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Abdullah, A. N. Priorities in climate change issues. Financial Express 18, (2010).
Abdullah, A. N. Cyclone Aila and environmental refugee. Financial Express 18, (2010).
Adams, V. M., Pressey, R. L. & Naidoo, R. Opportunity costs: who really pays for conservation. Biological Conservation 143, 439–448 (2010).
Adams, V. M., Game, E. T. & Bode, M. Delivering on conservation promises: the challenges of managing and measuring conservation outcomes. Environmental Research Letters 9, 085002 (2014).
Adams, V. M. & Moon, K. Security and equity of conservation covenants: Contradictions of private protected area policies in Australia. Land Use Policy 30, 114 - 119 (2013).
Adams, V. M. et al. Planning across freshwater and terrestrial realms: cobenefits and tradeoffs between conservation actions. Conservation Letters DOI: 10.1111/conl.12080, (2014).
Adams, V. M. & Setterfield, S. A. Estimating the financial risks of Andropogon gayanus to greenhouse gas abatement projects in northern Australia. Environmental Research Letters 8, 025018 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/2/025018 (2013).
Adams, V. M. & Pressey, R. L. An info-gap model to examine the robustness of cost-efficient budget allocations. ICVRAM 2011: 1st international conference on vulnerability and risk assessment and management 971-979 (2011).
Adams, V. M., Pressey, R. L. & Stoeckl, N. Estimating landholders' probability of participating in a stewardship program, and the implications for spatial conservation priorities. PLoS ONE 9, (2014).
Adams, V. M. & Setterfield, S. A. Spatial Prioritisation for management of gamba grass (Andropogon gayanus) invasions: accounting for social, economic and environmental values. 18th Australasian Weeds Conference 49-52 (2012).
Adams, V. M. & Pressey, R. L. Uncertainties around the Implementation of a Clearing-Control Policy in a Unique Catchment in Northern Australia: Exploring Equity Issues and Balancing Competing Objectives. PLoS ONE 9, (2014).
Adams, V. M., Segan, D. B. & Pressey, R. L. How much does it cost to expand a protected area system? Some critical determining factors and ranges of costs for Queensland. PLoS ONE 6, e25447. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0025447 (2011).
Adams, V. M., Mills, M., Jupiter, S. D. & Pressey, R. L. Improving social acceptability of marine protected area networks: a method for estimating opportunity costs to multiple gear types in both fished and currently unfished areas. Biological Conservation 144, 350–361 (2011).
Adams, V. M., Pressey, R. L. & Stoeckl, N. Estimating land and conservation management costs: the first step in designing a stewardship program for the Northern Territory. Biological Conservation 148, 44–53 (2012).
Adie, H., Rushworth, I. & Lawes, M. J. Pervasive, long-lasting impact of historical logging on composition, diversity and above ground carbon stocks in Afrotemperate forest. Forest Ecology and Management 310, 887 - 895 (2013).
Adie, H. & Lawes, M. J. Explaining conifer dominance in Afrotemperate forests: Shade tolerance favours Podocarpus latifolius over angiosperm species. Forest Ecology and Management 259, 176 - 186 (2009).
Adie, H. & Lawes, M. J. Role reversal in the stand dynamics of an angiosperm–conifer forest: Colonising angiosperms precede a shade-tolerant conifer in Afrotemperate forest. Forest Ecology and Management 258, 159 - 168 (2009).
Adie, H., Richert, S., Kirkman, K. & Lawes, M. J. The heat is on: frequent high intensity fire in bracken (Pteridium aquilinum) drives mortality of the sprouting tree Protea caffra in temperate grasslands. Plant Ecology 212, 2013-2022 (2011).
Adkins, S. W., Bellairs, S. M. & Loch, D. S. Seed dormancy mechanisms in warm season grass species. Euphytica 126, 13-20 (2002).
Ahammad, R. Furthering institutional strength of local government for climate change adaptation in Bangladesh. Climate Change and Extreme Cyclones: Regional Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction and Emergency Response in a Rapidly Changing World, Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre and Bangladesh Disaster Preparedness Centre (2010). at <>
Ahammad, R., Hossain, K. M. & Husnain, P. Governance of Forest Conservation and Co-benefits for Bangladesh under Changing Climate. Journal of Forestry Research 25, 29-36 (2014).
Ahammad, R., Nandy, P. & Husnain, P. Unlocking Ecosystem Based Adaptation Opportunities in Coastal Bangladesh. Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management 17, 833–840 (2013).
Ahammad, R., Nandy, P. & Husnain, P. Adaptation to Transformation of Coastal Ecosystem in Changing Climate: Theory to Practical Experience. International Conference on ‘Transformation in a Changing Climate’ (2013).
Ahammad, R. Constraints of Pro-poor Climate Change Adaptation in Chittagong city. Environment and Urbanization 23, 503-515 (2011).
Ahmad, W., Hill, G. J. E., O'Grady, A. P. & Menges, C. H. Use of multi-spectral scanner data for the identification and mapping of tropical forests of northern Australia. Asian-Pacific Remote Sensing and GIS Journal 11, 13 - 23 (1998).
Ahmad, W., Menges, C. H. & Hill, G. J. E. The application of remotely sensed data for monitoring reef zonation changes in northern Australia. 4th North Australian Remote Sensing and GIS (NARGIS) Conference 41 (Neoline Imaging, 1999). at <>
Ahmad, W. & Hill, G. J. E. Use of varied resolution remotely sensed data for the management of tropical savannas, north Australian case study. South East Asia Natural Resources and Environmental Management Conference (University of Malaysia, 2002). at <>
Ahmad, W. & Hill, G. J. E. Potential of Remote Sensing Data for Identifying Trochus Re-seeding Sites. Trochus: Status, Hatchery Practice and Nutrition Workshop 178 - 185 (Aust. Ctr for International Agricultural Reseach, 1997). at <>
Ahmed, N., Zander, K. K. & Garnett, S. T. Socioeconomic aspects of rice-fish farming in Bangladesh: opportunities, challenges and production efficiency*. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 55, 199 - 219 (2011).
Ahmed, N. & Garnett, S. T. Sustainability of Freshwater Prawn Farming in Rice Fields in Southwest Bangladesh. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 34, 659-679 (2010).
Ahmed, N., Muir, J. F. & Garnett, S. T. Bangladesh needs a 'Blue-Green Revolution' to achieve a green economy. AMBIO: A journal of the Human Environment 41, 211-215 (2012).
Ahmed, N. & Garnett, S. T. Integrated rice-fish farming in Bangladesh: meeting the challenges of food security. Food Security 3, 81 - 92 (2011).
Ahmed, N., Muir, J. & Garnett, S. T. Bangladesh Needs a “Blue–Green Revolution” to Achieve a Green Economy. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 1-5 (2011).
Ainsworth, G. B. Scrubfowl Shenanigans. Nature Territory: Newsletter of the Northern Territory Field Naturalists Club October, (2012).
Ainsworth, G. B. & Garnett, S. T. RIMBA: Sustainable forest livelihoods in Malaysia and Australia. (LESTARI: UKM, Malaysia., 2009).
Ainsworth, G. B., Aslin, H., Garnett, S. T. & Weston, M. The Case of the Trumped-up Corella: How Do Human Values Bias Wildlife Conservation?. Presented to the 25th International Congress of Conservation Biology, Auckland, New Zealand (5-9 Dec) (2011).
Ainsworth, G. B., Aslin, H., Garnett, S. T. & Weston, M. Coins to Conservation: How do the Values of Avifauna to Australian Society Affect Conservation Outcomes?. Presented to ESA 2010 Annual Conference, Canberra, 6-10 Dec. (2010).
Ainsworth, G. B., Garnett, S. T. & Aslin, H. in Mokhtar, M. and Halim, S.A. (eds.) RIMBA2: Regional Sustainable Development in Malaysia and Australia, LESTARI, Bangi 62-69 (LESTARI: UKM. Malaysia. , 2012).
Ainsworth, G. B. Review of legislation and regulations relating to feral camel management. Presented to the Camel Science Conference, Desert Knowledge CRC, Canberra 8 Dec. (2008).
Ainsworth, G. B., Aslin, H., Garnett, S. T., Weston, M. & Zander, K. K. From attitudes to action: how understanding public values can increase the success of threatened bird conservation. Presented to the 3rd European Congress of Conservation Biology, Glasgow, Scotland (28 Aug - 1 Sept) (2012).
Ainsworth, G. B., Aslin, H., Garnett, S. T. & Weston, M. Twitching for Values in the Human Domain: How do Australians Value Native Birds?. Presented to AWMS conference, Torquay, 1-3 Dec. (2010). at <>
Ainsworth, G. B. Valuing birds: understanding the relationship between social values and the conservation of Australian threatened avifauna. Faculty of Engineering, Health, Science and the Environment PhD, 444 (2014).
Ainsworth, G. B. 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).
Ainsworth, G. B., Aslin, H., Garnett, S. T. & Weston, M. A tale of two white-tails: Exploring the social values of Baudin's and Carnaby's Black-cockatoos. Presented to Ecological Society of Australia - 2012 Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia (3-7 December) (Presented to Ecological Society of Australia, Melbourne, Australia (3-7 December) , 2012).
Ainsworth, G. B., Garnett, S. T. & Aslin, H. The values of wildlife embodied in protected areas. Presented to RIMBA 2, the CDU-UKM-UNIMAS Regional Symposium and Workshop on Sustainable Natural Resource Management, Malaysia 12-14 Oct. (2010).
Ainsworth, G. B., Aslin, H., Garnett, S. T., Weston, M. & Zander, K. K. From attitudes to action: how understanding public values can increase the success of threatened bird conservation. Society for Conservation Biology - Oceania Regional Meeting (21-23 Sept) (2012).
Ainsworth, G. B. Social Values of Australian Threatened Birds. Presented to the School for Environmental Research, CDU 25 May. (2010).
Alam, M. et al. Climate Change Adaptation Actions in Bangladesh, Disaster Risk Reduction 253-276 (Springer, 2013).
Albrecht, G., McMahon, C. R., Bowman, D. M. J. S. & Bradshaw, C. Convergence of Culture, Ecology, and Ethics: Management of Feral Swamp Buffalo in Northern Australia. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 22, 361 - 378 (2009).
Albrecht, G., Brooke, C., Bennett, D. & Garnett, S. T. The ethics of assisted colonization in the age of anthropogenic climate change. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics (2012). doi:doi 10.1007/s10806-012-9411-1