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Barriers Impacting on Livelihood Security and Resilience in a Small Scale Fishing Community in Eastern Indonesia. 12th International Coral Reef Symposium (2012).
Barriers Impacting on Livelihood Security and Resilience in a Small Scale Fishing Community in Eastern Indonesia. 6th World Fisheries Congress: Sustainable Fisheries in a Changing World (2012).
A Bayesian Belief Network Decision Support Tool for Watering Wetlands to Maximise Native Fish Outcomes. Wetlands 32, 277 - 287 (2012).
A behavioural ecology approach to understand volunteer surveying for citizen science datasets. Emu 112, 313 (2012).
The belief index: An empirical measure for evaluating outcomes in Bayesian belief network modelling. Ecological Modelling 228, 123 - 129 (2012).
Bioconcentration of metals by the tropical sponge, Spheciospongia vagabunda: synchrotron X-ray imaging reveals the micron-scale distribution of accumulated metals. Hydrobiologia (2012).doi:10.1007/s10750-011-0916-9
Bradshaw Social Impact Assessment Review and Baseline Community Study Report . Report prepared for the Commonwealth Department of Defence (Charles Darwin University: Darwin, 2012).
Bacteria and archaea as candidates for a rapid biological assay for metal-impacted coastal sediments. Envirotox Conference, Darwin (2011).
Bangladesh Needs a “Blue–Green Revolution” to Achieve a Green Economy. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 1-5 (2011).
Bark thickness determines fire resistance of selected tree species from fire-prone tropical savanna in north Australia. Plant Ecology 2057-2069 (2011).
The best time of day to monitor and manipulate weaver ant colonies in biological control. Journal of Applied Entomology no-no (2011).
Beyond cattle: potential futures of the pastoral industry in the Northern Territory. Rangeland Journal 33, 181-194 (2011).
'Bio-insecurities': managing demand for potentially invasive plants in the bioeconomy. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 3, 43-49 (2011).
A bird in the hand: Worth two in the bush?. Presented to the CDU Open Day 2011, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia (28 Aug) (2011).
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).
Butterfly counts at Casuarina Coastal Reserve in the seasonal tropics of northern Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist 23, 18-28 (2011).
Bamboo, fire and flood: consequences of disturbance for the vegetative growth of a clumping, clonal plant. Plant Ecology 208, 319-332 (2010).
Biodiversity Conservation in Australian Tropical Rangelands. Wild Rangelands: Conserving Wildlife While Maintaining Livestock in Semi-Arid Ecosystems 191-234 (2010).
Biodiversity conservation in tropical forest landscapes of Oceania. Biological Conservation 143, 2385-2394 (2010).
Black hands on the steering wheel. Ecological Society of Australia 2010 Annual Conference 6-10th December 2010 (2010).
Bowers of the Great Bowerbird (Chlamydera nuchalis) remained unburned after fire: is this an adaptation to fire?. Journal of Ethology 28, 15-20 (2010).
Bamboos in South-East Asia. Bamboo Bulletin 11(1), 29-31 (2009).
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).
Beef, biodiversity and burning: modelling pastoral futures for the Northern Territory cattle industry. The 2009 ANZSEE Conference (2009).at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8748>
Best Practice in the Design of Conservation and Development Initiatives. Linkages of Forest Protection, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction - Issues and Approaches in Vietnam 23 - 29 (2009).at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:8552>
Bio-optical variability of the absorption and scattering properties of the Queensland inshore and reef waters, Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, (2009).
Bio‐optical variability of the absorption and scattering properties of the Queensland inshore and reef waters, Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, (2009).
A butterfly intruder. Nature Territory November 2009, 4-5 (2009).
Bamboo travels in Indo-China. Bamboo Bulletin 10(1), 9-10 (2008).
Beyond an energy deal: Impacts of the Sino-Australia uranium agreement. Energy Policy 36, 413 - 422 (2008).
Biogeochemistry of Pb–Zn gossans, northwest Queensland, Australia: Implications for mineral exploration and mine site rehabilitation. Applied Geochemistry 23, 723-742 (2008).
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).
Burning following tree fall causes local elimination of annual sorghum. Northern Territory Naturalist 20, 41 - 46 (2008).
Behavioral inference of diving metabolic rate in free-ranging leatherback turtles. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80, 209 - 219 (2007).
Belyuen Visioning and Planning Project: A rapid rural appraisal of the situation at Belyuen Community. (Charles Darwin University and the Darwin Indigenous Coordinator Centre: Darwin, 2007).
Boats to Burn: Bajo fishing activity in the Australian Fishing Zone. Asia-Pacific Environment Monograph Series (ANU E Press: Canberra, 2007).at <http://epress.anu.edu.au/boats_citation.html>
Boats to Burn: Bajo Fishing Activity in the Australian Fishing Zone. (ANU E Press: Canberra, 2007).at <http://epress.anu.edu.au/boats_citation.html>
Branding the seal branders: what does the research say about seal branding?. Australian Veterinary Journal 85, 482 - 484 (2007).
Benefits or Losses from Clearing Trees to Develop Pastures in Central Queensland, Australia?. Agricultural Journal 1, 81-89 (2006).
Branding can be justified in vital conservation research. Nature 439, 392 - 392 (2006).
Burning for Biodiversity in the Top End. Australasian Plant Conservation 14, 3 - 3 (2006).
Bio-economic Model to Support Breeding of Indigenous Chicken Kept in Different Production Systems. International Journal of Poultry Science 4, 827-839 (2005).
Body sizes of consumers and their resources. Ecology 86, 2545-2545 (2005).
Book Review: The Birds of Groote Eylandt, by Noske and Brennan. Emu 104, 301 - 302 (2004).
Bamboo and the northern Australian connection. Flora Malesiana Bulletin 13, 275-277 (2003).
Bamboo, fire and flood: regeneration of Bambusa arnhemica (Bambuseae: Poaceae) after mass-flowering and die-off at contrasting sites in monsoonal northern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 51, 529 - 542 (2003).
Bamboo flowering patterns and Bambusa arnhemica. Bamboo Bulletin 4(3), 18-19 (2002).
Bi-directional reflectance of corals. International Journal of Remote Sensing 23, 389 - 394 (2002).