Journal papers

Greet J. and King, E. (2019) Slashing Phragmites (Phragmites australis) prior
to planting does not promote native vegetation establishment. Ecological Management and Restoration. doi: 10.1111/emr.12354

Zacks G., Greet J., Walsh C., Raulings E. (2018) The flooding tolerance of two critical habitat-forming wetlands, Leptospermum lanigerum and Melaleuca squarrosa, at different life history stages. Australian Journal of Botany. 66: 500-510.

Duong, A. Greet, J. Walsh, CJ., and Sammonds, MJ. (2018) Managed flooding can augment the benefits of natural flooding for native wetland vegetation. Restoration Ecology.

Moser, S. and Greet, J (2018) Unpalatable neighbours reduce browsing on woody seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management. 414: 41-46

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

Technical reports

Greet, J. (2017) Cockatoo Swamp Vegetation Condition Monitoring Program 2015–2017: baseline data. The Waterway Ecosystem Research Group. Technical Report 17.2. 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.


Duong, A. (2017) Investigating the Effect of Flooding Duration on Wetland Plant Functional Groups in Floodplain Wetlands. Masters Thesis. The University of Melbourne.

Moser, S. (2016) Environmental determinants influencing woody plant persistence: implications for wetland forest restoration using ‘infill’ and ‘cryptic’ planting. Masters Thesis. The University of Melbourne.

Zacks G. (2015) The flooding tolerance of two ecologically important woody riparian plant species. Honours Thesis. The University of Melbourne.

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