||Title of paper
|Addison, J., Friedel, M., Davies, J., Tiver, F., Bastin, G.
||The risky business of designing land tenure policy in the Gobi Desert
||variability, pastoral , climate
|Agnew, D.C., Patrick, G.P.J., Arnold, B.K.
||A framework for the management of feral goats in semi-arid South Australia
||unmanaged goats, collaboration, integrated management
|Alemsegred, Y., Hacker, R.B., Smith, W.J., Melville, G.J.
||Evaluating short term cropping for restoration of native perennial grasslands in western NSW
||INS, restoration, grasslands
||Rivers and the Murray Darling Basin rangelands
||rivers, water reform, Murray Darling Basin
|Barnes, P., Trotter, M., Lamb, D., Wilson, B., Reid, N., Lockwood, P., Koen, T.
||Using active optical sensing of biomass to investigate the effect of scattered trees on native perennial pastures
||remote sensing, green pasture biomass, NDVI
|Bastin, G., Schmidt, M., O’Reagain, P., Karfs, R.
||Reporting change in landscape function using the Queensland ground cover index
||dysfunction, regional reporting, remote sensing
|Bishop-Hurley, G.J., Swain, D.L., Crossman, C., Valencia, P.
||Monitoring and managing the use of riparian areas by cattle
||environmental protection, GPS, automated animal control
||Pastoralists in the arid shrublands of Western Australia name the ‘elephant in the room’
||kangaroos, grazing, shrublands
|Bridle, A., Harris, C.
||A risk to groundwater from coal seam gass extraction in the Surat Basin
||coal seam gas, Surat Basin, agriculture
|Caddy, H., Gross, C.L., Whalley, R.D.B., Price, J.N.
||Biotic and abiotic thresholds to recovery of degraded spring wetland communities
||grazing, soil seedbank, novel ecosystems
||Is rehabilitation profitable?
||ponding, rehabilitation, cost
||Engaging communities for research on contentious issues
||community engagement, invasive native scrub, research
||Invasive cacti: a threat to the rangelands of Australia
||cacti, invasive , rangelands
||Engaging landholders in managing areas of high conservation value in the Western Catchment
||conservation, landholders, engaging
|Compton, E., Shepherd, R., Moss, J.
||Ecological and social resilience in Western NSW: Insight from seven years of enterprise based conservation
||conservation, community, resilience
||Lynray Quandong (Santalum acuminatum) Orchard Establishment
||Santalum acuminatum, quandong, Australian native foods
|Cooper, N., Webber, L., Nicolson, K.
||Conservation Partners for the National Reserve System Program: a Western NSW focus
||Western NSW, conservation, protected areas
||The Australian Pest Animal Strategy
||management, pest, animal
|Daryanto, S., Eldridge, D.J.
||Shrub removal and grazing alter the spatial distribution of infiltrability in a shrub-encroached woodland
||infiltration, spatial pattern, distribution
|Dennis, E., Russell, L., Edwards, G.
||Feral camels in the Australian rangelands
||Indigenous, biodiversity protection, camel harvesting
|Doudle, S., Williams, W.
||Can we kick-start mining rehabilitation with cyanobacterial crusts?
||mining, rehabilitation, cyanobacteria
|Drouler, P., Kneipp, K.
||Demonstrating implementation of invasive native scrub property vegetation plans
||INS, PVPs, demonstration implementation
|Eldridge, D.J., Val, J., Roger, E., Rankin, M., Travers, S., Soliveres, S.
||Plant facilitation under trees and shrubs along a degradation gradient
||facilitation, competition, woody weeds
|Eringa, K.P., Wittber, N.C.
||Beyond Black Stumps: fostering improved ecological and economic outcomes on Aboriginal held pastoral stations
||Aboriginal, pastoralism, economic
||A journey into the future of the Australian rangelands
||songlines, rangelands, regional economies
|Finlayson, G., Hacker, R., Smith, W.
||Making better use of grazing charts in rangeland grazing enterprises
||grazing charts, seasonal risk, planned grazing
||Woody weeds, wabbits and weconstruction: Australia’s rangelands: A future vision
||pastoralism, interdisciplinary rseearch, community attitudes
|Forrest, K., Gavin, J., Green, D., Chuk, M., Warren, B.
||Putting our heads together
||collaboration, synergy, outcomes
|Foulkes, J.N., White, I.A., Lowe, A.J.
||A national scientific reference site network within the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network, site stratification and establishment methods
||biodiversity, rangelands, reference sites
|Fraser, G.W., Day, K.A., Carter, J.O., McKeon, G.M.
||Rain on the rangelands: how intense is it?
||rainfall intensit, runoff , climate change
||Rainfall use efficiency, natural resource management and profitable production in the rangelands
||rainfall, use, efficiency
|Gordon, B., Barnes, P.
||Western Catchment aboriginal knowledge system- through our eyes: aboriginal knowledge, past present future
||Aboriginal knowledge systems, sustainable land, Aboriginal language groups
|Hassett, R., Peart, P., Bourne, G., Cannon, M., Barber, D.
||Guidelines for determining lease land condition-Queensland’s Delbessie Agreement (State Rural Leasehold Land Strategy)
||condition, assessment, Queensland
|Higgins, V., Cheal, S.
||Conserving artesian water for future generations
||Great Artesian Basin, sustainability, bores
||Perennial grass survival in drought
||semi-arid grasslands, tillers, death
|Hodgkinson, K.C., Muller, W.J., Hacker, R.B., Johnston, P.W.
||Tactical grazing: an evaluation in easter semi-arid woodlands
||drought, grass, plant density
||People, land, opportunity: marrying Indigenous land management and economic development in the rangelands
||land management, indigenous, economic development
|Kwok, A.B.C., Eldridge, D.J.
Shrub-resident arthroods in an Eremophila and Senna-dominated shrubland
|arthropod, shrub, resources
L – Z
||Rest after rainfall: the carbon grazing story
||carbon flows, resilience, strategic pasture rest
||A landholder’s perspective of land restoration on Todmorden Station, Oodnadatta SA
||rehydration, practicalities, partnerships
|MacLeod, N.D., Kearney, F.C., Spooner, H., Woods, M.
||Conservation of critically endangered wildlife species-scope for private landholder and citizens’ action
||Bridled Nailtail Wallaby, conservation, private grazing land
|McMurtrie, A., Sandow, J., Theakson, P.
||A comparative analysis of two feral goat management methods commonly used in the Cobar district to restore native groundcover
||feral goat, total grazing pressure, harvesting operation
||Inundation patterns and vegetation responses in the Paroo and Warrego catchments using multi-temporal Radar remote sensing
||Paroo, remote sensing, wetlands
|Mitchell, K., Tighe, M., Thompson, R.
||Waterspreading to restore native grasslands
||waterspreading, environmental, invasive native scrub
|Moss, J., Sinden, J., Stayner, R.
||Estimating the cost of protecting biodiversity on privately managed properties in the Australian Rangelands
||trade-offs, conservation, private costs
||Pera Bore Experiment Farm: Greening the ‘Howling Desert’
||Artesian water, history of science, experiment farms
|Olupot, G., Barnes, P., Daniel, H., Lockwood, P., McHenry, M., McLeod, M., Kristiansen, P., King, K.
||Can root biomass of grasses in NSW be predicted from shoot biomass yields?
||species differences, photoassimilated carbon, root:shoot rations
|O’Reagain, P., Bushell, J.
||Long-term profitability and sustainability of grazing strategies in a tropical savanna in north Queensland
||stocking rate, rainfall variability, pasture density
|Orr, D.M., Silcock, R.G.
||The occurence and causes of episodic recruitment of Astrebla spp.
||episodic recruitment, El Nino Southern Oscillation, Astrebla spp.
||Understanding rangelands as dynamic catchment ecosystems
||hierarchy, geomorphology, soil moisture balance
|Robinson, V., Spencer, W.
||Aboriginal representation and participation in caring for country
||Aboriginal culture, managment, caring for country
|Russell, B.G., Letnic, M., Fleming, P.J.S.
||Manipulating feral goat access to water in the rangelands
||feral goat, access to water, pest animal management
|Scanlan, J.C., Whish, G.L., Pahl, L., Cowley, R.A., MacLeod, N.D.
||The Northern Grazing Systems Project: Estimating safe stocking rate
||utilisation rate, extensive grazing, simulation modelling
||A journey down the Warrego
||Warrego River, floodplain, flood
||Changes in gully erosion along the Upper Burdekin River frontage in north Queensland
||gully erosion, remote sensing, GBR
|Silcock, R.G., Taylor, K.M.
||Adapting to climate change: concentrate on getting the basics of property management right
||grazing pressure, business plan, distractions
||Quantum innovation in measuring, monitoring and managing ecological function on large scales, reliably and affordably
||monitoring, function, GIS/Remote Sensing
|Sinclair, R., Graetz, D.
||Eighty-three years of vegetation change on the TGB Osborn Vegetation Reserve, Koonamore
||Koonamore, monitoring, video
|Squires, J., Sherriff, C.
||Showcasing innovative practices-Australian Pastoral Property Innovation Manual
||Bestprac, innovation, network
|Stone, G.S., Day, K.A., Carter, J.O., Bruget, D.N., Panjkov, A.A.
||The AussieGRASS Environmental Calculator: its application in Australian grasslands
||modelling, climate change impacts, emissions
||Marra Creek Waterponding Program: Rehabilitating scalded rangelands
||waterponding, rehabilitation, scalded
||Rainpools of the rangelands: hidden diversity and episodic production
||diverse, productive , invertebrates
|Travers, S.K., Eldridge, D.J.
||Post-fire litter accumulation under mallee canopies in south-western NSW
||litter, mallee, fire
|Wakelin-King, G., Green, G.
||Contour Furrowing: Local Landscape Processes Determine Results
||range rehabilitation, runon-runoff, geomorphology
|Walsh, D., Cowley, R.
||Can sustainable pasture utilisation rates be derived from commercial paddock data in the Northern Territory?
||utilisation rates, land condition, carrying capacity
|Walton, J., Pringle, H.J.R.
||The Ecosystem Management Understandig (EMU) pilot project: building landscape literacy using local knowledge to improve rangeland health in the Neales River Catchment of South Australia
||effective, landscape, management
|Ware, S.E., Noad, W.
||The Western Division Newsletter-An Effective Ranagelands Communication Tool
||communication, Western Division Newsletter, extension
|Waters, C., Nairn, L., Melville, G.
||Using soil seed banks to guide large-scale floodplain restoration in the Macquarie Marshes
||wetlands, regeneration, native vegetation
|Watson, I., Novelly, P.
||Transitions across thresholds in Western Australian grazed rangelands
||state, vegetation dynamics, range monitoring
|Welch, R., Kossler, M.
||Resolving the manager’s dilemma: utilizing an integrated approach to attain complementary objectives of conservation and cash flow
||management, integration, balance
|Westbrooke, M.E., Christie, F.J., Cook, S., Florentine, S.K., Gell, P., Graz, P.
||Biodiversity impacts of ground tank closure in southeast Australian rangelands
||biodiversity, water point, grazing presure
|Whalley, R.D.B., Price, J.N., Macdonald, M.J., Berney, P.J.
||The impact of Lippia on the social-ecological systems of the Gwydire Wetlands, and Macquarie Marshes in northern NSW
||Murray Darling Basin, weed invasion, grazing management
|Williams, W., Reichenberger, H., Rose, N., Budel, B.
||Cyanobacteria highly active during the wet season: a long-term study at Boodjamulla National Park, north-west Queesland
||cyanobacterial crusts, carbon , sequestration
||Effects of artificial watering points on rangeland bird communities
||birds, water, assemblages