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Nov 9, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Hi Penny,



One of the issues we face is that for most papers I don’t have an electronic copy that matches
the article as it was printed. One option is to scan in those articles. Another would be to go
onto the web and see if you can find the electronic v
ersion. As a last resort we could use the
word documents that I submitted to the Journal.



Of course, there are the reports, but these can wait.



The papers include:



Curtis, A.,

Byron, I., and MacKay, J. (2005) Integrating socio
-
economic and biophysica
l data
to underpin collaborative watershed management.
Journal of the American Water Resources
Association

41 (3):549
-
563. *** This one is attached

Pannell, D.J., Marshall, G.R., Barr, N.,
Curtis, A.,

Vanclay, F., and Wilkinson, R. (In Press)
Understanding

and promoting adoption of conservation technologies by rural landholders.
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management
. *** You can access this one via David
Pannell’s web site.

Allan, C., and
Curtis, A.

(2005) Nipped in the bud: Why regional scale ad
aptive management
is not blooming.
Environmental Management
, 36(3):414
-
425. *** You could ask Cathy if she
has an electronic copy.

Paton, S.,
Curtis, A.,

McDonald, G., and Woods, M. (2004) Regional NRM


is it
sustainable?
Australasian Journal of Environme
ntal Management

11(4):259
-
267.

Curtis, A.,

Byron, I., and McDonald, S. (2003) Integrating spatially referenced social and
biophysical data to explore landholder responses to dryland salinity in Australia.
Journal of
Environmental Management
, 68 (4): 397
-
40
7.

Curtis, A.,

and Robertson, A. (2003) Understanding landholder management of river
frontages: the Goulburn Broken.
Ecological Management and Restoration
4(1):45
-
54.


Curtis, A.,

and Robertson, A. (2003) Who are program managers working with and does it
m
atter? The experience with river frontage management in the Goulburn Broken.
Natural
Resource Management
, 6(2): 25
-
32.

Allan, C., and

Curtis, A.
(2003) Regional scale adaptive management: lessons from the North
East Salinity Strategy (NESS).
Australasian J
ournal of Environmental Management
, 10(2):
76
-
84.


Curtis, A.,
Shindler, B., and Wright, A. (2002) Sustaining local watershed initiatives: lessons
from Landcare and Watershed Councils.
Journal of the American Water Resources
Association
, 38(5): 1207
-
1216.

Allan, C.,
Curtis, A.

(2002) Using Participatory Rural Appraisal to understand rural
communities.
Natural Resources Management
, 5(1): 28
-
34.

Byron, I., and
Curtis, A.
(2002) Maintaining volunteer commitment to local watershed
initiatives.
Environmental Man
agement
, 30(1): 59
-
67.

Curtis, A.,

Lockwood, M., and MacKay, J. (2001) Exploring landholder willingness and
capacity to manage dryland salinity in the Goulburn Broken Catchment.
Australian Journal of
Environmental Management,

8: 20
-
31.

Byron, I., and
Curti
s, A.
(2001)

Landcare in Australia: burned out and browned off.
Local
Environment,

6(3): 313
-
328.

Byron, I.,
Curtis, A.,
and Lockwood, M.

(2001) Exploring burnout in Australia’s Landcare
program: a case study in the Shepparton region.
Society and Natural R
esources
, 14: 903
-
912.

Sobels, J.,
Curtis, A.,
and Lockie, S. (2001) The role of Landcare networks in rural Australia:
exploring the contribution of social capital.
Journal of Rural Studies
, 17(3) 265
-
276.

Curtis, A.,

Van Nouhuys, M., Robinson, W. and MacK
ay, J. (2000) Exploring Landcare
effectiveness using organisational theory.
Australian Geographer
, 31(3) 349
-
366.

Curtis, A.,

and Lockwood, M. (2000) Landcare and catchment management in Australia:
lessons for state
-
sponsored community participation.
Soci
ety and Natural Resources
, 13: 61
-
73.

Curtis, A.,
(2000). Landcare: approaching the limits of volunteer action.
Australian Journal
of Environmental Management
, 6: 26
-
34.

Millar, J., and
Curtis, A.

(1999) Challenging the boundaries of local and scientific
k
nowledge: Opportunities for developing temperate upland pasture systems in Australia.
Agriculture and Human Values
, 16: 389
-
399.

Curtis, A.,

and Van Nouhuys, M. (1999) Landcare participation in Australia: the volunteer
perspective.
Sustainable Development
,

7(2) 98
-
111.

Curtis, A.,

Britton
,
A., and Sobels, J. (1999) Landcare networks as local organisations
contributing to state
-
sponsored community participation.
Journal of Environmental Planning
and Management
, 42: 1. 5
-
21.

Race, D., and
Curtis, A.

(1999)
Farm forestry in Australia: improving links between small
-
scale growers and industry.
Journal of Sustainable Agriculture
, 13(4), 67
-
86.

Curtis, A.

(1998) The agency/community partnership in Landcare: lessons for state
-
sponsored citizen resource management.

Environmental Management
, 22:4, 563
-
574.

Curtis, A.,
Race, D., and Robertson, A. (1998) Lesson from recent evaluations of natural
resource management programs in Australia.
Australian Journal of Environmental
Management
, 5:2, 109
-
119.

Curtis, A.,

and De L
acy, T. (1998) Landcare, stewardship and sustainable agriculture in
Australia.
Environmental Values,
7
:59
-
78.

Millar, J. and
Curtis, A.

(1997) Moving farmer knowledge beyond the farm gate: An
Australian study of farmer knowledge in group learning.
European

Journal of Agricultural
Education and Extension
,

4: 2, 133
-
142.

Curtis, A.,

and De Lacy, T. (1996) Landcare in Australia: does it make a difference.
Journal
of Environmental Management,

46
:119
-
137.

Curtis, A.,

and De Lacy, T. (1996) Landcare in Australia
: beyond the expert farmer.
Agriculture and Human Values,
13:
1, 20
-
31.

Race

Curtis, A.,

Birckhead, J. and De Lacy, T. (1995) Community participation in landcare policy
in Australia: The Victorian experience with regional landcare plans.
Society and Natura
l
Resources,

8:
415
-
430.

Curtis, A.

and De Lacy, T. (1995) Landcare Evaluation in Australia: towards an effective
partnership between agencies, community groups and researchers.
Journal of Soil and Water
Conservation,

50
(1): 15
-
20.



Refereed book chapters



Curtis, A.
(2003) The Landcare experience.

in
Dovers, S. and Wild River, S. (eds)

Managing
Australia’s Environment.
pp. 442
-
460. The Federation Press, Canberra, Australia.

Allan, C., and

Curtis, A.
(2003) Regional scale adaptive management: lessons fro
m the North
East Salinity Strategy (NESS).
in
Wilson, B., and

Curtis, A
.
(eds)

Agriculture for the
Australian environment.

pp. 178
-
189. Johnstone Centre, Charles Sturt University, Albury,
Australia.

Curtis, A.

and Lockwood, M. (1998) Natural resource polic
y for rural Australia: a social
perspective.

in

Pratley, J. and Robertson, A.I. (eds).
Agriculture and the environmental
imperative.

211
-
242. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.

Curtis, A.

(1997) Landcare, stewardship and biodiversity conservation.
in

Klomp, N.J., Lunt,
I.D., & Williams, J.E. (eds)

Frontiers in ecology: building the links.

Elsevier Science, UK.