Publications

Listed below, and in annual order, you will find the publication record of the Fenner School of Environment and Society.

On the right you will find Annual Reports, Occasional Papers, Year Books and other reports, from both the Fenner School and its predecessor organizations.

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These 2006 publications were products of the Fenner School of Environment & Society's precursor organizations: The School of Resources, Environment & Society and the Centre for Resource & Environmental Studies.

Books

  • Barr, C., Resosudarmo, D., Dermawan, A., McCarthy, J., Moeliono, M., Setiono, B. (eds) 2006. Decentralization of Forest Administration in Indonesia: Implications for Forest Sustainability Economic Development and Community Livelihoods, Bogor, Center for International Forestry Research, 155p.

  • Costanza, R., Graumlich, L.J., Steffen, W. (eds) 2006. Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and Future of People on Earth, Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, 495p.

  • Leal Filho, W., Carpenter, D. (eds). 2006. Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 291p.

  • Lindenmayer, D., Fischer, J. 2006. Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change, Washington, Island Press, 317p.

  • Wild River, S., Healy, S. 2006. Guide to Environmental Risk Management, Sydney, CCH Australia, 187p.

Book Chapters

  • Carpenter, D., Dyball, R. 2006. ‘Outside In’ - Experiential Education for Sustainability, Walter Leal Filho, ed, Innovation, Education and Communication for Sustainable Development, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 7663pp.

  • Carpenter, D., Mitchell, B., Meehan, B. Planning for biodiversity: a challenge for universities, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 101-204.

  • Costanza, R., Graumlich, L.J., Steffen, W. 2006. Sustainability or Collapse: Lessons from Integrating the History of Humans and the Rest of Nature, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and Future of People on Earth, Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, 3-18.

  • Daniell, KA. Kingsborough, A.B., Malovka, D.J., Sommerville, H.C., Foley, B.A., Maier, H.R. 2006. Sustainability Assessment of Housing Developments: A New Methodology, Pascal Perez and David Batten, eds, Complex Science for a Complex World: Exploring Human Ecosystems with Agents, Canberra, ANU E Press, 113-146.

  • Dore, J. 2006. The Governance of Increasing Mekong regionalism, Abe Ken-ichi, ed, Mediating for sustainable development in the Mekong Basin, Osaka, National Museum of Ethnology, 17-54.

  • Dovers, S. 2006. Precautionary policy assessment for sustainability, Elizabeth Fisher et al., eds, Implementing the Precautionary Principle: Perspectives and Prospects, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 88-109.

  • Dovers, S., Connor, R. 2006. Institutional and policy change for sustainability, Benjamin J Richardson and Stepan Wood, eds, Environmental Law for Sustainability: a reader, Oxford, Hart Publishing, 21-60.

  • Dray, A. Perez, P. Le Page, C., D’Aquino, P., White, I. 2006. AtollGame: A companion modelling experience in the Pacific, Pascal Perez and David Batten, eds, Complex Science for a Complex World: Exploring Human Ecosystems with Agents, Canberra, ANU E Press, 255-280.

  • Dyball, R., Carpenter, D. 2006. Human ecology and education for sustainability, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 45-66.

  • Hare, M.P., Barreteau, O., Beck, B.M., Letcher, R., Mostert, E., Tabara, J.D., Ridder, D., Cogan, V., Pahl-Wostl, C. 2006. Methods for stakeholder participation in water management, Carlo Carraro, Anthony Jakeman, Derek Karssenberg and Matt Hare, eds, Sustainable Management of Water Resources: An Integrated Approach, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 177-232.

  • Hibbard, KA. Crutzen, P.J., Lambin, E.F., Liverman, D.M., Mantau, N.J., McNeill, J.R., Messerli, B., Steffen, W. 2006. Group report: decadal-scale interactions of humans and the environment, Robert Costanza, Lisa J. Graumlich, and Will Steffen, eds, Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and Future of People on Earth, Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, 341-378.

  • Jakeman, A., Giupponi, C., Karssenberg, D., Hare M.P.,  Fassio, A., Letcher, R. 2006. Integrated management of water resources: concepts,  approaches and challenges, Carlo Carraro, Anthony Jakeman, Derek Karssenberg and Matt Hare, eds, Sustainable Management of Water Resources: An Integrated Approach, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 3-26.

  • Jakeman, A., Norton, J., Letcher, R., Maier, H.R., 2006. Integrated modelling: construction, selection, uncertainty, Carlo Carraro, Anthony Jakeman, Derek Karssenberg and Matt Hare, eds, Sustainable Management of Water Resources: An Integrated Approach, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 263-286.

  • Kaufman, S., Symons, W.,  Bachar, Z. 2006. The Green Steps Program: fostering environmental change agents, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 91-106.

  • Letcher, R., Bromley, J. 2006. Typology of models and methods of integration, Carlo Carraro, Anthony Jakeman, Derek Karssenberg and Matt Hare, eds, Sustainable Management of Water Resources: An Integrated Approach, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 287-346.

  • MacDonald, B., White, I., Heath, L., Smith, J., Keene, A.F., Tunks, M., Kinsela, A. 2006. Tracing the outputs from drained acid sulphate flood plains to minimize threats to coastal lakes. Chue Thai Hoanh et al., eds, 2006. Environment and Livelihoods in Tropical Coastal Zones: Managing Agriculture-Fishery-Aquaculture Conflicts, Wallingford, CABI Publishing, 99-106.

  • McCarthy, J., Barr, C., Resosudarmo, D., Dermawan, A. 2006. Origins and scope of Indonesia’s decentralization laws, Barr, C. et al., eds, Decentralization of Forest Administration in Indonesia: Implications for Forest Sustainability, Economic Development and Community Lvelihoods, Bogor, Center for International Forestry Research, 31-57.

  • Mills, F., Sundaram, M., Slanger, T.G., Allen, M., Yung, Y.L. 2006.  Oxygen chemistry in the Venus middle atmosphere, Anil Bhardwaj, ed, Advances in Geosciences Volume 3: Planetary Science, Hackensack, NJ. World Scientific Publishing Company, 109-117.

  • Morgan, M., Strelein, L., Weir, J.K. 2006. Authority, knowledge and values: indigenous nations engagement in the management of natural resources in the Murray-Darling Basin, Marcia Langton, Odette Mazel, Kathryn Shain, Lisa Palmer, Maureen Tehan, eds, Settling With Indigenous People: Modern Treaty and Agreement Making, Sydney, Federation Press.

  • Reid, J.C., Carpenter, D., Meehan, B. 2006. Art for earth’s sake: creative and interdisciplinary collaborations for sustainability in the tertiary sector, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 81-90.

  • Resosudarmo, D., Barr, C., Dermawan, A., McCarthy, J. 2006. Fiscal Balancing and the Redistribution, Barr, C. et al., eds, Decentralization of Forest Administration in Indonesia: Implications for Forest Sustainability, Economic Development and Community Livelihoods, Bogor, Center for International Forestry Research, 58-86.

  • Resosudarmo, D., Barr, C., Dermawan, A., Setiono, B. 2006. Decentralization’s Effects on Forest Concessions and Timber Production, Barr, C. et al., eds, Decentralization of Forest Administration in Indonesia: Implications for Forest Sustainability, Economic Development and Community Livelihoods, Bogor, Center for International Forestry Research, 88-107.

  • Resosudarmo, D., Barr, C., McCarthy, J., Dermawan, A. 2006. Forests and decentralization in Indonesia: an overview, Barr, C. et al., eds, Decentralization of Forest Administration in Indonesia: Implications for Forest Sustainability, Economic Development and Community Livelihoods, Bogor, Center for International Forestry Research, 1-17.

  • Resosudarmo, D., McCarthy, J., Barr, C., Dermawan, A., Moeliono, M. 2006. Decentralization and recentralization in Indonesia’s forestry sector: summary and recommendations, Barr, C. et al., eds, Decentralization of Forest Administration in Indonesia: Implications for Forest Sustainability, Economic Development and Community Livelihoods, Bogor, Center for International Forestry Research, 122-133.

  • Rose, D.B. 2006. New World poetics of place: along the Oregon Trail and in the National Museum of Australia, Annie E Coombes, ed, Rethinking Settler Colonialism:  History and Memory in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa, 228-244, Manchester University Press

  • Sherren, K. Pillars of Society: The historical context for sustainability and higher education in Australia, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 11-32.

  • Sherren, K., Robin, L. 2006. A curriculum for a cause?, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 33-44.

  • Tennant-Wood, R. 2006.  Silent partners: the fluid relationship between women and dammed rivers in the Snowy region of Australia, Fluid Bonds: Views on Gender and Water, STREE, Kolkata.

  • Tennant-Wood, R., Sullivan, J. 2006. Towards a model for best practice recycling in the tertiary sector, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 219-32.

  • White, I., Melville, M.D., MacDonald, B., Quirk, R. Hawken, R. Tunks, M., Buckley, D. Beattie, R.N., Heath, L., Williams, J. 2006. From conflict to industry- regulated best practice guidelines: a case study of estuarine flood plain management of the Tweed River, Eastern Australia, Chue Thai Hoanh et al., eds, Environment and Livelihoods in Tropical Coastal Zones: Managing Agriculture-Fishery-Aquaculture Conflicts, Wallingford, CABI Publishing, 107-125.

  • Wild River, S. 2006. Preventing pollution from the Australian National University, Walter Leal Filho and David Carpenter, eds, Sustainability in the Australasian University Context, Freiburg, Peter Lang, 267-282.

Journal Articles

  • Adcock, G., Hodges, K., Boland, C., Cockburn, A., Ebert, D., Heinsohn, R.G. 2006. Microsatellite loci for behavioural studies of rainbow bee-eaters (Merops ornatus: Aves), Molecular Ecology Notes, 6, 734-736.

  • Adnan, A.H., Dovers, S. 2006. Sustainability indicators, policy and governance: issues for ecological economics, Ecological Economics, 60, 86-99.

  • Arabena, K. 2006. Preachers, policies and power: the reproductive health of adolescent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 17, 2, 85-90.

  • Arabena, K. 2006. The Universal Citizen: an indigenous citizenship framework for the twenty-first century, Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2, 36-46.

  • Baker, R., Le Heron, R., McEwen, L. 2006. Co-Learning: re-linking research and teaching in geography, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 30, 1, 77-88.

  • Beck, N., Heinsohn, R.G. 2006. Group composition and reproductive success of cooperatively breeding white-winged choughs (Corcorax melanorhamphos) in urban and non-urban habitat, Austral Ecology, 31, 588-596.

  • Blackmore, C., Adcock, G., Ebert, D., Heinsohn, R.G. 2006. Microsatellite loci for population and behavioural studies of grey-crowned babblers (Pomatostomus temporalis: Aves), Molecular Ecology Notes, 6, 412-414.

  • Brack, C. 2006. Updating urban forest inventories: an example of the DISMUT model, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 5, 189-194.

  • Brack, C., Richards, G.D., Waterworth, R. 2006. Integrated and comprehensive estimation of greenhouse gas emissions from land systems, Sustainability Science, 1, 1, 91-106.

  • Brookhouse, M. 2006. Eucalypt dendrochronology: past  present and potential, Australian Journal of Botany, 54, 435-449.

  • Brookhouse, M., Brack, C. 2006. Crossdating and analysis of eucalypt tree rings exhibiting terminal and reverse latewood, Trees Structure and Function, 20, 6, 767-781.

  • Brown, V. 2006. Towards the next renaissance? Making collective decisions combining community, expert and organisational knowledge, International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 6, 3, 43-55

  • Brown, V., Ritchie, J. 2006. Sustainable communities: what should our priorities be?, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 17, 3211-216

  • Carr, A.J.L., Hazell, D. 2006. Talking frogs: the role of communication in ecological research on private land, Biodiversity and Conservation, 15, 3177-3191

  • Cary, G., Keane, R., Gardner, R., Lavorel, S., Flannigan ,M., Davies, I., Li, C., Lenihan, J.M., Rupp, T.S., Mouillot, F. 2006. Comparison of the sensitivity of landscape-fire-succession models to variation in terrain  fuel pattern climate and weather, Landscape Ecology, 21, 1, 121-137

  • Croke, B. 2006. A technique for deriving an average event unit hydrograph from streamflow - only data for ephemeral quick-flow-dominant catchments, Advances in Water Resources, 29, 4, 493-502

  • Croke, B., Andrews, F., Jakeman, A., Cuddy, S., Luddy, A. 2006. IHACRES Classic Plus: a redesign of the IHACRES rainfall-runoff model, Environmental Modelling and Software, 21, 426-427

  • Croke, B., Letcher, R., Jakeman, A. 2006. Development of a distributed flow model for underpinning assessment of water allocation options in the Namoi River Basin, Australia, Journal of Hydrology, 319, 1-Apr, 51-71

  • Croke, J. 2006. A technique for deriving an average event unit hydrograph from streamflow - only data for ephemeral quick-flow-dominant catchments, Advances in Water Resources, 29, 493-502

  • Dargavel, J. 2006. From exploitation to science: Lane Poole’s forest surveys of Papua New Guinea  1922-1924, Historical Records of Australian Science, 17, 71-90

  • Dray, A., Perez, P., Jones, N., Le Page, C., D’Aquino, P., White, I., Auatabu, T. 2006. The AtollGame experience: from knowledge engineering to a computer-assisted role playing game, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 9, 1, 1-10

  • Drewry, J. 2006. Natural recovery of soil physical properties from treading damage of pastoral soils in New Zealand and Australia: a review, Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 114, 2, 159-169

  • Drewry, J., Newham, L., Greene, R., Jakeman, A., Croke, J. 2006. A review of nitrogen and phosphorus export to waterways: context for catchment modelling, Marine and Freshwater Research, 57, 757-74

  • Driscoll, D. 2006. Extinction and outbreaks accompany fragmentation of a reptile community. Ecological Applications, 14, 220-240

  • Driscol,l D., Hardy, CC. 2006. Dispersal and phylogeography of the agamid lizard Amphibolurus nobbi in fragmented and continuous habitat, Molecular Ecology, 14, 1613-1629

  • Driscoll, D., Weir, T. 2006. Beetle responses to habitat fragmentation depend on ecological traits, remnant condition and shape, Conservation Biology, 19, 182-194

  • Faunt, K., Cunningham, R., Gibbons, P., Geary, P. 2006. The East Gippsland Silvicultural Systems Project II. Germination and early survival of eucalypt regeneration, Australian Forestry, 69, 182-192

  • Fazey, I., Fazey, JA., Salisbury, JG., Lindenmayer, D., Dovers, S. 2006. The nature and role of experiential knowledge for environmental conservation, Environmental Conservation, 33, 1, 1-10

  • Fazey, I., Proust, K., Johnson, B., Fazey, JA., Newell, EB. 2006. Eliciting the implicit knowledge and perceptions of on-ground conservation managers of the Macquarie Marshes, Ecology and Society, 11, 1, 25

  • Felton, A., Alford, R., Felton, A., Schwarzkopf, L. 2006. Multiple mate choice criteria and the importance of age for male mating success in the microhylid frog  Cophixalus ornatus, Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 59, 786-795

  • Felton, A., Felton, A., Wallace, R., Gomez, H. 2006. Identification,  Behavioural observations, and notes on the distribution of the Titi monkeys Callicebus modestus [Lonnberg 1939]  and Callicebus olallae [Lonnberg 1939], Primate Conservation, 20, 47-52

  • Felton, A., Felton, A., Wood, J., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. Vegetation structure, phenology, and regeneration in the natural and anthropogenic tree-fall gaps of a reduced impact logged subtropical Bolivian forest, Forest Ecology and Management, 235, 186-193

  • Fischer, J., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. Beyond fragmentation:  the continuum model for fauna research and conservation in human-modified landscapes, Oikos, 112, 2, 473-480

  • Fischer, J., Lindenmayer, D., Manning, A. 2006. Biodiversity  ecosystem function  and resilience: ten guiding principles for commodity production landscapes, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 4, 2, 80-86

  • Fisher, D., Double, M., Blomberg, SP., Jennions, M., Cockburn, A. 2006. Post-mating sexual selection increases lifetime fitness of polyandrous females in the wild, Nature, 444, 89-92

  • Forrester, D., Cowie, A., Bauhus, J., Wood, J., Forrester, R.I. 2006. Effects of changing the supply of nitrogen, phosphorus and water on growth and interactions between Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii in a pot trial, Plant and Soil, 280, 267-277

  • Forrester, D., Cowie, A., Bauhus, J., Wood, J., Forrester, R.I. 2006. Effects of changing the supply of nitrogen and phosphorus on growth and interactions between Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii in a pot trial, Plant and Soil, 280, 267-277

  • Gibbons, P. 2006. An overview of methods used to assess vegetation condition at the scale of the site, Ecological Management and Restoration, 7, s10-s17

  • Gibbons, P. 2006. BioMetric Version 1.8. A terrestrial biodiversity assessment tool for the NSW Property Vegetation Plan Developer, Ecological Management and Restoration, 7, 148

  • Gibbons, P. 2006. Mapping vegetation condition in the context of biodiversity conservation, Ecological Management and Restoration, 7, s1-s2

  • Gibbons, P., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. Offsets for land clearing: no net loss or the tail wagging the dog, Ecological Management and Restoration, 8, 26-31

  • Green, K., Sanecki, G. 2006. Immediate and short-term responses of bird and mammal assemblages to a subalpine wildfire in the Snowy Mountains, Australia, Austral Ecology, 31, 673-681

  • Gunningham, N. 2006. Best practice mine safety legislation: are we there yet?, Journal of Occupational Health and Safety - (Australia NZ), 22, 3, Jun-06, 237-249

  • Gunningham, N. 2006. Safety regulation and the mining industry, Australian Journal of Labour Law, 19, 2006, 30-58

  • Hancock, P.A., Hutchinson, M. 2006. Automatic computation of hierarchical biquadratic smoothing lines with minimum GCV, Computers and Geosciences, 32, 834-845

  • Heinrich, I., Banks, J. 2006. Tree-ring anomalies in Toona ciliata, International Association Wood Anatomists Journal, 27, 2, 213-231

  • Heinrich, I., Banks, J. 2006. Variation in phenology  growth  and wood anatomy of Toona sinensis and Toona ciliata in relation to different environmental conditions, International Journal of Plant Sciences, 167, 4, 831-841

  • Heinsohn, RG. 2006. Coloured Perceptions: the unimaginably colourful  hidden world of birds, Wingspan, 16, 2, 20-25

  • Hill, MJ., Senarath, U., Lee, A., Zeppel, M., Nightingale, JM., Williams, RJ., McVicar, TR. 2006. Assessment of the MODIS LAI product for Australian ecosystems, Remote Sensing of Environment, 101, 495-518

  • Hingston, A., Marsden-Smedley, J., Driscoll, D. 2006. Extent of invasion of Tasmanian native vegetation by the exotic bumblebee Bombus terrestris (Apoidea : Apidae), Austral Ecology, 27, 162-172

  • Holley, C., Gunningham, N. 2006. Environment improvement plans: facilitative regulation in practice, Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 23, 6, 448-464

  • Hussey, K., Dovers, S. 2006. Trajectories in Australian water policy, Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, 1, 135, 36-50

  • Hutchinson, M., Hancock, PA.  2006. Spatial interpolation of large climate data sets using bivariate thin plate smoothing splines, Environmental Modelling and Software, 21, 1684-1694

  • Jakeman, A., Letcher, R., Norton, J. 2006. Ten iterative steps in development and evaluation of environmental models, Environmental Modelling and Software, 21, 5, 602-614

  • Kain, D., Dungey, HS., Matheson, AC., Evans, R. 2006. Genetics of wood stiffness and its component traits in Pinus radiata, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36, 5, 1165- 1178

  • King, K., Cary, G., Bradstock, R., Chapman, J., Pyrke, A., Marsden-Smedley, J. 2006. Simulation of prescribed burning strategies in south-west Tasmania  Australia: effects on unplanned fires, fire regimes  and ecological management values, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 15, 527-540

  • Letcher, R., Croke, B., Jakeman, A., Merritt, W. 2006. An integrated modelling toolbox for water resources assessment and management in highland catchments: Model description, Agricultural Systems, 89, 1, 106-131

  • Letcher, R., Croke, B., Merritt, W., Jakeman, A. 2006. An integrated modelling toolbox for water resources assessment and management in highland catchments: Sensitivity analysis and testing, Agricultural Systems, 89, 132-164

  • Letzkus, P., Ribi, WA., Wood, J., Zhu, H., Zhang, SW., Srinivasan, MV. 2006. Lateralization of olfaction in the honeybee Apis mellifera, Current Biology, 16, 1471-1476

  • Lindenmayer, D., Franklin, JF., Fischer, J. 2006. General management principles and a checklist of strategies to guide forest biodiversity conservation, Biological Conservation, 131, 433-445

  • Lucas, RM., Cronin, N., Lee, A., Moghaddam, M., Witte, C., Tickle, PK. 2006. Empirical relationships between AIRSAR backscatter and LiDAR-derived forest biomass Queensland, Australia, Remote Sensing of Environment, 100, 407-25

  • Lucas, RM., Cronin, N., Moghaddam, M., Lee, A., Armston, J., Bunting, P., Witte, C. 2006. Integration of radar and Landsat-derived foliage projected cover for woody regrowth mapping, Queensland, Australia, Remote Sensing of Environment, 100, 3, 388-406

  • Lucas, RM., Lee, A., Williams, ML. 2006. Enhanced simulation of radar backscatter from forests using LiDAR and optical data, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 44, 10, 2736-

  • Manning, A., Fischer, J., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. Scattered trees are keystone structures- implications for conservation, Biological Conservation, 132, 311-321

  • Manning, A., Lindenmayer, D., Barry, SC., Nix, HA. 2006. Multi-scale site and landscape effects on the vulnerable superb parrot of south-eastern Australia during the breeding season, Landscape Ecology, 31, 1119-1133

  • Manning, A., Lindenmayer, D., Fischer, J. 2006. Stretch goals and backcasting: approaches for overcoming barriers to large-scale ecological restoration, Restoration Ecology, 14, 4, 487-492

  • McElhinny, C., Gibbons, P., Brack, C. 2006. An objective and quantitative methodology for constructing an index of stand structural complexity, Forest Ecology and Management, 235, 1, 54-71

  • McElhinny, C., Gibbons, P., Brack, C., Bauhus, J. 2006. Fauna-habitat relationships: a basis for identifying key stand structural attributes in temperate Australian eucalypt forests and woodlands, Pacific Conservation Biology, 12, 2, 89-110

  • McKenney, D., Pedlar, JH., Papadopol, P., Hutchinson, M. 2006. The development of 1901-2000 historical monthly climate models for Canada and the United States, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 138, 69-81

  • Merritt, W., Cohen, S., Neilsen, D., Smith, S., Neale, T., Taylor, B., Barton, M., Alila, Y., Shepherd ,P., McNeill, R., Tansey, J., Carmichael, J., Langsdale, S. 2006. Learning with local help: expanding the dialogue on climate change and water management in the Okanagan Region, British Columbia, Canada, Climatic Change, 75, 331-358

  • Merritt, W., Alila, Y., Barton, M., Taylor, B.,. Cohen, S., Neilsen, D. 2006. Hydrologic response to scenarios of climate change in sub watersheds of the Okanagan Basin  British Columbia, Journal of Hydrology, 79-108

  • Newham, L., Jakeman, A., Letcher, R. 2006. Stakeholder participation in modelling for integrated catchment assessment and management: an Australian case study, International Journal of River Basin Management, 4, 4, 1-13

  • Norton, J., Andrews, F. 2006. Sensitivity and structure assessment of a software tool to gauge the ecological impact of flow scenarios, Journal of Hydrology, 325-339

  • Packer, A., Wood, MJ., James, R. 2006. Soil protection with logging residues during mechanised harvesting of native forests in Tasmania: a preliminary study, Australian Forestry, 69, 2, 128-136

  • Peakall, R., Ebert, D., Cunningham, R., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. Mark-recapture by genetic tagging reveals restricted movements by bush rats (Rattus fuscipes) in a fragmented landscape, Journal of Zoology, 268, 207-216

  • Peakall, R., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. Genetic insights into population recovery following experimental perturbation in a fragmented landscape, Biological Conservation, 132, 520-532

  • Pezzey, JC., Hanley, N., Turner, K., Tinch, D. 2006. Comparing augmented sustainability measures for Scotland: Is there a mismatch?, Ecological Economics, 57, 1, 1-60

  • Reid, J. 2006. Pied Butcherbirds in the near north-west of South Australia , South Australian Ornithologist, 35, 1and2, 59-63

  • Robin, L., Carruthers, J. 2006. Two Gentlemen of Verona: fulmars, rooks and orcadian dreams, Wingspan16, 1, 22-23

  • Robins, L. 2006. A model for knowledge transfer and adoption: a systemic approach to science communication, Environmental Science and Policy, 9, 1, 1-9

  • Rose, DB. 2006. Moral friends in the Zone of Disaster, Tamkang Review, XXXVII, 1, 78-97

  • Rose, DB. 2006. What if the angel of history were a dog?, Cultural Studies Review, 12, 1, 67-78

  • Rose, DB. 2006. The Rivers of Babylon, Manoa: a Pacific Journal of International Writing, 18, 2, 1-6

  • Roxburgh, S., Mackey, B., Dean, C., Randall, L., Lee,  A., Austin, J. 2006. Organic carbon partitioning in soil and litter in subtropical woodlands and open forests: a case study from the Brigalow Belt, Queensland, Rangeland Journal, 28, 115-125

  • Roxburgh, S., Wood, S., Mackey, B., Gibbons, P., Woldendorp, G. 2006. Assessing the carbon sequestration potential of managed forests: a case study from temperate Australia, Journal of Applied Ecology, 43, 1149-1159

  • Sanecki, G., Cowling, A., Green, K., Wood, H., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. Winter distribution of small mammals in relation to snow cover in the subalpine zone, Australia, Journal of Zoology, 269, 99-110

  • Sanecki, G., Green, K., Wood, H., Lindenmayer, D. 2006. The implications of snow-based recreation for small mammals in the subnivean space in south-east Australia, Biological Conservation, 129, 511-518

  • Sanecki, G., Green, K., Wood, H., Lindenmayer, D., Sanecki, K. 2006. The influence of snow cover on home range and activity of the bush-rat (Rattus fuscipes) and the dusky antechinus (Antechinus swainsonii), Wildlife Research, 33, 489-496

  • Sherren, K. 2006. Core issues: reflections on sustainability in Australian University coursework programs, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 7, 4, 400-413

  • Shiel, RJ., Costelloe, JF., Reid, J., Hudson, P., Powling, J. 2006. Zooplankton diversity and assemblages in arid zone rivers of the Lake Eyre Basin, Australia, Marine and Freshwater Research, 57, 49-60

  • Starling, M., Heinsohn, RG., Cockburn, A., Langmore, NE. 2006. Cryptic gentes revealed in pallid cuckoos Cuculus pallidus using reflectance spectrophotometry, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences, , 273, 1929-1934

  • Steffen, W. 2006. The Arctic in an earth system context: from brake to accelerator of change, AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, 35, 4, 153-159

  • Steffen, W. 2006. The Anthropocene, global change and sleeping giants: where on Earth are we going?, Carbon Balance and Management, 1, 3, online

  • Tickle, PK., Lee, A., Lucas, RM., Austin, JJ., Witte, C. 2006. Quantifying Australian forest floristics and structure using small footprint LiDAR and large scale aerial photography, Forest Ecology and Management, 223, 379-394

  • Tidemann, C., Anderson, J., Law, B. 2006. Stream use by the Large-Footed Myotis Myotis macropus in Relation to Environmental Variables in northern New South Wales, Australian Mammalogy, 28, 15-26

  • Wallace, R., Gomez, H., Felton, A., Felton, A. 2006. On a new species of Titi monkey genus Callicebus Thomas (primates Pitheciidae)  from Western Bolivia with preliminary notes on distribution and abundance, Primate Conservation, 20, 29-39

  • Werner ,P., Cowie, ID., Cusack, JS. 2006. Juvenile tree growth and demography in response to feral water buffalo in savannas of northern Australia: an experimental field study in Kakadu National Park, Australian Journal of Botany, 54, 3, 283- 296

  • White, I., Falkland, T., Perez, P., Dray, A., Metutera, T., Metai, E., Overmars, M. 2006. Challenges in freshwater management in low coral atolls, Journal of Cleaner Production, in press, online 13 October 2006, 24 pages

  • White, I., Wade, A., Worthy, M., Mueller, N., Daniell, T., Wasson, R. 2006. The vulnerability of water supply catchments to bushfires: impacts of the January 2003 wildfires on the Australian Capital Territory, Australian Journal of Water Resources, 10, 2, 179-193

  • Wild River, S. 2006. Australian local government attempts to deliver beneficial environmental outcomes, Local Environment: the International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 11, 6, 719-732

  • Wilson, D., Heinsohn, RG., Legge, S. 2006 Age- and sex-related differences in the spatial ecology of a dichromatic tropical python (Morelia viridis), Austral Ecology, 31, 577-587

  • Wilson, D., Heinsohn, RG., Wood, J. 2006. Life-history traits and ontogenetic colour change in an arboreal tropical python Morelia viridis, Journal of Zoology, 270, 399-407

  • Wynn, J., Bird, MI., Vellen, L. Grand-Clements, E., Carter, JO., Berry, SL. 2006. Continental-scale measurement of the soil organic pool with climatic edaphic and biotic controls, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 20, GB1007, 12

  • Ximenes, FA., Gardner, WD., Richards, G. 2006. Total above-ground biomass and biomass in commercial logs following the harvest of spotted gum (Corymbia maculata) forests of SE NSW, Australian Forestry, 69, 3, 213-22

  • Young, P., Garnier, H. 2006. Identification and estimation of continuous-time  data-based mechanistic (DBM) models for environmental systems, Environmental Modelling and Software, 21, 8, 1055- 1072

  • Zerger, A., Gibbons, P., Jones, S., Doyle, S., Seddon, J., Briggs, SV., Freudenberger, D. 2006. Spatially modelling native vegetation condition, Ecological Management and Restoration, 7, s37-s44

Conference Papers

  • Bann, G., Field, J. 2006. Dryland salinity in south east Australia: a localised surface water and soil degradation processes?, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 9-13

  • Beavis, S., Welch, S., Beavis, F., Higgins, A., Kirste, D., Somerville, P., Wallace, L. 2006. The relationship between wetting and drying cycles and pedal structure  fabric and mineralogy at Loveday Lagoon, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 18-22

  • Beavis, S., Welch, S., Kirste, D. 2006. The relationship between soil physical properties and chemical fluxes Loveday Lagoon, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 23-25

  • Beavis, S., Somerville, P., Isaacson, L., Kehoe, M., Beavis, F., Kirste, D., Welch, S. 2006. Sources, sinks and fluxes of acidity in a coastal acid sulfate soils site, 16th Annual VM Goldschmidt Conference 2006

  • Bhati, U., Jha, R. 2006. Emerging opportunities for Australia in India’s paper and paperboard market, Australian Forest Growers 2006 International Biennial Conference: Sustainable Forestry: Everybody Benefits, 66-77

  • Bourke, M. 2006. Whereby we can change an environment--CSIR(O)  William Hartley and the changing grasslands of Australia, 2006 Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference

  • Crane, D., Foran, B. 2006. Powerful choices: options for Australia’s transition to a low-carbon economy, Advances in Energy Studies: Perspectives on Energy Futures

  • Croke, B., Littlewood, I.,Clarke, RT., Collischonn, W. 2006. Hydrological characterisation of four Brazilian catchments using a simple rainfall-streamflow model, 3rd iEMSs Biennial Meeting: Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software

  • Croke, B., Littlewood, I., Post, D. 2006. Rainfall-streamflow-air temperature datasets (and catchment information) available internationally to assist with PUB Decade top-down modelling, 3rd iEMSs Biennial Meeting: Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software

  • Croke, J,. Littlewood, I., Post, D. 2006. The PUB Top-Down Modelling Working Group (TDWG): initial development and activities, Predictions in Ungauged Basins: Promises and Progress

  • Daniell, KA,. Daniell, T. 2006. Human impacts  complexity  variability and non-homogeneity: four dilemmas for the water resources modeller, FRIEND (flow regimes from international experimental and network data)

  • Daniell, KA., Ferrand, N., Tsoukias, A. 2006. Investigating participatory modelling process for group decision aiding in water planning and management, Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN’2006)

  • Daniell, KA., White, I., Ferrand, N., Tsoukias, A., Burn, S., Perez, P. 2006. Towards an art and science of decision aiding for water management and planning: a participatory modelling process, 30th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium

  • Durr, M., Wakelin, SA., Rogers, SL., White, I., MacDonald, B., Welch, S. 2006. Archeal diversity of an acid sulfate soil in coastal northern NSW, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 63-66

  • Field, J. 2006. The effects of biota on the formation of regolith: where are we up to  and where to from here, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 78-83

  • Fu, B., Field, J., Newham, L. 2006. Tracing the source of sediment in Australian coastal catchments, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 100-104

  • Gill, M. 2006. Fire science and society at the rural-urban interface.  Like in a Fire-Prone Environment: Translating Science into Practice.

  • Greene, R., Joeckel, RM., Mason, JA. 2006. Dry saline lakebeds as potential source areas of aeolian dust: studies from the Central Great Plains of the USA and SE Australia, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 113-117

  • Higgins, A., Beavis, S., Kirste, D., Welch, S. 2006. Physicochemical properties of sediments: Loveday Disposal Basin  South Australia, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 139-143

  • Isaacson, L,. Kirste, D., Beavis, S., Welch, S. 2006. Controls of acid  salt and metal distribution at a coastal acid sulfate soils site, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 166-170

  • Kanowski, P. 2006. Communities and participatory forest management, Forests, Wood and Livelihoods: Finding a Future for All, 63-66

  • King, K., Chapman, J. 2006. Using statistics to determine the effectiveness of prescribed burning , The International Statistics Workshop, 307

  • Mikkelson, N., Ellis, DJ., Beavis, S., Kirste, D. 2006. The geochemistry of a coastal aquifer system: Merimbula  NSW, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 244-248

  • Norton, J. 2006. Identification of abrupt changes in catchments by optimal-smoothing adjoints, 14th IFAC Symposium on System Identification (SYSID-2006)

  • Norton, J., Reckhow, K. 2006. W1: Modelling and monitoring environmental outcomes in adaptive management, 3rd iEMSs Biennial Meeting: Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software

  • Raappana, J., Field, J. 2006. Macrozamia communis (L Johnson) as a biogeochemical indicator of mineralisation on the south coast of New South Wales, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 284-287

  • Sherren, K. 2006. Mapping an interdiscipline: collaboration around sustainability in the tertiary sector, 2006 Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, 119

  • Sherren, K. 2006. Silos students and centripetal forces: the institutional and social environments affecting academic innovations for sustainability in the Canadian and Australian tertiary sector, AARE 2006 International Education Research Conference Engaging Pedagogies, 1-21

  • Somerville, P., White, I., MacDonald, B., Welch, S., Beavis, S. 2006. Groundwater and stream water interactions in Widden Brook Upper Hunter Valley  NSW: II, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 326-329

  • Somerville, P., White, I., Beavis, S., MacDonald, B., Welch, S. 2006. Groundwater and stream water interactions in the Widden Brook Upper Hunter Valley NSW, 16th Annual VM Goldschmidt Conference 2006

  • Tynan, S., Opdyke, B., Ellis, DJ., Beavis, S., Welch, S., Kirste, D., Wallace, L. 2006. Interpreting the trace element ratios of freshwater bivalve shells and their application to understand environmental variability, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 350-354

  • Tynan, S., Opkyke, BN., Ellis, D., Beavis, S. 2006. A history of heavy metal pollution recorded in the shell of Mytilus edulis, 16th Annual VM Goldschmidt Conference 2006

  • Wallace, L., Welch, S., McPhail, D., Kirste, D., Beavis, S. 2006. Preliminary rates of sulfide oxidation under circum-neutral and acidic conditions:  Loveday Basin  Lower Murray Floodplains  South Australia, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 355-357

  • Wallace, L., McPhail, D., Welch, S., Kirste, D., Beavis, S., LaMontagne, S., FitzPatrick, RW. 2006. Spatial heterogeneity of S and C stores in an inland acid sulfate soil , 16th Annual VM Goldschmidt Conference 2006

  • Welch, S., Yates, G., Higgins, A., Wallace, L., Kirste, D., Beavis, S. 2006. Experimental results on sulfur and salt flux from an inland sulfidic system - The Loveday Basin, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 358-362

  • Welsh, W. 2006. Water balance modelling in Bowen Queensland  and the ten iterative steps in model development and evaluation, 3rd iEMSs Biennial Meeting: Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software

  • Welsh, W., Barratt, DG., Ranatunga, K., Randall, LA. 2006. Development of a national  landuse-based water balance model for Australia, 3rd iEMSs Biennial Meeting: Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software

  • Welch, S., Kirste, D., Beavis, S., Yates, G., Beavis, F., Wallace, L. 2006. Geochemistry of sulfur in an inland acid sulfate soil system, 16th Annual VM Goldschmidt Conference 2006

  • White, I., Daniell, T. 2006. Bushfires and their implications for management of future water supplies in the Australian Capital Territory, Climatic and Anthropogenic Impacts on the Variability of Water Resources, 20 p

  • White, I., Falkland, T., Metutera, T., Metai, E., Perez, P., Dray, A., Overmars, M. 2006. Climatic and human influences on water resources in low atolls, Climatic and Anthropogenic Impacts on the Variability of Water Resources, 19 p

  • Wild River, S. 2006. Enhancing local government capacity in natural resource management: results from a national study, 1st National Workshop for Regional Natural Resource Management

  • Wild River, S. 2006. Local government and natural resource management, 62nd National Conference and Annual General Meeting of the Murray Darling Association Inc.

  • Wong, V., Greene, R., Murphy, B., Dalal, R., Mann, S., Farquhar, G. 2006. The effects of salinity and sodicity on soil organic carbon stocks and fluxes: an overview, CRC LEME Regolith Symposium  November 2006, 367-371

Software

  • Croke, B., Andrews, F., Jakeman, A., Cuddy, S., Spate, J. 2006. IHACRES 2.0.1 (Identification of unit Hydrographs And Component flows from Rainfall, Evaporation and Streamflow data)

  • Hutchinson, M. 2006. ANUDEM Version 5.2 (ANU Digital Elevation Model)

Other Publications

  • Connell, D., Dovers, S. 2006. Tail Wags Dog -- Water Markets and the National Water Initiative, Public Administration Today, July September, 17-23

  • Dargavel, J. 2006. Charles Lane Poole: forester for a nation, Memento Summer 06-07, Parkes  ACT Australia

  • Douglas, S. 2006. Follow up to biodiversity conservation on church-owned land, Australasian Plant Conservation, Canberra Australia

  • Douglas, S.  2006. The scope for collaborative biodiversity conservation on church-owned land, Australian Plant Conservation, 14, 3, 23-25, Canberra

  • Hussey, K., Connell, D. 2006. Water policy is not that simple, On Line opinion, 1, Feb-06

  • Furuichi, T. 2006. Rapid assessment of impact of sedimentation in Lake Inle, Myanmar (May 2006), New Mandala (Blog), Australian National University RSPAS, online

  • Rose, DB. 2006. Marshall Bell’s decolonisation of Australia, and earth, ‘Aboriginal’ The Art of Marshall Bell Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Woolloongabba

  • Sherren, K. 2006. Green graduates must embrace a complex world, Green Pates Lifestyle 2007, Melbourne, Australia

  • Weir, JK. 2006. Making the connection between water and sustaining indigenous cultural life, People, Practice and Policy, Australia

  • Wild River, S. 2006. How to have excellent natural resource management partnerships with local government, FACT Sheet Australian Government, Land and Water Australia, Canberra

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