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Book
Aslin, H. & Lockie, S., 2013. Engaged environmental citizenship First., Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press.
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Book Chapter
Aslin, H. & Lockie, S., 2013. Citizenship, engagement and the environment. In Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press.
Aslin, H., Collier, N. & Garnett, S.T., 2013. Community-based natural resource management and environmental assessment: finding a place for indigenous and non-indigenous communities. In in Lockie, S. and Aslin, H.J. (eds.) Engaged Environmental Citizenship, CDU Press, Darwin. in Lockie, S. and Aslin, H.J. (eds.) Engaged Environmental Citizenship, CDU Press, Darwin. pp. 53-73.
Aslin, H. & Blackstock, K., 2010. ‘Now I’m not an expert in anything’: Challenges in undertaking transdisciplinary inquiries across the social and biophysical sciences. In V. A. Brown, Harris, J. A., & Russell, J. Y., eds. Tackling wicked problems. Through the transdisciplinary imagination. Tackling wicked problems. Through the transdisciplinary imagination. UK: Earthscan, pp. 117-129.
Ainsworth, G.B., Garnett, S.T. & Aslin, H., 2012. The Values of Wildlife Embodied in Protected Areas. In in Mokhtar, M. and Halim, S.A. (eds.) RIMBA2: Regional Sustainable Development in Malaysia and Australia, LESTARI, Bangi. in Mokhtar, M. and Halim, S.A. (eds.) RIMBA2: Regional Sustainable Development in Malaysia and Australia, LESTARI, Bangi. LESTARI: UKM. Malaysia. , pp. 62-69.
Conference Paper
Russell, W. et al., 2009. The case of formalized technology assessment in Australia: the TAS (Technology Assessment in Social Context) approach. In Asia-Pacific Science, Technology and Society Network Conference 2009, Our Lands, Our Waters, Our Peoples. Asia-Pacific Science, Technology and Society Network Conference 2009, Our Lands, Our Waters, Our Peoples. 24 November 2009. BrisbaneAustralia: Griffith University, Brisbane. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8560.
Ainsworth, G.B. et al., 2011. The Case of the Trumped-up Corella: How Do Human Values Bias Wildlife Conservation?. In Presented to the 25th International Congress of Conservation Biology, Auckland, New Zealand (5-9 Dec). Presented to the 25th International Congress of Conservation Biology, Auckland, New Zealand (5-9 Dec). 25th International Congress of Conservation Biology, Auckland, New Zealand (5-9 Dec).
Ainsworth, G.B. et al., 2010. Coins to Conservation: How do the Values of Avifauna to Australian Society Affect Conservation Outcomes?. In Presented to ESA 2010 Annual Conference, Canberra, 6-10 Dec. Presented to ESA 2010 Annual Conference, Canberra, 6-10 Dec. Canberra, 6-10 Dec.
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Ainsworth, G.B. et al., 2012. From attitudes to action: how understanding public values can increase the success of threatened bird conservation. In Presented to the 3rd European Congress of Conservation Biology, Glasgow, Scotland (28 Aug - 1 Sept). Presented to the 3rd European Congress of Conservation Biology, Glasgow, Scotland (28 Aug - 1 Sept). 3rd European Congress of Conservation Biology, Glasgow, Scotland (28 Aug - 1 Sept).
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Ainsworth, G.B. et al., 2012. From attitudes to action: how understanding public values can increase the success of threatened bird conservation. In Society for Conservation Biology - Oceania Regional Meeting (21-23 Sept). Society for Conservation Biology - Oceania Regional Meeting (21-23 Sept). Darwin, Australia.
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Aslin, H. & Russell, J.Y., 2009. Social impacts of 'The Big Dry': social evidence and reform of Australia's grought policy. In ISSRM 2009 15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Meet Old and New Worlds in Research, Planning and Management. ISSRM 2009 15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Meet Old and New Worlds in Research, Planning and Management. 5-8 July 2009. Vienna, AustriaAustria: University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8562.
Ainsworth, G.B. et al., 2012. A tale of two white-tails: Exploring the social values of Baudin's and Carnaby's Black-cockatoos. In Presented to Ecological Society of Australia - 2012 Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia (3-7 December) . Presented to Ecological Society of Australia - 2012 Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia (3-7 December) . 2012. Melbourne, Australia (3-7 December): Presented to Ecological Society of Australia, Melbourne, Australia (3-7 December) .
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Ainsworth, G.B. et al., 2010. Twitching for Values in the Human Domain: How do Australians Value Native Birds?. In Presented to AWMS conference, Torquay, 1-3 Dec. Presented to AWMS conference, Torquay, 1-3 Dec. Torquay, 1-3 Dec. Available at: http://www.onqconferences.com.au/events/awms10/.
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Ainsworth, G.B., Garnett, S.T. & Aslin, H., 2010. The values of wildlife embodied in protected areas. In Presented to RIMBA 2, the CDU-UKM-UNIMAS Regional Symposium and Workshop on Sustainable Natural Resource Management, Malaysia 12-14 Oct. Presented to RIMBA 2, the CDU-UKM-UNIMAS Regional Symposium and Workshop on Sustainable Natural Resource Management, Malaysia 12-14 Oct. Malaysia 12-14 Oct.
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Conference Proceedings
Aslin, H. et al., 2010. What's the value of a bird? Applying wildlife value typologies to Australian Birds. The Australian Sociological Association Conference.