Publications

Journal articles

*Masters student; + undergraduate student, $ joint first authorship

Submitted

$ Sun, J., Pattison, Z., Cao, Y., Qiao, X., Wang, W., Lie, F., Liu, Z., Willby, N. & Li, W. Plant community responses to water level fluctuation in cascade reservoirs with varying
regulation types. Science of the Total Environment.

Hickenbotham, E.J., Ridley, F., Stewart, G., Rushton, S.P., Mair, L. and Pattison, Z. 30 years of phenological change research: themes and trends. Biological Reviews.

Yannelli, F., Andrade, B., Agbolade Anibaba, Q., Bazzichetto, M., Bonari, G., Chelli, S., Conradi, T., Ćuk, M., Damasceno, G., Fantinato, E., Geange, S., Guuroh, R., Holle, M., Jamal M., Küzmič, F., Lembrechts, J., Mosyaftiani, A., Pattison, Z., Šikuljak, T., Teixeira, J., Tordoni, E., Pérez-Valladares, C. and Sperandii, M. G. Fifteen emerging challenges and opportunities for vegetation science: A horizon scan. Journal of Vegetation Science.

2021

Cuthbert, R.N., Pattison, Z., Taylor, N., Verbrugge, L., Diagne, C., Ahmed, D., Leroy, B., Angulo, E., Briski, E., Capinha, C., Catford, J.A., Dalu, T., Essl, F., Gozlan, R., Haubrock, P.J., Kourantidou, M., Kramer, A., Renault, D., Wasserman, R. and Courchamp, F. (2021) Global economic costs of aquatic invasive alien species. Science of the Total Environment. DOI

Cuthbert, R.N., Bartlett, A.C., Turbelin, A., Haubrock, P.J., Diagne, C., Pattison, Z., Courchamp, F. and Catford, J.A. Economic costs of biological invasions in the United Kingdom. Neobiota. In Press

Liu, C., Diagne, C., Angulo, E., Banerjee, A., Chen, Y., Cuthbert, R.N., Haubrock, P.J., Kirichenko, N., Pattison, Z., Watari, Y., Xiong, W. and Courchamp, F. Economic costs of biological invasions in Asia. Neobiota. In Press

2020

Seebens, H., Bacher, S., Blackburn, T.M., Capinha, C., Dawson, W., Dullinger, S., Genovesi, P., Hulme, P.E., van Kleunen, M., Kühn, I., Jeschke, J.M., Lenzner, B., Liebhold A.M., Pattison, Z., Pergl, J., Pyšek, P., Winter, M. & Essl, F. (2020) Projecting the continental accumulation of alien species through to 2050. Global Change Biology, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.15333

da Silva. D.A., Pfeifer. M., Pattison, Z., & Vibransa. A.C. (2020) Drivers of canopy structure variation in Brazilian Subtropical Atlantic Forests. Forest Ecology and Management, DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118477

*Kuunal, S., Mair, L., Pattison, Z. & McGowan, P.J. (2020) Identifying opportunities for improving the coherence of global agreements for species conservation. Conservation Science and Practice, DOI: 10.1111/csp2.294.

2019

Seeney, A., Eastwood, S., Pattison, Z., Willby, N. & Bull, C.D. (2019) All change at the water’s edge – invasion by non-native riparian plants negatively impacts terrestrial invertebrates. Biological Invasions, DOI 10.1007/s10530-019-01947-5

Law, A., Baker, A., Sayer, C., Foster, G., Gunn, I.D.M., Taylor, P., Pattison, Z., Blaikie, J. and Willby, N.J. (2019) The effectiveness of aquatic plants as surrogates for wider biodiversity in standing fresh waters. Freshwater Biology, 64: 1664–1675 DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13369 .

Jones, I.L., DeWalt, S.J., Lopez, O.R., Bunnefeld, L., Pattison, Z., Dent, D.H. (2019) Above- and belowground carbon stocks are decoupled in secondary tropical forests and are positively related to forest age and soil nutrients respectively. Science of The Total Environment, 697 DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.133987

2018

Pattison, Z., Vallejo-Marin, M. & Willby, N. (2018) Riverbanks as battlegrounds: why does the abundance of native and invasive plants vary? Ecosystems, 22: 578–586 DOI 10.1007/s10021-018-0288-3

Seeney, A., Pattison, Z., Willby, N., Boon, P.J. & Bull, C.D. (2018) Stream invertebrate diversity reduces with invasion of river banks by non-native plants. Freshwater Biology, 64: 485-496 DOI 10.1111/fwb.13236

2017

Pattison, Z., Whytock, R. & Willby, N. (2017) Invasion legacy effects versus sediment deposition as drivers of riparian vegetation. Biological Invasions, 20: 1189–1198 DOI: 10.1007/s10530-017-1619-6

Pattison, Z., Minderman, J., Boon, P.J. & Willby, N. (2017) Twenty years of change in riverside vegetation: what role have invasive alien species played? Applied Vegetation Science, 20: 422–434 DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12297 . Shortlisted for Editor’s Award 2017

2016

Pattison, Z., Rumble, H., Tanner, R., Jin. L & Gange, A. (2016) Positive plant-soil feedbacks of the invasive Impatiens glandulifera and their effects on above-ground microbial communities. Weed Research, 56: 198-207 DOI: 10.1111/wre.12200

Pattison, Z. (2016) Effects of invasive alien plants on riparian vegetation and their response to environmental factors. PhD Thesis. University of Stirling, Scotland. STORRE


Book chapters

Jeschke, J.M.; Evans, T.; Pattison, Z.; Saul, W.-C.; Robertson, P.A. Biological invasions: impact and management. In: Tockner, K.; Mehner, T. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, 2nd edition. Elsevier. In press


Presentations

Invited presentations

  • Pattison, Z. 2021. Riverbanks as battlegrounds: impact of invasive alien plants on riparian habitats. Swansea University. Oral Presentation.
  • Pattison, Z., Hamilton, H., Willby, W., Dawson, W., & Bunnefeld, L. 2019. The freshwater biodiversity crisis: what role do alien plants play? 104th Meeting Scottish Freshwater Group, Scotland. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z. 2019. Riverbanks as battlegrounds: impact of invasive alien plants on riparian habitats. Wuhan Botanical Gardens, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z. 2019. Impact of Impatiens glandulifera on riparian vegetation: underlying mechanisms and management options. CABI & Royal Holloway University of London, UK. Oral Presentation
  • Pattison, Z. 2018. Riverbanks as battlegrounds: impact of invasive alien plants on riparian habitats. Centre for Biological Control, Rhodes University, South Africa. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z & Seeney, A. 2018. Impact of riparian invasive alien plants on native communities. Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, Scotland. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z & Willby, N. 2015. River hydrology and the spread of non-native plants: Controlling invasive non-native species. Scottish Natural Heritage, Scotland. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z. 2015. Biological invasions: time to increase the pressure against invaders or lay down the pitchforks? Scottish Federation of University Women Research Conference, Scotland.  Oral presentation

Competitive presentations

  • Pattison, Z., Hamilton, H., Willby, W., Dawson, W., & Bunnefeld, L. 2019. The freshwater biodiversity crisis: what role do alien plants play? 15th International Conference on Ecology and Management of Alien Plant Invasions, Prague, Czech Republic. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z., Vallejo-Marin, M & Willby, N. 2018.  Riverbanks as battlegrounds: why does the abundance of native and invasive plants vary? 100th Meeting, Scottish Freshwater Group, Scotland. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z., Vallejo-Marin, M. & Willby, N. 2018. Environmental responses of a major invasive riparian plant signpost new avenues for management, 15th International Symposium on Aquatic Plants, New Zealand. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z., Oliver, D., Quilliam, R. & Willby, N. 2017. Faecal pollution hotspots: spatial distribution in Scottish lochs.  Scottish Ecology, Environment and Conservation Conference, Scotland. Poster presentation
  • Pattison, Z., Minderman, J. & Willby, N. 2015. Twenty years of change in riverside vegetation: what role have invasive alien species played? British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, Scotland. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z., Minderman, J. & Willby, N. 2015. Relative contribution of invasive non-native species to changes in native riparian vegetation. 95th Meeting, Scottish Freshwater Group. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z & Willby, N. 2015. Interactive effects between sediment deposition and invasive alien species on the dynamics of riparian zone vegetation. 13th International Conference on Ecology and Management of Alien Plant Invasions, Hawai’i, US. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z., Minderman, J. & Willby, N. 2015. Relative contribution of invasive non-native species to changes in native riparian vegetation. 14th International Symposium on Aquatic Plants, Scotland. Oral presentation
  • Pattison, Z & Willby, N. 2015. Competitive dynamics of riparian alien plants in a changing climate. 93rd Meeting, Scottish Freshwater Group. Poster presentation
  • Pattison, Z & Willby, N. 2014. Competitive dynamics of riparian alien plants in a changing climate. BES Aquatic Ecology Group Meeting and Detrital Dynamics Conference, UK. Poster presentation

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