Catherine J. Robinson
Also publishes as (Cathy Robinson, Cathy J. Robinson, Catherine Robinson, C.J. Robinson)
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Cuevas, Sining C., Peterson, Ann, Robinson, Catherine, and Morrison, Tiffany H. (2016) Institutional capacity for long-term climate change adaptation: evidence from land use planning in Albay, Philippines. Regional Environmental Change, 16 (7). pp. 2045-2058.
Cuevas, Sining C., Peterson, Ann, Morrison, Tiffany, and Robinson, Catherine (2016) Methodology for examining the challenges in mainstreaming climate change adaptation. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, 8 (3). pp. 418-439.
Cuevas, Sining C., Peterson, Ann, Morrison, Tiffany, and Robinson, Catherine (2015) Challenges in mainstreaming climate change adaptation into local land use planning: evidence from Albay, Philippines. International Journal of Climate Change: impacts and responses, 7 (3). pp. 45-65.
Hill, R., Davies, J., Bohnet, I.C., Robinson, CJ., Maclean, K., and Pert, P. L. (2015) Collaboration mobilises institutions with scale-dependent comparative advantage in landscape-scale biodiversity conservation. Environmental Science & Policy, 51. pp. 267-277.
Robinson, Cathy, and Lane, Marcus (2013) Boundary-riding: Indigenous knowledge contributions for natural resource decision making in Northern Australian regions. In: Walker, Ryan, Jojola, Ted, and Natcher, David, (eds.) Reclaiming Indigenous Planning. McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series . McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 396-413.
Measham, Thomas G., Richards, Carol, Robinson, Cathy J., Larson, Silva, and Brake, Lynn (2013) Terms of engagement: consensus or control in remote Australian resource management? In: Aslin, Heather J., and Lockie, Stewart, (eds.) Engaged Environmental Citizenship. Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin, NT, Australia, pp. 118-135.
Leitch, Anne, and Robinson, Cathy (2012) Shifting Sands: Uncertainty and a local community response to sea levels and policy in Australia. In: Measham, Thomas, and Lockie, Stewart, (eds.) Risk and Social Theory in Environmental Management. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, VIC, Australia, pp. 117-131.
Hill, Rosemary, Grant, Chrissy, George, Melissa, Robinson, Catherine J., Jackson, Sue, and Abel, Nick (2012) A typology of Indigenous engagement in Australian environmental management: implications for knowledge integration and social-ecological system sustainability. Ecology and Society, 17 (1). pp. 1-17.
Hill, Rosemary, Williams, Kristen J., Pert, Petina L., Robinson, Catherine J., Dale, Allan P., Westcott, David A., Grace, Rowena A., and O'Malley, Tony (2010) Adaptive community-based biodiversity conservation in Australia's tropical rainforests. Environmental Conservation, 37 (1). pp. 73-82.
Lane, Marcus, and Robinson, Cathy (2009) Institutional complexity and environmental management: the challenge of integration and the promise of large-scale collaboration. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 16 (1). pp. 16-24.
Kroon, F.J., Robinson, C.J., and Dale, A.P. (2009) Integrating knowledge to inform water quality planning in the Tully–Murray basin, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60 (11). pp. 1183-1188.
McAllister, R.R.J., Cheers, B., Darbas, T., Davies, J., Richards, C., Robinson, C.J., Ashley, M., Fernando, D., and Maru, Y.T. (2008) Social networks in arid Australia: a review of concepts and evidence. Rangeland Journal, 30 (1). pp. 167-176.
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.