PROVENANCE

Broadhurst LM (2007) Managing Genetic Diversity in Remnant Vegetation: Implications for Local Provenance Seed Selection and Landscape Restoration. Technical Note 01/2007, Land and Water Australia, ACT. (Online Resource) Link to Land and Water Australia to access this publication (Accessed: August 2007)

Broadhurst, LM, Lowe A, Coates DJ, Cunningham, SA, McDonald M, Vesk PA, Yates C (2008) Seed supply for broadscale restoration: maximizing evolutionary potential Evolutionary Applications 1: 587-597. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/121397345/PDFSTART (Accessed: February 2009)

Broadhurst LM, North T, Young AC (2006) Should we be more critical of remnant seed sources being used for revegetation? Ecological Management & Restoration, Vol. 7 No. 3, pp. 211-17.

Carr, D (2008) There's more to seed than local provenance.  Thinking Bush (Land and Water Australia) Issue 7, pp 5-8  Carr 2008.pdf.  505KB

 

Coates DJ, van Leeuween SJ (1996) Delineating seed provenance areas for revegetation from patterns of genetic variation. Proceedings of the second Australian workshop on Native Seed Biology for Revegetation, SM Bellairs, Osborne JM (Eds.), 11-12 October Newcastle. Australian Centre for Minesite Rehabilitation Research.

 

CSSRN (2007) Corangamite Region Guidelines:  Acacia melanoxylon,  Acacia verticillata Eucalyptus ovata, Eucalyptus viminalis,  Solanum laciniatum. Corangamite Seed Supply and Revegetation Network, Individual Species Fact Sheets, 3pp.

 

CSSRN (2006) Corangamite Guidelines: Defining seed collection ranges for indigenous plants. Corangamite Seed Supply and Revegetation Network, Fact Sheet 5 pp.  view pdf 

 

CSSRN (2006) Corangamite Region Guidelines:  Acacia dealbata,   Acacia implexa,   Acacia retinodes Allocasuarina verticillata Banksia marginata Callistemon sieberi,  Dodonaea viscosa Eucalyptus camaldulensis,  Eucalyptus leucoxylon Hakea decurrens. Corangamite Seed Supply and Revegetation Network, Individual Species Fact Sheets, 3pp.

 

CSIRO Plant Industry (2005) Local adaptation for revegetation. CSIRO Plant Industry Communication Group, Pamphlet 2 pp., Clayton South, Victoria. (Online Resource) http://www.csiro.au/files/files/p2ja.pdf (Accessed: August 2007)

 

CSIRO Plant Industry (2006) Piecing together the patches. CSIRO Plant Industry Communication Group, Pamphlet, Clayton South, Victoria. (Online Resource) http://www.csiro.au/files/files/p9ch.pdf (Accessed: August 2007)

 

Greening Australia (2006) Seed and Provenance. Veg Futures conference proceedings, Workshop 5 Day 3, Canberra. (Online Resource) http://live.greeningaustralia.org.au/vegfutures/pages/page118.asp  (Accessed: July 2007).

 

Harwood C (1990) Aspects of Species and Provenance Selection. In: Sowing the Seeds: Direct Seeding and Natural Regeneration Conference, 22-25 May 1990, Adelaide Convention Centre. Greening Australia, ACT.  view pdf

 

Jovanovic T, Booth TH (2002) Improved species climatic profiles. RIRDC Publication No. 02/095, RIRDC, ACT. (Online Resource) http://www.rirdc.gov.au/reports/AFT/02-095.pdf  (Accessed: August 2007)

 

Krauss SL, Koch JM (2004) Rapid genetic delineation of provenance for plant community restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology 41, pp. 1162-1173.

 

Ladiges PY, Kelso A (1977) The Comparative Effects of Waterlogging on two Populations of Eucalyptus viminalis Labill. and one Population of E. ovata Labill. Australian Journal of Botany, 25, pp. 159-69.

 

Ladiges PY (1974) Variation in Drought Tolerance in Eucalyptus viminalis Labill. Australian Journal of Botany, 22, pp. 489-500.

 

Ladiges PY, Ashton DH (1974) Variation in some Central Victorian Populations of Eucalyptus viminalis Labill. Australian Journal of Botany, 22, pp. 81-102.

 

McKay JK, Christian CE, Harrison S, Rice KJ (2005) "How Local is Local?": A Review of Practical and Conceptual Issues in the Genetics of Restoration. Restoration Ecology, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 432-440.

 

O'Brien EK, Mazanec RA, Krauss SL (2007) Provenance variation of ecologically important traits of forest trees: implications for restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology, 44, pp. 583-593.

 

Potts BM (1985) Variation in the Eucalyptus gunnii-archeri Complex. III. Reciprocal Transplant Trials. Australian Journal of Botany, 33, pp. 687-704.

 

Warren J (2007) The Geographic Spread of Genetic Variation and the Case for Local Provenance. Farmland Ecology Unit, Scottish Agricultural College. (Online Resource) http://www.floralocale.org/content.asp?did=23928 (Accesssed: July 2007)

 

Waters CM (2001) Guiding the delimitation of local provenance for Australian native grasses. In: Second National Conference of the Native Grasses Association. Stipa Native Grasses Association Inc., NSW. (Online Resource) http://www.regional.org.au/au/stipa/papers/stipa2001-09.htm (Accessed: July 2007)  

 

Whalley RDB, Chivers IH, Waters CM (2003) The assumptions behind the recommended use of local provenances of Australian native grasses for revegetation. In: Third National Native Grasses Conference: Sustainability and beyond, Cooma NSW. O'Dwyer C, Hamilton SD (Eds.), ILFR University of Melbourne, Dookie.

 

Williams G (2007) Local Provenance Plant Seed and Restoration: Scientific Imperative or Romantic Diversion? DISCUSSION PAPER linked to Florabank Provenance Discussion Forum. Note: only registered users can view discussion forums.  View pdf 

 

Young A (2004) Non-provenance genetic issues for native seed sourcing. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Workshop on Native Seed Biology, Adkins SW et al. (Eds.),  Australian Centre for Minerals Extension and Research, Kenmore.