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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Jackson, S., Tan, P. - L. & Nolan, S. Tools to enhance public participation and confidence in the development of the Howard East aquifer water plan, Northern Territory. Journal of Hydrology (2012). doi:
TRaCK key findings and synthesis & adoption projects. (2012).
Mooney, C., Baldwin, C., Tan, P. - L. & Mackenzie, J. Transparency and Trade-offs in Water Planning. Journal of Hydrology 474, 66-73 (2012).
Kennard, M. J. & Kimber, A. A tropical protection project. RipRap, Australian River Restoration Centre 52 (2012). at <>
Hermoso, V. & Kennard, M. J. Uncertainty in coarse conservation assessments hinders the efficient achievement of conservation goals. Biological Conservation 147, 52-59 (2012).
Hermoso, V., Ward, D. P. & Kennard, M. J. Using water residency time to enhance spatio-temporal connectivity for conservation planning in seasonally dynamic freshwater ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology 49, 1028-1035 (2012).
Woodward, E., Jackson, S., Finn, M. & McTaggart, P. Utilising Indigenous seasonal knowledge to understand aquatic resource use and inform water resource management in northern Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration 13, 58-64 (2012).
Mackenzie, J., Tan, P. - L., Hoverman, S. & Baldwin, C. The Value and Limitations of Participatory Action Research Methodology. Journal of Hydrology 474, 11-21 (2012).
Steward, A. L., Von Schiller, D., Tockner, K., Marshall, J. C. & Bunn, S. E. When the river runs dry: human and ecological values of dry riverbeds. Frontiers in the Ecology and the Environment 10, 202-209 (2012).
Shellberg, J. G. Alluvial gully erosion rates and processes across the Mitchell River fluvial megafan in northern Queensland, Australia. Griffith University, Australian Rivers Institute, School of Environment 251 (2011).
Pusey, B. J. Aquatic Biodiversity in Northern Australia: patterns, threats and future. (Charles Darwin University Press, 2011). at <>
Nikolakis, W. D. & Grafton, R. Q. Assessment of the potential costs and benefits of water trading across northern Australia. (Charles Darwin University, 2011).
AURICL - Synthesis Project Presentation. (2011).
AURICL Synthesis Project - Use Case Scenarios. (2011).
Pusey, B. J. A bibliography of material dealing with the aquatic biodiversity of northern Australia, threats and impacts, and management. (2011).
Burrows, D., Pusey, B. J., Perna, C. & Kennard, M. J. Bibliography of source material concerning freshwater fish distributions across northern Australia. (2011).
Olden, J. D., Kennard, M. J., Poff, N. L. & Lawler, J. J. Challenges and Opportunities in Implementing Managed Relocation for Conservation of Freshwater Species. Conservation Biology 25, 40-47 (2011).
Morrongiello, J. R. et al. Climate change and its implications for Australia’s freshwater fish. Marine and Freshwater Research 62, 1082-1098 (2011).
Community Field Guide - Indigenous Involvement in Water Planning - Synthesis Project. (2011).
Jardine, T. et al. Contribution of floodplain-derived organic matter to the diet of barramundi and other consumers in a northern Australian river, Australian Society for Limnology Annual Symposium, Brisbane, Australia (2011). (2011). at <>
Decision Support Tools - Synthesis Project Presentation. (2011).
Concu, N. Developing an effective conservation and sustainable use economy: two Arnhem Land case studies. (Charles Darwin University, 2011).
Digital Atlas - Synthesis Project Presentation. TRaCK, Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge (2011).
Environmental flows - Synthesis Project Presentation. (2011).
Straton, A., Jackson, S., Marinoni, O., Proctor, W. & Woodward, E. Exploring and Evaluating Scenarios for a River Catchment in Northern Australia Using Scenario Development, Multi-criteria Analysis and a Deliberative Process as a Tool for Water Planning. Water Resources Management 25, 164 (2011).