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Beyond an energy deal: Impacts of the Sino-Australia uranium agreement. Energy Policy 36, 413 - 422 (2008).
Biodiversity conservation in tropical forest landscapes of Oceania. Biological Conservation 143, 2385-2394 (2010).
The belief index: An empirical measure for evaluating outcomes in Bayesian belief network modelling. Ecological Modelling 228, 123 - 129 (2012).
Biomass partitioning in Corymbia citriodora, Eucalyptus cloeziana and E. dunnii stock plants in response to temperature. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 25, (2013).
Body temperature and resistance to evaporative water loss in tropical Australian frogs. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology 150, 102 - 108 (2008).
A baseline study of the socio-economic conditions of people likely to be directly affected by the Bigrlyi uranium/vanadium project, NT. A private consultancy study for Environmental Earth Sciences (2009).
Bradshaw Social Impact Assessment Review and Baseline Community Study Report . Report prepared for the Commonwealth Department of Defence (Charles Darwin University, 2012).
Boats to Burn: Bajo fishing activity in the Australian Fishing Zone. Asia-Pacific Environment Monograph Series (ANU E Press, 2007). at <http://epress.anu.edu.au/boats_citation.html>
Boats to Burn: Bajo Fishing Activity in the Australian Fishing Zone. (ANU E Press, 2007). at <http://epress.anu.edu.au/boats_citation.html>
Boats to Burn: Bajo fishing activity in the Australian Fishing Zone. PhD thesis in Anthropology, (1999).
Belyuen Visioning and Planning Project: A rapid rural appraisal of the situation at Belyuen Community. 87 (Charles Darwin University and the Darwin Indigenous Coordinator Centre, 2007).
Beef, biodiversity and burning: modelling pastoral futures for the Northern Territory cattle industry. The 2009 ANZSEE Conference (The Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics, 2009). at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8748>
Beyond cattle: potential futures of the pastoral industry in the Northern Territory. Rangeland Journal 33, 181-194 (2011).
The best time of day to monitor and manipulate weaver ant colonies in biological control. Journal of Applied Entomology no-no (2011).
Bioecology of helopeltis pernicialis (heteroptera: miridae) with particular reference to the control efficiency by oecophylla smaragdina (hymenoptera: formicidae). International Cashew and Coconut Conference 170 - 174 (BioHybrids International Ltd, 1998). at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1132>
International Symposium on Tropical and Subtropical Fruits ( ) 1, 495 - 502 (ISHS, 2002).
Biological Control of Amblypelta spp (Hemiptera: Coreidae) using Oecophylla smaragdina (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) - progress, prospects and challenges. International Symposium on Tropical and Subtropical Fruits ( ) 495 - 502 (ISHS Commission Biotechnology, Education and management; Acta Horticulture, 2002). at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:627>
Breeding seasons of land birds in the Australian monsoonal tropics: diverse responses to a highly seasonal environment. Australian Biologist 12, 72 - 90 (1999).
Bio-monitoring using lead isotope ratios in seagrass and oysters. Marine Technology Society Journal: the international, interdisciplinary society devoted to ocean and marine engineering, science and policy 36, 52 - 54 (2002).
Bowers of the Great Bowerbird (Chlamydera nuchalis) remained unburned after fire: is this an adaptation to fire?. Journal of Ethology 28, 15-20 (2010).
Bio-economic Model to Support Breeding of Indigenous Chicken Kept in Different Production Systems. International Journal of Poultry Science 4, 827-839 (2005).
Branding can be justified in vital conservation research. Nature 439, 392 - 392 (2006).
Branding the seal branders: what does the research say about seal branding?. Australian Veterinary Journal 85, 482 - 484 (2007).
Biogeochemistry of Pb–Zn gossans, northwest Queensland, Australia: Implications for mineral exploration and mine site rehabilitation. Applied Geochemistry 23, 723-742 (2008).
Bark thickness determines fire resistance of selected tree species from fire-prone tropical savanna in north Australia. Plant Ecology 2057-2069 (2011).
Plant Pathogens and Plant Diseases ( ) 468 - 487 (Rockvale Publishers, 1997). at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:975>
Plant Pathogens and Plant Diseases ( ) 86 - 103 (Rockvale Publishers, 1997). at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:976>
Benefits or Losses from Clearing Trees to Develop Pastures in Central Queensland, Australia?. Agricultural Journal 1, 81-89 (2006).
Bi-directional reflectance of corals. International Journal of Remote Sensing 23, 389 - 394 (2002).
The Black Noddy breeding population at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef: 1985-1989. Corella 21, 58 - 64 (1997).
Book Review: J Hurley (1997) Organisation and Scientific Discovery. Chemistry in Australia 35, 635 (1999).
A Bayesian Belief Network Decision Support Tool for Watering Wetlands to Maximise Native Fish Outcomes. Wetlands 32, 277 - 287 (2012).
Birds of the Townsville Town Common. 2nd Edition. 200 (Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1988).
Booby Island. Corella 12, 69-71 (1988).
Building our Future: Approaches to normalising the economy of the Thamarrurr region. Report for Thamarrurr Regional Council (2005).
The behaviour patterns of the Dusky Moorhen Gallinula tenebrosa Gould (Aves: Rallidae). Australian Wildlife Research 5, 363-384 (1978).
in du Toit, J., Kock R. and Deutsch, J. (eds.) Can Rangelands be Wildlands?: Wildlife and Livestock in Semi-arid ecosystems. Blackwell Scientific, London 191-234 (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010).
in National Land and Water Resources Audit, Department of Primary Industries and Energy, Canberra 63-81 (Department of Primary Industries and Energy, 2003).
Birds of the Townsville Town Common. 200 (The Authors, 1983).
Birds in the vicinity of Edward River settlement. Sunbird 15, 23, 25, 40 (1985).
Birds of Port Phillip Bay. 90 (Ministry of Planning and Environment, 1986).
Black breasted Buzzard robbing Little Tern nests. Australian Bird Watcher 11, 64-65 (1985).
The basics of acidification: baseline variability of pH on Australian coral reefs. Marine Biology 157, 1849 - 1856 (2010).
Bamboo flowering patterns and Bambusa arnhemica. Bamboo Bulletin 4(3), 18-19 (2002).
Bird stencils in Arnhem Land do not provide evidence of climate change: response to Taçon et al. (2010). Antiquity Project Gallery http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/franklin327/, (2011).
Bamboo, fire and flood: consequences of disturbance for the vegetative growth of a clumping, clonal plant. Plant Ecology 208, 319-332 (2010).