Faculty of Science and Technology

Publications

2014

  • Atazadeh, I., Barton, A. F., Gell, P., Mills, K. & Newell, P. (2014). Development of an Algal Response Model to Improve Water Resource System Operations. Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium 2014. Perth, Engineers Australia.
  • Barr, C., Tibby, J., Gell, P., Tyler, J., Zawadzki, A. & Jacobsen, G. (2014). Climatic variability in southeastern Australia over the last 1500 years inferred from the fossil diatom records of two crater lakes. Quaternary Science Reviews, 95: 115-131. 
  • Cowle, M., Babatunde, A., Rauen, W., Bockelmann-Evans, B. & Barton, A. F. (2014). Biofilm development in water distribution and drainage systems: dynamics and implications for hydraulic efficiency. Environmental Technology. In Press. 
  • Sachindra, D.A., Huang, F., Barton, A.F. & Perera, B. J. C. (2014). Statistical downscaling of general circulation model outputs to precipitation Part 2: Bias correction and future projections. International Journal of Climatology Publ. Online doi: 10.1002/joc.3915. 
  • Schultz N.L., Reid N., Lodge G. & Hunter J.T. (2014). Broad-scale patterns in plant diversity vary between land uses in a variegated temperate Australian agricultural landscape. Austral Ecology. Online doi: 10.1111/aec.12154
  • Seddon, A.W.R., Mackay, A.W., Baker, A.G., Birks, H.J.B., Bremen, E., Buck, C.E., Ellis, E.C., Froyd, C.A., Gill, J.L., Gillson, L., Johnson, E.A., Jones, V.J., Juggins, S., Macias-Fauria, M., Mills, K., … Gell, P., et al. (2014). Looking forward through the past. Identification of fifty priority research questions in palaeoecology. Journal of Ecology, 102: 256-267. 

2013

  • Camens, A.B. & Carey, S.P. (2013). Contemporaneous Trace and Body Fossils from a Late Pleistocene Lakebed in Victoria, Australia, Allow Assessment of Bias in the Fossil Record. PLoS ONE, 8 (1), art. no. e52957.
  • Chand, S.S., McBride, J.L., Tory, K.J., Wheeler, M.C. & Walsh, K.J.E. (2013). Impact of different ENSO regimes on southwest pacific tropical cyclones. Journal of Climate 26: 600-608. 
  • Finlayson, M., Davis, J., Gell, P., Kingsford, R., Parton, K. & Smith, P. (2013). The status of wetlands and the predicted effect of global climate change: the situation in Australia. Aquatic Sciences, 75: 73-93 
  • Gell, P., Mills, K. & Grundell, R. (2013). The legacy of climate and catchment change: the real challenge for wetland management. Hydrobiologia, 708: 133-144.  
  • Mills, K., Gell, P., Hesse, P., Jones, R., Kershaw, P., Drysdale, R., McDonald, J. & Gergis, J. (2013). Paleoclimate studies relevant to natural resource management in the Murray-Darling Basin I: past, present and future climates. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 60: 547-560. 
  • Mills, K., Gell, P., Gergis, J., Baker, P., De Deckker, P., Finlayson, M., Hesse, P., Jones, R., Kershaw, P., Pearson, S., Treble, P., Barr, C., Brookhouse, M., Drysdale, R., Haberle, S., Karoly, D., McDonald, J., Reid, M., Thoms, M. & Tibby, J. (2013). Paleoclimate studies relevant to natural resource management in the Murray-Darling Basin II. Unravelling past human impact and climate variability. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 60: 561-571. 
  • Reeves, J.M., Bostock, H.C., Ayliffe, L.K., Barrows, T.T., De Deckker, P., Devriendt, L.S., Dunbar, G.B., (...) & van der Kaars, S. (2013). Palaeoenvironmental change in tropical Australasia over the last 30,000 years - a synthesis by the OZ-INTIMATE group. Quaternary Science Reviews, 74: 97-114. 
  • Reeves, J.M., Barrows, T.T., Cohen, T.J., Kiem, A.S., Bostock, H.C., Fitzsimmons, K.E., Jansen, J.D., (...) & Phipps, S.J. (2013). Climate variability over the last 35,000 years recorded in marine and terrestrial archives in the Australian region: an OZ-INTIMATE compilation. Quaternary Science Reviews, 74: 21-34. 
  • Wilby, R.L. & Quinn, N.W. (2013). Reconstructing multi-decadal variations in fluvial flood risk using atmospheric circulation patterns. Journal of Hydrology, 487: 109-121.

2012

  • Augustinus, P., Cochran, U., Kattel, G., D'Costa, D. & Shane, P. (2012). Late Quaternary paleolimnology of Onepoto maar, Auckland, New Zealand: Implications for the drivers of regional paleoclimate. Quaternary International, 253: 18-31.
  • Cahir, F. (2012) Slowly and peacefully he took us over the dead water of the little inlet we were in' – Seeing the land from an Aboriginal canoe. Signals: Journal of the National Maritime Museum, 100: 18-22. 
  • Camens, A.B. & Carey, S.P. (2013). Contemporaneous Trace and Body Fossils from a Late Pleistocene Lakebed in Victoria, Australia, Allow Assessment of Bias in the Fossil Record. PLoS ONE, 8 (1), art. no. e52957.  
  • Casanova, M.T. (2012). Does cereal crop agriculture in dry swamps damage aquatic plant communities. Aquatic Botany, 103: 54-59. 
  • Chand, S.S. & Walsh, K.J.E. (2012). Modeling seasonal tropical cyclone activity in the Fiji region as a binary classification problem. Journal of Climate, 25: 5057-5071.  
  • Grundell, R., Gell, P., Zawadzki, A. & Mills, K. (2012). Interaction between a river and its wetland: evidence from spatial variability in diatom and radioisotope records. Journal of Paleolimnology, 47: 205-219. 
  • Mills, K., Gell, P., Gergis, J., Baker, P., De Deckker, P., Finlayson, M., Hesse, P., Jones, R., Kershaw, P., Pearson, S., Treble, P., Barr, C., Brookhouse, M., Drysdale, R., Haberle, S., Karoly, D., McDonald, J., Reid, Mills, K. & Ryves, D.B. (2012). Diatom-based models for inferring past water chemistry in western Ugandan crater lakes. Journal of Paleolimnology, 48 (2): 383-399.

2011

  • Barton, 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.
  • Carey, S.P., Camens, A.B., Cupper, M.L., Gr??n, R., Hellstrom, J.C., McKnight, S.W., McLennan, I., (...), & Aubert, M. (2011). A diverse Pleistocene marsupial trackway assemblage from the Victorian Volcanic Plains, Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30 (5-6): 591-610. 
  • Casanova, M. T. (2011). Using water plant functional groups to investigate environmental water requirements. Freshwater Biology, 56: 2637-2652. 
  • 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. 
  • Kattel, G. & Sirocko, F. (2011). Palaeocladocerans as indicators of environmental, cultural and archaeological developments in Eifel maar lakes region (West Germany) during the Late-glacial and Holocene periods. Hydrobiologia, 676 (1): 203-221. 
  • 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. 

2010 and earlier

  • Dahlhaus, P.G., Cox, J.W., Simmons, C.T. & Smitt, C.M. (2008). Beyond hydrogeologic evidence: Challenging the current assumptions about salinity processes in the Corangamite region, Australia. Hydrogeology Journal, 16 (7): 1283-1298.
  • Dahlhaus, P.G., Evans, T.J., Nathan, E.L., Cox, J.W. & Simmons, C.T. (2010). Groundwater-level response to land-use change and the implications for salinity management in the West Moorabool River catchment, Victoria, Australia. Hydrogeology Journal, 18 (7): 1611-1623. 
  • Gell, P., Fluin, J., Tibby, J., Hancock, G., Harrison, J., Zawadzki, A., Haynes, D., Khanum, S., Little, F. & Walsh, B. (2009). Anthropogenic acceleration of sediment accretion in lowland floodplain Wetlands, Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Geomorphology, 108: 122-126.  
  • Graymore, M.L.M., Sipe, N.G. & Rickson, R.E. (2010). Sustaining human carrying capacity: A tool for regional sustainability assessment. Ecological Economics, 69 (3): 459-68. 
  • Graymore, M.L.M., Wallis, A.M. & O'Toole, K. (2010). Understanding drivers and barriers: the key to water use behaviour change. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply, 10 (5): 679-88. 
  • Krull, E., Haynes, D., Lamontagne, S., Gell, P., McKirdy, D., Hancock, G., McGowan, J. & Smernik, R. (2009). Changes in the chemistry of sedimentary organic matter within the Coorong over space and time. Biogeochemistry, 92: 9-25.  
  • Metzeling, L., Tiller, D., Newall, P., Wells, F & Reed, J. (2006). Biological objectives for the protection of rivers and streams in Victoria, Australia. Hydrobiologia, 572: 287-299.
  • Reeves, J., De Deckker, P. & Halse, S. (2007). Groundwater Ostracods from the arid Pilbara region of northwestern Australia: distribution and water chemistry. Hydrobiologia, 585: 99-118.