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Mulch in the Top End, Northern Territory: Establishment elixir or Trojan Horse?. Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Workshop on Native Seed Biology, pp.251-262., 2004.
Development of success criteria for native flora habitat on coal mine rehabilitation areas in Australia. In Remediation and Management of Degraded Lands. Remediation and Management of Degraded Lands. Boca Raton: Lewis Publishers, pp. 13-24., 1999.
Plant and soil influences on estimating biomass of wheat in plant breeding plots using field spectral radiometers. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 47(7), pp.1017 - 1034., 1996.
Seed biology and establishment ecology of northern sandplain kwongan vegetation after mineral sand mining near Eneabba, Western Australia. Environmental Workshop 1990 Proceedings, 1., pp.163-171., 1990.
Canopy-borne seed store in three Western Australian plant communities. Austral Ecology, 15(3), pp.299 - 305., 1990.
Temperature Effects on the Seed-Germination of 10 Kwongan Species From Eneabba, Western-Australia. Australian Journal of Botany, 38(5), p.451., 1990.
Seed biology implications for the maintenance and establishment of Tetratheca juncea (Tremandraceae), a vulnerable Australian species. Australian Journal of Botany, 54(1), pp.35–41., 2006.
Ecological control of weeds on mine sites across Australia. In Proceedings of the 15th Australian Weeds Conference. (Eds. C. Preston, J.H. Watts and N.D. Crossman). pp. 297-300. Proceedings of the 15th Australian Weeds Conference. (Eds. C. Preston, J.H. Watts and N.D. Crossman). pp. 297-300. Adelaide: Weed Management Society of South Australia, Adelaide., 2006.
Seed Biology of Tropical Australian Plants. In Seeds: Biology, Development and Ecology. . Seeds: Biology, Development and Ecology. . Oxon UK: CABI Publishing, pp. 416-427., 2007.
Seed Stores for Restoration of Species-Rich Shrubland Vegetation Following Mining in Western Australia. Restoration Ecology, 1(4), pp.231 - 240., 1993.
A tropical, gregariously semelparous bamboo shows no seed dormancy. Biotropica, 40(1), pp.28 - 31. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:7405., 2008.