Teresa Konlechner
Teresa Konlechner
National Centre for Coasts and ClimateSchool of Geography, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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From grey to green: Efficacy of eco‐engineering solutions for nature‐based coastal defence
RL Morris, TM Konlechner, M Ghisalberti, SE Swearer
Global change biology 24 (5), 1827-1842, 2018
The potential for marine dispersal of Ammophila arenaria (Marram Grass) rhizome in New Zealand
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton
Journal of Coastal Research, 434-437, 2009
Incipient Foredunes Developed from Marine-dispersed Rhizome of Ammophilia arenaria
M Hilton, T Konlechner
Journal of Coastal Research, 288-292, 2011
The development of a prograded foredune barrier following Ammophila arenaria eradication, Doughboy Bay, Stewart Island
M Hilton, D Woodley, C Sweeney, T Konlechner
Journal of coastal research, 317-321, 2009
Flow and sediment transport dynamics in a slot and cauldron blowout and over a foredune, Mason Bay, Stewart Island (Rakiura), NZ
PA Hesp, M Hilton, T Konlecher
Geomorphology 295, 598-610, 2017
A review of the marram grass eradication program (1999–2009), Stewart Island, New Zealand
MJ Hilton, T Konlechner
Proceedings, the New Zealand plant protection society inc. and the council …, 2010
Restrictions in the sprouting ability of an invasive coastal plant, Ammophila arenaria, from fragmented rhizomes
TM Konlechner, DA Orlovich, MJ Hilton
Plant Ecology 217 (5), 521-532, 2016
An efficient, self-orienting, vertical-array, sand trap
M Hilton, B Nickling, S Wakes, D Sherman, T Konlechner, M Jermy, ...
Aeolian Research 25, 11-21, 2017
Accommodation space limits plant invasion: Ammophila arenaria survival on New Zealand beaches
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton, DA Orlovich
Journal of Coastal Conservation 17 (3), 463-472, 2013
Interglacial-glacial climatic signatures preserved in a regressive coastal barrier, southeastern Australia
TSN Oliver, DM Kennedy, T Tamura, CV Murray-Wallace, TM Konlechner, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 501, 124-135, 2018
Plant community response following the removal of the invasive Lupinus arboreus in a coastal dune system
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton, JM Lord
Restoration Ecology 23 (5), 607-614, 2015
Transgressive dune development following deliberate de-vegetation for dune restoration in the Netherlands and New Zealand
TM Konlechner, MJ Hilton, SM Arens
Dynamic Environments 33, 141-154, 2014
Burial, erosion, and transformation of archaeological landscapes: Case studies from southern New Zealand (Aotearoa)
M Hilton, R Walter, K Greig, T Konlechner
Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment 42 (5), 607-627, 2018
Evolution of foredune texture following dynamic restoration, Doughboy Bay, Stewart Island, New Zealand
TM Konlechner, W Ryu, MJ Hilton, DJ Sherman
Aeolian Research 19, 203-214, 2015
Patterns of early-colonising species on eroding to prograding coasts; implications for foredune plant communities on retreating coastlines
TM Konlechner, DM Kennedy, RD Cousens, JLD Woods
Geomorphology 327, 404-416, 2019
Downwind dune dynamics following Ammophila arenaria invasion
TM Konlechner, EECB Buckley, MJ Hilton, SJ Wakes
Journal of Coastal Research, 298-302, 2016
Developing a nature-based coastal defence strategy for Australia
RL Morris, EMA Strain, TM Konlechner, BJ Fest, DM Kennedy, SK Arndt, ...
Australian Journal of Civil Engineering 17 (2), 167-176, 2019
Flow deflection and deceleration across a simple foredune
MJ Hilton, SV Hatcher, SJ Wakes, TM Konlechner
Journal of Coastal Research, 293-297, 2016
Coastal dune mobility over the past century: A global review
J Gao, DM Kennedy, TM Konlechner
Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment 44 (6), 814-836, 2020
The management challenge posed by marine dispersal of terrestrial plants in coastal dune systems
TM Konlechner
New Zealand Geographer 64 (2), 154-156, 2008
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