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Other Publications - 2017

  1. Waterhouse, J., Schaffelke, B., Bartley, R., Eberhard, R., Brodie, J., Star, M., Thorburn, P., Rolfe, J., Ronan, M., Taylor, B., & Kroon, F. 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement - Land use impacts on Great Barrier Reef water quality and ecosystem condition.
  2. Schaffelke, B., Collier, C., Kroon, F., Lough, J., McKenzie, L., Ronan, M., Uthicke, S., & Brodie, J. 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement - Chapter One - The condition of coastal and marine ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef and their responses to water quality and disturbances.
  3. Bartley, R., Waters, D., Turner, R., Kroon, F., Wilkinson, S., Garzon-Garcia, A., Kuhnert, P., Lewis, S., Smith, R., Bainbride, Z., Olley, J., Brooks, A., Burton, J., Brodie, J., & Waterhouse, J. 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement - Chapter Two - Sources of sediment, nutrients, pesticides and other pollutants to the Great Barrier Reef.   
  4. Waterhouse, J., Brodie, J., Tracey, D., Smith, R., VanderGragt, M., Collier, C., Petus, C., Baird, M., Kroon, F., Mann, R., Sutcliffe, T., Waters, D., & Adame, F. 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement - Chapter Three - The risks from anthropogenic pollutants to Great Barrier Reef coastal and marine ecosystems.
  5. Eberhard, R., Thorburn, P., Rolfe, J., Taylor, B., Ronan, M., Weber, T., Flint, N., Kroon, F., Silburn, M., Bartley, R., Davis, A., Wilkinson, S., Lewis, S., Star, M., Poggio, M., Windle, J., Marshall, N., Hill, R., Maclean, K., Lyons, P., Robinson, C., Adame, F., Selles, A., Griffiths, M., Gunn, J., & McCosker, K. 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement - Chapter Four - Management options and their effectiveness.  
  6. Waterhouse, J., Schaffelke, B., Bartley, R., Eberhard, R., Brodie, J., Star, M., Thorburn, P., Rolfe, J., Ronan, M., Taylor, B., Kroon, F. 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement - Chapter Five - Overview of key findings, management implications and knowledge gaps. 

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Other Publications - 2016

  1. Dafforn, K., Mayer-Pinto, M., & Waltham, N. (2016) Our oceans are out of balance – can we learn some tips from feng shui? The Conversation, September 8, 2016.
  2. Duke, N. (2016) Mangrove Click! Australia: expert ID for Australia's mangrove plants. Currumbin, MangroveWatch publication. ISBN: 978-0-9923659-2-9.
  3. Lymbery, A., Kueh, S., Kelly, E., Morgan, D., Buller, N., Martin, T., Ebner, B., & Donaldson, J. (2016) A survey of Edwardsiella ictaluri in wild catfish populations in Australia. 

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Other Publications - 2015

  1. Burrows, D. (2015) Learning from past mistakes...
  2. Burrows, D. (2015) A local perspective on development pressures. 
  3. Burrows, D. & Le Port A. (2015) eDNA transforming field surveys. 
  4. Creighton, C. (2015) Fostering the repair of Australia's saltmarshes and shellfish reefs (fact sheet).
  5. Davis, A., Smith, R., Negri, A., Thompson, M., & Poggio, M. Compiled by Michelle Devlin and Stephen Lewis. (2015) Advancing our understanding of the source, management, transport and impacts of pesticides on the Great Barrier Reef 2011-2015.   
  6. Devlin, M., Schaffelke, B., & Lonborg, C. (2015) Water quality monitoring in the Great Barrier Reef. 2015 update - Marine Monitoring Programe. Produced by the Catchment to Reef Processes team, TropWATER (JCU) in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS).   
  7. Duke, N.C., Mackenzie, J., Wood, A., & Burrows, D. (2015) New partnership network helps to protect Australian mangroves and saltmarsh. Wetlands Australia August 2015.
  8. Keith, P., Gerbeaux, P., Boseto, D., Ebner, B.C. & Marquet, G. (2015) Filling gaps and improving knowledge of freshwater fauna: a way forward for improving management of rivers of the Solomon and Vanuatu Islands. Final Report in the field trip in Choiseul (Solomon). French Ichthyological Society (SFI). Critical Ecosystem Fund. (32 pp.)
  9. Johnson, J., Marsh, H., Hamann, M., Duke, N., Burrows, D., Bainbridge, S., Sweatman, H., Brodie, J., Bohensky, E., Butler, J., & Laurance, S. (2015) Tropical Research in Australia's Torres Strait Region. Synthesis of NERP Tropical Ecosystems Hub - Torres Strait Research Outputs 2011-2014.  
  10. McCook, L.J., Schaffelke, B., Apte, S.C., Brinkman, R., Brodie, J., Erftemeijer, P., Eyre, B., Hoogerwerf, F., Irvine, I., Jones, R., King, B., Marsh, H., Masini, R., Morton, R., Pitcher, R., Rasheed, M.Sheaves, M., Symonds, A., & Warne, M.St.J. (2015) Synthesis of current knowledge of the biophysical impacts of dredging and disposal on the Great Barrier Reef: Report of an independent panel of experts. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville.    
  11. McCook, L.J., Schaffelke, B., Sheaves, M., Brinkman, R., Eyre, B., Jones, R., Marsh, H., & King, B. (2015)  Submission on proposal to ban dumping of capital dredge material in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.  

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Other Publications - 2014

  1. Dafforn, K., Mayor-Pinto, M., Morris R. L., Waltham, N.J. (2014) Green engineering and marine urban development. Urban coastal environments white paper. National Marine Science Plan.
  2. Duke, N.C. (2014) 'World Mangrove iD: expert information at your fingertips' Google Play Store Version 1.1 for Android, Oct 2014. MangroveWatch Publication, Australia - e-book.
  3. Lewis, S., Brodie, J., Andersen, J., Armour, J., Baille, C., Davis, A., Eaglesham, G., Elledge, A.E., Fillols, E., Flores, F., Gallen, C., Kookana, R., McHugh, J., Masters, B., Mercurio, P., Mortimore, C., Mueller, J.F., Negri, A.P., O'Brien, D., Oliver, D., Packett, B., Paxman, C., Rojas-Ponce, S., Shaw, M., Silburn, D.M., Smith, R., Turner, R., Thornton, C.M. & Warne, M (2014). Pesticide dynamics in the Great Barrier Reef catchment and lagoon: management practices (sugar, grazing, bananas) and risk assessments: Overview report for project number RRRD037 and RRRD038. Reef Rescue Research & Development, Technical Report.
  4. McKenzie, L. (2014). Australian pastures of the sea. Wildlife Australia, Vol. 51, No. 1.
  5. Walquist, A. & N.C. Duke (2014) After the Oil Spill. iSENTIA. Australasian Science, National, 35 (3): 24.
  6. Waterson, P., Stieglitz,T., Wachenfeld, D., & Hewitt, G. (2014). A multidisciplinary approach to the assessment of cyclone damage on historic shipwrecks: Cyclone Yasi and the wreck of the S.S. Yongala. Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Poster. 

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Other Publications - 2013

  1. Barber, M., Waltham, N., Burrows, D., Brenna-McKellar, L., Crossman, N., Petheram, C., Higgins, A., Marston, F., Buettikofer, H., Reedman, L., Banerjee, O. & Wallbrink, A. (2013). Chapter 3: Living and built environment of the Flinders catchment. In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Flinders catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  2. Brennan-McKellar, L., Holz, L., Petheram, C., Kim, S., Kehoe, M., Podger, S., Aramini, D., Wilson, P., Hughes, J., Read, A., Poulton, P., McJannet, D., Munday, T., DavisA., Rassam, D., Waltham, N., Burrows, D., Podger, G., Hornbuckle, J., Philip, S., Barber, M. & Schmidt, R. (2013). Chapter 10: Kidston Dam and irrigated Rhodes grass. In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Gilbert catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  3. Brodie, J., Fabricius, K., Lewis, S., Bainbridge, Z., Bartley, R. (2013). “Review of increased suspended sediment delivery to the GBR and the effects of subsequent sedimentation and light reduction on GBR ecosystems” Chapter 5 in Waterhouse et al. Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  4. Brodie, J.Waterhouse, J., Schaffelke, B., Furnas, M., Maynard, J., Collier, C.Lewis, S., Warne, M., Fabricius, K., Devlin, M.McKenzie, L., Yorkston, H., Randall, L., Bennett, J. (2013). “Relative risks to the Great Barrier Reef from degraded water quality” in Synthesis of evidence to support the Reef Water Quality Scientific Consensus Statement 2013, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  5. Brodie, J.Waterhouse, J., Schaffelke, B., Johnson, J., Kroon, F., Thorburn, P., Rolfe, J., Lewis, S., Warne, M., Fabricius, K., McKenzie, L.Devlin, M. (2013). Reef Water Quality Scientific Consensus Statement 2013, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  6. Burrows, D., Rassam, D., Waltham, N., Hornbuckle, J., Thomas, C., Munday, T., Petheram, C., Schmidt, R. & Taylor, A. (2013). Chapter 7: How can the sustainability of irrigated agriculture be maximized? In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Gilbert catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  7. Collier, C. (2013). “Risks to seagrasses of the Great Barrier Reef caused by declining water quality” Appendix 1, Chapter 8 in Waterhouse et al. Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  8. Devlin, M., Petus, C., Collier, C., Zeh, D., McKenzie, L. (2013). “Seagrass and water quality impacts including case study of linking annual measurements of seagrass change against satellite water clarity data (Cleveland Bay)” Chapter 8 in Waterhouse et al. Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  9. Devlin, M., Petus, C., da Silva, E., Alvarez-Romero, J., Zeh, D., Waterhouse, J., Brodie, J. (2013). “Mapping of exposure to flood plumes, water types and exposure to pollutants (DIN, TSS) in the Great Barrier Reef: toward the production of operational risk maps for the World’s most iconic marine ecosystem” Chapter 7 in Waterhouse et al. Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  10. Duke, N.C. (2013) "World Mangrove iD: expert information at your fingertips' App Store Version 1.1 for iPhone and iPad, Dec 2013. MangroveWatch Publication, Australia - e-book. 
  11. Furnas, M. & O’Brien, D. 2013. “The Redfield Ratio and potential nutrient limitation of phytoplankton in the Great Barrier Reef” Chapter 4 in Waterhouse et al. Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  12. Holz, L., Petheram, C., Wilson, P., Podger, S., Aramini, D., McJannet, D., Podger, G., Kehoe, M., Marvanek, S., Breanna-McKellar, L., Burrows, D. & Schmidt, R. (2013). Chapter 10: Water harvesting and a variety of irrigated crops. In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Flinders catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  13. Hughes, J., Poulton, P., Petheram, C., Holz, L., Yeates, S., Kim, S., Podger, S., Kehoe, M., Aramini, D., Wilson, D., Read, A., Rassam, D., Waltham, N., Burrows, D., Breanna-McKellar, L., Podger, G., Hornbuckle, J., Philip, S., Higgins, A., Barber, M. & Schmidt, R. (2013). Chapter 8: Green Hills dam and irrigated three-crop rotation. In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Gilbert catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  14. Johnson, J.E., Maynard, J.A., Devlin, M.J., Wilkinson, S., Anthony, K.R.N., Yorkston, H., Heron, S.F., Puotinen, M.L., van Hooidonk, R. (2013). “Resilience of Great Barrier Reef marine ecosystems and drivers of change” in Synthesis of evidence to support the Reef Water Quality Scientific Consensus Statement 2013, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  15. Kim, S., Petheram, C., Hornbuckle, J., Holz, L., Kehoe, M., Podger, S., Aramini, D., McJannet, D., Read, A., Munday, T., Davis, A., Poulton, P., Rassam, D., Walthamb N., Burrows, D., Hughes, J., Brenna-McKellar, L., Podger, G., Philip, S., Barber, M. & Schmidt, R. (2013). Chapter 9: O’Connell Creek offstream storage and irrigated rice. In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Flinders catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  16. Kroon, F., Turner, R., Smith, R., Warne, M., Hunter, H., Bartley, R., Wilkinson, S., Lewis, S., Waters, D., Carroll, C. (2013). “Sources of sediment, nutrients, pesticides and other pollutants in the Great Barrier Reef catchment” in Synthesis of evidence to support the Reef Water Quality Scientific Consensus Statement 2013, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  17. Lewis, S., Smith, R., O’Brien, D., Warne, M., Negri, A., Petus, C., da Silva, E., Zeh, D. Turner, R., Davis, A., Mueller, J., Brodie, J. (2013). “Assessing the risk of additive pesticide exposure in Great Barrier Reef ecosystems” Chapter 6 in Waterhouse et al. Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  18. McJannet D, Marvanek S, Kinsey-Henderson A, Petheram C & Wallace J (2013) Instream waterholes. A technical report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  19. Pearce, C. & N.C. Duke (2013) Shoreline ecological assessment aerial surveys, pp. 18-25. In: Montara Environmental Monitoring Program - Report of Research. A new body of world class research on the Timor Sea. Perth, PTTEP Australasia, 108 pages.
  20. Petheram C, Kim S, Brenna-McKellar L, Holz L, Podger S, Aramini D, Kehoe M, Wilson P, Schmidt R, McJannet D, Hughes J, Read A, Poulton P, Rassam D, Waltham N, Burrows D, Podger G, Hornbuckle J, MacLeod N, Higgins A, Philip S and Barber M (2013) Chapter 8: Cave Hill dam and irrigated sorghum (grain). In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Flinders catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  21. Petheram C, Rogers L, Eades G, Marvanek S, Gallant J, Read A, Sherman B, Yang A, Waltham N, McIntyre-Tamwoy S, Burrows D, Kim S, Podger S, Tomkins K, Poulton P, Holz L, Bird M, Atkinson F, Gallant S and Kehoe M (2013) Assessment of surface water storage options in the Flinders and Gilbert catchments. A technical report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  22. Petus, C. (2013). Application of MODIS remote sensing imagery for monitoring turbid river plumes from the PNG in the Torres Strait Region: A test study. Supplementary Report for NERP Project 4.4 Hazard assessment for water quality threats to Torres Strait marine waters, ecosystems and public health.
  23. Poulton P, Bonnett G, Webster T, Podger G, Petheram C, Holz L, Kim S, Aramini D, Kehoe M, Podger S, Wilson P, McJannet D, Hughes J, Read A, Rassam D, Waltham N, Burrows D, Breanna-McKellar L, Hornbuckle J, Philip S, Higgins A, Barber M, Schmidt R and Wallbrink A (2013) Chapter 9: Dagworth and Green Hills dam and irrigated sugarcane. In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Gilbert catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.
  24. Schaffelke, B., Anthony, K., Blake, J., Brodie, J., Collier, C., Devlin, M., Fabricius, K., Martin, K., McKenzie, L., Negri, A., Ronan, M., Thompson, A. and Warne, M. (2013). “Marine and coastal ecosystem impacts” in Synthesis of evidence to support the Reef Water Quality Scientific Consensus Statement 2013, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  25. Waltham, N., Burrows, D., Butler, B., Wallace, J., Thomas, C., James, C. and Brodie, J. (2013) Waterhole ecology in the Flinders and Gilbert Catchments. A technical report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy.
  26. Waterhouse, J., Brodie, J., Maynard, J., Bennett, J., Furnas, M., Devlin, M., Lewis, S., Collier, C., Schaffelke, B., Fabricius, K., Petus, C., da Silva, E., Zeh, D., Randall, L., Brando, V., McKenzie, L., O’Brien, D., Smith, R., Warne, M., Brinkman, R., Tonin, H., Bainbridge, Z., Bartley, R., Negri, A., Turner, R., Davis, A., Mueller, J., Alvarez-Romero, J., Henry, N., Waters, D., Yorkston, H. (2013). Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  27. Waterhouse, J., Brodie, J., Wolanski, E., Petus, C., Higham, W. and Armstrong, T. (2013). Hazard assessment of water quality threats to Torres Strait marine waters and ecosystems. Report to the National Environmental Research Program. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre Limited, Cairns (75pp.).
  28. Waterhouse, J., Maynard, J., Brodie, J., Randall, L., Zeh, D., Devlin, M., Lewis, S., Furnas, M., Schaffelke, B., Fabricius, K., Collier, C., Brando, V., McKenzie, L., Warne, M., Smith, R., Negri, A., Henry, N., Petus, C., da Silva, E., Waters, D., Yorkston, H. (2013). “Assessment of the risk of pollutants to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef including differential risk between sediments, nutrients and pesticides, and among NRM regions: Part A” in Waterhouse et al. Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. Department of the Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  29. Watson, I, Marston F, Petheram C, Breanna-McKellar L, Waltham N, Barber M, Bartley R, Munday T, Dutta D, McJannet D, Jolly I, Webster T, Lerat J, Crossman N and Buettikofer H (2013) Chapter 2: Key concepts and Assessment methods. In: Petheram C, Watson I and Stone P (eds) Agricultural resource assessment for the Flinders catchment. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Flinders and Gilbert Agricultural Resource Assessment, part of the North Queensland Irrigated Agriculture Strategy. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country and Sustainable Agriculture flagships, Australia.

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Other Publications - 2012

  1. Coles, R.G., Grech, A., Rasheed, M.A., McKenzie, L.J. (2012) Evaluating risks to seagrasses in the Tropical Indo Pacific RegionProceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Cairns, Australia.

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    Other Publications - 2011

    1. Devlin, M.J. (2011). Flooding in NE Australia: how ongoing monitoring of flood plumes helps in managing the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecosystems and Management. Vol 4, No. 4.
    2. Johnson, J.E., Brando, V.E., Devlin, M.J., McKenzie, L., Morris, S., Schaffelke, B., Thompson, A., Waterhouse, J. & Waycott, M. (2011). Reef Rescue Marine Monitoring Program: 2009/2010 Synthesis Report. Report prepared by the Reef and Rainforest Centre Consortium of monitoring providers for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns.
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    Other Publications - 2010


    1. Barfod, A.S., Dowe, J.L. & Suksathan, P. (2010). Major Jenkins’ fan palm, Livistona jenkinsiana, in Thailand. Palms. 54:109-118.
    2. Devlin, M.J & Waterhouse, J. (2010). Synthesis of flood plume monitoring in the Great Barrier Reef 1991-2009. Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns.
    3. Devlin, M.J. & Waterhouse, J. (2010). Improved understanding of connections between catchment and reef ecosystems (Wet and Dry Tropics case studies). Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns.
    4. Lukacs, G. (2010). Building global collaboration in tropical wetland research. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 18:511-515.
    5. Martin, D., Devlin, M.J., Long, S. & Taylor, R. (eds). (2010). Pesticides. A potential threat to reef health. Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns.
    6. McLusky, D., Valiela, I. & Wolanski, E. (2010). Editorial. Up-front rejections or which type of papers I should not submit to Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science, 86:vi.
    7. Siebert, S.J., Zobolo, A.M. & Dowe, J.L. (2010). Notes on African plants: Livistona chinensis, a first record of a naturalized palm in South Africa. Bothalia, 40:55-57.
    8. Wolanski, E., Valiela, I. & Elliott, M. (2010). Editorial. Dr Donald S. McLusky – an appreciation and thanks from ECSS. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 90:173.

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    Other Publications - 2009

    1. Brodie, J.E., Pearson, R., Lewis, S.E., Bainbridge, Z.T.,Waterhouse, J. & Prange, J. (2009). Water quality research: baseline synthesis and Year 1 summary. Report to the Minister of Environment and Water Resources. Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Townsville.
    2. Burrows, D.W. & Perna, C.N. (2009). Freshwater Fish. Appendix E. In: Jack Lakes Wetlands Biodiversity Assessment, November 2007 & June 2008 (eds: Stephan, K. & Howley, C.). CYMAG Environmental Inc. Cooktown.
    3. Dowe, J.L. (2009). Full Vegetation Survey Report. Appendix B. In: Jack Lakes Wetlands Biodiversity Assessment, November 2007 & June 2008 (eds: Stephan, K. & Howley, C.). CYMAG Environmental Inc. Cooktown.
    4. Dowe, J.L. (2009). Archontophoenix (Arecaceae): description of species and notes. The Palm Journal, 102:4-11.
    5. Dowe, J.L. (2009). A preliminary note on the impact of Cyclone Larry on populations of Archontophoenix alexandrae (Arecaceae), north Queensland, Australia. Palms & Cycads, 102:4–8.
    6. Dowe, J.L. (2009). A taxonomic account of Livistona (Arecaceae).Gardens’ Bulletin (Singapore), 60:185-344.
    7. Griffith, M.P., Dowe, J.L., Noblick, L.R. & Danielson, I.L. (2009).Archontophoenix at Montgomery Botanical Center. The Palm Journal, 192:12-14.
    8. Lewis, S.E., Bainbridge, Z.T., Sherman, B.S., Brodie, J.E. & Cooper, M. (2009). Trapping efficiency of the Burdekin Falls Dam, north Queensland: estimates from a three-year monitoring program. Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns.
    9. Lewis, S.E., Brodie, J.E., Jupiter, S.D., McCulloch, M.T., Stuart-Williams, H., Clayton, S., Lough, J.M. & Matson, E.G. (2009). Coral geochemical records from the Whitsunday Islands, assessing a water quality gradient. Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns.
    10. Lewis, S.E. & Glendenning, L.G. (2009). A pesticide risk-assessment for horticultural lands of the Bowen/Lower Burdekin region. A report to NQ Dry Tropics NRM, Townsville.
    11. Lewis, S.E., Milla, R., Brodie, J.E., Bainbridge, Z.T. & Davis, A.M. (2009). Pesticide residues in the Great Barrier Reef.Pesticide News, 86:8-Mehta, A.J., Jaeger, J.M., Valle-Levinson, A., Hayter, E.J.,Wolanski, E. & Manning, A.J. (2009). Resuspension dynamics in Lake Apopka, Florida. Report to St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka. Report No. UFL/COEL-2009/001. Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering Program, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA. 59 pp.
    12. Perillo, G.M.E., Wolanski, E., Cahoon, D.M.E., Brinson, M.M. (2009). Preface. pp. xix-xx in Perillo, G.M.E., Wolanski, E., Cahoon, D.M.E., Brinson, M.M. (Editors), Coastal Wetlands: an Integrated Ecosystem Approach. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

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      Other Publications - 2008

      1. Aquarone, M.C., Adams, S. & Brodie, J.E. (2008). Northeast Australian Shelf – LME#40. In: NOAA Large marine ecosystems summary portal at: http://www.lme.noaa.gov/Portal/jsp/LME_Pages/lme_40.jsp
      2. Bainbridge, Z.T. (2008). BDTNRM working with local farmers and graziers to improve water quality in the Burdekin Region.Northern Muster, 19:18-19. Department of Primary Industries, Ayr, Australia.
      3. Bainbridge, Z.T. (2008). Burdekin water quality under scrutiny.Tropical Savannas CRC Publication, January-June 2008, p11. Tropical Savannas CRC, Darwin, Australia.
      4. Bainbridge, Z.T. & Davis, A.M. (2008). Where is the sediment?In: Grower research extension activities and trials (eds: Shannon, E. & Bonaventura, P.). Burdekin RD&E Symposium Booklet, p7. BSES, Brisbane, Australia.
      5. Bainbridge, Z.T. & Milla, R. (2008). Demonstration farms: water quality update. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries’Fact Sheet, October 2008. Townsville, Australia.
      6. Brodie, J.E., Binney, J., Fabricius, K., Gordon, I., Hoegh-Gouldberg, O., Hunter, H., O’Reagain, P., Pearson, R., Quirk, M., Thornton, J., Webster, I. & Wilkinson, S. (2008). Scientific consensus statement on water quality in the Great Barrier Reef.The State of Queensland (Department of the Premier and Cabinet). Published by the Reef Water Quality Protection Plan Secretariat.
      7. Brodie, J.E., Binney, J., Fabricius, K., Gordon, I., Hoegh-Gouldberg, O., Hunter, H., Peter O’Reagain, P., Pearson, R., Quirk, M., Thorburn, P., Waterhouse, J., Webster, I. & Wilkinson, S. (2008). Synthesis of evidence to support the Scientific Consensus Statement on Water Quality in the Great Barrier Reef. The State of Queensland (Department of the Premier and Cabinet). Published by the Reef Water Quality Protection Plan Secretariat. 84pp.
      8. Brodie, J.E., Tong, D.L., Devlin, M.J. & Marshall-Crossland, J.I. (2008). ASEAN Marine Water Quality Monitoring Manual. In: ASEAN Marine Water Quality Management Guidelines and Monitoring Manual. 1st Edition, 57-432. ASEAN Secretariat, Jakarta.
      9. Brooks, A., Lymburner, L., Dowe, J.L., Burrows, D.W., Dixon, I., Spencer, J. & Knight, J. (2008). Development of a riparian condition assessment approach for northern Gulf rivers using remote sensing and ground survey. Final Report Project GRU38 to Northern Gulf Resource Management Group and Land and Water Australia.
      10. Burrows, D.W. (2008). Report 6 – Freshwater Fish. In: A compendium of ecological information on Australia’s northern tropical rivers. Sub-project 1 of Australia’s Tropical Rivers: an integrated data assessment and analysis (DET 18). A report to Land and Water Australia.
      11. Butler, B.M. (2008). Report 5 – Water Quality. In: A compendium of ecological information on Australia’s northern tropical rivers. Sub-project 1 of Australia’s Tropical Rivers: an integrated data assessment and analysis (DET 18). A report to Land and Water Australia.
      12. Coughlin, T., O’Reagain, P., Nelson, B., Butler, B.M. & Burrows, D.W. (2008). Managing for water quality within grazing lands within the Burdekin catchment – recommendations for land managers. Burdekin Dry Tropics Natural Resource Management, Townsville, Australia.
      13. Devlin M.J, Brodie J.E., Bainbridge Z.T. & Lewis S.E. (2008). Flood plumes in the GBR – The Burdekin and Fitzroy flood plumes, 2008. Case studies for Marine Monitoring Program. Report for the Reef and Rainforest Research Centre.
      14. Dowe, J.L. (2008). Report 4 – Distribution and ecological preferences of riparian vegetation in northern Australia. In: A compendium of ecological information on Australia’s northern tropical rivers. Sub-project 1 of Australia’s Tropical Rivers: an integrated data assessment and analysis (DET 18). A report to Land and Water Australia.
      15. Dowe, J.L. & Broughton, A.D. (2008). F.M. Bailey’s taxonomy of A. Meston’s collections from the Bellenden Ker expedition of 1904. Austrobaileya, 7:677-677.
      16. Finlayson, C.M. & Lukacs, G.P. (2008). General Summary. In: A compendium of ecological information on Australia’s northern tropical rivers. Sub-project 1 of Australia’s Tropical Rivers: an integrated data assessment and analysis (DET18). A report to Land and Water Australia.
      17. Finlayson, C.M. & Lukacs, G.P. (2008). Module 1: Introduction. National guidelines for Ramsar Wetlands – implementing the Ramsar Convention in Australia. Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.
      18. Finlayson, C.M. & Lukacs, G.P. (2008). Module 3: Guidance for management planning. National guidelines for Ramsar Wetlands – implementing the Ramsar Convention in Australia. Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.
      19. Fuller, D., Lovell, B., Fung, K., Jeffrey, R., Brulliard, C., Pechey, L., Anthon, S., Baker, S., Hart, B. & Brodie, J.E. (2008). The need for and cost benefit of a pesticide reporting system in the Great Barrier Reef catchment region. Report from URS to the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.
      20. Lukacs, G.P. (2008). Method development for regional ecological character assessments of wetlands. Queensland Wetlands Program. Queensland Environmental Protection Agency and Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.
      21. Lukacs, G.P. & Finlayson, C.M. (2008). General introduction. In: A compendium of ecological information on Australia’s northern tropical rivers. Sub-project 1 of Australia’s Tropical Rivers: an integrated data assessment and analysis (DET18). A report to Land and Water Australia.
      22. Lukacs, G.P. & Finlayson, C.M. (2008). Module 2: Guidance for nomination of Ramsar Sites. National guidelines for Ramsar Wetlands: implementing the Ramsar Convention in Australia.Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.
      23. Wilkinson, S., Keen, R., Hawdon, A., Stewart, L., Karim, F.,Loong, D.M., Butler, B.M., Burrows, D.W., Davis, A.M. & Dowe, J.L. (2008). Ecological monitoring of the Townsville Field Training Area (TFTA) 2007/2008. CSIRO Land and Water Australia and Department of Defense.

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      Other Publications - 2007

      1. Capon, S., & Dowe, J.L. (2007). Diversity and dynamics of riparian vegetation. In: Principles for Riparian Lands Management, 13-32. Land & Water Australia, Canberra.
      2. Connolly, N.M., Pearson, B.A., Loong, D.M., Maughan, M. & Pearson, R.G. (2007). Hydrology, geomorphology and water quality of four wet tropics streams with contrasting land-use management. In: Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Health in Wet Tropics Streams (eds: Arthington, A.H. & Pearson, R.G.), 15-78. Australian Government Marine & Tropical Sciences Research Facility.
      3. Coughlin, T., O.Reagain, P.J., Nelson, B., Butler, B.M. &Burrows, D.W. (2007). Grazing Land Best Management Practices (BMPs) Draft Guidelines. Burdekin Dry Tropics NRM, Townsville.
      4. Dowe, J.L. (2007). F.M. Bailey's palm botany and his ascent of Mt Bellenden-Ker, Queensland, Australia. Palms & Cycads, 97:12–18.
      5. Dowe, J.L. (2007). Notes on Endangered and Vulnerable Queensland Palms. Palms & Cycads, 95:10–16
      6. Dowe, J.L. (2007). Ptychosperma macarthurii: discovery, horticulture and taxonomy. Palms, 51:85–96
      7. Dowe, J.L. & Broughton, A. (2007). F.M. Bailey's ascent of Mt Bellenden-Ker in 1889 and notes on the publication priority of new vascular plant species from the expedition. Austrobaileya, 7:555–566.
      8. Dowe, J.L. Griffith, M.P. & Noblick, L.R. (2007). The impact of Cyclone Larry on three populations of Archontophoenix Alexandrae (Arecaceae) north Queensland, Australia. In: Cyclone Science Seminar: impacts of cyclones on terrestrial tropical ecosystems: insights from severe cyclones Larry and Monica. JCU/CSIRO Tropical Landscapes Joint Venture.
      9. Greiner, R., Lankester, A. & Patterson, L. (2007). Incentives to enhance the adoption of ‘best management practices’ by landholders: achieving water quality improvements in the Burdekin River catchment. Research report for the Burdekin Dry Tropics NRM and the Coastal Catchment Initiative (Burdekin).
      10. Poon, L., Westcott, D.A., Hilbert, D.W., Burrows, D.W. & Webb, A. (2007). Assessment of Research Needs for the Management of Invasive Species in the Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems of the Wet Tropics. Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility, Cairns, 135pp.
      11. Sheaves, M.J., Brodie, J.E., Brooke, B.P., Dale, P.E.R., Lovelock, C.E., Waycott, M., Gehrke, P., Johnston, R.W. & Baker, R. (2007). Vulnerability of coastal and estuarine habitats in the Great Barrier Reef to climate change. In: Climate change and the Great Barrier Reef: a vulnerability assessment (eds: Johnson, J.E. & Marshall, P.A.) 593-620. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and the Australian Greenhouse Office.
      12. Sherman, B.S., Brodie, J.E., Cogle, A.L. & Carroll, C. (2007). Appropriate use of catchment models for water quality target setting and land-use management. In: Water quality and Sediment Behaviour of the Future: Predictions for the 21st Century. IAHS Press.

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      Other Publications - 2006

      1. Brizga, S., Kapitzke, I.R., Brodie, J.E., Butler, B.M., Burrows, D.W., Cappo, M. & Dowe, J,L. (2006). Burdekin Basin Draft Water Resource Plan, Environmental Assessment Report Phase II. Queensland Government: Natural Resources, Mines and Water, Brisbane.
      2. Brizga, S., Kapitzke, I.R., Brodie, J.E., Butler, B.M., Burrows, D.W., Cappo, M. & Dowe, J,L. (2006). Burdekin Basin Draft Water Resource Plan, Environmental Assessment Report Phase III. Queensland Government: Natural Resources, Mines and Water, Brisbane.
      3. Brodie, J.E. & Mitchell, A.W. (2006). Sediments and nutrients in north Queensland tropical streams: changes with agricultural development and pristine condition status. CRC Reef Research Centre Technical report no. 62, James Cook University.
      4. Dixon, I., Douglas, M., Dowe, J.L. & Burrows, D.W. (2006).Tropical Rapid Appraisal of Riparian Condition Version 1. River and Riparian Land Management, Technical Guidelines, 7.
      5. Dixon, I., Dowe, J.L., Douglas, M. & Burrows, D.W. (2006). Management Issue 10: Development and Implementation of the Tropical Rapid Appraisal of Riparian Condition (TRARC) Method. RIPRAP River and Riparian Lands Management Newsletter, 31:44–46.
      6. Dougall, C., Packett R., Carroll, C., Sherman, B.S., Read, A., Chen, Y. & Brodie, J.E. (2006). Sediment and nutrient modelling in the Fitzroy NRM Region. In: The use of SedNet and ANNEX models to guide GBR catchment sediment and nutrient target setting, 5:1-27. Department of Natural Resources Mines and Water.
      7. Dowe, J.L. & Chapin, M.H. (2006). Beccari's "Grande Nouveaute": The discovery, taxonomic history and typification of pelagodoxa.Palms, 50:185-192.
      8. Fensham, R., Bean, A., Dowe, J.L. & Dunlop, C. (2006). This disastrous event staggered me: reconstructing the botany of Ludwig Leichhardt on the expedition from Moreton Bay to Port Essington, 1844-45. Cunninghamia, 9:451-506.
      9. Fentie, B., Duncan, I., Sherman, B.S., Read, A.J., Chen, Y.,Brodie, J.E. & Cogle, A.L. (2006). Sediment and nutrient modelling in the Burdekin NRM region. In: The use of SedNet and ANNEX Models to guide GBR Catchment Sediment and Nutrient Target Setting (eds: Cogle, A.L., Carroll, C. & Sherman, B.S.), 3:1-29. Department of Resource, Mines and Water.
      10. Fentie, B., Esslemont, G., Searle, R., Sherman, B.S., Read, A., Chen, Y., Brodie, J.E., Wilson, P. & Sallaway, M. (2006).Sediment and nutrient modelling in the Burnett Mary NRM Region. In: The use of SedNet and ANNEX Models to guide GBR Catchment Sediment and Nutrient Target Setting (eds: Cogle, A.L., Carroll, C. & Sherman, B.S.), 6:1-28. Department of Natural Resources Mines and Water.
      11. Greiner, R. & Lankester, A. (2006). Designing incentives for achieving biodiversity targets in the Burdekin Dry Tropics NRM region with specific emphasis on the Bowen Broken and Bogie River subcatchments. A report prepared for the Burdekin Dry Tropics NRM.
      12. Hateley, L., Armour, J., Pitt, J., Sherman, B.S., Read, A.J., Chen, Y., Brodie, J.E. & Cogle, A.L. (2006). Sediment and nutrient modelling in the far north Queensland NRM region. In: The use of SedNet and ANNEX Models to guide GBR Catchment Sediment and Nutrient Target Setting (eds: Cogle, A.L., Carroll, C. & Sherman, B.S.), 2:1-32. Department of Natural Resource and Mines.
      13. Kelley, R., Barnett, B.E.W., Bainbridge, Z.T., Brodie, J.E. & Pearson, R.G. (2006). Nutrients, catchments & reefs: a guide to nutrients in your landscape. In: Nutrients, Catchments & Reefs: a guide to nutrients in your landscape. Rainforest CRC & CRC Reef Research Centre, James Cook University.
      14. Kennard, M., Pusey, B., Perna, C.N., Burrows, D.W. (2006). Fish sampling protocol manual. Centre for Riverine Landscapes, Griffith University.
      15. Lankester, A. (2006). Landholder experiences and perceptions of the extent, onset and causes of woody vegetation change: Northern Gulf scoping study. Report prepared for the Tropical Savanas CRC, James Cook University.
      16. Lewis, S.E., Wust, R.A.J., Webster, J.M. & Shields, G.A. (2006). Sea-levels of the Great Barrier Reef and eastern Australia over the last 7,000 years: implications for the future. In: Coral Reef Research - From the Seas to the Skies.
      17. Masters, B., Sherman, B.S., Read, A., Chen, Y., Brodie, J.E. & Carroll, C. (2006). Sediment and nutrient modelling in the Mackay Whitsunday NRM Region. In: The use of SedNet and ANNEX Models to guide GBR Catchment Sediment and Nutrient Target Setting, 4:1-30. Department of Resources Mines and Water.
      18. Post, D.A., Loong, D.M., Burrows, D.W. & Faithful, J. (2006). Ecological Monitoring of the Townsville Field Training Area (TFTA) 2005/2006. CSIRO Land and Water and ACTFR.
      19. Raupach. M., Schoettker., Briggs P., Lovell, J., King, E., Oubelkheir, K., Marks, A., Brando, V.E., Byrne, G., Dyce, P., Dekker, A.G., Barrett, D. & Brodie, J.E. (2006). Use of Earth Observation to Assess Land Condition and Sediment Delivery in Great Barrier Reef Catchments: a Feasibility Study. CSIRO Atmospheric Research and CSIRO Land & Water.
      20. Rohde, K., Masters, B., Brodie, J.E., Faithful, J.W., Noble, R. & Carroll, C. (2006). Fresh and marine water quality in the Mackay Whitsunday Region 2004/2005. In: Fresh and Marine Water Quality in the Mackay Whitsunday Region 2004/2005.

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      Other Publications - 2005

      1. Barfod, A.S. & Dowe, J.L. (2005). The enigmatic Australian fan-palm Licuala ramsayi. Palms, 49:15–23.
      2. Chapin, M.H. & Dowe, J.L. (2005). Pelagodoxa henryana - fruit variations and human dispersal agents. Palms & Cycads, 88:14–19.
      3. Dowe, J.L. (2005). Observations of palms made by the botanist and explorer Ludwig Leichhardt, during the Australian Overland Expedition of 1844-1845. Palms, 49:167–182.
      4. Dowe, J.L. (2005). Ludwig Leichhardt's Australian plant collections, 1842-1847. Austrobaileya, 7:151–163.
      5. Preite, C., Pearson, R.G., Heimann, K.R.M. & Burrows, D.W. (2005). Algal Dynamics in Tropical Riverine Water Holes. In: International Phycological Society, International Phycological Society (4).

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      Other Publications - 2004

      1. Burrows, D.W. (2004). Aquatic Ecosystems. In: Healthy rangelands. Principles for sustainable systems. Focus on Australia's Burdekin rangelands (eds: McCullough, M. & Musso, B.), 148-170. Tropical Savannas CRC, Darwin, Australia.
      2. Burrows, D.W. (2004). Translocated fishes in streams of the Wet Tropics Region, north Queensland: distribution and potential impact.Cooperative Research centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management. Rainforest CRC. Cairns, Australia.
      3. Dowe, J.L. (2004). Floristics of the Burdekin River catchment, Ludwig Leichhardt's legacy, and taxonomic intrigues. Biologue, 14–18.
      4. Dowe, J.L. (2004). Taxonomic notes on palms (Arecaceae) in catalogues of the Brisbane Botanic Garden, Australia, of 1875 and 1885. Austrobaileya, 6:967–972.
      5. Dowe, J.L., Dixon, I. & Douglas, M. (2004). Trialling of the Tropical Rapid Appraisal of Riparian Condition method. In: RIPRAP River and Riparian Lands Management Newsletter (ed: Lovett, S.), 8 - 11. Land & Water Australia. Canberra, Australia.
      6. Dowe, J.L. & Jones, D.A. (2004). Nomenclatural changes for two Australian species of Livistona R. Br. (Arecaceae). Austrobaileya, 6:979–981.
      7. Dowe, J.L. & Mogea, J.P. (2004). New species of Livistona (Arecaceae) from New Guinea. Palms, 48:197-203.

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      Other Publications - 2003

      1. Bartley, R., Henderson, A., Prosser, I.P., Hughes, A.O., McKergow, L., Lu, H., Bainbridge, Z.T., Brodie, J.E. & Roth, C. (2003).Patterns of erosion and sediment and nutrient transport in the Herbert River catchment, Queensland. CSIRO & the Herbert River Catchment Group.
      2. Brodie, J.E. & Furnas, M. (2003). Status of nutrient and sediment inputs from Great Barrier Reef Catchments and impacts on the Reef. In: Protecting the values of rivers, wetlands and the reef. Department of Natural Resources and Mines.
      3. Dowe, J.L. (2003). The Non-Australian species of Livistona. Palms & Cycads, 78:3-61.
      4. Finlayson, C.M. & Lukacs, G. (2003). Status of wetlands in northern Australia. In: Protecting the values of rivers, wetlands and the reef. Department of Natural Resources and Mines.
      5. Pearson, R.G. & Werren, G.L. (2003). Catchment to reef: new tools for mitigation and monitoring of water quality and ecosystem health. CRC for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management, Townsville, Qld
      6. Werren, G.L. (2003). A bioregional perspective of weed invasion of rainforests and associated ecosystems: Focus on the Wet Tropics of north Queensland (eds AC Grice & MJ Setter). CRC for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management, Townsville, Qld.

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