Recent Refereed journal papers

2014

Mendham, E., and Curtis, A. (2014) What lies beneath?: rural landholder interpretation of the risks of aquifer exploitation. Journal of Hydrology 511: 180-189.

Sinclair, K., Curtis, A., Mendham, E., and M. Mitchell (2014) Can resilience thinking provide useful insights for those examining efforts to transform contemporary agriculture. Agriculture and Human Values. DOI 10.1007/s10460-014-9488-4. PDF Version

Sharp, E. and Curtis, A. (2014) Can NRM agencies rely on capable and effective staff to build trust in the agency? Australasian Journal of Environmental Management. DOI 10.1080/14486563.2014.881306. Online 10 April 2014. PDF Version

Groth, T., Curtis, A., Mendham, E., and E. Toman (2014) Using a collective identity construct to explore occupational identity in multifunctional landscapes. Australian Geographer. Australian Geographer, 45:1, 71-86, DOI: 10.1080/00049182.2014.869297 PDF Version

2013

Mazur, N., Curtis, A., and Rogers, M. (2013) Do you see what I see? Rural landholders’ belief in climate change. Society and Natural Resources. DOI:10.1080/08941920.2012.686650

Race, D.H., and Curtis, A. (2013) Reflections on the effectiveness of market-based instruments to secure long-term environmental gains in South East Australia. Society and Natural Resources. 26(9): 1050-1065.

 Lennox, G., and Curtis, A. (2013) Trends in absentee ownership of rural land since European occupation of south east Australia.Australian Geographer 44(4): 419-433. PDF Version

Wibowo, L.R., Race, D.H., and Curtis, A.L. (2013) Policy under pressure: policy analysis of community-based forest management in Indonesia. International Forestry Review 15 (3): 398-405.

Rawluk, A., Curtis, A., Sharp, E., Kelly, B., Jakeman, T., Ross, A., Arshad, M., Brodie, R., Pollino, C., Sinclair, D., Croke, B., and Querishi, E. (2013) Managed Aquifer Recharge in farming landscapes using large floods: an opportunity to improve outcomes for the MDB? Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 20(1): 34-49.

Sharp, E., Thwaites, R., Curtis, A., and Millar, J. (2013) Factors affecting community-agency trust before, during and after a wildfire: An Australian case study. Journal of Environmental Management 130:10-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2013.08.037

2012

  1. Rawluk, A., Curtis, A., Sharp, E., Kelly, B., Jakeman, T., Ross, A., Arshad, M., Brodie, R., Pollino, C., Sinclair, D., Croke, B., and Querishi, E. (2012) Managed Aquifer Recharge in farming landscapes using large floods: an opportunity to improve outcomes for the MDB? Accepted for publication in the Australasian Journal of Environmental Management (August 2012). DOI: 10.1080/14486563.2 PDF Version

  2. Race, D.H, Curtis, A., and Sample, R. (2012) Restoring the bush on private land: perspectives of landholders in Victoria. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 19 (4): 227-240. DOI 10:1080/14486563.2012.719347
  3. Mendham, E., Curtis, A., and Millar, J. (2012 The natural resource management implications of rural property turnover. Ecology and Society: Special Issue: Applying Landscape Science to Natural Resource Management.
  4. Minato, W., Curtis, A., and Allan, C. (2012) Understanding the role and influence of social norms: lessons for NRM. Local Environment. ID:714758 DOI:10.1080/13549839.2012.714758

    Rogers, M., Curtis, A., and Mazur, N. (2012) The influence of cognitive processes on rural landholder responses to climate change. Journal of Environmental Management JEMA-D-11-00966R2 (accepted July 19 2012).

  5. Mitchell, M., Curtis, A., Sharp, E., Mendham, E., (2012) Directions for social research to underpin improved groundwater management. Journal of Hydrology 1DOI information: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.04.056.PDF Version
  6. Mitchell, M., Curtis, A., and Davidson, P. (2012) Can triple bottom line reporting become a cycle for ‘double loop’ learning and radical change? Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal. 25:6 1048-1068.
  7. Race, D.H., and Curtis, A., (2012) Restoring the bush on private land: perspectives of landholders in Victoria. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management.

  8. Sharp, E., Curtis, A., Thwaites, R., and Millar, J. (2012) Trust and trustworthiness: conceptual distinctions and their implications for natural resources management Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. DOI:10.1080/09640568.2012.717052 
  9. Zukowski, S., Watts, R., and Curtis, A. (2012) Linking biology to fishing regulations: Australia’s Murray crayfish (Euastacus armatus). Ecological Management and Restoration, 12:2 183-190.

2011

  1. Stewart, H.T.L., Race, D.H., and Curtis, A.L. (2011) New forests in changing landscapes in south-east Australia. International Forestry Review, 13(1): 67-79.

    Stewart, H.T.L., Race, D.H., Curtis, A.L., and Stewart, A.J.K. (2011) A case study of socio-economic returns from farm forestry and agriculture in south east Australia. Forest Policy & Economics 13: 390–395.

    Zukowski, S., Curtis, A., and Watts, R. (2011) Using fisher local ecological knowledge to improve management: the Murray Crayfish in Australia. Fisheries Research, 110: 120–127

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  2. Seymour, E., Curtis, A., and Pannell, D. (2011) Same river, different values and why it matters Ecological Management & Restoration, 12(3): 207-213.

  3. Ticehurst, J.L., A. Curtis, and W.S Merritt. (2011) Using Bayesian Networks to complement conventional analyses to explore landholder management of native vegetation. Environmental Modelling & Software 26:52-65. PDF Version
  4. Stewart, H.T.L., Race, D.H., and Curtis, A.L. (2011) New forests in changing landscapes in south-east Australia. International Forestry Review, 13(1): 67-79. PDF Version

2010

  1. Curtis, A., and Lefroy, T. (2010) Beyond threat and asset-based approaches to natural resource management in Australia. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 17: 134-141. PDF Version
  2. Mendham, E., and Curtis, A. (2010) Taking over the reins: trends and impacts of changes in rural property ownership. Society and Natural Resources 23(7): 653-668 PDF Version
  3. Seymour, E. J., Curtis, A., Pannell, D. J., Allan, C., & Roberts, A. M. (2010). Understanding the role of assigned values in natural resource management. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 17(3), 142-153. PDF Version
  4. Earl, G., Curtis, A., and Allan C. (In Press) Between carrots and big sticks: a duty of care for biodiversity conservation: towards a shared understanding. Environmental Management 45(3): 425-428. PDF Version
  5. Lockwood, M., Davidson, J., Curtis, A., Stratford, E., and R. Griffith. (2010) Governance principles for natural resource management. Society and Natural Resources. PDF Version
  6. Minato, W., Curtis, A., and Allan, C. (In Press) Social norms and natural resource management in a changing community. Submitted to Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning ( accepted October 2010). PDF Version
  7. Earl, G., Curtis, A., and Allan, C. (2010) Social acceptability of a duty of care for biodiversity. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 17: 8-17. PDF Version

2009

  1. Lockwood, M., Davidson, J., Stratford, E., Curtis, A., and R. Griffith. (2009) Multi-level environmental governance: lessons from Australia for natural resource management. Australian Geographer, 40 (2): 169-186. PDF Version

2008

  1. Atkinson, J., Black, R., and Curtis, A. (2008) Exploring the digital divide in an Australian regional city: Albury as a case study. Australian Geographer. PDF version
  2. Harrington, C., Curtis, A., and Black, R. (2008) Locating communities in natural resource management. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. PDF Version
  3. Mitchell, M., Curtis, A., and Davidson, P. (2008) Evaluating the process of triple bottom line reporting: increasing the potential for change. Local Environment. PDF version
  4. Allan, C., Curtis, A., Stankey, G., and Shindler, B. (2008) Adaptive management and watersheds: a social science perspective. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. PDF version
  5. Mazur, N., and Curtis, A. (2008) Understanding community perceptions of aquaculture: lessons from Australia . Aquaculture International. PDF version