Claire Farrell
Claire Farrell
Senior Lecturer in Green Infrastructure, The University of Melbourne
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Water-retention additives increase plant available water in green roof substrates
C Farrell, XQ Ang, JP Rayner
Ecological Engineering 52, 112-118, 2013
Green roofs for hot and dry climates: interacting effects of plant water use, succulence and substrate
C Farrell, RE Mitchell, C Szota, JP Rayner, NSG Williams
Ecological Engineering 49, 270-276, 2012
Biochar makes green roof substrates lighter and improves water supply to plants
CTN Cao, C Farrell, PE Kristiansen, JP Rayner
Ecological Engineering 71, 368-374, 2014
High water users can be drought tolerant: using physiological traits for green roof plant selection
C Farrell, C Szota, NSG Williams, SK Arndt
Plant and soil 372 (1-2), 177-193, 2013
Living roof preference is influenced by plant characteristics and diversity
KE Lee, KJH Williams, LD Sargent, C Farrell, NS Williams
Landscape and Urban Planning 122, 152-159, 2014
Plant establishment on a green roof under extreme hot and dry conditions: The importance of leaf succulence in plant selection
JP Rayner, C Farrell, KJ Raynor, SM Murphy, NSG Williams
Urban forestry & urban greening 15, 6-14, 2016
Drought-avoiding plants with low water use can achieve high rainfall retention without jeopardising survival on green roofs
C Szota, C Farrell, NSG Williams, SK Arndt, TD Fletcher
Science of the Total Environment 603, 340-351, 2017
Salt tolerant plants increase nitrogen removal from biofiltration systems affected by saline stormwater
C Szota, C Farrell, SJ Livesley, TD Fletcher
Water research 83, 195-204, 2015
Vegetable raingardens can produce food and reduce stormwater runoff
PJ Richards, C Farrell, M Tom, NSG Williams, TD Fletcher
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14 (3), 646-654, 2015
Does the turgor loss point characterize drought response in dryland plants?
C Farrell, C Szota, SK Arndt
Plant, cell & environment 40 (8), 1500-1511, 2017
Influence of plant composition and water use strategies on green roof stormwater retention
Z Zhang, C Szota, TD Fletcher, NSG Williams, J Werdin, C Farrell
Science of The Total Environment 625, 775-781, 2018
Contrasting physiological responses of two co-occurring eucalypts to seasonal drought at restored bauxite mine sites
C Szota, C Farrell, JM Koch, H Lambers, EJ Veneklaas
Tree physiology 31 (10), 1052-1066, 2011
Can raingardens produce food and retain stormwater? Effects of substrates and stormwater application method on plant water use, stormwater retention and yield
PJ Richards, NSG Williams, TD Fletcher, C Farrell
Ecological engineering 100, 165-174, 2017
Urban plantings:‘living laboratories’ for climate change response
C Farrell, C Szota, SK Arndt
Trends in plant science 20 (10), 597-599, 2015
Microsite and litter cover effects on seed banks vary with seed size and dispersal mechanisms: implications for revegetation of degraded saline land
C Farrell, RJ Hobbs, TD Colmer
Plant Ecology 213 (7), 1145-1155, 2012
Tree water-use strategies to improve stormwater retention performance of biofiltration systems
C Szota, MJ McCarthy, GJ Sanders, C Farrell, TD Fletcher, SK Arndt, ...
Water Research 144, 285-295, 2018
Green roof storage capacity can be more important than evapotranspiration for retention performance
Z Zhang, C Szota, TD Fletcher, NSG Williams, C Farrell
Journal of Environmental Management 232, 404-412, 2019
Is plant survival on green roofs related to their drought response, water use or climate of origin?
P Du, SK Arndt, C Farrell
Science of the Total Environment, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.349, 2019
Microsite and litter cover effects on soil conditions and seedling recruitment in a saline agricultural system
C Farrell, C Szota, RJ Hobbs, TD Colmer
Plant and soil 348 (1-2), 397, 2011
Relationships between plant drought response, traits, and climate of origin for green roof plant selection
P Du, SK Arndt, C Farrell
Ecological Applications 28 (7), 1752-1761, 2018
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