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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2012
Tan, P. - L., Bowmer, K. & Mackenzie, J. Deliberative Tools for Meeting the Challenges of Water Planning in Australia. Journal of Hydrology 474, 2-10 (2012).
Smyth, D. & Whitehead, P. Discussion Paper: Reflections on Researching and Developing Indigenous Livelihoods on Country. (Charles Darwin University, 2012).
Smith, J., Burford, M., Revill, A., Haese, R. & Fortune, J. Effect of nutrient loading on biogeochemical processes in tropical tidal creeks. Biogeochemistry 108, 359-380 (2012).
Burford, M. A., Revill, A. T., Smith, J. & Clementson, L. Effect of sewage nutrients on algal production, biomass and pigments in tropical tidal creeks. Marine Pollution Bulletin 64, 2671-2680 (2012).
Mackenzie, J. Facilitators' Guide to Indigenous Water Planning. (2012).
Mackenzie, J. Facilitators’ Guide to Indigenous Water Planning - Indigenous Water Planning and Engagement Overview. (Charles Darwin University, 2012).
Jardine, T. D. et al. Fish mediate high food web connectivity in the lower reaches of a tropical floodplain river. Oecologia 168, 829-838 (2012).
Olden, J. D., Kennard, M. J. & Pusey, B. J. A framework for hydrologic classification with a review of methodologies and applications in ecohydrology. Ecohydrology 5, 503-518 (2012).
Baldwin, C., Tan, P. - L., White, I., Hoverman, S. & Burry, K. How Scientific Knowledge Informs Community's Understanding of Groundwater. Journal of Hydrology 474, 74-83 (2012).
Woodward, E. Indigenous seasonal understanding in monsoon Australia: examples from the Northern Territory and Western Australia. 6th Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research Workshop (Australian Bureau of Meterology, CSIRO, 2012). at <http://www.cawcr.gov.au/publications/technicalreports/CTR_056.pdf>
Hermoso, V., Kennard, M. J. & Linke, S. Integrating multidirectional connectivity requirements in systematic conservation planning for freshwater systems. Diversity and Distributions 18, 448-458 (2012).
Jardine, T. D., Halliday, I. A., Howley, C., Sinnamon, V. & Bunn, S. E. Large scale surveys suggest limited mercury availability in tropical north Queensland (Australia). Science of the Total Environment 416, 385-393 (2012).
Pettit, N. E. et al. Leaf litter chemistry, decomposition and assimilation by macroinvertebrates in two tropical streams. Hydrobiologia 680, 63-77 (2012).
Linke, S. et al. Merging connectivity rules and large-scale condition assessment improves conservation adequacy in river systems. Journal of Applied Ecology 49, 1036-1045 (2012).
Hoverman, S. & Ayre, M. Methods and Approaches to support Indigenous water planning: An example from Tiwi Islands, Northern Territory, Australia. Journal of Hydrology 474, 47-56 (2012).
Townsend, S. et al. Monitoring river health in the wet-dry tropics: strategic considerations, community participation and indicators. (Griffith University, 2012).
Monitoring river health media interview. (2012). at <https://soundcloud.com/track-14/abc-country-hour-simon-townsend-river-health-monitoring-28911>
Close, P. Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets - Northern Territory. (2012).
Close, P. Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets - Queensland. (2012).
Close, P. G., Dobbs, R. & Davies, P. Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets - Summary Report. North Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets (2012).
Cossart, R. & Close, P. Northern Australia Aquatic Ecological Assets - Western Australia. (2012).
Jackson, S., Tan, P. - L., Mooney, C., Hoverman, S. & White, I. Principles and Guidelines for Good Practice in Indigenous Engagement in Water Planning. Journal of Hydrology 474, 57-65 (2012).
Hutley, L. B. et al. Quantifying interception associated with large-scale plantation forestry in the Northern Territory. (Charles Darwin University, 2012).
Stoeckl, N., Neil, B., Welters, R. & Larson, S. Resident perceptions of the relative importance of socio-cultural, biodiversity, and commercial values in Australia’s Tropical Rivers. (James Cook University, 2012).
Hunt, R. J., Jardine, T. D., Hamilton, S. K. & Bunn, S. E. Temporal and spatial variation in ecosystem metabolism and food web carbon transfer in a wet-dry tropical river. Freshwater Biology 57, 435-450 (2012).

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