Publications

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A partial list of my publications is included below. I have tried to post links to the full text of the article or a pre-publication pdf, where available and within the bounds of copyright.

Journal Articles:

• Clement, S, Moore, SA, Lockwood, M & Morrison, T. (2016). A diagnostic framework for biodiversity institutions. Pacific Conservation Biology, 21(4), 277-290 [Full text available here].

• Clement, S, Moore, SA, Lockwood, M & Mitchell M. (2016). Fit-for-purpose institutions? An evaluation of biodiversity conservation in an agricultural landscape. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning (in press) [Full text available here].

• Mitchell, M., Lockwood, M., Moore, S. A., Clement, S., Gilfedder, L., & Anderson, G. (2016). Using scenario planning to assess governance reforms for enhancing biodiversity outcomes. Land Use Policy, 50, 559–572.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.10.020

• Mitchell, M., Lockwood, M., Moore, S. A., & Clement, S. (2016). Building systems-based scenario narratives for novel biodiversity futures in an agricultural landscape. Landscape and Urban Planning, 145, 45-56. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2015.09.003 

Clement, S, Moore, SA, & Lockwood, M. (2015). Authority, responsibility and process in Australian biodiversity policy. Environment and Planning Law Journal, 32(2), 93-114. [Pre-publication PDF available here.]

Clement, S, Moore, SA, & Lockwood, M. (2015) . Using insights from pragmatism to develop reforms that strengthen institutional competence for conserving biodiversity. Policy Sciences, 48(4), 463-489. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11077-015-9222-0

• Mitchell M, Lockwood M, Moore SA & Clement S (2015). Scenario analysis for biodiversity conservation: a social-ecological system approach in the Australian Alps. Journal of Environmental Management, 150, 69-80. [Click here for the full text on research gate]

• Mitchell M, Lockwood M, Moore SA & Clement S (2014). Incorporating governance influences into social-ecological system models: a case study involving biodiversity conservation. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 1-20. [Click here for the full text on Research Gate.]

• Lockwood M, Mitchell M, Moore SA & Clement S (2014). Biodiversity governance and social-ecological system dynamics: transformation in the Australian Alps [link to full text], Ecology and Society, 19(2), 13.

• Beckwith, J, Clement, S (2013) Barriers to voluntary improvement of residential fertiliser practices in the Peel-Harvey Catchment. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 17(1), 65-75.

Selected conference and seminar presentations:

Links point to Murdoch University’s Research Repository.

• Clement, S., Moore, S.A., Lockwood, M., Mitchell, M. and Standish, R.J. (2015) Progressing environmental restoration through improved governance: Scenarios from the Tasmanian Midlands, Australia. In: SER 2015: Towards resilient ecosystems: restoring the urban, the rural and the wild, 23 – 27 August, Manchester, UK.

Clement, S, Moore, SA, Lockwood, M and Mitchell, M (2014) Institutional change for landscape-scale biodiversity conservation in the Australian Alps and Tasmanian Midlands. Resilience 2014, 4 – 8 May 2014, Montpelier, France.

Clement, S, Moore, SA, Lockwood, M and Mitchell, M (2014). Better biodiversity governance in transforming landscapes: a research analysis. Australian National University Fenner School Public Seminar Series, 28 March, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Clement, S, Moore, SA & Lockwood, M (2013). The problem of misfits. Diagnosing and designing institutions for biodiversity conservation. Society for Human Ecology XIX, 6 February 2013. Canberra, ACT.

• Beckwith, JA, Clement, S & Moore, SA (2010). A survey of bushwalkers and off-road cyclists on the acceptability of forest management activities in Perth, Western Australia. 5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 2 – 5 August, Cambridge, UK.

Clement, S, Beckwith, JA (2008). Biodiversity Conservation Incentives and the Theory of Planned Behaviour, 28th Annual Conference for International Association for Impact Assessment: The Art and Science of Impact Assessment,  4 – 10 May, Perth, Australia.

Example technical reports and research summaries:

Links point to full text on Landscapes and Policy Hub website, http://www.lifeatlarge.edu.au.

Clement, S, Moore, S, Lockwood, M (2015). The language of policy: a tool for evaluating and designing institutions. Landscapes and Policy Hub: Hobart, TAS.

Clement, S, Mitchell, M, Lockwood, M & Moore, SA. (2015). Tasmanian Midlands options to improve biodiversity governance arrangements. Landscapes and Policy Hub: Hobart, TAS.

Clement, S, Mitchell, M, Lockwood, M & Moore, SA. (2015). Australian Alps options to improve biodiversity governance arrangements. Landscapes and Policy Hub: Hobart, TAS.

• Mitchell, M, Moore, SA, Lefroy, EC, Clement, S, Lockwood, M, Anderson, G, Gaynor, SM, Gilfedder, L, Rowe, R, Norman, B. (2015). An evaluation of strategies used by the Landscapes and Policy Hub to achieve interdisciplinary research. ILWS Report No. 84. Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University: Albury, NSW.

Clement, S, Mitchell, M, Lockwood, M, Moore, S (2014). Tasmanian Midlands – Understanding and designing fit-for-purpose institutions for conserving biodiversity. Landscapes and Policy Hub: Hobart, TAS.

Clement, S (2014). Australian Alps – Understanding and designing fit-for-purpose institutions for conserving biodiversity. Landscapes and Policy Hub: Hobart, TAS.

Clement, S (2012). Biodiversity Governance in the Tasmanian Midlands and Australian Alps: A preliminary literature review. Murdoch University: Perth, WA.

• Beckwith, J, Moore, S, Clement, S, Curnow, B, Admiraal, R (2010). The impact of forest thinning on perceptions of recreational value and forest health: technical report of research findings: Wungong catchment trial. Murdoch University: Perth, WA.

 

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