Alison Ritchie
Alison Ritchie
School of Biological Sciences, The University of Western Australia
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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
A Genetic Assessment of Ecological Restoration Success in Banksia attenuata
AL Ritchie, SL Krauss
Restoration Ecology 20 (4), 441-449, 2012
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
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
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
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 190 (1), 255-268, 2019
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
A case study of seed-use technology development for Pilbara mine site rehabilitation
TE Erickson, M Munoz-Rojas, AL Guzzomi, M Masarei, E Ling, ...
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mine Closure, 679-692, 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
EcoCheck: Perth’s Banksia woodlands are in the path of the sprawling city
A Ritchie, E Sinclair, J Stevens, L Commander, R Davis, W Fowler
The Conversation, 2016
Seed‐enhancement combinations improve germination and handling in two dominant native grass species
B Berto, AL Ritchie, TE Erickson
Restoration Ecology 29 (1), e13275, 2021
Developing extruded seed pellets to overcome soil hydrophobicity and seedling emergence barriers
AL Ritchie, JC Stevens, E Todd E
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 1 (2), 1-9, 2020
Ecological and Genetic Indicators of Restoration Success
A Ritchie
University of Western Australia, 2015
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
A threatened ecological community: research advances and priorities for Banksia woodlands
AL Ritchie, LN Svejcar, BM Ayre, J Bolleter, A Brace, MD Craig, B Davis, ...
Australian Journal of Botany, 2021
Flash Flaming Improves Flow Properties of Mediterranean Grasses Used for Direct Seeding
B Berto, TE Erickson, AL Ritchie
Plants 9 (12), 1699, 2020
Seed enhancement technologies: exploring its origin, current use and future restoration applications
V Brown, AL Ritchie, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, MD Madsen, RJ Hobbs
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 2020
Richard J. Hobbs: How one ecologist has influenced the way we think about restoration ecology
LE Valentine, N Shackelford, BA Johnson, MD Craig, MP Perring, ...
Restoration Ecology, 2020
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
Perth’s urban sprawl affecting sex life of plants: Fresh Science, Stories of discovery from early-career researchers around Australia
A Ritchie
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