Academic Papers


Salimi F, Hanigan I, Jalaludin B, Guo Y, Rolfe M, Heyworth JS, Cowie CT, Knibbs LD, Cope M, Marks GB, Morgan GG. (2020). Associations between long-term exposure to ambient air pollution and Parkinson’s disease prevalence: A cross-sectional study. Neurochemistry International, Volume 133


Goodman, N., Nematollahi, N., Agosti, G. and Steinemann, A., 2019. Evaluating air quality with and without air fresheners. Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 25 Oct.

Steinemann, A. and Goodman, N., 2019. Fragranced consumer products and effects on asthmatics: an international population-based study. Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 12(6):643-649

Steinemann, A., 2019. International prevalence of fragrance sensitivity. Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 12(8):891-897

Steinemann, A., 2019. International prevalence of chemical sensitivity, co-prevalences with asthma and autism, and effects from fragranced consumer products. Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health, 12(5):519-527

Steinemann, A., 2019. Ten questions concerning fragrance-free policies and indoor environments. Building and Environment, 159:106054

Williams, K.J.H., Lee, K., Sergeant, L., Johnson, K., Rayner, J., Farrell, C., Miller, R., Williams, N.S.G. (2019). Appraising the psychological benefits of green roofs for city residents and workers. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 126399

Popek, R., Haynes, A., Przybysz, A., Robinson, S.A. How Much Does Weather Matter? Effects of Rain and Wind on PM Accumulation by Four Species of Australian Native Trees. Atmosphere 2019, 10, 633

Monk, K., Guérette, E.-A., Paton-Walsh, C., Silver, J.D., Emmerson, K.M., Utembe, S.R., Zhang, Y., Griffiths, A.D., Chang, L. .-C., Duc, H.N., Trieu, T., Scorgie, Y., Cope, M.E. Evaluation of Regional Air Quality Models over Sydney and Australia: Part 1—Meteorological Model Comparison. Atmosphere 2019, 10, 374

Bush, J., Doyon, A. (2019). Building urban resilience with nature-based solutions: how can urban planning contribute? Cities, Vol. 95

Bolleter, J. Ramalho, C.E. (2019). Greenspace-Oriented Development – Reconciling Urban Density and Nature in Suburban Cities. SpringerBriefs in Geography.

Chambers, S.D., Guérette, E., 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. (2019) Skill-Testing Chemical Transport Models across Contrasting Atmospheric Mixing States Using Radon-222. Atmosphere

Chang, L.T-C., Scorgie, Y., Duc, H. N., Monk, K., Fuchs, D., Trieu, T. (2019) Major Source Contributions to Ambient PM2.5 and Exposures within the New South Wales Greater Metropolitan Region. Atmosphere

Dominick, D.,Wilson, S.R., Paton-Walsh, C., Humphres, R., Guérette, E., Keywood, M., Selleck, P., Kubistin, D., Marwick, B. (2019) Particle formation in a complex environment. Atmosphere

Farahani, L.M., Maller. C (2019) Investigating the benefits of ‘leftover’ places: Residents’ use and perceptions of an informal greenspace in Melbourne. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, Vol.  41, pp. 292-302

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. (2019) Nature-based solutions for urban climate change adaptation: linking science, policy, and practice communities for for evidence-based decision-making. Bioscience, Vol. 69, pp. 455–466

Haddock, J.K., Threlfall, C.G., Law, B., Hochuli, D.F. (2019) Light pollution at the urban forest edge and its impact on insectivorous bats Biological Conservation, Vol. 236, pp.17-28

Haddock, J.K., Threlfall, C.G., Law, B., Hochuli, D.F. (2019) Responses of insectivorous bats and nocturnal insects to local changes in street light technology Austral Ecology

Haynes, A., Popek, R., Paton-Walsh, C., Robinson, S.A. (2019) Roadside Moss Turfs in South East Australia Capture More Particulate Matter Along an Urban Gradient than a Common Native Tree Species. Atmosphere

Mata, L., Garrard, G.E., Fidler, F., Ives, C.D., Maller, C., Wilson, J., Thomas, F., Bekessy, S.A. (2019) Punching above their weight: the ecological and social benefits of pop-up parks. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Ordóñez, C., Threlfall, C.G., Kendal, D., Hochuli, D.F., Davern, M., Fuller, R.A., van der Ree, R., Livesley, S.J., (2019) Urban forest governance and decision-making: a systematic review and synthesis of the perspectives of municipal managers Landscape and urban planning, Vol. 189, pp. 166-180

Phillips, F.A, Naylor, T., Forehead, H., Griffith, D.W.T., Kirkwood, J., Paton-Walsh, C. (2019)  Vehicle Ammonia Emissions Measured in An Urban Environment in Sydney, Australia, Using Open Path Fourier Transform Infra-Red Spectroscopy. Atmosphere

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. (2019) Understanding Spatial Variability of Air Quality in Sydney: Part 1—A Suburban Balcony Case Study. Atmosphere

Soanes, K. & Lentini, P.E. (2019) When cities are the last chance for saving species. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Wadlow, I., Paton-Walsh, C., Forehead, H., Perez, P., Amirghasemi, M., Guérette, E., Gendek, O., Kumar, P. (2019) Understanding Spatial Variability of Air Quality in Sydney: Part 2—A Roadside Case Study. Atmosphere

Zhang, Y., Jena, C., Wang, K., Paton-Walsh, C., Guérette, E., Utembe, S., Silver, J.D., Keywood, M. (2019) Multiscale Applications of Two Online-Coupled Meteorology-Chemistry Models during Recent Field Campaigns in Australia, Part I: Model Description and WRF/Chem-ROMS Evaluation Using Surface and Satellite Data and Sensitivity to Spatial Grid ResolutionsAtmosphere

Zhang.Y., Wang, K., Jena, C., Paton-Walsh, C., Guérette, E., Utembe, S., Silver, J.D., Keywood, M. (2019) Multiscale Applications of Two Online-Coupled Meteorology-Chemistry Models during Recent Field Campaigns in Australia, Part II: Comparison of WRF/Chem and WRF/Chem-ROMS and Impacts of Air-Sea Interactions and Boundary Conditions. Atmosphere


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. Long-term exposure to low concentrations of air pollutants and  hospitalisation for respiratory diseases: A prospective cohort study in Australia. Environment International.

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. (2018). Long-term Exposure to Air Pollutants and Hospitalisation for Respiratory Diseases in Western Sydney: Sub-study.

Williams, K.J.H., Lee, K., Hartig, T., Sargent, L., Williams, N., Johnson, K. (2018). Conceptualising creativity benefits of nature experience: Attention restoration and mind wandering as complementary processes. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 56, 36-45.

Backstrom A., Garrard G.E., Hobbs R.J., Bekessy S.A,. (2018) Grappling with the social dimension of novel ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Vol. 16, pp. 109-117.

Bekessy, S.A., Runge, M.C., Kusmanoff, A.M., Keith, D.A., Wintle, B.A. (2018) Ask not what nature can do for you: A critique of ecosystem services as a communication strategy. Biological Conservation, Vol 224, pp. 71-74.

Christian, H., Rosenberg, M., Trost, S., Thornton, A., Schipperkin, J., Lester, l., Maitland, C., Trapp, G., Zubrick, S., Boruff, B., Powell, J., (2018) Findings from the Western Australian ‘PLAY Spaces and Environments for Children’s Physical Activity’ Study. The University of Western Australia, School of Population and Global Health. 

Currey, K.C, Kendal, D, van der Ree, R., and Lentini, P.E (2018) Land manager perspectives on conflict mitigation strategies for urban flying-fox camps. Diversity, Vol. 10, pp.1-15.

Davern, M., Roberts, R., Higgs, C. (2018) Neighbourhood Liveability Assessment of Shepparton: The application of indicators as evidence to plan for a healthy and liveable regional city. RMIT University.

Davern, M., Roberts, R., Higgs, C. (2018) Walkability in Tasmania: Assessment in the Local Government Areas of Brighton, Clarence and Launceston. RMIT University.

Dobbs, C., Eleuterio, A.A., Amaya, J.D., Montoya J., Kendal D. (2018), The benefits of urban and peri-urban forestry. Unasylva, Vol. 69, pp. 22-29.

Dominick, D; Wilson, S.R., Paton-Walsh, C., Humphries, R., Guérette, E., Keywood, M., Kubistin, D., Marwick, B. (2018) Characteristics of airborne particle number size distributions in a coastal-urban environment. Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 186, pp. 256-265.

Drijfhout, M., Kendal, D. (2018). The Koala Conundrum. Australasian Science.

Duncan, J.M.A., Boruff, B., Saunders, A., Sun, Q., Hurley, J., Amati, M. (2018) Turning down the heat: An enhanced understanding of the relationship between urban vegetation and surface temperature at the city scale. Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 656, pp. 118-128

Egerer, M., Lin, B.B, Threlfall, C.G, Kendal, D (in press) Temperature variability influences urban garden plant richness and gardener water use behavior, but not planting decisions. Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 646, pp. 111-120.

Forehead, H., Huynh, N. (2018) Review of modelling air pollution from traffic at street-level – The state of the science. Environmental Pollution, Vol. 241, pp. 775-786.

Goodman, N.B., Wheeler, A.J.,Paevere, P.J., Agosti, G., Nematollahi, N., Steinemann, A. (2018) Emissions from dryer vents during use of fragranced and fragrance-free laundry productsAir Quality, Atmosphere and Health, pp. 1-7.

Goodman, N.B., Wheeler, A.J., Paevere, P.J., Selleck, P.W., Cheng, M., and Steinemann, A. (2018) Indoor volatile organic compounds at an Australian university. Building and Environment, Vol. 135 , pp. 344-351

Hardy, M.J., Bekessy, S.A., Fitzsimons, J.A., Mata, L., Cook, C., Nankivell, A., Smillie, K., and Gordon, A. (2018) Protecting nature on private land using revolving funds: Assessing property suitability. Biological Conservation, Vol. 220, 84–93.

Hardy, M.J., Fitzsimons, J.A., Bekessy, S.A., Gordon, A. (Accepted, 31 Jan 2018) Purchase, protect, resell, repeat: An effective process for conserving biodiversity on private land? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Vol. 16, pp. 336-344.

Hooper, P., Boruff, B., Beesley., B., Badland, B., Giles-Corti, B., (2018) Testing spatial measures of public open space planning standards with walking and physical activity health outcomes: findings from the Australian National Liveability Study. Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 171, pp. 57-67.

Jung, K., Threlfall, C. G., (2018) Trait-dependent tolerance of bats to urbanization: a global meta-analysis.Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Vol. 285, pp. 1-9.

Kendal, D., Dobbs, C., Gallagher, R.V., Beaumont, L.J., Baumann, J., Williams, N.S.G., Livesley, S.J., Algar, A. (2018) A global comparison of the climatic niches of urban and native tree. Global Ecology and Biogeography, Vol. 27, pp. 629-637.

Lim, K.H., Lee, K.E., Kendal, D., Rashidi, L., Naghizade, E., Winter, S., Vasardani, M., (2018) The Grass is Greener on the Other Side: Understanding the Effects of Green Spaces on Twitter User Sentiments. WWW ’18 Companion Proceedings of the The Web Conference 2018, pp. 275-282.

Mahmoudi Farahani, L., Maller, C. (2018) Investigating residents’ use and perceptions of informal greenspaces: a study of Stony Creek in Melbourne’s west. Analysis and Policy Observatory.

Mahmoudi Farahani, L., Maller, C. (2018) Perceptions and Preferences of Urban Greenspaces: A Literature Review and Framework for Policy and PracticeLandscape Online, Vol. 61, pp. 1-22.

Mahmoudi Farahani, L., Maller, C., and Phelan, K. (2018) Private Gardens as Urban Greenspaces: Can They Compensate for Poor Greenspace Access in Lower Socioeconomic Neighbourhoods? Landscape Online, Vol. 59, pp.1-18.

Maller, C., Mahmoudi Farahani, L. (2018) Snakes in the city: understanding urban residents’ responses to greening interventions for biodiversity. Analysis and Policy Observatory.

Maller, C. (2018). Healthy urban environments: More-than-human theories, Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom

McKinney, M., Kowarik, I., and Kendal D. (2018) The contribution of wild urban ecosystems to liveable citiesUrban Forestry & Urban Greening, Vol. 29, pp. 334-335.

Parris, K.M. (2018) Existing ecological theory applies to urban environments. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, Vol. 14, pp. 201–208.

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. (2018) The seven lamps of planning for biodiversity in the city. Cities, Vol. 83, pp. 44-53.

Paton-Walsh, C., Guérette, E., 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. (2019) Urban Air Quality in a Coastal City: Wollongong during the MUMBA Campaign. Atmosphere

Phelan, K, Hurley, J and Bush, J (2018) Land Use Planning’s Role in Urban Forest Strategies: Recent Local Government Approaches in Australia. Urban Policy and Research. 

Ramalho, C.E., Ottewell, K.M., Chambers, B.K., Yates, C., Wilson, B.A., Bencini R., Barrett, G. (2018) Demographic and Genetic Viability of a Medium-Sized Ground-Dwelling Mammal in a Fire Prone, Rapidly Urbanizing Landscape. PlosOne, Vol. 13, pp.1-21

Ramalho, C.E., Laliberté E., Poot P., Hobbs, R. (2018) Effects of fragmentation on the plant functional composition and diversity of remnant woodlands in a young and rapidly expanding city. Journal of vegetation Science, Vol. 29, pp. 285-296.

Schwerdtle, P., Bowen, K., McMichael, C. (2018) The health impacts of climate-related migration. BMC Medicine, Vol. 16, pp. 1-7.

Sievers, M.K., Hale, R., Parris, K.M., and Swearer, S.E. (2018) Impacts of human-induced environmental change in wetlands on aquatic animals. Biological Reviews, Vol. 93, pp. 529-554.

Sievers, M.K., Hale, R., Swearer, S.E., Parris, K.M. (2018) Contaminant mixtures interact to impair predator-avoidance behaviours and survival in a larval amphibian. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Vol. 161, pp. 482-488

Sievers, M., Parris, K.M., Swearer, S.E., Hale, R. (2018) Stormwater wetlands can function as ecological traps for urban frogs. Ecological Applications, Vol. 28, pp. 1106-1115.

Soanes, K., Sievers, M., Chee, Y.E., Williams, N.S. G., Bhardwaj, M., Marshall, A.J., Parris, K.M. (2018) Correcting common misconceptions to inspire conservation action in urban environmentsConservation Biology. Vol. 0, pp. 1–7.

Steinemann, A. (2018) Prevalence and effects of multiple chemical sensitivities in Australia. Preventive Medicine Reports, Vol. 10, pp. 191-194.

Steinemann, A., Wheeler, A.J., and Larcombe, A. (2018) Fragranced consumer products: effects on asthmatic AustraliansAir Quality, Atmosphere & Health, Vol. 11, pp. 365–371.

Threlfall, C.G., Law, B.S., Peacock, R. J. (2018) Benchmarks and predictors of coarse woody debris in native forests of eastern AustraliaAustral Ecology. 

Threlfall, C.G. and Kendal, D. (2018) The distinct ecological and social roles that wild spaces play in urban ecosystems. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, Vol. 29, pp. 348-356

Utembe, S.R., Rayner, P.J., Silver, J.D., Guerette, E., Fisher, J.A., Emmerson, K.M., Cope, M., Paton-Walsh, C., Griffiths, A.D., Duc, H., Monk, K., Scorgie, Y. (2018) Hot Summers: Effect of Extreme Temperatures on Ozone in Sydney, Australia. Atmosphere, Vol. 9, pp. 1-25.

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 (2018) Global synthesis of conservation studies reveals the importance of small habitat patches for biodiversityProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 116, pp. 909-914


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. (2017) Renewal ecology: conservation for the Anthropocene. Restoration Ecology, Vol. 25, pp. 674-680.

Damiens F., Mumaw L., Backstrom A, Bekessy SA, Coffey B, Faulkner R, Garrard GE, Hardy M, Kusmanoff A, Mata L, Rickards L, Selinske M, Torabi N, Gordon A. (2017) Why politics and context matter in conservation policy: A response to Kareiva and FullerGlobal Policy. Vol. 8, pp. 253-256.

Garrard GE, Fidler F, Wintle BC, En Chee Y, Bekessy SA. (2016) Beyond advocacy: making space for conservation scientists in public debate. Conservation Letters, Vol. 9, pp. 208–212.

Garrard GE, Williams NSG, Mata L, Thomas J, Bekessy SA. (Online, 21 September 2017). Biodiversity sensitive urban design. Conservation Letters, Vol. 11, pp. 1-10.

Gong, Y., Morandini, L., and Sinnott, R. (2017) The Design and Benchmarking of a Cloud-based platform for processing and visualisation of traffic data2017 IEEE International Conference on Big Data and Smart Computing (BigComp).

Gong, Y., Rimba, P., Sinnott, R.O., (2017) A Big Data Architecture for Near Real-Time Traddic AnalyticsIEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC) Conference, Austin Texas. 

Goodman, N.B., Steinemann, A., Wheeler, A.J., Paevere, P.J., Cheng, M. and Brown, S.K., 2017. Volatile organic compounds within indoor environments in Australia. Building and Environment, Vol. 122, pp.116-125.

Guérette, E., Monk, K., Utembe, S., Silver, J., Emmerson, K., Griffiths, A., Duc, H., Chang, L., Trieu, T., Jiang, N., Scorgie, Y., Cope, M. and Paton-Walsh, C. (2017). Evaluation of regional air quality models over Sydney, AustraliaClean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand Conference 2017  [Conference presentation – extended abstract]

Guérette, Elise-Andrée; Paton-Walsh, Clare; Kubistin, Dagmar; Humphries, Ruhi; Bhujel, Mahendra; Buchholz, Rebecca R; Chambers, Scott; Cheng, Min; Davy, Perry; Dominick, Doreena; Galbally, Ian; Griffith, David W T; Griffiths, Alan; Keywood, Melita; Lawson, Sarah; Molloy, Suzie; Selleck, Paul; Simmons, Jack; Wilson, Stephen R (2017): Measurements of Urban, Marine and Biogenic Air (MUMBA): characterisation of trace gases and aerosol at the urban, marine and biogenic interface in summer in Wollongong, Australia. PANGAEA

Hanigan IC, Williamson GJ, Knibbs LD, Horsley J, Rolfe MI, Cope A, Barnett AG, Cowie CT, Heyworth JS, Jalaludin B, Serre M, Morgan GG. 2017 Blending Multiple Nitrogen Dioxide Data Sources for Neighborhood Estimates of Long-Term Exposure for Health Research. Environmental Science and technology, Vol. 51, pp. 12473-12480.

Hardy MJ, Fitzsimons JA, Bekessy SA, Gordon A. (2017) Exploring the permanence of conservation covenants. Conservation Letters, Vol. 10, pp. 221-230.

Hardy MJ, Fitzsimons JA, Bekessy SA, Gordon A. (Online, 20 July 2017) Factors influencing property selection for conservation revolving funds. Conservation Biology, Vol. 32, pp. 276–286

Hurley, J., Taylor, E.J., and Phelan, K., (2017) Collaboration with Caveats: Research-Practice Exchange in Planning. Planning Practice & Research, Vol. 32, pp. 508-523.

Ives CD, Gordon A, Oke C, Raymond CM, Heir A, Bekessy SA. (2017) Spatial scale influences how people value and perceive green open space. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

Ives, C. D, Oke, C., Hehir, A., Gordon, A., Wang, Y., Bekessy, S. A., (2017) Capturing residents’ values for urban green space: Mapping, analysis and guidance for practice. Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 161, pp. 32-43.

Kendal, D. and Lee, K. E. (2017). Managing biodiversity through social values and preferences. Niemela, J., Ossola, A. (eds) Urban Biodiversity: From Research to Practice, Routledge, New York pp 135-147

Kirkwood, J., Gunashanhar, G., Phillips, F., et al. (2017): Portable Monitoring Station measurements of trace gases relevant to air quality in Western Sydney, Australia from 23 May 2017 to 18 September 2017. PANGAEA.

Kusmanoff AM, Fidler F, Gordon A, Bekessy SA. (2017) Decline of ‘biodiversity’ in conservation policy discourse in Australia. Environmental Science and Policy, Vol. 77, pp. 160-165.

Li, T., Sipe, N., and Dodson, J. (2017) Social and spatial effects of transforming the private vehicle fleet in Brisbane, Australia. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, vol. 51, pp. 43-52.

Lindenmayer DB, Crane M, Evans MC, Moron M, Gibbons P, Bekessy SA, Blanchard W. (2017) The anatomy of a failed offset. Biological Conservation, Vol. 210, pp. 286-292.

Lowe E. C., Threlfall C. G., Wilder S. M., Hochuli D. F., (2017). Environmental drivers of spider community composition at multiple scales along an urban gradient. Biodiversity and Conservation, Vol. 27, pp. 829–852.

MacLachlan, A., Biggs, E., Roberts, G., Boruff, B., 2017. Urbanisation-induced Land Cover Temperature Dynamics for Sustainable Future Urban Heat Island Mitigation. Urban Science, Vol. 1, 38.

Mata L, Garrard GE, Kutt AS, Wintle BC, En Chee Y, Backstrom A, Bainbridge B, Urlus J, Brown GW, Tolsma AD, Yen AL, New TR, Bekessy SA. (2017) Eliciting and integrating expert knowledge to assess the viability of the critically endangered golden sun-moth Synemon plana. Austral Ecology, Vol. 42, pp. 297-308.

Mata L., Threlfall C. G., Williams N. S. G., Hahs A. K., Malipatil M., Stork N. E., Livesley S.J. (2017). Conserving herbivorous and predatory insects in urban green spaces. Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, 40970.

Mumaw LM, Bekessy SA. (2017) Wildlife gardening for collaborative public–private biodiversity conservation. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 24, pp. 242-246.

Mumaw LM, Maller C, Bekessy SA. (2017) Strengthening wellbeing in urban communities through wildlife gardening.Cities and the Environment (CATE): Vol. 10, Article 6.

Naylor, T., Phillips, F. (2017): 3D-Sonic Anemometer measurements of trace gases relevant to air quality in Western Sydney, Australia from 06 July 2017 to 14 September 2017. PANGAEA.

Naylor, TravisWilson, Stephen RPhillips, Frances (2017): DOAS measurements of trace gases relevant to air quality in Western Sydney, Australia from 28 October 2016 to 13 September 2017. PANGAEA.

Paton-Walsh, Clare; Guérette, Elise-Andrée; Kubistin, Dagmar; Humphries, Ruhi; Wilson, Stephen R; Dominick, Doreena; Galbally, Ian; Buchholz, Rebecca R; Bhujel, Mahendra; Chambers, Scott; Cheng, Min; Cope, Martin; Davy, Perry; Emmerson, Kathryn; Griffith, David W T; Griffiths, Alan; Keywood, Melita; Lawson, Sarah; Molloy, Suzie; Rea, Geraldine; Selleck, Paul; Shi, Xue; Simmons, Jack; Velazco, Voltaire (2017): The MUMBA Campaign: Measurements of Urban, Marine and Biogenic AirEarth System Science Data, Vol. 9, pp. 349-362.

Phillips. F., Naylor, T., Paton-Walsh, C., Gunashanhar, G., Kirkwood, J., Griffith, D.W.T., Riley, M., Scorgie, Y., Guérette, E. (2017): Measurements of trace gases relevant to air quality in Western Sydney, Australia, from May 2016 to September 2017 as part of the Western Air Shed and Particulate Study for Sydney (WASPSS). PANGAEA.

Phillips, F., Griffith, D.W.T., Naylor, T. (2017): TGA-FTIR measurements of trace gases relevant to air quality in Western Sydney, Australia from 16 July 2017 to 12 September 2017. PANGAEA.

Phillips, F., Naylor, T., Griffith, D.W.T., Paton-Walsh, C. (2017): OP-FTIR measurements of trace gases relevant to air quality in Western Sydney, Australia from 28 October 2016 to 13 September 2017. PANGAEA

Selinske MJ, Cooke B, Torabi N, Hardy MJ, Knight A, Bekessy SA. (2017) Locating financial incentives amongst diverse motivations for long-term private land conservation. Ecology and Society, Vol. 22, pp. 7.

Steinemann, A. (2017). Health and Societal Effects from Exposure to Fragranced Consumer Products. Preventive Medicine Reports, Vol. 5, pp. 45–47.

Threlfall, C. G., Mata, L., Mackie, J. A., Hahs, A. K., Stork, N. E., Williams, N. S. G. and Livesley, S. J. (2017). Increasing biodiversity in urban green spaces through simple vegetation interventions. Journal of Applied Ecology, Vol. 54, pp. 1874-1883.

2015 – 2016

Dirgawati M, Heyworth JS , Wheeler AJ, McCaul KA , Blake D , Boeyen J, Cope M , Yeap BB, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Brunekreef B, Hinwood A. 2016. Development of Land Use Regression Models for Particulate Matter and Associated Components in an Area with Low Air Pollutant Concentration Airshed, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 144, pp. 69-78.

Drijfhout, M., Kendal, D., Vohl, D. and Green, P. T., (2016). Sentiment Analysis: Ready for Conservation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Vol. 14, pp. 525–526.

Emmerson, K. M., Galbally, I. E., Guenther, A. B., Paton-Walsh, C., Guerette, E., Cope, M. E., Keywood, M. D., Lawson, S. J., Molloy, S. B., Dunne, E., Thatcher, M., Karl, T., and Maleknia, S. D., (2016). Current Estimates of Biogenic Emissions from Eucalypts Uncertain for Southeast Australia. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 16, pp. 6997-7011.

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