Olga Kildisheva
Olga Kildisheva
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Benefits of adopting seed-based technologies for rehabilitation in the mining sector: a Pilbara perspective
TE Erickson, M Muņoz-Rojas, OA Kildisheva, BA Stokes, SA White, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 65 (8), 646-660, 2018
432018
Setting the scene for dryland recovery: an overview and key findings from a workshop targeting seed‐based restoration
OA Kildisheva, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon
Restoration Ecology 24, S36-S42, 2016
252016
Overcoming dormancy and enhancing germination of Sphaeralcea munroana seeds
OA Kildisheva, RK Dumroese, AS Davis
HortScience 46 (12), 1672-1676, 2011
202011
Seed germination and dormancy traits of forbs and shrubs important for restoration of North American dryland ecosystems
OA Kildisheva, TE Erickson, MD Madsen, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Plant Biology 21 (3), 458-469, 2019
172019
The age of restoration: challenges presented by dryland systems
LN Svejcar, OA Kildisheva
Plant Ecology 218 (1), 1-6, 2017
82017
Do container volume, site preparation, and field fertilization affect restoration potential of Wyoming big sagebrush?
KR Herriman, AS Davis, KG Apostol, OA Kildisheva, AL Ross-Davis, ...
Natural Areas Journal 36 (2), 194-201, 2016
82016
Setting the scene for dryland restoration: an overview and key findings from a workshop targeting seed enablement technologies
OA Kildisheva, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon
Restoration Ecology 24 (S2), S36-S42, 2016
82016
Dormancy and germination: making every seed count in restoration
OA Kildisheva, KW Dixon, FAO Silveira, T Chapman, A Di Sacco, ...
Restoration Ecology, 2020
52020
Boiled, tumbled, burned, and heated: seed scarification techniques for Munro’s globemallow appropriate for large-scale application
OA Kildisheva, AS Davis, RK Dumroese
Native Plants Journal 14 (1), 42-48, 2013
42013
Seed enhancement: getting seeds restoration‐ready
S Pedrini, A Balestrazzi, MD Madsen, K Bhalsing, SP Hardegree, ...
Restoration Ecology, 2020
32020
Improving the outcomes of seed-based restoration in cold and hot deserts: an investigation into seed dormancy, germination, and seed enhancement
OA Kildisheva
University of Western Australia, 2019
32019
Stocktype and vegetative competition influences on Pseudotsuga menziesii and Larix occidentalis seedling establishment
JR Pinto, BA McNassar, OA Kildisheva, AS Davis
Forests 9 (5), 228, 2018
32018
A hard seed to crack evaluating dormancy-breaking techniques for mamane
OA Kildisheva, AS Davis, BA Hamzeh
Native Plants Journal 14 (3), 243-248, 2013
32013
Improving restoration success through research-driven initiatives: case studies targeting Pinus pinea reforestation stock development in Lebanon
OA Kildisheva, MM Aghai, K Bouazza, AS Davis
Plant Ecology 218 (1), 39-53, 2017
22017
Plant guide: Munro's globemallow (Sphaeralcea munroana)
PLS Pavek, JH Cane, OA Kildisheva, AS Davis
Pullman, WA: US Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation …, 2011
22011
Optimizing physiological dormancy break of understudied cold desert perennials to improve seed-based restoration
OA Kildisheva, TE Erickson, AT Kramer, J Zeldin, DJ Merritt
Journal of Arid Environments 170, 104001, 2019
12019
A case study of seed-use technology development for Pilbara mine site rehabilitation
TE Erickson, M Munoz-Rojas, AL Guzzomi, M Masarei, E Ling, ...
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mine Closure, 679-692, 2019
12019
Do Abrasion-or Temperature-Based Techniques More Effectively Relieve Physical Dormancy in Seeds of Cold Desert Perennials?
OA Kildisheva, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, MD Madsen, KW Dixon, J Vargas, ...
Rangeland ecology & management 71 (3), 318-322, 2018
12018
Role of temperature and moisture in the survival and seedling physiology of a Great Basin perennial
OA Kildisheva, AS Davis
Ecological Restoration 31 (4), 388-394, 2013
12013
A modified sickle bar mower increased flexibility for harvesting native plant seeds
M Rudecki, OA Kildisheva
Native Plants Journal 14 (3), 257-262, 2013
12013
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