJ Simpson, JK Olofsson, BS Ripley, CP Osborne
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1909), 20191315, 2019
172019
Savanna fire regimes depend on grass trait diversity
KJ Simpson, S Archibald, CP Osborne
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 37 (9), 749-758, 2022
162022
Large seeds provide an intrinsic growth advantage that depends on leaf traits and root allocation
KJ Simpson, RRL Atkinson, EJ Mockford, C Bennett, CP Osborne, M Rees
Functional Ecology 35 (10), 2168-2178, 2021
142021
Functional diversification enabled grassy biomes to fill global climate space. bioRxiv, 583625
CER Lehmann, DM Griffith, KJ Simpson, TM Anderson, S Archibald, ...
122019
Street edge subdivision: Structuring ground floor interfaces to stimulate pedestrian visual engagement
J Simpson, M Freeth, KJ Simpson, K Thwaites
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 49 (6), 1775-1791, 2022
92022
Could CO2-induced changes to C4 grass flammability aggravate savanna woody encroachment?
SL Raubenheimer, K Simpson, R Carkeek, B Ripley
African Journal of Range & Forage Science 39 (1), 82-95, 2022
52022
CO2‐fertilisation enhances resilience to browsing in the recruitment phase of an encroaching savanna tree
BS Ripley, SL Raubenheimer, L Perumal, M Anderson, E Mostert, ...
Functional Ecology 36 (12), 3223-3233, 2022
32022
Could CO₂-induced changes to C₄ grass flammability aggravate savanna woody encroachment?
SL Raubenheimer, K Simpson, R Carkeek, B Ripley
2022
The influence of fire on grass functional traits
KJ Simpson
University of Sheffield, 2018
2018
High silicon concentrations in grasses are linked to environmental conditions and not associated with
WH Brightly, SE Hartley, CP Osborne, KJ Simpson, C AE
Journal of Experimental Botany 17 (52), 569-578, 0
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