TRaCK: Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge

Science and knowledge that governments, communities, industries for sustainable use of Australia's tropical rivers and estuaries

TRaCK Bibliographic Registry

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2013
Burford, M. A., Valdez, D., Curwen, G., Ward, D. P. & O'Brien, K. The hidden contribution of saltflats to coastal productivity, Australian Marine Science Association Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland - July 2013. (2013).
Shellberg, J. G., Brooks, A. P., Spencer, J. & Ward, D. The hydrogeomorphic influences on alluvial gully erosion along the Mitchell River fluvial megafan. Hydrological Processes 27, 1086-1184 (2013).
Warfe, D. M. et al. Hydrological connectivity structures concordant plant and animal assemblages according to niche rather than dispersal processes. Freshwater Biology 58, 292-305 (2013).
Jackson, S., Douglas, M., Golson, K. & Morrison, J. Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program: A review of policies, strategies and research activities. (2013).
Stoeckl, N. et al. An integrated assessment of financial, hydrological, ecological and social impacts of ‘development’ on Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in northern Australia. Biological Conservation 159, 214-221 (2013).
Liedloff, A. C., Woodward, E. L., Harrington, G. A. & Jackson, S. Integrating indigenous ecological and scientific hydro-geological knowledge using a Bayesian Network in the context of water resource development. Journal of Hydrology 499, 177-187 (2013).
Stoeckl, N. et al. An investigation into some of the distributional and consumptive water demand consequences of development in two Northern Australian catchments. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies (forthcoming) (2013).
Michael Douglas speaks to ABC journalist Julia Christensen about harvesting floodwater. (2013). at <https://soundcloud.com/track-14/abc-breakfast-michael-douglas-291013>
Sternberg, D. & Kennard, M. J. Phylogenetic effects on functional traits and life history strategies of Australian freshwater fish. Ecography 36, (2013).
Hermoso, V., Ward, D. P. & Kennard, M. J. Prioritizing refugia for freshwater biodiversity conservation in highly seasonal ecosystems. Diversity and Distributions 19, 1031-1042 (2013).
Warfe, D. M. et al. Productivity, Disturbance and Ecosystem Size Have No Influence on Food Chain Length in Seasonally Connected Rivers. PLOS ONE 8, (2013).
Jackson, S. & Barber, M. Recognition of indigenous water values in Australia's Northern Territory: current progress and ongoing challenges for social justice in water planning. Planning Theory & Practice (2013). doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14649357.2013.845684
Shellberg, J. G., Brooks, A. P. & Rose, C. W. Sediment production and yield from an alluvial gully in northern Queensland, Australia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Early View, (2013).
Larson, S., Stoeckl, N. & Blanco-Martin, B. On the use of socioeconomic typologies for improved integrated management of data-poor regions: explorations from the Australian north. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management (2013). doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14486563.2012.763145
Larson, S. & Stoeckl, N. On the use of socioeconomic typologies for improved integrated management of data-poor regions: explorations from the Australian north. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management (2013). doi:10.1080/14486563.2012.763145
Larson, S., Stoeckl, N., Neil, B. & Welters, R. Using resident perceptions of values associated with the Australian Tropical Rivers to identify policy and management priorities. Ecological Economics 94, 9-18 (2013).
Woodward, E. Walmajarri Seasonal Calendar. (2013).

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