Papers


Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond – lessons learned for sustainability (journal article)
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

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

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)
“We like to listen to stories about fish”: integrating Indigenous ecological and scientific knowledge to inform environmental flow assessments

Jackson, S. E., M. M. Douglas, M. J. Kennard, B. J. Pusey, J. Huddleston, B. Harney, L. Liddy, M. Liddy, R. Liddy, L. Sullivan, B. Huddleston, M. Banderson, A. McMah, and Q. Allsop. 2014. “We like to listen to stories about fish”: integrating indigenous ecological and scientific knowledge to inform environmental flow assessments. Ecology and Society 19(1): 43. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05874-190143

Sediment production and yield from an alluvial gully in northern Queensland, Australia