|Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades|
MP Perring, RJ Standish, JN Price, MD Craig, TE Erickson, KX Ruthrof, ...
Ecosphere 6 (8), 1-25, 2015
|Primed for change: developing ecological restoration for the 21st century|
N Shackelford, RJ Hobbs, JM Burgar, TE Erickson, JB Fontaine, ...
Restoration Ecology 21 (3), 297-304, 2013
|A systems approach to restoring degraded drylands|
JJ James, RL Sheley, T Erickson, KS Rollins, MH Taylor, KW Dixon
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 730-739, 2013
|Soil physicochemical and microbiological indicators of short, medium and long term post-fire recovery in semi-arid ecosystems|
M Muñoz-Rojas, TE Erickson, D Martini, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Ecological Indicators 63, 14-22, 2016
|Discovery of fairy circles in Australia supports self-organization theory|
S Getzin, H Yizhaq, B Bell, TE Erickson, AC Postle, I Katra, O Tzuk, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (13), 3551-3556, 2016
|Soil quality indicators to assess functionality of restored soils in degraded semiarid ecosystems|
M Muñoz‐Rojas, TE Erickson, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Restoration Ecology 24, S43-S52, 2016
|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 research agenda for seed‐trait functional ecology|
A Saatkamp, A Cochrane, L Commander, LK Guja, B Jimenez‐Alfaro, ...
New Phytologist 221 (4), 1764-1775, 2019
|Cyanobacteria inoculation enhances carbon sequestration in soil substrates used in dryland restoration|
M Muñoz-Rojas, JR Román, B Roncero-Ramos, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, ...
Science of the Total Environment 636, 1149-1154, 2018
|Benefits of adopting seed-based technologies for rehabilitation in the mining sector: a Pilbara perspective|
T Erickson, M Muñoz-Rojas, O Kildisheva, B Stokes, S White, J Heyes, ...
Australian Journal of Botany, 2017
|Increasing the germination envelope under water stress improves seedling emergence in two dominant grass species across different pulse rainfall events|
W Lewandrowski, TE Erickson, KW Dixon, JC Stevens
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (3), 997-1007, 2017
|Soil respiration dynamics in fire affected semi-arid ecosystems: Effects of vegetation type and environmental factors|
M Muñoz-Rojas, W Lewandrowski, TE Erickson, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Science of the Total Environment 572, 1385-1394, 2016
|Climate and soil factors influencing seedling recruitment of plant species used for dryland restoration|
M Muñoz-Rojas, TE Erickson, DC Martini, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Soil 2 (2), 287, 2016
|Pilbara seed atlas and field guide: plant restoration in Australia's arid northwest|
T Erickson, R Barrett, D Merritt, K Dixon
CSIRO PUBLISHING, 2016
|Overcoming physiological dormancy in seeds of Triodia (Poaceae) to improve restoration in the arid zone|
TE Erickson, N Shackelford, KW Dixon, SR Turner, DJ Merritt
Restoration Ecology 24, S64-S76, 2016
|Setting the scene for dryland recovery: an overview and key findings from a workshop targeting seed‐based restoration|
OA Kildisheva, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, KW Dixon
Restoration Ecology 24, S36-S42, 2016
|Effects of indigenous soil cyanobacteria on seed germination and seedling growth of arid species used in restoration|
M Muñoz-Rojas, A Chilton, GS Liyanage, TE Erickson, DJ Merritt, ...
Plant and Soil 429 (1-2), 91-100, 2018
|Flash flaming effectively removes appendages and improves the seed coating potential of grass florets|
AL Guzzomi, TE Erickson, KY Ling, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Restoration Ecology 24, S98-S105, 2016
|A review of germination and early growth as a proxy for plant fitness under petrogenic contamination—knowledge gaps and recommendations|
N Kaur, TE Erickson, AS Ball, MH Ryan
Science of The Total Environment 603, 728-744, 2017
|Seed germination and dormancy traits of forbs and shrubs important for restoration of North American dryland ecosystems|
OA Kildisheva, TE Erickson, MD Madsen, KW Dixon, DJ Merritt
Plant Biology 21 (3), 458-469, 2019