Papers from 2012
Fire size/frequency modelling as a means of assessing wildfire database reliability, Chris S. Eastaugh and Harald Vacik
2012 Austrian Journal of Forest Science 129:3-4 228-247.
Spacing affects stem form, early growth and branching in young whitewood (Endospermum medullosum) plantations in Vanuatu, Kevin S. Glencross, J Doland Nichols, John C. Grant, Mesek Sethy, and R Geoff B. Smith
2012 International Forestry Association 14:4 442-451.
2012 Australian Journal of Zoology 59:5 277-294.
Silvicultural implications arising from a simple simulation model for Endospermum medullosum in Vanuatu, John C. Grant, Kevin S. Glencross, J Doland Nichols, Graeme Palmer, M Sethy, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 International Forestry Review 14:4 452-462.
Site suitability and land availability for endospermum medullosum plantation on Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu, John C. Grant, T Moffatt, M Sethy, B Grieve, and K Convery
2012 International Forestry Review 144424-432.
Depth distribution of roots of Eucalyptus dunnii and Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata in different soil conditions, John C. Grant, J Doland Nichols, R Ling Yao, R Geoff B Smith, Paul D. Brennan, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 Forest Ecology and Management 269 249-258.
Developing establishment guidelines for Shorea palosapis in smallholder plantings in the Philippines, Nestor O. Gregorio, John L. Herbohn, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 International Forestry Review 14:4 492-501.
Developing establishment guidelines for shores palosapis in smallholder plantings in the Philippines, N O. Gregorio, J L. Herbohn, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 International Forestry Review 14:4 492-501.
Logging scars in Ghanaian high forest: towards improved models for sustainable production, William D. Hawthorne, Douglas Sheil, V K. Agyeman, M Abu Juam, and C AM Marshall
2012 Forest Ecology and Management 271 27-36.
2012 Forest Ecology and Management 263:1 114-121.
The dilemma of green business in tropical forests: how to protect what it cannot identify?, Erik Meijaard and Douglas Sheil
2012 Conservation Letters 5:5 342-348.
Domestication of native tree species for timber plantations: key insights for tropical island nations, J Doland Nichols and Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 International Forestry Review 14:4 402-413.
Sustaining conservation values in selectively logged tropical forests: the attained and the attainable, Francis E. Putz, Pieter A. Zuidema, Timothy Synnott, Marielos Peña-Claros, Michelle A. Pinard, Douglas Sheil, Jerome K. Vanclay, Plinio Sist, Sylvie Gourlet-Fleury, Bronson Griscom, John Palmer, and Roderick Zagt
2012 Conservation Letters 5:4 296-303.
An evaluation of the conical approximation as a generic model for estimating stem volume, biomass and nutrient content in young Eucalyptus plantations, Stan J. Rance, Daniel S. Mendham, David M. Cameron, and Timothy S. Grove
2012 New Forests 43:1 109-128.
Connecting silos: inviting art and science interactions, Amanda Jean Reichelt-Brushett and John Smith
2012 Leonardo: Art, Science and Technology 45:5 484-485.
The impacts of selective logging on non-timber forest products of livelihood importance, Lucy Rist, Patricia Shanley, Terry Sunderland, Douglas Sheil, Ousseynou Ndoye, Nining Liswanti, and Julius Tieguhongf
2012 Forest Ecology and Management 268 57-69.
Do anthropogenic dark earths occur in the interior of Borneo? some initial observations from East Kalimantan, Douglas Sheil, Imam Basuki, Laura German, Thomas W. Kuyper, Godwin Limberg, Rajindra K. Puri, Bernard Sellato, Meine van Noordwijk, and Eva Wollenberg
2012 Forests 3:2 207-229.
Bamboo for people, mountain gorillas, and golden monkeys: evaluating harvest and conservation trade-offs and synergies in the Virunga volcanoes, Douglas Sheil, Mark Ducey, Fredrick Ssali, Joseph Mukasa Ngubwagye, Miriam van Heist, and Pontious Ezuma
2012 Forest Ecology and Management 267 163-171.
Diversity of locally useful tropical forest wild-plants as a function of species richness and informant culture, Douglas Sheil and Agus Salim
2012 Biodiversity and Conservation 21:3 687-699.
A review of site-preparation, fertilizer and weeding practices for tropical plantation species with recommendations for whitewood (Endospermum medullosum) in Vanuatu, R Geoff B. Smith, Kevin Glencross, J Doland Nichols, John C. Grant, and Mesek Sethy
2012 International Forestry Review 14:4 433-441.
Facilitated movement over major roads is required to minimise extinction risk in an urban metapopulation of a gliding mammal, Brendan D. Taylor and Ross L. Goldingay
2012 Wildlife Research 39 685-695.
Restoring connectivity in landscapes fragmented by major roads: a case study using wooden poles as “stepping stones” for gliding mammals, Brendan D. Taylor and Ross L. Goldingay
2012 Restoration Ecology 20:6 671-678.
2012 Australian Forestry 75:1 1-2.
Impact factor: outdated artefact or stepping-stone to journal certification?, Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 Scientometrics 92:2 211-238.
Modelling continuous cover forests, Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 Continuous cover forestry:23 229-241.
2012 Journal of Informetrics 6:1 19-26.
What was wrong with Australia's journal ranking?, Jerome K. Vanclay
2012 Journal of Informetrics 6:1 53-54.
Metrics to evaluate research performance in academic institutions: a critique of ERA 2010 as applied in forestry and the indirect H2 index as a possible alternative, Jerome K. Vanclay and Lutz Bornmann
2012 Scientometrics 91:3 751-771.
Plantation-grown whitewood timber in Vanuatu: challenges and opportunities for export and domestic use, R Viranamangga, Graeme Palmer, and Kevin S. Glencross
2012 International Forestry Review 14:4 486-491.
A strategy of Ca2+ alleviating Na+ toxicity in salt-treated Cyclocarya paliurus seedlings: photosynthetic and nutritional responses, Ruiling yao, Shengzuo Fang, and J Doland Nichols
2012 Plant Growth Regulation 68:3 351-359.
Papers from 2011
Den trees, hollow-bearing trees and nest boxes: management of squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) nest sites in tropical Australian woodland, Tina Ball, Ross L. Goldingay, and Judith Wake
2011 Australian Mammalogy 33:1 106-116.
The evolving role of tropical forests for local livelihoods in Indonesia, Imam Basuki, Douglas Sheil, Michael Padmanaba, Nining Liswanti, Glen Mulcahy, and Melinda Wan
2011 International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development 10:3 267-287.
A booming trade? how collection of war residues affects livelihoods and forest in Vietnam, Manuel Boissiere, Douglas Sheil, and Imam Basuki
2011 International Forestry Review 13:4 404-415.
Growth, population dynamics and morphometrics of Pinna bicolor (Gmelin, 1971) in Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia, James R. Burns and Stephen DA Smith
2011 Molluscan Research 31:3 183-188.
2011 IForest 4.
Incorporating management history into forest growth modelling, Chris S. Eastaugh and Hubert Hasenauer
2011 IForest 4.
Forest road networks: metrics for coverage, efficiency and convenience, Chris S. Eastaugh and Domingo Molina
2011 Australian Forestry 74:1 54-61.
Growth response to thinning in two subtropical hardwood species, Kevin S. Glencross, Graeme Palmer, Marie-Chantale Pelletier, and J Doland Nichols
2011 CRC for Forestry: Researching sustainable forest landscapes: technical report 217.
Wooden poles can provide habitat connectivity for a gliding mammal, Ross L. Goldingay, Brendan Dominic Taylor, and Tina Ball
2011 Australian Mammalogy 33:1 36-43.
Securing water for trees and people: possible avenues, Carlos Gracia, Jerome K. Vanclay, Hamed Daly, Santi Sabate, and Javier Gyenge
2011 Water for forests and people in the Mediterranean region: a challenging balance 83-92.
A simple planning system for sustainable timber harvesting in Papua New Guinea, Rodney J. Keenan, Cris L. Brack, Martin Golman, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Native forest management in Papua New Guinea: advances in assessment, modelling and decision-making 135 176-184.
Social learning: a knowledge and capacity building approach for adaptive co-management of contested landscapes, Andrea J. Leys and Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Land Use Policy 28:3 574-584.
Stakeholder engagement in social learning to resolve controversies over land-use change to plantation forestry, Andrea J. Leys and Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Regional Environmental Change 11:1 175-190.
Falling back on forests: how forest-dwelling people cope with catastrophe in a changing landscape, Nining Liswanti, Douglas Sheil, Imam Basuki, Michael Padmanaba, and G Mulcahy
2011 International Forestry Review 13:4 442-455.
Forestry at Southern Cross University: fifteen years in review, Diana Lloyd, J Doland Nichols, Kathryn H. Taffs, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 International Forestry Review 13:4 500-510.
Do forest areas influence rainfall regime?, Giorgio Matteucci, Jerome K. Vanclay, and Javier Martin-Vide
2011 Water for forests and people in the Mediterranean region: a challenging balance 32-36.
A modest proposal for wealthy countries to reforest their land for the common good, Erik M. Meijaard and Douglas Sheil
2011 Biotropica 43:5 524-528.
2011 Australian Zoologist 35:3 876-883.
2011 Australian Forest Grower 34:3 30-31.
Optimal temperature for growth and condition of an endemic subtropical anemonefish, Kelvin JW Rushworth, Stephen DA Smith, Kenneth Lawrence Cowden, and Steven W. Purcell
2011 Aquaculture 318:3-4 479-482.
Innocent invaders? a preliminary assessment of Cecropia, an American tree, in Java, Douglas Sheil and Michael Padmanaba
2011 Plant Ecology and Diversity 4:2-3 279-288.
Of Cecropias, snarks and boojums, Douglas Sheil and Michael Padmanaba
2011 Plant Ecology and Diversity 4:2-3 295-300.
2011 Molluscan Research 31:1 42-46.
2011 Molluscan Research 31:1 37-41.
2011 Malacological Society of Australasia Newsletter 140 6-7.
Assessing the impacts of beach scraping on the macroinvertebrates of New Brighton beach, northern New South Wales, Stephen DA Smith, Ben E. Fitzgibbon, Matthew A. Harrison, and Jennifer Rowland
2011 20th New South Wales Coastal Conference.
Degree of landscape fragmentation influences genetic isolation among populations of a gliding mammal, Andrea C. Taylor, Faith M. Walker, Ross L. Goldingay, Tina Ball, and Rodney Van Der Ree
2011 PLoS One 6:10.
An evaluation of the Australian Research Council's journal ranking, Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Journal of Informetrics 5:2 265-274.
Carbon and forests: the big picture, Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Australasian Science 32:10.
Future harvest: what might forest harvesting entail 25 years hence?, Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 26:2 183-186.
The International Year of Forests: celebrating forests for people, Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Australian Forest Grower 34:1 5-7.
Customer response to carbon labelling of groceries, Jerome K. Vanclay, John Shortiss, Scott Aulsebrook, Angus M. Gillespie, Ben C. Howell, Rhoda Johanni, Michael J. Maher, Kelly M. Mitchell, Mark D. Stewart, and Jim Yates
2011 Journal of Consumer Policy: Special issue on Putting Sustainable Consumption into Practice 34:1 153-160.
Forest growth and yield modeling, Aaron R. Weiskittel, David W. Hann, John A. Kershaw Jr, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41:7 1500-1508.
Papers from 2010
A national demonstration site for acid sulfate soil remediation in the Australian tropics - an overview of the East Trinity environmental success story, Colin R. Ahern, D Smith, Angus E. McElnea, Richard T. Bush, Scott G. Johnston, Steven T. Wilbraham, Simon van Heel, Annabelle F. Keene, Bernard Powell, and B Malone
2010 Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a Changing World.
Impacts of climate change on the establishment, distribution, growth and mortality of Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra L.), Simon Boden, Patrick L. Pyttel, and Chris S. Eastaugh
2010 IForest 3 82-85.
Climate characteristics across the Austrian forest estate from 1960 to 2008, Chris S. Eastaugh, Richard Petritsch, and Hubert Hasenauer
2010 Austrian Journal of Forest Science 127:3-4 133-146.
Direct male parental care observed in wild sugar gliders, Ross L. Goldingay
2010 Australian Mammalogy 32:2 177-178.
Variation in the home-range size of the squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis), Ross L. Goldingay, David Sharpe, and M DJ Dobson
2010 Australian Mammalogy 32:2 183-188.
Site index prediction of Eucalyptus dunnii Maiden plantations with soil and site parameters in sub-tropical eastern Australia, John C. Grant, J Doland Nichols, Geoff B. Smith, Paul S. Brennan, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2010 Australian Forestry 73:4 234-245.
Land-use change conflict arising from plantation forestry expansion: views across Australian fence-lines, Andrea J. Leys and Jerome K. Vanclay
2010 International Forestry Review 12:3 256-269.
Performance of eight eucalypt species and interspecific hybrid combinations at three sites in northern New South Wales, Australia, Tomy Listyanto, Kevin S. Glencross, J Doland Nichols, Lesley Schoer, and Chris Harwood
2010 Australian Forestry 73:1 47-52.
Subtropical eucalypt plantations in eastern Australia, J Doland Nichols, R Geoff B Smith, John C. Grant, and Kevin Glencross
2010 Australian Forestry 73:1 53-62.
Population ecology of the nectar-feeding squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) in remnant forest in subtropical Australia, David Sharpe and Ross L. Goldingay
2010 Wildlife Research 37:2 77-88.
Roads and wildlife: impacts, mitigation and implications for wildlife management in Australia, Brendan D. Taylor and Ross L. Goldingay
2010 Wildlife Research 37:4 320-331.
2010 Science and Public Policy 37:9 719-722.
2010 Forest Ecology and Management 259:5 1050-1054.
Papers from 2009
Diet of the squirrel glider in a fragmented landscape near Mackay, central Queensland, Tina M. Ball, Eddie Adams, and Ross L. Goldingay
2009 Australian Journal of Zoology 57:5 295-304.
Characteristics of tree hollows used by Australian birds and bats, Ross L. Goldingay
2009 Wildlife Research 36:5 394-409.
Use of artificial tree hollows by Australian birds and bats, Ross L. Goldingay and Jane R. Stevens
2009 Wildlife Research 36:2 81-97.
Gliding performance and its relevance to gap crossing by the squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis), Ross L. Goldingay and Brendan D. Taylor
2009 Australian Journal of Zoology 57:2 99-104.
Use of fauna road-crossing structures in north-eastern New South Wales, Ian F. Hayes and Ross L. Goldingay
2009 Australian Mammalogy 31:2 89-95.
Sustainable private native forestry – timber production, biodiversity and soil and water indicators and their applicability to northeast NSW, V Alex Jay, David Sharpe, J Doland Nichols, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2009 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIDC).
Growth and physiological response of six Australian rainforest tree species to a light gradient, Jeffrey Kelly, Shibu Jose, J Doland Nichols, and Mila Bristow
2009 Forest Ecology and Management 257:1 287-293.
Resource inventory for conversion modelling, Graeme Palmer and Jerome K. Vanclay
2009 Forest growth and timber quality: crown models and simulation methods for sustainable forest management: Proceedings of an International Conference 145-150.
Vocal behaviour of the squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis), David Sharpe and Ross L. Goldingay
2009 Australian Journal of Zoology 57:1 55-64.
Can road-crossing structures improve population viability of an urban gliding mammal?, Brendan D. Taylor and Ross L. Goldingay
2009 Ecology and Society 14:2.
Bias in the journal impact factor, Jerome K. Vanclay
2009 Scientometrics 78:1 3-12.
Managing water use from forest plantations, Jerome K. Vanclay
2009 Forest Ecology and Management 257:2 385-389.
Tree diameter, height and stocking in even-aged forests, Jerome K. Vanclay
2009 Annals of Forest Science 66:7 702-709.
Prospects for integrated timber–forage–livestock agroforestry systems for economic diversification in West Timor farming communities, Paul van Nimwegen, David J. Lloyd, and Jerome K. Vanclay
2009 Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.
Tree and forest measurement, Philip W. West
Papers from 2008
Can wooden poles be used to reconnect habitat for a gliding mammal?, Tina M. Ball and Ross L. Goldingay
2008 Landscape and Urban Planning 87:2 140-146.
The characteristics of squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) den trees in subtropical Australia, Georgia L. Beyer, Ross L. Goldingay, and David Sharpe
2008 Australian Journal of Zoology 56:1 13-21.
Quantifying the altered hydrologic connectivity of forest roads resulting from decommissioning and relocation, Chris S. Eastaugh, Paul K. Rustomji, and Peter B. Hairsine
2008 Hydrological Processes 22:14 2438-2448.
2008 Australian Zoologist 34:3 387-392.
2008 Australian Zoologist 34:3 334-349.
Ecology and conservation of Australian bell frogs, Ross L. Goldingay and William S. Osborne
2008 Australian Zoologist 34:3 235-458.
Distribution, habitat and conservation status of the eastern pygmy-possum Cercartetus nanus in Tasmania, Jamie M. Harris, Sarah A. Munks, Ross L. Goldingay, Mark Wapstra, and Donald Hird
2008 Australian Mammalogy 29:2 213-232.
Trends in forestry modelling, Guillermo A. Mendoza and Jerome K. Vanclay
2008 CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 3:010.