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Professor Pierre Horwitz

Professor

Contact Information Telephone: +61 8 6304 5558, Email: p.horwitz@ecu.edu.au, Campus: Joondalup, Room: JO19.333
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

Recent Research Grants

  • 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.
  • Research the Modes of forest-based poverty alleviation of the farmer live in the Northeast of Vietnam,  Vietnam International Education Development of the Ministry of Education and Training,  VIED - Scholarship,  2015 - 2018,  $60,000.
  • 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 - 2018,  $14,250.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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,  $708,000.
  • 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.
  • Quantification of the Biodiversity of the Lake MacLeod Northern Ponds,  Dampier Salt Limited Perth Division,  Grant-Dampsalt,  2010 - 2016,  $433,711.
  • 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,  $97,601.
  • 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.
  • 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,  $80,624.
  • Management of Brine Disposal into Inland Ecosystems,  National Centre of Excellence in Desalination,  NCED - Funding Rounds,  2011 - 2014,  $1,089,433.
  • Rottnest Island Salt Lakes ? Feasibility of a Ramsar Site Nomination,  Rottnest Island Authority,  Grant,  2013 - 2014,  $5,000.
  • A Cultural Geography of the Leschenault Estuary: A social values study,  Edith Cowan University,  ECU Industry Collaboration Grant - 2012 (Round 1),  2012 - 2013,  $93,515.
  • Project 4.1 - Wetland Macroinvertebrates and Water Quality (Gnangara Mound),  Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA),  Grant,  2008 - 2013,  $184,031.
  • The Social Ecology of Ningaloo Tourism,  Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO),  Ningaloo Cluster Project Scholarship,  2008 - 2013,  $75,000.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Data Audit and Research Framework for the Northern Ponds of Lake MacLeod,  Dampier Salt Limited Perth Division,  Grant-Dampsalt,  2009 - 2010,  $25,000.
  • STCRC - Sustainable Resources Research Fellow,  CRC Centre for Sustainable Tourism,  Fellowship,  2008 - 2010,  $185,096.
  • Ecosystem Services and Productive Base in the Murray Darling Basin,  Murray Darling Freshwater Research Centre,  Grant,  2009 - 2010,  $10,000.
  • Evaluation of Training Techniques in Systems Thinking,  Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO),  CSIRO - Grant,  2009,  $3,000.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • An investigation of aquatic macro invertebrate occurrence and water quality at Lake Chandala (2009),  Department of Environment and Conservation WA,  Grant,  2009,  $6,494.
  • Australian Tourism in a Water Constrained Economy: Scoping Study - Research Agenda,  La Trobe University,  CRC - Grant,  2008 - 2009,  $15,000.
  • Stygofauna research monitoring,  Natural Resource Services Pty Ltd,  Grant,  2004 - 2008,  $16,800.
  • Environmental water requirements of priority water resources in the South Coastal Region,  Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (WA),  Grant,  2006 - 2008,  $72,321.
  • Study of migration patterns, habitat and water requirements of fish and invertebrates in the Blackwood River,  Murdoch University,  Grant,  2007 - 2008,  $85,552.
  • Assessment of Wetland Invertebrate & Fish Biodiversity for the Gnangara Sustainability Study,  Department of Environment and Conservation WA,  Grant,  2008,  $23,715.
  • 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 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.
  • 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.
  • Fire management implications for the wetlands on the Swan Coastal Plain,  Fire and Emergency Services Authority of WA,  Grant,  2006 - 2008,  $58,850.
  • Fish migration patterns in the Blackwood River,  Murdoch University,  Grant,  2005 - 2008,  $59,992.
  • Fire, organic soils and acidification,  Fire and Emergency Services Authority of WA,  Grant,  2006 - 2008,  $75,000.
  • A Participatory Approach to Understanding and Monitoring Soil Health,  Agriculture WA,  Grant,  2006 - 2007,  $2,500.
  • Biological assessment of the Milyeannup Heritage Site,  Bush Heritage Australia,  Grant,  2007,  $4,500.
  • 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.
  • Gnangara Mound Monitoring - macroinvertebrates,  Water and Rivers Commission WA,  Grant,  2000 - 2007,  $225,757.
  • Vulnerability of organic soils to fire,  Department of Conservation and Land Management,  Grant,  2004 - 2006,  $3,182.
  • Neerabup fire suppression research and monitoring,  Fire and Emergency Services Authority of WA,  Grant,  2006,  $22,920.
  • Indicators of ecosystem health in Western Australian recovery catchments,  Australian Research Council,  Grant - Linkage (Projects),  2002 - 2005,  $203,048.
  • 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,  $40,000.
  • 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.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

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), Guidelines for use: Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision making framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels., 68, Gold Coast, Australia, 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, Gold Coast, Australia, 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), Development and Case Studies: Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision making framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels., 112, Gold Coast, Australia, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility.

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, Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing, DOI: 10.4337/9781783478996.
  • Finlayson, M., Horwitz, P., (2015), Human health and the wise use of wetlands ? guidance in an international policy setting. Wetlands and Human Health, 5(12), 227-250, New York, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_11.
  • Horwitz, P., Roiko, A., (2015), Ecosystem approaches to human exposures to pollutants and toxicants in wetlands: examples, dilemmas and alternatives. Wetlands and Human Health, 5(12), 75-94, New York, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_5.
  • Horwitz, P., Finlayson, M., Kumar, R., (2015), Interventions Required to Enhance Wetlands as Settings for Human Well-Being. Wetlands and Human Health, 5(12), 193-226, New York, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_10.
  • Finlayson, M., Horwitz, P., Weinstein, P., (2015), A synthesis: wetlands as settings for human health. Wetlands and Human Health, 5(12), 251-263, New York, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_12.
  • 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, Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization.
  • Finlayson, M., Horwitz, P., (2015), Wetlands as settings for human health ? the benefits and the paradox. Wetlands and Human Health, 5(12), 1-14, New York, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-9609-5_1.
  • Parkes, M., Waltner-Toews, D., Horwitz, P., (2014), Ecohealth. Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-being Research, 1770-1774, Dordrecht, Netherlands, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-0753-5_4172.
  • Broderick, G., Horwitz, P., (2014), Sustainability Mining: Water for Mining, and Mining Water. Resource Curse or Cure?: On the Sustainability of Development in Western Australia, 207-219, Netherlands, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-53873-5_14.
  • 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, New York, Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles

  • 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(fix067), 1-13.
  • 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(na), 1366-1376, Australia, CSIRO Publishing.
  • 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, New York, USA, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/s10393-016-1152-6.
  • 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, Basel, Switzerland, MDPI AG, DOI: 10.3390/ijerph121012706.
  • 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, United Kingdom, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., DOI: 10.1108/IJSHE-09-2013-0111.
  • 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, Online, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 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, London, UK, Royal Society of London, DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2014.0060.
  • Wooltorton, S., Collard, L., Horwitz, P., (2015), Stories want to be told: Elaap Karlaboodjar. Philosophy Activism Nature, 11(2015), 3-11, Monash University, Vic, PAN Partners.
  • 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, Amsterdam, Elsevier, DOI: 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, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/s10393-014-0952-9.
  • 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, Australia, The Royal Society of Western Australia.
  • Horwitz, P., Finlayson, C., (2012), Water and Health: on the notion of a healthy wetland. Human Evolution, 27(1-3), 65-69, Firenze, Italy, Angelo Pontecorboli Editore (E D A P).
  • 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, Australia, CSIRO Publishing, DOI: 10.1071/WF10125.
  • 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, Perth Western Australia, Western Australian Museum.

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, Washington, USA, Global Trade Analysis Project.

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.

Research Student Supervision

Principal Supervisor

  • Origin And Fate Of Organic Matter In South-west Australian Wetlands
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management),  The Role Of Farm Dams As Refugia For Aquatic Invertebrates In A Salinized Landscape.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Factors Controlling Wetland Sediment Response To Alternate Wetting And Drying And How This Affects Water Quality.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  The Relationship Between The Meaning Of Water And Sense Of Place: A Grounded Theory Study From Northern Thailand.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Factors Influencing The Capacity Of Communities To Respond To Coastal Erosion In The Uper Gulf Of Thailand.
  • 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,  A Nested Environmental Approach To Typhoid Epidemiology In Central Division, Fiji
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Small-scale Biogeographic Patterns Of Benthic Bacterial And Ciliate Communities In The Saline Ponds Of Lake Macleod, North-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,  Terrestrial Isopods (crustacea: Oniscidea) And Biogeographical Patterns In South-western Australia.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  The Nature Of Urban Communities: An Exploration Of Relationships Between Urban Green Space, Environmental Connection And Health.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Seeing Through Others' Eyes: Towards A Hybrid Ecology Of Marine Turtle And Dugong In Australia
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Seeing Through Others Eyes: Exploring Western Scientific And Indigenous Environmental Knowledge.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Complexity & Creative Capacity: Reformulating The Problem Of Knowledge Transfer In Environmental Management.
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management),  Participatory Approaches For Interpretation Planning In A World Heritage Area.
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management),  Boundaries Of Governance: Social Responsibility In Mining In Western 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).
  • 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
  • Influence Of Adjacent Seagrass On The Fish Assemblages Off Sandy Beaches
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Inorganic Hydrogeochemical Responses To Fires In Wetland Sediments On The Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia.

Co-principal Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Identification Of Social Water Requirements For Water Resource Planning.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Systematics And Biogeography Of The Australian Burrowing Freshwater Crayfish Genus Engaewa Riek (decapoda: Parastacidae)

Associate Supervisor

  • 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.
  • 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
  • Evaluation Of Revegetation Techniques Used On Degraded Agricultural Land In The Central Avon Catchment, Western Australia
  • Master of Science (Environmental Management),  Defining Appropriate Options For Post-closure Land Use Of Tamala Park Landfill: A Community Participation Process, Western Australia
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