Everingham S.E., Offord C.A., Sabot M.E.B. and Moles A.T., (In Review), Leaf morphological traits show greater responses to recent changes in climate than leaf physiological traits and gas exchange variables.
Auld J., Everingham S.E., Hemmings F.A. and Moles A.T., (In Review), Alpine plants are on the move: quantifying distribution shifts of Australian alpine plants through time.
Everingham S.E., Blick A.J. and Moles A.T., (In Review), Southern hemisphere plants show more delays than advances in flowering phenology.
Peer-reviewed journal articles:
Falster D.S, Gallagher R., Wenk E., Wright I., Indiarto D., Baxter C., … Everingham S.E., … & Ziemiñska K., 2021, AusTraits: a curated plant trait database for the Australian flora, Scientific Data, (Accepted, In press). Pre-print available: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.01.04.425314v1
Everingham S.E., Offord C.A, Sabot M.E.B., Moles A.T., 2020, Time travelling seeds reveal that plant regeneration and growth traits are responding to climate change, Ecology, e03272
Xirocostas Z.A., Everingham S.E. and Moles A.T., 2020, The sex with the reduced sex chromosome dies earlier: a comparison across the Tree of Life, Biology Letters, 16: 20190867
Everingham S.E., Hemmings F.A. and Moles A.T., 2019, Inverted Invasions: Native plants can colonise disturbed urban habitats, Austral Ecology, 44(4):702-712
I have reviewed manuscripts for the journals: New Phytologist, Australian Journal of Botany.