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Book Chapter
Pusey, B.J. et al., 2011. Condition, impacts and threats to aquatic biodiversity. In B. J. Pusey, ed. 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.
Jackson, S. & Douglas, M.M., 2007. Indigenous management and the water resource sector. In M. K. Luckert et al., eds. Investing in Indigenous Natural Resource Management. Investing in Indigenous Natural Resource Management. 01/01/07. Darwin: CDU Press, pp. 53 - 61. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2704.
Jardine, T.D. et al., 2011. Natural processes supporting biodiversity in tropical rivers of northern Australia. In B. J. Pusey, ed. Aquatic Biodiversity in Northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. Aquatic Biodiversity in Northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press, pp. 23-35.
Douglas, M.M. et al., 2011. Northern futures: threats and opportunities for freshwater ecosystems. In Aquatic biodiversity in northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. Aquatic biodiversity in northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. Darwin: Charles Darwin University.
Douglas, M.M., Townsend, S.A. & Lake, P., 2003. Streams. In A. Andersen, Cook, G. D., & Williams, R. J., eds. Fire in Tropical Savannas: The Kapalga Experiment. Fire in Tropical Savannas: The Kapalga Experiment. 01/01/03. New York: Springer Publishing Company, pp. 59 - 78. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1404.
Setterfield, S.A. et al., 2013. Weeds of Protected Areas: Floodplain weeds in Australia’s Kakadu National Park. In Plant invasions in protected areas: patterns, problems and challenges. Plant invasions in protected areas: patterns, problems and challenges. Springer.
Conference Paper
Ferdinands, K. et al., 2006. Africanising the tropical woodlands: Canopy loss and tree death following gamba grass Andropogon gayanus invasion. In B. M. Sindel & Johnson, S. B., eds. 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.
Douglas, M.M. et al., 2006. Different weeds, different habitats, same effects: exotic grass invasion in tropical woodlands and wetlands. In C. Preston, Watts, J. H., & Crossman, N. D., eds. 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.
Hutley, L.B. et al., 2005. 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.
Douglas, M.M. et al., 2004. Effects of mission grass (Pennisetum polystachion L.Schult.) invasion on fuel loads and nitrogen availability in a northern Australia tropical savanna. In B. M. Sindel & Johnson, S. B., eds. 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.
Douglas, M.M. & O'Connor, R.A., 2004. Effects of para grass (Urochloa mutica (Forssk.) T.Q.Nguyen) invasion on terrestrial invertebrates of a tropical floodplain. In B. M. Sindel & Johnson, S. B., eds. 14th Australian Weeds Conference. 14th Australian Weeds Conference. 09/2004. Wagga WaggaSydney, NSW, Australia: Weed Society of New South Wales, pp. 153 - 156. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1599.
Barratt, J.L. et al., 2004. Examining the impact of control over time on the seed bank of Mimosa pigra on Top End, Australia floodplains. In M. Julien et al., eds. 3rd International Symposium on the Management of Mimosa pigra. 3rd International Symposium on the Management of Mimosa pigra. 09/2004. DarwinCanberra, ACT, Australia: CSIRO Publishing, pp. 149 - 153. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1601.
Rossiter-Rachor, N.Ann et al., 2004. Exotic grass invasion in the tropical savannas of northern Australia: Ecosystem consequences. In B. M. Sindel & Johnson, S. B., eds. 14th Australian Weeds Conference. 14th Australian Weeds Conference. 09/2004. Wagga WaggaSydney: Weed Society of New South Wales, pp. 168 - 171. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1598.
Rossiter-Rachor, N.Ann et al., 2006. The impact of exotic grass invasions on nitrogen cycling: a mini-review. In C. Preston, Watts, J. H., & Crossman, N. D., eds. 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 09/2006. AdelaideAustralia: Weed Management Society of South Australia, pp. 815 - 818. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2311.
Setterfield, S.A. et al., 2014. The impacts of Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) invasion on the fire danger index and fire management at a landscape scale. In Nineteenth Australasian Weeds Conference. Nineteenth Australasian Weeds Conference. 09/2014. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
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Douglas, M.M. & Setterfield, S.A., 2005. Impacts of exotic tropical grasses: Lessons from gamba grass in the Northern Territory. In W. Vogler, ed. 8th Queensland Weed Symposium. 8th Queensland Weed Symposium. 19-22 June 2005. TownsvilleBrisbane, Australia: Queensland Weeds Society, pp. 69 - 73. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2053.
SCOTT, K.E.N.N.E.T.H. et al., 2007. Influence of fire on the emergence of Sarga intrans seedlings in a north Australian tropical savanna. In Proceedings of the 4th International Wildland Fire Conference. Proceedings of the 4th International Wildland Fire Conference. 13 -17 May, 2007. Sevilla, SpainBarcelona, Spain: Spanish Ministry of Environment, Madrid and Junta de Andalucia, Seville, pp. 200 - 212. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:6668.
McMaster, D. et al., 2014. Para grass management and costing trial within Kakadu National Park. In Nineteenth Australasian Weeds Conference. Nineteenth Australasian Weeds Conference. 09/2014. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
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Dixon, I. et al., 2005. A rapid method for assessing the condition of Riparian zones in the wet/dry tropics of Northern Australia. In I. D. Rutherford et al., eds. 4th Australian Stream Management Conference. 4th Australian Stream Management Conference. 19-22 October, 2005. LauncestonHobart, Tasmania: Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, pp. 173 - 178. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1800.
Setterfield, S.A. et al., 2006. Reproductive phenology of Pennisetum pedicellatum. In C. Preston, Watts, J. H., & Crossman, N. D., eds. 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. 09/2006. AdelaideAdelaide, SA, Australia: Weed Management Society of South Australia, pp. 272 - 274. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2314.
Townsend, S.A. et al., 2005. The response of stream macro-invertebrate communities to catchment clearing and riparian condition in the Darwin region (Tropical Australia). In I. D. Rutherford et al., eds. 4th Australian Stream Management Conference. 4th Australian Stream Management Conference. 10/2004. LauncestonHobart, Tasmania: Dept of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, pp. 618 - 622. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1801.

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