A Jasmyn J Lynch
A Jasmyn J Lynch
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TitleCited byYear
Regime shifts, thresholds and multiple stable states in freshwater ecosystems; a critical appraisal of the evidence
SJ Capon, AJJ Lynch, N Bond, BC Chessman, J Davis, N Davidson, ...
Science of The Total Environment 534, 122-130, 2015
972015
A method for setting the size of plant conservation target areas
MA Burgman, HP Possingham, AJJ Lynch, DA Keith, MA McCarthy, ...
Conservation Biology 15 (3), 603-616, 2001
952001
Genetic evidence that Lomatia tasmanica (Proteaceae) is an ancient clone
AJJ Lynch, RW Barnes, J Cambecèdes, RE Vaillancourt
Australian Journal of Botany 46 (1), 25-33, 1998
741998
Brave new green world–Consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity
CJA Bradshaw, DMJS Bowman, NR Bond, BP Murphy, AD Moore, ...
Biological Conservation 161, 71-90, 2013
712013
A review of eucalypt dieback associated with bell miner habitat in south-eastern Australia
G Wardell-Johnson, C Stone, H Recher, AJJ Lynch
Australian Forestry 68 (4), 231-236, 2005
402005
Most of nature: A framework to resolve the twin dilemmas of the decline of nature and rural communities
RJS Beeton, AJJ Lynch
Environmental Science & Policy 23, 45-56, 2012
372012
Transdisciplinary synthesis for ecosystem science, policy and management: The Australian experience
AJJ Lynch, R Thackway, A Specht, PJ Beggs, S Brisbane, EL Burns, ...
Science of The Total Environment, 2015
352015
Problems of placing boundaries on ecological continua-options for a workable national rainforest definition in Australia
AJJ Lynch, VJ Neldner
Australian Journal of Botany 48 (4), 511-530, 2000
252000
Tasmanian Native Bush: A Management Handbook
JB Kirkpatrick (Editor), EJ Pharo, A Wells, L Mendel, AJJ Lynch (Sub-editors)
Tasmanian Environment Centre, Hobart, 1991
25*1991
Tapping Fresh Currents: Fostering Early-Career Researchers in Transdisciplinary Water Governance Research
JJ Patterson, A Lukasiewicz, PJ Wallis, N Rubenstein, B Coffey, ...
Water Alternatives 6 (2), 293-312, 2013
202013
Pattern and process in alpine vegetation and landforms at Hill One, Southern Range, Tasmania
AJJ Lynch, JB Kirkpatrick
Australian Journal of Botany 43 (6), 537-554, 1995
191995
Twenty years of pacifying responses to environmental management
C Jacobson, KFD Hughey, AJJ Lynch, M Nursey-Bray, M O'Connell, ...
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 21 (2), 143-174, 2014
182014
Incorporating Indigenous values with ‘Western’ conservation values in sustainable biodiversity management
AJJ Lynch, DG Fell, S McIntyre-Tamwoy
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 17 (4), 244-255, 2010
182010
Changes in alpine vegetation related to geomorphological processes and climatic change on Hill One, Southern Range, Tasmania, 1989–2000
JB Kirkpatrick, KL Bridle, AJJ Lynch
Australian journal of botany 50 (6), 753-759, 2002
182002
Genetic diversity in the endangered Phebalium daviesii (Rutaceae) compared to that in two widespread congeners
AJJ Lynch, RE Vaillancourt
Australian Journal of Botany 43 (2), 181-191, 1995
181995
The usefulness of a threat and disturbance categorization developed for Queensland wetlands to environmental management, monitoring, and evaluation
AJJ Lynch
Environmental Management 47 (1), 40-55, 2011
172011
Increasing the understanding and use of natural archives of ecosystem services, resilience and thresholds to improve policy, science and practice
S Pearson, AJJ Lynch, R Plant, S Cork, K Taffs, J Dodson, S Maynard, ...
The Holocene 25 (2), 366-378, 2015
162015
Conservation biology and management of 16 rare or threatened Fabaceae species in Tasmania
AJJ Lynch
University of Tasmania, Hobart, 1994
161994
Conservation Biology and Management of 16 Rare or Threatened Fabaceae Species in Tasmania
AJJ Lynch
Parks and Wildlife Service, Hobart, 1993
161993
Bell Miner Associated Dieback (BMAD) Independent Scientific Literature Review
GW Wardell-Johnson, C Stone, H Recher, AJJ Lynch
Department of Environment and Conservation, 2006
152006
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