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ANUWI 2008 member’s water publications

Journal articles

  • Bammer, G. (2008). ‘Enhancing research collaboration: Three key management challenges’ Research Policy, 37, 875-887.
  • Carroll, Leonardo (2008). A review of the relevance of demography to water and catchment planning.   Journal of Population Research 25(2): 119-139.
  • Connell, D. and R.Q. Grafton (2008). Planning for Water Security in the Murray-Darling Basin.Public Policy 3(1): 67-86.
  • Grafton, R.Q. and M. Ward (2008). Prices versus Rationing: Marshallian Surplus and Mandatory Water Restrictions. The Economic Record 84: S57-65.
  • Gross, C. (2008). A measure of fairness: An investigative framework to explore perceptions of fairness and justice in a real-life social conflict, Human Ecology Review, 15(2): 130-140.
  • Harriden, Kate and Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt (2008). “Act on Gender: A peep into intra-household water use in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Region” Rural Society Dec.,18(3). 
  • Harriden, Kate (2008). “Stormwater in Thailand: A potted history” Water March, 35(2).
  • Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala and Gopa Samanta (2008). ‘Like the drifting grains of sand: Vulnerability, security and adjustment by communities in the charlands of the Damodar delta, jointly with Gopa Samanta, South Asia, Journal of the South Asian Studies Association, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 320-357.
  • Littlewood, I.G. and Croke, B.F.W. (2008) “Data time-step dependency of conceptual rainfall-streamflow model parameters: an empirical study with implications for Modernization”, Hydrological Sciences Journal 53 (4), 685-695.
  • Lorenzen, S and Lorenzen R. (2008), ‘Institutionalizing the Informal: Irrigation and government intervention’, Development 51(1):77-82 (special issue: Water for People)
  • Kate Harriden and Leo Carroll (2008). ‘Roundtable: Policy Futures for Urban Water’, Dialogue, 27(1):74-79.
  • Pittock, J. (2008a). "Australia's Coorong Ramsar site as an example of climate change challenges Ramsar Bulletin, 29 September 2008  Retrieved 7 November 2008, from http://ramsar.org/features/features_australia_coorong.htm.
  • Pittock, J., Hansen, L.J., and Abell, R. (2008b). "Running dry: freshwater biodiversity, protected areas and climate change." Biodiversity 9(3 & 4): 30-38.
  • Powell, S.J.; Letcher, R.A., Croke, B.F.W. (2008). “Modelling floodplain inundation for environmental flows: Gwydir wetlands, Australia”, Ecological Modelling, 211 (3-4) 350-362 doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2007.09.013.
  • Ross, A., and   Dovers, S. (2008). Making the harder yards: environmental policy integration in Australia. Australian Journal of Public Administration. 67(3) 245-260.
  • Samanta, Gopa and Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt (2008). Marginal lives in marginal lands: Livelihood strategies of female-headed, immigrant, households in the charlands of river Damodar, West Bengal, in Sumi Krishna (ed) ‘Livelihoods and Citizenship in India’, Sage, New Delhi, pp. 99-120.
  • Weir, J. (2008) 'Connectivity', Australian Humanities Review, 45, pp.153-164.

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Books

  • Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala and Robert Wasson (eds) (2008). Water First: Issues and Challenges for Nations and Communities, Sage, New Delhi, August 2008.
  • Troy, Patrick (ed.) (2008). Troubled Waters: Confronting the Water Crisis in Australia’s Citieis, ANU E-Press.
  • Weir, J. Forthcoming, Murray River Country, Aboriginal Studies Press.

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Book chapters

  • Croke, B.F.W. and Jakeman, A.J. (2008), Use of the IHACRES rasinfall-runoff model in semi-arid regions. In Hydrological Modelling in Arid and Semi-Arid Areas, Wheater, H., Sorooshian, S. and Sharma, K.D. (Eds), International hydrology Series, Cambridge University Press, pp 41-48.
  • Crout, N., T. Kokkonen, A.J. Jakeman, J.P. Norton, L.T.H. Newham, R. Anderson, H. Assaf, B.F.W. Croke, N. Gaber, J. Gibbons, D. Holzworth, J. Mysiak, J. Reichl, R. Seppelt, T. Wagener, and P. Whitfield (2008). Good Modelling Practice. In Environmental Modelling, Software and Decision Support, A J Jakeman, A A Voinov, A E Rizzoli and S H Chen (Eds), Elsevier Series “Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment”, October 2008, pp 15-31.
  • Hussey, K. (2009) ‘Policy Integration and the Energy-Water Nexus: Accounting for, and managing, the links’, in Winand, P. and G. Pearman, Securing Sustainable Energy Futures in Europe and Australia, P.I.E PeterLang Publishers, Brussels.
  • Ross, A (2008). Australia . In A. Jordan and A. Lenschow (Eds), Innovation in Environmental Policy: Integrating the Environment for Sustainability, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar 289-312.

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Working papers

  • Altman, J.C. assisted by BRANCHUT, V. (2008) “Fresh water in the Maningrida region’s hybrid economy: Intercultural contestation over values and property rights”, CAEPR Working Paper No. 46, CAEPR, ANU, Canberra, vi+43pp
  • Harriden, Kate (2008). ASSA Policy Futures for Urban Water Roundtable 21 Nov., 2007 Dialogue March 2008 (27)
  • Hussey, K. (2008). A Critical Analysis of the European Union as an International Environmental Leader: opportunities, limitations and the quest for legitimacy”. Department of Political Science, Sociology and Criminology, The University of Melbourne. Available on-line.
  • Jones, N., Perez, P., D’Aquino, P. Measham, T.G., Kelly, G., Dray, A., Ferrand, N., Daniell, K.A. (2007) Evaluating Participatory Modeling: developing a framework for cross-case analysis. Socio-Economics and the Environment in Discussion (SEED). CSIRO Working Paper Series Number 2008-11. July 2008. ISSN 1834-5638. 44 pp. http://www.csiro.au/resources/SEEDPaper21.html

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Project reports

  • Bots, P. W. G., Daniell, K. A., Dionnet, M., Jamin, J.-Y., Koundouri, P., Maraux. F. (2008) Report: Design and application of virtual and real tests – general framework, comparison and insights gained, D5.3-3, AquaStress IP, FP6, Europe.
  • Daniell, K.A. (2008) Co-engineering participatory modelling processes for water planning and management / Co-ingénierie des processus de modélisation participative pour la planification et la gestion de l’eau (2 Volumes) PhD Thesis, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia and AgroParisTech, Montpellier, France, 735p.
  • Ferguson, C.M., B.F.W. Croke, J. P. Norton, S. Haydon, C.M. Davies, M.H. Krogh, N.J. Ashbolt (2008). Modeling of Variations in Watershed Pathogen Concentrations for Risk Management and Load Estimations. (project sponsored by the American Water Works Association Research Foundation), 307 pp.
  • Pusey, B. J., Kennard, M. J., Stein, J. L., Olden, J. D., Mackay, S. J., Hutchinson, M. F. and Sheldon, F. (Eds.) (2008). Ecohydrological regionalisation of Australia: a tool for management and science. Innovations Project GRU36, Final Report to Land and Water Australia.

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Conference publications / presentations

  • Croke, B., Norrish, N., Kumar, A., Islam, A., Dey, P., Cornish, P., Kumar, S., Ghosh, J., Insights into catchment behaviour for water harvesting assessment in the East India Plateau. In Miquel Sànchez-Marrè, Javier Béjar, Joaquim Comas, Andrea E. Rizzoli, Giorgio Guariso (Eds.) Proceedings of the iEMSs Fourth Biennial Meeting: International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (iEMSs 2008). International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Barcelona, Catalonia, July 2008. ISBN: 978-84-7653-074-0, Vol 1, pp454-461.
  • Croke, B., Wagener, T., Post, D., Freer, J. and Littlewood, I., Evaluating the information content of data for uncertainty reduction in hydrological modelling, Position paper for Workshop 2, iEMSs2008. In Miquel Sànchez-Marrè, Javier Béjar, Joaquim Comas, Andrea E. Rizzoli, Giorgio Guariso (Eds.) Proceedings of the iEMSs Fourth Biennial Meeting: International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (iEMSs 2008). International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Barcelona, Catalonia, July 2008. ISBN: 978-84-7653-074-0, Vol 3, pp1912-1926.
  • Daniell, K.A., Coad, P., Ferrand, N., White, I., Jones, N., Guise, K., Marvell, C., Burn, S., Perez, P. (2008) Participatory values-based risk management for the water sector. Proceedings of the Water Down Under 2008 Conference, 14-17 April 2008, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 969-981. ISBN 0-858-25735-1
  • Daniell, K.A., Coad, P., Ribarova, I.S., White, I., Ferrand, N., Rougier, J.-E., Jones, N., Popova, A., Tsoukiàs, A., Burn, S., Perez, P. (2008). Participatory risk management approaches for water governance: insights from Australia and Bulgaria. In: Proceedings of the World Water Congress, 1-4 September 2008, Montpellier, France. http://wwc2008.msem.univ-montp2.fr/resource/authors/abs387_article.pdf
  • Hulsmann, A., Hussey, K. and H. Larsen (2009). ‘Water, Energy and Climate’, in European Regional Document Submission to the 5th World Water Forum, European Water Partnership, Brussels.
  • Imache, A., Le Goulven, P., Bouarfa, S., Chabaca, M., Daniell K.A. (2008). Farmers’ Behaviours and Trends in Agricultural Water Demand: The Case of the Irrigated Mitidja Plain (Algeria). Proceedings of the Water Down Under 2008 Conference, 14-17 April 2008, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 2703-2710. ISBN 0-858-25735-1
  • Newell, B., Proust, K., Wiltshire, G., and Newell, D. (2008), Taking a Systems Approach to Estuary Management, Proceedings of the 17th NSW Coastal Conference, Wollongong, NSW.
  • Pittock, J. (2008 (In press)). Freshwater biodiversity conservation through protected areas: international obligations and lessons for Australia. Australian Protected Areas Congress, Sunshine Coast.
  • Pittock, J., Törnqvist, R., and Teutschbein, C. (2008). Theme Report – Water and Climate. 2008 Synthesis Report. Progress and Prospects on Water: For a Clean and Healthy World with Special Focus on Sanitation. World Water Week in Stockholm, August 17-23, 2008. Anon. Stockholm, Stockholm International Water Institute: 16-19.
  • Ribarova, I.S., Ninov, P.I., Daniell, K.A., Ferrand, N., Hare, M.(2008). Integration of technical and non-technical approaches for flood identification. Proceedings of the Water Down Under 2008 Conference, 14-17 April 2008, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 2598-2609. ISBN 0-858-25735-1
  • Ribarova, I.S., Ninov, P.I., Daniell, K.A., Ferrand, N., Hare, M.(2008). Integration of technical and non-technical approaches for flood identification. Proceedings of the Water Down Under 2008 Conference, 14-17 April 2008, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 2598-2609. ISBN 0-858-25735-1
  • Stein, J. L. (2008). The National Reserve System and the conservation of Australian riverine ecosystems (invited paper). Presented at What Water? Making Protected Areas Work for Freshwater Conservation. Seattle, Washington, November 5-7, 2008.
  • Stein, J. L. (2008). The National Reserve System and the conservation of riverine ecosystems (invited paper). Freshwater protected areas: linking science to policy and implementation,  First Australian Protected Areas Congress. Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, November 24-28 2008.
  • Stein, J. L., Hutchinson, M. F. and Stein, J. A. (2008). A stream and nested catchment framework (invited paper). Murray-Darling Freshwater Fish Information System Workshop II. Arthur Rylah Institute, Melbourne, 3rd. April, 2008.
  • Stewardson, M. J., Webb, A., Stein, J., Wealands, S. and Rutherfurd, I. (2008). The organisation of river networks: Is stream order a meaningful classification for stream ecology? Presented at NABS 56th Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah, 25-28 May, 2008
  • Strelein L and J Weir (2008). ‘Our Public and Private relationships with Native Title and Water’, seminar presentation, AIATSIS Seminar Series: Indigenous Public Policy: Responses from the Ground, Canberra, broadcasted to Broome, Darwin and Alice Springs, Monday 25 August.
  • Vinoli Thampapillai (2008). Limits to Government Water Buy-backs for Environmental Flows in the Murray Darling Basin, Australia, Canadian Law and Economics Conference, Faculty of Law,University of Toronto,  26-27 September 2008.
  • Weir, J (2008), ‘Climate Change, Life and Indigenous Livelihoods in the Murray-Darling Basin’,presentation, The Climate Change Crisis or the Crisis of Reason, Symposium in honour of Val Plumwood, Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University, 20 June.
  • Weir, J (2008), ‘Justice and equity – balancing conflicting priorities between irrigation, sustainability, indigenous and recreational interests?’, Guest Lecture, International Water Politics Masters course, Crawford School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University, 18 April.
  • Weir, J (2008), ‘Murray River Country: an ecological dialogue with traditional owners’, seminar presentation, Fenner School of Environment and Society Seminar Series, The Australian National University, Canberra, 6 March.
  • Weir, J (2008), ‘Murray River Country: an ecological dialogue with traditional owners’, handback of thesis results, Murray Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations meeting, Melbourne, 16 May.
  • Weir, J (2008), ‘Natural Resource Management is not Caring for Country: Caring for Country is not Natural Resource Management’, Institute of Australian Geographers’ Conference, University of Tasmania, 1 July. 
  • Weir, J (2008), ‘Water and native title: political/legal transformations and their ecological context’, presentation to Native Title Conference, Perth, 5 June.
  • Weir, J. (2008). ‘River Connectivity and Modern Dualisms: A Crash Course’, Guest Seminar, Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Wednesday 17 September .
  • Weir, J. (2008). ‘Cultural Flows and Environmental Flows – what’s the difference?’, conference presentation Riversymposium, Brisbane, Monday 1 September.
  • Weir, J. (2008). ‘Murray River Country: an Ecological Dialogue from a Catastrophic Catchment’, Australian Water Association, ACT Branch, Canberra, 30 September.
  • Weir, J. (2008). ‘Native Title and Water’, Guest Seminar, Native Title Unit, Attorney General’s Department, Wednesday 9 July.
  • Weir, J. (2008). ‘Natural resource management is not caring for country’, Guest Seminar, Department of Environment and Climate Change workshop, Sydney, Wednesday 3 September. 
  • Weir, J. (2008). ‘Theorising water management narratives’, Guest Seminar, Human Geography Seminar Series, Research School of Asia and Pacific, The Australian National University, Monday 8 September.
  • Weir, J. (2008). ‘Understanding and Responding to the Destruction of the Murray River’, seminar presentation, Canberra Archaeology Society, Canberra, 20 August 2008.

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