Scientific Papers


Water and Indigenous rights: Mechanisms and pathways of recognition, representation, and redistribution

Jackson S. 2018. Water and Indigenous rights: Mechanisms and pathways of recognition, representation, and redistribution. WIREs Water e1314, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/wat2.1314

Navigating the fiery debate: The role of scientific evidence in eliciting policy and management responses for contentious plans in northern Australia
Setterfield SA, Rossiter-Rachor NA & Adams VM. 2018. Navigating the fiery debate: the role of scientific evidence in eliciting policy and management responses for contentious plants in northern Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology, https://doi.org/10.1071/PC18028
Are Indigenous land and sea management programs a pathway to Indigenous economic independence?

Jarvis D, Stoeckl N, Addison J, Larson S, Hill R, Pert P, Lui FW. 2018. Are Indigenous land and sea management programs a pathway to Indigenous economic independence? The Rangeland Journal, https://doi.org/10.1071/RJ18051

Building trust and establishing legitimacy across scientific, water management and Indigenous cultures

Jackson S. 2018. Building trust and establishing legitimacy across scientific, water management and Indigenous cultures. Australasian Journal of Water Resources, DOI: 10.1080/13241583.2018.1505994

Rapid increase of Australian tropical savanna reptile abundance following exclusion of feral cats

Stokeld D, Fisher A, Gentles T, Hill BM, Woinarski JCZ, Young S & Gillespie GR. 2018. Rapid increase of Australian tropical savanna reptile abundance following exclusion of feral cats. Biological Conservation 225: 213-221. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2018.06.025.

Estuarine crocodiles in a tropical coastal floodplain obtain nutrition from terrestrial prey

Adame F, Jardine T, Fry B, Valdez D, Lindner G, Nadji, J & Bunn S. 2018. Estuarine crocodiles in a tropical coastal floodplain obtain nutrition from terrestrial prey. PLOS ONE. 13. e0197159. 10.1371/journal.pone.0197159.

Indigenous land and sea management programs: Can they promote regional development and help “close the (income) gap”?

Jarvis D, Stoeckl N, Hill R & Pert P. 2018. Indigenous land and sea management programs: Can they promote regional development and help “close the (income) gap”? Australian Journal of Social Issues. 00:1–21. doi: 10.1002/ajs4.44.

Continental-scale decrease in net primary productivity in streams due to climate warming

Song C, Dodds WK, Rüegg J, Argerich A, Baker CL, Bowden WB, Douglas MM, Farrell KJ, Flinn MB, Garcia EA, Helton AM, Harms TK, Jia S, Jones JB, Koenig LE, Kominoski JS, McDowell WH, McMaster D, Parker SP, Rosemond AD, Ruffing CM, Sheehan KR, Trentman MT, Whiles MR, Wollheim WM & Ballantyne IV F. 2018. Continental-scale decrease in net primary productivity in streams due to climate warming. Nature Geoscience 11, pp 415–420.

Using measures of wellbeing for impact evaluation: Proof of concept developed with an Indigenous community undertaking land management programs in northern Australia

Larson S, Stoeckl N, Jarvis D, Addison J, Prior S & Esparon M. 2018. Using measures of wellbeing for impact evaluation: Proof of concept developed with an Indigenous community undertaking land management programs in northern Australia. Ambio https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-018-1058-3

What do predator diets tell us about mammal declines in Kakadu National Park?
Stokeld D, Fisher A, Gentles T, Hill B, Triggs B, Woinarski J.C.Z. & Gillespie G.R. 2018. What do predator diets tell us about mammal declines in Kakadu National Park?. Wildlife Research 45:92-101.
Conserving biodiversity and Indigenous bush tucker: Practical application of the strategic foresight framework to invasive alien species management planning

Adams VM, Douglas MM, Jackson SE, Scheepers K, Kool JT & Setterfield SA. 2018. Conserving biodiversity and Indigenous bush tucker: Practical application of the strategic foresight framework to invasive alien species management planning. Conservation Letters e12441. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12441

Using multiple methods to understand the nature of relationships in social networks

Adams VM, Moon K, Álvarez-Romero JG, Bodin Ö, Spencer M & Blackman D. 2018. Using multiple methods to understand the nature of relationships in social networks. Society & Natural Resources, DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2018.1425514

The divergence of traditional Aboriginal and contemporary fire management practices on Wik traditional lands, Cape York Peninsula, Northern Australia

Perry JJ, Sinclair M, Wikmunea H, Wolmby S, Martin D & Martin B. 2018. The divergence of traditional Aboriginal and contemporary fire management practices on Wik traditional lands, Cape York Peninsula, Northern Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration, 19: 24-31. doi:10.1111/emr.12301

Large-scale dieback of mangroves in Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria: a severe ecosystem response, coincidental with an unusually extreme weather event
The crowding out of complex social goods

Stoeckl N, Hicks C, Farr M, Grainger D, Esparon M, Thomas J, & Larson S. 2018. The crowding out of complex social goods. Ecological Economics 144: 65-72. ISSN 0921-8009. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.07.021.

The crowding out of complex social goods
Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond – lessons learned for sustainability

Tengö M, Hill R, Malmer P, Raymond CM, Spierenburg M, Danielsen F, Elmqvist T & Folke C. 2017. Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond—lessons learned for sustainability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26–27:17-25. ISSN 1877-3435. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2016.12.005

Multiple cameras required to reliably detect feral cats in northern Australia tropical savanna: an evaluation of sampling design when using camera traps (journal article)
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

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

Mangguru (Marine Turtles) and Balguja (Dugong) Monitoring Project: Looking after turtles and dugongs on Wunambal Gaambera country, North Kimberley (journal article)
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