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De Brauwer, Maarten, Clarke, Laurence J., Chariton, Anthony, Cooper, Madalyn K., De Bruyn, Mark, Furlan, Elise, Macdonald, Anna J., Rourke, Meaghan L., Sherman, Craig D.H., Suter, Leonie, Villacorta Rath, Cecilia, Zaiko, Anastasija, and Trujillo-González, Alejandro (2023) Best practice guidelines for environmental DNA biomonitoring in Australia and New Zealand. Environmental DNA, 5 (3). pp. 417-423.

Thapa, Kamal, and Diedrich, Amy (2023) Beyond conservation: Assessing broader development outcomes of protected areas in Nepal. Journal of Environmental Management, 339. 117890.

Hedlund, Johanna, Nohrstedt, Daniel, Morrison, Tiffany, Moore, Michele-Lee, and Bodin, Örjan (2023) Challenges for environmental governance: policy issue interdependencies might not lead to collaboration. Sustainability Science, 18. pp. 219-234.

Bergseth, Brock, and Day, Jon C. (2023) Compliance – The ‘Achilles heel’ of protected areas. Marine Policy, 155. 105728.

Khalil, Andrew M., Gainsford, Ashton, and van Herwerden, Lynne (2023) DNA barcoding of fresh seafood in Australian markets reveals misleading labelling and sale of endangered species. Journal of Fish Biology, 102 (3). pp. 727-733.

Önal, Hayri, Pressey, Robert L., Kerley, Graham I.H., and Ridges, Malcolm (2023) Designing an Extensive Conservation Reserve Network with Economic, Ecological and Spatial Criteria. Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 28. pp. 585-598.

Cork, Steven, Alexandra, Carla, Alvarez-Romero, Jorge G., Bennett, Elena M., Berbés-Blázquez, Marta, Bohensky, Erin, Bok, Barbara, Costanza, Robert, Hashimoto, Shizuka, Hill, Rosemary, Inayatullah, Sohail, Kok, Kasper, Kuiper, Jan J., Moglia, Magnus, Pereira, Laura, Peterson, Garry, Weeks, Rebecca, and Wyborn, Carina (2023) Exploring Alternative Futures in the Anthropocene. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 48. pp. 25-54.

Gallo-Cajiao, Eduardo, Dolšak, Nives, Prakash, Aseem, Mundkur, Taej, Harris, Paul G., Mitchell, Ronald B., Davidson, Nick, Hansen, Birgita, Woodworth, Bradley K., Fuller, Richard A., Price, Melissa, Petkov, Nicky, Mauerhofer, Volker, Morrison, Tiffany H., Watson, James E.M., Chowdhury, Sayam U., Zöckler, Christoph, Widerberg, Oscar, Yong, Ding Li, Klich, Daniel, Smagol, Vitaliy, Piccolo, John, and Biggs, Duan (2023) Implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine for the governance of biodiversity conservation. Frontiers in Conservation Science, 4. 989019.

Smallhorn-West, Patrick, Allison, Edward, Gurney, Georgina, Karnad, Divya, Kretser, Heidi, Lobo, Aaron Savio, Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Newing, Helen, Pennell, Kamille, Raj, Sushil, Tilley, Alexander, Williams, Haley, and Peckham, S. Hoyt (2023) Why human rights matter for marine conservation. Frontiers in Marine Science, 10. 1089154.

Ruff, Elizabeth O., Alleway, Heidi K., and Gillies, Chris L. (2023) The role of policy in supporting alternative marine farming methods: A case study of seafloor ranching in Australia. Ocean & Coastal Management, 240. 106643.

Engert, Jayden E. (2022) Could environmental and conservation sciences benefit from an anonymized journal?. Conservation Letters, 15 (4). e12909.

Zhang, Yidi, Deng, Hui, Yang, Jiajia, Xu, Chengwei, Zhou, Ziqing, Wen, Fushuan, and Qi, Donglian (2022) Impacts of renewable portfolio standard on carbon emission peaking and tradable green certificate market: A system dynamics analysis method. Frontiers in Energy Research, 10. 963177.

Chaigneau, Tomas, Coulthard, Sarah, Daw, Tim M., Szaboova, Lucy, Camfield, Laura, Chapin, F. Stuart, Gasper, Des, Gurney, Georgina G., Hicks, Christina C., Ibrahim, Maggie, James, Thomas, Jones, Lindsey, Matthews, Nathanial, McQuistan, Colin, Reyers, Belinda, and Brown, Katrina (2022) Reconciling well-being and resilience for sustainable development. Nature Sustainability, 5. pp. 287-293.

Lawless, Sarah, Cohen, Philippa J., McDougall, Cynthia, Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Song, Andrew M., and Morrison, Tiffany H. (2022) Tinker, tailor or transform: gender equality amidst social-ecological change. Global Environmental Change, 72. 102434.

Lawless, Sarah, Cohen, Philippa J., Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Kleiber, Danika, and Morrison, Tiffany H. (2021) Gender equality is diluted in commitments made to small-scale fisheries. World Development, 140. 105348. pp. 1-15.

Morrison, Tiffany (2021) Great Barrier Reef: accept ‘in danger’ status. Nature, 596. p. 319.

Lubell, Mark, and Morrison, Tiffany H. (2021) Institutional navigation for polycentric sustainability governance. Nature Sustainability, 4. pp. 664-671.

Nematollahi, Neda, Ross, Perran, Hoffmann, Ary A., Kolev, Spas D., and Steinemann, Anne (2021) Limonene emissions: Do different types have different biological effects? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18. 10505.

Sheaves, M., Waltham, N.J., Benham, C., Bradley, M., Mattone, C., Diedrich, A., Sheaves, J., Sheaves, A., Hernandez, S., Dale, P., Banhalmi-Zakar, Z., and Newlands, M. (2021) Restoration of marine ecosystems: understanding possible futures for optimal outcomes. Science of the Total Environment, 796. 148845.

Holmes McHugh, Lucy, Lemos, Maria Carmen, and Morrison, Tiffany Hope (2021) Risk? Crisis? Emergency? Implications of the new climate emergency framing for governance and policy. WIREs Climate Change, 12 (6). e736.

Nicholson, Emily, Watermeyer, Kate, Rowland, Jessica A., Sato, Chloe F., Stevenson, Simone L., Andrade, Angela, Brooks, Thomas M., Burgess, Neil D., Cheng, Su Ting, Grantham, Hedley S., Hill, Samantha, Keith, David A., Maron, Martine, Metzke, Daniel, Murray, Nicholas J., Nelson, Cara R., Obura, David, Plumptre, Andrew, Skowno, Andrew, and Watson, James E.M. (2021) Scientific foundations for an ecosystem goal, milestones and indicators for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 5 (10). pp. 1338-1349.

Stefanoudis, Paris V., Licuanan, Wilfredo Y., Morrison, Tiffany H., Talma, Sheena, Veitayaki, Joeli, and Woodall, Lucy C. (2021) Turning the tide of parachute science. Current Biology, 31 (4). R184-R185.

Laurance, William F., Wich, Serge A., Onrizal, Onrizal, Fredriksson, Gabriella, Usher, Graham, Santika, Truly, Byler, Dirck, Mittermeier, Russell, Kormos, Rebecca, Williamson, Elizabeth A., and Meijaard, Erik (2020) Tapanuli orangutan endangered by Sumatran hydropower scheme. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 4 (11). pp. 1438-1439.

Epstein, Graham, Morrison, Tiffany H., Lien, Aaron, Gurney, Georgina G., Cole, Daniel H., Delaroche, Martin, Villamayor Tomas, Sergio, Ban, Natalie, and Cox, Michael (2020) Advances in understanding the evolution of institutions in complex social-ecological systems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 44. pp. 58-66.

Book Chapter

Tang, A.M., Wolanski, E., Choukroun, S., Nguyen, H.N., Dinh, V.N., and Huynh, D.V.K. (2022) L'Impact écologique des activités économiques en mer de Chine méridionale. In: Journoud, Pierre, (ed.) La mer de Chine méridionale au prisme du soft power: Nouvelles approches franco-vietnamiennes d'un vieux conflit maritime. Editions L'Harmattan, Paris, France, pp. 341-351.

Lockie, Stewart (2019) People and issues outside our big cities are diverse, but these priorities stand out. In: Dunn, Amanda, and Watson, John, (eds.) Advancing Australia: ideas for a better country. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 141-145.

Hofman, Peter S., and Schrama, Geerten J.I. (2005) Dutch Target Group Policy. In: De Bruijn, Theo, and Norberg-Bohm, Vicki, (eds.) Industrial Transformation:Environmental Policy Innovation in the United States and Europe. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, United States, pp. 39-63.

Thesis

Holmes McHugh, Lucy Rosamund (2023) In danger? Climate crisis frames in polycentric World Heritage governance & the critical case of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Day, Jonathan (Jon) C. (2020) Ensuring effective and transformative policy reform: lessons from rezoning Australia's Great Barrier Reef, 1999-2004. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Groom, Rachel Alexis (2020) Re-thinking the assessment and monitoring of largescale coastal developments for improved marine megafauna outcomes. Professional Doctorate (Research) thesis, James Cook University.

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