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The 10 Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points. Biological Conservation, 144, pp.1472-1480., 2011.
Adding Fuel to the Fire: The Impacts of Non-Native Grass Invasion on Fire Management at a Regional Scale PLoS ONE, 8(5), p.e59144., 2013.
Africanising the tropical woodlands: Canopy loss and tree death following gamba grass Andropogon gayanus invasion. In 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 24-28 September 2006. AdelaideAdelaide, SA, Australia: Weed Management Society of South Australia, pp. 296 - 296. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:6670., 2006.
Andropogon gayanus (Gamba Grass) Invasion Increases Fire-mediated Nitrogen Losses in the Tropical Savannas of Northern Australia. Ecosystems, 11(1), pp.77 - 88. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:7385., 2008.
Aquatic invertebrates In: Aquatic Biodiversity in Northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. In Darwin: CDU Press, pp. 51-70 ., 2011.
Catchment cover and stream water quality in an Australian tropical savanna: rapid recovery after a change to a less intense fire regime. Ecological Management and Restoration, 5(2), pp.136 - 138. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1485., 2004.
Catchment Management Governance in Northern Australia: A Preliminary Evaluation. Journal of Economic and Social Policy., In Press.
Comparison of image and rapid field assessments of riparian zone condition in Australian tropical savannas. Forest Ecology and Management, 240(1-3), pp.42 - 60. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2730., 2007.
Condition, impacts and threats to aquatic biodiversity. In Aquatic Biodiversity in Northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. Aquatic Biodiversity in Northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press, pp. 151-172., 2011.
Consumer-resource coupling in wet-dry tropical rivers. Journal of Animal Ecology, 81, pp.310-322., 2012.
Context dependency of top-down and bottom-up effects in a Northern Australian tropical river FRESHWATER SCIENCE, 34(2)., 2015.
Correlates of grass-species composition in a savanna woodland in northern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany, 57(1), pp.10 - 17. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8525., 2009.
Corrigendum to “The ten Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points” [Biol. Conserv. 144 (2011) 1472–1480]. Biological Conservation, 159, p.552. Available at: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0006320713000499., 2013.
Designing environmental research for impact. Science of The Total Environment, 534, pp.4-13. Available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048969714016830., 2015.
Development and implementation of the Tropical Rapid Appraisal of Riparian Condition (TRARC) method. RipRap: River and Riparian Lands Management Newsletter, 31, pp.44 - 46. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2432., 2006.
Different weeds, different habitats, same effects: exotic grass invasion in tropical woodlands and wetlands. In 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 24-28 September 2006. AdelaideAustralia: Weed Management Society of South Australia, pp. 811 - 814. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2312., 2006.
Does the Redfield ratio infer nutrient limitation in the macroalga Spirogyra fluviatilis?. Freshwater Biology, 53(3), pp.509 - 520. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:7445., 2008.
Dynamics of in-stream wood and its importance as fish habitat in a large tropical floodplain river. River Research and Applications., In Press.
Ecohydrological impacts of invasive grasses on tropical savanna in north Australia. In Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia. Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia. 09/2005. Brisbane. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:6750., 2005.
Ecosystem processes in tropical rivers: conceptual models and future R&D. RipRap: River and Riparian Lands Management Newsletter, 28, pp.13 - 14. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2029., 2005.
The effect of a wildfire on stream water quality and catchment water yield in a tropical savanna excluded from fire for 10 years (Kakadu National Park, North Australia). Water Research, 38(13), pp.3051 - 3058. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1488., 2004.
The effect of three fire regimes on stream water quality, water yield and export coefficients in a tropical savanna (northern Australia). Journal of Hydrology, 229(3-4), pp.118 - 137. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:383., 2000.
Effects of canopy cover and ground disturbance on establishment of an invasive grass in an Australia savanna. Biotropica, 37(1), pp.25 - 31. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1874., 2005.
Effects of mission grass (Pennisetum polystachion L.Schult.) invasion on fuel loads and nitrogen availability in a northern Australia tropical savanna. In 14th Australian Weeds Conference. 14th Australian Weeds Conference. 09/2004. Wagga WaggaSydney NSW Australia: Weed Society of New South Wales, pp. 179 - 181. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1540., 2004.