Publications

Hunter, R., J. Callaway, A. Rayburn, and G.C. Coffman. 2016. Tarping and inundation as potential control mechanisms for seed banks of Red Sesbania (Sesbania punicea). Invasive Plant Science and Management 9:261-271.

Orr, B. K., Z. E. Diggory, G. C. Coffman, W. A. Sears, T. L. Dudley, and A. G. Merrill. 2011. Riparian vegetation classification and mapping: Important tools for large-scale river corridor restoration in a semi-arid landscape. Pages 212-232 in J. W. Willoughby, B. K. Orr, K. A. Schierenbeck and N. Jensen, editor. Proceedings of the CNPS Conservation Conference: Strategies and Solutions. 17-19 January 2009. CNPS, Sacramento, California.

Coffman, G.C., R.F. Ambrose, and P.W. Rundel. 2010. Wildfire promotes giant reed (Arundo donax) invasion in riparian ecosystems. Biological Invasions. 12:2723-2734.

Coffman, G.C. March 2007. Factors influencing invasion of giant reed (Arundo donax) in Riparian Ecosystems of Mediterranean-type climate Regions. Dissertation. University of California, Los Angeles.

Coffman, G.C. 2007. Giant reed (Arundo donax): Effects on streams and water resources. In, S.W. Trimble, (ed). Encyclopedia of Water Science.

Coffman, G.C., T. Dudley, P.W. Rundel, and R.F. Ambrose. 2005. Are we creating the ideal conditions for Arundo donax invasion in California? In G. Skurka, (ed.). Proceedings of the California Invasive Plant Council Symposium. 9:9

Coffman, G.C., R.F. Ambrose, and P.W. Rundel. 2004. Invasion of Arundo donax in river ecosystems of mediterranean climates: Causes, impacts and management strategies. Proceedings of the 10th Medecos International Conference, Rhodes, Greece. Millpress Science Publishers, Netherlands.

Coffman, G.C., and R. Knight. 2004. Giant reed eradication project would provide economic benefits to impoverished communities (South Africa). Ecological Restoration. 22(2):146-7

Coffman, G.C. 2004. Invasion of Arundo donax in riparian ecosystems of Mediterranean-type climates: Causes, impacts and management strategies. In, C. Pirosko, (ed.). Proceedings of the California Invasive Plant Council Symposium. 8:15

Coffman, G.C. & J. Zentner. 1999. Shifts in distribution of rough cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium) after a riparian restoration (Green Valley Creek, California). Ecological Restoration 17(4):241

Coffman, G.C. 1998. Natural and restored salt marsh soil seed banks in San Francisco Bay. M.A. Thesis, San Francisco State University.

Coffman, G. 1998. The soil seed bank of restored and historic salt marshes in San Francisco Bay, California: A comparative study. Proceedings of the VII International Congress of Ecology, held July 19-25, 1998 in Florence, Italy, A. Farina, J. Kennedy and V. Bossu, Editors, Firma Effe Advertising and Marketing – I – Reggio Emilia, Florence, Italy.

Gibb, D.M. and G.C. Coffman. 1993. Soil saturation determination for wetland mitigation monitoring using “rusty rods” – a case study. Georgia Water Resources Conference Proceedings. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.