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Professor Pierre Horwitz

Professor

Staff Member Details
Telephone: +61 8 6304 5558
Facsimile: +61 8 9400 5509
Email: p.horwitz@ecu.edu.au
Campus: Joondalup  
Room: JO19.333  

Pierre is a Professor in the School of Science.

Current Teaching

  • Case Studies in Science
  • Catchment Health and Management
  • Water and Wetlands Management
  • Sustainable Water Resource Management
  • Current Issues in Natural Sciences (postgraduate unit)
  • Research Methods (Faculty-wide unit)
  • Honours and Postgraduate (Research) Coordinator

Background

  • 2011: Professor, Edith Cowan University
  • 2002-2011: Associate Professor, Edith Cowan University
  • 1995-2001: Senior Lecturer, Edith Cowan University
  • 1992-1994: Lecturer, Edith Cowan University
  • 1987-1991: Lecturer, University of Tasmania

Professional Memberships

  • Member of the Australian Society for Limnology (1983-)
  • Member Ecological Society of Australia (1995-)
  • Member National Tertiary Education Union (1992-)
  • Member International Association for Ecology & Health (2003-)
  • Member Bush Heritage Australia (1998-)
  • Member, Royal Society of Western Australia (1987-)
  • Member of the International Association of Astacology (1987-)

Awards and Recognition

Other

  • Founding Co-Editor, EcoHealth journal (ISI-listed)
  • Has held senior positions in the Australian Society for Limnology (ASL; including as its President for a two year term 1999-2001); in Bush Heritage Australia Inc., a philanthropic organisation; in the International Association for Ecology and Health (elected as the founding Vice-President in 2006 and served for four years); and as a Founding Director of the Blackwood River Foundation.
  • Appointed as theme coordinator (Wetlands and Human Health) for the Ramsar International Convention on Wetlands’ Scientific and Technical Review Panel for the 2009-2012 triennium, and has been selected for participation in other international scientific missions.
  • Dr Horwitz has also been recognised for excellence in postgraduate supervision, and has examined 16 PhD theses in the last 12 years.

Research Areas and Interests

  • Aquatic Ecology and Management
  • Health and Ecology; Ecosystem Health
  • Water and wetlands management
  • The formation, degradation and management of organic rich soils; the effects of fire regimes on soil and water quality
  • Taxonomy, biogeography and conservation status of aquatic invertebrates.
  • The effects of forestry, fire, agriculture and urbanisation on aquatic faunas and aquatic processes
  • Developing general indicators for the relationships between human health, community vitality and biophysical conditions of the environment
  • Developing community participation and involvement in aquatic environmental issues, natural resource management issues
  • Using narratives for landscape restoration and community capacity building in rural and regional areas

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Tasmania, 1986.
  • Bachelor of Science Honours, The University of Western Australia, 1980.

Research Outputs

Book Chapters

  • Wooltorton, S., Collard, L., Horwitz, P. (2020). Layers of Meanings in Our Landscapes: Hiding in Full View. Critical Global Semiotics: Understanding Sustainable Transformational Citizenship (96-108). Routledge.

Journal Articles

Journal Articles

  • Horwitz, P., Parkes, M. (2019). Intertwined strands for ecology in planetary health. Challenges, 10(1), article no. 20. https://doi.org/10.3390/challe10010020.
  • Sambell, R., Andrew, L., Godrich, S., Wolfgang, J., Vandenbroeck, D., Stubley, K., Rose, N., Newman, L., Horwitz, P., Devine, A. (2019). Local Challenges and Successes Associated with Transitioning to Sustainable Food System Practices for a West Australian Context: Multi-Sector Stakeholder Perceptions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(11), Article number 2051. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16112051.
  • McFarlane, R., Horwitz, P., Arabena, K., Capon, A., Jenkins, A., Jupiter, S., Negin, J., Parkes, M., Saketa, S. (2019). Ecosystem services for human health in Oceania. Ecosystem Services: science, policy and pratice, 39(October 2019), Article Number 100976. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2019.100976.
  • Dandy, J., Horwitz, P., Campbell, R., Drake, D., Leviston, Z. (2019). Leaving home: Place attachment and decisions to move in the face of environmental change. Regional Environmental Change, 19(2), 615-620. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-019-01463-1.
  • Serrano Gras, O., Lovelock, C., Atwood, TB., Macreadie, PI., Canto, R., Phinn, S., Arias-Ortiz, A., Bai, L., Baldock, J., Bedulli, C., Carnell, P., Connolly, RM., Donaldson, P., Esteban Pacheco, A., Ewers Lewis, CJ., Eyre, BD., Hayes, MA., Horwitz, P., Hutley, LB., Kavazos, C., Kelleway, J., Kendrick, GA., Kilminster, K., Lafratta, A., Shing, L., Lavery, P., Maher, DT., Marba, N., Masque Barri, P., Mateo, M., Mount, R., Ralph, PJ., Roelfsema, C., Rozaimi, M., Ruhon, R., Salinas Zapata, C., Samper-Villarreal, J., Sanderman, J., Sanders, CJ., Santos, I., Sharples, C., Steveb, AD., Cannard, T., Trevathan-Tackett, SM., Duarte, CM. (2019). Australian vegetated coastal ecosystems as global hotspots for climate change mitigation. Nature Communications, 10(1), article no.4313. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-12176-8.
  • Perina, G., Camacho, AI., Huey, J., Horwitz, P., Koenders, A. (2019). New Bathynellidae (Crustacea) taxa and their relationships in the Fortescue catchment aquifers of the Pilbara region, Western Australia. Systematics and Biodiversity, 17(2), 148-164. https://doi.org/10.1080/14772000.2018.1559892.
  • Larcombe, D., Van Etten, E., Logan, A., Prescott, S., Horwitz, P. (2019). High-Rise Apartments and Urban Mental Health—Historical and Contemporary Views. Challenges, 10(2), Article number 34. https://doi.org/10.3390/challe10020034.
  • Jenkins, A., Jupiter, S., Jenney, A., Rosa, V., Naucukidi, A., Prasad, N., Vosaki, G., Mulholland, K., Strugnell, R., Kama, M., Crump, J., Horwitz, P. (2019). Environmental foundations of typhoid fever in the Fijian residential setting. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(13), Article number 2407. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16132407.
  • Parkes, M., Allison, S., Harder, H., Hoogeveen, D., Kutzner, D., Aalhus, M., Adams, E., Beck, L., Brisbois, B., Buse, C., Chiasson, A., Cole, D., Dolan, S., Fauré, A., Fumerton, R., Gislason, MK., Hadley, L., Hallstrom, L., Horwitz, P., Marks, R., McKellar, K., Moewaka Barnes, H., Oke, B., Pillsworth, L., Reschny, J., Sanderson, D., Skinner, S., Steltia, K., Stephen, C., Surette, C., Takaro, T., Vaillancourt, C. (2019). Addressing the environmental, community and health impacts of resource development: Challenges across scales, sectors and sites. Challenges, 10(1), article no. 22. https://doi.org/10.3390/challe10010022.
  • Perina, G., Camacho, A., Huey, J., Horwitz, P., Koenders, A. (2019). The role of allopatric speciation and ancient origins of Bathynellidae (Crustacea) in the Pilbara (Western Australia): two new genera from the De Grey River catchment. Contributions to Zoology, 88(4), 452-497. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1163/18759866-20191412.

Book Chapters

  • Froend, R., Horwitz, P., Sommer, B. (2018). Groundwater Dependent Wetlands Ecosystems. The Wetland Book II: Distribution, Description, and Conservation (335-355). Springer.
  • Froend, R., Horwitz, P. (2018). Groundwater Dependent Wetlands. The Wetland Book I: Structure and Function, Management, and Methods (1149-1154). Springer.

Journal Articles

  • Gan , H., Tan, MH., Lee, YP., Schultz, M., Horwitz, P., Burnham, Q., Austin, C. (2018). More evolution underground: Accelerated mitochondrial substitution rate in Australian burrowing freshwater crayfishes (Decapoda: Parastacidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 118(January 2018), 88-98. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2017.09.022.
  • Prasad, N., Jenkins, A., Naucukidi, L., Rosa, V., Sahu-Khan, A., Kama, M., Jenkins, K., Jenney, A., Jack, S., Saha, D., Horwitz, P., Jupiter, S., Strugnell, R., Mulholland, K., Crump, J. (2018). Epidemiology and risk factors for typhoid fever in Central Division, Fiji, 2014 – 2017: A case-control study. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(6), article no.e0006571. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0006571.
  • Wooltorton, S., Collard, L., Horwitz, P. (2018). Living water: groundwater and wetlands in Gnangara, Noongar boodjar. Philosophy Activism Nature, 14(1), 5-23.
  • Jenkins, A., Horwitz, P., Arabena, K. (2018). My island home: Place-based integration of conservation and public health in Oceania. Environmental Conservation: an international journal of environmental science, 45(2), 125-136. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0376892918000061.
  • Kavazos, C., Huggett, M., Mueller, U., Horwitz, P. (2018). Bacterial and ciliate biofilm community structure at different spatial levels of a salt lake meta-community. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 94(10), article no. fiy148. https://doi.org/10.1093/femsec/fiy148.
  • Perina, G., Camacho, AI., Huey, J., Horwitz, P., Koenders, A. (2018). Understanding subterranean variability: the first genus of Bathynellidae (Bathynellacea, Crustacea) from Western Australia described through a morphological and multigene approach. Invertebrate Systematics, 32(2), 423-447. https://doi.org/10.1071/IS17004.

Book Chapters

  • Gudka, S., Horwitz, P., Reid, A., Armstrong, B., Marinova, D., Lawrence, C. (2017). Health and Wellbeing. Never Again: reflections on Environmental responsibility after Roe 8 (233-252). UWA Publishing.

Journal Articles

  • Wooltorton, S., Collard, L., Horwitz, P. (2017). The land still speaks: Ni katitj. Philosophy Activism Nature, 13(13), 57-67.
  • Chapman, K., Boschetti, F., Fulton, E., Horwitz, P., Jones, T., Scherrer, P., Syme, G. (2017). Knowledge that Acts: Evaluating the Outcomes of a Knowledge Brokering Intervention in Western Australia’s Ningaloo Region. Environmental Management (New York): an international journal for decision-makers, scientists and environmental auditors, 60(5), 896-907. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-017-0917-1.
  • Kavazos, C., Huggett, M., Mueller, U., Horwitz, P. (2017). Biogenic processes or terrigenous inputs? Permanent water bodies of the Northern Ponds in the Lake MacLeod basin of Western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 68(7), 1366-1376. https://doi.org/10.1071/MF16233.
  • Huggett, M., Kavazos, C., Bernasconi, R., Czarnik, R., Horwitz, P. (2017). Bacterioplankton assemblages in coastal ponds reflect the influence of hydrology and geomorphological setting. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 93(6), article no. fix067. https://doi.org/10.1093/femsec/fix067.
  • Prescott, S., Larcombe, D., Logan, A., West, C., Burks, W., Caraballo, L., Levin, M., Van Etten, E., Horwitz, P., Kozyrskyj, A., Campbell, DE. (2017). The skin microbiome: impact of modern environments on skin ecology, barrier integrity, and systemic immune programming. The World Allergy Organization Journal, 10(1), article number 29. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40413-017-0160-5.

Book Chapters

  • Horwitz, P., Parkes, M. (2016). Scoping Health Impact Assessment: ecosystem services as a framing device. Handbook on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Impact Assessment (62-85). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783478996.

Journal Articles

  • Jenkins, A., Jupiter, S., Mueller, U., Jenney, A., Vosaki, G., Rosa, V., Naucukidi, A., Mulholland, K., Strugnell, R., Kama, M., Horwitz, P. (2016). Health at the sub-catchment scale: Typhoid & its environmental determinants in Central Division, Fiji. Ecohealth, 13(4), 633-651. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10393-016-1152-6.

Conference Publications

  • Ko, SZ., Zhang, Z., Horwitz, P., Djajadikerta, H. (2016). Charting directions for economic development in Myanmar: A computable general equilibrium (CGE) approach on high quality education in labour-growth strategy. 2016 Conference Papers 19th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (1-24). Global Trade Analysis Project.

Book Chapters

  • Horwitz, P., Roiko, A. (2015). Ecosystem approaches to human exposures to pollutants and toxicants in wetlands: examples, dilemmas and alternatives. Wetlands and Human Health (75-94). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_5.
  • Finlayson, M., Horwitz, P. (2015). Wetlands as settings for human health – the benefits and the paradox. Wetlands and Human Health (1-14). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_1.
  • Horwitz, P., Kretch, C., Jenkins, A., Hamid, AR., Burls, A., Campbell, K., Carter, M., Henwood, W., Lovell, R., Malone-Lee, LC., McCreanor, T., Moewaka-Barnes, H., Montenegro, R., Parkes, M., Patz, J., Roe, J., Romanelli, C., Sitthisuntikul, K., Stephens, c., Townsend, M., Wright, p. (2015). Contribution of biodiversity and green spaces to mental and physical fitness, and cultural dimensions of health. Connecting Global Priorities: Biodiversity and Human Health: A State of Knowledge Review (200-220). World Health Organization.
  • Horwitz, P., Finlayson, M., Kumar, R. (2015). Interventions Required to Enhance Wetlands as Settings for Human Well-Being. Wetlands and Human Health (193-226). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_10.
  • Finlayson, M., Horwitz, P. (2015). Human health and the wise use of wetlands – guidance in an international policy setting. Wetlands and Human Health (227-250). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_11.
  • Finlayson, M., Horwitz, P., Weinstein, P. (2015). A synthesis: wetlands as settings for human health. Wetlands and Human Health (251-263). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_12.

Journal Articles

  • Kingsely, J., Patrick, R., Horwitz, P., Parkes, M., Jenkins, A., Massy, C., Henderson-Wilson, C., Arabena, K. (2015). Exploring Ecosystems and Health by Shifting to a Regional Focus: Perspectives from the Oceania EcoHealth Chapter. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(10), 12706-12722. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph121012706.
  • Wooltorton, S., Collard, L., Horwitz, P. (2015). Stories want to be told: Elaap Karlaboodjar. Philosophy Activism Nature, 11(2015), 3-11.
  • Sitthisuntikul, K., Horwitz, P. (2015). Collective Rituals as Meaningful Expressions of the Relationships between People, Water and Forest: A Case Study from Northern Thailand. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 36(1), 88-103. https://doi.org/10.1080/07256868.2014.990365.
  • Richman, N., Bohm, M., Adams, S., Alvarez, F., Bergey, EA., Bunn, J., Burnham, Q., Cordiero, J., Coughran, J., Crandall, K., Dawkins, K., Distephano, R., Doran, N., Edsman, L., Eversole, A., Fureder, L., Furse, J., Gherardi, F., Hamr, P., Holdich, D., Horwitz, P., Johnston, K., Jones, C., Jones, J., Jones, R., Jones, T., Kawai, T., Lawler, S., Lopez-Mejia, M., Miller, R., Pedraza- Lara, C., Reynolds, J., Richardson, A., Schultz, M., Schuster, G., Sibley, P., Souty-Grosset, C., Taylor, C., Thoma, R., Walls, J., Walsh, T., Collen, B. (2015). Multiple drivers of decline in the global status of freshwater crayfish (Decapoda: Astacidea). Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, 370(1662), Article No. 20140060. https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2014.0060.
  • Wooltorton, S., Wilkinson, A., Horwitz, P., Bahn, S., Redmond, J., Dooley, J. (2015). Sustainability and action research in universities: Towards knowledge for organisational transformation. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 16(4), 424-439. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSHE-09-2013-0111.

Book Chapters

Journal Articles

  • Patrick, MJ., Syme, G., Horwitz, P. (2014). How reframing a water management issue across scales and levels impacts on perceptions of justice and injustice. Journal of Hydrology, 519(PC), 2475-2482. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.09.002.
  • Carter, M., Horwitz, P. (2014). Beyond Proximity: The Importance of Green Space Useability to Self-Reported Health. Ecohealth, 11(3), 322-332. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10393-014-0952-9.

Books

  • Chambers, J., Nugent, G., Sommer, B., Speldewinde, P., Neville, S., Beatty, S., Chilcott, S., Eberhard, S., Mitchell, N., D'souza, F., Barron, O., McFarlane, D., Braimbridge, M., Robson, B., Close, P., Morgan, D., Pinder, A., Froend, R., Horwitz, P., Cook, B., Davies, P. (2013). Development and Case Studies: Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision making framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility.
  • Chambers, J., Nugent, G., Sommer, B., Speldewinde, P., Neville, S., Beatty, S., Chilcott, S., Eberhard, S., Mitchell, N., D'souza, F., Barron, O., McFarlane, D., Braimbridge, M., Robson, B., Close, P., Morgan, D., Pinder, A., Froend, R., Horwitz, P., Cook, B., Davies, P. (2013). Guidelines for use: Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision making framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels.. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility.
  • Sommer, B., McGuinness, S., Froend, R., Horwitz, P. (2013). Assessing risks to groundwater dependent wetland ecosystems in a drying climate: an approach to facilitate adaptation to climate change. Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels, 84. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility.

Book Chapters

  • Wilcox, B., Aguirre, A., Horwitz, P. (2012). Ecohealth: Connecting Ecology, Health and Sustainability. New Directions in Conservation Medicine: Applied Cases of Ecological Health (17-32). Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles

  • Bertzeletos, D., Davis, R., Horwitz, P. (2012). Importance of Lake MacLeod, northwestern Australia, to shorebirds: a review and update. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 95(1), 115-124.
  • Horwitz, P., Finlayson, C. (2012). Water and Health: on the notion of a healthy wetland. Human Evolution, 27(1-3), 65-69.
  • Burnham, Q., Koenders, A., Horwitz, P. (2012). The status of the critically endangered freshwater crayfi sh Engaewa pseudoreducta (Crustacea: Parastacidae) in south-western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum, 27(1), 45-54.
  • Blake, D., Lu, K., Horwitz, P., Boyce, M. (2012). Fire suppression and burnt sediments: effects on the water chemistry of fire-affected wetlands. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 21(5), 557-561. https://doi.org/10.1071/WF10125.

Reports

  • Horwitz, P., Finlayson, CM., Weinstein, P. (2012). Healthy wetlands, healthy people. A review of wetlands and human health interactions. Switzerland. Secretariat of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands & the World Health Organisation.

Book Chapters

  • Horwitz, P., Carter, M. (2011). Access to Inland Waters for Tourism: Ecosystem Services and Trade-offs. Water Policy, Tourism and Recreation: Lessons from Australia (52-66). Resources for the Future Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203128442.

Journal Articles

  • Cromie, R., Davidson, N., Galbraith, C., Hagemeijer, W., Horwitz, P., Lee, R., Mundkur, T., Stroud, D. (2011). Responding to Emerging Challenges: Multilateral Environmental Agreements and Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1. Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy, 14(3-4), 206–242. https://doi.org/10.1080/13880292.2011.626711.
  • Kumar, R., Horwitz, P., Milton, GR., Sellamuttu, S., Buckton, S., Davidson, N., Pattnaik, A., Zavagli, M., Baker, C. (2011). Assessing wetland ecosystem services and poverty interlinkages: a general framework and case study.. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 56(8), 1602–1621. https://doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2011.631496.
  • Horwitz, P., Finlayson, CM. (2011). Wetlands as settings for human health: Incorporating ecosystem services and health impact assessment into water resource management. BioScience, 61(9), 678-688. https://doi.org/10.1525/bio.2011.61.9.6.
  • Boschetti, F., Yves-Hardy, P., Grigg, N., Horwitz, P. (2011). Can we learn how systems work?. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 13(4), 47-62.
  • Horwitz, P., Spini, L., Campbell, K., Thomas, RJ., Mulongoy, J. (2011). The relationship between water, health and global environmental change, as interpreted through five key Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs). Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 3(6), 520-526. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2011.10.001.

Journal Articles

  • McCullough, C., Horwitz, P. (2010). Vulnerability of organic acid tolerant wetland biota to the effects of inorganic acidification. Science of the Total Environment, 408(8), 1868-1877.

Conference Publications

  • Horwitz, P. (2010). The conservation status of freshwater crayfish: the basis for concern, listing and recovery processes, and community involvement. Freshwater Crayfish 17: Papers from the Seventeenth International Symposium on Freshwater Crayfish (1-12). International Association of Astacology.

Reports

  • Reid-Piko, C., Crase, L., Horwitz, P., Butcher, R. (2010). Ecosystem Services and Productive Base for the Basin Plan. Wodonga, VIC. Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre.

Book Chapters

  • Horwitz, P., Wardell-Johnson, G. (2009). Cultural Conservation Biology. Environmental Biology (559-577). Cambridge University Press.
  • Wardell-Johnson, G., Horwitz, P. (2009). The Science of Conservation Biology. Environmental Biology (539-558). Cambridge University Press.

Journal Articles

  • Sommer, B., Horwitz, P. (2009). Macroinvertebrate Cycles of Decline and Recovery in Swan Coastal Plain (Western Australia) Wetlands Affected by Drought Induced Acidification. Hydrobiologia: the international journal on limnology and marine sciences, 624(1), 191-203.
  • Parkes, M., Horwitz, P. (2009). Water, ecology and health: Ecosystems as settings for promoting health and sustainability. Health Promotion International, 24(1), 94-102.
  • Horwitz, P., Rogan, R., Halse, S., Davis, J., Sommer, B. (2009). Wetland Invertebrate Richness and Endemism on the Swan Coastal Plain,Western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60(10), 1006-1020.
  • Blake, D., Hinwood, A., Horwitz, P. (2009). Peat fires and air quality: volatile organic compounds and particulates.. Chemosphere, 76(3), 419-423.
  • Schultz, M., Smith, S., Horwitz, P., Richardson, A., Crandall, K., Austin, C. (2009). Evolution underground: A molecular phylogenetic investigation of Australian burrowing freshwater crayfish (Decapoda: Parastacidae) with particular focus on Engaeus Erichson. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 50(3), 580-598.

Conference Publications

  • Chapman, K., Horwitz, P., Scherrer, P., Northcote, J. (2009). Tourism research to tourism practice: The need for adaptive institutions in Western Australia's Ningaloo region. Proceedings of the 18th Annual CAUTHE conference. See change: tourism and hospitality in a dynamic world (8p.). Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education.

Journal Articles

  • Horwitz, P., Bradshaw, D., Hopper, S., Davies, P., Froend, R., Bradshaw, F. (2008). Hydrological change escalates risk of ecosystem stress in Australia's threatened biodiversity hotspot. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 91(1), 1-11.
  • Schultz, M., Ierdiaconou, D., Smith, S., Horwitz, P., Richardson, A., Crandall, K., Austin, C. (2008). Sea-Level Changes and Palaeo-Ranges: Reconstruction of ancient Shorelines and River Drainages and the Phylogeography of the Australian Land Crayfish Engaeus Sericatus Clark (Decapoda: Parastacidae). Molecular Ecology, 17(24), 5291-5314. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2008.03996.x.
  • Hinwood, A., Horwitz, P., Rogan, R. (2008). Human exposure to metals in groundwater affected by acid sulfate soil disturbance. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 55(3), 538-545. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00244-007-9076-3.

Conference Publications

  • Bunn, J., Koenders, A., Austin, C., Horwitz, P. (2008). Identification Of Hairy, Smooth And Hybrid Marron (Decapoda: Parastacidae) In The Margaret River: Morphology And Allozymes.. Proceedings of the 16th Symposium of the International Association of Astacology (113-121). International Association of Astacology.

Reports

  • Horwitz, P., Blake, D., Cargill, J., Froend, R., Hinwood, A., Loomes, R., McQueen, H., Rogan, R., Van Etten, E. (2008). Fire management implications for wetlands on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia. Perth, W.A.. Edith Cowan University.
  • McKay, K., Loomes, R., Horwitz, P., Froend, R., Wilson, J. (2008). Environmental Water Requirements of Priority Water Resources in the South Coast Region. Perth, W.A.. Edith Cowan University.

Journal Articles

  • Schultz, M., Smith, S., Richardson, A., Horwitz, P., Crandall, K., Austin, C. (2007). Cryptic diversity in Engaeus Erichson, Geocharax Clark and Gramastacus Riek (Decapoda:Parastacidae) revealed by mitochondrial 16S rDNA sequences. Invertebrate Systematics, 21(6), 569-587.

Journal Articles

  • Hewitt, N., Horwitz, P. (2006). Learning and capacity building for irrigators in Western Australia's East Wanneroo Area: A theoretical framework for educational provision and a sketch of the socioecological context. Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 5(1), 41-49.
  • Kabii, T., Horwitz, P. (2006). A review of landholder motivations and determinants for participation in conservation covenanting programmes. Environmental Conservation, 33(1), 11-20.
  • Hinwood, A., Horwitz, P., Appleyard, SJ., Barton, C., Wajrak, M. (2006). Acid Sulphate Soil Disturbance and metals in groundwater: Implications for human exposure through home grown produce. Environmental Pollution, 143(1), 100-105.
  • Davis, J., Horwitz, P., Norris, R., Chessman, B., McGuire, M., Sommer, B. (2006). Are river bioassessment methods using macroinvertebrates applicable to wetlands?. Hydrobiologia, 572(1), 115-128.
  • Brueckner, M., Duff, J., McKenna, R., Horwitz, P. (2006). What are they taking us for? The Participatory Nature of Western Australia's Regional Forest Agreement Process. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 13(1), 6-16.

Conference Publications

  • Horwitz, P. (2006). Connections in Nyungar Boodja: An Essay, and a Story. Sharing Wisdom for our Future Environmental Education in Action (23-31). Australian Association for Environmental Education.

Journal Articles

  • Smith, RD., Horwitz, P. (2005). Preventing wetland soils and sediments from burning on the Swan Coastal Plain: Workshop outcomes and conclusions. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 88(3), 143-145.
  • Horwitz, P., Sommer, B. (2005). Water quality responses to fire, with particular reference to organic-rich wetlands and the Swan Coastal Plain: A review. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 88(3), 121-128.
  • Brueckner, M., Horwitz, P. (2005). The use of science in environmental policy:A case study of the Regional Forest Agreement process in Western Australia. Sustainabilty: Science, Practice & Policy, 1(2), 14-24.
  • Rogan, R., O'Connor, M., Horwitz, P. (2005). Nowhere to hide: Awareness and perceptions of environmental change, and their influence on relationships with place. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 25(2), 147-158.
  • Vinetz, J., Wilcox, B., Aguirre, A., Gollin, L., Katz, A., Fujioka, R., Maly, K., Horwitz, P., Chang, H. (2005). Beyond disciplinary boundaries: Leptospirosis as a model of incorporating transdisciplinary approaches to understand infectious disease emergence. EcoHealth, 2(4), 291-306.
  • Strehlow, K., Davis, J., Sim, L., Chambers, J., Halse, S., Hamilton, D., Horwitz, P., McComb, A., Froend, R. (2005). Temporal changes between ecological regimes in a range of primary and secondary salinised wetlands. Hydrobiologia: the international journal on limnology and marine sciences, 552(1), 17-31.
  • Horwitz, P., Wilcox, B. (2005). Parasites, ecosystems and sustainability: An ecological and complex systems perspective. International Journal of Parasitology, 35(7), 725-732.
  • Horwitz, P., Smith, RD. (2005). Fire and wetland soils and sediments on the Swan Coastal Plain: An introduction. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 88(3), 77-79.
  • Rogan, R., O'Connor, M., Horwitz, P. (2005). Nowhere to hide: Awareness and perceptions of environmental change and their influence on relationships with place. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 25(2), 147-158.

Conference Publications

  • Gilles, M., Horwitz, P. (2005). Human health and forested ecosystems. A Forest Consciousness. Proceedings 6th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society Inc. 12-17 September, 2004, Augusta, Western Australia (193-199). Millpress.
  • Calver, MC., Bigler-Cole, H., Bolton, G., Dargavel, J., Gaynor, A., Horwitz, P., Mills, J., Wardell-Johnson, G. (2005). Why 'A forest conscienceness'?. 6th National Conference Proceedings (17-23). Millpress.

Journal Articles

  • Gilles, M., Galloway, D., Horwitz, P., Larson, A. (2004). Reintegrating coastal development and public health in Western Australia. EcoHealth, 1(n/a), 340-350.

Conference Publications

  • Franke, B., Horwitz, P., Strawbridge, M. (2004). Reconciling differences - the sub-regional challenge posed by salinity recovery in the Warren Catchment, south-western Australia. Salinity Solutions: Working with Science and Society (0). CRC for Plant-bases Management of Dryland Salinity.

Book Chapters

  • Judd, S., Horwitz, P. (2003). Diversity and biogeography of terrestrial isopods (Isopoda: Oniscidea) from south-western Australia: organic matter and microhabitat utilisation in seasonally dry landscapes.. The Biology of Terrestrial Isopods. Crustaceana Monographs (191-215.). Brill.
  • Horwitz, P., Judd, S., Sommer, B. (2003). Fire and organic substrates: soil structure, water quality and biodiversity in far southwest Western Australia. Fire in ecosystems of south-west Western Australia: Impacts and management. (381-393). Backhuys Publishers.

Journal Articles

  • Davis, J., McGuire, M., Halse, S., Hamilton, D., Horwitz, P., McComb, A., Froend, R., Lyons, M., Sim, L. (2003). What happens when you add salt: predicting impacts of secondary salinisation on shallow aquatic ecosystems using an alternative states model. Australian Journal of Botony, 51(6), 715-724.
  • Davis, J., McGuire, M., Halse, S., Hamilton, D., Horwitz, P., Barstow, C., Froend, R., Lyons, M., Sim, L. (2003). What happens when you add salt: predicting impacts of secondary salinisation on shallow aquatic ecosystems using an alternative states model. Australian Journal of Botany, 51(6), 715-724.

Conference Publications

  • Horwitz, P., Rogan, R., Bradby, K., Robertson, M. (2003). Socio-ecological relationships and their consequences for coping with environmental changes in south-western Australia.. Proceedings of the Airs, Waters, Places Transdisciplanary Conference on Ecosystem Health in Australia (9 pages). School of Environmental and Life Sciences, The University of Newcastle.

Journal Articles

  • Horwitz, P., Nichols, P. (2002). Located Toxicology: The Need for Alternative Methodologies to Address Toxicological Significance. Australian Journal of Ecotoxicology, 8, 45-50.

Journal Articles

  • Sommer, B., Horwitz, P. (2001). Water quality and macroinvertebrate response to acidification following intensified summer droughts in a Western Australian wetland. Marine and Freshwater Research, 52(7), 1015-21.
  • Boyce, M., Lavery, P., Weatherill, P., Horwitz, P. (2001). Spatial variation of the d13 C signature of Ruppia megacarpa (Mason) in coastal lagoons of south-western Australia and its implication for isotopic studies. Aquatic Botany, 71, 83 -92.

Research Projects

  • Restoring on-Country performance: song, language and south coast landscapes, Australian Research Council, Grant - Discovery Indigenous, 2020 ‑ 2024, $1,106,370.
  • The Predicting and Managing the Impacts of Wildfire and Prescription Burns on Water Quality and Water-Related Assets Project, Water Corporation, Grant, 2019 ‑ 2023, $825,000.
  • Securing health in Fiji through strengthened health systems and integrated water management to tackle the Three Plagues: typhoid, dengue and leptospirosis., National Health and Medical Research Council, DFAT - Stronger Systems For Health Security Call, 2018 ‑ 2022, $375,179.
  • Locating loss from climate change in everyday places, Australian Research Council, Grant - Discovery Projects, 2018 ‑ 2022, $20,000.
  • Environmental Monitoring and Investigations for the Gnangara Mound - Macroinvertebrate and Water Quality Monitoring, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Tender, 2020 ‑ 2021, $27,054.
  • Geospatial Mapping of Empodisma Peatlands in southwest Western Australia, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, Environmental Mapping Study Grant, 2021, $50,000.
  • Wildfire in Yanchep National Park wetlands: post-fire effects, water quality and macroinvertebrate response , Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2020 ‑ 2021, $39,330.
  • Gingin Brook groundwater dependent aquatic fauna studies - Phase 2, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2020 ‑ 2021, $39,400.
  • Gingin Brook groundwater dependent aquatic fauna studies, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2019 ‑ 2020, $43,640.
  • Assessing the implications of revising threshold levels on wetland and bushland values for sites in Statement 819 – Gnangara Groundwater Resources, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2019 ‑ 2020, $44,261.
  • Genetic diversity of Western Australian Cherax species, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2019 ‑ 2020, $26,700.
  • Environmental monitoring and investigations for the Gnangara Mound – Gnangara wetland macroinvertebrate and water quality monitoring, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Tender, 2019 ‑ 2020, $27,723.
  • Environmental monitoring and investigations for the Gnangara and Jandakot Mounds – Gnangara wetland macroinvertebrate and water quality monitoring, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Tender, 2018 ‑ 2019, $23,748.
  • Development of non-lethal methods to assess stress and reproductive status of the hairy marron, Cherax tenuimanus: a critically endangered freshwater crayfish., Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Grant, 2017 ‑ 2019, $12,250.
  • Enhancing research collaborations at the nexus of ecology and human health, Edith Cowan University, ECU Collaboration Enhancement Scheme - 2017 Round 1, 2017 ‑ 2018, $6,270.
  • A collaborative national and international interdisciplinary research agenda to investigate the development, application and governance of pesticides., Edith Cowan University, ECU Collaboration Enhancement Scheme - 2017 Round 1, 2017 ‑ 2018, $10,000.
  • Environmental Monitoring and Investigations for the Gnangara Mound - Macroinvertebrate and Water Quality Monitoring, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Tender, 2017 ‑ 2018, $22,441.
  • Environmental Monitoring and Investigations for the Gnangara Mound - Macroinvertebrate and Water Quality Monitoring, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Tender, 2016 ‑ 2017, $20,875.
  • Designing water quality monitoring protocols in catchments after severe wildfires: the 2016 Harvey River Basin case study., Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration Scheme - 2016 Open Round, 2016 ‑ 2017, $30,000.
  • The impact of nutrient load on Ostracoda (Crustacea) diversity in Perth lakes and wetlands (WA)., Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration Grant - 2015 (Round 1), 2015 ‑ 2016, $53,000.
  • Environmental Monitoring and Investigations for the Gnangara and Jandakot Mounds - Macroinvertebrate and Water Quality Monitoring, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Tender, 2013 ‑ 2016, $104,881.
  • Quantification of the Biodiversity of the Lake MacLeod Northern Ponds, Dampier Salt Limited Perth Division, Grant-Dampsalt, 2010 ‑ 2016, $433,711.
  • Macroinvertebrates of the Chittering Lake, Chittering Valley Land Conservation District Committee, Grant, 2016, $9,780.
  • Dampier Salts sites and ponds and their importance for migratory and other shorebirds, Dampier Salt Limited Perth Division, Grant-Dampsalt, 2010 ‑ 2015, $394,997.
  • Foundational aspects for a research consortium on health, water and landscapes: a database and a learning network, Edith Cowan University, ECU Development Grant, 2013 ‑ 2015, $37,252.
  • Management of Brine Disposal into Inland Ecosystems, National Centre of Excellence in Desalination, NCED - Funding Rounds, 2011 ‑ 2014, $243,807.
  • Rottnest Island Salt Lakes – Feasibility of a Ramsar Site Nomination, Rottnest Island Authority, Grant, 2013 ‑ 2014, $5,000.
  • Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), 2012 ‑ 2013, $85,180.
  • Project 4.1 - Wetland Macroinvertebrates and Water Quality (Gnangara Mound), Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2008 ‑ 2013, $184,031.
  • A Cultural Geography of the Leschenault Estuary: A social values study, Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration Grant - 2012 (Round 1), 2012 ‑ 2013, $53,760.
  • The Social Ecology of Ningaloo Tourism, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Ningaloo Cluster Project Scholarship, 2008 ‑ 2013, $75,000.
  • Characterisation of Fish Usage of Yarragadee Discharge Based on Water Chemistry, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2007 ‑ 2011, $18,883.
  • Useability Index for the Swan Canning Riverpark, Swan River Trust, Grant, 2010 ‑ 2011, $60,000.
  • STCRC - Sustainable Resources Research Fellow, CRC Centre for Sustainable Tourism, Fellowship, 2008 ‑ 2010, $185,096.
  • Data Audit and Research Framework for the Northern Ponds of Lake MacLeod, Dampier Salt Limited Perth Division, Grant-Dampsalt, 2009 ‑ 2010, $25,000.
  • Ecosystem Services and Productive Base in the Murray Darling Basin, Murray Darling Freshwater Research Centre, Grant, 2009 ‑ 2010, $10,000.
  • Surface and Interstitial Invertebrate Communities in in and Near Spearwood Creek, a Tributary of the Lower Blackwood River, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2008 ‑ 2009, $18,534.
  • Surface and Interstitial Invertebrate Communities in Tributraties of the Blackwood River Receiving Discharge From the Leederville Aquifer, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2008 ‑ 2009, $21,212.
  • Surface and Interstitial Invertebrate Communities in Ephemeral Tributaries of the Blackwood River in the Region of the Yarragadee Aquifer Discharge Zone , Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2008 ‑ 2009, $15,858.
  • Australian Tourism in a Water Constrained Economy: Scoping Study - Research Agenda, La Trobe University, CRC - Grant, 2008 ‑ 2009, $15,000.
  • Wetland Macroinvertebrates and Water Quality (Northeast Gnangara Mound), Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2008 ‑ 2009, $14,375.
  • Drafting Chapter for Gnangara Sustainability Strategy, Department of Environment and Conservation WA, Grant, 2008 ‑ 2009, $8,900.
  • Evaluation of Training Techniques in Systems Thinking, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), CSIRO - Grant, 2009, $3,000.
  • An investigation of aquatic macro invertebrate occurrence and water quality at Lake Chandala (2009), Department of Environment and Conservation WA, Grant, 2009, $6,494.
  • Fire management implications for the wetlands on the Swan Coastal Plain, Fire and Emergency Services Authority of WA, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2008, $58,850.
  • Study of migration patterns, habitat and water requirements of fish and invertebrates in the Blackwood River, Murdoch University, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $85,552.
  • Field studies into the reproduction biology and conservation requirements of Hairy Marron in the South West DEC region, Department of Environment and Conservation WA, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $13,100.
  • Environmental Monitoring and Investigations for Gnangara Mound - Wetland Macroinvertebrate Monitoring, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $42,847.
  • Impact of Disturbed Acid Sulphate Soils on Freshwater Ecosystems, Western Australia, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $167,019.
  • Field studies into the biology and conservation requirements of Engaewa species in the South West and Warren DEC regions, Department of Environment and Conservation WA, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2008, $37,500.
  • Environmental water requirements of priority water resources in the South Coastal Region, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2006 ‑ 2008, $72,321.
  • Assessment of Wetland Invertebrate & Fish Biodiversity for the Gnangara Sustainability Study, Department of Environment and Conservation WA, Grant, 2008, $23,715.
  • Fire, organic soils and acidification, Fire and Emergency Services Authority of WA, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2008, $75,000.
  • Fish migration patterns in the Blackwood River, Murdoch University, Grant, 2005 ‑ 2008, $59,992.
  • Stygofauna research monitoring, Natural Resource Services Pty Ltd, Grant, 2004 ‑ 2008, $16,800.
  • Gnangara Mound Monitoring - macroinvertebrates, Water and Rivers Commission WA, Grant, 2000 ‑ 2007, $225,757.
  • A Participatory Approach to Understanding and Monitoring Soil Health, Agriculture WA, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2007, $2,500.
  • Assisting recovery actions for Margaret River Marron, South West Catchment Council, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2007, $23,400.
  • Fish and crayfish migrations of the Blackwood River: Influence of surface and groundwater, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA), Grant, 2007, $34,716.
  • Biological assessment of the Milyeannup Heritage Site, Bush Heritage Australia, Grant, 2007, $4,500.
  • Neerabup fire suppression research and monitoring, Fire and Emergency Services Authority of WA, Grant, 2006, $22,920.
  • Vulnerability of organic soils to fire, Department of Conservation and Land Management, Grant, 2004 ‑ 2006, $3,182.
  • Indicators of ecosystem health in Western Australian recovery catchments, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (Projects), 2002 ‑ 2005, $97,855.
  • Establishing best practice protocols in the management of occupational and environmental health in a high risk mining and ore processing environment., Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration - Grant, 2003 ‑ 2004, $27,000.
  • Investigation into the use of methoxyphenol and levoglucosan as biomarkers for woodsmoke exposure. , Department of Environment Regulation WA, Grant, 2003 ‑ 2004, $23,100.
  • Inventory of the Aquatic Flora and Fauna of the Australian Bush Heritage Funds Kojonup Bush Block Wetlands, World Wide Fund for Nature Australia, Grant, 2002, $17,357.

Research Student Supervision

Principal Supervisor

  • Master of Science (Biological Sciences), The effect of diet on growth and reproduction of Western swamp tortoises (pseudemydura umbrina) at Perth zoo
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Health, lifestyle and nature disconnect in high-rise apartment dwellers
  • Master of Arts (Performing Arts), Revitalising Noongar Performance and Country

Co-principal Supervisor

  • Master of Science (Biological Sciences), Phylogeography and population structure of the putative relict Reedia spathacea F. Muell. (Cyperaceae)

Associate Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Determining impacts of fire-altered dissolved organic carbon (DOC) on water quality in forested watersheds of Southwest Western Australia

Principal Supervisor

  • Master of Science (Environmental Management), Participatory approaches for interpretation planning in a world heritage area.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Factors controlling wetland sediment response to alternate wetting and drying and how this affects water quality.
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management), The role of farm dams as refugia for aquatic invertebrates in a salinized landscape.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Terrestrial isopods (crustacea: Oniscidea) and biogeographical patterns in South-Western Australia.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, SEEING THROUGH OTHERS EYES: EXPLORING WESTERN SCIENTIFIC AND INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Seeing through others' eyes: Towards a hybrid ecology of marine turtle and dugong in Australia
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management), Investigation of the replacement of the margaret river hairy marron Cherax tenuimanus (smith 1912) by the smooth marron c.Cainii (austin 2002).
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management), Boundaries of governance: Social responsibility in mining in Western Australia.
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management), An ecological characterisation of a shallow seasonal claypan wetland, southwestern Australia.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, A nested environmental approach to typhoid epidemiology in central division, fiji
  • Doctor of Philosophy: Origin and fate of organic matter in South-West Australian wetlands
  • Master by Research: A framework for river restoration planning. Considering conceptual and structural perspectives from case studies of the Liao River in China and Kalgan River in Australia
  • Master by Research: Influence of adjacent seagrass on the fish assemblages off sandy beaches
  • Master by Research: Aspects of the taxonomy and ecology of the ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) assemblage of the Swan Coastal Plain (with particular reference to habitat fragmentation and the Quindalup dune system)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, The nature of urban communities: An exploration of relationships between urban green space, environmental connection and health.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Factors influencing the capacity of communities to respond to coastal erosion in the uper gulf of Thailand.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Inorganic hydrogeochemical responses to fires in wetland sediments on the Swan coastal plain, Western Australia.
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management), Understanding and disrupting institutional settings: Using networks of conversations to re-imagine future farming lives.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Small-scale biogeographic patterns of benthic bacterial and ciliate communities in the saline ponds of lake macleod, North-Western Australia
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Forest-based poverty alleviation in North-eastern Vietnam
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Complexity & creative capacity: Reformulating the problem of knowledge transfer in environmental management.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, The relationship between the meaning of water and sense of place: A grounded theory study from northern Thailand.

Co-principal Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Spatial variation of allanblackia parviflora seed products in Ghana: Chemical and ethnobotanical exploration
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Systematics and biogeography of the Australian burrowing freshwater crayfish genus Engaewa riek (decapoda: Parastacidae)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Identification of social water requirements for water resource planning.
  • Master of Science (Biological Sciences), Modernising Conservation Through Technology: A metabolic investigation of a critically endangered freshwater crayfish.

Associate Supervisor

  • Master of Science (Environmental Management), Defining appropriate options for post-closure land use of tamala park landfill: A community participation process, Western Australia
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Narrowing income disparities as policy priority for inclusive economic growth: An applied computable general equilibrium (cge) approach on urban and non-urban industries in myanmar
  • Master of Science (Biological Sciences), A preliminary investigation of the potential effects of the invasive mozambique tilapia oreochromis mossambicus on the native fish assemblages of lake macleod, Western Australia
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Ancient origins of a diverse stygofaunal group: The Australian bathynellidae (crustacea)
  • Master by Research: Evaluation of revegetation techniques used on degraded agricultural land in the central Avon catchment: Western Australia
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Justice and scale in water allocation
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Applying the principles of spatial modelling to the management of biodiversity in the fragmented landscapes of South-Western Australia.
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