Publications

Developing eDNA methods for tropical waters (start-up factsheet)
Tools and models to support sustainable development decisions in northern Australia (wrap-up factsheet)
Remote environmental monitoring in northern Australia: Scoping key research needs (wrap-up factsheet)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (wrap-up factsheet)
Feral cats and small mammal decline in Kakadu National Park (wrap-up factsheet)
Identifying high-priority areas in northern Australia for threat abatement and species recovery (wrap-up factsheet)
Prioritising threatened species in northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Managing savanna riparian zones (start-up factsheet)
Fire and weeds in the Top End (start-up factsheet)
Defining metrics of success for feral animal management in northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Knowledge brokering for Indigenous Land Management (start-up factsheet)
Kakadu National Park’s threatened species (start-up factsheet)
Links between Gulf rivers and coastal productivity (start-up factsheet)
Economic values and Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (wrap-up factsheet)
Savanna carbon sequestration method (start-up factsheet)
Indigenous NRM in Kakadu National Park (start-up factsheet)
Indigenous water requirements in the Fitzroy River catchment (start-up factsheet)
Multiple benefits and knowledge systems of ILMPs (start-up factsheet)
Multi-objective planning in northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Lessons and protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships (wrap-up factsheet)
Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (4-page project summary)
Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (wrap-up factsheet)
Environmental water requirements for the Fitzroy River (start-up factsheet)
Critical water needs for the Mitchell River (start-up factsheet)
Environmental water needs for the Daly River (start-up factsheet)
Building better Indigenous participation
Marine turtle and dugong monitoring case study
Partnerships and tools to support biodiversity monitoring by Indigenous land and sea managers (wrap-up factsheet)
Improving the efficiency of biodiversity investment (wrap-up factsheet)
Remote environmental monitoring techniques (start-up factsheet)
Protocols to guide the incorporation of Indigenous knowledge in fire management and carbon abatement programs (start-up factsheet)
Identifying high priority areas in northern Australia for threatened species recovery (start-up factsheet)
Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (start-up factsheet)
Planning for the Daly catchment
A survey of environmental management issues and activities in the Gilbert River catchment (wrap-up factsheet)
Estuarine fishes of Kakadu National Park
Freshwater fishes of Kakadu National Park and the impact of sea level rise
Floodplain food web hotspots (start-up factsheet)
The wider benefits of Indigenous Cultural and Natural Resource Management
Terrestrial monitoring with motion detection cameras
Terrestrial monitoring with motion detection cameras
Biodiversity conservation by pastoralists and graziers
Developing conservation and management priorities for aquatic biodiversity (start-up factsheet)
Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Northern Territory
Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Western Australia
Alluvial gully erosion: A dominant erosion process across tropical northern Australia
Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Queensland
Identifying those of high conservation value
Water markets
Sustainable economies: Arnhem Land case study
Integrating knowledge to support adaptive management
Profile: King Edward & Prince Regent Rivers – demographic
Profile: Gilbert River
Profile: Stuart, Olive Pascoe & Lockhart Rivers – demographic
Profile: Mary River
Profile: Settlement Creek (NT)
Classifying tropical rivers: A new tool for management
Profile: Blyth River, demographic
Profile: Blyth River
Profile: Daly River, demographic
Profile: Bathurst & Mellville Islands Profile: Bathurst & Mellville Islands
Profile: Morning Inlet – demographic
Profile: Horne Island
Profile: Nicholson River (NT)
Profile: Victoria River
Participatory modelling of the Howard East aquifer
Profile: Flinders River, demographic
Profile: Drysdale River
Profile: Norman & Staaten Rivers – demographic
Profile: King Edward River
The people of the tropics – now and into the future
Profile: Pentecost River
Profile: Flinders River
Profile: Jeannie River, Normanby Rivers & Endeavour Creek – demographic
Profile: Fitzmaurice River
Profile: South Alligator & Wildman Rivers – demographic
Profile: Liverpool River
Profile: South Alligator River
Profile: Bathurst & Melville Islands, demographic
Profile: Daintree River, demographic
Profile: Adelaide River
Profile: Holroyd River
Profile: Walker, Goyde, Buckingham & Koolatong Rivers – demographic
Profile: Moyle River
Profile: Fitzroy River, demographic
Profile: Nicholson River & Settlement Creek (Qld part) – demographic
Profile: Keep River (WA)
Profile: Ord River (WA)
Profile: Wildman River
Profile: Jardine River, Ducie River & Jacky Jacky Creek – demographic
Profile: Finniss/Elizabeth/Howard Rivers
Profile: Roper River & Towns River – demographic
Profile: Limmen Bright River
The value of Australia’s tropical ecosystem services
Profile: Rosie River
Profile: McArthur River, Rosie & Limmen Bight Rivers – demographic
Profile: Groote Eylandt River
Profile: Victoria River, Ord & Keep Rivers (NT part) – demographic
Profile: Mornington Island
Profile: Thursday Island
Profile: Coleman River, demographic
Profile: Calvert River
Profile: Finniss River, demographic
Profile: Coleman River
Profile: Moyle & Fitzmaurice Rivers – demographic
Profile: Keep River (NT)
Profile: Ord River (NT)
Profile: Wenlock River
Profile: Fitzroy River
Profile: Isdell & Lennard Rivers, demographic
Profile: Embley River
Profile: Robinson River, Calvert River & Settlement Creek – demographic
Profile: Lennard River
Profile: Roper River
Profile: Mary & Adelaide Rivers – demographic
Profile: Goyder River
Profile: TRACK Region – demographic
Profile: Morning Inlet
Profile: Staaten River
Profile: Cape Leveque Coast, demographic
Profile: Archer River
Profile: Mossman River – demographic
Profile: Jardine River
A water quality monitoring framework for the Katherine and Daly river catchment
Profile: Norman River
Profile: Daly River
Profile: Watson River
Profile: Embley, Watson, Archer, Holyrood & Wenlock Rivers, demographic
Profile: Cape Leveque Coast
Profile: Mossman River – demographic
Profile: Jardine River
Profile: Leichhardt River
Profile: Robinson River
Indigenous rights to water in northern Australia
Profile: Groote Eylandt, demographic
Profile: East Alligator River
Profile: Pentecost & Drysdale Rivers – demographic
Profile: Torres Strait Islands – demographic
Profile: McArthur River
Profile: Settlement Creek (QLD)
A socio-economic snapshot of tropical river catchments
Profile: Barron River, demographic
Profile: Leichhardt River – demographic
Profile: Goomadeer River
Profile: Nicholson River (QLD)
Profile: Walker River
Profile: East Alligator, Goomadeer & Liverpool Rivers, demographic
Profile: Buckingham River
Profile: Mornington Island – demographic
Profile: Isdell River
Profile: Koolatong River
Profile: Prince Regent River
Profile: Ducie River
Profile: Ord River (WA part) & Keep River (WA part) – demographic
Profile: Koolatong River
Profile: Settlement Creek (NT)
Classifying tropical rivers: A new tool for management
Profile: Blyth River, demographic
Profile: Blyth River
Profile: King Edward & Prince Regent Rivers – demographic
Profile: Gilbert River
Profile: Stuart, Olive Pascoe & Lockhart Rivers – demographic
Profile: Mary River
Profile: Gilbert River, demographic
People and the Economy
Floodplain foodwebs
Collaborative Water Planning in Australia’s Tropical North
Diversity of river life
Water Quality Monitoring
Waterhole foodwebs
Building better Indigenous Participation
Environmental flow tools
Sediment and Waterholes
River foodwebs
River Futures in Australia’s Tropical North
Estuarine fish
Nutrients in rivers
Indigenous Values and River Flows
Sorting Australian Rivers by ecology and flow
Environmental flows and ecological assets
Sediment and nutrient loads
The Economic Value of Rivers
Classifying river landscapes
Healthy Estuaries
TRaCK in the Mitchell catchment – 2008
Water budgets
Economic values and Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia (final report)
Integrated models, frameworks and decision support tools to guide management and planning in Northern Australia (final report)
Experimental evaluation of the role of feral cat predation in the decline of small mammals in Kakadu National Park (final report)
Remote environmental monitoring in northern Australia: Scoping key research needs (final report)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (final report)
Mapping to underpin management of tropical littoral rainforest (report appendices)
Appendix 2: Reporting Back – Kimberley fire discussions (presentation)
Appendix 3: Reporting Back – NT fire discussions (presentation)
Protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships (final report)
Country: multiple values, multiple benefits into the future. Research priorities for Indigenous Protected Areas across northern Australia
Beyond the local: assessing the external social outcomes of Indigenous environmental management. Key concepts and a case study of the Kowanyama Aboriginal Land and Natural Resource Management Office
Report on the National Indigenous Fire Knowledge and Fire Management Forum
Tropical floodplain food webs – connectivity and hotspots
The value of Australia’s tropical river ecosystem services
Guide to threatened species of Kakadu National Park including other plants and animals of interest
Investigation of potential diseases associated with Northern Territory mammal declines: final report
Improving the efficiency of biodiversity investment (final report)
Catchment to coast planning: summary of key environmental management issues and activities undertaken by land managers in the Gilbert River catchment, Queensland, Australia
Integrated monitoring and assessment to support adaptive management and planning
Developing boat-based survey methods for dugong and marine turtles: Field trials at Montgomery Reef, Western Australia, August 2012 (NAILSMA Knowledge Series report)
Nyul Nyul freshwater management and monitoring plan
Research and management to reverse the decline of native mammal fauna (final report)
Rangers in place: the wider Indigenous community benefits of Yirralka Rangers in Blue Mud Bay, northeast Arnhem Land
A guide for the use of remote cameras for wildlife survey in northern Australia
Innovation for 21st Century Conservation
A strategy for the conservation of threatened species and threatened ecological communities in Kakadu National Park | 2014-2024
Optimising management actions for the conservation of threatened species in Kakadu National Park – Background Paper for Kakadu National Park Threatened Species Strategy
Smart goannas: can we teach wild goannas not to eat cane toads?
Bringing mammals back
Can we mitigate cane toad impacts on northern quolls? | Final report
A guide to use of remote cameras for wildlife surveys
Waterplant Guide
Turtle & Dugong survey
Issue: 021/2013 Report Developing boat-based survey methods for dugong and marine turtles: Field trials at Montgomery Reef, Western Australia, August 2012
Potential for contractual biodiversity conservation by pastoralists and graziers
Developing guidelines for agriculture development in northern Australia to avoid and reduce accelerated erosion
Hydrodynamic modelling of tidal inundation from sea level rise in Kakadu National Park
Hydrodynamic modelling of saline inundation from sea level rise in Kakadu National Park
Remote sensing methods to map and monitor the condition of coastal habitats and other surrogates for biodiversity – Part B: Water quality mapping of the Van Diemen Gulf
Remote sensing methods to map and monitor the condition of coastal habitats and other surrogates for biodiversity – Part A: Floodplain vegetation mapping of the Kakadu National Park
Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program: A review of policies, strategies and research activities
Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program: A review of policies, strategies and research activities
Monitoring river health in the wet-dry tropics: strategic considerations, community participation and indicators
Alluvial gully erosion: A dominant erosion process across tropical northern Australia (report)
Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Summary Report
Facilitators’ Guide to Indigenous Water Planning – Indigenous Water Planning and Engagement Overview
Discussion Paper: Reflections on Researching and Developing Indigenous Livelihoods on Country
Quantifying interception associated with large-scale plantation forestry in the Northern Territory
Resident perceptions of the relative importance of socio-cultural, biodiversity, and commercial values in Australia’s Tropical Rivers
Soil hydraulic properties of land units associated with the Oolloo Dolostone – Chapter 6
Flow guidelines for water management agencies
Developing an effective conservation and sustainable use economy: two Arnhem Land case studies
Integrated Science Support for Managing Australia’s Tropical Rivers: A Case Study in the Daly River Catchment
Trial of the Framework for the Assessment of River and Wetland Health (FARWH) in the Wet/Dry Tropics for the Daly and Fitzroy Rivers
Surface Water – Groundwater Interactions in the Lower Fitzroy River, Western Australia
Nutrients and primary production in the Flinders River
Indigenous Rights in Water in Northern Australia – NAILSMA/TRaCK Project 6.2
Socio-Economic Activity and Water Use in Australia’s Tropical Rivers: A Case Study in the Mitchell and Daly River Catchments
Assessment of the potential costs and benefits of water trading across northern Australia
Indigenous values and river flows
Gooniyandi River Monitoring Report: 2009-2010
Priorities for identification and sustainable management of high conservation value aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia
Indigenous socio-economic values and river flows – A Summary of Research Results: 2008-2010
The Hydroecological Natural Heritage Story of Cape York Peninsula
A catchment sediment and nutrient budget for the Daly River, Northern Territory
Flow and fisheries: River impacts on estuarine prawns in the Gulf of Carpentaria
Towards understanding the impacts of land management on productivity in the Daly River
Stakeholder values and attitudes towards water markets across northern Australia
Collaborative Water Planning: Howard East Water Planning Project Final Report
Collaborative Water Planning: Groundwater Visualisation Tool Guide
Collaborative Water Planning: Summary Report
A statistical analysis of flood hydrology and bankfull discharge for the Mitchell River catchment, Queensland, Australia.
Analysis of institutional arrangements and constraints affecting the establishment of water markets across northern Australia
Towards a Water Quality Monitoring and Management Framework for the Katherine and Daly River Catchment
Demographic Trends and Likely Futures for Australia’s Tropical Rivers
Collaborative Water Planning: Groundwater Visualisation Tool Guide
A statistical analysis of flood hydrology and bankfull discharge for the Daly River catchment, Northern Territory, Australia.
Biogeochemical processes and sewage markers in Buffalo Creek, Darwin
Collaborative Water Planning Project. Rural Darwin (NT) Case: Analysis of Stakeholder Interests in the Ground Water Resources of the Howard East Aquifer
Socio-economic profiling of tropical rivers
Collaborative Water Planning: Legal and Policy Analysis, Volume 3
Evaluating scenarios for the Howard catchment: summary report for workshop participants and stakeholders
Collaborative Water Planning: Retrospective Case Studies, Volume 4.1
Collaborative Water Planning: Retrospective Case Studies, Volume 4.2
Gulf rivers and productivity: May 2017 (project update)
West Kimberley research overview: May 2017 (brochure)
Top End research overview: May 2017 (brochure)
North Queensland research overview: May 2017 (brochure)
Integrated models, frameworks and decision support tools to guide management and planning in Northern Australia (stand-alone summary)
Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond – lessons learned for sustainability (journal article)
Daly River fish and flows project (key findings presentation)
Alluvial gully erosion: an example from the Mitchell fluvial megafan, Queensland, Australia

Brooks, A. P., Shellberg, J. G., Knight, J. and Spencer, J. (2009), Alluvial gully erosion: an example from the Mitchell fluvial megafan, Queensland, Australia. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms, 34: 1951–1969. doi:10.1002/esp.1883

Alluvial gully erosion rates and processes across the Mitchell River fluvial megafan in northern Queensland, Australia
Appendix 4: Indigenous fire knowledge and fire management (presentation)
Gulumoerrgin (Larrakia) seasons calendar
Ngan’gi seasons calendar
MalakMalak and Matngala plant knowledge calendar
Kunwinjku seasons calendar
Gooniyandi seasons calendar
Walmajarri seasons calendar
Ngurrungurrudjba (Yellow Water) seasons calendar
West Kimberley Projects: 2016/2017 overview
Journal article: Multiple cameras required to reliably detect feral cats in northern Australia tropical savanna: an evaluation of sampling design when using camera traps
Presentation: Environmental DNA – Forensic DNA detection of aquatic species and profiling of entire biological communities
Presentation: Otoliths (fish ear stone): natural recorders of change in aquatic environments
Presentation: Tracing water sources and greenhouse gases using field-based stable isotope techniques
Presentation: Emerging remote environmental monitoring techniques
Presentation: DNA-based methods for indirect estimation of population size and individual body condition
Presentation: RPAS for environmental monitoring in northern Australia
Presentation: Using animal audio for species detection
Presentation: Underwater video for surveying fauna
Presentation: Camera Traps for Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring in northern Australia
Ecological immunization: in situ training of free-ranging predatory lizards reduces their vulnerability to invasive toxic prey

G. Ward-Fear, D. J. Pearson, G. P. Brown, Balanggarra Rangers, R. Shine Biol. Lett. 2016 12 20150863; DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2015.0863. Published 6 January 2016

Integrated cross-realm planning: a decision-makers’ perspective (framework synthesis and case study)
Co-benefits and trade-offs between agriculture and conservation: A case study in northern Australia

Biological Conservation, N. Stoeckla, T. Chaiechia, M. Farra, D. Jarvisa, J.G. Álvarez-Romeroc, M.J. Kennardc, V. Hermosoc, R.L, Pressey, November 2015

Integrated cross-realm planning: a decision-makers’ perspective

Biological Conservation, Alvarez-Romero, JG, Adams, VM, Pressey, RL, Douglas, M, Dale, A, Auge, AA, Ball, D, Childs, J, Digby, M, Dobbs, R, Gobius, N, Hinchley, D, Lancaster, I, Maughan, M, Perdrisat, I, July 2015

Kakadu Floodplain Inundation Frequency Map
Variation in body condition indices of crimson finches by sex, breeding stage, age, time of day, and year

Conservation Physiology, Milenkaya, O, Weinstein, N, Legge, S, Walters, J, 2013

Knowledge sharing partnerships to explore and protect freshwater places (presentation)
Nyul Nyul Freshwater Research and Monitoring Project (presentation)
Monitoring turtles and dugongs on Wunambal Gaambera country: a collaborative research approach (presentation)
Fishes of Nyul Nyul Country (poster)
Mangguru (Marine Turtles) and Balguja (Dugong) Monitoring Project: Looking after turtles and dugongs on Wunambal Gaambera country, North Kimberley (journal article)
Collaborative Research to Manage Freshwater Habitats on Lama Lama Country, Cape York (presentation)
Integrating multi-directional connectivity requirements in systematic conservation planning for freshwater systems (journal article)
Estimating the costs of conservation in multiple output agricultural setting

World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol: 7 2013-06-21. T, Chaiechi and N. Stoeckl. 06/2013

Catchment management governance in Northern Australia: a preliminary evaluation

Dale, Allan P.; Pressey, Bob; Adams, Vanessa M.; Álvarez- Romero, Jorge G.; Digby, Mike; Dobbs, Rebecca; Douglas, Michael; Augé, Amélie A.; Maughan, Mirjam; Childs, John; Hinchley, David; Landcaster, Ian; Perdrisat, Ian; and Gobius, Niilo (2014) "Catchment-Scale Governance in Northern Australia: A Preliminary Evaluation," Journal of Economic and Social Policy: Vol. 16: Iss. 1, Article 2.

Searching for cost synergies between market and non-market objectives in Northern Australia: can we improve the efficiency of biodiversity Investment?

Chaiechi, Taha, Honeychurch, Shelley, and Stoeckl, Natalie (2012) Searching for cost synergies between market and non-market objectives in Northern Australia: can we improve the efficiency of biodiversity Investment? In: People and Conservation in Land and Sea Country. From: Oceania Section of the Society for Conservation Biology conference, , 21-23 September 2012, Darwin, NT, Australia. (Unpublished)

Why is biodiversity important to recreational anglers? (presentation)
The state of aquatic biodiversity, and current and emerging management challenges (presentation)
Fish response to the temporal hierarchy of the natural flow regime in the Daly River, northern Australia (journal article)

Stewart-Koster, B., Olden, J. D., Kennard, M. J., Pusey, B. J., Boone, E. L., Douglas, M. and Jackson, S. (2011), Fish response to the temporal hierarchy of the natural flow regime in the Daly River, northern Australia. Journal of Fish Biology, 79: 1525–1544. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.03072.x

Phylogenetic effects on functional traits and life history strategies of Australian freshwater fish (journal article)
Dynamics of in-stream wood and its importance as fish habitat in a large tropical floodplain river (journal article)
Data Acquisition for Conservation Assessments: Is the Effort Worth It?

Hermoso V, Kennard MJ, Linke S (2013) Data Acquisition for Conservation Assessments: Is the Effort Worth It? PLoS ONE 8(3): e59662. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059662

An integrated assessment of financial, hydrological, ecological and social impacts of ‘development’ on Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in northern Australia

Hermoso V, Kennard MJ, Linke S (2013) Data Acquisition for Conservation Assessments: Is the Effort Worth It? PLoS ONE 8(3): e59662. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059662

ESA-MERIS 10-Year Mission Reveals Contrasting Phytoplankton Bloom Dynamics in Two Tropical Regions of Northern Australia

Remote Sensing, Blondeau-Patissier, D, Schroeder, T, Brando, VE, Maier, SW, Dekker, AG, Phinn, S, 04/2014

Inter-comparison of atmospheric correction algorithms for MODIS: Evaluation with emphasis on coastal waters (poster)
An extended validation test for data fed into parametrized retrieval algorithms

In Proceedings of the 2012 International Radiation Symposium, 6-10 August 2012, Berlin, Germany, Schaale, M, Schroeder, T, 05/2013

Monitoring the impacts of saltwater intrusion on sediment communities (poster)
Saltwater intrusion history shapes the response of bacterial communities upon rehydration
Using social network analysis to study collaboration among NRM organisations in northern Australia (presentation)
Planning across freshwater and terrestrial realms: cobenefits and tradeoffs between conservation actions

Conservation Letters, Adams, V, Alvarez-Romero, J, Cattarion, L, Hermoso, V, Kennard, M, Linke, S, Pressey, R, Stoeckl, N, December 2013

Estimating the financial risks of Andropogon gayanus to greenhouse gas abatement projects in northern Australia

Environmental Research Letters, Adams, VM, Setterfield, SA, 05/2013

Uncertainties around the Implementation of a Clearing-Control Policy in a Unique Catchment in Northern Australia: Exploring Equity Issues and Balancing Competing Objectives

PLoS One, Adams, V, Pressey, R, 05/2014

Navigating trade-offs in land-use planning: integrating human well-being into objective setting

Ecology and Society, Adams, V, Pressey, R, Stoeckl, N, 12/2014

Using water residency time to enhance spatio-temporal connectivity for conservation planning in seasonally dynamic freshwater ecosystems

Hermoso, V., Ward, D. P., Kennard, M. J. (2012), Using water residency time to enhance spatio-temporal connectivity for conservation planning in seasonally dynamic freshwater ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology, 49: 1028–1035. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02191.x

Uncertainty in coarse conservation assessments hinders the efficient achievement of conservation goals
Merging connectivity rules and large-scale condition assessment improves conservation adequacy in river systems

Journal of Applied Ecology, Linke, S, Kennard, MJ, Hermoso, V, Olden, JD, Stein, J, Pusey, BJ, 10/2012

Prioritizing refugia for freshwater biodiversity conservation in highly seasonal ecosystems
Environmental, spatial and phylogenetic determinants of fish life-history traits and functional composition of Australian rivers
A tropical protection project (RipRap article)
Flood rhythm and ecosystem responses in tropical riverscapes
Evaluating the costs and benefits of systematic data acquisition for conservation assessments
Biogeographic determinants of Australian freshwater fish life-history indices assessed within a spatio-phylogenetic framework
Assessing the risks and opportunities of presence-only data for conservation planning
Are large-scale flow experiments informing the science and management of freshwater ecosystems?
Gut-content and stable-isotope analyses provide complementary understanding of ontogenetic dietary shifts and trophic relationships among fishes in a tropical river

Freshwater Biology, Pusey, BJ, Jardine, TD, Davis, AM, Blanchett, ML, Pearson, RG, 08/2012

Carbon from periphyton supports fish biomass in waterholes of a wet-dry tropical river
Assessing the seasonal dynamics of inundation, turbidity and aquatic vegetation in the Australian wet-dry tropics using optical remote sensing
Productivity, disturbance and ecosystem size have no influence on food chain length in seasonally connected rivers

PLoS One, Jardine, TD, Pettit, NE, Hamilton, SK, Pusey, BJ, Bunn, SE, Davies, PM, Douglas, MM, 06/2013

Omnivory and opportunism characterize food webs in a large dry-tropics river system
Understanding and overcoming baseline isotopic variability in running waters
Organic matter sources and size structuring in stream invertebrate food webs across a tropical to temperate gradient
Floodplain inundation and vegetation dynamics in the Alligator Rivers region (Kakadu) of northern Australia assessed using optical and radar remote sensing
River to landscape connections and biodiversity (presentation)
A Guide to Sharks of Kakadu Rivers
Largetooth Sawfish Species Information Sheet No.1
Working Knowledge: characterising collective indigenous, scientific, and local knowledge about the ecology, hydrology and geomorphology of Oriners Station, Cape York Peninsula, Australia

The Rangeland Journa, Barber, M, Jackson, S, Shellberg, J, Sinnamon, S, 12/2013

Banning Indigenous hunting won’t help dugongs

The Conversation, Altman, J, Kerins, S, 2013

Giving Green briefing note – Indigenous land and sea management
Managing weed and sea level rise threats to Kakadu’s tropical river floodplains (RipRap article)
Camping at Kawidji Kurulk Country (poster)
Kawidji Camp in the Djelk IPA (presentation)
Milerrelerre Biodiversity Survey – A Report by the Warddeken Rangers – August 2013 (presentation)
Ngangkan Culture Camp and Biodiversity Survey (presentation)
Warddeken Camera Trap Results 2013 (presentation)
Bushwalking, bokno, cats and cameras (presentation)
Dukaladjarrandj Camp 2013 – A report by the Djelk Rangers (presentation)
Ngangkan Culture and Survey Camp – 19 – 30 July 2012 (presentation)
Ongoing unraveling of a continental fauna: Decline and extinction of Australian mammals since European settlement
Kakadu National Park Symposia Series Symposium 7: Conservation of threatened species, 26–27 March 2013,
Conservation of the Patchily Distributed and Declining Purple-Crowned Fairy-Wren (Malurus coronatus coronatus) across a Vast Landscape: The Need for a Collaborative Landscape-Scale Approach
Monitoring indicates greater resilience for birds than for mammals in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia.
Evaluating the status of species using Indigenous knowledge: novel evidence for major native mammal declines in northern Australia
The illusion of nature: perception and the reality of natural landscapes, as illustrated by vertebrate fauna in the Northern Territory, Australia

Ecological Management and Restoration, Woinarski, JCZ, 01/2014

The impacts of fire on birds in Australia’s tropical savannas

Emu, Woinarski, JCZ, Legge, S, 09/2013

Fire management in the central Kimberley (EcoFire): delivering measurable results by integrating science and land management in a cost-effective model

Innovation for 21st Century Conservation, Legge, S, Fleming, A, ISBN: 978-0-9871654-1-1

Improving biodiversity monitoring

Austral Ecology, Lindenmayer, D, Gibbons, P, Bourke, M, Dickman, CR, Ferrier, S, Fitzsimons, J, Freudenberger, D, Garnett, S, Groves, C, Hobbs, R, Kingsford, RT, Krebs, C, Legge, S, Lowe, AJ, McLean, R, Possingham, H, Radford, J, Robinson, D, Thomas, D, Varcoe, T, Vardon, M, Wardle, G, Woinarski, J, Zerger, A, 05/2012

Inferring population connectivity across the range of the purple-crowned fairy-wren (Malurus coronatus) from mitochondrial DNA and morphology: implications for conservation management

Australian Journal of Zoology, Legge, S, Skroblin, A, Lanfear, R, Cockburn, A, 2012

MODIS time series as a tool for monitoring savanna bird diversity

International Journal of Wildland Fire 2012

Prioritizing threat management for biodiversity conservation

Conservation Letters, Cawardine, J, O'Connor, T, Legge, S, Mackey, B, Possingham, HP, T.G., M

Chapter 9: North Australian tropical savannas: the Three Parks Savanna Fire-Effects Plot Network

Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction , Russell-Smith, J, Edwards, AC, Woinarski, JCZ, Fisher, A, Murphy, BP, Lawes, MJ, Crase, B, ISBN: 9780643108561

Is disease contributing to terrestrial mammal declines in Australia’s Top End?

Wildlife Disease Association Australasian Section Annual Conference, 29 September - 4 October 2013, Reiss, A, Warren, K, Gillespie, G, Jackson, B, Skerrat, L, Brennan, K, Stokeld, D

Ongoing unraveling of a continental fauna: Decline and extinction of Australian mammals since European settlement

PNAS, Woinarski, JCZ, Burbidge, AA, Harrison, PL, 02/2015

Critical-weight-range marsupials in northern Australia are declining: a commentary on Fisher et al. (2014) ‘The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating?’

Global Ecology and Biogeography, Woinarski, JCZ, 2014

The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating?

Global Ecology and Biogeography , Fisher, DO, Johnson, CN, Lawes, MJ, Fritz, SA, McCallum, H, Blomberg, SP, VanDerWal, J, Abbott, B, Frank, A, Legge, S, Letnic, M, Thomas, CR, Fisher, A, Gordon, IJ, Kutt, A, 02/2014

Continental-Scale Governance and the Hastening of Loss of Australia’s Biodiversity

Conservation Biology, Possingham, H, Woinarski, J, 12/2013

Measuring and reporting on conservation management outcomes

CSIRO, Legge, S, Fleming, A, 2012, ISBN: 9780643103573

Improving biodiversity monitoring

Austral Ecology, Lindenmayer, D, Gibbons, P, Bourke, M, Dickman, CR, Ferrier, S, Fitzsimons, J, Freudenberger, D, Garnett, S, Groves, C, Hobbs, R, Kingsford, RT, Krebs, C, Legge, S, Lowe, AJ, McLean, R, Possingham, H, Radford, J, Robinson, D, Thomas, D, Varcoe, T, Vardon, M, Wardle, G, Woinarski, J, Zerger, A, 05/2012

Monitoring indicates greater resilience for birds than for mammals in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia

Journal Article, Fisher, A, Young, S, Armstrong, M, Brennan, K, Griffiths, AD, Hill, B, J. Choy, L, Milne, D, Stewart, A, Ward, S, Winderlich, S, Ziembicki, M, 2012

THE YINTJINGGA ABORIGINAL CORPORATION’S LAMA LAMA RANGERS
Mangguru (marine turtles) and Balguja (dugong) Monitoring Project
Design considerations of a choice experiment to estimate likely participation by north Australian pastoralists in contractual biodiversity conservation

The Journal of Choice Modelling, Greiner, R, Bliemer, M, Ballweg, J, March 2014

Motivations and attitudes influence farmers’ willingness to participate in contractual biodiversity conservation
Factors influencing farmers’ participation in contractual biodiversity conservation: a choice experiment with northern Australian pastoralists

The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Greiner, R, 01/2015

Willingness of north Australian pastoralists and graziers to participate in contractual biodiversity conservation
North Australian pastoralists and graziers are ready for contractual biodiversity conservation (presentation)
Dynamics of plant communities and the impact of saltwater intrusion on the floodplains of Kakadu National Park (journal article)
Assessing sea level-rise risks to coastal floodplains in the Kakadu Region, northern Australia, using a tidally driven hydrodynamic model (journal article)
Seasonal habitats, decadal trends in abundance and cultural values of magpie geese (Anseranus semipalmata) on coastal floodplains in the Kakadu Region, northern Australia (journal article)
Alligator Power (RipRap article)
Sediment production and yield from an alluvial gully in northern Queensland, Australia
The hydrogeomorphic influences on alluvial gully erosion along the Mitchell River fluvial megafan
Using resident perceptions of values associated with the Australian Tropical Rivers to identify policy and management priorities
Facilitators’ Guide to Indigenous Water Planning: Indigenous Water Planning & Engagement Overview
Facilitators’ Guide to Indigenous Water Planning: Resource Modules Summary
Facilitators’ Guide to Indigenous Water Planning
OnTRaCK, Issue 6
OnTRaCK, Issue 5
Land-use change from indigenous management to cattle grazing initiates the gullying of alluvial soils in northern Australia

Shellberg, J., Brooks, A., and Spencer, J. (2010). Land-use change from indigenous management to cattle grazing initiates the gullying of alluvial soils in northern Australia. In: ‘19th World Congress of Soil Science: Soil Solutions for a Changing World’. 1–6 August 2010. (Eds R. Gilkes and N. Prakongkep.) pp. 59–62. (World Congress of Soil Science: Brisbane.)

OnTRaCK, Issue 4
Indigenous Socio-economic values and river flows – Newsletter 2, October 2010
Water Planning poster
OnTRaCK, Issue 3
OnTRaCK, Issue 2
Participatory modelling of the Howard East aquifer – Project News
Indigenous Socio-economic values and river flows – Newsletter 1, August 2009
TRaCK Indigenous Engagement Forum – Mt Carbine Newsletter
Collaborative Water Planning: Context and Practice, Literature Review, Volume 2
Collaborative Water Planning: Context and Practice, Literature Review, Volume 1
OnTRaCK, Issue 1
TRaCK Brochure
Daly River fish and flows project: an environmental flows study, May 2007 newsletter
Daly River fish and flows project: an environmental flows study, September 2007 newsletter