How do Water Regime and Grazing Alter the Reproductive Capacity of Aquatic Plants?
Dr Margaret A. Brock
Botany, Rural Science and Natural Resources, University of New England
Environment Australia, 2000
7. Publications and Presentations from the Project
These publications and presentations incorporate ideas used and developed in this project. Most also incorporate ideas and data developed from previous projects. References largely developed prior to this project are marked #.
Referred Journal Articles, Book Chapters and Books
Boulton A.J. and Brock M A. (1999) Australian Freshwater Ecology: Processes and Management . Gleneagles Publishing Adelaide 250 pp
#Brock M.A. and Casanova M.T. (1997) Plant Life at the edges of wetlands; ecological responses to wetting and drying patterns pp 181-192 In Frontiers in ecology: Building the Links. Eds N. Klomp and I.Lunt, Elsevier Science , Oxford.
Brock M.A. (1998) Understanding plant germination, establishment and reproduction for wetland revegetation. Pp131-137 In Wetlands in a Dry Land: Understanding for Management Ed W.D. Williams (Environment Australia)
#Brock M A (1998) Are temporary wetlands resilient? Evidence from seed banks of Australian and South African wetlands pp 193-206 In McComb A.J and Davis J.A.(eds) 'Wetlands for the Future' Gleneagles Press Adelaide
Brock M.A. (1998) Are aquatic plant seed banks resilient to water regime alteration? Implications for the Paroo River system. In Free Flowing River: the ecology of the Paroo river pp 129-138 Ed R.T. Kingsford, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Sydney.
Brock M. A. Smith R.G.B .and Jarman P.J. (1999) Drain it, dam it: alteration of water regime in shallow wetlands on the New England Tableland of NSW. Wetlands Ecology and Management 7: 37-46
Casanova M.T.and Brock M.A. (2000) How do depth, duration and frequency of flooding influence the establishment of wetland plant communities? Plant Ecology 147: 237-250
Brock M.A. and Jarman P.J. (in press) Wetland use and conservation the agricultural environment: Management of processes rather than components. In Nature Conservation in Production Environments Eds J.Craig and D Saunders
Leck M.A. and Brock M.A. (in press) Ecological and evolutionary trends in wetlands: Evidence from seeds and seed banks in New South Wales, Australia and New Jersey, USA. Species Biology
Wetland Management Technical Publications
#Brock M A (1997) Are there seeds in your wetland? Assessing Wetland Vegetation Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation 16 pp
Brock M.A and Casanova M.C. (2000) Are there plants in your wetland? Revegetating wetlands. LWRRDC,UNE, DLWC and EA. (Attachment l)
Brock M.A., Casanova, M.T. and Berridge S.M. (in press) Does your wetland flood and dry? Water regime and wetland plants. LWRRDC, UNE, DLWC and EA, (Attachment m)
Brock M.A (1999) University of New England Experimental Wetland brochure: UNE Newholme Wetlands: a facility for the experimental investigation of water regime on the biota. (Attachment c)
Brock M.A. (1998) Fact Sheet on Project produced for National Wetlands R & D Program: Do water regime and grazing alter aquatic plant reproduction? (Attachment d)
Brock M A (1999) How do water regime and grazing alter the reproductive capacity of aquatic plants. pp 6-7 In Wetlands Australia, the National Wetlands Newsletter Issue No 8
Brock M. A. (1998) . Inaugural A.J. McComb Wetlands Invited Lecture. Australian Society for Limnology Are Wetland Resilient, Redundant or Replaceable: Wetland Research, Management and education into the 21st century
Brock M.A. and Cooper C.L. (1998) An Experimental Facility for water regime and wetlands:UNE Experimental Wetlands. Poster presentation Australian Society for Limnology Qld,
Warwick N. and Brock M.A. (1998) How does timing frequency and depth of inundation influence aquatic plant reproduction . Australian Society for Limnology Qld,
Leck M. A and Brock M.A. (1999) Comparative seed ecology of wetland plants. Invited paper in Symposium on Ecology and Evolution of dormancy and germination at International Botanical Conference St Louis Missouri
Crossle, K. and Brock M. A. (1999) From seed bank to seed bank: developing sustainable wetlands. Australian society for Limnology and NZ Society for Limnology joint meeting Taupo New Zealand November 1999.
Brock M.A. (1999) Delivering science to wetland management: how things should be. Australian Wetlands Conference Canberra 1999 (Wetland Care Australia)
Brock M.A. (2000, to be delivered) Differentiation of wetland plant communities from seed banks under artificial water regimes. INTECOL Wetlands Meeting Quebec City.
Crosslé K. L. (1998) Development of aquatic plant communities from transplanted seed bank and vegetative material under different water regimes. B.Sc Honours Thesis, Univerisity of New England, Armidale. Copy provided to EA in 1999