Publications

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

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Ahlstrom, A., Raupach, M.R., Schurgers, G., Smith, B., Arneth, A., Jung, M., Reichstein, M., Canadell, J.G., Friedlingstein, P., Jain, A.K., Kato, E., Poulter, B., Sitch, S., Stocker. B.D., Viovy, N., Wang, Y.P., Wiltshire, A., Zaehle, S., Zeng, N. 2015. The dominant role of semi-arid ecosystems in the trend and variability of the land, Science, 348, 6237, 895-899.

  • Aldunce, P., Beilin, R., Howden, M., Handmer, J. 2015. Resilience for disaster risk management in a changing climate: Practitioners’ frames and practices, Global Environmental Change, 30, 1-11.

  • Amarasingha, R.P.R.K., Suriyagoda, L.D.B., Marambe, B., Galagedara, L.W., Silva, G.L.L.P., Punyawardena, R., Wijekoon, R., Nidumolu, U., Howden, M. 2015. Modelling the Impact of Changes in Rainfall Distribution on the Irrigation Water Requirement and Yield of Short and Medium Duration Rice Varieties Using APSIM During Maha Season in the Dry Zone of Sri Lanka, Tropical Agricultural Research, 26, 2, 274-284.

  • Amarasingha, R.P.R.K., Suriyagoda, L.D.B., Marambe, B., Gaydon, D.S., Galagedara, L.W., Punyawardena, R., Silva, G.L.L.P., Nidumolu, U., Howden, M. 2015. Simulation of crop and water productivity for rice (Oryza sativa L.) using APSIM under diverse agro-climatic conditions and water management techniques in Sri Lanka, Agricultural Water Management, 160, 132-143.

  • Ancillotto L., Sozio G., Mortelliti A., 2015. Acorns were good until tannins were found: Factors affecting seed-selection in the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), Mammalian Biology, 80, 135-140.

  • Anderson, C., Schirmer, J. 2015. An empirical investigation of social capital and social networks at local scale through resistance to lower–carbon infrastructure, Society and Natural Resources, 28, 749-765.

  • Anderson, C., Schirmer, J. 2015. Why and how urban residents resisted a proposed gas-fired power station, Urban Policy and Research, 33, 3, 324-339.

  • Anitha, K., Verchot, L.V., Joseph, S., Herold, M., Solichin Manuri, Avitabile, V. 2015. A review of forest and tree plantation biomass equations in Indonesia, Annals of Forest Science, 72, 981-997.

  • Aplin, L.M., Firth, J.A., Farine, D.R., Voelkl, B., Crates, R.A., Culina, A., Garroway, C.J., Hinde, C.A., Kidd, L.R., Psorakis, I., Milligan, N.D., Radersma, R., Verjelst, B.L., Sheldon, B.C. 2015. Consistent individual differences in the social phenotypes of wild great tits, Parus major, Animal Behaviour, 108, 117-127.

  • Asher, M.J., Croke, B.F.W., Jakeman, A.J., Peeters, L.J.M. 2015. A review of surrogate models and their application to groundwater modeling, Water Resources Research, 51, 8, 5957-5973.

  • Aubault, H., Webb, N.P., Strong, C.L., McTainsh, G.H., Leys, J.F., Scanlan, J.C. 2015. Grazing impacts on the susceptibility of rangelands to wind erosion: The effects of stocking rate, stocking strategy and land condition, Aeolian Research, 17, 89-99.

  • Auerbach, N.A., Wilson, K.A., Tulloch, A.I.T., Rhodes, J.R., Hanson, J.O., Possingham, H.P. 2015. Effects of threat management interactions on conservation priorities, Conservation Biology, 29, 6, 1626-1635.

  • Bajgai, Y., Kristiansen, P., Hulugalle, N., McHenry, M., McCorkell, B. 2015. Soil organic carbon and microbial biomass carbon under organic and conventional vegetable cropping systems in an Alfisol and a Vertisol, Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 101, 1-15.

  • Banks, S.C., Lorin, T., Shaw. R.E., McBurney, L., Blair, D., Blyton, M.D.J., Smith, A.L., Pierson, J.C., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Fine-scale refuges can buffer demographic and genetic processes against short-term climatic variation and disturbance: A 22-year case study of an arboreal marsupial, Molecular Ecology, 24, 15, 3831-3845.

  • Barnett, J., L. S. Evans, C. Gross, A. S. Kiem, R. T. Kingsford, J. P. Palutikof, C. M. Pickering and S. G. Smithers. 2015. From barriers to limits to climate change adaptation: path dependency and the speed of change. Ecology and Society 20 (3): 5.

  • Barton, P., Pierson, J., Lane, P., Westgate, M., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Learning from clinical medicine to improve the use of surrogates in ecology, Oikos, 124, 391-398.

  • Barton, P.S., Lentini, P.E., Alacs, E., Bau, S., Buckley, Y.M., Burns, E.L., Driscoll, D.A., Guja, L.K., Kujala, H., Lahoz-Monfort, J.J., Mortelliti, A., Nathan, R., Rowe, R., Smith, A.L. 2015. Guidelines for Using Movement Science to Inform Biodiversity Policy, Environmental Management, 56, 791-801.

  • Bataille, A., Cashins, S.D., Grogan, L., Skerratt, L.F., Hunter, D., McFadden, M., Scheele, B., Brannelly, L.A., Macris, A., Harlow, P.S., Bell, S., Berger, L., Waldman, B. 2015. Susceptibility of amphibians to chytridiomycosis is associated with MHC class II conformation, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences, 282, 1805,

  • Batson, W.G., Gordon, I.J., Fletcher, D.B., Manning, A.D. 2015. Translocation tactics: A framework to support the IUCN Guidelines for wildlife translocations and improve the quality of applied methods, Journal of Applied Ecology, 52, 1598-1607.

  • Batson, W.G., O’Donnell, C.F.J, Nelson, N.J., Monks, J.M. 2015. Placement period of artificial retreats affects the number and demographic composition but not the body condition of skinks, New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 39, 2, 273- 279.

  • Beck, H.E., De Roo, A., Van Dijk, A.I.J.M. 2015. Global maps of streamflow characteristics based on observations from several thousand catchments, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 16, 4, 1478-1501.

  • Begossi, A., Clauzet, M., Dyball, R. 2015. Fisheries, Ethnoecology, Human Ecology and Food Security: a review of concepts, collaboration and teaching, Seguranca Alimentar e Nutricional, 22, 1, 574-590.

  • Benham, C.F., Beavis, S.G., Hussey, K.E. 2015. The cost of collaboration: how caring for our country has shaped regional natural resource management in an Australian river catchment, Australasian journal of Environmental Management, 22, 3, 285-297.

  • Berry, L.E., Driscoll, D.A., Banks, S.C., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. The use of topographic fire refuges by the greater glider (Petauroides volans) and the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus cunninghami) following a landscape-scale fire, Australian Mammalogy, 37, 39-45.

  • Berry, L.E., Driscoll, D.A., Stein, J.A., Blanchard. W., Banks, S.C., Bradstock, R.A., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Identifying the location of fire refuges in wet forest ecosystems, Ecological Applications, 25, 8, 2337-2348.

  • Berry, L.E., Lindenmayer, D.B., Driscoll, D.A. 2015. Large unburnt areas, not small unburnt patches are needed to conserve avian diversity in fire-prone landscapes, Journal of Applied Ecology, 52, 486-495.

  • Bianchi, F.J.J.A., Walters, B.J., ten Hove, A.L.T., Cunningham, S.A., van der Werf, W., Douma, J.C., Schellhorn, N.A. 2015. Early-season crop colonization by parasitoids is associated with native vegetation, but is spatially and temporally erratic, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 207, 10-16.

  • Blyton, M.D.J., Banks, S.C., Peakall, R. 2015.  The effect of sex-biased dispersal on opposite-sexed spatial genetic structure and inbreeding risk, Molecular Ecology, 24, 1681-1695.

  • Brannelly, L.A., Hunter, D.A., Lenger, D., Scheele, B.C., Skerratt, L.F., Berger, L. 2015. Dynamics of Chytridiomycosis during the Breeding Season in an Australian Alpine Amphibian, PLoS ONE, 10, 12, e0143629.

  • Brown, V.A. 2015. Utopian thinking and the collective mind: beyond transdisciplinarity, Futures, 65, 209-216.

  • Brown, V.A., Lambert, J.A. 2015. Transformational learning: Are we all playing in the same 'game'? Journal of Transformative Learning, Special Issue on International Advances in Higher Education, 3, 1, 35-41.

  • Burns, A.E., Taylor, G.S., Watson, D.M., Cunningham, S.A. Diversity and host specificity of Psylloidea (Hemiptera) inhabiting box mistletoe, Amyema miquelii (Loranthaceae) and three of its host Eucalyptus species, Austral Entomology, 54, 306-314.

  • Bush. D., Kain, D., Kanowski, P., Matheson, C. 2015. Genetic parameter estimates informed by a marker-based pedigree: a case study with Eucalyptus cladocalyx in southern Australia, Tree Genetics & Genomes, 11:798

  • Carnovale, D., Baker, G., Bissett, A., Thrall, P. 2015. Earthworm composition, diversity and biomass under three land use systems in south-eastern Australia, Applied Soil Ecology, 88, 32-40.

  • Chalk, P.M., Craswell, E.T., Polidoro, J.C., Chen, D. 2015. Fate and efficiency of 15N-labelled slow- and controlled-release fertilizers, Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems, 102, 167-178.

  • Chalk, P.M., Inacio, C.T., Craswell, E.T., Chen, D. 2015. On the usage of absolute (x) and relative (d) values of 15N abundance, Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 85, 51-53.

  • Chown, S.L., Clarke, A., Fraser, C.I., Cary, S.C., Moon, K., McGeoch, M.A. 2015. The changing form of Antarctic biodiversity, Nature, 522, 431-438.

  • Cochrane, A., Hoyle, G.L., Yates, C.J., Wood, J., Nicotra, A.B. 2015. The phenotypic response of co-occurring Banksia species to warming and drying, Plant Ecology, 216, 27-39.

  • Cochrane, J.A., Hoyle, G.L., Yates, C.J., Wood, J., Nicotra, A.B. 2015. Climate warming delays and decreases seedling emergence in a Mediterranean ecosystem, Oikos, 124, 150-160.

  • Cornish, P.S., Karmakar, D., Kumar, A., Das, S., Croke, B. Improving crop production for food security and improved livelihoods on the East India Plateau. I. Rainfall-related risks with rice and opportunities for improved cropping systems, Agricultural Systems, 137, 166-179.

  • Crabb, P. 2015. A Unique Event: Charles de Boos and the Braidwood Chinese Gold Miners, Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, 7, 142-148.

  • Crates, R.A., Sheldon, B.C., Garroway, C.J. 2015. Causes and consequences of individual variation in the extent of post-juvenile moult in the blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus (Passeriformes: Paridae), Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 116, 2, 341-351.

  • Croke, B.F.W., Shin, M.-J. 2015. Modifications to a rainfall-streamflow model to handle "non-stationarity", Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 371, 29-33.

  • Cui, S., Xu, S., Huang, W., Bai, X., Huang, Y., Li, G. 2015. Changing urban phosphorus metabolism: Evidence from Longyan City, China, Science of The Total Environment, 536, 924-932.

  • Cvitanovic, C., Hobday, A.J., van Kerkhoff, L., Marshall, N.A. 2015. Overcoming barriers to knowledge exchange for adaptive resource management: the perspectives of Australian marine scientists, Marine Policy, 52, 38-44.

  • Cvitanovic, C., Hobday, A.J., van Kerkhoff, L., Wilson, S.K., Dodds, K., Marshall, N.A. 2015. Improving knowledge exchange among scientists and decision-makers to facilitate the adaptive governance of marine resources: A review of knowledge and research needs, Ocean and Coastal Management, 112, 25-35.

  • Dadswell, G., Dargavel, J., Evans, P.D. 2015. Wood collections in Australia: a history of expansion and retraction, Australian Forestry, 78, 1, 1-11.

  • Dittus, A.J., Karoly, D.J., Lewis, S.C., Alexander, L.V. 2015. A multiregion assessment of observed changes in the areal extent of temperature and precipitation extremes, Journal of Climate, 28, 23, 9206-9220.

  • Doody, J.S., Clulow, S., Kay, G., D'Amore, D., Rhind, D., Wilson, S., Ellis, R., Castellano, C., McHenry, C., Quayle, M., Hands, K., Sawyer, G., Bass, M. 2015. The Dry Season Shuffle: Gorges Provide Refugia for Animal Communities in Tropical Savannah Ecosystems, PLOS One, 10, 7, e0131186

  • Dorresteijn, I., Teixeira, L., von Wehrden, H., Loos, J., Hanspach, J., Stein, J.A.R., Fischer, J. 2015. Impact of land cover homogenization on the Corncrake (Crex crex) in traditional farmland, Landscape Ecology, 30, 1483-1495.

  • Driscoll, D.A., Catford, J.A., Barney, J.N., Hulme, P.E., Inderjit, Martin, T.G., Pauchard, A., Pysek, P., Richardson, D.M., Riley, S., Visser, V. 2015. Reply to Proença et al.: Sown biodiverse pastures are not a universal solution to invasion risk, PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1112, 14, E1696.

  • Dunn, M.R., Lindesay, J.A., Howden, M. 2015. Spatial and temporal scales of future climate information for climate change adaptation in viticulture: A case study of User needs in the Australian winegrape sector, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 21, 2, 226-239.

  • Dutra, L.X.C., Bustamante, R.H., Sporne, I., van Putten, I., Dichmont, C.M., Ligtermoet, E., Sheaves, M., Deng, R.A. 2015. Organizational drivers that strengthen adaptive capacity in the coastal zone of Australia, Ocean & Coastal Management, 109, 64-76.

  • Dyball, R. 2015. From industrial production to biosensitivity: the need for a food system paradigm shift, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 5, 560-572.

  • Eburn, M., Dovers, S. 2015. Learning lessons from disasters: alternatives to Royal Commissions and other quasi-judicial inquiries, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 74, 4, 495-508.

  • Ellis, M.V., Taylor, J.E., Rayner, L. 2015. Remotely-sensed foliage cover and ground-measured stand attributes are complimentary when estimating tree hollow abundances across relictual woodlands in agricultural landscapes, Ecological Management & Restoration, 16, 2, 114-123.

  • Elsawah, S., Guillaume, J.H.A., Filatova, T., Rook, J., Jakeman, A.J. 2015. A methodology for eliciting, representing, and analysing stakeholder knowledge for decision making on complex socio-ecological systems: From cognitive maps to agent-based models, Journal of Environmental Management, 151, 500–516.

  • Engerer, N.A. 2015. Minute resolution estimates of the diffuse fraction of global irradiance for southeastern Australia, Solar Energy, 116, 215-237.

  • Engerer, N.A., Mills, F.P. 2015. Validating nine clear sky radiation models in Australia, Solar Energy, 120, 9-24.

  • Ens, E. J., Pert, P., Clarke, P.A., Budden, M., Clubb, L., Doran, B., Douras, C., Gaikwad, J., Gott, B., Leonard, S., Locke, J., Packer, J., Turpin, G., Wason, S. 2015. Indigenous biocultural knowledge in ecosystem science and management: Review and insight from Australia, Biological Conservation, 181, 133-149.

  • Escott, H., Beavis, S., Reeves, A. 2015. Incentives and constraints to Indigenous engagement in water management, Land Use Policy, 49, 382-393.

  • Evans, M.C., Carwardine, J., Fensham, R.J., Butler, D., Wilson, K.A., Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G., 2015. Carbon farming in agricultural landscapes: assisted natural regeneration as a viable mechanism for restoring biodiversity and ecosystem services, Environmental Science & Policy, 50, 114-129.

  • Evans, M.C., Tulloch, A.I.T., Law, E.A., Raiter, K.G., Possingham, H.P., Wilson, K.A. 2015. Clear consideration of costs, condition and conservation benefits yields better planning outcomes, Biological Conservation, 191, 716-727.

  • Farine, D.R., Firth, J.A., Aplin, L.M., Crates, R.A., Culina, A., Garroway, C.J., Hinde, C.A., Kidd, L.R., Milligan, N.D., Psorakis, I., Radersma, R., Verjelst, B., Voelkl, B., Sheldon, B.C. 2015. The role of social and ecological processes in structuring animal populations: A case study from automated tracking of wild birds, Royal Society Open Science, 2, 150057.

  • Fleming, A., Dowd, A-M., Gaillard, E., Park S., Howden, M. 2015. “Climate change is the least of my worries”: stress limitations on adaptive capacity, Rural Society, 24, 1, 24-41.

  • Fleming, A.E., Petheram, L., Stacey, N. 2015. Australian indigenous women’s seafood harvesting practices and prospects for integrating aquaculture, Journal of Enterprising Communities, 9, 2, 156-181.

  • Fleming, D.A., Measham, T.G. 2015. Income Inequality across Australian Regions during the Mining Boom: 2001–11, Australian Geographer, 46, 2, 201-214.

  • Fleming, D.A., Measham, T.G. 2015. Local Economic Impacts of an Unconventional Energy Boom: The Coal Seam Gas Industry in Australia, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 59, 1, 78-94.

  • Fleming, D.A., Measham, T.G., Paredes, D. 2015. Understanding the resource curse within countries:  Theory, empirical challenges and an application to Australia, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 59, 4, 624-639.

  • Foster, C.N., Barton, P.S., Sato, C.F., McGregor, C.I., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Synergistic interactions between fire and browsing drive plant diversity in a forest understorey, Journal of Vegetation Science, 26, 1112-1123.

  • Foster, C.N., Barton, P.S., Wood, J.T., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Interactive effects of fire and large herbivores on web-building spiders, Oecologia, 179, 237-248.

  • Fraser, C.I., Banks, S.C., Waters, J.M. 2015. Priority effects can lead to underestimation of dispersal and invasion potential, Biological Invasions, 17, 1-8.

  • Fu, B., Burgher, I. 2015. Riparian vegetation NDVI dynamics and its relationship with climate, surface water and groundwater, Journal of Arid Environments, 113, 59-68.

  • Fu, B., Guillaume, J.H.A., Jakeman, A.J. 2015. An iterative method for discovering feasible management interventions and targets conjointly using uncertainty visualizations, Environmental Modelling & Software, 71, 159-176.

  • Fu, B., Pollino, C.A., Cuddy, S.M., Andrews, F. 2015. Assessing climate change impacts on wetlands in a flow regulated catchment: A case study in the Macquarie Marshes, Australia, Journal of Environmental Management, 157, 127-138.

  • Garcia Munoz, A., Mills, F.P. 2015. Pre-conditioned backward Monte Carlo solutions to radiative transport in planetary asmosphered, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 573, A72, 1-20.

  • Garibaldi, L.A., Bartomeus, I., Bommarco, R., Klein, A.M., Cunningham, S.A., Aizen, M.A., Boreux, V., Garratt, M.P.D., Carvalheiro, L.G., Kremen, C., Morales, C.L., Schuepp, C., Chacoff, N.P., Freitas, B.M., Gagic, V., Holzschuh A., Klatt, B.K., Krewenka, K.M., Krishnan, S., Mayfield, M.M., Motzke, I., Otieno, M., Petersen, J., Potts, S.G., Ricketts, T.H., Rundlof, M., Sciligo, A., Sinu, P.A., Steffen-Dewenter, I., Taki, H., Tschamtke, T., Vergara, C.H., Viana, B.F., Woyciechowski, M. 2015. Trait matching of flower visitors and crops predicts fruit set better than trait diversity, Journal of Applied Ecology, 52, 1436-1444.

  • Gerten, D., Rockstrom, J., Heinke, J., Steffen, W., Richardson, K., Cornell, S. 2015. SUSTAINABILITY. Response to Comment on "Planetary boundaries: Guiding human development on a changing planet", Science, 348, 6240, 1217-d.

  • Ghahramani, A., Kokic, P.N., Moore, A.D., Zheng, B., Chapman, S.C., Howden, S.M., Crimp, S.J. 2015. The value of adapting to climate change in Australian wheat farm systems: farm to cross-regional scale, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 211, 112–125.

  • Gibson, R.K., Bradstock, R.A., Penman, T., Keith, D.A., Driscoll, D.A. 2015. Climatic, vegetation and edaphic influences on the probability of fire across mediterranean woodlands of south-eastern Australia, Journal of Biogeography, 42, 1750-1760.

  • Gilfillan, D. 2015. Short-term Volunteering and International Development:  An Evaluation Framework for Volunteer Tourism, Tourism Analysis, 20, 6, 607-618.

  • Goldin, S.R., Brookhouse, M.T., 2015. Effects of coarse woody debris on understorey plants in a temperate Australian woodland, Applied Vegetation Science, 18, 134–142.

  • Goldin, S.R., Hutchinson, M.F. 2015. Thermal refugia in cleared temperate Australian woodlands: Coarse woody debris moderate extreme surface soil temperatures, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 214-215, 39-47.

  • Gould, S.F., Hugh, S., Porfirio, L.L., Mackey, B. 2015. Ecosystem greenspots pass the first test, Landscape Ecology, 30, 1, 141-151.

  • Green, K., Stein, J.A. 2015. Modeling the Thermal Zones and Biodiversity on the High Mountains of Meganesia: The Importance of Local Differences, Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 47, 4, 671-680.

  • Guillaume, J.H.A., Kummu, M., Rasanen, T.A., Jakeman, A.J. 2015. Prediction under uncertainty as a boundary problem: A general formulation using Iterative Closed Question Modelling, Environment Modelling & Software, 70, 97-112.

  • Hall, J., Ellis, P.F., Cary, G.J., Bishop, G., Sullivan, A.L. 2015. Long-distance spotting potential of bark strips of a ribbon gum (Eucalyptus viminalis), International Journal of Wildland Fire, 24, 1109-1117.

  • Hall, M. Forét, P., Kueffer, C., Pouliot, A., Wiedmer, C. 2015. Seeing the Environment through the Humanities: A New Window on Grand Societal Challenges, Gaia 24/2, 134-136.

  • Hamilton, S.H., El Sawah, S., Guillaume, J.H.A., Jakeman, A.J., Pierce, S.A. 2015. Integrated Assessment and Modelling: Overview and Synthesis of Salient Dimensions, Environmental Modelling & Software, 64, 215-229.

  • Hamilton, S.H., Pollino, C.A. Jakeman, A.J. 2015. Habitat suitability modelling of rare species using Bayesian networks: Model evaluation under limited data, Ecological Modelling, 299, 64-78.

  • Harris, R.M.B., Carter, O., Gilfedder, L., Porfirio, L.L., Lee, G., Bindoff, N.L. 2015. Noah's ark conservation will not preserve threatened ecological communities under climate change, PLOS One, 10, 4, e0124014.

  • Hasan, M.M., Dunn, P.K. 2015. Seasonal rainfall totals of Australian stations can be modelled with distributions from the Tweedie family, International Journal of Climatology, 35, 3093-3101.

  • Hassenforder, E., Barreteau, O., Daniell, K.A., Pittock, J., Ferrand, N. 2015. Drivers of Environmental Institutional Dynamics in Decentralized African Countries, Environmental Management, 56, 1428-1447.

  • Hassenforder, E., Ferrand, N., Pittock, J., Daniell, K.A., Barreteau, O. 2015. A participatory planning process as an arena for facilitating institutional bricolage: Example from the Rwenzori region, Uganda, Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, 28, 9, 995-1012.

  • Hassenforder, E., Smajgl, A., Ward, J. 2015. Towards understanding participatory processes: Framework, application and results, Journal of Environmental Management, 157, 84-95.

  • Havas, L., Ballweg, J., Penna, C., Race, D. 2015. Energising households: a financial analysis of incentivised energy efficiency measures in remote Australia, Energy Efficiency, 8, 951-962.

  • Havas, L., Ballweg, J., Penna, C., Race, D. 2015. Power to change: Analysis of household participation in a renewable energy and energy efficiency programme in Central Australia, Energy Policy, 87, 325-333.

  • Heinsohn, R., Webb, M., Lacy, R., Terauds, A., Alderman, R., Stojanovic, D. 2015. A severe predator-induced population decline predicted for endangered, migratory swift parrots (Lathamus discolor), Biological Conservation, 186, 75-82.

  • Hill, R., Miller, C., Newell, B., Dunlop, M., Gordon, I.J. 2015. Why biodiversity declines as protected areas increase: the effect of the power of governance regimes on sustainable landscapes, Sustainability Science, 10, 357-369.

  • Hohnen, R., Tuft, K.D., Legge, S., Radford, I.J., Carver, S., Johnson, C.N. 2015. Post-fire habitat use of the golden-backed tree-rat (Mesembriomys macrurus) in the northwest Kimberley, Western Australia, Austral Ecology, 40, 8, 941-952.

  • Holley, C., Sinclair, D. 2015. Metering, Measurement and Water Policy Reform, Australian Environment Review, 30, 6-7, 131-135.

  • Homer-Dixon, T., Walker, B., Biggs, R., Crépin, A.-S., Folke, C., Lambin, E.F., Peterson, G.D., Rockström, J., Scheffer, M., Steffen, W., Troell, M. 2015. Synchronous failure: the emerging causal architecture of global crisis, Ecology and Society, 20,  3, 6.

  • Hoyle, G.L., Steadman, K.J., Good, R.B., McIntosh, E.J., Galea, L.M.E., Nicotra, A.B. 2015. Seed germination strategies: an evolutionary trajectory independent of vegetative functional traits, Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, 1-13.

  • Hulugalle, N.R., Broughton, K.J., Tan, D.K.Y. 2015. Fine root production and mortality in irrigated cotton, maize and sorghum sown in vertisols of northern New South Wales, Australia, Soil and Tillage Research, 146,  313-322.

  • Hulugalle, N.R., Broughton, K.J., Tan, D.K.Y. 2015. Root growth of irrigated summer crops in cotton-based farming systems sown in Vertosols of northern New South Wales, Crop and Pasture Science, 66, 158-167.

  • Ikin, K., Le Roux, D.S., Rayner, L., Villasenor, N.R., Eyles, K., Gibbons, P., Manning, A.D., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Key lessons for achieving biodiversity-sensitive cities and towns, Ecological Management & Restoration, 16, 3, 206-214.

  • Ikin, K., Mortelliti, A., Stein, J.R., Michael, D., Crane, M., Okada, S., Wood, J., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Woodland habitat structures are affected by both agricultural land management and abiotic conditions, Landscape Ecology, 30, 1387-1403

  • Jessup, K.L., Marcq, E., Mills, F., Mahieux, A., Limaye, S., Wilson, C., Allen, M., Bertaux, J-L., Markiewicz, W., Roman, T., Vandaele, A-C., Wilquet, V., Yung, Y. 2015. Coordinated Hubble Space Telescope and Venus Express Observations of Venus’ upper cloud deck, Icarus, 258, 309-336.

  • Kanowski, P.J. 2015. Australia's forests: Contested past, tenure-driven present, uncertain future, Forest Policy and Economics,

  • Kanowski, P.J., 2015. Internationalizing Forestry Education, Journal of Forestry, 113, 6, 574–578.

  • Kark, S., Tulloch, A., Gordon, A., Mazor, T., Bunnefeld, N., Levin, N. 2015. Cross-boundary collaboration: key to the conservation puzzle, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 12, 12-24.

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  • Sweaney, N., Driscoll, D., Lindenmayer, D.B., Porch, N. 2015. Plantations, not farmlands, cause biotic homogenisation of ground-active beetles in south-eastern Australia, Biological Conservation, 186, 1-11.

  • Telford, R.D., Cunningham, R.B., Waring, P., Telford, R.M., Potter, J.M., Hickman, P.E., Abhayaratna, W.P. 2015. Sensitivity of Blood Lipids to Changes in Adiposity, Exercise, and Diet in Children, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 47, 5, 974-982.

  • Teng, J., Vaze, J., Dutta, D., Marvanek, S. 2015.  Rapid inundation modelling in large floodplains using LiDAR DEM, Water Resources Management, 29, 2619–2636.

  • Ticehurst, J.L., Curtis, A.L. 2015. Can existing practices expected to lead to improved on-farm water use efficiency enable irrigators to effectively respond to reduced water entitlements in the Murray-Darling Basin?, Journal of Hydrology, 528, 613-620.

  • Tulloch, A. I.T., Maloney, R. F., Joseph, L. N., Bennet, J. R., Di Fonzo, M. M.I., Probert, W. J.M., O'Connor, S. M., Densem, J. P., Possingham, H. P. 2015. Effect of Risk Aversion on Prioritizing Conservation Projects, Conservation Biology, 29, 2, 513-524.

  • Tulloch, V. J. D., Tulloch, A. I. T., Visconti, P., Halpern, B. S., Watson, J. E. M., Evans, M. C., Auerbach, N. A., Barnes, M., Beger, M., Chadès, I., Giakoumi, S., McDonald-Madden, E., Murray, N. J., Ringma, J. & Possingham, H. P. 2015. Why do we map threats? Linking threat mapping with actions to make better conservation decisions, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13, 2, 91-99.

  • Turner, B., Pearson, D., Dyball, R. 2015. Planning for Regional Food Security: A case-study of the Australian Capital Territory, Locale: The Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, 4, 20-46.

  • Turton, D.J. 2015. Delivering a “New Administrative Law”: Commonwealth-Queensland ombudsman cooperation, 1976–1981, Journal of Australian Studies, 39, 2, 216-234.

  • Turton, D.J. 2015. Lawyers in Australia’s coal seam gas debate: A study of participation in recorded community forums, The Extractive Industries and Society, 2, 802-812.

  • Turton, D.J. 2015. Unconventional Gas in Australia: Towards a Legal Geography, Geographical Research, 53, 1, 53-67.

  • van den Bergh, J., Folke, C., Polasky, S., Scheffer, M., Steffen, W. 2015. What if solar energy becomes really cheap? A thought experiment on environmental problem shifting, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 14, 170-179.

  • van der Schalie, R., Parinussa, R.M., Renzullo, L.J., van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Su, C.H., de Jeu, R.A.M. 2015. SMOS soil moisture retrievals using the land parameter retrieval model: Evaluation over the Murrumbidgee Catchment, southeast Australia, Remote Sensing of Environment, 163, 70-79.

  • van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Gash, J.H., van Gorsel, E., Blanken, P.D., Cescatti, A., Emmel, C., Gielen, B., Harman, I.N., Kiely, G., Merbold, L., Montagnani, L., Moors, E., Sottocornola, M., Varlagin, A., Williams, C.A., Wohlfahrt, G. 2015. Rainfall interception and the coupled surface water and energy balance, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 214-215, 402-415.

  • van Doorn, A., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Werner, P.A. 2015. Livestock grazing affects habitat quality and persistence of the threatened Purple-crowned Fairy-wren Malurus coronatus in the Victoria River District, Northern Territory, Australia, EMU, 115, 4, 1-7.

  • Van Kerkhoff, L., Lebel, L. 2015. Coproductive capacities: rethinking science-governance relations in a diverse world, Ecology and Society, 20, 1, 14.

  • Veran, S., Simpson, S.J., Sword, G.A., Deveson, E., Piry, S., Hines, J.E., Berthier, K. 2015. Modeling spatiotemporal dynamics of outbreaking species: influence of environment and migration in a locust, Ecology, 96, 3, 737-748.

  • Villasenor, N.R., Blanchard, W., Driscoll, D.A., Gibbons, P., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Strong influence of local habitat structure on mammals reveals mismatch with edge effects models, Landscape Ecology, 30, 2, 229-245.

  • Wasson, R.J., Newell, B. 2015. Links between floods and other water issues in the Himalayan and Tibetan Plateau Region, Pacific Affairs, 88, 3, 653-675.

  • Weber, X.A, Schmidt‐Lebuhn, A.N. 2015. Generic boundaries of Leucochrysum and Waitzia (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae), Australian Systematic Botany, 28, 203–218.

  • Welbourne, D.J., MacGregor, C., Paull, D., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. The effectiveness and cost of camera traps for surveying small reptiles and critical weight range mammals: a comparison with labour-intensive complimentary methods, Wildlife Research, 42, 414-425.

  • Welsh, A., Lindenmayer, D.B., Donnelly, C.F. 2015. Adjusting for one issue while ignoring others can make things worse, PLOS One, 10, 3, e0120817.

  • Wenger, C. 2015. Better use and management of levees: reducing flood risk in a changing climate, Environmental Reviews, 23, 1-16.

  • Wenger, C. 2015. Building walls around flood problems: The place of levees in Australian flood management, Australian Journal of Water Resources, 19, 1, 3-30.

  • Westgate, M.J., Barton, P.S., Pierson, J.C., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015. Text analysis tools for identification of emerging topics and research gaps in conservation science, Conservation Biology, 29, 6, 1606-1614.

  • Westgate,M.J., Scheele, B.C., Ikin, K., Hoefer, A.M., Beaty, R.M., Evans, M., Osborne, W., Hunter, D., Rayner, L., Driscoll, D.A. 2015. Citizen science program shows urban areas have lower occurrence of frog species, but not accelerated declines, PLoS ONE, 10, 11, e0140973.

  • Wicks, L.J., Telford, R.M., Cunningham, R.B., Semple, S.J., Telford, R.D. 2015. Longitudinal patterns of change in eye-hand coordination in children aged 8-16 years, Human Movement Science, 43, 61-66.

  • Williams, A.N., Mooney, S., Sisson, S., Marlon, J. 2015. Exploring the relationship between Aboriginal population indices and fire in Australia over the last 20,000 years, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 432, 49-57.

  • Williams, A.N., Ulm, S., Turney, C.S.M., Rohde, D., White, G. 2015. Holocene Demographic Changes and the Emergence of Complex Societies in Prehistoric Australia, PLoS ONE, 10, 6, e0128661. 

  • Williams, A.N., Veth, P., Steffen, W., Ulm, S., Turney, C.S.M., Reeves, J.M., Phipps, S.J., Smith, M. 2015. A continental narrative: Human settlement patterns and Australian climate change over the last 35,000 years, Quaternary Science Reviews, 123, 91-112.

  • Williams, R.J., Wahren, C.-H., Stott, K.A.J., Camac, J.S., White, M., Burns, E., Harris, S., Nash, M., Morgan, J.W., Venn, S., Papst, W.A., Hoffmann, A.A. 2015. An International Union for the Conservation of Nature Red List ecosystems risk assessment for alpine snow patch herbfields, South-Eastern Australia, Austral Ecology, 40, 433-443.

  • Wyborn, C. 2015. Co-productive governance: a relational framework for adaptive governance, Global Environmental Change, 30, 56-67.

  • Yebra, M., Van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Leuning, R., Guerschman, J.P. 2015. Global vegetation gross primary production estimation using satellite-derived light-use efficiency and canopy conductance, Remote Sensing of Environment, 163, 206-216.

  • Yong, D.I., Liu, Y., Low, B.W., Espanola, C.P., Choi, C.Y., Kawakami, K. 2015. Migratory songbirds in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway: a review from a conservation perspective, Bird Conservation International, 25, 1-37.

  • Young, C., Reid, J., Meehan, B. 2015. Taking Action: researching an innovative pedagogy for an aesthetic visual approach to environmental issues, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 16, 64-72.

  • Young, M., Markham, F. 2015. Beyond disclosure: gambling research, political economy, and incremental reform, International Gambling Studies, 15, 1, 6-9

  • Young, M., Markham, F., Reis, A.C., Higham, J.E.S. 2015. Flights of fantasy: A reformulation of the flyers’ dilemma, Annals of Tourism Research, 54, 1–15.

  • Youngentob, K.N., Yoon, H-J, Stein, J., Lindenmayer, D.B., Held, A.A. 2015. Where the wild things are: Using remotely sensed forest productivity to assess arboreal marsupial species richness and abundance, Diversity and Distributions, 21, 977-990.

  • Zalasiewicz, J., Waters, C.N., Barnosky, A.D., Cearreta, A., Edgeworth, M., Ellis, E., Fairchild, I.J., Galuszka, A., Gibbard, P., Grinevald, J., Hajdas, I., Ivar do Sul, J., Jeandel, C., Leinfelder, R., McNeill, J.R., Poirier, C., Revkin, A., Richter, D., Steffen, W., Summerhayes, C., Syvitski, J.P.M., Vidas, D., Wagreich, M., Williams, M., Wolfe, A.P. 2015. Colonization of the Americas, ‘Little Ice Age’ climate, and bomb-produced carbon: Their role in defining the Anthropocene, The Anthropocene Review 2, 117-127.

  • Zalasiewicz, J., Waters, C.N., Williams, M., Barnosky, A.D., Cearreta, A., Crutzen, P., Ellis, E., Ellis, M.A., Fairchild, I.J., Grinevald, J., Haff, P.K., Hajdas, I., Leinfelder, R., McNeill, J., Odada, E.O., Poirier, C., Richter, D., Steffen, W., Summerhayes, C., Syvitski, J.P.M., Vidas, D., Wagreich, M., Wing, S.L., Wolfe, A.P., Zhisheng, A., Oreskes, M. 2015. When did the Anthropocene begin? A mid-twentieth century boundary level is stratigraphically optimal, Quaternary International, 383, 196-203.

  • Zdenek, C.N., Heinsohn, R., Langmore, N.E. 2015. Vocal complexity in the palm cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus), Bioacoustics, 24, 3, 253-267.

  • Zentelis, R., Lindenmayer, D.B. 2014. Bombing for biodiversity – enhancing conservation values of Military Training Areas, Conservation Letters, 8, 4, 299-305.

  • Zhu, L., Gong, H., Dai, Z., Xu, T., Su, X. 2015. An integrated assessment of the impact of precipitationand groundwater on vegetation growth in arid and semiarid areas, Environmental Earth Sciences, 74, 6, 5009-5021.

EDITOR OF A SCHOLARLY JOURNAL

  • Dyball, R. 2015. Human Ecology Review, Volume 21, Number 1.

  • Dyball, R. 2015. Human Ecology Review, Volume 21, Number 2.

  • Dyball, R. 2015. Human Ecology Review, Volume 22, Number 1.

BOOKS

  • Cadman, T., Eastwood, L., Michaelis, F.L.-C., Maraseni, T.N., Pittock, J. and Sarker, T. 2015. The political economy of sustainable development: Policy instruments and market mechanisms. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, Pp 254.

  • Ceballos, G., Ehrlich, A.H., Ehrlich, P.R., Ding Li Yong (illustrator), 2015. The Annihilation of Nature: Human Extinctions of Birds and Mammals, John Hopkins University Press, USA. Pp. 208.

  • Dyball, R., Newell, B. 2015. Understanding Human Ecology: A systems approach to sustainability, Earthscan, Routledge, UK, Pp 214

  • Lindenmayer, D.B., Blair, D., McBurney, L., Banks, S. 2015. Mountain Ash: Fire, Logging and the Future of Victoria’s Giant Forests, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Pp 173.

  • Twidell, J.W., Weir, A.D. 2015. Renewable Energy Resources, Routledge, London and New York, Pp 784.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Altman, J., Markham, F. 2015. Burgeoning Indigenous land ownership: Diverse values and strategic potentialities, In: Brennan, S., Davis, M., Edgeworth, B., Terrill, L. (eds), Native Title From Mabo to Akiba: A Vehicle for Change and Empowerment? Federation Press, Sydney, 126-142.

  • Barton, P., Moir, M.  2015. Invertebrate indicators and ecosystem restoration, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 59-68.

  • Batson, W.G., Abbott, R., Richardson, K.M. 2015. Release strategies for fauna reintroductions: theory and tests, In: Armstrong D.P, Hayward,  M.W., Moro, D., Seddon, P.J. (Eds), Advances in Reintroduction Biology of Australian and New Zealand Fauna, CSIRO Publishing, Victoria, 7-16.

  • Berry, L.E, Sitters, H. 2015. Case Study: The Ecology of Mixed-Severity Fire in Mountain Ash Forests, In: Dellasala, D.A., Hanson, C.T. (eds), The Ecological importance of mixed severity fires, Elsevier, 210-222.

  • Bertzky, B., Bertzky, M.,Worboys, G.L., Hamilton, L.S. 2015. Earth's natural heritage, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management, ANU Press, Canberra, 43-80.

  • Brown, V.A., Harris, J.A. 2015. A Collective Mind for a Just and Sustainable Future. In Moebius, K. (Ed), Agents of Alternatives - Redesigning Our Realities, Agents of Alternatives, Berlin, 46-58.

  • Brown, V.A., Harris, J.A. 2015. The emergence of the collective mind, In: Gibbs, P. (ed), Transdisciplinary Professional Learning and Practice, London. Elsevier, 179-195.

  • Crabb, P. 2015. “His life history can be told in a few words” Charles Edward Augustus de Boos 1819 – 1900, In: A New Tapestry: Australian Huguenot Families, Nash, R. (ed), The Huguenot Society of Australia, Sydney, 109-120.

  • Croke, B., Cornish, P., Islam, A. 2015. Modeling the Impact of Watershed Development on Water Resources in India, In: Reddy, V.R., Syme, G.J. (eds), Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions, Elsevier, 99-148.

  • DellaSala, D., Hanson, C., Lindenmayer, D.B., Furnish, J. 2015. In the aftermath of mixed- and high-severity fire: logging and related actions degrade mixed and high-severity burn areas, In: DellaSala, D., Hanson, C. (eds), The Ecological Importance of High-Severity Fires: Nature’s Phoenix, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 313-347.

  • DellaSala, D.A, Hanson, C.T, Baker. W., Hutto, R.L., Odion, D.E., Berry, L.E., Abrams, R., Heneberg, P. and Sitters. H, 2015, ‘Flight of the Phoenix: Coexisting with Higher-Severity Fires’ in Dellasala DA & Hanson CT (eds), The Ecological importance of mixed severity fires, Elsevier, In Press

  • Dovers, S., Feary, S., Martin, A., McMillan, L., Morgan, D., Tollefson, M. 2015. Engagement and participation in protected area management: who, why, how and when? In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds),  Protected Area Governance and Management, ANU Press, Canberra, 413-440.

  • Feary, S., Kothari, A., Lockwood, M., Pulsford, I., Worboys, G.L. 2015. Conclusion, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management, ANU Press, Canberra, 929-932.

  • Freudenberger, D. and Freudenberger, C. D. (2015). Principles of regenerative agriculture for ecological civilisations. In J.B. Cobb and I. Castuera (eds). For Our Common Home: Process-Relational Responses to Laudato Si’. Process Century Press, Anoka, Minnesota.

  • Gill, A.M. (2015). Fire regimes and biodiversity, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S., Pulsford, I. (eds), Protected Area Governance and Management,  Chapter 26 by G.L. Worboys ‘Managing Incidents’. ANU E-Press, Canberra, 844.

  • Gill, A.M. 2015. A grand array of fire phenomena, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S., Pulsford, I. (eds), Protected Area Governance and Management,  Chapter 26 by G.L. Worboys ‘Managing Incidents’. ANU E-Press, Canberra, p. 843.

  • Gross, C. 2015. Perspectives on population policy in Australia, In: Hogan, A., Young, M. (eds), Rural and Regional Futures, Routledge, Abingdon, U.K., 101-114.

  • Gross, C., 2015. Understanding the aspirations of people living in rural and regional Australia, In: Hogan, A., Young, M. (eds), Rural and Regional Futures, Routledge, Abingdon, U.K., 299-317.

  • Hopkins, A., McKellar, R., Worboys, G.L., Good, R. 2015. Climate change and protected areas, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management, ANU Press, Canberra, 495-530.

  • Hussey, K., Kay, E. 2015. The Opportunities and Challenges of Implementing 'Water Sensitive Urban Design': Lessons from Stormwater Management in Victoria, Australia, In: Grafton, Q., Daniell, K.A., Nauges, C., Rinaudo, J-D., Chan, N.W.W., (eds), Understanding and Managing Urban Water in Transition, Springer, Dordrecht, 593-614.

  • Hussey, K., Pittock, J., Dovers, S. 2015. Future prospects in climate, energy and water research and policy, In: Pittock, J., Hussey, K., Dovers, S. (eds), Climate, Energy and Water, Cambridge University Press, 324-336.

  • Hussey, K., Pittock, J., Dovers, S. 2015. Justifying, extending and applying "nexus" thinking in the quest for sustainable development, In: Pittock, J., Hussey, K., Dovers, S. (eds), Climate, Energy and Water, Cambridge University Press, 1-5.

  • Jacobs, P., Worboys, G.L., Mossfield, S., Varcoe, T. 2015. Managing operations and assets, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press, Canberra, 751-788.

  • Lakeman Fraser, P., Ewers, R.M., Cunningham, S. 2015. The ecological consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation in New Zealand and Australia, In: Stow, A., Maclean, N. and Holwell, G.I. (eds), Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 45-64.

  • Lane, P., Barton, P. 2015. Use of surrogates in medicine: ideas that may be useful for ecology, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 161-168.

  • Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Westgate, M., Lane, P., Pierson, J. 2015. Biodiversity surrogates, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 15-24.

  • Lindenmayer, D., Pierson, J., Barton, P. 2015. Introduction - disciplinary and multi-disciplinary perspectives on ecological indicators and surrogates, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 1-4.

  • Lindenmayer, D., Pierson, J., Barton, P., Lane, P., Tulloch, A., Westgate, M. 2015. A diversity of approaches to ecological surrogates and key knowledge gaps, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 189-194.

  • Manning, A.D., Eldridge, D.J., Jones, C.G. 2015. Policy implications of ecosystem engineering for multiple ecosystem benefits, In: Armstrong D.P, Hayward,  M.W., Moro, D., Seddon, P.J. (Eds), Advances in Reintroduction Biology of Australian and New Zealand Fauna, CSIRO Publishing, 167-184.

  • Merritt, W. S., Patch, B., Reddy, V. R., Rout, S., Syme, G. J. 2015. Modeling Livelihood Indicators and Household Resilience using Bayesian Networks.  In: Reddy, V.R., Syme, G.J. (eds), Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions, Elsevier, 287-316.

  • Merritt, W. S., Rao, K.V., Patch, B., Reddy, V. R., Syme, G. J., Sreedevi, P.D. 2015. Exploring Implications of Climate, Land Use, and Policy Intervention Scenarios on Water Resources, Livelihoods, and Resilience. In: Reddy, V.R., Syme, G.J. (eds), Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions, Elsevier, 379-407.

  • Oliver, G., Hussey, K. 2015. Cross-sectoral governance of the climate, energy and water sectors: A 'Rubik's cube' analysis of cross-sectoral co-ordination, In: Pittock, J., Hussey, K., Dovers, S. (eds), Climate, Energy and Water, Cambridge University Press, 172-197.

  • Petrokofsky, G., Kanowski, P., Brown, N.D., McDermott, C. 2015. Biodiversity and the forestry sector, In: Gasparatos, A., Willis, K.J. (Eds), Biodiversity in the green economy, Routledge, 32-60. 

  • Pierson, J.,  Luikart, G., Schwartz, M. 2015. The application of genetic indicators in wild populations: potential and pitfalls for genetic monitoring, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 149-159.

  • Pittock, J. 2015. Biodiversity and the climate, energy and water nexus, In: Pittock, J., Hussey, K., Dovers, S. (eds), Climate, Energy and Water, Cambridge University Press, 283-302.

  • Pittock, J., Finlayson, M., Arthington, A.H., Roux, D., Matthews, J.H., Biggs, H., Harrison, I., Blom, E., Flitcroft, R., Froend, R., Hermoso, V., Junk, W., Kumar, R., Linke, S., Nel, J., Nunes da Cunha, C., Pattnaik, A., Pollard, S., Rast, W., Thieme, M., Turak, E., Turpie, J., van Niekerk, L., Willems, D., Viers, J. 2015. Managing freshwater, river, wetland and estuarine protected areas, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S., Pulsford, I. (eds), Protected area governance and management, ANU Press, Canberra, 569-608.

  • Price, R. 2015. Rural research and regional innovation, In: Hogan, A., Young, M. (eds), Rural and Regional Futures, Routledge, Abingdon, U.K., 226-246.

  • Pulsford, I., Lindenmayer, D., Wyborn, C., Lausche, B., Worboys, G., Vasilijević, M., Lefroy, T. 2015. Connectivity Conservation Management, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S., Pulsford, I. (eds), Protected Area Governance and Management, ANU Press, Canberra, 851–888.

  • Reinhardt, W., Guerin-Schneider, L. 2015. Governance and Regulation of the Urban Water Sector: Quoi de Neuf?, In: Grafton, Q., Daniell, K.A., Nauges, C., Rinaudo, J-D., Chan, N.W.W., (eds), Understanding and Managing Urban Water in Transition, Springer, Dordrecht, 423-446.

  • Richardson, K., Steffen, W. 2015. Network of cooperation between science organizations, In: Bainbridge, W.S., Roco, M.C., Handbook of Science and Technology Convergence, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, Pp 11.

  • Smith, M., Dyer, G. 2015. Strategies to mainstream climate change, energy, water and food security nexus knowledge and skills, In: Pittock, J., Hussey, K., Dovers, S. (eds), Climate, Energy and Water, Cambridge University Press, 231-252.

  • Spenceley, A., Kohl, J., McArthur, S., Myles, P., Notarianni, M., Paleczny, D., Pickering, C., Worboys, G.L. 2015. Visitor Management, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press, Canberra, 715-750.

  • Syme, G.J., Reddy, V.R., Ahmed, S., Rao, K.V., Pavelic, P., Merritt, W., Chiranjeevi, T. 2015. Analytical Framework, Study Design, and Methodology, In: Reddy, V.R., Syme, G.J. (eds), Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions, Elsevier, 23-54.

  • Tran, T., Weir, J.K., Strelein, L.M., Stacey, C. 2015. Indigenous governance and climate change adaptation: two native title case studies from Australia, In: Palutikof, J.P., Boulter, S.L., Barnett, J., Rissik, D. (eds), Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 307-315.

  • Troy, P. 2015. The Social Deteterrminants of Water Consumption in Australian Cities, In: Grafton, Q., Daniell, K.A., Nauges, C., Rinaudo, J-D., Chan, N.W.W., (eds), Understanding and Managing Urban Water in Transition, Springer, Dordrecht, 283-296.

  • Tulloch, A. 2015. Using decision theory to select indicators for managing threats to biodiversity, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 45-57.

  • Van Dijk, A.I.J.M. 2015. Water resources, climate change and energy, In: Pittock, J., Hussey, K., Dovers, S. (eds), Climate, Energy and Water, Cambridge University Press, 6-27.

  • Weir, JK 2015 ‘Lives in Connection’, in Gibson, K, Rose, DB and R Fincher Manifesto for Living in the Anthropocene, Punctum Books, New York, pp.17-21.

  • Westgate, M. 2015. Surrogates for the distribution and trajectory of biodiversity, In: Lindenmayer, D., Barton, P., Pierson, J. (eds), Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, CRC Press, London, 5-13.

  • White, I., Falkland, T. 2015. Integrated management of Urban Water Supply and Water Quality in Developing Pacific Island Countries, In: Grafton, Q., Daniell, K.A., Nauges, C., Rinaudo, J-D., Chan, N.W.W. (eds), Understanding and Managing Urban Water in Transition, Springer, Dordrecht, 489-526.

  • Woinarski, J.C.Z., Burbidge, A.H., Comer, S., Harley, D., Legge, S., Lindenmayer, D.B., Partridge, T.B. 2014. Fire and biodiversity in Australia, In: Stow, A., Maclean, N. and Holwell, G.I. (eds), Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 537-559.

  • Woodley, S., MacKinnon, K., McCanny, S., Pither, R., Prior, K., Salafsky, N., Lindenmayer, D. 2015. Managing Protected Areas for biological diversity and ecosystem functions. In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press, Canberra, 651-684.

  • Worboys, G.L. 2015. Concept, purpose and challenges In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press, Canberra, 9-42.

  • Worboys, G.L. 2015. Introduction, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press, Canberra, 1-8.

  • Worboys, G.L. 2015. Managing incidents, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press, Canberra, 823-850.

  • Worboys, G.L., Trzyna, T. 2015. Managing protected areas, In: Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S. and Pulsford, I. (Eds), Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press, Canberra, 207-250.

EDITED BOOKS

  • Lindenmayer, D.B., Barton, P., Pierson, J.C. 2015. Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. CRC Press, London, Pp 202.

  • Pittock, J., Hussey, K., Dovers, S. 2015. Climate, Energy and Water, Cambridge University Press, Pp 341.

  • Worboys, G.L., Lockwood, M., Kothari, A., Feary, S., Pulsford, I. 2015. Protected Area Governance and Management, Pp 966.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  • Chadès I, Tarnopolskaya T, Dunstall S, Rhodes J, Tulloch A. 2015. A comparison of adaptive management and real options approaches for environmental decisions under uncertainty, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 1056-1062.

  • Clarke, E.A., Grunbuhel, C., Souvannachak, C., Keoka, K. 2015. Science-policy as a complex adaptive system: the governance of knowledge production in Lao PDR, 2015 Canberra Conference on Earth System Governance, 14-16 December, 2015, Canberra, Australia, 1-2.

  • Cliff, O.M., Fitch, R., Sukkarieh, S., Saunders, D., Heinsohn, R. 2015. Online Localization of Radio-Tagged Wildlife with an Autonomous Aerial Robot System, In: Proceedings of Robotics: Science and Systems, Rome, Italy, 13-17 July 2015, 1-9.

  • Croke, B.F.W. 2015. Estimating the unit hydrograph and effective rainfall from observed output, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 27. Extended Abstract only.

  • Croke, B.F.W. 2015. Modelling catchment response to anthropogenic driven non-stationarity, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 653. Extended Abstract only.

  • Engerer, N.A., Hansard, J. 2015 Real-time Simulations of 15,000+ Distributed PV Arrays at Sub-Grid Level using the Regional PV Simulation System (RPSS), Solar World Congress 2015, International Solar Energy Society, Daegu, Korea 8-12 December 2015.

  • Engerer, N.A., Xu, Y. 2015.  A Simple Model for Estimating the Diffuse Fraction of Solar Irradiance from Photovoltaic Array Power Output, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM2015), 1140-1146.

  • Eyles, K. 2015. Practitioner perspectives on nature conservation at the urban edge, State of Australian Cities Conference 2015, 9-11 December 2015, Gold Coast, Australia, 15pp.

  • Fu, B., Dyer, F., Scarpa, R., Kravchenko, Dyack, Merritt, W. Valuing environmental water – lessons from a transdisciplinary ecological-economic study, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 594.  Extended Abstract only.

  • Guillaume, J.H.A., Arshad, M., Jakeman, A.J., Kummu, M. 2015. Using scenarios describing cross-over points to explore uncertainty in comparison of environmental management alternatives, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 463. Extended Abstract only.

  • Guillaume, J.H.A., El Sawah, S., Jakeman, A.J., Kummu, M. 2015. Communicating uncertainty: design patterns for framing model results in scientific publications, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 1972-1978.

  • Hallgren, W., Beaumont, L., Bowness, A., Chambers, L., Graham, R., Holewa, H., Laffan, S., Mackey, B., Nix, H., Price, J., Vanderwal, J., Warren, R., Weis, G. 2015. The Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory: How Ecology and Big Data can be utilised in the fight against vector-borne diseases, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 1448-1454.

  • Holgate, C.M., de Jeu, R.A.M., van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Liu, Y.Y. 2015. Performance of remotely sensed and modelled soil moisture products across Australia and implications for data assimilation, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 530. Extended Abstract only.

  • Hulugalle, N.R., Waver, T.B. 2015. Influence of crop rotation and residue management on surface soil shrinkage in a grey Vertosol. Proc. 2nd Cotton Research Conference, 8-10 September 2015, Toowoomba, Qld, p. 61, 66.

  • Hulugalle, N.R., Waver, T.B., Finlay, L.A., Heimoana, V. 2015. Long-term changes in soil chemical properties of a Vertosol irrigated with tertiary treated sewage effluent, Proc. 2nd Cotton Research Conference, 8-10 September 2015, Toowoomba, Qld, 13-14.

  • Johnson, F., White, C.J., Van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Ekstrom, M., Evans, J., Jakob, D., Kiem, A.S., Leonard, M., Rouillard, A., Westra, S. 2015. How and why are floods changing in Australia?, 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium: The Art and Science of Water, HWRS 2015, Hobart, 7-10 December 2015, 1284-1291

  • Johnson, F., White, C.J., Van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Ekstrom, M., Evans, J., Jakob, D., Kiem, A.S., Leonard, M., Rouillard, A., Westra, S. 2015. Past and future trends in Australian floods: what are the causes? In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 360, Extended Abstract only.

  • Karim, F., Hasan, M., Petheram, C. 2015. Flood magnitude, frequency and duration in river catchments in the Australian tropical region, 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium: The Art and Science of Water, HWRS 2015, 7-10 December 2015, Hobart, Tasmania, 1488-1495.

  • Karim, F., Petheram, C., Ticehurst, C., Marvanek, S., Hasan, M., 2015. Modelling impacts of projected future climate on floodplain inundation in a tropical river catchment, 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium: The Art and Science of Water, HWRS 2015, 7-10 December 2015, Hobart, Tasmania, 717-724.

  • Keim, A.S., Johnson, F., Westra, S., Evans, J., Jakob, D., Van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Barr, C., O'Donnell, A., Batelaan, O., Perkins, S., Mehrotra, R., Sivakumar, B., Thyer, M., Tyler, J., Woldemeskel, F. 2015. Understanding and managing drought in Australia – What do we know? What do we need to know? In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 362. Extended Abstract only.

  • Laffan, S.W., Hallgren, W., Beaumont, L., Bowness, A., Chambers, L., Graham, E., Holewa, H., Mackey, B., Nix, H., Price, J., Vanderwal, J., Warren, R., Weis, G. 2015. Species richness, endemism and rarity under climate change using the Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 321 Extended Abstract only.

  • Lopez Lopez, P., Weerts, A.H., Schellekens, J., Sterk, G., Kockx, A.C., de Jeu, R., van Dijk, A.I.J.M. 2015. The impact of assimilation of streamflow and downscaled satellite soil moisture observations for hydrological forecasting, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 630. Extended Abstract only.

  • Merritt, W.S., Fu, B., Ticehurst, J.L., El Sawah, S., Croke, B.F.W., Dyer, F., Guillaume, J.H.A., Jakeman, A.J., Pollino, C.A., Roberts, A., Vigiak, O. 2015. Synthesising and evaluating the criteria of successful decision support models to support water resource assessment and management, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 498. Extended Abstract only.

  • Nachimuthu, G., Hulugalle, N., Finlay, L., Watkins, M. 2015. Terrestrial carbon losses in cotton farming systems in Australia. Proc. 20th Conference of the International Soils Tillage Research Organisation, 14-18 July 2015, Nangjing, China, 44.

  • Nachimuthu, G., Hulugalle, N., Finlay, L., and Watkins, M. 2015. Irrigation induced runoff and carbon balance in cotton farming systems, Proc. 2nd Cotton Research Conference, 8-10 September 2015, Toowoomba, Qld, 13.

  • Seo, L., Croke, B.F.W., van Griensven, A., Guillaume, J.H.A., Iwanaga, T., Jakeman, A.J. 2015. Effects of climate, objective function and sample size on global sensitivity in a SWAT Model, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 91-97.

  • Sharples, J.J., Gill, A.M., Burrows, N.D. 2015. A rate of spread index for fires in spinifex fuels, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 298-304.

  • Sperna Weiland, F.C., Lopez, P., van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Schellekens, J. 2015. Global high-resolution reference potential evaporation, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 2548-2554.

  • The, C., Beesley, C., Podger, S., Green, J., Jolly, C., Hutchinson, M. 2015. Very Frequent Design Rainfalls – An Enhancement to theNew IFDs, 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium: The Art and Science of Water, HWRS 2015, Hobart, 7-10 December 2015, 45-55.

  • Tian, S., Tregoning, P., Renzullo, L.J., van Dijk, A.I.J.M., Walker, J.P. 2015. Integrating GRACE and SMOS data into a hydrological model using an ensemble Kalman Filter, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 533. Extended Abstract only.

  • Ticehurst, J.L., El Sawah, S., Richardson, L. 2015. An approach to consider the impact of co-designed science: Case study of Bayesian networks to set NRM targets, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 1958-1964.

  • Turnbull Hocking, V. 2015. Home Habitat Habitus: Design for cross-species cohabitation, State of Australian Cities Conference 2015, 9-11 December 2015, Gold Coast, Australia, 12pp.

  • Vandaele, A.C., Korablev, O., Mahieux, A., Wilquet, V., Chamberlain, S., Belyaev, D., Encrenaz, T., Esposito, L., Jessup, K.L., Lefevre, F., Limaye, S., Marcq, E., Mills, F., Parkinson, C., Sandor, B., Stolzenbach, A., Wilson, C. 2015. Sulfur Dioxide variability in the Venus Atmosphere, European Planetary Science Congress 2015, La Cité des Congrès, Nantes, France, 27 September – 02 October 2015, Pp 2.

  • Watkins, M., Nachimuthu, G., Hulugalle, N., Finlay, L. 2015. Irrigation induced deep drainage losses of soil carbon in a cotton farming system of Australia. Proc. 2nd Cotton Research Conference, 8-10 September 2015, Toowoomba, Qld, 20.

  • Weaver, T. B., Hulugalle, N.R. 2015. Chloride mass balance models are an economic method of assessing the effects of cotton farming systems on deep drainage in Vertosols, Proc. 2nd Cotton Research Conference, 8-10 September 2015, Toowoomba, Qld, 19.

  • Wellby, S.J. 2015. ACCESS model simulation of ENSO, IPO and rainfall variability in eastern Australia, In: Weber, T., McPhee, M.J., Anderssen, R.S. (eds), MODSIM2015, 21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2015, 374. Extended Abstract only.

  • Werner, P.A. 2015. Australian vs. North American ecological research: Contrasting environmental influences.  In symposium: External Influences on Ecological Theory: The Effects of Economic, Sociopolitical, Climatic and other Conditions (M. Huston, organizer).  100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, MD, USA, August 9-14.

REPORTS

  • Chandrasekharan Beh, D., Robins, L., Russell, A.J.M. 2015. How forests enhance resilience to climate change: What we know and case studies from Burkina Faso, Honduras and Lao PDR, Program on Forests (PROFOR), World Bank, Washington DC, Pp 80.

  • Clarke, E. Grunbuhel, C. Souvannachak, C. Keoka, K. Phakdisoth, L., 2015. Research capacity and science to policy processes in Lao PDR: An initial study, Vientiane, Lao PDR, Pp 33.

  • Duraiappah, A.K., Scherkenbach, C., Solich, B., Bai, X., Griffith, C., Kremer, H., Lampis, A., McEvoy, D., Nichols, R.J., Pelling, M., Roberts, D., Zelaya, S. 2015. Coastal Zones and Urbanization: Summary for Decision-makers, IHDP, UNU, Pp 19.

  • Gillanders, B.M., Tulloch, A.I.T., Divechna, S. 2015. Regional Biodiversity Management Plan: Upper Spencer Gulf Regional Sustainability Planning, Report prepared for the Upper Spencer Gulf Common Purpose Group, February 2015, Pp 48.

  • Holley, C., Sinclair, D. 2015. Water extraction in NSW: Stakeholder views and experience of compliance and enforcement, National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training and Connected Waters Initiative Research Centre UNSW Australia, and Australian National University, Canberra, Pp 88.

  • Jotzo, F., Kemp, L. 2015. Australia can cut emissions deeply and the cost is low, Centre for Climate Economics and Policy for WWF-Australia, Pp 22.

  • Kemp, L., Jotzo, F. 2015. Delaying climate action would be costly for Australia, Centre for Climate Economics and Policy for WWF-Australia, Pp 26.

  • Kemp, L., Sackett, P., Jotzo, F. 2015. Sub‐National Climate Policies: How does the ACT compare?, ACT Climate Change Council, Canberra, Pp 30.

  • Schandl, H., West, J., Baynes, T., Hosking, K., Reinhardt, W., Geschke, A., Lenzen, M. 2015. Indicators for a Resource Efficient and Green Asia and the Pacific - Measuring progress of sustainable consumption and production, green economy and resource efficiency policies in the Asia-Pacific region, United Nations Environment Programme, Bangkok, Pp 154.

  • Yebra, M., Marselis, S., Van Dijk, A., Cary, G., Chen, Y. 2015. Using LiDAR for forest and fuel structure mapping: options, benefits, requirements and costs, Report No. 2015.064, Bushfire & Natural Hazards CRC, Australia, Pp 35.

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Gross C, 2015. Book review: Energy Security, Equality, and Justice, B.K. Sovacool, R.V. Sidortsov, B.R. Jones. Routledge, Abingdon (2014), Energy Research & Social Science, 8:222-223.

  • Lindenmayer, D.B. 2015.  Book review: The Sixth Extinction. An Unnatural History, Ecological Management and Restoration, 16, 2, e12

  • Markham, F. 2015. Book review: Qualitative Research in Gambling: Exploring the Production and Consumption of Risk. Urban Studies, 52, 6, 1194–1197.

  • Muir. C. 2015. Living with Broken Country, Australian Book Review, Jan-Feb, 2015.

OTHER

  • Bai, X. 2015. 10 ways to make our cities liveable by 2030. Agenda in Focus: Sustainable Development Goals, Commissioned article for World Economic Forum, Published on September 24th, 2015.

  • Brack, C. 2015. Woodchips sound unsustainable, but they're not as bad as you think, The Conversation, 5 June 2015.

  • Brack, C., Ross, C. 2015. Death of a landscape: why have thousands of trees dropped dead in New South Wales? The Conversation, 15 October 2015.

  • Cowling, M., Brack, C. 2015. How 'digital natives' are killing the 'sage on the stage', The Conversation, 7 May 2015.

  • Cowling, M., Brack, C. 2015. Let's not abandon the humble lecture quite yet, The Conversation, 15 July 2015.

  • Hill, R., Miller, C., Newell, B., Dunlop, M., Gordon, I.J. 2015. Conservation parks are growing, so why are species still declining? The Conversation, 11 June 2015.

  • Lewis, S. 2015. Sure, winter felt chilly, but Australia is setting new heat records at 12 times the rate of cold ones, The Conversation, 10 September 2015

  • Martin, M., Robin, L. 2015. Introduction: The Warming and An Anthropocene Cabinet of Curiosities, An online catalogue to accompany 'The Warming and An Anthropocene Cabinet of Curiosities' exhibition at Australian Galleries, Melbourne, 3-24 May 2015, 3.

  • Muir, C. 2015. On the abolition of the death penalty, Inside Story, 5 March 2015.

  • Newell, B., Doll, C. 2015. Systems thinking and the cobra effect, Our World, 16 September 2015 (United Nations University)

  • Nguyen, V.K., Huynh, N.D. 2015. Conserving the benefits of floating rice in Vietnam, Mekong Common, 26 March 2015.

  • Vardon, M., Burnett, P. 2015. Better budgeting with environmental accounting, The Conversation, 30 April 2015.

  • Whitmore, J., Braganza, K., Lewis, S., Perkins-Kirkpatrick, S. 2015. 2014 was Australia’s third-hottest year on record, says Bureau of Meteorology, The Conversation, 6 January 2015.

MAGAZINE/NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

  • Brack, C. 2015. ANU News, The Forester, April 2015, 29.

  • Brack, C. 2015. ANU News, The Forester, February 2015, 21.

  • Brack, C. 2015. Australia out-performs in university teaching and research rankings, The Forester, June 2015, 34.

  • Brack, C. 2015. News from the ANU Campus, The Forester, June 2015, 18.

  • Brack, C. 2015. University News, The Forester, August 2015, 40.

  • Kanowski, P., Brack, C. 2015. Forestry education at ANU: a response to Terry Beath, The Forester, August 2015, 27.

  • Pouliot, A. 2015. Unearthing: A Foray into Fungal Underworlds, EarthSong, 3, 1, 12-15.

  • Tulloch, A. 2015. Citizen Science and Conservation, Decision Point #89, 3 June 2015.

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