Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Stouffer DB, Wainwright CE, Flanagan TC, Mayfield MM (2018) Cyclic population dynamics and density-dependent intransitivity as pathways to coexistence between co-occurring annual plants. Journal of Ecology 106: 838-851.

Wainwright CE, Staples T, Charles L, Flanagan T, Lai H,  Loy X, Reynolds V, Mayfield M (2018) Links between community ecology and ecological restoration on the rise. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 570 – 581.

Wainwright CE, Dwyer JM, Mayfield MM (2017) Effects of exotic annual grass litter and local environmental gradients on annual plant community structure. Biological Invasions 19: 479-491.

Wainwright CE, Dwyer JM, Hobbs RJ, Mayfield MM (2017) Diverse outcomes of species interactions in an invaded annual plant community. Journal of Plant Ecology 10: 918 – 926.

Loy X, Wainwright CE, Mayfield MM (2015) Asteraceae invaders have limited impacts on the pollination of common native annual species in SW Western Australia’s open woodland wildflower communities. Plant Ecology 216: 1103 – 1105

Dwyer JM, Hobbs RJ, Wainwright CE, Mayfield MM (2015). Climate moderates release from nutrient limitation in natural annual plant communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24: 549 – 561.

Wainwright CE & Cleland EE (2013) Exotic species display greater germination plasticity and higher germination rates than native species across multiple cues. Biological Invasions 15: 2253-2264.

Wainwright CE, Wolkovich EM & Cleland EE (2012) Seasonal priority effects: implications for invasion and restoration in a semi-arid system. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 234-241. *Recommended by Faculty of 1000


Wainwright, CE (2011) Seasonal priority effects: Implications for invasion and restoration in California coastal sage scrub. Diss., MSci. UC San Diego.

Wainwright, CE (2015) Species interactions and the formation of novel annual plant communities following rapid environmental change. Diss., PhD. The University of Queensland.

Other works

Wainwright CE (2017) Putting ecology theory to work: trends and opportunities in ecological restoration. The Applied Ecologist’s Blog (Journal of Applied Ecology):