Great Barrier Reef catchment: safeguarding the Reef

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Publishing History

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Great Barrier Reef catchments: scientific and technical publications

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Journal articles

Bartley R, Hawdon A, Post DA, Roth CH. 2007. A sediment budget for a grazed semi-arid catchment in the Burdekin Basin, Australia. Geomorphology. 87: 302-321.

Bohnet I, Smith DM. 2007. Planning future landscapes in the Wet Tropics of Australia: A social-ecological framework. Landscape and Urban Planning. 80: 137-152.

Bohnet I, Smith DM. 2007. Planning future landscapes in the Wet Tropics of Australia: A social-ecological framework. Landscape and Urban Planning. 80: 137-152.

Gehrke PC. 2007. Modelling responses of coastal fishery food webs to changes in nutrient loading in the Great Barrier Reef region, Australia. Ecological Modelling. (accepted pending revision).

Ludwig JA, Bastin GN, Wallace JF, McVicar TR. 2007. Assessing landscape health by scaling with remoter sensing: when is it not enough? Landscape Ecology. 22: 163-169.

McJannet DL. 2007. Water table and transpiration dynamics in a seasonally inundated Melaleuca quinquenervia forest, north Queensland, Australia. Hydrological Processes. (submitted).

Metcalfe DJ, Ford AJ. 2007. A re-evaluation of Queensland’s Wet Tropics based on primitive plants.  Pacific Conservation Biology. (Submitted).

Roebeling PC, Hendrix EMT, Ruijs A, van Grieken ME. 2007. Exploring industry specific social welfare maximizing water pollution abatement targets in a linked terrestrial and marine ecosystem. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. (to be submitted).

Smajgl A, Gehrke PC. 2007. Integrated multi-scale modelling in the Great Barrier Reef catchments. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. (in press).

Smajgl A, Morris S, Heckbert S. 2007. Water Policy Impact Assessment – Combining Modelling Techniques in the Great Barrier Reef region. Water Policy Journal. (in press).

Bartley R, Roth CH, Ludwig J, McJannet D, Liedloff A, Corfield J, Hawdon A, Abbott B. 2006. Runoff and erosion from Australia's tropical semi-arid rangelands: Influence of ground cover for differing space and time scales. Hydrological Processes. 20(15): 3317-3333. 

Bastin GN, Ludwig JA. 2006. Problems and prospects for mapping vegetation condition in Australia's arid rangelands [in press]. Ecological Management & Restoration.

Dennis AJ, Westcott DA. 2006. Reducing complexity in the study of seed dispersal: a functional classification of seed dispersers in Australia’s tropical rain forests. Oecologia. 149: 620-634.

Ford AJ, Halford DA. 2006. Gynochthodes oresbia Halford & AJ Ford, (Rubiaceae), a new and cryptic species from north-east Queensland. Austrobaileya. 7(2): 357-364.

Larson S, Smajgl A. 2006. Conceptual framework for the water use benefit index in the Great Barrier Reef region. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning. 1(2): 1-13.

Ludwig JA, Eager RW, Liedloff AC, Bastin GN, Chewings VH. 2006. A new landscape leakiness index based on remotely sensed ground-cover data. Ecological Indicators. 6: 327-336.

Roebeling PC. 2006. Efficiency in GBR water pollution control: a case study for the Douglas Shire. Journal of Natural Resource Modelling. (in press). 

Stewart LK, Charlesworth PB, Bristow KL, Thorburn PJ. 2006. Estimating deep drainage and nitrate leaching under sugarcane using APSIM-SWIM. Agricultural Water Management. 81: 315-334.

Smajgl A. 2006. Quantitative evaluation of water use benefits - integrative modelling approach for the Great Barrier Reef region. Journal of Natural Resource Modelling 19: 4.

Stewart LK, Charlesworth PB, Bristow KL, Thorburn PJ. 2006. Estimating deep drainage and nitrate leaching under sugarcane using APSIM-SWIM. Agricultural Water Management. 81(3): 315-334. 

Wallace JF, Behn G, Furby S. 2006. Vegetation condition assessment and monitoring from sequences of satellite imagery. Ecological Management & Restoration. 7: S31-S36.

Kinsey-Henderson AE, Post DA, Prosser IP. 2005. Modelling sources of sediment at sub-catchment scale:  An example from the Burdekin catchment, North Queensland, Australia. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation. Second Special Issue:  Selected papers of the MSSANZ/IMACS 15th Biennial Conference on Modelling and Simulation, 14-17 July 2003. 69: 90-102. 

Marion G, Swain DL, Hutchings MR. 2005. Understanding Foraging Behaviour in Spatially Heterogeneous Environments. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 232: 127-142. 

Smajgl A, Hajkowicz S. 2005. Integrated modelling of water policy scenarios in the Great Barrier Reef region. Australian Journal of Economic Papers. 24: 215-228.

Books and book chapters

Westcott DA, Dennis AJ, Bradford MG, McKeown A, Harrington GN. 2007. Seed dispersal processes in Australia’s Wet Tropics rainforests. In: Stork N, Turton S. (eds). Living in a dynamic tropical forest landscape. Blackwells, UK. (in press).

Gordon IJ. 2006. Restoring the function of grazed ecosystems. Large herbivore ecology and ecosystem dynamics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.  (in press).

Post DA, Hartcher MG. 2006. Evaluating uncertainty in modelled sediment delivery in data sparse environments: Application to the Mae Chaem catchment, Thailand. Prediction in Ungauged Basins: Promises and Progress. IAHS Publication 303, IAHS Press, Wallingford, UK. Pp. 80-89. 

Wallace J, Wouters P. 2006. Hydrology and Water Law – Bridging the gap. Water Law and Policy Series. IWA Publishing, London, UK. 344 pp.

Wallace J, Wouters P. 2006. The need for closer links between water science and law: a new paradigm in the making. In: Wallace J, Wouters P. (eds). Hydrology and Water Law – Bridging the gap. Water Law and Policy Series. IWA Publishing, London, UK. Pp. 1 – 23.

Bristow KL. 2004. Water and Irrigation in Australia, Water and Sustainable Development. Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH, Germany. 48(no): 135-160. 

CSIRO Land and Water Communication Group. 2004. Understanding the fate of nitrogen in the lower burdekin. Research Project Sheet No.3 October 2004. CSIRO Land and Water.

Gordon IJ, Nelson B. 2004. Reef Safe Beef: Environmentally sensitive livestock management for the grazing lands of the Great Barrier Reef catchments. In: Redesigning Animal Agriculture; the Challenge of the 21st Century. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK. (submitted)

Smajgl A, Gehrke P. 2004. Integrated multi-scale modelling in the Great Barrier Reef catchments. In: Schumann A, Pahlow M, Bogardi JJ, van der Zaag P. (eds.) Reducing the Vulnerability of Societies Against Water Related Risks at the Basin Scale. Red Books Series. IAHS  Press, Oxfordshire, UK. (in press).

Reports

Bohnet I, Haug K, Roberts B, Harding E. 2007. A typology of graziers’ land management strategies and its importance to sustainability. CSIRO/Water for a Healthy Country Flagship.

Browne M, Kuhnert P, Peterson E, Bartley R, Steven A, Harch B. 2007. Review of existing approaches used to develop integrated report card frameworks (IRCF) and their relevance to catchments draining to the Great Barrier Reef. Milestone Report to MTSRF, Project 3.7.7. CSIRO, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Bruce C. 2007. Datasets collected for the Water for a Healthy Country Great Barrier Reef Catchment and associated metadata to June 2007. Milestone Report for CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship. CSIRO, Canberra, Australia.

Bruce C, Hartcher M. 2007. Data management framework for the Water for a Healthy Country Flagship – Great Barrier Reef catchment. Milestone Report for CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship. CSIRO, Canberra, Australia.

Ferrier RC. 2007. Science challenges to support diffuse pollution management in the Great Barrier Reef. CSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship.

Gehrke PC. 2007. A comparative analysis of coastal fishery food webs in the Great Barrrier Reef region [PDF]. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship report. 49 pp. 

Hill R, Williams K, Pert P, Bohnet I, Jakku E, Roebeling P. 2007. Incorporating biodiversity information into the Landscapes Toolkit for the Cardwell Shire Floodplain Program. Report to the Reef and Rainforest Research Centre on MTSRF Project 4.9.6b. 32 pp.

Kuhnert P, Bartley R, Peterson E, Browne M, Harch B, Steven A, Gibbs M, Henderson A, Brando V. 2007. Conceptual and statistical framework for the water quality component of the integrated report card for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments. Final Milestone Report to MSTRF, Project 3.7.7. CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia.

Larson S. 2007. Wellbeing and Livelihoods Survey of Cardwell Shire: Report for the Community. CSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, Canberra.

McJannet DL. 2007. Towards an understanding of the filter function of tropical wetlands: Lessons from temperate locations, development of a conceptual model and design of a field monitoring strategy [PDF]. Water for a Healthy Country Tropical Wetlands Report, CSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, Canberra, Australia. 26 pp. 

Metcalfe DJ, Murphy HT, Westcott DA. 2007. Weeds CRC Rainforest Habitats: Weed Recruitment following Severe Tropical Cyclone ‘Larry’. Final Report to Biosecurity Queensland. June 2007.

Post DA, Waterhouse J, Grundy M, Cook F. 2007. The Past, Present and Future of Sediment and Nutrient Modelling in GBR Catchments. CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 2007.

Roebeling PC, Webster AJ. 2007. Review of current and future best-management-practices for sugarcane, horticulture, grazing and forestry industries in the Tully-Murray catchment. Report to MTSRF and FNQ-NRM Ltd, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems. Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 59 pp.

Roebeling PC, Webster AJ, Biggs J, Thorburn P. 2007. Financial-economic analysis of current best-management-practices for sugarcane, horticulture, grazing and forestry industries in the Tully-Murray catchment. Report to MTSRF and FNQ-NRM Ltd, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 48 pp.

Roebeling PC, van Grieken ME. 2007. Environmental-economic analysis for exploration of efficient landscape arrangements and water quality targets in the Tully-Murray catchment. Report to FNQ-NRM Ltd, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

Wallace JS, Arthington AH, Pearson RG. 2007. Hydro-ecological modelling in coastal catchments: connectivity and hydro-ecological function. Report from the MTSRF Workshop held at the CSIRO Davies laboratory, Townsville, Queensland, Australia.  19-20 April 2007. CSIRO Science Report 07. 55 pp.

Wallace JS, Hawdon A, Keen R, Stewart LS. 2007. Water quality during floods and their contribution to sediment and nutrient fluxes from the Tully-Murray catchments to the GBR lagoon. Report to FNQNRM for their Water Quality Improvement Plan. CSIRO Science Report Y/07: 35 pp.

Bohnet I. 2006. Envisioning Possible Futures for the Great Barrier Reef Catchment. Background document. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Milestone Report. June 2006. 27 pp.

Bohnet I. 2006. Sustainable futures for graziers and grazing communities in the Bowen-Broken catchment. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Milestone Report. June 2006. 25 pp.

Bohnet I. 2006. Future scenarios for the Great Barrier Reef catchment - background document. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Atherton, Queensland, Australia. 29 pp. 

Bohnet I. 2006. Preliminary results from the qualitative interviews with graziers in the Bowen-Broken catchment - Input into SEPIA model. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Atherton, Queensland, Australia. 11 pp. 

Bohnet I, Kinjun C, Roberts B. 2006. Community uses and values attached to waters in the Tully-Murray catchment. Presentation to Cardwell Shire Floodplain Program Steering Committee. October 2006. Tully, Queensland, Australia.

Bohnet I, Kinjun C, Roberts B. 2006. Community uses of and values attached to waters in the Tully-Murray catchment. First Milestone Report for FNQ NRM. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems. Atherton, Queensland, Australia. 58 pp. 

Bohnet I, Larson S, Roberts B.  2006. First milestone report.  Engaging local stakeholders in the development of alternative futures for the Tully-Murray Floodplains and building capacity for change. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, Canberra, Australia.

Bohnet I, Roberts B, Kinjun C. 2006. Waterway values of the Tully-Murray community. Presentation at the Tully Water Quality Improvement Plan research meeting.  August 2006, Cardwell, Queensland, Australia..  

Bohnet I, Toohey V, Leitch A. 2006. Communication plan: Engaging local stakeholders in the development of alternative futures for the Tully-Murray Floodplains and building capacity for change. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, Canberra, Australia.  

Bradford MG, Westcott DA, Hogan D. 2006. Terrestrial biodiversity of the wet tropics floodplains of North Queensland: introduction to a reference database. Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Technical Report. 21 pp. 

Bradford MG, Westcott DA, Hogan D. 2006. Terrestrial biodiversity of the wet tropics floodplains of North Queensland: introduction to a reference database. Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Technical Report. 21 pp.

Bruce C. 2006. Datasets collected for the Water for a Healthy Country Great Barrier Reef Theme and associated metadata to December 2006. Milestone Report for CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, CSIRO, Canberra, Australia. 

Bruce C, Kroon F. 2006. Metadata catalogue of digital spatial datasets for the Tully-Murray Catchments. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Atherton, Queensland, Australia. 136 pp.

Gehrke PC. 2006. Comparative analysis of coastal fishery food webs in the Great Barrier Reef region, Australia. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship. 42 pp.

Gehrke P, Sheaves M. 2006. Research priorities to sustain coastal fisheries resources in the Great Barrier Reef region: a scoping study for the Tully-Murray catchment [PDF]. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Technical Report. CSIRO, Indooroopilly, Queensland, Australia. 56 pp. 

Hug B, Larson S. 2006. Socio-economic profile of the Great Barrier Reef region report [PDF]. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship Report, Canberra, Australia. 42 pp. 

Larson S. 2006. Cardwell Shire: Socio-economic profile. CSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship. 32 pp. 

Post DA, Loong D, Dowe J, Hodgen M, Keen R, Hawdon A, Burrows D, Faithful J. 2006. Ecological monitoring of the Townsville field training area (TFTA) 2005/06 [commercial-in-confidence]. CSIRO Land and Water and ACTFR Client Report, November 2006, Canberra, Australia. 261 pp. 

Post DA, Bartley R, Corfield J, Nelson B, Kinsey-Henderson A, Hawdon A, Gordon I, Abbott B, Berthelsen S, Hodgen M, Keen R, Kemei J, Vleeshouwer J, MacLeod N, Webb M. 2006. Sustainable Grazing for a Healthy Burdekin Catchment, Final Milestone report to MLA, CSIRO, Canberra, Australia.

Post DA, Loong D, Dowe J, Hodgen M, Keen R, Hawdon A, Burrows D, Faithful J. 2006. Ecological monitoring of the Townsville field training area (TFTA) 2005/06 [commercial-in-confidence], CSIRO Land and Water and ACTFR Client Report, November 2006, CSIRO, Canberra, Australia. 261 pp.

Raupach MR, Schoettker B, Briggs PR, Lovell JL, King EA, Oubelkheir K, Marks A, Brando VE, Byrne G, Dyce PA, Dekker AG, Barrett DJ, Brodie J. 2006. Use of Earth observation to assess land condition and sediment delivery in great barrier reef catchments: a feasibility study. Water for a Healthy Country National Flagship. 118 pp.

Raupach MR, Schoettker B, Briggs PR, Lovell JL, King EA, Oubelkeir K, Marks A, Brando VA, Byrne G, Dyce DA, Dekker AG, Barrett DJ, Brodie J. 2006. Use of earth observation to assess land condition and sediment delivery in Great Barrier Reef catchments: a feasibility study, Report for the Great Barrier Reef Catchments Theme of Water for a Healthy Country Flagship. 118 pp.

Wallace J, Bohnet L, Disher M, Ford P, Gehrke P, Hartcher M, Hawdon A, Henderson A, Hodgen M, McJannet D, Keen R, McKeown A, Larson S, Metcalf D, Roebeling R, Stewart L, Vleeshouwer J, Webster I, Westcott D, Williams K. 2006. Great Barrier Reef Floodplain Renewal Program. Water for a Healthy Country Science Report June 2006. CSIRO Science Report X/06. 55 pp.

Cook FJ, Kinsey-Henderson A. 2005. Estimates of average hydraulic drivers for sediment and nutrient fluxes in the GBR catchment from SedNet [PDF]. Land and Water Technical Report No15/05. CSIRO, Canberra, Australia. 20 pp.

McJannet DL, Fitch PG, Henderson B, Harch B, Bartley R. 2005. Douglas Shire water quality monitoring strategy - final report. A report to Douglas Shire Council and the Department of the Environment and Heritage. CSIRO Land and Water Client Report [PDF 6.21MB]. CSIRO, Atherton, Queensland, Australia. [PDF document, 208 pp, 6.21MB]

Smith DM, Roebeling PC, Parker T, Webster AJ, Williams KJ, Antony G. 2005. Financial assessment of CAPS at regional scale: A case study for Tully, Report prepared for the Bio-industries Alliance of Tropical North Queensland (BioNQ) through the Cairns Regional Economic Development Corporation (CREDC). CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 42 pp.

Smith DM, Roebeling PC, Webster AJ, Kragt M, Bohnet I, Zull A. 2005. Assessment of the socio-economic impacts of management options for improving water quality in the Douglas Shire, Report prepared for the Douglas-Shire Water Quality Improvement Program. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 42 pp.

Bartley R, Henderson A, Baker G, Bormans M, Wilkinson S. 2004. Patterns of Erosion and Sediment and Nutrient Transport in the Douglas Shire Catchments (Daintree, Saltwater, Mossman and Mowbray), Queensland. A Report to Douglas Shire Council and the Department of the Environment and Heritage [PDF 2.38MB]. CSIRO Land and Water, Townsville. 61 pp. [PDF document, 63 pp, 2.38MB]

Bartley R, Ellis TW, Hartcher MG, Hotham H, Henderson AE, Wilkinson S. 2004. Using the SedNet model for scenario analysis within the Douglas Shire catchments, CSIRO Land and Water Client Report February 2004. CSIRO Land and Water, Atherton, Queensland, Australia. 8 pp.

Fitch PG, Carlin G, Vleeshouwer J. 2004. Development of a Data Management and Desktop Data Delivery System for Douglas Shire Water Quality Data. A report to Douglas Shire Council and the Department of the Environment and Heritage, CSIRO Land and Water Client Report March 2004 [PDF 512KB]. CSIRO Land and Water, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. [PDF document, 43 pp, 512KB]

Kroon F. 2004. A review of available information on aquatic biodiversity in the Douglas Shire catchments [PDF 283KB]. CSIRO Land and Water Technical Report 31/04, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. [PDF document, 34 pp, 283KB]

Narayan KA, Hartmann D, Charlesworth PB, Kemei JK, Bristow KL. 2004. Modelling effects of Val-Bird Weir height on water tables along the Haughton River region of the BHWSS. Report for NAPSWQ/Burdekin Dry Tropics Board, CSIRO Land and Water Client Report August 2004 [PDF 1.37MB]. CSIRO Land and Water, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 54 pp. [PDF document, 59 pp, 1.37MB]

Roebeling PC, Smith DM, Biggs J, Webster AJ, Thorburn P. 2004. Private-economic analysis of drivers promoting the adoption of best management practices for water quality improvement in the Douglas Shire: Report on the cost-effectiveness of BMP implementation for water quality improvement, Report prepared for the Douglas Shire Water Quality Improvement Program. CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Townsville, Australia. 95 pp.

Thayalakumaran T, Charlesworth P, Bristow KL. 2004. Assessment of the geochemical environment in the lower Burdekin aquifer: Implications for the removal of nitrate through denitrification, CSIRO Land and Water Technical Report No 32/04 [PDF 1.11MB]. CSIRO Land and Water, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. [PDF document, 45 pp, 1.11MB]

Webster I. 2004. Modelling transport and transformation through estuaries and the coastal zone in the Wet Tropics - a situation report. Report for Water for a Healthy Country. 16 pp.

Anonymous. 2003. Douglas Shire Council (DSC). Project 1, activity, 2: determine best management practice for all agricultural practices in the Douglas Shire. Milestone Report, Water Quality Improvement Program, Report authored by team combining DSC, CSIRO, Mossman Agricultural Services, BSES, Queensland EPA, Queensland DPI. 16 pp.

Douglas Shire Council (DSC). 2003. Project 1, activity, 2: determine best management practice for all agricultural practices in the Douglas Shire. Milestone Report, Water Quality Improvement Program, Report authored by team combining DSC, CSIRO, Mossman Agricultural Services, BSES, Queensland EPA, Queensland DPI. 16 pp.

Conference proceedings

Bartley R. Post D. Kinsey-Henderson A, Hawdon A. 2007. Sediment budgets in catchments draining to the Great Barrier Reef: the balance between modelling and monitoring. In: 5th Australian Stream Management Conference, Albury, Australia.

Bohnet I, Brodie J, Bartley R. 2007. Assessing water quality of community defined land use change scenarios for the Douglas Shire, North Queensland. In: Place and Purpose conference. Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. Conference proceedings on CD-Rom. 4 pp.

Bohnet I. 2007. Community uses and values of waters in the Tully-Murray catchment. Poster presentation. In: 29th Annual Conference of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists in Cairns.

Fakes A, Roebeling PC, Hartcher M, Vleeshouwer J, Hodgen M. 2007. Landscapes Toolkit for exploration of landscape scenarios: a linked disciplinary modelling approach. In: Paper to be presented at the MODSIM 07 Conference. New Zealand. December. Draft.

Gordon IJ. 2007. The Burdekin Catchment: an R&D hotspot for the environmental impact of the Northern Australian beef industry. In: Proceedings of the Northern Beef Research Update Conference. Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 21-22 March 2007. Pp. 45-50.

Herr A, Kuhnert P. 2007. Uncertainty in diffuse source pollution assessment and mitigation options - who knows? In: Wilson AL, Dehaan RL, Watts RJ, Page KJ, Bowmer KH, Kurtis A. (eds). Proceedings of the 5th Australian Stream Management Conference. Australian rivers: Making a difference. Thurgoona, New South Wales. 21-25 May 2007.  Pp. 145-150.

Roebeling PC, Bohnet I. 2007. An explorative approach for the development of sustainable futures in the GBR catchments. Paper to be presented at the MODSIM 07 Conference. New Zealand. December 2007. Draft.

Wallace et al. 2007. Floodplain Renewal. Poster presentation. In: Townsville Tropical Science Expo, Southbank Convention Centre, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 6 June 2007.

Westcott DA, Chen J. 2007. The Great Green Triangle: an integrated approach towards regional planning and biodiversity conservation in the China/Lao/Vietnam border region. In: Carew-Reid J, Salazar, Spring S. (eds). Biodiversity Conservation Corridors Initiative. Asian Development Bank, Bangkok, Thailand. Pp. 72-76.

Bohnet I. 2006. Building a future-aware culture- future scenarios for the Great Barrier Reef Catchment. In: Learning from the past - visions for the future Conference. Tromso, Norway. June 2006.

Bohnet I. 2006. Designing future landscapes in the Wet Tropics of Australia in collaboration with local communities. In: Global Eco-Design Dialogues - where expertise meets opportunity Conference. Cairns, Queensland, Australia. September.

Bohnet I, Roberts B, Kinjun C. 2006. Waterway values of the Tully-Murray community. Poster Presentation. In: Tully Water Quality Improvement Plan research meeting. Cardwell, Queensland, Australia. August.

Gehrke PC, Sheaves M. 2006. A generalised model of biological connectivity at the marine catchment basin scale. In: Abstracts. Catchments to Coasts. Australian Marine Sciences Association 44th Annual Conference (AMSA 2006) and The Society of Wetland Scientists 27th International Conference (SWS). Cairns Queensland, Australia. 9-14 July 2006. (Scientific Program Coordinators: Jack A Greenwood (AMSA) and Colin D. Field (SWS). P. 49.

Hartcher MG, Post DA, Croke BF. 2006. Comparing results from an event-based sediment source and transport model with those from a mean-annual model. In: Third Annual Asia Pacific Association of Hydrology and Water Resources Conference. Bangkok, Thailand. October.

Heckbert S, Smajgl A. 2006. Policy Impact Modelling for the Great Barrier Reef Region. Proceedings of Association of American Geographers: 2006 Annual Meeting. Chicago, Ill, USA. 7-11 March 2006.

Kinsey-Henderson AE, Post DA. 2006. Evaluation of the scale dependence of a spatially-explicit hillslope sediment delivery ratio model [external link, PDF]. In: iEMSs 2006 Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software, Burlington, Vermont, USA. July.

Kragt ME, Roebeling PC, Ruijs A. 2006. Effects of Great Barrier Reef degradation on recreational demand: a contingent behaviour approach. In: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) working paper 45. 2006.

Kragt ME, Roebeling PC, Ruijs A. 2006. Effects of Great Barrier Reef degradation on recreational demand: a contingent behaviour approach. In: 26th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists. Australia. August.

Kroon F, Wallace J. 2006, Participatory research in the Tully floodplain. In: Abstracts. Catchments to Coasts. Australian Marine Sciences Association 44th Annual Conference (AMSA 2006) and The Society of Wetland Scientists 27th International Conference (SWS). Cairns, Queensland, Australia. 9-14 July 2006. (Scientific Program Coordinators: Jack A Greenwood (AMSA) and Colin D. Field (SWS). P. 64.

Larson C. 2006. Cardwell Shire - Socio-economic profile. In: Presentation for the Socio-cultural Action Group, Floodplain Renewal Steering Committee. Tully, Queensland, Australia. 24 February 2006.

Larson S. 2006. Wellbeing function as a support tool for communication of the stakeholder priorities and goals on catchment scale. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Diffuse Pollution and Sustainable Basin Management. Istanbul, Turkey. September.

Post DA, Kinsey-Henderson AE, Bartley R, Hawdon A. 2006. Deriving a spatially-explicit hillslope sediment delivery ratio model based on the travel time of water across a hillslope [external link, PDF]. In: iEMSs 2006 Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software. Burlington, Vermont, USA. July.

Roebeling PC, Smith DM, van Grieken ME. 2006. Exploring environmental-economic benefits from agri-industrial diversification in the sugar industry: an integrated land use and value chain approach. In: 26th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economics (IAAE). Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. August.

Wallace J, Bohnet L, Disher M, Ford P, Gehrke P, Hartcher M, Hawdon A, Henderson A, Roebeling R, Stewart L, Vleeshouwer J, Webster I, Westcott D, Williams K. 2006. Floodplain renewal research in coastal lowlands adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. In: Proceeding of the 2nd International Conference on Estuaries and Coasts. Guangzhou, China. 28-30 November 2006. 2: 662-669.

Bastin G, Wallace J, Abbott B, Chewings V. 2005. Landscape leakiness: Monitoring the health of grazed rangelands. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Bohnet I. 2005. Alternative futures for Great Barrier Reef Catchments. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Bohnet I. 2005. Challenging Queensland state planning policy 1/92 'Development and Conservation of Agricultural Land' - the case of Queensland's coastal landscapes. In: Paper presented at the Agri-food conference. Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia. July.

Bohnet I. 2005. From agricultural to urbanised landscapes: reflections of technological, social and ecological transitions in the Wet Tropics of North Queensland. In: Laband D. (ed). Emerging issues along urban/rural interfaces: linking science and society. Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Pp. 30-36.

Bohnet I. 2005. A social-ecological framework for sustainable landscape planning - Case studies from the wet tropics of far north Queensland. In: Building capacity for sustainable resource management - moving a wheelbarrow full of frogs.  A practical symposium. Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. September. Pp. 37-40.  

Bohnet I. 2005. A socio-ecological framework for sustainable landscape planning: a case study from an urbanising coastal landscape in North Queensland In: Paper presented at the Ecological Society of Australia conference. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. November.

Bohnet I. 2005. Alternative futures for the Tully-Murray Floodplains - engaging local communities and building capacity for change. In: 8th International River Symposium. Brisbane, Australia.

Bohnet I. 2005. From agricultural to urbanised landscapes: reflections of technological, social and ecological transitions in the Wet Tropics of North Queensland. In: Laband D. (ed). Emerging issues along urban/rural interfaces: linking science and society. Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Pp. 30-36.

Bohnet I 2005. Future visions for urbanizing tropical landscapes. In: Laband D. (ed). Emerging issues along urban/rural interfaces: linking science and society, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Pp. 54-61.

Dawes-Gromadzki T, Cook G, Liedloff A, Brandis A. 2005. Healthy soils, healthy water: Managing grazing lands to maximise water use benefits and sustain productivity through maintaining and improving soil health.  Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Dawes-Gromadzki T, Cook G, Liedloff A, Brandis S. 2005. The effects of cattle grazing on the functional role of soil macroinvertebrates in rainwater capture in semi-arid savannas. In: Combined Australian Entomological Society, Society of Systematic Biologists & Invertebrate Biodiversity & Conservation Conference. Canberra, ACT.

Gordon IJ. 2005. Healthy country/healthy reef: Managing the Great Barrier Reef lagoon (plenary). In: Open Science Meeting. Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Gordon I, Bastin G, Chamley E,  Bohnet J, Dawes-Gromadzki T, McIvor J, McLeod N, Smajgl A, Wallace J. 2005. Sustainable grazing land management in the catchments adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef.  Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Gordon IJ. 2005. Is win-win possible for the grazing lands? (plenary) In: Horizons in Livestock Sciences. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. 5 October 2005.

Hartcher MG, Post D. 2005. Reducing uncertainty in sediment yield through improved representation of land cover: Application to two sub-catchments of the Mae Chaem, Thailand [external link, PDF 507KB]. In:  Zerger A, Argent R. (eds). MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand. Pp. 1147-1153. [PDF document, 7 pp. 507KB]

Heckbert S, Smajgl A. 2005. Analysing urban systems using agent-based modelling [external link, PDF 330KB]. In: Zerger A, Argent R. (eds). MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australian and New Zealand. Pp. 134-140. [PDF document, 7 pages, 330KB]

Heckbert S, Smajgl A. 2005. An agent-based policy impact assessment tool for the Great Barrier Reef region [external link, PDF]. In: MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Zerger A, Argent R. (eds). Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand.

Herr A, Smajgl A, Roebeling P, Lynam T. 2005. Catchment futures - basing water management in the Great Barrier reef catchments on trans-disciplinary science and integration. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Kinsey-Henderson AE, Post DA, Bartley R, Hawdon AH. 2005. Modelling spatial patterns of runoff on a hillslope: implications for fine sediment delivery. In: Zerger A, Argent R. (eds). MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australian and New Zealand. Pp. 2728-2734. [PDF document, 7 pages, 1.36MB]

Kinsey-Henderson AE, Post DA, Bartley R, Hawdon AA. 2005. Modelling a spatially distributed sediment delivery ratio. In: MODSIM 2005. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Larson S. 2005. Livelihood systems and wellbeing of the Great barrier Reef communities. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Liedloff AC, Ludwig JA, Bartley R, Coughenour MB. 2005. Simulating the effect of spatial fine scale patchiness of tropical landscapes using the Savanna.au model. In: MODSIM 2005. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Pp. 354-360. 

Ludwig JA, Bartley R, Liedloff AC. 2005. Modelling landscape leakiness and sediment yields from savanna hillslopes:  the critical role of vegetation configuration. In: MODSIM 2005. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Pp. 361-366.  

McJannet D, Disher M, Hartcher M, Hawdon A, Keen R, Stewart L, Wallace, J 2005, 'The filter functions of wetlands in the Tully-Murray floodplain.  Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre. No URL available

Metcalfe D, Westcott D, Williams K. 2005. Terrestrial biodiversity in a complex landscape.  Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Morris S. 2005. The Water for a Healthy Country Flagship GBR Catchment Theme:  Integrating multi-disciplinary science outcomes for on-ground solutions. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Morris S. 2005. Will our current approach to ecosystem science have the impact on the ground that we hope for?  Integrating multi-disciplinary science outcomes for on-ground solutions. Keynote Address. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Post D. 2005. Impact of grazing on sediment and nutrient concentrations in streams draining rangelands of the Burdekin Catchment. May 2005, Townsville. Australian Water Association. Paper t5260.

Raupach MR, Schöttker B, Briggs PR, Lovell JL, Oubelkheir K, Marks A, Brando VE, Byrne G, Dekker AG. 2005. Integration of earth observation to assess land condition in GBR catchments and sediment delivery to the GBR lagoon waters:  a feasibility study. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre and Rainforest CRC. Townsville, Queensland, Australia.  November.

Roebeling P. 2005. Sustainable landscape management and development in the Great Barrier Reef region. Poster presentation.  In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Roebeling P, Bohnet I. 2005. Landscapes toolkit for the triple-bottom-line assessment of future land use scenarios in Great Barrier reef catchments.  Poster presentation.  In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Roebeling PC, Bohnet I, Smith M, Westcott D, Kroon F, Hartcher M, Hodgen M, Vleeshouwer J. 2005. Landscapes toolkit for triple-bottom-line assessment of land use scenarios in Great Barrier Reef catchments [external link, PDF 312KB]. In: Zerger A, Argent R. (eds). MODSIM 2005 International Congress on modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand. Pp. 711-717. [PDF document, 7 pp, 312KB]

Roebeling PC, Bohnet I, Smith M, Westcott D, Kroon F, Hartcher M, Hodgen M, Vleeshouwer J. 2005. Landscapes toolkit for triple-bottom-line assessment of land use scenarios in Great Barrier Reef catchments [external link, PDF]. In: MODSIM 2005 International Congress on modelling and Simulation, December 2005. Zerger A. Argent R. (eds). Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand. Pp. 711-717.  

Smajgl A. 2005. Assessing policy in the context of water. In: Riversymposium. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Smajgl A. 2005. Climate change impact assessment in the GBR - integrated simulation tools. In: Greenhouse 2005. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Smajgl A. 2005. Integrated simulation methodology for the Great Barrier Reef, Oral presentation.  In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Smajgl A. Integrated policy impact assessment for water use benefit in the GBR region. In: AWA Conference OzWater 2005. Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

Smajgl A, Heckbert S. 2005. Water policy impact assessment - combining modelling techniques for the Great Barrier Reef regions. In: TechFest. Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Smajgl A, Morris S, Heckbert S. 2005. Water policy impact assessment - combining modelling techniques in the Great Barrier Reef region [external link, PDF 303KB]. In: Zerger A, Argent R. (eds). MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australian and New Zealand. Pp. 1985-1991. [PDF document, 7 pp, 303KB]

Wallace J, Bohnet L, Disher M, Ford P, Gehrke P, Hartcher M, Hawdon A, Henderson A, Roebelling R, Stewart L, Vleeshouwer J, Webster I, Westcott D, Williams K. 2005. Floodplain renewal in catchments adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef. Poster presentation.  In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Bastin GN, Ludwig JA, Eager RW, Liedloff A, Chewings V. 2004. Indices for assessing landscape leakiness at multiple scales. In: Bastin G, Walsh D, Nicolson S. (eds). Living in the outback: conference papers. Australian Rangeland Society 13th Biennial Conference. Adelaide, South Australia. July. Australian Rangeland Society.

Cook GD, Dawes-Gromadzki TZ, Liedloff AC. 2004. Soil conservation and landscape processes in Australia's rangelands and savannas. In: Conserving soil and water for society: sharing solutions. 13th International Soil Conservation Organisation Conference. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Pp. 1-6.

Heckbert S, Smajgl A. 2004. Simulating land use and water use decisions in the Great Barrier Reef region. In: Conference on Natural Resource Modelling: Proceedings. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Post DA. 2004. A New Method for Estimating Flow Duration Curves: an Application to the Burdekin River Catchment, North Queensland, Australia [external link, PDF 116KB]. In: Transactions of the 2nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society. University of Osnabruck, Germany.  iEMSs. Pp. 1195-2000. [PDF document, 6 pages, 116KB]

Roth CHR, Visser F, Post DA. 2004. Sediment budgets for cane lands and grazing lands in Northern Queensland, Australia and their use to target appropriate measures to control sediment export. In: ISCO 2004 International Soil Conservation Organisation Conference. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Kinsey-Henderson A, Prosser I, Post D. 2003. SubNet - Predicting Sources of Sediment at Sub-catchment Scale Using SedNet. In: Modsim 2003. International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Jupiters Hotel and Casino. Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

Post D, Kinsey-Henderson A, Prosser I. 2003. Determining the impact of changes in grazing management on water quality at the small catchment scale. In: AWA Catchment Management Conference. University of Western Sydney. Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Roth C, Prosser I, Post D, Webb M. 2003. Evaluation of sediment and nutrient export at different scales: a case study from grazing lands in the Burdekin catchment. In:  Allsopp N, Palmer A, Milton S, Kirkman K, Kerley G, Hurt C, Brown C. (eds). Proceedings of the VIIth International Rangelands Congress. Durban, South Africa. Document Transformation Technologies, South Africa. Pp. 613-616.

Other conference presentations, papers, workshops

Kragt ME, Roebeling PC, Ruijs A. 2006. Effects of Great Barrier Reef degradation on recreational demand: a contingent behaviour approach. In: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) working paper 45. [PDF document, 21 pp, 2.12MB]

Larson C. 2006. Cardwell Shire - Socio-economic profile. In: Presentation for the Socio-cultural Action Group, Floodplain Renewall Steering Committee. Tully, Queensland, Australia.

Bastin G, Wallac, J, Abbott B, Chewings V. 2005. Landscape leakiness: Monitoring the health of grazed rangelands. In:  Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Bohnet I. 2005. Alternative futures for Great Barrier Reef Catchments. Poster presentation. In:  Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Bohnet I. 2005. Challenging Queensland state planning policy 1/92 'Development and Conservation of Agricultural Land' - the case of Queensland's coastal landscapes'. In: Paper presented at the Agri-food conference. Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia.

Bohnet I. 2005. A social-ecological framework for sustainable landscape planning - Case studies from the wet tropics of far north Queensland', in Building capacity for sustainable resource management - moving a wheelbarrow full of frogs. A practical symposium. Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Pp. 37-40.

Bohnet I. 2005. A socio-ecological framework for sustainable landscape planning: a case study from an urbanising coastal landscape in North Queensland. In: Paper presented at the Ecological Society of Australia conference. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Dawes-Gromadzki T, Cook G, Liedloff A, Brandis A. 2005. Healthy soils, healthy water: Managing grazing lands to maximise water use benefits and sustain productivity through maintaining and improving soil health. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Dawes-Gromadzki T, Cook G, Liedloff A, Brandis S. 2005. The effects of cattle grazing on the functional role of soil macroinvertebrates in rainwater capture in semi-arid savannas. In: Combined Australian Entomological Society, Society of Systematic Biologists & Invertebrate Biodiversity & Conservation Conference. Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Gordon I, Bastin G, Chamley E, Bohne, J, Dawes-Gromadzki T, McIvor J, McLeod N, Smajgl A, Wallace J. 2005. Sustainable grazing land management in the catchments adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Gordon IJ. 2005. Is win-win possible for the grazing lands? (plenary). In: Horizons in Livestock Sciences. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

Heckbert S, Smajgl A. 2005. An agent-based policy impact assessment tool for the Great Barrier Reef region [external link, PDF 323KB]. In: Zerger A, Argent R. (eds). MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand. [PDF document, 7 pp, 323KB]

Herr A, Smajgl A, Roebeling, Lynam T. 2005. Catchment futures - basing water management in the Great Barrier reef catchments on trans-disciplinary science and integration. Poster presentation. In:  Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Kinsey-Henderson AE, Post DA, Bartley R, Hawdon AA. 2005. Modelling a spatially distributed sediment delivery ratio. In: MODSIM 2005. Melbourne, victoria, Australia.

Larson S. 2005. Livelihood systems and wellbeing of the Great Barrier Reef communities. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Liedloff AC, Ludwig JA, Bartley R, Coughenour MB. 2005. Simulating the effect of spatial fine scale patchiness of tropical landscapes using the Savanna.au model. In: MODSIM 2005. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Pp. 354-360.

Ludwig JA, Bartley R, Liedloff AC. 2005. Modelling landscape leakiness and sediment yields from savanna hillslopes: the critical role of vegetation configuration. In: MODSIM 2005. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Pp. 361-366.

McJannet D, Disher M, Hartcher M, Hawdon A, Keen R, Stewart L, Wallace J. 2005. The filter functions of wetlands in the Tully-Murray floodplain. Poster presentation. In:  Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Metcalfe D, Westcott D, Williams K. 2005. Terrestrial biodiversity in a complex landscape. Poster presentation. In:  Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre. Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Morris S. 2005. The Water for a Healthy Country Flagship GBR Catchment Theme: Integrating multi-disciplinary science outcomes for on-ground solutions. Poster presentation.  In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Morris S. 2005. Will our current approach to ecosystem science have the impact on the ground that we hope for? Integrating multi-disciplinary science outcomes for on-ground solutions. Keynote Address. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Post D. 2005. Impact of grazing on sediment and nutrient concentrations in streams draining rangelands of the Burdekin Catchment. Townsville, Queensland, Australia. Australian Water Association.

Raupach MR, Schöttker B, Briggs PR, Lovell JL, Oubelkheir K, Marks A, Brando VE, Byrne G, Dekker AG. 2005. Integration of earth observation to assess land condition in GBR catchments and sediment delivery to the GBR lagoon waters: a feasibility study. In: Rainforest meets reef: joint Rainforest CRC and CRC Reef conference, Southbank Hotel and Convention Centre, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. 

Roebeling P. 2005. Sustainable landscape management and development in the Great Barrier Reef region. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Roebeling P, Bohnet I. 2005. Landscapes toolkit for the triple-bottom-line assessment of future land use scenarios in Great Barrier reef catchments. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Smajgl A. 2005. Integrated simulation methodology for the Great Barrier Reef [Oral presentation]. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Wallace J, Bohnet L, Disher M, Ford P, Gehrke P, Hartcher M, Hawdon A, Henderson A, Roebelling R, Stewart L, Vleeshouwer J, Webster I, Westcott D, Williams K 2005. Floodplain renewal in catchments adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef. Poster presentation. In: Goggin C, Harvey T. (eds). Rainforest meets Reef. Conference abstracts. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical Report No. 64, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. CRC Reef Research Centre.

Bastin GN, Ludwig JA, Eager RW, Liedloff A, Chewings V. 2004. Indices for assessing landscape leakiness at multiple scales. In: Bastin G, Walsh D, Nicolson S. (eds). Living in the outback: conference papers, Australian Rangeland Society 13th Biennial Conference, Adelaide, South Australia. Australian Rangeland Society.

CSIRO Land and Water Communication Group. 2004. Understanding the fate of nitrogen in the lower Burdekin. Research Project Sheet No 3. CSIRO Land and Water. October.

Post D, Kinsey-Henderson A, Prosser I. 2003. Determining the impact of changes in grazing management on water quality at the small catchment scale. In: AWA Catchment Management Conference. University of Western Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia.