Scientific Papers


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

Mangguru (marine turtles) and Balguja (dugong) monitoring project: Looking after turtles and dugongs on Wunambal Gaambera Country, North Kimberley
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
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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
Temporal variation in benthic primary production in streams of the Australian wet–dry tropics

Garcia, Pettit, Warfe, Davies, Kyne, Novak, & Douglas. (2015). Temporal variation in benthic primary production in streams of the Australian wet-dry tropics. Hydrobiologia, 760(1), 43-55. doi: 10.1007/s10750-015-2301-6

Context dependency of top-down and bottom-up effects in a Northern Australian tropical river

Garcia, E., Townsend, S., Douglas, M. 2015, 'Context dependency of top-down and bottom-up effects in a Northern Australian tropical river', Freshwater Science, 34, 2, pp. 679-690. doi: 10.1086/681106

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 SE, Douglas MM, Kennard MJ, Pusey BJ, Huddleston J, Harney B, Liddy L, Liddy M, Liddy R, Sullivan L, Huddleston B, Banderson M, McMah A & Allsop Q. 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

Customary and recreational fishing pressure: large-bodied fish assemblages in a tropical, intermittent Australian river

Close, P., Dobbs, R., Tunbridge, D., Speldewinde, P., Warfe, D., Toussaint, S., & Davies, P. (2014). Customary and recreational fishing pressure: Large-bodied fish assemblages in a tropical, intermittent Australian river. Marine and Freshwater Research, 65(5), 466-474. doi: 10.1071/MF13042

The use of replacement cost method to assess and manage the impacts of water resource development on Australian Indigenous customary economies

Jackson S, Finn M & Scheepers K. 2014. The use of replacement cost method to assess and manage the impacts of water resource development on Australian indigenous customary economies.
Journal of Environmental Management 135:100-109. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.01.018

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

Shellberg, J., Brooks, A., & Rose, C. (2013). Sediment production and yield from an alluvial gully in northern Queensland, Australia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38(15), 1765-1778. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3414

The hydrogeomorphic influences on alluvial gully erosion along the Mitchell River fluvial megafan

Shellberg, J., Brooks, A., Spencer, J., & Ward, D. (2013). The hydrogeomorphic influences on alluvial gully erosion along the Mitchell River fluvial megafan. Hydrological Processes, 27(7), 1086-1104. doi: 10.1002/hyp.9240

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

Larson, S., Stoeckl, N., Neil, B., & Welters, R. (2013). Using resident perceptions of values associated with the Australian Tropical Rivers to identify policy and management priorities. Ecological Economics, 94(C), 9-18. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2013.07.005

Indigenous Development Through Payments for Environmental Services in Arnhem Land, Australia: A Critical Analysis

Concu, N. 2013. Indigenous Development Through Payments for Environmental Services in Arnhem Land, Australia: A Critical Analysis. In: Muradian R., Rival L. (eds) Governing the Provision of Ecosystem Services. Studies in Ecological Economics, vol 4. Springer, Dordrecht. doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-5176-7_9

Hydrological connectivity structures concordant plant and animal assemblages according to niche rather than dispersal processes

Warfe, D., Pettit, N., Magierowski, R., Pusey, B., Davies, P., Douglas, M., & Bunn, S. (2013). Hydrological connectivity structures concordant plant and animal assemblages according to niche rather than dispersal processes. Freshwater Biology, 58(2), 292-305. doi: 10.1111/fwb.12058

Factors controlling primary productivity in a wet–dry tropical river

Faggotter, S., Webster, I., & Burford, M. (n.d.). Factors controlling primary productivity in a wet–dry tropical river. Marine and Freshwater Research, 64(7), 585-598. doi: 10.1071/MF12299

Distributional and consumptive water demand impacts of different types of economic growth in two northern Australian river catchments

Stoeckl, Natalie, Esparon, Michelle, Farr, Marina, Delisle, Aurelie, and Stanley, Owen. "Distributional and Consumptive Water Demand Impacts of Different Types of Economic Growth in Two Northern Australian River Catchments." Australasian Journal of Regional Studies 19, no. 3 (2013): 396-432. DOI:

On the use of socioeconomic typologies for improved integrated management of data-poor regions: Explorations from the Australian north

Larson, S., N. Stoeckl, and B. Blanco-Martin. "On the Use of Socioeconomic Typologies for Improved Integrated Management of Data-poor Regions: Explorations from the Australian North." Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 20, no. 4 (2013): 302-19. DOI: 10.1080/14486563.2012.763145

The great asymmetric divide: An empirical investigation of the link between indigenous and non-indigenous economic systems in Northern Australia

Stoeckl, N., Esparon, M., Farr, M., Delisle, A., & Stanley, O. 2014. The great asymmetric divide: An empirical investigation of the link between indigenous and non‐indigenous economic systems in Northern Australia. Papers in Regional Science, 93(4), 783-801. doi-org.ezproxy.cdu.edu.au/10.1111/pirs.12028