Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge

Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Northern Territory
Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Western Australia
Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Queensland
Alluvial gully erosion: A dominant erosion process across tropical northern Australia
Identifying Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets 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: Norman & Staaten Rivers – demographic
Profile: Drysdale River
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: Walker, Goyde, Buckingham & Koolatong Rivers – demographic
Profile: Holroyd River
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
The value of Australia’s tropical ecosystem services
Profile: Limmen Bright River
Profile: Rosie River
Profile: McArthur River, Rosie & Limmen Bight Rivers – demographic
Profile: Victoria River, Ord & Keep Rivers (NT part) – demographic
Profile: Groote Eylandt River
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: Lennard River
Profile: Robinson River, Calvert River & Settlement Creek – demographic
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: Jardine River
Profile: Mossman River – demographic
Profile: Norman River
Profile: Daly River
Profile: Embley, Watson, Archer, Holyrood & Wenlock Rivers, demographic
Profile: Watson River
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: East Alligator River
Profile: Torres Strait Islands – demographic
Profile: Pentecost & Drysdale Rivers – 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: Mornington Island – demographic
Profile: Isdell River
Profile: Buckingham River
Profile: Koolatong River
Profile: Prince Regent River
Profile: Gilbert River, demographic
Profile: Ducie River
Profile: Ord River (WA part) & Keep River (WA part) – demographic
Profile: Koolatong River
Profile: Settlement Creek (NT)
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
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
River foodwebs
Sediment and Waterholes
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
Healthy Estuaries
Classifying river landscapes
TRaCK in the Mitchell catchment – 2008
Water budgets
Building better Indigenous participation
Wiltma Nargun Lahan – Walking on Wagiman Land (annual report impact story)
Identifying high conservation value aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia (Final report)

Cook, B.D., Kennard, M.J., Pusey, B.J. & Hughes, J.M. (2010) Delineation of freshwater bioregions in northern Australia. In Kennard, M.J. (ed) Identifying high conservation value aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia. Final Report for the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts and National Water Commission. Charles Darwin University, Darwin.

Ecohydrological regionalisation of Australia: A tool for management and science (Technical report)

Pusey, B., Kennard, M., Stein, J., Olden, J., Mackay, S., Hutchinson, M., and Sheldon, F. 2009. Ecohydrological regionalisation of Australia: A tool for management and science.

A catchment sediment and nutrient budget for the Mitchell River Queensland (Report)

Rustomji, P., Shellberg, J., Brooks, A., Spencer, J., & Caitcheon, G. 2010. A catchment sediment and nutrient budget for the Mitchell River Queensland. A report to the Tropical River and Coastal Knowledge (TRaCK) research program, 1–119.

Indigenous socio-economic values and river flows – Final report
Alluvial gully erosion rates and processes across the Mitchell River fluvial megafan in northern Queensland, Australia
Collaborative Water Planning Project. Rural Darwin (NT) Case: Analysis of Stakeholder Interests in the Ground Water Resources of the Howard East Aquifer
Collaborative Water Planning: Summary Report
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
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
Monitoring river health in the wet-dry tropics: strategic considerations, community participation and indicators
Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets – Summary Report
Alluvial gully erosion: A dominant erosion process across tropical northern Australia (report)
Developing an effective conservation and sustainable use economy: two Arnhem Land case studies
Nutrients and primary production in the Flinders River
Indigenous Rights in Water in Northern Australia – NAILSMA/TRaCK Project 6.2
Surface Water – Groundwater Interactions in the Lower Fitzroy River, Western Australia
Socio-Economic Activity and Water Use in Australia’s Tropical Rivers: A Case Study in the Mitchell and Daly River Catchments
Soil hydraulic properties of land units associated with the Oolloo Dolostone – Chapter 6
Assessment of the potential costs and benefits of water trading across northern Australia
The Hydroecological Natural Heritage Story of Cape York Peninsula
Flow guidelines for water management agencies
Integrated Science Support for Managing Australia’s Tropical Rivers: A Case Study in the Daly River Catchment
Malak Malak River Monitoring Report: 2009 – 2010
Trial of the Framework for the Assessment of River and Wetland Health (FARWH) in the Wet/Dry Tropics for the Daly and Fitzroy Rivers
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
Towards understanding the impacts of land management on productivity in the Daly River
A catchment sediment and nutrient budget for the Daly River, Northern Territory
Collaborative Water Planning: Howard East Water Planning Project Final Report
Collaborative Water Planning: Groundwater Visualisation Tool Guide
Flow and fisheries: River impacts on estuarine prawns in the Gulf of Carpentaria
A statistical analysis of flood hydrology and bankfull discharge for the Mitchell River catchment, Queensland, Australia.
Demographic Trends and Likely Futures for Australia’s Tropical Rivers
Stakeholder values and attitudes towards water markets across northern Australia
Socio-economic profiling of 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
The value of Australia’s tropical river ecosystem services
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
Collaborative Water Planning: Retrospective Case Studies, Volume 4.2
Collaborative Water Planning: Retrospective Case Studies, Volume 4.1
Collaborative Water Planning: Legal and Policy Analysis, Volume 3
Evaluating scenarios for the Howard catchment: summary report for workshop participants and stakeholders
Primary production and nutrients in a tropical macrotidal estuary, Darwin Harbour, Australia

Burford, Alongi, Mckinnon, & Trott. 2008. Primary production and nutrients in a tropical macrotidal estuary, Darwin Harbour, Australia. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 79(3), 440-448. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2008.04.018

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

Climate change and its implications for Australia’s freshwater fish

Morrongiello, J., Beatty, S., Bennett, J., Crook, D., Ikedife, D., Kennard, M., . . . Rayner, T. (2011). Climate change and its implications for Australia’s freshwater fish. Marine and Freshwater Research, 62(9), 1082-1098. doi: 10.1071/MF10308

Challenges and Opportunities in Implementing Managed Relocation for Conservation of Freshwater Species

Olden, J., Kennard, M., Lawler, J., & Poff, N. (2011). Challenges and Opportunities in Implementing Managed Relocation for Conservation of Freshwater Species. Conservation Biology, 25(1), 40-47. doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2010.01557.x

An integrated risk assessment for climate change: analysing the vulnerability of sharks and rays on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Chin, A., Kyne, P., Walker, T., & McAULEY, R. 2010. An integrated risk assessment for climate change: Analysing the vulnerability of sharks and rays on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Global Change Biology, 16(7), 1936-1953. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.02128.x

Landscape genetic analysis of the tropical freshwater fish Mogurnda mogurnda (Eleotridae) in a monsoonal river basin: importance of hydrographic factors and population history

Cook, B., Kennard, M., Real, K., Pusey, B., & Hughes, J. (2011). Landscape genetic analysis of the tropical freshwater fish Mogurnda mogurnda (Eleotridae) in a monsoonal river basin: Importance of hydrographic factors and population history. Freshwater Biology, 56(5), 812-827. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2010.02527.x

Conservation biogeography of freshwater fishes: recent progress and future challenges

Olden, J., Kennard, M., Leprieur, F., Tedesco, P., Winemiller, K., & García‐Berthou, E. (2010). Conservation biogeography of freshwater fishes: Recent progress and future challenges. Diversity and Distributions, 16(3), 496-513. doi: 10.1111/j.1472-4642.2010.00655.x

Historical population connectivity and fragmentation in a tropical freshwater fish with a disjunct distribution (pennyfish, Denariusa bandata)

Cook, B. D., & Hughes, J. M. (2010). Historical population connectivity and fragmentation in a tropical freshwater fish with a disjunct distribution (pennyfish, Denariusa bandata). Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 29(3), 1119-1131. doi: 10.1899/09-087.1

Climate Change Implications for River Restoration in Global Biodiversity Hotspots

Davies, P. (2010). Climate Change Implications for River Restoration in Global Biodiversity Hotspots. Restoration Ecology, 18(3), 261-268. doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2009.00648.x

Bayesian network models for environmental flow decision making in the Daly River, Northern Territory, Australia

Chan, T., Hart, B., Kennard, M., Pusey, B., Shenton, W., Douglas, M., . . . Patel, S. (2012). Bayesian network models for environmental flow decision making in the Daly River, Northern Territory, Australia. River Research and Applications, 28(3), 283-301. doi: 10.1002/rra.1456

Leaf litter chemistry, decomposition and assimilation by macroinvertebrates in two tropical streams

Pettit, N., Davies, T., Fellman, J., Grierson, P., Warfe, D., & Davies, P. 2012. Leaf litter chemistry, decomposition and assimilation by macroinvertebrates in two tropical streams. Hydrobiologia, 680(1), 63-77. doi: 10.1007/s10750-011-0903-1

The ‘wet–dry’ in the wet–dry tropics drives river ecosystem structure and processes in northern Australia

Warfe, D., Pettit, N., Davies, P., Pusey, B., Hamilton, S., Kennard, M., . . . Halliday, I. (2011). The ‘wet–dry’ in the wet–dry tropics drives river ecosystem structure and processes in northern Australia. Freshwater Biology, 56(11), 2169-2195. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02660.x

Effect of nutrient loading on biogeochemical processes in tropical tidal creeks

Smith, J., Burford, M., Revill, A., Haese, A., & Fortune, T. (2012). Effect of nutrient loading on biogeochemical processes in tropical tidal creeks. Biogeochemistry, 108(1), 359-380. doi: 10.1007/s10533-011-9605-z

Effect of sewage nutrients on algal production, biomass and pigments in tropical tidal creeks

Burford, Revill, Smith, & Clementson. (2012). Effect of sewage nutrients on algal production, biomass and pigments in tropical tidal creeks. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64(12), 2671-2680. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.10.008

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

Temporal and spatial variation in ecosystem metabolism and food web carbon transfer in a wet–dry tropical river

Hunt, R., Jardine, T., Hamilton, S., & Bunn, S. (2012). Temporal and spatial variation in ecosystem metabolism and food web carbon transfer in a wet‐dry tropical river. Freshwater Biology, 57(3), 435-450. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02708.x

Terrestrial invertebrates of dry river beds are not simply subsets of riparian assemblages

Steward, A., Marshall, L., Sheldon, J., Harch, C., Choy, F., Bunn, B., & Tockner, S. (2011). Terrestrial invertebrates of dry river beds are not simply subsets of riparian assemblages. Aquatic Sciences, 73(4), 551-566. doi: 10.1007/s00027-011-0217-4

Large scale surveys suggest limited mercury availability in tropical north Queensland (Australia)

Jardine, T. D., Bunn, S. E., Halliday, I. A., Howley, C., & Sinnamon, V. (2012). Large scale surveys suggest limited mercury availability in tropical north Queensland (Australia). Science of the Total Environment, 416(C), 385-393. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2011.11.022

Biogeochemical implications of climate change for tropical rivers and floodplains

Hamilton, S. (2010). Biogeochemical implications of climate change for tropical rivers and floodplains. Hydrobiologia, 657(1), 19-35. doi: 10.1007/s10750-009-0086-1

Seasonal contrasts in carbon resources and ecological processes on a tropical floodplain

Pettit, N.E., Bayliss, P., Davies, P.M., Hamilton, S.K., Warfe, D.M., Bunn, S.E., & Douglas, M.M. (2011). Seasonal contrasts in carbon resources and ecological processes on a tropical floodplain.(Report). Freshwater Biology, 56(6), 1047-1064. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2010.02544.x

Seasonal changes in water quality and macrophytes and the impact of cattle on tropical floodplain waterholes

Pettit, N., Jardine, T., Hamilton, S., Sinnamon, V., Valdez, D., Davies, P., . . . Bunn, S. (n.d.). Seasonal changes in water quality and macrophytes and the impact of cattle on tropical floodplain waterholes. Marine and Freshwater Research, 63(9), 788-800. doi: 10.1071/MF12114

Fish mediate high food web connectivity in the lower reaches of a tropical floodplain river

Jardine, T., Pusey, D., Hamilton, B., Pettit, J., Davies, S., Douglas, K., . . . Bunn, P. (2012). Fish mediate high food web connectivity in the lower reaches of a tropical floodplain river. Oecologia, 168(3), 829-838. doi: 10.1007/s00442-011-2148-0

The response of benthic algal biomass to nutrient addition over a range of current speeds in an oligotrophic river

Townsend, S., Garcia, E., & Douglas, M. (2012). The response of benthic algal biomass to nutrient addition over a range of current speeds in an oligotrophic river. Freshwater Science, 31(4), 1233-1243. doi: 10.1899/11-163.1

Consumer–resource coupling in wet–dry tropical rivers

Jardine, T., Pettit, N., Warfe, D., Pusey, B., Ward, D., Douglas, M., . . . Bunn, S. (2012). Consumer–resource coupling in wet–dry tropical rivers. Journal of Animal Ecology, 81(2), 310-322. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2656.2011.01925.x

Northern Australia, whither the mercury?

Jardine, T., & Bunn, S. (2010). Northern Australia, whither the mercury?. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61(4), 451-463. doi: 10.1071/MF09126

A non-lethal sampling method for stable carbon and nitrogen isotope studies of tropical fishes

Jardine, T., Hunt, R., Pusey, B., & Bunn, S. (2011). A non-lethal sampling method for stable carbon and nitrogen isotope studies of tropical fishes. Marine and Freshwater Research, 62(1), 83-90. doi: 10.1071/MF10211

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

Land-use change from indigenous management to cattle grazing initiates the gullying of alluvial soils in northern Australia

Shellberg, J., Brooks, A., & Spencer, J. 2010. Land-use change from indigenous management to cattle grazing initiates the gullying of alluvial soils in northern Australia. Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a Changing World. International Union of Soil Sciences.

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

Differing effects of catchment land use on water chemistry explain contrasting behaviour of a diatom index in tropical northern and temperate southern Australia

Chessman, & Townsend. (2010). Differing effects of catchment land use on water chemistry explain contrasting behaviour of a diatom index in tropical northern and temperate southern Australia. Ecological Indicators, 10(3), 620-626. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.10.006

Metabolism in a groundwater-fed river system in the Australian wet/dry tropics: tight coupling of photosynthesis and respiration

Townsend, S., Webster, I., & Schult, J. (n.d.). Metabolism in a groundwater-fed river system in the Australian wet/dry tropics: Tight coupling of photosynthesis and respiration. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 30(3), 603-620. doi: 10.1899/10-066.1

Phytoplankton composition and constraints to biomass in the middle reaches of an Australian tropical river during base flow

Townsend, SA., Przybylska, M., & Miloshis, M. (2011). Phytoplankton composition and constraints to biomass in the middle reaches of an Australian tropical river during base flow. Marine and Freshwater Research, 63(1), 48-59. doi: 10.1071/MF11111

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

A model to predict the response of the benthic macroalga Spirogyra to reduced base flow in tropical Australia

Townsend, S., & Padovan, A. (2009). A model to predict the response of the benthic macroalga Spirogyra to reduced base flow in the tropical Australia. River Research and Applications, 25(9), 1193-1203. doi: 10.1002/rra.1230

Classification of natural flow regimes in Australia to support environmental flow management

Kennard, M., Pusey, B., Olden, J., Mackay, S., Stein, J., & Marsh, N. (2010). Classification of natural flow regimes in Australia to support environmental flow management. Freshwater Biology, 55(1), 171-193. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2009.02307.x

Quantifying uncertainty in estimation of hydrologic metrics for ecohydrological studies

Kennard, M., Mackay, S., Pusey, B., Olden, J., & Marsh, N. (2010). Quantifying uncertainty in estimation of hydrologic metrics for ecohydrological studies. River Research and Applications, 26(2), 137-156. doi: 10.1002/rra.1249

A framework for hydrologic classification with a review of methodologies and applications in ecohydrology

Olden, J., Kennard, M., & Pusey, B. (2012). A framework for hydrologic classification with a review of methodologies and applications in ecohydrology. Ecohydrology, 5(4), 503-518. doi: 10.1002/eco.251

Comparing Multipliers from Survey and Non-Survey Based IO Models

Stoeckl, N. (2012). Comparing Multipliers from Survey and Non-Survey Based IO Models. International Regional Science Review, 35(4), 367-388. DOI: 10.1177/0160017610385452

The haves and have nots in Australia’s Tropical North – new perspectives on a persisting problem

Taylor, A., Larson, S., Stoeckl, N., & Carson, D. (2011). The haves and have nots in Australia's Tropical North - New Perspectives on a Persisting Problem. Geographical Research, 49(1), 13-22. DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-5871.2010.00648.x

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

Creating the Ngan’gi Seasons calendar: Reflections on engaging Indigenous knowledge authorities in research

Woodward E. 2010. Creating the Ngan'gi Seasons calendar: Reflections on engaging Indigenous knowledge authorities in research. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts (2):125-138.

Recognition of Indigenous interests in Australian water resource management, with particular reference to environmental flow assessment

Jackson S. 2008. Recognition of Indigenous Interests in Australian Water Resource Management, with Particular Reference to Environmental Flow Assessment. Geography Compass 2: 874-898. doi.org/10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00103.x

Protecting Indigenous values in water management: A challenge to conventional environmental flow assessments

Finn M, & Jackson S. 2011. Protecting Indigenous Values in Water Management: A Challenge to Conventional Environmental Flow Assessments. Ecosystems 14: 1232. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-011-9476-0

Utilising Indigenous seasonal knowledge to understand aquatic resource use and inform water resource management in northern Australia

Woodward, E, Jackson S, Finn M, & McTaggart PM. 2012. Utilising Indigenous seasonal knowledge to understand aquatic resource use and inform water resource management in northern Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration, 13: 58-64. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1442-8903.2011.00622.x

Aquatic resource use by Indigenous Australians in two tropical river catchments: The Fitzroy River and Daly River

Jackson S, Finn M, & Featherston P. 2012. Aquatic Resource Use by Indigenous Australians in Two Tropical River Catchments: the Fitzroy River and Daly River. Human Ecology 40: 893. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-012-9518-z

Recognition of indigenous water values in Australia’s Northern Territory: Current progress and ongoing challenges for social justice in water planning

Jackson S & Barber M. (2013) Recognition of indigenous water values in Australia's Northern Territory: current progress and ongoing challenges for social justice in water planning. Planning Theory and Practice 14 4: 435-454. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14649357.2013.845684

Integrating indigenous ecological and scientific hydro-geological knowledge using a Bayesian Network in the context of water resource development

Liedloff AC, Woodward EL, Harrington GA, & Jackson S. 2013. Integrating indigenous ecological and scientific hydro-geological knowledge using a Bayesian Network in the context of water resource development. Journal of Hydrology 499:177-187. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.06.051

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

An economic assessment of the value of tropical river ecosystem services: Heterogeneous preferences among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians

Zander KK & Straton A. 2010. An economic assessment of the value of tropical river ecosystem services: Heterogeneous preferences among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians. Ecological Economics. 69.12:2417-2426. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2010.07.010

Exploring and evaluating scenarios for a river catchment in northern Australia using scenario development, multi-criteria analysis and a deliberative process as a tool for water planning

Straton AT, Jackson S, Marinoni O, et al. 2011. Exploring and Evaluating Scenarios for a River Catchment in Northern Australia Using Scenario Development, Multi-criteria Analysis and a Deliberative Process as a Tool for Water Planning. Water Resources Management 25: 141. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11269-010-9691-z

Trade-offs between development, culture and conservation: Willingness to pay for tropical river management among urban Australians

Zander KK, Garnett ST, & Straton A. 2010. Trade-offs between development, culture and conservation – Willingness to pay for tropical river management among urban Australians. Journal of Environmental Management. 91.12:2519-2528. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.07.012.

REDD payments as incentive for reducing forest loss

Sandker M, Nyame SK, Förster J, Collier N, Shepherd G, Yeboah D, Blas DE, Machwitz M, Vaatainen S, Garedew E, Etoga G, Ehringhaus C, Anati J, Quarm OD & Campbell BM. 2010. REDD payments as incentive for reducing forest loss. Conservation Letters 3: 114-121. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1755-263X.2010.00095.x

Transparency and trade-offs in water planning

Mooney C, Baldwin C, Tan P, & Mackenzie J. 2012. Transparency and trade-offs in water planning. Journal of Hydrology. 474:66-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.06.040

How scientific knowledge informs community understanding of groundwater

Baldwin C, Tan P, White I, Hoverman S & Burry K. 2012. How scientific knowledge informs community understanding of groundwater. Journal of Hydrology. 474:74-83. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.06.006

Tools to enhance public participation and confidence in the development of the Howard East aquifer water plan

Jackson S, Tan P, & Nolan S. 2012. Tools to enhance public participation and confidence in the development of the Howard East aquifer water plan, Northern Territory. Journal of Hydrology 474:22-28.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.02.007

Continued challenges in the policy and legal framework for collaborative water planning

Tan P, Bowmer KH & Baldwin C. 2012. Continued challenges in the policy and legal framework for collaborative water planning. Journal of Hydrology. 474: 84-91. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.02.021.

The value and limitations of Participatory Action Research methodology

Mackenzie J, Tan P, Hoverman S & Baldwin C. 2012. The value and limitations of Participatory Action Research methodology. Journal of Hydrology 474:11-21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.09.008.

Methods and approaches to support Indigenous water planning: An example from the Tiwi Islands

Hoverman S & Ayre M. 2012. Methods and approaches to support Indigenous water planning: An example from the Tiwi Islands, Northern Territory, Australia. Journal of Hydrology 474:47-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.03.005.

Principles and guidelines for good practice in Indigenous engagement in water planning

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

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Land-use change from indigenous management to cattle grazing initiates the gullying of alluvial soils in northern Australia

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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

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

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

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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

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Fish response to the temporal hierarchy of the natural flow regime in the Daly River, northern Australia (journal article)

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Phylogenetic effects on functional traits and life history strategies of Australian freshwater fish (journal article)

Sternberg, D., & Kennard, M. (2014). Phylogenetic effects on functional traits and life history strategies of Australian freshwater fish. Ecography, 37(1), 54-64. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00362.x

Dynamics of in-stream wood and its importance as fish habitat in a large tropical floodplain river (journal article)

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Dynamics of in-stream wood and its importance as fish habitat in a large tropical floodplain river (journal article)
An integrated assessment of financial, hydrological, ecological and social impacts of ‘development’ on Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in northern Australia

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Carbon from periphyton supports fish biomass in waterholes of a wet-dry tropical river

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Carbon from periphyton supports fish biomass in waterholes of a wet-dry tropical river
Australian Riverine Landscape Classifier (AURICL)
Land-use change from indigenous management to cattle grazing initiates the gullying of alluvial soils in northern Australia

Shellberg, J., Brooks, A., & Spencer, J. 2010. Land-use change from indigenous management to cattle grazing initiates the gullying of alluvial soils in northern Australia. Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a Changing World. International Union of Soil Sciences.

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
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Facilitators’ Guide to Indigenous Water Planning: Indigenous Water Planning & Engagement Overview
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Collaborative Water Planning: Context and Practice, Literature Review, Volume 2
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