References

Australian Government 2012, National Wildlife Corridors Plan: A framework for landscape-scale conservation

Dean-Jones 2008, ‘Cultural Heritage Values, Traditional use and management of the eastern ranges by indigenous people, the role of the ranges in the European settlement and development of the Australian identity since the eighteenth century’.

Doerr, V.A.J., Doerr, E.D. and Davies, M.J. 2010, Does structural connectivity facilitate dispersal of native species in Australia’s fragmented terrestrial landscapes?

Doerr, V.A.J., Williams, K., Drielsma, M., Doerr, E., Davies, M.J., Love, J., Langston, A., Low Choy, S., Manion, G., Cawsey, E.M., McGinness, H., Jovanovic, T., Crawford, D., Austin, M. and Ferrier, S. 2013, The architecture of resilient landscapes: scenario modelling to reveal best-practice landscape design principles

Drielsma, M.J., Howling, G. and Love, J. 2012, NSW Native Vegetation Management Benefits Analyses: Technical report

Michael Dunlop, M., Hilbert, D.W., Ferrier, S., House, A., Liedloff, A., Prober, S.M., Smyth, A., Martin, T.G., Harwood, T., Williams, K.J., Fletcher, C. and Murphy, H. 2012, The implications of climate change for biodiversity conservation and the National Reserve System: Final synthesis

Dunn, R., Howling, G. and Totterdell, A. 2012, ‘Great Eastern Ranges Initiative: mobilising the community and sustaining the momentum for continental-scale conservation’

Ferrier, S., Williams, K.J. and Harwood, T. 2010, ‘Spatial analysis of conservational priorities in the Great Eastern Ranges, Project 2: Compositional Biodiversity’.

Fitzsimons, J., Pulsford, I. and Wescott, G. (eds) 2013, Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and opportunities from large-scale conservation networks

Hyder 2008, ‘Natural Heritage Values, The vegetation and habitats which form the ‘fabric’ of the GER, and along with the unique or iconic features that highlight the significance of this part of the State’.

Mackey B., Watson J. and Worboys G.L. of ANU Enterprises Pty Ltd 2010. Connectivity Conservation and the Great Eastern Ranges corridor

Mackey, B. and Hugh, S. of The Fenner School of Environment and Society, ANU 2010, ‘Spatial analysis of conservation priorities in the Great Eastern Ranges, Project 3. Productivity analysis and drought refuge’.

Morrison 2008, ‘Socio-economic values, Key determinants of landholders involvement in managing the vegetation and habitats of the ranges through voluntary and incentivised conservation instruments’.

Morrison, M., Lockwood, M. and Greig, J. 2011, ‘Social research for the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative’.

Smith, A.C.M. 2010, The status and significance of bird movements and migration within the Great Eastern Ranges

Ecosystem Services

The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity Project website

Australia21 (2012) Discussion Paper on Ecosystem Services for the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

Australian National University (2008) Green Carbon: The Role of Natural Forests in Carbon Storage. Part 1

Australian National University (2010) Green Carbon: The Role of Natural Forests in Carbon Storage. Part 2

TSRs, Crown Lands and Roadsides

National Parks Association of NSW (2011) The NSW Travelling Stock Routes and Reserves Network: Heritage, Habitat and Livelihood

National Parks Association of NSW (2005) The Unseen Conservation Estate: Tenure Security and Conservation Management of Crown Lands in NSW

The Queensland Stock Routes Coalition website

Connectivity Conservation

Australian Government (2012) National Wildlife Corridors Plan: A framework for landscape-scale conservation

http://www.conservationcorridor.org/

http://www.landscope.org/focus/connectivity/

http://corridordesign.org/

 

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