Christopher Szota
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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
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, 177-193, 2013
A root trait accounting for the extreme phosphorus sensitivity of Hakea prostrata (Proteaceae)
MW Shane, C Szota, H Lambers
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (8), 991-1004, 2004
AusTraits, a curated plant trait database for the Australian flora
D Falster, R Gallagher, EH Wenk, IJ Wright, D Indiarto, SC Andrew, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 254, 2021
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
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
Phenotypic plasticity and genetic adaptation of functional traits influences intra-specific variation in hydraulic efficiency and safety
C Pritzkow, V Williamson, C Szota, R Trouvé, SK Arndt
Tree Physiology 40 (2), 215-229, 2020
Establishing street trees in stormwater control measures can double tree growth when extended waterlogging is avoided
V Grey, SJ Livesley, TD Fletcher, C Szota
Landscape and Urban Planning 178, 122-129, 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
Street tree stormwater control measures can reduce runoff but may not benefit established trees
C Szota, AM Coutts, JK Thom, HK Virahsawmy, TD Fletcher, SJ Livesley
Landscape and Urban Planning 182, 144-155, 2019
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
Tree pits to help mitigate runoff in dense urban areas
V Grey, SJ Livesley, TD Fletcher, C Szota
Journal of Hydrology 565, 400-410, 2018
Root Architecture of Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) Trees in Relation to Post‐Mining Deep Ripping in Western Australia
C Szota, EJ Veneklaas, JM Koch, H Lambers
Restoration Ecology 15, S65-S73, 2007
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
Ten years of greening a wide brown land: A synthesis of Australian green roof research and roadmap forward
NSG Williams, RS Bathgate, C Farrell, KE Lee, C Szota, J Bush, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 62, 127179, 2021
Urban plantings:‘living laboratories’ for climate change response
C Farrell, C Szota, SK Arndt
Trends in Plant Science 20 (10), 597-599, 2015
Urban trees as green infrastructure for stormwater mitigation and use
DE Carlyle-Moses, S Livesley, MD Baptista, J Thom, C Szota
Forest-Water Interactions, 397-432, 2020
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
Transpiration by established trees could increase the efficiency of stormwater control measures
JK Thom, C Szota, AM Coutts, TD Fletcher, SJ Livesley
Water Research 173, 115597, 2020
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