Refereed books and chapters

2012 Book

Lefroy, E., Curtis, A. Jakeman, A., and McKee, J. (eds) (2012) Landscape Logic: Integrated science for landscape management, CSIRO publishing, Collingwood, Melbourne.

2012 Chapters

Race, D., Curtis, A., Duncan, D., Kyle, G., Merritt, W. and Park, G. (2012). Exploring landscape history using integrated participatory research: experiences from Victoria, Chapter 11 in E. Lefroy, A. Curtis, A. Jakeman and J. McKee (eds) Landscape Logic: Integrated science for landscape management, CSIRO publishing, Collingwood, Melbourne.

E. Lefroy, A. Curtis, A. Jakeman and J. McKee (2102). Improving the evidence base for natural resource management, Chapter 1 in E. Lefroy, A. Curtis, A. Jakeman and J. McKee (eds) Landscape Logic: Integrated science for landscape management, CSIRO publishing, Collingwood, Melbourne.

Curtis, A. and Race, D. (2012). Management of riparian zones by rural landholders, Chapter 6 in E. Lefroy, A. Curtis, A. Jakeman and J. McKee (eds) Landscape Logic: Integrated science for landscape management, CSIRO publishing, Collingwood, Melbourne.

Minato, W., Curtis, A. and Allan, C. (2012). The role of social norms in natural resource management, Chapter 18 in E. Lefroy, A. Curtis, A. Jakeman and J. McKee (eds) Landscape Logic: Integrated science for landscape management, CSIRO publishing, Collingwood, Melbourne.

Rogers, M., Curtis, A. and Mazur, N. (2012). Understanding rural landholders’ response to climate change in northern Victoria, Chapter 19 in E. Lefroy, A. Curtis, A. Jakeman and J. McKee (eds) Landscape Logic: Integrated science for landscape management, CSIRO publishing, Collingwood, Melbourne.

2011

  1. Curtis, A., and Mendham, E. (2011) Bridging the gap between policy and management of natural resources. In D. Pannell & F, Vanclay (Eds.), Understanding practice change by rural landholders. CSIRO Publishing. PDF Version
  2. Pannell, D.J., Marshall, G.R., Barr, N., Curtis, A., Vanclay, F., and Wilkinson, R. (2011) Understanding and promoting adoption of conservation technologies by rural landholders. In D. Pannell & F, Vanclay (Eds.), Changing land management: adoption of new practices by rural landholders. Pp 11-38. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.
  3. Allan, C., Curtis, A., & Shindler, B. (2011). Watershed scale adaptive management: a social science perspective. In J. Stanturf (Ed.), Forest Landscape Restoration: Integrating Natural and Social Sciences: Springer.

2010

  1. Mendham, E., Gosnell, H., and Curtis, A. (2010). Rural property ownership dynamics: international trends and implications for natural resource management. In: G. Luck, R. Black & D. Race (eds) Demographic change in rural Australia. Springer. PDF Version
  2. Stewart, H., Race, D., and Curtis, A. (2010). Demographic change and the implications for commercial forestry: Lessons from south-east Australia (chapter 9). In: G. Luck, R. Black & D. Race (eds) Demographic change in rural Australia. Springer. PDF Version

2007

  1. Curtis, A. (2007) Monitoring and evaluation of watershed initiatives: lessons from Landcare in Australia. in J. de Graaff, J. Cameron, S. Sombatpanit, C. Pieri and J. Woodhill (eds) Monitoring and evaluation of soil conservation and watershed development projects. Science Publishers, USA.
  2. Allan, C, Davidson, P and Curtis, A. (2007) ‘Giving Voice to the Researched: Exploring Evolving Relationships in Participatory Action Research', in Being Critical and Creative in Qualitative Research , eds Higgs, J., Titchen, A., Armstrong, H., & Horsfall, D.Hampden Press, Sydney. pp. 208-218

2006

  1. Allan, C, Curtis, A, and Mazur, N. (2006) Social impacts of floods in south eastern Australia. In A. Poiani (ed)Floods in an arid continent. Advances in Ecological Research, Elsevier.
  2. Allan, C, Davidson, P, and Curtis, A. (2006) Who us, do the research? Reflections on three participatory action research projects. in G. Whiteford (ed) Voice, identity and reflexivity. Pp. 208-218. Proceedings of the Second RIPPLE Qualitative Research as Interpretive Practice Conference, 2005. Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia.

2004

  1. Allan, C., and Curtis, A. (2004) Learning together: the Billabong PRA experience. in G. Whiteford (ed) Qualitative research as interpretive practice. Pp. 212-219. Proceedings of the Inaugural RIPPLE QRIP Conference September 21-22, 2003. Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia.

2003

  1. Curtis, A. (2003) The Landcare experience. in Dovers, S. and Wild River, S. (eds) Managing Australia’s Environment. pp. 442-460. The Federation Press, Canberra, Australia.
  2. Allan, C., and Curtis, A. (2003) Regional scale adaptive management: lessons from the North East Salinity Strategy (NESS). in Wilson, B., and Curtis, A. (eds) Agriculture for the Australian environment. pp. 178-189. Johnstone Centre, Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia.
  3. Curtis, A. Byron, I. and Shindler, B. (2003) Sustaining local organisations: reflecting on the Landcare experience. in Wilson, B., and Curtis, A. (eds) Agriculture for the Australian environment. pp. 112-132. Johnstone Centre, Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia.

2001

  1. Curtis, A. and De Lacy, T. (2001) Landcare in Australia: does it make a difference. in Morris, J., Bailey, A., Turner, R.K. and I.J. Bateman (eds). Managing the environment for sustainable development: rural planning and management. pp.605-623. Edward Elgar, UK.
  2. Curtis, A. and Lockwood, M. (1998) Natural resource policy for rural Australia: a social perspective. in Pratley, J. and Robertson, A.I. (eds). Agriculture and the environmental imperative. 211-242. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.
  3. Curtis, A. (1997) Landcare, stewardship and biodiversity conservation. in Klomp, N.J., Lunt, I.D., & Williams, J.E. (eds) Frontiers in ecology: building the links. Elsevier Science, UK.
  4. Curtis, A., and De Lacy, T. (1997) Examining the assumptions underlying Landcare, Chapter 15, pp. 185-199, in Lockie, S. and Vanclay, F. (eds) Critical Landcare. Centre for Rural Social Research Key Papers Number 5. Centre for Rural Social Research, Charles Sturt University, Wagga, Australia.

Editor of refereed books of conference proceeding

  1. Lefroy, E., Curtis, A., Jakeman, A., and McKee, J. (eds) (2012) Landscape Logic: Integrated Science for landscape management, CSIRO publishing, Collingwood, Melbourne
  2. Wilson, A., Dehaan, R., Watts, R., Bowmer, K., and Curtis, A. (eds) (2007) Proceedings of the 5th Australian Stream Conference: Australian rivers: making a difference. Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australian
  3. Wilson, B., and Curtis, A. (eds) (2003). Agriculture for the Australian environment. Johnstone Centre, Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia.
  4. Pritchard, B., Curtis, A, Spriggs, J. and Le Heron, R. (eds) (2003) The social dimensions of Triple Bottom Line in rural Australia. Bureau of Rural Sciences, Canberra, ACT.

Non Refereed book chapters

  1. Curtis, A.. (1998) Landcare: approaching the limits of voluntary action. in Blackadder, J. (ed) Landcare Australia Ninth Annual Report and Yearbook 1998, pp 63-69. Landcare Australia Limited, Sydney, Australia.
  2. Curtis, A., Britton, A. and Sobels, J. (1998) Landcare networks: participation through local organisations. in Blackadder, J. (ed) Landcare Australia Ninth Annual Report and Yearbook 1998, pp. 72-75. Landcare Australia Limited, Sydney, Australia.