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2019

Monitoring and evaluation of watershed initiatives: Lessons from landcare in Australia

Curtis, A., 01 Jan 2019, Monitoring and evaluation of soil conservation and watershed development projects. de Graaff, J., Cameron, J., Sombatpanit, S., Pieri, C. & Woodhill, J. (eds.). 1st ed. Enfield, United States of America: CRC Press, p. 377-397 21 p.

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter (peer-reviewed)

2016

Social science contributions to groundwater governance

Curtis, A., Mitchell, M. & Mendham, E., 2016, Integrated groundwater management: Concepts, approaches and challenges. akeman, A. J., Barreteau, O., Hunt, R. J., Rinaudo, J-D. & Ross, A. (eds.). Cham, Switzerland: Springer, p. 477-492 16 p.

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2012

Exploring landscape history using integrated participatory research: Experiences from Victoria

Race, D., Curtis, A., Kyle, G., Merritt, W. & Park, G., 2012, Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A. & McKee, J. (eds.). Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing, p. 145-156 12 p.

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter (peer-reviewed)

Integrating science for landscape management

Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A. & McKee, J., 2012, Landscape Logic Integrating science for landscape management. Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A. & McKee, J. (eds.). Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing, p. 283-290 8 p.

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Management of Tasmania's riparian zones by rural landholders

Curtis, A. & Race, D., 2012, Landscape logic: Integrating science for landscape management. Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A. & McKee, J. (eds.). Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing, p. 69-81 13 p.

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The role of social norms in natural resource management

Minato, W., Curtis, A. & Allan, C., 2012, Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A. & McKee, J. (eds.). Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing, p. 203-214 12 p.

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Understanding rural landholders' response to climate change in northern Victoria

Rogers, M., Curtis, A. & Mazur, N., 2012, Landscape Logic: Integrating Science for Landscape Management. Lefroy, T., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A. & McKee, J. (eds.). Collingwood, VIC: CSIRO Publishing, p. 215-231 17 p.

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Watershed-scale adaptive management: A social science perspective

Allan, C., Curtis, A. & Shindler, B., 2012, Forest landscape restoration: integrating natural and social sciences. Stanturf, J., Lamb, D. & Madsen, P. (eds.). Dordrecht: Springer, Vol. 15. p. 201-213 13 p.

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2011

Agricultural land ownership change and natural resource management: Comparing Australian and US case studies

Mendham, E., Gosnell, H. & Curtis, A., 2011, Demographic change in Australia's rural landscapes: Implications for society and the environment. Luck, G. W., Race, D. & Black, R. (eds.). The Netherlands: Springer, p. 153-187 35 p. (Landscape; vol. 12).

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Bridging the gap between policy and management of natural resources

Curtis, A. & Mendham, E., 2011, Changing land management: Adoption of new practices by rural landholders. Pannell, D. & Vanclay, F. (eds.). 1st ed. Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, p. 153-176 24 p.

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Demographic change and the implications for commercial forestry: Lessons from south-east Australia

Stewart, H., Race, D. & Curtis, A., 2011, Demographic change in Australia's rural landscapes: Implications for society and the environment. Luck, G. W., Race, D. & Black, R. (eds.). 1 ed. Dordrecht: CSIRO Publishing, Vol. 12. p. 207-231 25 p.

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