Publications & Reports

Journal publications

 

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Integrating science into management of ecosystems in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area 2011 Chapple, R.S., Ramp, D.R., Kingsford, R.T., Merson, J.A., Bradstock, R.A., Mulley, R.C. and Auld, T. 2011. ‘Integrating science into management of ecosystems in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area’, Australia. Env. Mgmt. 48 (4): 659-674. Click here to download

Diet analysis of mammals, raptors and reptiles in a complex predator assemblage in the Blue Mountains, eastern Australia 2011 Pascoe, J.H., Mulley, R.C., Spencer, R. and Chapple, R.S. 2012. ‘Diet analysis of mammals, raptors and reptiles in a complex predator assemblage in the Blue Mountains, eastern Australia’. Australian Journal of Zoology59, (5): 295. Click here to download

Aboriginal rock art depictions of fauna: What can they tell us about the natural history of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area? 2010 Tacon, P., Chapple, R.S., Merson, J.A., Ramp, D., Brennan, W., King, G. and Tasire, A. 2010. ‘Aboriginal rock art depictions of fauna: What can they tell us about the natural history of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area?’ In: The Natural History of Sydney, edited by Lunney, D., Hutchings, P. and Hochuli, D. Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman, Australia. pp.58-73.

Sustainable agri-industrial projects neighbouring the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area 2010 Merson, J., Attwater, R., Ampt, P., Wildman, H. and R. Chapple. 2010. ‘Sustainable agri-industrial projects neighbouring the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area’. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 8, (1&2): 72-85

The challenges to urban agriculture in the Sydney basin and lower Blue Mountains region of Australia 2010 J. Merson, R. Attwater, P. Ampt, H. Wildman and R. Chapple. 2010. ‘The challenges to urban agriculture in the Sydney basin and lower Blue Mountains region of Australia’, International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 8, 75-85

Assessing the distribution and protection status of 2 types of cool environment to facilitate their conservation under climate change 2014 Gollan, J.R., Ramp, D., Ashcroft, M.B., 2014. ‘Assessing the distribution and protection status of 2 types of cool environment to facilitate their conservation under climate change’. Conserv. Biol. 28 (2): 456–466

Using endemism to assess representation of protected areas – the family Myrtaceae in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area 2013 Laffan, S.W., Ramp, D., Roger, E., 2013. ‘Using endemism to assess representation of protected areas – the family Myrtaceae in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area’. J. Biogeogr. 40, 570–578.

Model-based control of observer bias for the analysis of presence-only data in ecology 2013 Warton, D.I., Renner, I.W., Ramp, D., 2013. ‘Model-based control of observer bias for the analysis of presence-only data in ecology’. PLoS One 8, e79168.

Niche evolution in Australian terrestrial mammals? Clarifying scale-dependencies in phylogenetic and functional drivers of co-occurrence 2013 Bino, G., Ramp, D., Kingsford, R.T., 2013. ‘Niche evolution in Australian terrestrial mammals? Clarifying scale-dependencies in phylogenetic and functional drivers of co-occurrence’. Evol. Ecol. 27, 1159–1173.

Improving bioregional frameworks for conservation by including mammal distributions 2013 Bino, G., Ramp, D., Kingsford, R.T., 2013. ‘Improving bioregional frameworks for conservation by including mammal distributions’. Austral Ecol. 38, 393–404.

A novel approach to quantify and locate potential microrefugia using topoclimate, climate stability, and isolation from the matrix 2012 Ashcroft, M.B., Gollan, J.R., Warton, D.I., Ramp, D., 2012. ‘A novel approach to quantify and locate potential microrefugia using topoclimate, climate stability, and isolation from the matrix’. Glob. Chang. Biol. 18, 1866–1879.

Potential lantana invasion of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area under climate change 2011 Gold, A., Ramp, D., Laffan, S.W., 2011. ‘Potential lantana invasion of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area under climate change’. Pacific Conserv. Biol. 17, 54–67.

Incorporating a distance cost in systematic reserve design 2011 Zhang, K., Laffan, S.W., Ramp, D., Webster, E., 2011. ‘Incorporating a distance cost in systematic reserve design’. Int. J. Geogr. Inf. Sci. 25, 393–404.

Chasing the unknown: predicting seed dispersal mechanisms from plant traits. 2010 Thomson, F.J., Moles, A.T., Auld, T.D., Ramp, D., Ren, S., Kingsford, R.T., 2010. ‘Chasing the unknown: predicting seed dispersal mechanisms from plant traits’. J. Ecol. 98, 1310–1318.

Research Reports

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Conference & Forum Papers

Below is a list of the conference & forum papers currently available for you to download:

  • World Parks Congress 2014, R. Chapple presentation on Fire Risk Management Communication
  • NSW Nature Conservation Council Annual Conference May 2007 – “Bushfire in a Heating World” – Conference Paper [ download pdf ]
  • ANZSYS Conference December 2006 “Sustaining our Social and Natural Capital” – List of Proceedings [ download pdf ]
  • Impact of climate change on World Heritage sites, Expert meeting at UNESCO, Paris, March 2006 – “The Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area” Paper [ download pdf ]
  • The Grose Valley Fire Forum 2007 – Report [ download pdf ]
  • BMWHI Fire & Climate Change Workshop 2005 – Report [ download pdf ]

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