Publications

Li, T, Dodson, J, & Goldie, X.

Journal of Transport Geography, 93, 103072.

Mata L, Andersen A, Morán-Ordóñez A, Hahs A, Backstrom A, Ives C, Bickel D, Duncan D, Palma E, Thomas F, Cranney K, Walker K, Shears I, Semeraro L, Malipatil M, Moir M, Plein M, Porch N, Vesk P, Smith T, Lynch Y.

Ecological Applications

Heyworth, J.
Elliot-Kerr, S., Lentini, PE., Wintle, B., & Soanes, K.
Li T, Jahed Shiran, S., & Dodson, I.

Applied Geography, 129, 102414.

Ligtermoet E., Ramalho, C.E., Martinus, K., Chalmer, L., & Pauli, N.
Bhardwaj, M., Soanes, K., Lahoz-Monfort. JJ., Lumsden, LF., van der Ree, R.

PLoS ONE 16(3): e0247400

Click here to access a series of resources that are intended to provide urban environment professionals with roadmaps for practice change to deepen and extend professional capacity for Indigenous engagement.

Banner image: Birrarung Marr, Melbourne. ‘Birrarung Wilam’ – meaning river camp – is an environmental art project made up of several interrelated elements that celebrate the physical and spiritual connections between Indigenous people and place. Pictured are the five shields.

Mayfield, P., & Porter, L.

This set of interactive matrices provides key questions and dimensions for practitioners to critically reflect on their relationship with Indigenous sovereignties across professional, personal and educational aspects.

Access here.

Pauli, N., Mouat, C., Prendergast, K., Chalmer, L., Ramalho, C.E., & Ligtermoet, E.
Ordonez-Barona, C., Bush, J., Hurley, J., Amati, M., Juhola, S., Frank, S., Ritchie, M., Clark, C., English, A., Hertzog, K., Caffin, M., Watt, S., & Livesley, S.

Journal of Environmental Management

Murphy, C. et. al.
Paton-Walsh (Murphy), C., Simmons, J., Desservettaz, M., Price, O., Humphries, R., Keywood, M., Mouat, A., Emmerson, K., & Kaiser, J. ,
Taylor L, Soanes K, Ramalho CE, Cecily M, Parris K, & Threlfall CG.
Soanes K, Threlfall CG, Ramalho CE, Bekessy S, Fuller RA, Garrard GE, Ikin K, Kendal D, Lee KE, Mumaw L, Rowe R, Shanahan DF, Valentine LE, Williams NSG, Parris KM & Lentini PE.
Taylor, L, Soanes, K, Ramalho, CR & Threlfall, C.G.
Forehead, H., & Murphy, C.
Soanes K, Lentini PE, Steven R & Parris KM.
Parris, K.M., Barrett, B.S., Stanley, H.M., & Hurley, J. (eds.)
Hurley, J., Amati, M., Deilami, K., Caffin, M., Stanford, H., Rowley, S. & Azizmohammad, S.
Pauli, N.
Mayfield, P., & Porter, L.
Davern, M.
Davern, M., Winterton, R., Brasher, K., Woolcock, G.

Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 17, 7685

Soanes, K., Threlfall, C.G., Taylor, L., Kirk, H., Ramalho, C.E., Cumpston, Z. & Parris, K.M.
Li, T., & Dodson, J.

Journal of Transport Geography, 88, 102867.

Li, T., & Dodson, J.
Hurley, J., Saunders, A., Boruff, B., Duncan, J., Knight, G., Amati, M., Sun, C. Caccetta, P. & Chia, J.
Pauli, N., Maller, C., Mata, L., Farahani, L., Porter, L., Arabena, L., Davern, M., Higgs, C., Ligtermoet, E., Verde Selva, G., Atkins, M., Mouat, C., Föllmer, J. &, Kelly, D.
Deilami, K., Rudner, J., Butt, A., MacLeod, T., Williams, G., Romeijn, H., & Amati, M.

Forests, 11, 998

Goodman, N., Nematollahi, N., Steinemann, A.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 14, 245–249

Valentine, L., Ramalho, C., Mata, L., Craig, M., Kennedy, P & Hobbs, R.

Frontiers in Ecology and Environment, 10, 558-566

Steinemann, A., Nematollahi, N., Rismanchi, B., Goodman, N., & Kolev, S.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 14, 47–53

Pauli, N., Mouat, C., Atkins, M., Föllmer, J., Estima Ramalho, C., & Ligtermoet, E.
Cumpston, Z.
Steinemann, A., Nematollahi, N., Weinberg, J.L., Flattery, J., Goodman, N. & Kolev, S.D.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 13, 1329–1334

Farahani, L., Arcari, P., English, A., & Maller, C.
Saunders, A., Duncan, J., Hurley, J., Amati, M., Caccetta, P., Chia, J., & Boruff, B.

Landscape and Urban Planning, 199, 103804

West, M., Anderson, S., Davis, A.R., Will, R., Scroggie, M., & Parris, K.
Bush, J. (2020).

Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 35, 35-44

Kirk H., Threlfall C., Soanes K. & Parris, K.
M, Bhardwaj., K, Soanes., JJ, Lahoz-Monfort., LF, Lumsden., & R van der Ree.

Journal of Environmental Management 262, 110313

Croeser, T., Ordonez, C., Threlfall, C., Kendal, D., van der Ree, R., Callow, D., Livesley, S.J. Sustainable Cities and Society, 56, 102096
Forehead, H., Barthelemy, J., Arshad, B., Verstaevel, N., Price, O, et al.

PLOS ONE 15(4): e0231778

Mata, L., Ramalho, C. E., Kennedy, J., Parris, K. M., Valentine, V., Miller, M., Bekessy, S., Hurley, S., & Cumpston, Z.

People and Nature, 2 (1), 350-368

Steinemann, A. & Nematollahi, N.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 13, 387-390

Guérette, E.-A., Chang, L., Cope, M.E., Duc, H.N., Emmerson, K.M., Monk, K., Rayner, P.J., Scorgie, Y., Silver, J.D., Simmons, J., Trieu, T., Utembe, S.R., Zhang, Y., & Paton-Walsh, C.

Atmosphere 2020, 11, 233

Salimi, F., Hanigan, I., Jalaludin, B., Guo, Y., Rolfe, M., Heyworth, JS., Cowie, CT., Knibbs, LD., Cope, M., Marks, GB., & Morgan, GG.

Neurochemistry International, 133

Ordóñez-Barona, C., Threlfall. C., Kendal, D., Hochuli, D., Davern, M., Fuller, R., Van der Ree, R & Livesley, S. J.

Environmental Science and Policy, 104,136-147

Dromgold, J. R., Threlfall, C. G., Norton, B. A., & Williams, N. S. G.

Journal of Urban Ecology, 6 (1), juz024

Steinemann, A., Goodman, N., & Nematollahi, N.
Steinemann, A., Goodman, N., & Nematollahi, N.
Mata, L., Vogel, B., & Bolitho, J.
Amati, M., Butt, A., Sun, C., Deilami, K., Williams, G., Romeijn, H., Rudner, J & Leone, C.
Elliott, C., Kendal, D & Bush, J.
Ramirez Gamboa, J., Simmons, J., & Murphy, C.
Tasker, P., Reid, C., Young, A. D., Threlfall, C. G., & Latty, T.

Urban Ecosystems, 1-10

Beer, T., Hernandez-Santin, C., Cumpston, Z., Khan, R., Mata, L., Parris, K., Renowden, C., Iampolski, R., Hes, D. & Vogel, B.
Bush, J., & Doyon, A.

Cities, 95, 102483

Paton-Walsh, C., et. al.

Atmosphere, 10, 774

Sievers, M., Hale, R., Parris, K. M., Melvin, S. D., Lanctôt, C. M., & Swearer, S. M.

Science of the Total Environment. Vol 693, 133570

Soanes, K., Cranney, K., Dade, M. C., Edwards, A. M., & Palavalli‐Nettimi, R.

Austral Ecology 1, Vol 45(1), pp 3-14

Parris, K. M.

The Ecological Citizen 3 (Suppl A), 55–57

Bush, J., Hernandez-Santin, C., Hes, D.

Palgrave Macmillan

Nature forms the biological building blocks for the landscape elements of place. But urban nature is much more than the supporting cast for the buildings. Nature is fundamental to life, to health and well-being of humans and nonhuman biodiversity. Nature contributes to social cohesion and to thriving people and communities. This chapter explores concepts of social-ecological systems, sense of place and stewardship to inform approaches to embedding nature in placemaking. Indigenous perspectives to place deepen the understandings of connections with place and custodianship of Country. We demonstrate how placemaking processes and elements can be redirected to integrate nature. Nature-placemaking approaches create a more holistic identity and character of a place and underpin the emotional and cultural connections and human relationships with place.

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Steele, W., Wiesel, I., Maller, C.

Geoform, Vol 106, pages 411-415

Hurley, J., Saunders, A., Both, A., Sun, C., Boruff, B., Duncan, J., Amati, M., Caccetta, P. & Chia, J.
Popek, R., Haynes, R., Przybysz, A., & Robinson, S. A.

Atmosphere, 10, 633

Guerette, E., Paton-Walsh, C., Galbally, I., Molloy, S., Lawson, S., Kubistin, D., Buchholz, R., Griffith, D.W.T., Langenfelds, R.L., Krummel, P.B., Loh, Z., Chambers, S., Griffiths, A., Keywood, M., Selleck, P., Dominick, D., Humphries, R., & Wilson, S.R.

Atmosphere 2019, 10, 383

Bolleter, J., & Ramalho, C. E.

Springer Briefs in Geography

Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) planning principles have informed Australian city planning for over two decades. As such, policy makers and planners often unquestioningly apply its principles. In contrast, this book critiques TOD and argues that while orientating development towards public transport hubs makes some sense, the application of TOD principles in Australia has proven a significant challenge. As a complementary strategy, the book stakes out the potential of Greenspace-Oriented Development (GOD) in which urban density is correlated with upgraded green spaces with reasonable access to public transport. Concentrating urban densification around green spaces offers many advantages to residents including ecosystem services such as physical and mental health benefits, the mitigation of extreme heat events, biodiversity and clean air and water. Moreover, the open space and leafy green qualities of GOD will ensure it resonates with the lifestyle aspirations of suburban residents who may otherwise resist urban densification. We believe in this way, that GOD could be an urban dream that befits the challenges of this 21st century.

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Desservettaz, M., Phillips, F., Naylor, T., Price, O., Samson, S., Kirkwood, J., & Paton-Walsh, C.

Atmosphere, 10, 557

Hanigan, I. C., Chaston, T. B., Hinze, B., Dennekamp, M., Jalaludin, B., Kinfu, Y., & Morgan, G.

International Journal of Health Geographics, 18, 20

Steven, R., Barnes, M., Garnett, S. T., Garrard, G., O'Connor, J., Oliver, J. L., & Fuller, R. A.

Conservation Science and Practice, 1(10), e100

Williams, K. J. H., Lee, K. E., Sargent, L.D., Johnson, K. A., Rayner, J., Farrell, C., Miller, R., & Williams, N. S. G.

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 44

Haddock, J. K., Threlfall, C. G., Law, B., & Hochuli, D. F.

Biological conservation 236, 17-28

Elliot, C., Kendal, D., Bush, J., Leslie, G., Oke, C., Auty, K., Barnett, G., Brack, C., Brecknell, A., Farrelly, S., Frawley, M., Gibbons, P., Ikin, K., Ryan, J., Salt, D., Sides, T., & Stass, L.
Steinemann, A.

Building and Environment, 159:106054

Goodman, N., Nematollahi, N., Agosti, G. & Steinemann, A.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 25 Oct. 13, 1–4

Oertli, B., & Parris, K. M.

Ecosphere 10 (7)

Monk, K., Guérette, E., Paton-Walsh, C., Silver, J.D., Emmerson, K.M., Utembe, S.R., Zhang, Y., Griffiths, A.D., Chang, L., Duc, H.N., Trieu, T., Scorgie, T., & Cope, M.E.

Atmosphere, 10, 374

Dirgawati, M., Hinwood, A., McCaul, K., Nedkoff, L., Hankey, G., Yeap, BB., Flicker, L., Almeida, O., Nieuwenhuijsen, M., Brunekreef, B., Heyworth, J.

Epidemiology. 30 Suppl 1:S82-S89

Elliot, C., Kendal, D., Bush, J., Leslie, G., Oke, C., Ramalho, C., Caffin, M., Croeser, T., Entwisle, T., Fastenwrath, S., Foley, A., Jones, R., Lee, G., Livesley, S., Ordóñez, C., Phillips, C., Reid, C., Rowe, H., Shears, I., Thom, J., Williams, N., Wilson, A., & Young, C.
Threlfall, C., Soanes, K., Ramalho, CE., Aiyer, A., Parris, K., & Maller, C.
Higgs, C., Badland, H., Simons, K., Knibbs, L. D., & Giles-Corti, B.

International Journal of Health Geographics, 18(1), 14

Frantzeskaki, N., McPhearson, T., Collier, M.J., Kendal, D., Bulkeley, H., Dumitru, A., Walsh, C., Noble, K., van Wyk, E., Ordóñez, C., Oke, C., & Pintér, L.

Bioscience, 69, 455–466

Mata, L., Garrard, G. E., Fidler, F., Ives, C. D., Maller, M., Wilson, J., Thomas, F,. & Bekessy, S. A.

Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Vol 17(6), pp 341-347

Steinemann, A.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 12(8), 891-897

Haddock, J. K., Threlfall, C. G., Law, B. & Hochuli, D. F.

Austral Ecology. Volume 44, issue 6, pages 1052-1064

Dominick, D., Wilson, S.R., Paton-Walsh, C., Humphries, R., Guérette, E., Keywood, M., Selleck, P., Kubistin, D., & Marwick, B.

Atmosphere, 10, 275

Briscoe, L., & Roberts, A.

INDIGI LAB Review

Threlfall, C. G., Soanes, K., Ramalho, C. E., Aiyer, A., Parris, K., & Maller, C.
Farahani, L. & Maller, C.

Urban Forestry and Urban Greening. Vol 41, pp 292-302

Ordóñez, C., Threlfall, C. G., Kendal, D., Hochuli, D. F., Davern, D., & Fuller, R. A.

Landscape and urban planning 189, 166-180

Haynes, A., Popek, R., Boles, M., Paton-Walsh, C., & Robinson, S.A.

Atmosphere, 10, 224

Bowen, K.
Steinemann, A. & Goodman, N.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 12(6):643-649

Wadlow, I., Paton-Walsh, C., Forehead, H., Perez, P., Amirghasemi, M., Guérette, E., Gendek, O., & Kumar, P.

Atmosphere, 10, 217

Phillips, F. A., Naylor, T., Forehead, H., Griffith, D. W. T., Kirkwood, J., & Paton-Walsh, C.

Atmosphere, 10, 208

Sun, C., Hurley, J., Amati, M., Arundel, J., Saunders, A., Boruff, B., & Caccetta, P.
Kidd, L. R., Bekessy, S. A., & Garrard, G. E.

Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 34(8), 693

Simmons, J.B., Paton-Walsh, C., Phillips, F., Naylor, T., Guérette, E., Burden, S., Dominick, D., Forehead, H., Graham, J., Keatley, T., Gunashanhar, G., & Kirkwood, J.

Atmosphere, 10, 181

State Government of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment 2019

State Government of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment 2019

State Government of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment 2019

State Government of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment 2019

Hanigan, I. C., Rolfe, M. I., Knibbs, L. D., Salimi, F., Cowie, C. T., Heyworth, J., Marks, G. B., Guo, Y., Cope, M., Bauman, A., Jalaludin, B., & Morgan, G. G.

Environment International, 126, 762-770

Chang, L.T.C., Scorgie, Y., Duc, H.N., Monk, K., Fuchs, D., & Trieu, T.

Atmosphere, 10(3), 138

Kendal, D., Flies, E., Marsh, P., Jones, P., Threlfall, C., Egerer, M., & Jones, M.

Healthy Landscapes Research Group, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania

Kidd, L., Bekessy, S. & Garrard, G.

Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 34(4), p278-282

Soanes, K., & Lentini, P.

Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 17(4), 483–486

Williams, K. J. H., Lee, K. E., Sargent, L.D., Johnson, K. A., Rayner, J., Farrell, C., Miller, R., & Williams, N. S. G.

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 44

Armstrong, G.P., Maitland, C., Lester, L., Trost, S., Trapp, G., Boruff, B., Al Marzooqi, M.K., & Christian, H.

Public health research & practice, 29(1)

Lim, K.H., Lee, K.E., Kendal, D., Rashidi, L., Naghizade, E., Feng, Y., & Wang, J.

In A. Visvizi & M. Lytras (Eds.), Smart Cities. Elsevier. Pages 77-107

This chapter builds on existing research highlighting the potential wellbeing benefits of nature by exploring largescale effects of green spaces for people in urban areas. To do this the researchers examined sentiment, emotion, and activities of people in Melbourne, Australia, focusing on the role of being in and around urban green spaces, across seasons and days, as well as the types of activities undertaken. These findings could help inform urban planning authorities, managers, and online recommendation systems, and could be extended to consider the effects of a range of different types of green spaces including those with different vegetation characteristics.

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Maller, C., Mumaw, L. & Cooke, B.

In JT du Toit, N Pettorelli & SM Durant (eds), Rewilding, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 165-181

This chapter reviews evidence of the health and social benefits of living with 'wild' nature in cities – from viewing trees and plants from inner-city windows through to wildlife gardening or restoring a creek side habitat. The growing momentum around the globe to bring nature back into urban environments is often referred to as ‘rewilding cities’. Cities are in focus for rewilding for several reasons – not only because they’re the most dominant form of human settlement. Cities present a unique context for thinking about nature and health because of the impacts and changes brought about by people and urbanisation processes on ecosystems. Individual health and wellbeing benefits are enhanced when it comes to more active interactions with nature in cities, such as citizens contributing to wildlife gardening on public land.

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Chambers, S. D., Guérette, E-A., Monk, K., Griffiths, A. D., Zhang, Y., Duc, H., Cope, M., Emmerson, K. M., Chang, L. T., Silver, J. D., Utembe, S., Crawford, J., Williams, A. G., & Keywood, M.

Atmosphere 10 (1), 25

Bhardwaj, M., Soanes, K., Lahoz‐Monfort, J. J, Lumsden, L. F., van der Ree, R.

Ecology and evolution 9 (1), 65-72

Hooper, P., Boruff, B., Beesley, B., Badland, B., & Giles-Corti, B.

Landscape and Urban Planning, 171, 57-67

Paton-Walsh, C., Guérette, É. A., Emmerson, K., Cope, M., Kubistin, D., Humphries, R., Wilson, S., Buchholz, R., Jones, N.B., Griffith, D.W.T., Dominick, D., Galbally, I., Keywood, M., Lawson, S., Harnwell, J., Ward, J., Griffiths, A., & Chambers, S.

Atmosphere 9, no. 12: 500

Wintle, B. A., Kujala, H., Whitehead, A., Cameron, A., Veloz, S., Kukkaka, A., Moilanen, A., Gordon, A., Lentini, P. E., Cadenhead, N. C. R., & Bekessy, S. A.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 116, pp. 909-914

Salimi, F., Morgan, G., Rolfe, M., Samoli, E., Cowie, C. T., Hanigan, I., Knibbs, L., Cope, M., Johnston, F. H., Guo, Y., Marks, G. B., Heyworth, J., & Jalaludin, B.

Environment International, 121, 415-420

Goodman, N.B., Wheeler, A.J., Paevere, P.J., Agosti, G., Nematollahi, N., & Steinemann, A.

Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, 12, 289–295

Utembe, S. R., Rayner, P. J., Silver, J. D., Guérette, E.-A., Fisher, J. A., Emmerson, K. M., Cope, M., Paton-Walsh, C., Griffiths, A. D., Duc, H., Monk, K., Scorgie, Y.

Atmosphere, 9, 466

Fiddes, S. L., Schofield, R., Silver, J., Rayner, P., Murphy, (Paton-Walsh) C., Brear, M., Manzie, C., Walter, C., Irving, I., Johnston, F. H., Abramson, M. J., Heyworth, J. & Dharmage, S. C.
Phelan, K., & Hurley, J.
Lowe, M., & Hooper, P.
Kendal, D.
Soanes, K.
Phelan, K., Hurley, J., & Bush, J.

Urban Policy and Research, 1-12

Bush, J., McCormick, K., Oke, C., Kiss, B., Voytenko Palgan, Y., & Wickenberg, B.
Knibbs, L. D., Van Donkelaar, A., Martin, R. V., Bechle, M. J., Brauer, M., Cohen, D. D., Cowie, C. T., Dirgawati,M., Guo, Y., Hanigan, I. C., Johnston, F. H., Marks, G. B., Marshall, J. D., Pereira, G., Jalaludin, B., Heyworth, J. S., Morgan, G. G., & Barnett, A.G.

Environmental Science and Technology 52(21), 12445-12455

Sievers, M. K., Hale, R., Parris, K. M., & Swearer, S. E.

Biological Reviews 93, 529-554

McKinney, M., Kowarik, I., & Kendal D.

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 29, 334-335

Threlfall, C. G., Law, B. S., & Peacock, R. J.

Austral Ecology, Vol 44 (1), pp 138-150

Jung, K. , & Threlfall, C. G.

Proc. R. Soc. B.28520181222

Mahmoudi Farahani, L., & Maller, C.

Landscape Online, 2018

Cope, M., Fisher, J., Forehead, H., Hanigan, I., Heyworth, J., Knibbs, L., Murphy, C., Pereira, G., Porta Cubas, A., Rayner, P., Silver, J., & Wilson, S.
Dominick, D., Wilson, S. R., Paton-Walsh, C., Humphries, R., Guérette, E., Keywood, M., Kubistin, D., & Marwick, B.

Atmospheric Environment, 186, 256-265

Drijfhout, M., & Kendal, D.

Australasian Science, 39, (4), 30

Maller, C., Farahani, L., Mata, L., Higgs, C., Davern, M., Parris, K., Lee, K., Williams, K., & Lentini, P.
Kirk H, Threlfall C, Soanes K, Ramalho C, Parris K, Amati M, Bekessy SA, & Mata L.
Egerer, M. H., Lin, B. B., Threlfall, C. G., & Kendal, D. (2018).

Science of Total Environment, 646, 111-120

Soanes, K., Sievers, M., Chee, Y. E., Williams, N. S. G., Bhardwaj, M., Marshall, A. J., & Parris, K. M.

Conservation Biology. 1–7

Nathan, A., Villanueva, K., Rozek, J., Davern, M., Gunn, L., Trapp, G., Boulange, C. & Christian, H.

American Journal of Health Promotion, 32(6), 1460-1468

Kirk, H., Threlfall, C., Soanes, K., Ramalho, C. E., Parris, K., Amati, M., Bekessy, S. A., & Mata, L.
Ives, C. D. , Gordon, A. , Oke, C., Raymond, C.M., Hehir, A. & Bekessy, S.A.

Journal of environmental planning and management, 61(12), pp.2133-2150

Soanes, K., Sievers, M., Chee, Y. E., Williams, N. S. G., Bhardwaj, M., Marshall, A. J., Parris, K. M.

Conservation Biology, 33, (2), 300-306

Maller, C., & Mahmoudi Farahani, L.

Analysis and Policy Observatory, 2018

Mahmoudi Farahani, L., & Maller, C.

Analysis and Policy Observatory

Sievers, M. K., Hale, R., Swearer, S. E., & Parris, K. M.

Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 161, 482-488

Parris, K.M.

Landscape Ecol Eng 14, 201–208

Forehead, H., Huynh, N. (2018) .

Environmental Pollution, 241, 775-786

Hardy, M. J., Fitzsimons, J. A., Bekessy, S. A., Gordon, A.

Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Vol. 16 (6), pp 336-344

Parris, K.M., Amati, M., Bekessy, S.A., Dagenais, D., Fryd, O., Hahs, A.K , Hes, D., Imberger, S.J., Livesley, S.J., Marshall, A.J., Rhodes, J.R., Threlfall, C.G., Tingley, R., van der Ree, R., Walsh, C.J., Wilkerson, M.L. & Williams, N.S.G.

Cities. Volume 83, Pages 44-53

Threlfall, C. G. and Kendal, D.

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 29:348-356

Currey, K. C., Kendal, D., van der Ree, R., & Lentini, P. E.

Diversity 10, 39

Farahani, L., Maller, C., & Phelan, K.

Landscape Online, vol. 59, pp. 1-18

Kendal, D., Dobbs, C., Gallagher, R. V., Beaumont, L. J., Baumann, J., Williams, N. S. G., Livesley, S. J., & Algar, A.

Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27, (5), 629-637

Lim, K. H., Lee, K. E., Rashidi, L., Naghizade, E., Kendal, D., Winter, S., & Vasardani, M.

In WWW ’18 Companion: The 2018 Web Conference Companion, April 23–27, 2018, Lyon, France. ACM, New York, NY, USA

Currey, K. C., Kendal, D., van der Ree, R., & Lentini, P. E.
Wang, J., Feng, Y., Naghizadeh, E., Rashidi, L., Lim, K.H., & Lee, K.E.

Proceedings of the 2018 Web Conference, 1401-1405

Steinemann, A., Wheeler, A. J., & Larcombe, A.

Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 1-7

Threlfall, C, Soanes, K., Mata, L., Lee, K., Ramalho, C., Bush, J., Mumaw, L., Williams, N., Parris, K. & Bekessy, S.
Guérette, E. A., Paton-Walsh, C., Desservettaz, M., Smith, T. E. L., Volkova, L., Weston, C. J., & Meyer, C. P.

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18(5), 3717-3735

Davern, M., Gunn, L., Whitzman, C., Higgs, C., Giles-Corti, B., Simons, K., Villenaueva, K., Mavoa, S., Roberts, R. & Badland, H

Cities & Health, March 13, 1-16

Steinemann, A.

Preventive Medicine Reports. Volume 10, 191-194

Bekessy, S. A. , Runge, M. C. , Kusmanoff, A. M. , Keith, D. A. , Wintle, B.A.

A. Biological Conservation, Vol 224, pp. 71-74

Victorian Government Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Christian, H., Rosenberg, M., Trost, S., Thornton, A., Schipperkin, J., Lester, l., Maitland, C., Trapp, G., Zubrick, S., Boruff, B., & Powell, J.
Williams, K.J.H., Lee, K., Hartig, T., Sargent, L., Williams, N., Johnson, K.

Journal of Environmental Psychology, 56, 36-45

Sievers, M., Parris, K. M., Swearer, S. E., & Hale, R.

Ecological Applications, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 1106-1115

Goodman, N. B., Wheeler, A. J., Paevere, P. J., Selleck, P. W., Cheng, M., & Steinemann, A.

Building and Environment, 2018, 135, 344-351

Maller, C.

Routledge Studies in Environment and Health, Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom

This book argues that the concept of a ‘healthy city’ means a city designed and recognised as habitat for more than just humans. It has three inter-related objectives. First, it aims to foster a greater appreciation of the animals and other non-human species and to illustrate ways of thinking, knowing and understanding cities and urban environments as more-than-human habitats.  Second, it encourages experimentation with new concepts and ideas from a more-than-human perspective and think about different interventions solutions for change. Third, in interpreting and summarising some key contributions of more-than-human thought, the book is aimed at applied researchers, scholars and students in a range of fields including health sociology, public health, human geography and urban planning and design. It is also aimed at professionals and policymakers interested in innovative ideas and concepts.

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Lee, K.E., & Kendal, D.

In: A. Ossola & J. Niemelä (Eds.), Urban biodiversity: From Research to Practice. London & New York: Routledge.

This chapter builds on existing research highlighting the potential benefits of biodiverse nature by exploring management considerations for urban green spaces that enhance biodiversity and biodiversity conservation. To do this we provide a conceptual framework to help understand the role of biodiversity in how people perceive, prefer, and value nature experiences. This framework focuses on the roles of environment and people-related factors and implications for managing green spaces in ways that can benefit people and biodiversity. It is possible that varied engagement and management approaches in urban areas are one way of maximising biodiversity and supporting members of diverse communities.

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Davern, M., Roberts, R., & Higgs, C.
Hardy, M. J., Bekessy, S. A., Fitzsimons, J. A., Mata, L., Cook, C., Nankivell, A., Smillie, K., & Gordon, A.

Biological Conservation 220: 84–93

Ramalho, C. E., Ottewell , K. M., Chambers, B. K., Yates, C. J., Wilson, B. A., Bencini, R., & Barrett, G.

PLoS ONE 13(2): e0191190

Backstrom, A., Garrard, G. E., Hobbs, R. J., & Bekessy, S. A.

Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Vol. 16, pp. 109-117

Ramalho, C. E., Laliberté, E., Poot, P., & Hobbs, R.

J. Veg Sci. 2018;00:1–12

Schwerdtle, P., Bowen, K., McMichael, C.

BMC Medicine, 16:1 Migrant and Refugee Health Collection

Heyworth, J.
Gong, Y., Rimba, P., & Sinnott, R.O.

IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC) Conference, Austin Texas

MacLachlan, A., Biggs, E., Roberts, G., Boruff, B.

Urban Science, 1(38)

Kendal, D., Farrar, A., Plant, L., Threlfall, C,G., Bush, J., Baumann, J.
Lowe, E. C., Threlfall, C. G., Wilder, S. M., & Hochuli, D. F.

Biodiversity and Conservation, Vol. 27, pp. 829–852

Arundel, J., Lowe, M., Hooper, P., Roberts, R., Rozek, J., Higgs, C., & Giles-Corti, B.
Kirk, H., Smith, T., Backstrom, A., Morán-Ordóñez, A., Garrard, G. E., Gordon, A., Ives, C. D., Bekessy, S. A., & Mata, L.
Guérette, E., Monk, K., Utembe, S., Silver, J., Emmerson, K., Griffiths, A., Duc, H., Chang, L., Trieu, T., Jiang, N., Scorgie, Y., Cope, M. & Paton-Walsh, C.

Conference presentation – extended abstract

Hurley, J., Taylor, E.J., & Phelan, K.

Planning Practice & Research, Vol. 32, pp. 508-523

Duncan, J. M. A., Boruff, B., Saunders, A., Sun, Q., Hurley, J., & Amati, M.

Science of the Total Environment, 656, 118-128

Hanigan, I. C., Williamson, G. J., Knibbs, L. D., Horsley, J., Rolfe, M. I., Cope, A., Barnett, A. G., Cowie, C. T., Heyworth, J. S., Jalaludin, B., Serre, M., & Morgan, G. G.

Environmental Science and Technology, 51, 12473-12480

Garrard, G. E., Williams, N. S. G. , Mata, L., Thomas, J., & Bekessy, S. A.

Conservation Letters, Vol. 11, pp. 1-10

Bowman, D. M. J. S., Garnett, S. T., Barlow, S., Bekessy, S. A., Bellairs, S. M., Bishop, M. J., Bradstock, R. A., Jones, D. N., Maxwell, S. L., Pittock, J., Toral-Granda, M. V., Watson, J. E. M., Wilson, T., Zander, K. K., & Hughes, L.

Restoration Ecology, Vol. 25, pp. 674-680

Kusmanoff, A. M., Fidler, F., Gordon, A., & Bekessy, S. A.

Environmental Science and Policy, Vol. 77, pp. 160-165

Hardy, M. J., Fitzsimons, J. A., Bekessy, S. A., & Gordon, A.

Conservation Biology, Vol. 32, pp. 276–286

Mumaw, L. M., Maller, C., & Bekessy S. A.

Cities and the Environment (CATE), 10, Article 6

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MacLachlan, A.C., Biggs, E., Roberts, G.J., and Boruff, B.J.

International Journal of Remote Sensing, 38(20), 5763–5792

Goodman, N. B., Steinemann, A., Wheeler, A. J., Paevere, P. J. Cheng, M. & Brown, S.K.

Building and Environment, 122, 116-125

Paton-Walsh, C., Guérette, E. A., Kubistin, D., Humphries, R., Stephen, R. W., Dominick, D., Galbally, I., Buchholz, R., Bhujel, M., Chambers, S., Cheng, M., Cope, M., Davy, P., Emmerson, K., Griffith, W. T. D., Griffiths, A., Keywood, M., Lawson, S., Molloy, S., Rea, G., Selleck, P., Shi, X., Simmons, J.,

Earth System Science Data 9(1), 349-362

Cranney, K., Bekessy, S. A., & Mata, L.
Li, T., Burke, M., & Dodson, J.

Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 58, 63-71.

Mumaw, L. M., & Bekessy, S. A.

Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 24, pp. 242-246

Schofield, R., Walter, C., Silver, J., Brear, M., Rayner, P., & Bush, M.
Davern, M., Farrar, A., Kendal, D. & Giles-Corti, B.
Gong, Y., Morandini, L., & Sinnott, R.

IEEE International Conference on Big Data and Smart Computing (BigComp)

Damiens, F., Mumaw, L., Backstrom, A., Bekessy, S. A., Coffey, B., Faulkner R., Garrard, G. E., Hardy, M., Kusmanoff, A., Mata, L., Rickards, L., Selinske, M., Torabi, N., & Gordon, A.

Global Policy. Vol. 8, pp. 253-256

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Ecology and Society, 22(2)

Lindenmayer, D. B., Crane, M., Evans, M. C., Moron, M., Gibbons, P., Bekessy, S. A., & Blanchard, W.

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Ives, C. D., Oke, C., Hehir, A. , Gordon, A., Wang, Y., & Bekessy, S. A.

Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 161, pp. 32-43

Li, T., Sipe, N., & Dodson, J.

Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 51, 43-52

Phillips, F., Naylor, T., Griffith, D. W. T., Paton-Walsh, C.

University of Wollongong, PANGAEA

Phillips, F., Griffith, D.W.T., & Naylor, T.

University of Wollongong, PANGAEA

Kirkwood, J., Gunashanhar, G., Phillips, F., Naylor, T., Riley, M., Scorgie, Y., & Guérette, E-A.

Office Environment and Heritage, Australia, PANGAEA

Phillips, F., Naylor, T., Paton-Walsh, C., Gunashanhar, G., Kirkwood, J., Griffith, D. W. T., Riley, M., Scorgie, Y., & Guérette, E-A.

PANGAEA

Guérette, E-A., Paton-Walsh, C., Kubistin, D., Humphries, R., Bhujel, M., Buchholz, R. R., Chambers, S., Cheng, M., Davy, P., Dominick, D., Galbally, I., Griffith, D. W. T., Griffiths, A., Keywood, M., Lawson, S., Molloy, S., Selleck, P., Simmons, J., & Wilson, S. R.

PANGAEA

Guérette, E‐A., Galbally, I., & Kubistin, D.

PANGAEA

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Hardy, M. J., Fitzsimons, J. A., Bekessy, S. A., & Gordon, A.

Conservation Letters, Vol. 10, pp. 221-230

Rayner, P., & Murphy, C.
Boruff, B., Amati, M., Caccetta, P., Devereux, D., Kaspar, J., Phelan, K., & Saunders, A.
Threlfall, C. G., Mata, L., Mackie, J. A., Hahs, A. K., Stork, N. E., Williams, N. S. G. & Livesley, S. J.

Journal of Applied Ecology, Vol. 54, pp. 1874-1883

Mata, L., Threlfall, C. G., Williams, N. S. G., Hahs, A. K., Malipatil, M., Stork, N. E., & Livesley, S. J.

Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, 40970

Garrard, G. E., Faulkner, R., Mata, L., Torabi, N., Peterson, I., Gordon, A. & Bekessy, S. A.
Parris, K. M.

Bulletin of the British Ecological Society, Vol. 47, pp. 28-31

Ives, C. D., Lentini, P. E., Threlfall, C. G., Ikin, K., Shanahan, D. F., Garrard, G. E., Bekessy, S. A., Fuller, R. A., Mumaw, L., Rayner, L., Rowe, R., Valentine, L. E., & Kendal, D.

Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25, 117–126

Murphy, C.
Drijfhout, M., Kendal, D., Vohl, D. & Green, P. T.

Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14, 525–526

Dirgawati, M., Heyworth, J. S., Wheeler, A. J., McCaul, K. A., Blake, D., Boeyen, J., Cope, M., Yeap, B. B., Nieuwenhuijsen, M., Brunekreef, B., & Hinwood, A.

Atmospheric Environment, 144, 69-78

Lentini, P. , Woinarski, J. , Wintle, B. , Garnett, S. & Currey, K.
Steinemann, A.

Preventive Medicine Reports, 5, 45–47

Knibbs, L. D., Coorey, C. P., Bechle, M. J., Cowie, C. T., Dirgawati, M., Heyworth, J. S., Marks, G. B., Marshall, J.D., Morawska, L., Pereira, G., & Hewson, M.G.

Environmental Science and Technology, 50(22), 12331-12338

Mata, L., Ives, C. D., Morán-Ordóñez, A., Garrard, G. E., Gordon, A., Cranney, K., Smith, T. R., Backstrom, A., Bickel, D. J., Hahs, A. K., Malipatil, M., Moir, M. L., Plein, M., Porch, N., Semeraro, L., Walker, K., Vesk, P. A., Parris, K. M., & Bekessy, S. A.
Mata, L., Garrard, G. E., Kutt, A. S., Wintle, B. C., En Chee, Y., Backstrom, A., Bainbridge, B., Urlus, J., Brown, G. W., Tolsma, A. D., Yen, A. L., New, T. R., & Bekessy, S. A.

Austral Ecology, Vol. 42, pp. 297-308

Kendal, D., Lee, K., Ramalho, C., Bowen, K., Bush, J.
Steinemann, A.

Atmosphere and Health, 9, 861-866

Keywood, M., Selleck, P., Galbally, I., Lawson, S., Powell, J., Cheng, M., Gillett, R., Ward, J., Harnwell, J., Dunne, E., Boast, K., Reisen, F., Molloy, S., Griffiths, A., Chambers, S., Crumeyrolle, S., Zhang, C., Zeng, J., & Fedele, R.

v3. CSIRO. Data Collection

Keywood, M., Selleck, P., Galbally, I., Lawson, S., Powell, J., Cheng, M., Gillett, R., Ward, J., Harnwell, J., Dunne, E., Boast, K., Reisen, F., Molloy, S., Griffiths, A., Chambers, S., Crumeyrolle, S., Zhang, C., Zeng, J., & Fedele, R.

v3. CSIRO. Data Collection

Kusmanoff, A. M., Fidler, F., Hardy, M., Maffey, G., Raymond, C , Reed, M., Fitzsimons, J., & Bekessy, S. A.

Environmental Science and Policy, Vol. 61, pp. 124–128

West, S., Schultz, L., & Bekessy, S. A.

Environmental management, Vol. 58, pp 399–416

Bekessy, S. A., Hardy, M., Backstrom, A., Damiens, F,. Faulkner, R., Garrard, G. E., Gordon, A., Hartridge, S., Kusmanoff, A., Mata, L., Mumaw, L., Selinske, M. & Torabi N.
Mata, L., Garrard, G. E., Hahs, A. K., Bolitho, J., Chambers, L., Clemann, N., Faulkner, R., Foster, J., Harris, G. J., Kutt, A., McMaster, D., McMullan-Fisher, S., Menkhorst, P., Read, C., Sinclair, S., Sparks, D., Stajsic, V., Tsyrlin, E., West, M., Parris, K., & Bekessy, S. A.
Emmerson, K. M., Galbally, I. E., Guenther, A. B., Paton-Walsh, C., Guerette, E-A., Cope, M. E., Keywood, M. D., Lawson, S. J., Molloy, S. B., Dunne, E., Thatcher, M., Karl, T., & Maleknia, S. D.

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16(11), 6997-7011

Maron, M., Ives, C. D., Kujala, H., Bull, J. W., Maseyk, F,. Bekessy, S. A., Gordon, A., Watson, J. E. M. , Lentini, P., Gibbons, P., Possingham, H. P., Hobbs, R. J., Keith, D. A., Wintle, B. A., & Evans, M. C.

BioScience, Vol. 66, pp. 489-498

Kusmanoff, A., Selinske, M., Mata, L., Bekessy, S. A., Gordon, A., Garrard, G. E., Corney, H., Backstrom, A., Toorabi, N., Hardy, M. & Damiens, F.
Kusmanoff, A., Gordon, A., Backstrom, A., Damiens, F., Faulkner, R., Garrard, G. E., Hardy. M., Hartridge, S., Mata, L., Mumaw, L., Selinske, M., Torabi, N. & Bekessy, S. A.
Faulkner R, Corney H, Damiens F, Kusmanoff A, Gordon A, Hardy M, Backstrom A, Mata L, Mumaw L, Selinske M, Hartridge S, van Wijnen S, Smith T, Garrard GE, Peterson I, Torabi N & Bekessy SA.
Torabi, N., Mata, L., Gordon, A., Garrard, G., Wescott, W., Dettmann, P., & Bekessy, S. A.

T Global Ecology and Conservation, Vol. 7, pp. 1-11

Torabi, N., Cooke, B., & Bekessy, S. A.

Australian Geographer, Vol. 47, pp. 139–156

Pauli, N. & Boruff, B.

In D. Biermann, D. Olaru & V. Paül. (Eds.), Planning Boomtown and Beyond (pp. 908-4)

Sinnott, R. O. and the AURIN Technical Team.

Australian Economic Review, 49, 208–223

Parris, K. M.

Wiley Blackwell, Oxford

This book provides an accessible introduction to urban ecology, using established ecological theory to identify generalities in the complexity of urban environments.  It examines the bio-physical processes of urbanisation and how these work together to influence a) the characteristics of urban environments in developed and developing countries, and b) the dynamics of urban populations, communities and ecosystems.  With a strong international focus, it also explores the ecology of humans in cities and discusses practical strategies for conserving biodiversity and maintaining ecosystem services in urban environments. Designed as a text book for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students, Ecology of Urban Environments will also be an invaluable resource for researchers and policy-makers in the urban sphere.

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Pauli, N. & Boruff, B.

In: Biermann, D. Olaru and V. Paül. (Eds). Planning Boomtown and Beyond. Perth, WA: UWA Publishing, ISBN: 978-1-74258-908-4

This book chapter examined the role of urban ecosystems, and particularly native biodiversity, in providing for liveable communities in Perth. Conceptually, similarities exist between notions of ‘ecosystem services’ and ‘liveability’ as both have been used in policy and management contexts, however, little research exists identifying how these two concepts might be combined and applied in urban planning. Specifically, the authors assess the degree to which (1) biodiversity and natural environments and (2) ecosystem services and green infrastructure have been considered within past and existing urban planning frameworks for the Perth metropolitan area. This work established a baseline for future demand-side research on natural environments and green infrastructure to better inform policy makers involved in urban planning and management.

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Murphy, C.
Wilson, A., Kendal, D., & Moore, J. L.

Ecopsychology, 8, 257-263

Garrard, G. E., Fidler, F., Wintle, B. C., En Chee, Y., & Bekessy, S. A.

Conservation Letters, Vol. 9, pp. 208–212

Parris, K. M.

Pp. 151-158 in R. van der Ree, C. Grilo and D. Smith (eds), Handbook of Road Ecology (Wiley Blackwell, Oxford)