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Polyakov M and DJ Pannell (2016) Accounting for private benefits in ecological restoration planning. In (Eds) Ansell D, F Gibson and D Salt, Learning from Agri- Environment Schemes in Australia. ANU Press, Canberra, Australia.

Burgman, M, K Lowell, P Woodgate, S Jones, G Richards, and P Addison (2012) An endpoint hierarchy and process control charts for ecological monitoring IN: Lindenmayer, D, and P Gibbons (Eds.), Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. p: 71-78.

Bode, M, and K A Wilson, and H P Possingham (2012) Biodiversity Hotspots IN: Craig, R K, and J C Nagle, and B Pardy, and O Scmitz, and W Smith (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Ecosystem Management and Sustainability, Berkshire Publishing Group, Barrington, USA.

Lindenmayer, D, and P Gibbons (2012) Can we make Biodiversity Monitoring happen in Australia? Moving beyond ?It?s the thought that counts? IN: Lindenmayer, D, and P Gibbons (Eds.), Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. p: 193-201.

Harvie BA and RJ Hobbs (2013) Case Study: Shale ?bings? in Central Scotland: from ugly blots on the landscape to cultural and biological heritage Pp. 286-289 in: RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs & CM Hall (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley, Oxford

Renwick A and N Schellhorn (2016) Ch 9: A perspective on land sparing versus land sharing. In Ansell D, F Gibson, D Salt (Eds) Learning from Agri-Environment Schemes in Australia: Investing in Biodiversity and Other Ecosystem Services on Farms ANU Press

McAlpine, CA, LM Seabrook, T Morrison, and JR Rhodes (2012) Chapter 2: Strengthening landscape ecology?s contribution to a sustainable environment IN: Fu, B, and B Jones (Eds.), Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Environment and Culture (Part I), Springer, London.

Bohensky EL, LS Evans, JM Anderies, D Biggs and C Fabricius (2015) Chapter 6 Principle 4?Foster complex adaptive systems thinking. In Principles for Building Resilience: Sustaining Ecosystem Services in Social-Ecological Systems. Cambridge University Press.

Hobbs, RJ (2012) Cheerfulness and grumpiness in ecological monitoring in Australia IN: Lindenmayer, D, and P Gibbons (Eds.), Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. p: 43-48.

Standish RJ, A Thompson, ES Higgs and SD Murphy (2013) Concerns about novel ecosystems. In: RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs & CM Hall (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley-Blackwell, UK

Mackey B, HP Possingham and S Ferrier (2013) Connectivity conservation principles for Australia?s National Wildlife Corridors. Pp 233-243 IN: Fitzsimons J, Pulsford I & Wescott G (Eds.) Linking Australia?s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities From Large-Scale Conservation Networks, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Hobbs RJ, ES Higgs and CM Hall (2013) Defining novel ecosystems. p58-60 in: Hobbs, R.J., Higgs, E.S. & Hall, C.M. (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley, Oxford

Knight AT, ASL Rodrigues, N Strange, T Tew and KA Wilson (2013) Designing effective solutions to conservation planning problems. Pages 362-383 in DW MacDonald and Katherine J Willis, Eds. key Topics in Conservation Biology 2. John Wiley & Sons. Ltd

Bode, M, and H Grantham (2012) Dynamic Programming IN: Hastings, A, and Louis Gross (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology, UC Press, Berkeley. p: 207-212

Kark S (2017) Effects of Ecotones on Biodiversity (Updated 2017, online). In Reference Module in Life Sciences. Elsevier.

Hobbs, RJ (2012) Environmental management and restoration in a changing climate IN: van Andel, J, and J Aronson (Eds.), Restoration Ecology: The New Frontier, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Chichester, UK. p: 23-29.

Hauser CE, GE Garrard and JL Moore (2015) Estimating detection rates. In Jarrad et al. (Eds) Biosecurity surveillance: quantitative approaches, CABI Publishing, Wallingford. ISBN-13: 978-1780643595.

Kennedy PL, L Lach, AE Lugo and RJ Hobbs (2013) Fauna and novel ecosystems. p. 148-122 in: RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs and CM Hall (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley, Oxford

Bekessy SA, Wintle, BA, Lindenmayer, DB, McCarthy, MA, Colyvan, M, Burgman, MA, Possingham, HP (2011) Growing Biodiversity Banking. IN: Payment for Ecosystem Services and Food Security, Ottaviani, D., Scialabba, N. E. (Eds.), Natural Resources, Management and Environment Department, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. Rome, Italy p: 104-107

Hulvey KB, RJ Standish, LM Hallett, BM Starzomski, KN Suding, SD Murphy, CR Nelson, MR Gardener, P Kennedy and T Seastedt (2013) Incorporating novel ecosystems into management frameworks. In: Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs and CM Hall (Eds.). Wiley-Blackwell, UK

Lindenmayer, D (2012) Introduction: making monitoring happen - and then delivering on Australia?s Biodiversity Conservation Strategy IN: Lindenmayer, D, and P Gibbons (Eds.), Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. p: 1-4.

Hobbs RJ, ES Higgs and CM Hall (2013) Introduction: why novel ecosystems? Pp. 3-8 In: RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs, CM Hall (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley, Oxford.

Lindenmayer, DB, S Cunningham, and A Young (2012) Land use intensification - a challenge for humanity IN: Lindenmayer, DB, SA Cunningham, and A Young (Eds.), Land Use Intensification: Effects on Agriculture, Biodiversity, and Ecological Processes, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne & CRC Press, UK. p: 1-4.

Cunningham, SA, DH Duncan, and D Driscoll (2012) Land Use Intensification Impacts on Biodiversity in the mallee/wheat landscape of central NSW IN: Lindenmayer, DB, SA Cunningham, and A Young (Eds.), Land Use Intensification: Effects on Agriculture, Biodiversity, and Ecological Processes, CRC Press. http://www.publish.csiro.au/pid/6808.htm

Lindenmayer, DB (2012) Land use intensification in natural forest settings IN: Lindenmayer, DB, SA Cunningham, and A Young (Eds.), Land Use Intensification: Effects on Agriculture, Biodiversity, and Ecological Processes, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne & CRC Press, UK. p: 113-122.

Van Diggeln, R, RJ Hobbs, and L Miko (2012) Landscape ecology IN: van Andel, J, and J Aronson (Eds.), Restoration Ecology: The New Frontier, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Chichester, UK. p:45-58.

Lindenmayer, D (2012) Making monitoring up-front and centre in Australian biodiversity conservation IN: Lindenmayer, D, and P Gibbons (Eds.), Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. p: 7-14.

Rhodes JR (2015) Mixture models for overdispersed data. Ecological Statistics: Contemporary Theory and Application, Oxford University Press, New York

Perring MP, P Manning, RJ Hobbs, AE Lugo, CE Ramalho and RJ Standish (2013) Novel urban ecosystems and ecosystem services. Pp. 310-325 in: RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs & CM Hall (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley, Oxford.

Lindenmayer, DB, S Cunningham, and A Young (2012) Perspectives on land use intensification and biodiversity conservation IN: Lindenmayer, DB, SA Cunningham, and A Young (Eds.), Land Use Intensification: Effects on Agriculture, Biodiversity, and Ecological Processes, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne & CRC Press, UK. p: 137- 150.

Sharp S, GE Garrard and N Wong (2015) Planning, documenting and monitoring for grassland management. In Williams NSG, Marshall A & Morgan JW (Eds) Land of Sweeping Plains: Managing and restoring the native grasslands of southeastern Australia, CSIRO Publishing. ISBN: 9781486300815.

McCarthy MA and HP Possingham (2013) Population Viability Analysis IN: SEl-Shaarawi AH and W Piegorsch (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Chichester UK

Hansen BD, RS Clemens, E Gallo?Cajiao, M Jackson, GS Maguire, G Maurer, D Milton, DI Rogers, DR Weller, MA Weston, EJ Woehler and RA Fuller (In press) Shorebird monitoring in Australia: a successful long-term collaboration between citizen scientists, governments and researchers. In: Counting Hens Teeth: Making threatened species monitoring an effective part of conservation management. CSIRO Publishing.

Bekessy, S, Cooke, B (2011) Social and cultural drivers behind the success of PES. IN: Payment for Ecosystem Services and Food Security, Ottaviani, D, Scialabba, N. E. (Eds.) Natural Resources, Management and Environment Department, The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. Rome, Italy p: 141-153.

Bekessy S and M Selinske (2017) Social-ecological analyses for better water resources decisions. In (Eds) Hart B and J Doolan, Decision Making in Water Resources Policy and Management. Elsevier. Pp 151?164

Schilizzi S and MS Iftekhar (2017) The justice implications of focusing on the economically efficient use of natural resources and environmental impacts. In (Eds) Lukasiewicz A, S Dovers, L Robin, J McKay, S Schilizzi, S Graham, Natural Resources and Environmental Justice: Australian Perspectives. CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, 169?182 pp.

Lahoz-Monfort JJ and R Tingley (In press) The technology revolution: improving species detection and monitoring using new tools and statistical methods. In (Eds) Legge S, D Lindenmayer, N Robinson, B Scheele, D Southwell and BA Wintle, Making Threatened Species Count. CSIRO Publishing.

Hallett LM, RJ Standish, KB Hulvey, MR Gardener, KN Suding, BM Starzomski, SD Murphy, JA Harris and CR Nelson (2013) Towards a conceptual framework for the management of novel ecosystems. In: RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs and CM Hall (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley-Blackwell, UK

Catford JA, J Roberts, SJ Capon, RH Froend, SM Windecker and MM Douglas (2017) Wetland vegetation of inland Australia. In (Ed) Keith DA, Australian Vegetation. Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9781107118430

Hobbs RJ, ES Higgs and CM Hall (2013) What do we know about, and what do we do about, novel ecosystems? Pp. 353-360 in: RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs & CM Hall (Eds.) Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. Wiley, Oxford.

McBride, MF, and MA Burgman (2012) What Is Expert Knowledge, How Is Such Knowledge Gathered, and How Do We Use It to Address Questions in Landscape Ecology? IN: Perera, AH, CA Drew, and CJ Johnson (Eds.), Expert Knowledge and its Application in Landscape Ecology, Springer, New York. p: 11-38.

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