Joe Greet
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The importance of seasonal flow timing for riparian vegetation dynamics: a systematic review using causal criteria analysis
JOE Greet, J Angus Webb, RD Cousens
Freshwater Biology 56 (7), 1231-1247, 2011
More exotic and fewer native plant species: riverine vegetation patterns associated with altered seasonal flow patterns
J Greet, RD Cousens, JA Webb
River Research and Applications 29 (6), 686-706, 2013
Flow regulation affects temporal patterns of riverine plant seed dispersal: potential implications for plant recruitment
JOE Greet, RD Cousens, JA Webb
Freshwater Biology 57 (12), 2568-2579, 2012
Flow regulation is associated with riverine soil seed bank composition within an agricultural landscape: potential implications for restoration
J Greet, RD Cousens, JA Webb
Journal of Vegetation Science 24 (1), 157-167, 2013
Seasonal timing of inundation affects riparian plant growth and flowering: implications for riparian vegetation composition
J Greet, RD Cousens, JA Webb
Plant Ecology 214 (1), 87-101, 2013
Flow variability maintains the structure and composition of in‐channel riparian vegetation
JOE Greet, JA Webb, BJ Downes
Freshwater Biology 56 (12), 2514-2528, 2011
Commonwealth Environmental Water Office Long Term Intervention Monitoring Project Goulburn River Selected Area Scientific Report 2018–19
J Webb, D Guo, B Baker, S Casanelia, M Grace, J Greet, C Kellar, ...
University of Melbourne Commercial, 2019
Floods reduce the prevalence of exotic plant species within the riparian zone: evidence from natural floods
J Greet, JA Webb, RD Cousens
Applied Vegetation Science 18 (3), 503-512, 2015
The marked flooding tolerance of seedlings of a threatened swamp gum: implications for the restoration of critical wetland forests
J Greet
Australian Journal of Botany 63 (8), 669-678, 2015
The potential of soil seed banks of a eucalypt wetland forest to aid restoration
J Greet
Wetlands Ecology and Management 24 (5), 565-577, 2016
Should I plant or should I sow? Restoration outcomes compared across seven riparian revegetation projects
J Greet, F Ede, D Robertson, S McKendrick
Ecological Management & Restoration 21 (1), 58-65, 2020
Slashing may have potential for controlling Phragmites australis in long‐inundated parts of a Ramsar‐listed wetland
J Greet, P Rees
Ecological Management & Restoration 16 (3), 233-236, 2015
The flooding tolerance of two critical habitat-forming wetland shrubs, Leptospermum lanigerum and Melaleuca squarrosa, at different life history stages
G Zacks, J Greet, CJ Walsh, E Raulings
Australian Journal of Botany 66 (7), 500-510, 2018
Unpalatable neighbours reduce browsing on woody seedlings
S Moser, J Greet
Forest Ecology and Management 414, 41-46, 2018
Managed flooding can augment the benefits of natural flooding for native wetland vegetation
A Duong, J Greet, CJ Walsh, MJ Sammonds
Restoration Ecology 27 (1), 38-45, 2019
Longer duration flooding reduces the growth and sexual reproductive efforts of a keystone wetland tree species
J Greet, S Fischer, K Russell
Wetlands Ecology and Management 28 (4), 655-666, 2020
Counting the Cost of Revegetation: is Direct Seeding Cheaper than Planting Tube–stock?
F Ede, J Greet, R Dabal, D Robertson
Restore, Regenerate, Revegetate, 29, 2018
Plastic weed matting is better than jute or'woodchips for controlling the invasive wetland grass species' Phalaris arundinacea', but not'Phragmites australis
J Greet, E King, M Stewart-Howie
Plant Protection Quarterly 31 (1), 19-22, 2016
An analysis of Lake Victoria vegetation and shoreline monitoring data
JA Webb, EH Martin, J Greet, DM Kennedy
Unpublished report to Murray Darling Basin Authority). University of …, 2012
Native Riparian Plant Species Dominate the Soil Seedbank of In-channel Geomorphic Features of a Regulated River
M Pereira, J Greet, CS Jones
Environmental Management 67 (4), 589-599, 2021
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