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Staff research papers 1997-2002

The following scientific research papers were written by staff from National Parks and Wildlife Service between 1997 and 2002.

Adam, P, Auld, T, Benson, D, Catling, P, Dickman, C, Fleming, M, Gunning, R, Hutchings, P, Kemp, D and Shields, J (1997) The 10 lords of the universe respond to Lim. Pacific Conservation Biology 3:319-321.

Adam, P, Auld, T, Benson, D, Catling, P, Dickman, C, Fleming, M, Gunning, R, Hutchings, P, Kemp, D and Shields, J (1997) The NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act. Australian Planner 34:204-207.

Akcakaya, HR, Ferson, S, Burgman, MA, Keith, DA, Mace, GM and Todd, CR (2000) Making consistent IUCN classifications under uncertainty. Conservation Biology 14:1001-1013.

Auld, TD (1997) Role of soil seedbanks in revegetation, in SM Bellairs and JM Osbourne (eds) Proceedings of the Second Australian Workshop on Biology for Revegetation, pp 25-32. Australian Centre for Minesite Rehabilitation Research, Brisbane.

Auld, TD (1997) The ecology of the Fabaceae in the Sydney region: fire, ants and the soil seedbank. Cunninghamia 4(4):531-551.

Auld, TD (2001) The ecology of the Rutaceae in the Sydney region of south-eastern Australia: Poorly known ecology of a neglected family. Cunninghamia 7:213-239.

Auld, TD and Bradstock, RA (2000) Understanding the ecological impacts of fire regimes on plants and animals: a fire management tool, in Red trucks: Green Futures, proceedings of a conference on ecologically sustainable bush fire management, pp 48-54. Nature Conservation Council of New South Wales Inc.

Auld, TD and Denham, A (1999) The role of ants and mammals in dispersal and post-dispersal seed predation of the shrubs Grevillea (Proteaceae). Plant Ecology 144:201-213.

Auld, TD and Denham, AJ (2001) Flora conservation issues at Kinchega National Park, western NSW. Cunninghamia 7:27-41.

Auld, TD and Denham, AJ (2001) Predispersal seed predation in shrubs of Grevillea (Proteaceae) from south-eastern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 49:17-21.

Auld, TD and Denham, AJ (2001) The impact of seed predation by mammals on post-fire seed accumulation in the endangered shrub Grevillea caleyi (Proteaceae). Biological Conservation 97:377-385.

Auld, TD and Scott, J (1997) Conservation of endangered plants in urban fire-prone habitats, in Proceedings - Fire Effects on Rare and Endangered Species and Habitats Conference, pp 163-171. International Association of Wildland Fire, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho.

Auld, TD and Scott, J (2000) Implementation of recovery plan for Grevillea caleyi. Final Report March 2000. Environment Australia Endangered Species Project No 456.

Auld, TD and Tozer, MG (1999) How well do post-fire indicators provide insights into the degree of soil heating during the passage of fires?, in Proceedings of Bushfire 99, pp 25-32. Australian Bushfire Conference, Albury.

Auld, TD, Keith, DA and Bradstock, RA (2000) Patterns in longevity in soil seedbanks in the Sydney region of southeastern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 48:539-548.

Austin, MP, Cawsey, EM, Baker, BL, Yialeloglou, MM, Grice, DJ and Briggs, SV (2000) Predicted vegetation cover in the central Lachlan region. Report to the NPWS. CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology, Canberra.

Austin, MP, Cawsey, EM, Barry, SC, Grice, DJ, Yialeloglou, MM, Baker, BL and Briggs, SV (1999) Establishing Priorities for Conservation and Revegetation by Predicting Pre-1750 Vegetation. Report to the NPWS. CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology, Canberra.

Ayers, D, Melville, G, Bean, J, Beckers, D, Ellis, M, Mazzer, T and Freudenberger, D (2001) Woody weeds, biodiversity and landscape function in western New South Wales. WEST 2000. Dubbo.

Ayers, D, Melville, G, Szigethy-Gyula, J, Read, D, Rees, R and Atkinson, A (2001) Woody weeds and biodiversity in western New South Wales. WEST 2000. Dubbo.

Banens, RJ and Crabb, P (1997) Riverine Environment Forum, pp 63-68. Murray-Darling Basin Commission, Canberra.

Bell, SAJ (1998) Glenrock SRA and Awabakal NR Vegetation Survey, in Vol.1 Main Report. Report to the NPWS, Hunter District.

Bell, SAJ (1998) Glenrock SRA and Awabakal NR Vegetation Survey, in Vol.2 Community Profiles. Report to the NPWS, Hunter District.

Bradstock RA, Tozer MG and Keith DA (1997) Effects of high frequency fire on floristic composition and abundance in a fire-prone heathland near Sydney. Australian Journal of Botany 45:641-655.

Bradstock, RA (1999) 'Thresholds' for biodiversity: the NPWS approach to planning of fire management for conservation, in F Sutton, J Keats, J Dowling and C Doig (eds) Protecting the Environment, Land, Life and Property, Proceedings of the Bushfire Conference, pp 11-18. Nature Conservation Council of NSW.

Bradstock, RA and Bedward, M (1997) Mosaics, prescribed burning and extinction probability of plant species in coastal shrublands, in RJ Williams, BJ McKaine and WM Waggitt (eds) Bushfire '97, Proceedings of the Australian Bushfire Conference, pp 95-100. CSIRO, Darwin.

Bradstock, RA, Bedward, M and Cohn JS (1998) Weather, ignition and fuel as determinants of fire regimes: investigation of limits to management using a simple, spatial modelling approach. Proceedings of III International Conference on Forest Fire Research and 14th Conference on Forest Fire and Meteorology, Vol. 2, pp 2365-2378. Luso, Portugal.

Bradstock, RA, Bedward, M, Kenny, BJ and Scott, J (1998) Spatially-explicit simulation of the effect of prescribed burning on fire regimes and plant extinctions in shrublands typical of south-eastern Australia. Biological Conservation 86:83-95.

Bradstock, RA, Gill, AM, Kenny, B and Scott, J (1998) Bushfire risk at the urban interface derived from historical weather records: consequences for use of prescribed fire in the Sydney region of south-eastern Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 52:259-271.

Briggs, S (2002) Impacts of salinity on biodiversity — clear understanding or muddy confusion, in SJ Bennett and M Blacklow (eds) Prospects for Biodiversity and Rivers in Salinising Landscapes, pp. 20-29. CRC for Plant-Based Management of Dryland Salinity, Perth. www.biodiversityconference.albany.uwa.edu.au

Briggs, S and Taws, N (2003) Impacts of salinity on biodiversity — clear understanding or muddy confusion? Australian Journal of Botany, in press.

Briggs, S, Freudenberger, D, Seddon, J, Drew, A, Doyle, S, Ryan, P, Reid, J, Taws, N and Ozolins, A (2002) Optimising Conservation of On-Farm Woodlands. Report to the Natural Heritage Trust. NPWS and CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Canberra.

Briggs, S, Seddon, J and Doyle, S (2002) Surveys of Vegetation and Birds in the Warrengong Catchment, NSW. NPWS, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Canberra.

Briggs, S, Seddon, J and Doyle, S (2003) Birds in woodland remnants in the Central Lachlan Catchment: remnant characteristics and management guidelines. NPWS, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Canberra.

Briggs, S, Turbill, C, Seddon, J and Doyle, S (2002) Vegetation, habitat and birds in the Mid-Talbragar Catchment: indicators of biodiversity. NPWS, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Canberra.

Briggs, SV (1997) Small mammals in cropped and uncropped parts of dry lakes along the Darling Anabranch in south-western New South Wales, in P Hale and D Lamb (eds) Conservation Outside Nature Reserves, pp 343-347. University of Queensland Press, Brisbane.

Briggs, SV (1998) Communication and motivation - essential ingredients in working with landholders for wetland conservation. Natural Resource Management 1(2):9-12.

Briggs, SV (2001) Linking ecological scales and institutional frameworks for landscape rehabilitation. Ecological Management and Restoration 2:28-35.

Briggs, SV and Reid, R (1999) Declining bird species in the NSW wheat/sheep belt. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of Australia 29(2):14.

Briggs, SV and Thornton, SA (1999) Management of water regimes in river red gum Eucalyptus camaldulensis wetlands for waterbird breeding. Australian Zoologist 31:187-197.

Briggs, SV, Lawler, WG and Thornton, SA (1998) Relationships between control of water regimes in river red gum wetlands and abundance of waterbirds. Corella 22:47-55.

Briggs, SV, Seddon, JA and Thornton, SA (2000) Wildlife in a Dry Lake and Associated Habitats in Western New South Wales. Rangeland Journal 22:256-271.

Brook, BW, Lim, L, Harden, R and Frankham, R (1997) Does population viability analysis software predict the behaviour of real populations? A retrospective study of the Lord Howe Island woodhen Tricholimnas sylvestris (Slater). Biological Conservation 82:119-128.

Brook, BW, Lim, L, Harden, R and Frankham, R (1997) How secure is the Lord Howe Island woodhen? A population viability analysis using VORTEX. Pacific Conservation Biology 3:125-133.

Brown, DM, Hines, HB, Ferrier, S and McKay, K (eds) (2001) Establishment of a biological information base for regional conservation planning in north-east New South Wales. Phase 1 - 1991-1995. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Hurstville.

Burgman, MA, Keith, DA and Walshe, TV (1999) Uncertainty in comparative risk analysis for threatened Australian plant species. Risk Assessment 19:579-592.

Burgman, MA, Keith, DA, Rohlf, FJ and Todd, CR (1999) Probabilistic classification rules for setting conservation priorities. Biological Conservation 89:227-231.

Burgman, MA, Possingham, H, Lynch AJJ, Keith, DA, McCarthy, MA, Hopper, SD, Drury, W, Passioura, J and DeVries, RJ (2001) A decision support protocol for setting plant conservation targets. Conservation Biology 15:603-616.

Bushell R, Staiff, R and Conner, N (2001) The Contribution of Protected Areas to Quality of Life in Rural and Regional Communities: Investigating the Role of Nature-Based Tourism. Paper presented to the Australian Association for Social Research Annual Conference, Wollongong.

Byrne, D (1998) Deep nation: Australia's acquisition of an indigenous past. Aboriginal History 20:82-107.

Byrne, D (1998) The archaeology of disaster. Public History Review 5-6:17-29.

Byrne, D (2000) Aboriginal graves in the post-invasion period in NSW, in S Kleinert and M Neal (eds) The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture, pp 595-596. Oxford University Press, Melbourne.

Byrne, D (2002) An archaeology of attachment, in R Harrison and C Williamson (eds), After Captain Cook: the archaeology of the recent Indigenous past in Australia, pp 135-136. Sydney University Archaeological Methods Series 8, Sydney.

Byrne, D (2003) Nervous landscapes: race and space in Australia, Journal of Social Archaeology 3(2): 169-193.

Byrne, D (2003) The ethos of return: erasure and reinstatement of Aboriginal visibility in the Australian historical landscape, Historical Archaeology 37(1): 73-86.

Byrne, D, (1998) Review of Colonialism's Culture: Anthropology, Travel and Government by Nicholas Thomas. Aboriginal History 20:219-221.

Catchpole, W, Bradstock, RA, Choate, J, Fogarty, L, Gellie, N, McCarthy, G, McCaw, L, Marsden J and Pearce, G (1998) Co-operative development of equations for heathland fire behaviour. Proceedings of III International Conference on Forest Fire Research and 14th Conference on Forest Fire and Meteorology, Vol. 1, pp 631-645. Luso, Portugal.

Christiansen, G and Conner, N (eds) (2000) The Contribution of Warrumbungle National Park to Regional Economic Development. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney.

Christiansen, G and Conner, N (eds) (2001) The Contribution of Sturt, Kinchega and Mutawintji National Parks to Regional Economic Development. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney.

Claridge, AW (1997) Truffle junkies. Nature Australia Autumn:49-55.

Claridge, AW (1998) Use of tracks and trails by feral predators: an important consideration in the study of native ground-dwelling mammals. Victorian Naturalist 115:88-93.

Claridge, AW and Lindenmayer, DB (1998) Consumption of hypogeous fungi by the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus caninus) in eastern Australia. Mycological Research 102:269-272.

Claridge, AW, Trappe, JM, Barry, SC and Cork, SJ (1999) Patterns in the distribution of hypogeous fungi in south-eastern mainland Australia: factors influencing the occurrence and number of taxa. Proceedings of the Vth International Congress Science and Cultivation of Truffle and Other Edible Mushrooms. Aix-En-Provence, France.

Claridge, AW, Trappe, JM, Cork, SJ and Claridge, DL (1999) Mycophagy by small mammals in the coniferous forests of North America: nutritional value of sporocarps of Rhizopogon vinicolor, a common hypogeous fungus. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 169:172-178.

Cohn JS and Bradstock, RA (1997) Effects of fire and grazing on selected mallee understorey species, in RJ Williams, BJ McKaine and WM Waggitt (eds) Bushfire '97, Proceedings of the Australian Bushfire Conference, pp 109-114. CSIRO, Darwin.

Cohn, JS and Bradstock, RA (2000) Factors affecting post-fire seedling establishment of selected mallee understorey species. Australian Journal of Botany 48:59-70.

Coker, C, McKinney, F, Hays H, Briggs, S and Cheng, K (2002) Intromittent organ morphology and testis size in relation to mating system in waterfowl. Auk 119, 413-403.

Conroy, RJ (1997) A clearer vision: smoke management in the Sydney region. Presentation to the 1997 Fire Control Officers Conference 'Our Service Our Future' at Coffs Harbour.

Conroy, RJ (1998) A study of bushfire management in North America: with a special focus on bushfire planning, smoke management and performance management. Report to the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust of Australia.

Conroy, RJ and Harden, R (1997) Horses for courses? Recreational horse riding in New South Wales national parks, Australia. Proceedings from Tread Lightly On the World Conference. Coffs Harbour.

Cousins, K, Johnston, SW and Field, JB (1998) Alpine soils in two catchments, Perisher Valley: changes in organic horizon structure since European settlement. Proceedings 9th International Meeting of the International Humic Substances Society, p 67. Adelaide.

Cowling, RM and Pressey, RL (2001) Rapid plant diversification: planning for an evolutionary future. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98:5452-5457.

Cowling, RM, Pressey, RL, Lombard, AT, Desmet, PG and Ellis, AG (1999) From representation to persistence: requirements for a sustainable reserve system in the species-rich Mediterranean-climate deserts of southern Africa. Diversity and Distributions 5:51-71.

Cowling, RM, Pressey, RL, Lombard, AT, Heijnis, CE, Richardson, DM and Cole, N (1999) Framework for a conservation plan for the Cape Floristic Region. Report to World Wide Fund, South Africa. University of Cape Town Institute for Plant Conservation Report No. 9902.

Curtin, A, Lunney, D and Matthews, A (2002 ) A survey of a low-density koala population in a major reserve system, near Sydney, NSW. Australian Mammalogy 23: 135-144.

Denham, A and Auld, TD (1999) The timing of post-fire recruitment and the nature of seed dispersal and predation in resprouting plants whose flowering is linked to fire. Proceedings of 'Bushfire 99' Australian Bushfire Conference, pp 97-103. Albury.

Denham, AJ and Auld, TD (2002) Flowering, seed dispersal, seed predation and seedling recruitment in two pyrogenic flowering resprouters. Australian Journal of Botany 50:545-557.

Desmet, PG, Barrett, T, Cowling, RM, Ellis, AG, Heijnis, C, le Roux, A, Lombard, AT and Pressey, RL (1999) A systematic plan for a protected area system in the Knersvlakte region of Namaqualand. Report to World Wide Fund, South Africa. University of Cape Town Institute for Plant Conservation Report No. 9901.

Dickman, C and Fleming, M (2002) Pest, or Passenger Pigeon? The New South Wales Scientific Committee's assessment of the status of the grey-headed flying-fox, in P Eby and D Lunney (eds) Managing the grey-headed flying-fox as a threatened species in NSW, pp 20-28. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman.

Dickman, CR and Lunney, D (2001) Last howl of the dingo: the legislative, ecological and practical issues arising from the kill-or-conserve dilemma, in CR Dickman and D Lunney A Symposium on the Dingo, pp 95-107. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney.

Dickman, CR and Lunney, D (eds) (2001) A Symposium on the Dingo. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney.

Dickman, CR, Lunney, D and Matthews, A (2000) Ecological attributes and conservation of native rodents in New South Wales. Wildlife Research 27:347-355.

Dickman, CR, Lunney, D and Matthews, A (2001) Ecological attributes and conservation of dasyurid marsupials in New South Wales, Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology 7:124-133.

Dickman, CR, Whish, GL and Pressey, RL (2002) Mammals of particular conservation concern in the Western Division of New South Wales: distributions, habitats and threats (NPWS Occasional Paper No. 22). NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney.

Dorfman, E and Kingsford, RT (2001) Movements of cormorants in arid Australia. Journal of Arid Environments 49:677-694.

Dorfman, EJ, Kingsford, RT and Porter, J (2002) Use of natural and artificial wetlands by Australian waterbirds: implications for population growth and management. Verh Internat. Verein. Limnol 28:687-691.

Drew, S, Briggs, S and Freudenberger, D (2002) The role of travelling stock routes and other linear remnant vegetation for the conservation of woodland birds in the sheep/wheat zone of central NSW. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Canberra.

Eby, P and Lunney, D (2002) Managing the grey-headed flying-fox as a threatened species: a context for the debate, in Managing the grey-headed flying-fox as a threatened species in NSW, P Eby and D Lunney (eds), pp 1-15. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman.

Eby, P and Lunney, D (eds) (2002) Managing the grey-headed flying-fox as a threatened species in NSW, pp 1- 284. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman.

English, A and Veale, S (1998) Conserving peoples' places and pasts: Working with communities in New South Wales parks. Paper presented to 1998 Advisory Committee Conference, 23-24 May 1998.

English, AJ (1997) Monitoring Aboriginal sites in New South Wales parks. Ranger Journal 40:25-26.

English, AJ (1997) Terrestrial hunting and gathering by Aboriginal people in New South Wales: An assessment of law and policy. Environmental and Planning Law Journal 14(6):437-455.

English, AJ (1998) Joint management of protected areas in New South Wales: Implications for park and cultural heritage management, in Proceedings of the Celebrating the Parks Symposium. Mount Buffalo National Park, Victoria.

English, AJ (2000) An Emu in the Hole: Exploring the Link Between Biodiversity and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage in NSW, Australia. IUCN Parks Journal 10(2):13-25.

English, AJ (2000) This Continent of Smoke: Analysing the Relationship Between Fire Management and Aboriginal Heritage in NSW, in Proceedings of the Red Trucks, Green Futures Conference, pp 55-65. Nature Conservation Council, Sydney.

English, AJ (2002) More than archaeology: developing comprehensive approaches to Aboriginal heritage management in NSW. Australian Journal of Environmental Management, 9(4):.218-227.

English, AJ and Brown, I (2001) Biodiversity, Environmental Health and Aboriginal People: Challenges for the NSW Planning System, in Proceedings of the 'I Have a Cunning Plan Conference', Sydney. NSW Environmental Defender's Office, Sydney.

Evans, T (2001) The American Way: Are there lessons for us? National Parks Association Journal 45(1).

Evans, T (2001) The Landsdowne Volcanics: New Reserves on the Comboyne and Lansdowne Escarpments. National Parks Association Journal 45(1).

Ferrier, S, Pressey, RL and Barrett, TW (2000) A new predictor of the irreplaceability of areas for achieving a conservation goal, its application to real-world planning, and a research agenda for further refinement. Biological Conservation 93:303-325.

Flemons, P (1998) Monitoring Vegetation Change in NSW: a pilot project (NPWS Occasional Paper No. 30). NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney.

Frazier, P, Page, K, Louis, J, Briggs, S and Robertson, A (2003) Relating wetland inundation to river flow using Landsat TM data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 24:1-16.

Gibbons, P and Boak, M (2001) The importance of paddock trees for regional conservation in agricultural landscapes. A discussion paper for consideration by the Riverina Highlands Regional Vegetation Committee. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Queanbeyan. Download this paper (PDF - 469KB)

Gibbons, P and Boak, M (2002) The last bastions in agricultural landscapes. Woodland Wanderings 2(1):6-7.

Gibbons, P and Lindenmayer, DB (2002) Tree hollows and wildlife conservation in Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Gibbons, P and Lindenmayer, DB (2003) Respecting our forest veterans. Nature Australia 27(9):27-33.

Gibbons, P, Briggs, S and Shields, J (2001) How many credits is your property worth? Australian Landcare December 2001:20-21.

Gibbons, P, Briggs, SV and Shields, JM (2002) Are economic instruments the saviour for biodiversity on private land? Pacific Conservation Biology 4:223-229.

Gibbons, P, Lindenmayer, DB, Barry, SC and Tanton, MT (2000) Hollow formation in eucalypts from temperate forests in south-eastern Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology 6:218-228.

Gibbons, P, Lindenmayer, DB, Barry, SC and Tanton, MT (2000) The effects of slash burning on the mortality and collapse of trees retained on logged sites in south-eastern Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 139:51-61.

Gibbons, P, Lindenmayer, DB, Barry, SC and Tanton, MT (2002) Hollow selection by vertebrate fauna in forests of south-eastern Australia and implications for forest management. Biological Conservation 103:1-12.

Gill, AM and Bradstock, RA (2000) Prescribed burning: Patterns and Strategies, in Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology, October 1996, Lorne, Victoria, Australia. International Association of Wildland Fire, Washington.

Gillieson, D and Spate, A (1998) Karst and Caves in Australia and New Guinea, in Yuan Daoxian and Liu Zaihua (eds) Global Karst Correlation, pp 229-256. Science Press, Beijing PRC and VSP Press, Utrecht NL.

Gojak, D (1998) An historical and archaeological overview of the whaling industry in New South Wales and Norfolk Island, in S Lawrence and M Staniforth (eds) The Archaeology of Whaling in Southern Australia and New Zealand, pp 11-20. ASHA/AIMA Special Publication No. 10.

Good RB (1998) The impacts of snow regimes on the distribution of alpine vegetation, in K Green (ed) Snow: a natural history; an uncertain future, pp 98-112. Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Canberra/Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney.

Good, RB (1998) Changes in fire regimes and extent of fires in Australia and their contribution to atmospheric pollutants. Paper presented to the International Workshop on Global Change Research (Biomass Burning and Global Warming), Wengen, Switzerland. University of Fribourg and European Network for Development of Advanced Models to Interpret Optical Remote Sensing (ENAMORS).

Good, RB (1999) Forest Reserves, Parks and Wilderness: An Australian perspective, in J Evans (ed) The Forests Handbook, Vol. 2. United Kingdom Forestry Farnham Surrey, Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford.

Green, K (1998) A winter niche: the subnivean space, in K Green (ed) Snow: a natural history; an uncertain future, pp 125-140. Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Canberra/Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney.

Green, K (ed) (1998) Snow: a natural history; an uncertain future. Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Canberra/Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney.

Green, K and Osborne, WS (1998) Snow as a selecting force on the alpine fauna, in K Green (ed) Snow: a natural history; an uncertain future, pp 141-164. Australian Alps Liaison Committee, Canberra/Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney.

Green, K, Mitchell, AT and Tennant, P (1998) Home range and microhabitat use by Long-footed Potoroos Potorous longipes. Wildlife Research 25:357-372.

Greer, S, Harrison, R and McIntyre-Tamwoy, S (2002) Community-based archaeology in Australia. World Archaeology 34(2):265-287.

Groves, CR, Kutner, LS, Stoms, DM, Murray, MP, Scott, JM, Schafale, M, Weakley, AS and Pressey, RL (2000) Owning up to our responsibilities: who owns lands important for biodiversity? in BA Stein, LS Kutner and JS Adams (eds) Precious Heritage: the Status of Biodiversity in the United States, pp 275-300. Oxford University Press, New York.

Hamill, K, Bradstock, RA and Allaway WG (1998) Post-fire seed dispersal and species re-establishment in proteaceous heath. Australian Journal of Botany 46:407-419.

Hamilton, C, Lunney, D and Matthews, A (2000) An economic evaluation of local government approaches to koala conservation. Australian Journal of Environmental Management 7:158-169.

Hamilton-Smith, E and Ramsay, A (2001) Social and environmental evaluation at Jenolan Caves, New South Wales. Evaluation Journal of Australasia 1(1).

Harrison, R (2000) Challenging the authenticity of antiquity: contact archaeology and Native Title in Australia, in I Lilley (ed) Native Title and the Transformation of Archaeology in the Postcolonial World, pp 35-53. Oceania Publications, University of Sydney, Australia.

Harrison, R (2000) Nowadays with glass: regional variation in Aboriginal bottle glass artefacts from Western Australia. Archaeology in Oceania 35(1):34-47.

Harrison, R (2001) Shared histories: an archaeology of attachment to the heritage of the pastoral industry in NSW. Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Newsletter 88:14-17.

Harrison, R (2002) Archaeology and the colonial encounter: Kimberley spear points, cultural identity and masculinity in the north of Australia. Journal of Social Archaeology 2(3):352-377.

Harrison, R (2002) Australia's Iron Age: Aboriginal post-contact metal artefacts from Old Lamboo station, southeast Kimberley, WA. Australasian Historical Archaeology 20:67-76.

Harrison, R (2002) Shared histories and the archaeology of the pastoral industry in Australia, in Harrison, R and Williamson, C (eds) After Captain Cook: the archaeology of the recent indigenous past in Australia, pp 37-58. Sydney University Archaeological Methods Series 8. Archaeological Computing Laboratory, University of Sydney, Sydney.

Harrison, R and Frink, D (2000) The OCR Carbon Dating Procedure in Australia: new dates from Wilinyjibari rockshelter, southeast Kimberley, Western Australia. Archaeology in Oceania 51:6-15.

Harrison, R and Paterson, A (2000) Workshop: the archaeology of culture contact in Australia and beyond. World Archaeological Bulletin 11:119-127.

Harrison, R and Williamson, C (eds) (2002) After Captain Cook: the archaeology of the recent indigenous past in Australia. Sydney University Archaeological Methods Series 8. Archaeological Computing Laboratory, University of Sydney, Sydney.

Henderson, MK and Keith, DA (2002) Correlation of burning and grazing indicators with the composition of the woody understorey flora of dells in a temperate eucalypt forest. Austral Ecology 27:121-131.

Hermanutz, L, Innes, D, Denham, AJ and Whelan, RJ (1998) Very low fruit: flower ratios in Grevillea are independent of breeding system. Australian Journal of Botany 46:465-478.

Hunter, J (2003) World Heritage and associative natural values of the Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves of Australia. NPWS, Sydney.

Hunter, J, Fallavollita, E and Hunter, V (1998) Observation on the ecology of Muehlenbackia costata (Polygonaceae), a rare fire-ephemeral species occurring on the New England Batholith of Northern New South Wales and Southern Queensland. Victorian Naturalists 115(1):9-17.

Hunter, RJ (1999) Fragmentation - the consequences, in S Horton (ed) Rainforest Remnants: a Decade of Growth. Proceedings of a Conference on Rainforest Regeneration held at Southern Cross University Conference Centre, 21-22 November 1998. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney.

Hunter, RJ (1999) Monitoring - why and how?, in S Horton (ed) Rainforest Remnants: a Decade of Growth. Proceedings of a Conference on Rainforest Regeneration held at Southern Cross University Conference Centre, 21-22 November 1998. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney.

Jackson, SM and Claridge, AW (1999) Climatic modelling of the distribution of the mahogany glider (Petaurus gracilis), and the squirrel glider (P. norfolcensis). Australian Journal of Zoology 47:47-57.

Johnston, SW (1998) The influence of aeolian dust deposition on alpine soils in South-East Australia, in R Gatehouse and R Greene (eds) Aeolian dust: implications for Australian mineral exploration and environmental management, p 102. ANU, CRC LEME Rep.

Keith, D, Auld, T, Ooi, M and MacKenzie, B (1999) Sensitivity analysis of decision rules in IUCN Red List criteria using Australian plants. IUCN criteria review workshop papers, Sydney.

Keith, DA (1997) Combined effects of heat shock, smoke derivatives and darkness on germination of Epacris stuartii Stapf., an endangered fire-prone Australian shrub. Oecologia 112:340-344.

Keith, DA (1998) An evaluation and modification of World Conservation Union Red List criteria for classification of extinction risk in vascular plants. Conservation Biology 12:1076-1090.

Keith, DA (2000) Sampling designs, field techniques and analytical methods for systematic plant population surveys. Ecological Management and Restoration 1:125-139.

Keith, DA (2002) A compilation map of native vegetation for New South Wales. NSW Biodiversity Strategy, NSW government, Sydney.

Keith, DA (2002) Population dynamics of an endangered heathland shrub, Epacris stuartii (Epacridaceae): recruitment, establishment and survival. Austral Ecology 27:67-76.

Keith, DA and Bedward, M (1999) Vegetation of the South East Forests region, Eden, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 6:1-218.

Keith, DA and Tozer, MG (1997) Experimental design and resource requirements for monitoring flora in relation to fire, in RJ Williams, BJ McKaine and WM Waggitt (eds) Bushfire '97, Proceedings of the Australian Bushfire Conference, pp 274-279. CSIRO, Darwin.

Keith, DA, Auld, TD, Ooi, MKJ and Mackenzie, BDE (2000) Sensitivity analyses of decision rules in World Conservation Union (IUCN) Red List criteria using Australian plants. Biological Conservation 94:311-319.

Keith, DA, McCaw, WL and Whelan, RJ (2001) Fire regimes in Australian heathlands and their effects on plants and animals, in RA Bradstock, JE Williams and AM Gill (eds) Flammable Australia: the fire regimes and biodiversity of a continent, pp 199-237. CSIRO, Melbourne.

Keith, DA, Miles, J and Mackenzie, B (1999) Vascular flora of the South East Forests region, Eden, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 6:219-281.

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