Faculty of Science and Technology

Publications

  1. Augustinus, P., Cochran, U., Kattel, G., D'Costa, D. & Shane, P. in press. Late Quaternary paleolimnology of Onepoto Maar, Auckland, New Zealand: Implications for the drivers of regional paleoclimate. Quaternary International.
  2. Battarbee, R., Bennion, H., Rose, N. & Gell. P. in press. Human impact on freshwater ecosystems. In Matthews (ed).Handbook of Environmental Change. Chapter 27.
  3. Burton, A., McRae-Williams, P., Briggs, S & Prior, D. 2011. Coping with severe drought: stories from the front line. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 15: 21-32.
  4. Carey S.P.,  Camens A.B., Cupper M.L., GrĂ¼n R., John C. Hellstrom J.C., McKnight S.W., Mclennan I., Pickering D.A., Trusler P. &  Aubert M.. 2011. A diverse Pleistocene marsupial trackway assemblage from the Victorian Volcanic Plains, Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30: 591-610.
  5. Casanova, M. T. 2011. Using water plant functional groups to investigate environmental water requirements. Freshwater Biology, 56: 2637-2652.
  6. Dahlhaus, P.G.,Miner, A.S., MacLeod, A., Thompson, H. 2011 Aweb-gis and landslide database for south west Victoria and its application to landslide zonation. Australian Geomechanics Journal, 46: 203-209.
  7. Dick, J., Haynes, D., Tibby, J., Garcia, A. & Gell, P. 2011. A history of aquatic plants in the Ramsar-listed Coorong wetland, South Australia. Journal of Paleolimnology, 46: 623-635
  8. Finlayson, M., Davis, J., Gell, P., Kingsford, R., Parton, K. & Smith, P. (2011). The status of wetlands and the predicted effect of global climate change: the situation in Australia. Aquatic Sciences.
  9. Fitzsimons, J.A., Antos, M.J. & Palmer, G.C. 2011. When more is less: Urban remnants support high bird abundance but diversity varies. Pacific Conservation Biology, 17: 97-109.
  10. Florentine, S. K., Graz, F.P., Ambrose, G.J. & O'Brien, L. 2011.  The current status of different age, direct seeded revegetation sites in an agricultural landscape in the Burrumbeet region, Victoria.  Land Degradation and Development.
  11. Florentine, S. K. & Gosney, K. in press. Environmental factors associated with the establishment of Lachnagrostis filiformis (Fairy Grass) in Victoria, Australia. Weed Biology and Management.
  12. Gell, P.,Hausmann, S., Hall, R. & Holbrook, J. 2011. Lakes, rivers and floodplains: evolving relations. PAGES News, 19: 36.
  13. Gell, P.A. in press. Palaeoecology as a means of auditing wetland condition. in Haberle, S.G. and David, B. (Eds). Peopled Landscapes: Archaeological and Biogeographic Approaches to Landscapes. Terra Australis, 34.
  14. Greenslade, P. 2011. Synonomies of anomalous species of Arrhopalites from Australia and New Zealand. Zootaxa, 2996: 66-68.
  15. Greenslade, P. 2011. Collembola. In: Gordon, D.P. (ed.), The New Zealand Inventory of Biodiversity: A Species 2000 Symposium Review. Volume 2, Animalia. Canterbury University Press, Christchurch.
  16. Greenslade, P. & Kitching, R. 2011. Potential effects of climatic warming on the distribution of Collembola along an altitudinal gradient in L:amington national park, Queensland, Australia. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Nature, 55: 333-347.
  17. Greenslade, P.,Stevens, M.I., Giulia, T & D'Haese, C.A. 2011. An ancient Antarctic endemic genus restored: morphological and molecular support for Gomphiocephalus hodgsoni (Collembola: Hypogastruridae). Systematic Entomology, 36: 223-240.
  18. Grundell, R., Gell, P., Mills, K. & Zawadzki, A. in press. Interaction between a river and its wetland: evidence from spatial variability in diatom and radioisotope records. Journal of Paleolimnology.
  19. Hausmann, S., Gell, P. & Hall, R. 2011. Floodplain Lake Workshop: Floodplain Lakes: Evolution and Response. Eos.
  20. Kattel, G.R. 2011. Can we improve management practice of floodplain lakes of using cladoceran zooplankton? River Research & Applications, 28: 1-9.
  21. Kattel, G. & Gell, P. (in press). Management strategies for large river floodplain lakes undergoing rapid environmental changes. In Young, S. and Silvern, S.E. (eds) International Perspectives on Environmental Change.  InTech. 
  22. Lynch, A.J.J. 2011. The usefulness of a threat and disturbance categorization developed for Queensland wetlands to environmental management, monitoring and evaluation. Environmental Management 47(1): 40-55.
  23. Lynch, A.J.J. in press. Book review - Heatstroke: Nature in an age of global warming. Austral Ecology.
  24. Marsden, P., Miner, A.S., Dahlhaus, P.G. 2011. The implementation of the AGS guidelines in the Colac Otway Shire - History and challenges. Australian Geomechanics Journal, 46: 211-218.
  25. Mills, K. & Ryves, D.B. in press. Diatom-based models for inferring past water chemistry in western Ugandan crater lakes. Journal of Paleolimnology.
  26. Miner, A.S., Flentje, P., Mazengarb, C., Selkirk-Bell, J.M., Dahlhaus, P.G. 2011 Some geomorphological techniques used in constraining the likelihood of landsliding - Selected Australian examples. Australian Geomechanics Journal, 46: 195-202.
  27. Palmer, G.P., Brown, G.W., Gibson, M.S., Pigott, J.P., Tolsma, A.D., Wainer, J. & Yen, A.L. 2011. Box–Ironbark Ecological Thinning Trial: Integrated Analysis and Projected Changes. Parks Victoria Technical Series 58.
  28. Reeves, J.M and Bostock, H., 2011. INTIMATE meetings both sides of the Tasman. Quaternary Australasia 28(2): 23-24.
  29. Reeves, J.M., Almond, P, Cohen, T.C and Lorrey, D. 2011. INTIMATE meetings at INQUA. Quaternary Australasia 28(2): 18-19.
  30. Reid, M. & Gell, P. (2011). Regional wetland response typology, Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. PAGES News, 19: 62-64.
  31. Ryves, D.B., Mills, K., Bennike, O., Brodersen, K.P., Lamb, A.L., Leng, M.J., Russell, J.M. & Ssemmanda, I. (2011). Environmental change over the last millennium recorded in two contrasting crater lakes in western Uganda, eastern Africa (Lakes Kasenda and Wandakara). Quaternary Science Reviews.
  32. Sluiter, I.R.K. (2011). On the distribution, ecology and conservation status of three new plant taxa Zygophyllum compressum J.M. Black, Elachanthus glaber Paul G. Wilson in H. Eichler and Eremophila crassifolia (F. Muell.) F. Muell. in New South Wales. Cunninghamia, 11: 1-6.
  33. Sluiter, I.R.K. and Sluiter, K.R. (2011).  On the ecology, distribution and conservation status of Vittadinia blackii N. Burb. in Australia. Cunninghamia 12(1): 1-5.
  34. Smith, T. F., Daffara, P., O'Toole, K., Matthews, J., Thomsen, D. C., Inayatullah, S., Fien, J. and Graymore, M. (2011). A method for building community resilience to climate change in emerging coastal cities. Futures 43(7), 673-679.
  35. Wallis, A.M., Graymore, M.L.M., Richards, A.J. (2011). Significance of environment in the assessment of sustainable development: The case for south west Victoria. Ecological Economics 70, 595-605.
  36. Westbrooke, M.E., Gowans, S. & Gibson, M. 2011. The vegetation of the Coonavitra area, Paroo Darling National Park, western New South Wales. Cunninghamia,12(1): 7-27.
  37. Zhang Feng, Deharveng, L., Greenslade, P. & Chen, Jian-Xiu. (in press)  Revision of the genus Acanthocyrtus (Collembola: Entomobryidae) and a description of a new genus from Eastern Asia. Zoological Journal of the Linnaean Society, 157: 495-514.