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ANUWI 2010 member’s water publications

Journal articles

  • Barreteau, O., Bots, P.W.G., Daniell, K.A. (2010) A framework for clarifying “participation” in participatory research to prevent its rejection for the wrong reasons. Ecology and Society, Vol.15, No. 2, Art. 1. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss2/art1/
  • Carroll, Leonardo (2010).  An information jungle: socio-economic data for water management. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 17(2): 88-99.
  • Carroll, Leonardo (2010).  Population and water: where does it matter?  People and Place 18(3):14-26.
  • Connell, D.  and R.Q. Grafton. Water Reform in the Murray-Darling Basin. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2010WR00982, 2011(in press).
  • Daniell, K.A., Ferrand, N., White, I., Coad, P., Ribarova, I.S., Rougier, J.-E., Hare, M., Popova, A., Jones, N., Burn, S., Perez, P. (2010) Co-engineering participatory water management processes: insights from Australia and Bulgaria, Ecology and Society Vol.15, No. 4, Art. 11.  http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss4/art11/
  • Daniell, K.A., Máñez Costa, M.A., Ferrand, N., Kingsborough, A.B., Coad, P., Ribarova, I.S. (2010) Aiding multi-level decision-making processes for climate change mitigation and adaptation, Regional Environmental Change, Online First. DOI: 10.1007/s10113-010-0162-0
  • Darren Sinclair, “Water Efficiency Plans: Policy and Practice” (with N Gunningham) Environmental Planning and Law Journal, Volume 27, Number 5, September 2010, pages 331-345.
  • Dore, J., and L. Lebel. 2010. Deliberation and scale in Mekong Region water governance. Environmental Management 46:60-80.
  • Dore, J., and L. Lebel. 2010. Gaining public acceptance: A critical strategic priority of the World Commission on Dams. Water Alternatives 3:124-141.
  • Grafton, R.Q. (2010). How to Improve Cost Effectiveness of Water Reform and Increase Environmental Flows in the Murray-Darling Basin. Agenda, 17(2), 17-40.
  • Gunningham, N. (2010). “Water Efficiency Plans: Policy and Practice” (with D Sinclair) Environmental Planning and Law Journal, Volume 27, Number 5, September 2010, pages 331-345.
  • Kennard, M. J., B. J. Pusey, J. D. Olden, S. J. Mackay, J. L. Stein and N. Marsh (2010). Classification of natural flow regimes in Australia to support environmental flow management. Freshwater Biology 55: 171-193
  • Kim, H.S., Croke, B.F.W., Jakeman, A.J. and Chiew, F.H.S. (2010). An assessment of modelling capacity to identify the impacts of climate variability on catchment hydrology, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (in press)
  • Moore, D., J. Dore, and D. Gyawali. 2010. The World Commission on Dams + 10: Revisiting the large dam controversy. Water Alternatives 3:3-13.
  • Pittock, J. and C. M. Finlayson (in press). "Australia's Murray-Darling Basin: freshwater ecosystem conservation options in an era of climate change." Marine and Freshwater Research. Available at: http://www.publish.csiro.au/view/journals/dsp_journals_pip_abstract.cfm?nid=127&ver=4&pip=MF09319
  • Pittock, J. and Connell, D., 2010. Australia demonstrates the planet’s future: water and climate in the Murray-Darling Basin, International Journal of Water Resources Development, 26(4): 561 — 578. Available at: http://pdfserve.informaworld.com/567366_731193485_930088044.pdf
  • Pittock, J. and J. Hartmann (in press). "Taking a second look: climate change, periodic re-licensing and better management of old dams." Marine and Freshwater Research. Available at: http://www.publish.csiro.au/view/journals/dsp_journals_pip_abstract.cfm?nid=127&ver=3&pip=MF09302
  • Pittock, J. and Lankford, B. A., 2010. Environmental water requirements: demand management in an era of water scarcity, Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences, 7(1): 75 - 93. Available at: http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/19438151003603159
  • Pittock, J. and Xu, M., 2011. World Resources Report Case Study. Controlling Yangtze River floods: A new approach, In World Resources Report 2010: Decision making in a changing climate. World Resources Institute, Washington DC. Available at: http://www.worldresourcesreport.org/files/wrr/WRR%20Case%20Study_Controlling%20Yangtze%20River%20Floods_1.pdf
  • Pittock, J., 2010. A pale reflection of political reality: Integration of global climate, wetland, and biodiversity agreements, Climate Law, 1(3): 343-373. Available at: http://iospress.metapress.com/content/a83163445w048r27/?p=86ff4e1491a44547b44220b993272d06&pi=0
  • Pittock, J., 2010. Better management of hydropower in an era of climate change, Water Alternatives, 3(2): 444-452. Available at: http://www.water-alternatives.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=123&Itemid=1
  • Pittock, J., Finlayson, C. M., Gardner, A. and McKay, C., 2010. Changing character: the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands and climate change in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia, Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 27(6): 401-425. Available at: http://legalonline.thomson.com.au/jour/resultSummary.jsp?tocType=fullText&curRequestedHref=journals/EPLJ
  • Qureshi, E., R.Q. Grafton and M. Kirby. Understanding irrigation water use efficiency at different scales for better policy reform — a case study of the Murray Darling Basin, Australia. Water Policy, doi:10.2166/wp.2010.063, 2010.
  • Robins, L. 2010, National grants: A mechanism for embedding decentralized governance arrangements for watershed management. Horizons. 10(4): 64-68.
  • Ross, A. and P Martinez-Santos (2010), “The Challenge of Groundwater Governance: Case Studies from Spain and Australia”, Regional Environmental Change 10 299-310.
  • Turak, E., S. Ferrier, T. O. M. Barrett, E. Mesley, M. Drielsma, G. Manion, G. Doyle, J. Stein and G. Gordon (2010 online). Planning for the persistence of river biodiversity: exploring alternative futures using process-based models, Freshwater Biology 56(1): 39-56
  • Van Delden, H., Seppelt, R., White, R., and Jakeman, A.J. (in press) A methodology for the design and development of integrated models for policy support, Environmental Modelling and Software
  • von Korff, Y., D’Aquino, P., Daniell, K.A., Bijlsma, R. (2010) Designing participation processes for water management and beyond. Ecology and Society, Vol.15, No.3, Art 1. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss3/art1/

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Books

  • Dore, J., J. Robinson, and M. Smith, editors. 2010. Negotiate: Reaching Agreements Over Water. IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), Gland, Switzerland. 120 pages. ISBN 78-2-8317-1028-0.
  • Water Resources, Planning and Management: Challenges and Solutions (Cambridge University Press, England), 2011. Co-edited with Karen Hussey.
  • Weir, J.K. 2010 ‘Cultural Flows in Murray River Country’, book excerpt, Australian Humanities Review, 48, pp.131-142.

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Book chapters

  • Connell, D., R.Q. Grafton, and J. Ward. The Case for a Revised National Water Initiative for Northern Australia, In Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review 2009. Chapter 23, 2010.
  • Connell, D., R.Q. Grafton, and J. Ward. The Case for a Revised National Water Initiative for Northern Australia, In Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review 2009. Chapter 23, 2010.
  • Daniell, K.A., Mazri, C., Tsoukiàs, A. (2010) Real world decision-aiding: a case of participatory water management. In: Rios Insua, D. and French, S. (eds) e-Democracy: A Group Decision and Negotiation Perspective, (Advances in Group Decision and Negotiation Series, Vol. 5, Part 2) Springer, Dordrecht. pp. 125-150, DOI: 10.1007/978-90-481-9045-4_8.
  • Dore, J. 2010. Multi-Stakeholder Platforms. Pages 37-58 in J. Dore, J. Robinson, and M. Smith, editors. Negotiate: Reaching Agreements Over Water. IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), Gland.
  • Dore, J., and M. Smith. 2010. Why negotiate? Pages 15-21 in J. Dore, J. Robinson, and M. Smith, editors. Negotiate: Reaching Agreements Over Water. IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), Gland, Switzerland.
  • Grafton, R.Q. J. Ward, S. McClennon and J. McColl. A Primer for Water Institutions and Governance: Concepts, Definitions and Measures, In Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review 2009. Chapter 17, 2010.
  • Gross, Catherine (2011). Perceptions of injustice in the Murray-Darling Basin: Why justice is important in water allocation decision-making processes. In: Murray-Darling Basin Choices: Planning for a Better Future, eds. R.Q. Grafton and D. Connell, ANU EPress, Canberra (forthcoming).
  • 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.
  • Nikolakis, W. (2011) Providing for social equity in water markets: the case for an indigenous reserve in northern Australia, in R. Q. Grafton and K. Hussey (Eds.) Water Resources Planning and Management, Cambridge University Press.
  • Sendzimir, J., Magnuszewski, P., Barreteau, O., Ferrand, N., Daniell, K.A., Haase, D. (2010) Participatory Modelling. In: Mysiak, J.,  Henrikson, H.J., Sullivan, C., Bromley, J., Pahl-Wostl, C. (eds) The Adaptive Water Resource Management Handbook, Earthscan, London, UK, pp. 39-43. ISBN: 978-1-84407-792-2
  • Vernon, A., J. Dore, and D. Gyawali. 2010. Constructive engagement. Pages 23-35 in J. Dore, J. Robinson, and M. Smith, editors. Negotiate: Reaching Agreements Over Water. IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), Gland, Switzerland.
  • Ward, J. McColl, J., Nikolakis, W., Taylor, B., Abel, N., and Grafton, R.Q. (2009) Chapter 28 A robust framework for sharing water in northern Australia in Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review, North Australia Land and Water Taskforce, Canberra. Available at: http://www.nalwt.gov.au/files/Chapter_28_A_Robust_design_framework_for_sharing_water_in_northern_Australia.pdf
  • Ward, J., J. McColl, W. Nikolakis, B. Taylor, N. Abel and R. Quentin Grafton. A Robust Framework for Sharing Water in Northern Australia, In Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review 2009. Chapter 28, 2010.

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Reports

  • Altman, J.C., Jordan, K., Kerins, S., Buchanan, G., Biddle, N., Ens, E., And May, K.‘Indigenous interests in land and water’, in P. Stone (ed.), Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review 2009 Full Report, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Canberra, 56pp. http://www.nalwt.gov.au/files/Chapter_07-Indigenous_interests_in_land_and_water.pdf
  • Altman, J.C., Jordan, K., Kerins, S., Buchanan, G., Biddle, N., Ens, E., And May, K.‘Indigenous interests in land and water’, in P. Stone (ed.), Northern Australia Land and Water Science Review 2009 Chapter Summaries, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Canberra, pp. 20–21, available at http://www.nalwt.gov.au/files/337388_NLAW_Review_2009.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.
  • 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.
  • Kennard, M., D. Ward, J. Stein, B. J. Pusey, B. D. Cook and V. Hermoso (2010). Key findings, knowledge gaps and recommendations for future development of the HCVAE framework. In Identifying high conservation value aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia. Final Report for the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts and the National Water Commission. M. J. Kennard (ed). Darwin, Charles Darwin University: 151-154. (http://www.track.gov.au/publications/registry/843)
  • Manning, A. D., D. J. Shorthouse, J. L. Stein and J. A. Stein (2010). Ecological Connectivity for Climate Change in the ACT and surrounding region. Canberra, Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University.
  • Ward, D., J. Stein, R. Carew and M. Kennard (2010). Hydrosystem delineation, environmental attribution and classification. In Identifying high conservation value aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia. Final Report for the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts and the National Water Commission. M. J. Kennard (ed). Darwin, Charles Darwin University: 19-47 (http://www.track.gov.au/publications/registry/843)

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Working papers

  • Connell, Daniel (2010), 'Managing Climate Variability in Australia, South Africa, United States and Spain', CWEEP Research Paper 10-12
  • Connell, Daniel (2010), 'Sustainability and the National Water Initiative', CWEEP Research Paper 10-06
  • Connell, Daniel and R. Quentin Grafton, (2010), 'Water Governance in the Murray-Darling Basin: Challenges and Opportunities', CWEEP Research Paper 10-07
  • Daniell, J.E., Daniell, K.A., Daniell, T.M., Khazai, B. (2010) A country level physical and community risk index in the Asia-Pacific region for earthquakes and floods. Proceedings 5th Civil Engineering Conference in the Asia Region (CECAR5) and the Australasian Structural Engineering Conference 2010 (ASEC2010), 8-12 August 2010, Sydney, Australia. ISBN 978-0-646-53727-6
  • Daniell, K.A., Hogan, A., Cleary, J. (2010) Breaking down the “one-size-fits-all” approach to rural and regional policy in the face of climate change: enhancing policy initiatives through multi-level governance, Climate Change Adaptation and Governance Workshop, NCCARF Social, Economic and Institutional Dimensions Network, 16-19 November, UNSW Sydney,10p.
  • Dore, J., F. Molle, L. Lebel, T. Foran, and K. Lazarus. 2010. Improving Mekong Water Allocation. M-POWER PN67 Project Report, Challenge Program on Water and Food, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  • El Sawah, S. and Jakeman, A. “An  Adaptive Water Management in the Australian Capital Territory: An Integrated Assessment Approach”, Working paper for the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) World Institute Research program on Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies (CMAS), 2010.
  • Finlayson, C. M. and Pittock, J. Rivers and other wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin – Priorities for biodiversity and ecosystem services.
  • Grafton, Quentin and Qiang Jiang, (2010), 'Economics of Water Recovery in the Murray-Darling Basin', CWEEP Research Paper 10-11
  • Grafton, Quentin, Clay Landry, Gary Libecap, Sam McGlennon, Bob O’Brien, (2010), 'An Integrated Assessment of Water Markets: Australia, Chile, China, South Africa and the USA', CWEEP Research Paper 10-09
  • Grafton, Quentin, Hoang Long Chu, Michael Stewardson and Tom Kompas, (2010), 'Optimal Dynamic Water Allocation: Irrigation Extractions and Environmental Tradeoffs in the Murray River, Australia', CWEEP Research Paper 10-08
  • Grafton, R. Quentin (2010), 'Economic Costs and Benefits of the Proposed Basin Plan', CWEEP Basin Plan Research Paper 10-01
  • Grafton, R. Quentin and Michael B. Ward, (2008), 'Prices versus Rationing: Marshallian Surplus and Mandatory Water Restrictions', The Economic Record, Vol. 84, Special Issue, pp. S57-65
  • Grafton, R. Quentin and Michael B. Ward, (2010), 'Dynamically Efficient Urban Water Policy', CWEEP Research Paper 10-13
  • Grafton, R. Quentin, Qiang Jiang, (2010), 'Economics of Drought, Water Diversions, Water Recovery and Climate Change in the Murray-Darling Basin', CWEEP Research Paper 10-01
  • Grafton, R. Quentin, Tom Kompas, Hang To, Michael Ward, (2009), 'Residential Water Consumption: A Cross Country Analysis', CWEEP Research Paper 09-01
  • Jiang, Qiang (2010), 'An overview of the Integrated Irrigated Agriculture Water Model (IIAWM) of the Murray Darling Basin', CWEEP Research Paper 10-03
  • Lazarus, K., D. J. H. Blake, J. Dore, W. Sukraroek, and D. S. Hall. 2011 (in press). Negotiating flows in the Mekong. in K. Lazarus, N. Badenoch, B. Resurreccion, and D. Nga, editors. Water Rights and Social Justice in the Mekong Region. Earthscan.
  • Nikolakis, W.D. and Grafton, R.Q. (2009). Analysis of institutional arrangements and constraints affecting the establishment of water markets across northern Australia. Charles Darwin University, Darwin, 81 pages.
  • Nikolakis, W.D., Grafton, R.Q. and Tho, H. 2010. Stakeholder attitudes and values to water markets across northern Australia. Charles Darwin University, Darwin, 120 pages.
  • Pittock, J. and Finlayson, C. M. Freshwater ecosystem conservation in the Basin: principles versus policy.
  • Pittock, J. National climate change policies and sustainable water management: conflicts and synergies.
  • Ross, A. (2010) “ Factors Affecting Integrated Surface Water and Groundwater Management in the Murray Darling Basin” in review.
  • Smajgl, A., T. Foran, J. Dore, S. Larson, and J. Ward. 2010. Visions, beliefs and transformation: Methods for understanding cross-scale and trans-boundary dynamics in the wider Mekong region. CSIRO.

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Conference publications / presentations

  • Atkinson, H and J Weir (2010), ‘Water flows: culture and the environment’, Guest Seminar, Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Canberra, 19 May.
  • Bennett, N.D., Croke, B.F.W., Jakeman, A.J., Lachlan T.H. Newham, L.T.H. and Norton, J.P. (2010) Performance evaluation of environmental models. Proceedings InternationalEnvironmental Modelling and Software Society, David Swayne et al. (eds), Ottawa, Canada, http://www.iemss.org/iemss2010/proceedings.html
  • Carroll, Leonardo (2010).  Planning for a ‘big Australia’ – the role of Australia’s water reforms.  Paper delivered at the Australian Population Association Biennial Conference, Gold Coast, December 2010.
  • Daniell, Katherine  (2010). Invited speaker on “Multi-level participatory modelling for integrated planning and water management” and discussant at the “Participatory modelling to promote adaptive management of rural socio-ecological systems in multi-scale contexts” side event to the “Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development”, Montpellier, France, 1 April 2010.
  • Daniell, Katherine (2010).  Invited speaker on the topic of: “Participatory approaches to multi-level governance in the water sector” for the Society for Sustainability and Environmental Engineering, Engineers Australia, Canberra, 26 Oct 2010.
  • Daniell, Katherine (2010).  Speaker on the topic of:  “Participatory Risk Management Practice in Australia and Bulgaria” at the “Multi-Level Governance Symposium”, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. 11 June 2010:
  • Daniell, Katherine (2010). Invited seminar presenter on “Implementing multi-level participatory modelling processes: insights from risk management interventions in the water sector” at the Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University, Oxford, 9 April 2010.
  • Daniell, Katherine (2010). Speaker on the topic of “Decision-aiding for multi-accountable groups: a challenge for regional sustainable development” at the 50th European Regional Science Association’s (ERSA) conference “Sustainable Regional Growth and Development in the Creative Knowledge Economy”, Jönköping, Sweden, 21 Aug 2010.
  • Daniell, Katherine (2010). Speaker, Climate Change Adaptation and Governance Workshop, NCCARF Social, Economic and Institutional Dimensions Network, UNSW, Sydney, 17 Nov 2010.
  • Dixon-Jain, P., Ivkovic, K.M., Clarke, J.D.A., Werner, A.D., Sundaram, B., Wallace, L., Garlapati, N., 2010. A national-scale vulnerability assessment of seawater intrusion in Australian coastal aquifers, Groundwater 2010, the challenge of sustainable management, joint IAH-GSA conference, Canberra, 31 October – 4 November 2010.
  • El Sawah, S. (2009) "Simply, we need to build a new dam", is it really "SIMPLE"", PhD colloquium, 27th International Conference of System Dynamics Society, Albuquerque, USA, 26 – 31 July, 2009.
  • El Sawah, S., McLucas A. (2010) “The use of Information and Communication Tools to support public engagement in water resource management”, Ground Water 2010, Canberra, Australia, 31 October-4 November, 2010.
  • El Sawah, S., McLucas A. and Mazanov, J. (2009) "Communication about Water Management in the Australian Capital Territory: A System Dynamics Modelling Approach", 27th International Conference of System Dynamics Society, Albuquerque, USA, 26 – 31 July, 2009.
  • El Sawah, S., McLucas A. and Ryan, M. (2010) “Communicating the relationship between supply and demand in the management of the ACT’s water”, Systems Engineering and Test & Evaluation Conference (SETE), Adelaide, Australia, 3-6 May, 2010.
  • El Sawah, S., McLucas A. and Ryan, M. (2010) “Understanding the complex system dynamics of managing water security”, 20th International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), Chicago, USA, 12 – 15 July, 2010.
  • El Sawah, S., McLucas A., and Mazanov, J. (2009) "Modelling Water Resource in the Australian Capital Territory: Knowledge Elicitation for System Dynamics Model Building", 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Cairns, Australia, 13–17 July, 2009.
  • El Sawah, S., McLucas, A. and Mazanov, J. (2008)  “Water Management in the ACT: Problem Structuring using SODA”, the Australian Society for Operation Research Bulletin, 27, 2.
  • El Sawah, S., McLucas, A. and Mazanov, J. (2008) “Water Management in the Australian Capital Territory: A System Dynamics Intervention”, 26th International Conference of System Dynamics Society, Athens, Greece, 20 – 24 July, 2008.
  • Grafton, Quentin. Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand Counterintuitive Seminars, 4 November 2010
  • Grafton, Quentin. Keynote speaker at 8th Annual Water Summit, 26 October 2010.
  • Grafton, Quentin. Keynote speaker at AARES Special Symposium on Urban water Symposium, 30 September, 2010.
  • Grafton, Quentin. Keynote speaker at Australian Economic Forum 2010, 6 August 2010.
  • Grafton, Quentin. Prime Minister & Cabinet, Moving Forward with Water Reform in Australia, 20 August 2010.
  • Grafton, Quentin.National Press Club of Australia, Murray-Darling Basin Plan: River Rescue or Rural Disaster, 20 October 2010.
  • Gross, Catherine (2010).  Fenner School Public Seminar, 4/3/10, "Fairness and Justice in Environmental Decision-Making"
  • Gross, Catherine (2010). ANU Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance conference, 15 -16 July, "Democratising Climate Governance", Presentation "Decision-makers seeking global justice in a changing climate must first understand the importance of perceived injustice in decision-making processes"
  • Gross, Catherine (2010). Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Canberra, 17/11/10, Presented Seminar "Perceptions of Injustice in the Murray-Darling Basin: Why justice is important in water allocation decision-making processes"
  • Horner, K.N. (2010). Australian Earth Sciences Convention 2010, Canberra, Australia 4-8 July, presented a poster titled “Development of a Geochemical Toolbox for the Lower Murrumbidgee GMA”.
  • Horner, K.N. (2010). Groundwater 2010, Canberra, Australia, 31 October to 4 November, presented a paper titled “A Conceptual Model of Groundwater Salinity in the Lower Murrumbidgee GMA”.
  • Horner, K.N. (2010). International Association of Hydrogeologists 2010 Annual Congress, Krakow, Poland, 12-17 September, presented a paper titled “Quantifying groundwater dynamics in a semi-arid silicate aquifer, Murray Basin, Australia”.
  • Keesman, K.J., Newham, L.T.H. and Jakeman, A.J. (2010) Set-membership approach for identification of the uncertainty in power-law relationships: the case of sediment yield. Proceedings International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, David Swayne et al. (eds), Ottawa, Canada, http://www.iemss.org/iemss2010/proceedings.html
  • Kragt, M.E., Bennett, J.W. and Jakeman, A.J. (2010)An integrated assessment approach to linking biophysical modelling and economic valuation tools. Proceedings International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, David Swayne et al. (eds), Ottawa, Canada, http://www.iemss.org/iemss2010/proceedings.html
  • Morgan, M, Ross, S and J Weir. (2010), panel presentation ‘Murray River Country’, Yabun, 26 January, Sydney. 
  • Nikolakis, William (2010).  Determining the Feasibility and Viability of Water Markets in Northern Australia, preliminary presentation to Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge network, Griffith University, Brisbane, 2009.
  • Nikolakis, William (2010).  Economics and the Environment Symposium, November 22, 2010 Opportunities and Challenges for Water Markets across Northern Australia, Crawford School,
  • Nikolakis, William (2010).  Indigenous Water Policy Group, Annual Meeting, November 30 2010, Stakeholder Attitudes and Values to Water Markets, Cairns
  • Nikolakis, William (2010). Crawford Seminar September 15 2010, Stakeholder Attitudes and Values to Water Markets.
  • Nikolakis, William (2010). TRaCK, September 30 2010  Stakeholder Attitudes and Values to Water Markets, Griffith University Queensland
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “An ACT perspective: fat, lazy fish don’t jump.” Water Governance Network, National Climate Change Adaptation and Research Facility, Canberra, 16 November 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Australian wetlands.” Australia China Environment Development Partnership Seminar: Water and Wetlands, ANU, Canberra, 29 July 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Can’t see the water for the carbon: The threat to rivers from climate change policies.” 13th International Riversymposium, Perth, 14 October 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Carbon trading, CDM, and water.” Australia – China Environment Development Program study tour, ANU, Canberra, 13 August 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Climate change and adaptation,” For the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, ANU, Canberra, 2 November 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Climate change and adaptation.” For the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, ANU, Canberra, 7 April 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Ecological science perspective on the Guide to the proposed Murray-Darling Basin Plan.” ENGO meeting, The University of Melbourne, 4 November 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “How not to win friends and influence people: Consideration of biodiversity and wetland by the UNFCCC.” PhD Seminar, School of Environment and Society, ANU, Canberra, 1 September 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Integrating national policies.” Climate, Energy and Water Nexus Forum, ANU, Canberra, 3 December 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Integration of global climate, wetland and biodiversity agreements.” Democratising Climate Governance conference, ANU, Canberra, 16 July 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Lessons from river management for climate change adaptation.” Beijing Forestry University, 17 May 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “The Murray-Darling Basin and Basin Planning” (with Grafton and Connell). UNESCO Chair South African Water Governance Workshop, ANU, Canberra, 26 November 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Water governance: an international perspective.” Water Governance Network, National Climate Change Adaptation and Research Facility, Canberra, 15 November 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010). “Wetland conservation in an era of climate change: risks and benefits of soft versus hard management paths.” Challenges in Environmental Science & Engineering, Cairns, 30 September 2010.
  • Pittock, Jamie (2010).. Charles Sturt University, NCCARF and CSIRO Workshop: Adaptation options for wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin. Presentation “Adaptation: policies and management responses for wetlands” (with Catherine Gross), 12 July 2010.
  • Quentin Grafton, Keynote address to the 11th Australian Competition & Consumer Commission Regulatory Conference, 30 July 2010.
  • Quentin Grafton, Plenary speaker at Australia 21 Conference ‘Shaping Australia’s Resilience: Policy Developments for an Uncertain Future’, 16 February 2010.
  • Reinhardt, Walter (2010). Water Smart in the Garden State delivered at the Australian Water Association national Efficiency Conference 2/3/11
  • Ross, Andrew (2010).  Integrated Surface Water and Groundwater Management - Easy to Say Hard to Do - Experience from in the Murray Darling Basin and the Western USA, IWRRI Seminar, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 5 May 2010 (during 2 month US visit for PhD fieldwork)
  • Ross, Andrew (2010).  Multi-level water governance in the Murray-Darling Basin and the Western USA, ANU Multi-Level Governance Symposium ‘Partnering to drive theory and practice’Friday, 11 June 2010
  • Ross, Andrew (2010).  Water Security beneath Our Feet: Rural Aquifer Storage and Recovery in the Murray-Darling Basin and the Western USA, Groundwater 2010, Canberra, 31 October-3 November 2010
  • Ross, Andrew (2010). Integrated Surface Water and Groundwater Governance: Towards a Research Agenda, NCCARF Workshop on Water Governance, Canberra 14-15 November 2010
  • Tickle, Phil, Crossman, S., McDonald, E, Gallant, J., Hutchinson, M. and Stein, J, (2010). Building the Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric Geoscience Australia, Canberra 20th. October, 2010
  • Weir, J, (2010), Murray River Country: Indigenous Perspectives on River Devastation, Guest Lecture, ENVS2013 Environment and Development, Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University, 10 September 2010.
  • Weir, J, (2010), Native Title and Land and Water Catchment Management, Guest Lecture, ENVS3004 Land and Catchment Management, Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University, 14 September 2010.

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