Publications

Journal papers

Greet, J. (2016) The potential of soil seed banks of a eucalypt wetland forest to aid restoration. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 24: 565-577

Greet, J., King, E., and Stewart-Howie, M. (2016) Plastic weed matting is better than jute or woodchips for controlling the invasive wetland grass Phalaris arundinacea, but not Phragmites australis. Plant Protection Quarterly 31(1): 19-22.

Greet, J. (2015) The marked flooding tolerance of seedlings of a threatened swamp gum: implications for the restoration of critical wetland forests. Australian Journal of Botany. 63: 669-678.

Greet, J., and Rees, P. (2015) Slashing may have potential for controlling Phragmites australis in long-inundated parts of a Ramsar-listed wetland. Ecological Management and Restoration. 16(3): 233-236.

Greet, J., J. A. Webb and R. D. Cousens (2015) Floods reduce the prevalence of exotic plant species within the riparian zone: evidence from natural floods. Applied Vegetation Science 18(3): 503-512.

Greet, J., R. D. Cousens and J. A. Webb (2013) Seasonal timing of inundation affects riparian plant growth and flowering: implications for riparian vegetation composition. Plant Ecology 214(1): 87-101.

Greet, J., R. D. Cousens and J. A. Webb (2013) Flow regulation is associated with riverine soil seed bank composition within an agricultural landscape: potential implications for restoration. Journal of Vegetation Science 24(1): 157-167.

Greet, J., R. D. Cousens and J. A. Webb (2013) More exotic and fewer native plant species: riverine vegetation patterns associated with altered seasonal flow patterns. River Research and Applications 29: 686-706.

Greet, J., R. D. Cousens and J. A. Webb (2012) Flow regulation affects temporal patterns of riverine plant seed dispersal: potential implications for plant recruitment. Freshwater Biology 57(12): 2568-2579.

Greet, J., J. A. Webb and R. D. Cousens (2011) The importance of seasonal flow timing for riparian vegetation dynamics: a systematic review using causal criteria analysis. Freshwater Biology 56(7): 1231-1247.

Greet, J., J. A. Webb and B. J. Downes (2011) “Flow variability maintains the structure and composition of in-channel riparian vegetation.” Freshwater Biology 56(12): 2514-2528.

Conference proceedings

Ede, F., Greet, J., Dabal, R. and Robertson, D. (2017) Counting the Cost of Revegetation: is Direct Seeding Cheaper than Planting Tube-stock? In: Proceedings of Restore, Regenerate, Revegetate, August 2017, Armidale, Victoria, Australia.

Greet, J., King, E., and Stewart-Howie, M. (2016) Plastic weed matting is better than jute or woodchips for controlling the invasive wetland grass species Phalaris arundinacea, but not Phragmites australis. In: Proceedings of the WSV 6th Biennial Conference, 6-9 June 2016, Creswick, Victoria, Australia.

Reports

Ede, F. and Greet, J. (2016) Direct Seeding Research Project: Progress Report, September 2016. Melbourne Waterway Research Practice Partnership Technical Report 16.2. The University of Melbourne.

Greet, J. (2016) Cockatoo Swamp Vegetation Condition Monitoring Program: baseline data for 2015-2016. Waterway Ecosystem Research Group Technical Report 16.4. The University of Melbourne.

Greet, J. (2016) Seaford Wetlands Vegetation Monitoring Program: report on Phragmites expansion and control. Waterway Ecosystem Research Group Technical Report 16.3. The University of Melbourne.

Greet, J. (2015) An assessment of revegetation trials at the Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve. Waterway Ecosystem Research Group Technical Report 15.5. The University of Melbourne.

Greet, J. (2015) Seaford Wetlands Vegetation Monitoring Program: report on Phragmites expansion and control. Waterway Ecosystem Research Group Technical Report 15.4. The University of Melbourne.

Greet, J. (2015) Proposed Vegetation Condition Monitoring Program for the Cockatoo Swamp. Waterway Ecosystem Research Group Technical Report 15.3. The University of Melbourne.

Greet, J. (2014) Environmental Watering Objectives for the Cockatoo Swamp. Waterway Ecosystem Research Group Technical Report. The University of Melbourne.

Baggiano, O., Greet J., Bond, N., Walsh, C. (2014). Determination of the key drivers of stream water temperatures in the greater Melbourne region. Melbourne Waterway Research Practice Partnership. The University of Melbourne.

Greet, J. (2014). Assessment of revegetation success at the Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve. May 2014. Report prepared for Parks Victoria.

Greet J. (2014). Investigations into the water regime requirements of Eucalyptus camphora subsp. humeana (Mountain Swamp Gum). May 2014. Report prepared for Melbourne Water.

Greet, J. (2014). Seaford Wetlands monitoring program: report on first ‘after’ survey and photo-point monitoring. April 2014. Report prepared for Melbourne Water.

Greet, J. (2013). Seaford Wetlands monitoring program: report on quadrat ‘before’ surveys and photo-point monitoring. May 2013. Report prepared for Melbourne Water.

Greet, J. (2012). Report on scoping study into the water regime requirements of Eucalyptus camphora subsp. humeana (Mountain Swamp Gum). September 2012. Report prepared for Melbourne Water.

Webb, J. A. Martin, E. H., Greet, J., Kennedy, D. M. (2012) An analysis of Lake Victoria vegetation and shoreline monitoring data. Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Canberra.

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