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Book Chapters

2017

  • Cromsigt, JP., Veldhuis, MP., Stock, W., Le Roux, E., Gosling, CM., Archibald, S., (2017), The functional ecology of grazing lawns: How grazers, termites, people and fire shape HiP's Savanna grassland Mosaic. Conserving Africa's Mega-Diversity in the Anthropocene. The Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park Story, 135-160, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.
  • Gudka, S., Horwitz, P., Reid, A., Armstrong, B., Marinova, D., Lawrence, C., (2017), Health and Wllbeing. Never Again: reflections on Enviornmental responsibility after Roe 8, 233-252, Crawley Western Australia, UWA Publishing.
  • Talebi, H., Lo, J., Mueller, U., (2017), A Hybrid Model for Joint Simulation of High-Dimensional Continuous and Categorical Variables. Geostatistics Valencia 2016. Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics, vol 19., 415-430, Cham, Switzerland, Springer.

2016

  • Ashby, A. D., Van Etten, E. J. B., & Lund, M. A. (2016) Pit falls of gold mine sites in care and maintenance. In Mine Closure 2016 (pp. 313-324). Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth.
  • Barreteau, O., Caballero, Y., Hamilton, S., Jakeman, A. J., & Rinaudo, J. D. (2016) Disentangling the Complexity of Groundwater Dependent Social-ecological Systems. In Integrated Groundwater Management (pp. 49-73). Springer International Publishing.
  • Furse, J. M., Burnham, Q., Dawkins, K. L., Richardson, A. M. (2016) Oceania, the freshwater crayfish of the Oceania region. In Freshwater Crayfish: A Global Overview (pp. 485-582). Science Publishers, Enfield.
  • Horwitz, P., & Parkes, M. W. (2016) Scoping Health Impact Assessment: ecosystem services as a framing device. In Handbook on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Impact Assessment (pp. 62-85). Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK.
  • Jakeman, A. J., Barreteau, O., Hunt, R. J., Rinaudo, J. D., Ross, A., Arshad, M., & Hamilton, S. (2016) Integrated Groundwater Management: An Overview of Concepts and Challenges. In Integrated Groundwater Management (pp. 3-20). Springer International Publishing.
  • Parkes, M. W. & Horwitz, P. (2016) Ecology and Ecosystems as Foundational for Health. In Environmental Health: From Global to Local, 3rd Edition (pp. 27-58). Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, USA.

2015

  • Carter, M. (2015) Wetlands and Health: How do Urban Wetlands Contribute to Community Well-being? In: Wetlands and Human Health. Springer Netherlands. pp. 149-167.
  • Finlayson, C. M., & Horwitz, P. (2015) Human Health and the Wise Use of Wetlands—Guidance in an International Policy Setting. In: Wetlands and Human Health. Springer Netherlands. pp. 227-250.
  • Finlayson, C. M., & Horwitz, P. (2015) Wetlands as Settings for Human Health—the Benefits and the Paradox. In: Wetlands and Human Health. Springer Netherlands. pp. 1-13.
  • Finlayson, C. M., Horwitz, P., & Weinstein, P. (2015) A Synthesis: Wetlands as Settings for Human Health. In: Wetlands and Human Health. Springer Netherlands. pp. 251-263.
  • Horwitz, P., & Roiko, A. (2015) Ecosystem Approaches to Human Exposures to Pollutants and Toxicants in Wetlands: Examples, Dilemmas and Alternatives. In: Wetlands and Human Health. Springer Netherlands. pp. 75-94.
  • Horwitz, P., Finlayson, C. M., & Kumar, R. (2015) Interventions Required to Enhance Wetlands as Settings for Human Well-Being. In: Wetlands and Human Health. Springer Netherlands. pp. 193-225.
  • Horwitz, P., Kretsch, C., Jenkins, A., Rahim bin Abdul Hamid, A., Burls, A., Campbell, K., Carter, M., Henwood, W., Lovell, R., Malone-Lee, L.C. & McCreanor, T. (2015) Contribution of biodiversity and green spaces to mental and physical fitness, and cultural dimensions of health. In: Connecting global priorities: Biodiversity and Human Health. World Health Organization and Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity. pp. 200-219.
  • Jenkins, A. P., & Jupiter, S. (2015) Natural disasters, health and wetlands: A Pacific small island developing state perspective. In: Wetlands and Human Health. Springer Netherlands. pp. 169-191.

2014

  • Ackerly, D.D., Stock, W. D., & Slingsby, J. A. (2014) Geography, climate , andbiodiversity: the history and future of mediterranean-type ecosystems. In:Fynbos: Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation of a Megadiverse Region. OxfordUniversity Press. pp. 361-376.
  • Broderick,G., & Horwitz, P. (2014) Sustainability: Mining water or water for mining?In: Resource Curse or Cure? Springer New York. pp. 207-219.
  • Cramer, M.D., West, A. G., Power, S. C., Skelton, R., & Stock, W. D. (2014) Plantecophysiological diversity. In: Fynbos: Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation ofa Megadiverse Region. Oxford University Press. 248-272.
  • Parkes, M.,Waltner-Toews, D., & Horwitz, P. (2014) Ecohealth. In: Encyclopedia ofQuality of Life and Well-Being Research. Springer Netherlands. pp. 1770-1775.
  • Pittock, J.,Finlayson, M., Arthington, A. H., Roux, D., Matthews, J. H., Biggs, H.,Harrison, I., Blom, E., Flitcroft, R., Froend, R., Hermoso, V., Junk, W.,Kumar, R., Linke, S., Nel, J., Nunes da Cunha, C., Pattnaik, A., Pollard, S.,Rast, W., Thieme, M., Turak, E., Turpie, J., van Niekerk, L., Willems, D.,& Viers, J. (2014) Managing freshwater, river, wetland and estuarine protectedareas. In: Protected Area Governance and Management. ANU Press Canberra. pp.569-608.

2013

  • Froend, R.,Davies, M., & Martin, M. (2013) A shift in ecohydrological state ofgroundwater dependent vegetation due to climate change and groundwater drawdownon the Swan Coastal Plain of Western Australia. In: IAH Selected papers onHydrogeology 18 - Groundwater and Ecosystems. CRC Press. pp. 197-206.
  • Loomes, R.,Froend, R., & Sommer, B. (2013) Response of wetland vegetation to climatechange and groundwater decline on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia:Implications for management. In: IAH Selected papers on Hydrogeology 18 -Groundwater and Ecosystems. CRC Press. pp. 207.
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