Mr Bob Wasson

Emeritus Professor
  • Newell, B, Crumley, C, Hassan, N et al 2005, 'A conceptual template for integrative human-environment research', Global Environmental Change: Part A - Human and Policy Dimensions, vol. 15, pp. 299-307.
  • Wasson, R 2005, 'Environmental earth science', in R.Q.Grafton, L.Robin & RJ Wasson (ed.), Understanding the environment: bridging the disciplinary divides, UNSW Press, Sydney, pp. 113-129.
  • Steffen, W, Sanderson, A, Tyson, P et al, eds, 2004, Global Change and the Earth System: A Planet under pressure, Springer, Germany.
  • Worthy, M & Wasson, R 2004, 'Fire as an agent of geomorphic change in Southeastern Australia: implications for water quality in the Australian Capital Territory', CRC LEME Regional Regolith Symposia 2004, ed. Ian C. Roach, CRC LEME, Perth, W.A, pp. 417-8.
  • Wasson, R 2003, 'Connectivity', in Cary, G., Lindenmayer, D., and Dovers, S. (ed.), Australia burning: fire ecology, policy and management issues, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 166-169.
  • Wasson, R 2003, 'Effective policy interventions in environmental systems using material budgets', in Stephen Dovers, David I. Stern and Michael Young (ed.), New Dimensions in Ecological Economics: Integrated Approaches to People and Nature, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 176-192.
  • Wasson, R 2003, 'A sediment budget for the Ganga-Brahmaputra catchment', Current Science, vol. 84, no. 8, pp. 1041-1047.
  • Wasson, R & Claussen, M 2002, 'Earth system models: a test using the mid-Holocene in the Southern Hemisphere', Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 21, pp. 819-824.
  • Wasson, R 2002, 'A longer-than-usual view of natural resource management on the Indo-Gangetic Plain: towards a dynamic framework of analysis', in Yash P. Abrol (ed.), Land Use -- Historical persectives: focus on Indo-Gangetic Plains, Allied Publishers, New Delhi, pp. 173-188.
  • Visser, F, Roth, C, Wasson, R et al 2002, 'Quantifying sediment sources in lowlying sugarcane land: a sediment budget approach', The Structure, Function and Management Implications of Fluvial Sedminentary Systems, ed. Dyer, F J, Thoms, M C, and Olley, J M, International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Wallingford UK, pp. 169-175.
  • Wasson, R 2002, 'Sedminent budgets, dynamics, and variability: new approaches and techniques', The Structure, Function and Management Implications of Fluvial Sedminentary Systems, ed. Dyer, F J, Thoms, M C, and Olley, J M, International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Wallingford UK, pp. 471-478.
  • Srivastava, P, Juyal, N, Singhvi, A et al 2001, 'Luminescence chronology of river adjustment and incision of Quarternary sediments in the alluvial plain of the Sabarmati River, north Gujarat, India', Geomorphology, vol. 36, pp. 217-229.
  • Wasson, R & Sidorchuk, A 2000, 'History for soil conservation and catchment management', in unknown (ed.), Environmental History and Policy: Still Settling Australia, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 97-117.
  • Wasson, R 2000, 'Riparian vegetation and river channel size', Natural Resource Management, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 3-7.