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Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Wyborn, C. Bixler, R.P. (2013) “Collaboration and nested governance: Scale dependency, scale framing, and cross-scale interactions in collaborative conservation” Journal of Environmental Management, 123:58-67

Wyborn, C. Jellinek, S. Cooke, B. (2012) “Negotiating multiple motivations in the science and practice of ecological restoration” Ecological Management and Restoration 13(3):1-5

Wyborn C. (2011) “Landscape scale ecological connectivity in Australia: Survey and analysis” Pacific Conservation Biology 17(2):121-130

Cleland, D. and Wyborn, C. (2010) “A reflective lens: applying critical systems thinking and visual methods to ecohealth research” Ecohealth, 7(4):414-424

Wyborn, C. (2009) “Managing Change or Changing Management: Climate change and human use in Kosciuszko National Park” in Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 16(4):35-44

Holdsworth, S. Wyborn, C. Bekessy, S. and Thomas, I. (2008) “Professional Development for Education for Sustainability: How Advanced are Australian Universities?” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 9(2):131-146

Book Chapters

Wyborn, C. (2013) “A Collaborative Future for Conservation: lessons from connectivity conservation”, in Figgis, P. Fitzsimons, J. Irving, J(eds) Innovation in 21st Century Conservation, CSIRO Publishing

Wyborn, C. (in press) “Collaboration Across Scales: The governance challenges of linking landscapes” in Fitzsimons, J. Pulsford, I. Wescott, G. (eds) Linking Australia’s Landscapes, CSIRO Publishing

Wyborn, C. and Cleland, D. (2010) “Fences and Windows: Using visual methods to explore conflicts in land and seascape management” in Brown, V. Russell, J. & Harris, J. (eds) Tackling wicked problems: through the transdisciplinary imagination, Earthscan, London Chpt 8b, pp 161-170

Reports

Whitten, S. Freudenberger, D. Wyborn, C. Doerr, V. Doerr, E. Langstone, A. (2011) “A compendium of existing and planned Australian wildlife corridor projects and initiatives, and case study analysis of operational experience.” CSIRO report to the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water and Population, Canberra

Parris, H. Whitten, S. Wyborn, C. Hill, R. Freudenberger, D. (2011) “An overview of key socio-economic factors, principles and guidelines in wildlife corridor planning and implementation” CSIRO report to the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water and Population, Canberra

Other Publications 

Wyborn C. (2012) “A Corridor to Where? Connectivity conservation and the National Wildlife Corridor Plan” Decision Point58:4-5 available at: http://www.decision-point.com.au/dpoint-index.html

Wyborn, C. (2012) “Forget the Market: Competition wont save species” The Conversation, April 3, available at: http://theconversation.edu.au/forget-the-market-competition-wont-save-species-6030