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Boon, Helen (2013) Preparedness and vulnerability: an issue of equity in Australian disaster situations. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 28 (3). pp. 12-16.
Bird, Deanne, Govan, Jeanie, Murphy, Helen, Harwood, Sharon, Haynes, Katharine, Carson, Dean, Russell, Stephen, King, David, Wensing, Ed, Tsakissiris, Nicole, and Larkin, Steven (2013) Future Change in Ancient Worlds: Indigenous adaptation in northern Australia. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, Qld, Australia.
Boon, Helen J., Cottrell, Alison, King, David, Stevenson, Robert B., and Millar, Joanne (2012) Bronfenbrenner's bioecological theory for modelling community resilience to natural disasters. Natural Hazards, 60 (2). pp. 381-408.
Boedhihartono, Agni Klintuni (2010) Integrating traditional knowledge in climate change adaption. In: Traditional Knowledge in Policy and Practice: Approaches to Development and Human Well being. United Nations University Press, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 272-293.
Bartlett, Christopher Yeoman (2009) Emergence, evolution and outcomes of marine protected areas in Vanuatu : implications for social-ecological governance. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Bunnell, Tim, Kong, Lily, and Law, Lisa (2007) Social and Cultural Geographies of South East Asia. In: Mapping Worlds: international perspectives on social and cultural geographies. Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 131-145.
Bunnell, Tim, Kong, Lily, and Law, Lisa (2005) Country reports: social and cultural geographies of Southeast Asia. Social and Cultural Geography, 6 (1). pp. 135-149.
Barlow, Katanya, and Cocklin, Chris (2003) Reconstructing rurality and community: plantation forestry in Victoria, Australia. Journal of Rural Studies, 19 (4). pp. 503-519.
Craven, Allison (2013) Fencelines and horizon lines: Queensland in the imaginary geographies of cinema. In: Selected Lectures on North Queensland History from the Lectures in Queensland History Series: 30 November 2009 - 27 February 2012. Lectures in Queensland History Series . Townsville City Council , Townsville, pp. 61-73.
Cottrell, Alison, and King, David (2011) Disasters and climate change. In: New Directions In Social Impact Assessment: conceptual and methodological advances. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 154-170.
Cottrell, Alison, and King, David (2010) Social assessment as a complementary tool to hazard risk assessment and disaster planning. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2010 (1). pp. 1-10.
Cinner, Joshua E., Wamukota, Andrew, Randriamahazo, Herilala, and Rabearisoa, Ando (2009) Toward institutions for community-based management of inshore marine resources in the Western Indian Ocean. Marine Policy, 33 (3). pp. 489-496.
Cinner, J. E., Daw, T., and McClanahan, T. R. (2009) Socioeconomic factors that affect artisanal fishers’ readiness to exit a declining fishery. Conservation Biology, 23 (1). pp. 124-130.
Cottrell, Alison, Bushnell, Sally L., Spillman, Margaret E., Newton, Judy, Lowe, David J., and Balcombe, Luke J. (2008) Community perceptions of bushfire risk. In: Community Bushfire Safety. CSIRO PUBLISHING, Collingwood, VIC, Australia, pp. 11-20.
Cinner, Joshua, and Fuentes, Marianna (2008) Human Dimensions of Madagascar's Marine Protected Areas. Report Section. Coastal Oceans Research and Development in the Indian Ocean, Mombasa, Kenya.
Cottrell, Alison, and King, David (2008) Understanding communities' needs for information and education. In: Risk Wise. Tudor Rose, United Kingdom, pp. 41-44.
Cinner, J.E. (2007) Designing marine reserves to reflect local socioeconomic conditions: lessons from long-enduring customary management systems. Coral Reefs, 26 (4). pp. 1035-1045.
Cinner, Joshua E., and Aswani, Shankar (2007) Integrating customary management into marine conservation. Biological Conservation, 140 (3-4). pp. 201-216.
Cinner, Joshua E., Sutton, Stephen G., and Bond, Trevor G. (2007) Socioeconomic thresholds that affect use of customary fisheries management tools. Conservation Biology, 21 (6). pp. 1603-1611.
Cinner, Joshua E. (2007) The role of taboos in conserving coastal resources in Madagascar. Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information Bulletin, 22 . pp. 15-23.
Cinner, J.E., and McClanahan, T.R. (2006) Socioeconomic factors that lead to overfishing in small-scale coral reef fisheries of Papua New Guinea. Environmental Conservation, 33 (1). pp. 73-80.
Cinner, Josh, Marnane, Michael J., McClanahan, Timothy R., and Almany, Glenn R. (2005) Periodic closures as adaptive coral reef management in the Indo-Pacific. Ecology and Society, 11 (1). - .
Cunliffe, Scott K. (2004) Tourism and culture at risk. Tourism, 52 (3). pp. 285-291.
De Freitas, Debora M., King, David, and Cottrell, Alison (2013) Fits and misfits of linked public participation and spatial information in water quality management on the Great Barrier Reef coast (Australia). Journal of Coastal Conservation, 17 (2). pp. 253-269.
Dressler, Wolfram H., and Fabinyi, Michael (2011) Farmer gone fish’n? Swidden decline and the rise of grouper fishing on Palawan Island, the Philippines. Journal of Agrarian Change, 11 (4). pp. 536-555.
Evans, Louisa S. (2010) Ecological knowledge interactions in marine governance in Kenya. Ocean & Coastal Management, 53 (4). pp. 180-191.
Field, Laurine (2006) Gardens of the mind: an exploration of the integral role of gardens in the lives of contemporary Australians by probing the construction of a public garden space and exploring visually an idiosyncratic artistic experience of the Flecker Botanic Gardens. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.
Goodman, Helen, and Cottrell, Alison (2012) Responding to a fire threat, gender roles, dependency and responsibility. In: Wildfire and Community: facilitating preparedness and resilience. Charles C Thomas Publisher, Springfield, Illinois, USA, pp. 281-299.
Gurtner, Yetta, Cottrell, Alison, and King, David (2011) PRE & RAPID: Community Impact Assessment for Disaster Recovery. Manual. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Goudie, Douglas (2009) Paths to urban sustainability, James Cook University, Townsville. Proceedings of the 2nd International Urban Design Conference 2nd International Urban Design Conference. , 2-4 September 2009, QLD, Australia.
Gurtner, Yetta K. (2007) Crisis in Bali: lessons in tourism recovery. In: Crisis Management in Tourism. CAB International, Oxon, UK, pp. 81-97.
Gurtner, Yetta K. (2007) Phuket: tsunami and tourism - a preliminary investigation. In: Crisis Management in Tourism. CAB International, Oxon, UK, pp. 217-233.
Griggs, Peter (2004) Mapping a new colony: the geographical construction of Queensland 1860-1880. The Globe: Journal of The Australian Map Circle, 56 . pp. 25-40.
Hicks, Christina Chemtai (2013) Ecosystem service values and societal settings for coral reef governance. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Ho, Thu Van Trung, Cottrell, Alison, Valentine, Peter, and Woodley, Simon (2012) Perceived barriers to effective multilevel governance of human-natural systems: an analysis of marine protected areas in Vietnam. Journal of Political Ecology, 19 . pp. 17-35.
Harwood, Sharon, Carson, Dean, Marino, Elizabeth, and McTurk, Nick (2011) Weather hazards, place and resilience in the remote Norths. In: Demography at the edge: remote human populations in developed nations. International Population Studies . Ashgate Publishing, Surrey, England, pp. 307-320.
Horn, Jennifer Frances (2005) Aunties in action: speaking louder than words: rural women developing social capital, women raising funds and spirits. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Henderson, Robyn Wendy (2005) The social and discursive construction of itinerant farm workers' children as literacy learners. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Jackson, Sue, Stoeckl, Natalie, Straton, Anna, and Stanley, Owen (2008) The changing value of Australian tropical rivers. Geographical Research, 46 (3). pp. 275-290.
Koichi, Kana, Kaur, Kamaljit, Cottrell, Alison, and Gordon, Iain (2012) Aboriginal rangers' perspectives on feral pigs: are they a pest or a resource? A case study in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area of Northern Queensland. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 15 (1). pp. 2-19.
Kong, Lily, and Law, Lias (2002) Introduction: Contested landscapes, Asian cities. Urban studies, 39 (9). pp. 1503-1512.
Lankester, Allyson (2013) Sustainability on the Australian rangelands: learning, roles in life and sense of place. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Lankester, Ally J. (2013) Conceptual and operational understanding of learning for sustainability: a case study of the beef industry in north-eastern Australia. Journal of Environmental Management, 119 . pp. 182-193.
Lankester, Ally (2013) Understanding producers' change to more sustainable grazing practices in the tropical savanna rangelands of North Queensland. Report. Meat & Livestock Australia, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Lankester, Ally (2012) Self-perceived roles in life and achieving sustainability on family farms in north-eastern Australia. Australian Geographer, 43 (3). pp. 233-251.
Law, Lisa, McIntyre-Tamwoy, Susan, and Babacan, Hurriyet (2011) Culturally Diverse Communities and Sustainable Natural Resource Use. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre , Cairns, QLD.
Law, L., Wee, C.J.W-L., and McMullan, F. (2011) Screening Singapore: The cinematic landscape of Eric Khoo's Be With Me. Geographical Research, 49 (4). pp. 363-374.
Law, Lisa (2011) The ghosts of White Australia: excavating the past(s) of Rusty's Market in tropical Cairns. Continuum, 25 (5). pp. 669-681.
Law, Lisa, and Goss, Jon (2010) Chinatown and the virtual classroom in Singapore and Hawaii. In: Remaking Area Studies: teaching and learning across Asia and the Pacific. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, HI, USA, pp. 164-177.
Law, Lisa (2006) Remapping the geopolitics of terror: uncanny urban spaces in Singapore. In: Negotiating Urban Conflicts: interaction, space and control. Transaction Publishers, London, U.K., pp. 53-65.
Law, Lisa (2005) Sensing the city: urban experiences. In: Introducing Human Geographies. Hodder Education, London, UK, pp. 439-450.
Law, Lisa (2004) Negotiating the bar: sex, money and the uneasy politics of Third Space. In: The Blackwell Cultural Economy Reader. Oxford Blackwell, Oxford, UK, pp. 352-367.
Lundberg, Anita (2003) Voyage of the ancestors. Cultural Geographies, 10 (1). pp. 64-83.
Law, Lisa (2002) Defying disappearance: cosmopolitan public spaces in Hong Kong. Urban studies, 39 (9). pp. 1625-1645.
Law, Lisa (2001) Home Cooking: Filipino Women and Geographies of the Senses in Hong Kong. Cultural Geographies, 8 (3). pp. 264-283.
MacIntyre, Martha, and Foale, Simon (2010) Mining and cultural loss: assessing and mitigating impacts in Papua New Guinea. Report Section. Earthscan, London, UK.
MacIntyre, Martha, and Foale, Simon (2010) Countering Fish Stock Depletion Through Traditional Knowledge, Tenure and Use of Marine Resources in Papua New Guinea. Report Section. Earthscan, London.
McClanahan, T.R., and Cinner, J.E. (2008) A framework for adaptive gear and ecosystem-based management in the artisanal coral reef fishery of Papua New Guinea. Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems , 18 (5). pp. 493-507.
Mustika, Putu Liza Kusuma (2006) Marine mammals in the Savu Sea (Indonesia): indigenous knowledge, threat analysis and management options. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.
McClanahan, Timothy R., Marnane, Michael J., Cinner, Joshua E., and Kiene, William E. (2006) A comparison of marine protected areas and alternative approaches to coral-reef management. Current Biology, 16 (14). pp. 1408-1413.
Monaghan, James (2005) ‘Our Way': social space and the geography of land allocation practice on the southern Gulf Lowlands of Cape York Peninsula. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
McLachlan, Eddie (2003) Seagulls on the airstrip: Indigenous perspectives on cyclone vulnerability awareness and mitigation strategies for remote communities in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 18 (1). pp. 4-12.
Macatol, Isolde, and Reser, Joseph (1999) A reconsideration of the nature and role of resettlement housing and housing materials in natural disaster recovery in indigenous communities. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 14 (4). pp. 33-41.
Newlands, Maxine (2013) What haunts the Captain of the Rainbow Warrior? The Ecologist . p. 1.
Newlands, Maxine (2013) Reclaiming the media: technology, tactics and subversion. In: Technology, Society and Inequality: new horizons and contested futures. Digital Formations, 87 . Peter Lang Publishing, New York, USA, pp. 155-166.
Newlands, Maxine (2012) Australian eco-protest camp destroyed in arson attack. The Ecologist, 8 October 2012 . p. 1.
Nelson, Paul N., Gabriel, Jennifer, Filer, Colin, Banabas, Murom, Sayer, Jeffrey A., Curry, George N., Koczberski, Gina, and Venter, Oscar Oil palm and deforestation in Papua New Guinea. Conservation Letters . pp. 1-8. (In Press)
Robinson, Catherine J., Smyth, Dermot, and Whitehead, Peter J. (2005) Bush tucker, bush pets and bush threats: cooperative management of feral animals in Australia's Kakadu National Park. Conservation Biology, 19 (5). pp. 1385-1391.
Vella, Karen, Dale, Allan, Cottrell, Alison, Pert, Petina, Stevenson, Bob, Boon, Helen, King, David, Whitehouse, Hilary, Hill, Ro, Babacan, Hurriyet, Thomas, Melanie, and Gooch, Margaret (2011) Towards more effective adaptive planning: measuring and reporting social resilience in vulnerable coastal communities facing climate change in tropical Queensland. Proceedings of the 3rd World Planning Schools Congress WPSC 2011 3rd World Planning Schools Congress. , 4-8 July 2011, Perth, WA, Australia.
Vella, Karen, Dale, Allan, Reghenzani, John, Sing, Neil, and Parker, Darryl (2011) An approach for adaptive and integrated agricultural planning to deal with uncertainty in a Great Barrier Reef Catchment. Proceedings of the 3rd World Planning Schools Congress WPSC 2011 3rd World Planning Schools Congress. , 4-8 July 2011, Perth, WA, Australia.
Van der Veen, Roger Neal (2004) The settlement experience of Asian immigrant and humanitarian entrant people living in the Australian regional centre of Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. PhD thesis, James Cook University.