Teresa Konlechner
Teresa Konlechner
National Centre for Coasts and ClimateSchool of Geography, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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From grey to green: Efficacy of eco‐engineering solutions for nature‐based coastal defence
RL Morris, TM Konlechner, M Ghisalberti, SE Swearer
Global change biology 24 (5), 1827-1842, 2018
852018
The potential for marine dispersal of Ammophila arenaria (Marram Grass) rhizome in New Zealand
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton
Journal of Coastal Research, 434-437, 2009
422009
Incipient Foredunes Developed from Marine-dispersed Rhizome of Ammophilia arenaria
M Hilton, T Konlechner
Journal of Coastal Research, 288-292, 2011
212011
The development of a prograded foredune barrier following Ammophila arenaria eradication, Doughboy Bay, Stewart Island
M Hilton, D Woodley, C Sweeney, T Konlechner
Journal of coastal research, 317-321, 2009
182009
A review of the marram grass eradication program (1999–2009), Stewart Island, New Zealand
MJ Hilton, T Konlechner
Proceedings, the New Zealand plant protection society inc. and the council …, 2010
142010
Flow and sediment transport dynamics in a slot and cauldron blowout and over a foredune, Mason Bay, Stewart Island (Rakiura), NZ
PA Hesp, M Hilton, T Konlecher
Geomorphology 295, 598-610, 2017
132017
Restrictions in the sprouting ability of an invasive coastal plant, Ammophila arenaria, from fragmented rhizomes
TM Konlechner, DA Orlovich, MJ Hilton
Plant Ecology 217 (5), 521-532, 2016
132016
An efficient, self-orienting, vertical-array, sand trap
M Hilton, B Nickling, S Wakes, D Sherman, T Konlechner, M Jermy, ...
Aeolian Research 25, 11-21, 2017
122017
Accommodation space limits plant invasion: Ammophila arenaria survival on New Zealand beaches
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton, DA Orlovich
Journal of Coastal Conservation 17 (3), 463-472, 2013
122013
Interglacial-glacial climatic signatures preserved in a regressive coastal barrier, southeastern Australia
TSN Oliver, DM Kennedy, T Tamura, CV Murray-Wallace, TM Konlechner, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 501, 124-135, 2018
92018
Plant community response following the removal of the invasive Lupinus arboreus in a coastal dune system
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton, JM Lord
Restoration Ecology 23 (5), 607-614, 2015
82015
Burial, erosion, and transformation of archaeological landscapes: Case studies from southern New Zealand (Aotearoa)
M Hilton, R Walter, K Greig, T Konlechner
Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment 42 (5), 607-627, 2018
72018
Evolution of foredune texture following dynamic restoration, Doughboy Bay, Stewart Island, New Zealand
TM Konlechner, W Ryu, MJ Hilton, DJ Sherman
Aeolian Research 19, 203-214, 2015
72015
Transgressive dune development following deliberate de-vegetation for dune restoration in the Netherlands and New Zealand
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton, SM Arens
Dynamic Environments 33, 141-154, 2014
72014
Downwind dune dynamics following Ammophila arenaria invasion
TM Konlechner, EECB Buckley, MJ Hilton, SJ Wakes
Journal of Coastal Research, 298-302, 2016
62016
Flow deflection and deceleration across a simple foredune
MJ Hilton, SV Hatcher, SJ Wakes, TM Konlechner
Journal of Coastal Research, 293-297, 2016
52016
Coastal dune mobility over the past century: A global review
J Gao, DM Kennedy, TM Konlechner
Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment, 0309133320919612, 2020
42020
Patterns of early-colonising species on eroding to prograding coasts; implications for foredune plant communities on retreating coastlines
TM Konlechner, DM Kennedy, RD Cousens, JLD Woods
Geomorphology 327, 404-416, 2019
42019
Developing a nature-based coastal defence strategy for Australia
RL Morris, EMA Strain, TM Konlechner, BJ Fest, DM Kennedy, SK Arndt, ...
Australian Journal of Civil Engineering 17 (2), 167-176, 2019
32019
An Evaluation of the Viability of Re-establishing Tidal Exchange in Hoopers Inlet by Mechanical Excavation
T Konlechner
Report prepared for the Otago Regional Council, 2013
32013
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