Australian Institute of Alpine Studies


Frances Greeshaw (nee Johnston)

Frances Johnston

affiliation

Griffith University

email

contact details

40 McIntosh Circuit, Murrumbateman NSW 2582, Australia, Mob: 0412718523

research interests

publications

Published/In press

Pickering, C.M., Hill, W. and Johnston, F. (2005). Snapshot 14.13 Weeds, tourism, and climate change.  In: Worboys, G. DeLacy, T. and Lockwood, M. Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice, Second Edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. pp. 399- 400.

Johnston, F.M. and Johnston, S.W. (2004) Impacts of road disturbance on soil properties and weed plant occurrence in subalpine areas of the Australian Alps. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 36, 201-207.

Johnston, F.M. and Pickering, C.M. (2004) Effect of altitude on resource allocation in the weed Achillea millefolium (yarrow, Asteraceae) in the Australian Alps Australian Journal of Botany 52, 1-6.

Pickering, C.M., Hill, W. and Johnston, F. (2003) Ecology of disturbance: the effect of tourism infrastructure on weeds in the Australian Alps. In: Celebrating Mountains Proceeding of Conference for the International Year of the Mountains. Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Jindabyne, November 2002.

Johnston, F.M. and Johnston, S.W. (2003) Weeds set to flourish following fires. Victorian Naturalist 120, 194-97.

Sanecki, G.M., Sanecki, K.L., Wright, G.T. and Johnston, F.M. (2003). The response of yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) to herbicide application in the Snowy Mountains, South Eastern Australia. Weed Research 43, 357-361.

Johnston, F. (2002) Ecology of the Weed Achillea millefolium in Alpine and Subalpine Habitats of Kosciuszko National Park. In: Research on Australia's High Country 1999-2001. (eds Pickering, C.M., Green, K. and Bridle, K.). Mountain Tourism Report. Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism. p 129.  ISBN 1 920704 00 0.

Johnston, F. (2002) Alien Plants in the Australian Alps. In: Research on Australia's High Country 1999-2001. (eds. Pickering, C.M., Green, K. and Bridle, K.). Mountain Tourism Report. Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism. p 34. ISBN 1 920704 00 0.

Johnston, F.M. and Pickering, C.M. (2001) Yarrow, Achillea millefolium L.: A weed threat to the flora of the Australian Alps. Victorian Naturalist 188, 230-233.

Johnston, F., Pickering, C.M. and Enders, G. (2001) Alien Plants in the Australian Alps. Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism. Fact Sheet.

Johnston, F., Pickering, C.M. and Enders, G. (2001) Yarrow a Weed that Thrives on Tourism. Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism. Fact Sheet.

Johnston, F.M. and Johnston, S.W. (2001) Relationship between road induced disturbance, soil properties and weed occurrence in Kosciuszko National Park. In: Ecological Society of Australia 2001 Abstract, University of Wollongong. Woolongong.

Johnston, F. M. and Pickering, C. M. (2001) Alien plants in the Australian Alps Mountain Research and Development 21, 284-291.

Under Review

Johnston FM and Pickering CM (Under Review) Phenology of Achillea millefolium (yarrow, Asteraceae) on altitudinal and disturbance gradients in the Australian Alps. Nordic Journal of Botany

Johnston, F. and Pickering, C.M. (Under Review) Effect of density on biomass of Poa fawcettiae and Achillea millefolium. Australian Journal of Botany.

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