Incorporation of Practical Measures to Assist Conservation of Biodiversity Within Sustainable Beef Production in Northern Australia

Edited by Sue McIntyre, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems
Jointly funded by MLA, CSIRO and Environment Australia, October 2001
ISBN 1 74036 189 X

Appendix 1: Publications Associated with the Project

(presented as a separate volume)

Refereed articles

McIntyre, S, McIvor, J. G & MacLeod, N. D. (2000) Principles for sustainable grazing in eucalypt woodlands: landscape-scale indicators and the search for thresholds. In (Eds.) P. Hale, A. Petrie, D. Moloney and P. Sattler 'Management for Sustainable Ecosystems' pp. 92-100, Centre for Conservation Biology, University of Queensland, Brisbane.

McIntyre, S. (2000) Ecological limits to pasture intensification. In (Eds) T. Barlow & R. Thorburn 'Balancing Conservation and Production in Grassy Landscapes' pp. 162-169, Proceedings of the Bushcare Grassy Landscapes Conference, 19-21 August 1999, Clare, SA. Environment Australia, Canberra.

McIntyre, S. & Lavorel, S. (2001) Livestock grazing in sub-tropical pastures: steps in the analysis of attribute response and plant functional types. Journal of Ecology, 89, 209-226.

McIntyre, S. & Martin, T. G. (2001) Biophysical and human influences on plant species richness in grasslands - comparing variegated landscapes in sub-tropical and temperate regions. Austral Ecology, 26, 233-245.

McIntyre, S., Best. K. & Martin, T. G. (submitted) How grassland plants are distributed over five human-created habitats typical of eucalypt woodlands in a variegated landscape. Pacific Conservation Biology.

McIntyre, S. & Martin, T. G. (submitted) Managing intensive and extensive land uses to conserve grassland plants in eucalypt woodlands. Biological Conservation.

Conference papers

MacLeod N.D. & McIvor J.G. (1998) Managing grazed landscapes. Production and conservation tradeoffs in subtropical woodlands. In (Ed.) Gooday, J. Proceedings of the Bioeconomics Workshop, (Post Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference workshop) sponsored by ABARE, 22 January, Armidale, New South Wales, ABARE Canberra. pp. 51-63.

McIvor J.G. & MacLeod N.D. (1999) Exploring the production implications of 'best practice' conservation management in grassy woodlands - a whole of property modelling approach. Proc. VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, Queensland. Vol. 2, 1030-1.

McIntyre, S. (1999) Plant functional types - recent history and current developments. Proc. VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, Queensland, Vol. 2, 891-3.

Lavorel, S. & McIntyre, S. (1999) Plant functional types: Is the real world too complex? Proc. VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, Queensland, Vol. 2, 905-911.

McIntyre, S, Martin, T. G. & McIvor, J. G. (2000) Why are sub-tropical grasslands so species rich? Proceedings of the 11th Australian Rangelands Society Conference, Broken Hill, August 2000, 75-78.

McIvor, J. G., MacLeod, N. D. & McIntyre, S. (2001) Managing grassy woodlands: balancing production and conservation of resources. pp. 888-9, in: Proceedings of the 19th International Grassland Congress, February 2001 São Paulo, Brazil (eds J. A. Gomide, W. R. S. Soares & S. C. da Silva), Brazilian Society of Animal Husbandry, Piracicaba, Brazil.

MacLeod, N.D., McIntyre, S. & McIvor, J. G. (2001) Sustainable management of grassy woodlands for livestock production and resource conservation - Balancing ecology, economics and human preferences. Proceedings of the Managing and Growing Trees Conference, Kooralbyn, Australia, October 1998, pp. 89-97 (published as a CD-ROM).

Other publications

Grazed Landscapes Management Project (1998-2001) ecoLandscapes: The Newsletter of the Grazed Landscape Management Project. Newsletter published in Dec 1998, April 1999, Dec. 1999, June 2000, Dec 2000, June 2001.

GLMP Project Kit - Including facts sheets and contacts.

Milestone Reports for MLA NAP 3.222. 1998, 1999, 2000.

Communication Plan for MLA Project NAP3.222. September 1999.

Newsletter, magazine and newspaper articles

Eco-cattle can make dollars and sense. Environmental News Network, 1/10/97.

Properties part of CSIRO trial. Central and North. Burnett Times 16/10/97.

Grazing project explained to landholders. Central and North Burnett Times, 5/3/98.

Managing biodiversity under grazing. Australian Landcare, September 1998.

Manual to help manage biodiversity. NAP News, Issue 7 Summer 1998.

Getting the balance right. Rural Weekly, 27/11/1998.

Field day at Emu Creek. Crows Nest Advertiser, 16/11/98.

Report draws up blueprint for woodlands grazing. Australian Farm Journal, March 1999.

Conservative Places. CoResearch No. 380, Summer 1999.

Board game comes with instructions about a larger landscape. ENN News March 19, 2000.
(www.enn.com/enn-news-archive/2000/03/03192000/boardgame_11170.asp )

Grazing eco-rules. Land and Water News, March 1999.

Managing riparian vegetation on cattle properties in south-east Queensland. Rip Rap, March 1999.

GLMP: Potential for balancing production with conservation. NAP News, Winter 1999.

Sustainable biodiversity of grazing lands: a possibility? The Growing Idea, Spring 1999.

Balancing economics and sustainability on grazing lands in Australia: Guidelines for Ranchers. The Whole Farm Planner 4 (3), October 1999.

Balancing production and conservation. Bush, December 1999.

Playing CSIRO's environment game. CSIRO Media Release 13/3/00.

Green game. Daily Mercury, 14/3/2000.

Green game. Morning Bulletin, 14/3/2000.

Green game. The Gympie Times, 14/3/2000.

Game to help save habitat. Toowoomba Chronicle 15/3/2000

Luntz, S. Weird science. Australasian Science, April 2000.

Guidelines for sustainable grazing. Property Management Planning Newsletter, April 2000.

Walk a mile in my habitat. Ecos, April-June 2000.

No beef about sustainability. Queensland Country Life, 15/3/2001.

Landholders warm to conservation. Ecos April-June 2001.

Thresholds direct long-term grazing. Australian Farm Journal, September 2001.