Loretta Garrett
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Defining sustainability of plantation forests through identification of site quality indicators influencing productivity—a national view for New Zealand
MS Watt, G Coker, PW Clinton, MR Davis, R Parfitt, R Simcock, L Garrett, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 216 (1-3), 51-63, 2005
Spatial distribution and influence of large woody debris in an old-growth forest river system, New Zealand
BR Baillie, LG Garrett, AW Evanson
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (1-2), 20-27, 2008
Decomposition of Pinus radiata coarse woody debris in New Zealand
LG Garrett, GR Oliver, SH Pearce, MR Davis
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (11), 3839-3845, 2008
Variation in soil carbon in pine plantations and implications for monitoring soil carbon stocks in relation to land-use change and forest site management in New Zealand
GR Oliver, PN Beets, LG Garrett, SH Pearce, MO Kimberly, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 203 (1-3), 283-295, 2004
Effects of climate change on the delivery of soil‐mediated ecosystem services within the primary sector in temperate ecosystems: a review and New Zealand case study
KH Orwin, BA Stevenson, SJ Smaill, MUF Kirschbaum, IA Dickie, ...
Global change biology 21 (8), 2844-2860, 2015
Decomposition of coarse woody roots and branches in managed Pinus radiata plantations in New Zealand–A time series approach
LG Garrett, MO Kimberley, GR Oliver, SH Pearce, PN Beets
Forest Ecology and Management 269, 116-123, 2012
Impacts of harvest residue management on soil carbon stocks in a plantation forest
HS Jones, LG Garrett, PN Beets, MO Kimberley, GR Oliver
Soil Science Society of America Journal 72 (6), 1621-1627, 2008
Harvest residue management and fertilisation effects on soil carbon and nitrogen in a 15-year-old Pinus radiata plantation forest
HS Jones, PN Beets, MO Kimberley, LG Garrett
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (3), 339-347, 2011
A survey of herbicide use and a review of environmental fate in New Zealand planted forests
CA Rolando, LG Garrett, BR Baillie, MS Watt
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 43, 1-10, 2013
Decomposition of woody debris in managed Pinus radiata plantations in New Zealand
LG Garrett, MO Kimberley, GR Oliver, SH Pearce, TSH Paul
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (8), 1389-1398, 2010
Relationships between soil and foliar nutrients in young densely planted mini-plots of Pinus radiata and Cupressus lusitanica
MR Davis, G Coker, RL Parfitt, R Simcock, PW Clinton, LG Garrett, ...
Forest ecology and management 240 (1-3), 122-130, 2007
Decomposition of coarse woody debris, and methods for determining decay rates
L Garrett, M Davis, G Oliver
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 37 (2), 227, 2007
Effects of forest harvest and fertiliser amendment on soil biodiversity and function can persist for decades
SL Addison, SJ Smaill, LG Garrett, SA Wakelin
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 135, 194-205, 2019
Planted Forest Carbon Monitoring System--forest carbon model validation study for Pinus radiata.
PN Beets, MO Kimberley, TSH Paul, LG Garrett
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 41, 2011
Environmental fate of terbuthylazine and hexazinone in a New Zealand planted forest Pumice soil
LG Garrett, MS Watt, CA Rolando, SH Pearce
Forest Ecology and Management 337, 67-76, 2015
New Zealand carbon monitoring system soil data collection manual
MR Davis, RH Wilde, L Garrett, G Oliver
Wellington, Ministry for the Environment, 2004
Pesticide use in planted forests in New Zealand.
C Rolando, B Baillie, T Withers, L Bulman, L Garrett
New Zealand Journal of Forestry 61 (2), 3-10, 2016
Climate change and community resilience in the waiapu catchment
T Warmenhoven, T Barnard, P Pohatu, L Garrett, T Porou, GP Fitzgerald, ...
Ministry for Primary Industries, 2014
Natural forest plot data analysis: carbon stock analyses and re-measurement strategy
PN Beets, MO Kimberley, CJ Goulding, LG Garrett, GR Oliver, TSH Paul
Scion contract report prepared for the Ministry for the Environment, Wellington, 2009
Globally relevant lessons from a long-term trial series testing universal hypothesis of the impacts of increasing biomass removal on site productivity and nutrient pools
LG Garrett, SJ Smaill, SL Addison, PW Clinton
Forest Ecology and Management 494, 119325, 2021
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