- Research Disciplines
Dr Addison is a social-ecological systems scientist, and lecturer. Her current research interests include environmental/social and economic trade-offs in development, development futures, resource institutions, the livelihood/conservation nexus, off-reserve conservation and strategies for managing variability and uncertainty. With colleagues, she is working on a number of projects across northern Australia that are examining the potential benefits and trade-offs of different development models, and is also involved in an international research for development project in Mongolia and China. Previously, Jane worked as a consultant plant ecologist in the private and NGO sector, where she advised on land management and environmental impact assessments to a range of clients across northern and central Australia, and internationally.
These are the most recent publications associated with this author. To see a detailed profile of all publications stored at JCU, visit ResearchOnline@JCU. Hover over Altmetrics badges to see social impact.
- Other research outputs
- Addison J and Pavey C (2017) Alignment between values of dryland pastoralists and conservation needs for small mammals. Conservation Biology, 31 (2). pp. 331-342
- Addison J (2016) The predictive value of resource defence theory in understanding resource user responses to climatic variability: implications for the viability of institutions in a resource dependent context. Human Ecology, 44 (2). pp. 137-152
- Addison J and Greiner R (2016) Applying the social–ecological systems framework to the evaluation and design of payment for ecosystem service schemes in the Eurasian steppe. Biodiversity and Conservation, 25 (12). pp. 2421-2440
- Herrero M, Addison J, Bedelian C, Carabine E, Havlik P, Henderson B, van de Steeg J and Thornton P (2016) Climate change and pastoralism: impacts, consequences and adaptation. Scientific and Technical Review, 35 (2). pp. 417-433
- Turner R, Addison J, Arias A, Bergseth B, Marshall N, Morrison T and Tobin R (2016) Trust, confidence, and equity affect the legitimacy of natural resource governance. Ecology and Society, 21 (3).
- Addison J and Brown C (2014) A multi-scaled analysis of the effect of climate, commodity prices and risk on the livelihoods of Mongolian pastoralists. Journal of Arid Environments, 109. pp. 54-64
- Addison J, Davies J, Friedel M and Brown C (2013) Do pasture user groups lead to improved rangeland condition in the Mongolian Gobi Desert? Journal of Arid Environments, 94. pp. 37-46
- Addison J, Friedel M, Brown C, Davies J and Waldron S (2012) A critical review of degradation assumptions applied to Mongolia's Gobi Desert. Rangeland Journal, 34 (2). pp. 125-137
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