Alison Ritchie
Alison Ritchie
School of Biological Sciences, The University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
15.4. genetic assessment of ecological restoration success in Banksia attenuata
A Ritchie
In: Bozzano M., Jalonen R., Thomas E., Boshier D., Gallo L., Cavers S …, 2014
432014
A Genetic Assessment of Ecological Restoration Success in Banksia attenuata
AL Ritchie, SL Krauss
Restoration Ecology 20 (4), 441-449, 2012
432012
A framework for the practical science necessary to restore sustainable, resilient, and biodiverse ecosystems
BP Miller, EA Sinclair, MHM Menz, CP Elliott, E Bunn, LE Commander, ...
Restoration Ecology 25 (4), 605-617, 2017
312017
Field of Dreams: Restitution of Pollinator Services in Restored Bird-Pollinated Plant Populations
KM Frick, AL Ritchie, SL Krauss
Restoration Ecology 22 (6), 832-840, 2014
112014
Does restored plant diversity play a role in the reproductive functionality of Banksia populations?
AL Ritchie, PG Nevill, EA Sinclair, SL Krauss
Restoration Ecology 25 (3), 414-423, 2017
42017
Monitoring of plant phenology and seed production identifies two distinct seed collection seasons in the Australian arid zone
AL Ritchie, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt
The Rangeland Journal 39, 73-83, 2017
32017
The birds and the bees and the Banksia mating trees: measuring the success of Banksia woodland restoration using genetic and ecological markers
A Ritchie, S Krauss, P Nevill, E Sinclair, K Dixon
Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 96 (1), 25-26, 2013
12013
Wide outcrossing provides functional connectivity for new and old Banksia populations within a fragmented landscape
AL Ritchie, RJ Dyer, PG Nevill, EA Sinclair, SL Krauss
Oecologia, 1-14, 2019
2019
Legacy issues in post‐pine (Pinus pinaster) restoration environments: Weeds compromise seedling growth and function more than edaphic factors
KE Stanbury, JC Stevens, AL Ritchie
Land Degradation & Development 29 (6), 1694-1704, 2018
2018
Protecting direct seeded grasses from herbicide application: can new extruded pellet formulations be used in restoring natural plant communities?
VS Brown, AL Ritchie, JC Stevens, R Harris, MD Madsen, TE Erickson
Restoration Ecology, 2018
2018
Pollinators are vital for reconnecting Banksia woodland remnants
A Ritchie, P Nevill, K Sinclair, Elizabeth, Dixon, S Krauss
Ecology & Restoration, Australasia; Society for Ecological Restoration …, 2016
2016
Ecological and Genetic Indicators of Restoration Success
A Ritchie
University of Western Australia, 2015
2015
A genetic assessment of ecological restoration success in Banksia attenuata. Genetic considerations in ecosystem restoration using native tree species.
A Ritchie, M Bozzano, R Jalonen, E Thomas, D Boshier, L Gallo, S Cavers, ...
A thematic study for the State of the Worlds Forest Genetic Resources, 280, 2014
2014
Measuring the success of banksia woodland restoration using ecological markers
A Ritchie
Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia Conference, 84 of 115, 2012
2012
A genetic assessment of ecological restoration success in Banksia attenuata presentation
A Ritchie
Society for Ecological Restoration 4th World Conference on Ecological …, 2011
2011
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