Bradd Witt
Bradd Witt
School Of Earth and Environmental sciences, The University of Queensland
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A framework to predict the effects of livestock grazing and grazing exclusion on conservation values in natural ecosystems in Australia
ID Lunt, DJ Eldridge, JW Morgan, GB Witt
Australian Journal of Botany 55 (4), 401-415, 2007
Approaches to identifying stakeholders in environmental management: Insights from practitioners to go beyond the ‘usual suspects’
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Land use policy 52, 266-276, 2016
The social identity approach to understanding socio-political conflict in environmental and natural resources management
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Global Environmental Change 34, 237-246, 2015
Carbon sequestration and biodiversity restoration potential of semi-arid mulga lands of Australia interpreted from long-term grazing exclosures
GB Witt, MV NoŽl, MI Bird, RJSB Beeton, NW Menzies
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 141 (1-2), 108-118, 2011
How wind became a four-letter word: Lessons for community engagement from a wind energy conflict in King Island, Australia
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Energy Policy 98, 483-494, 2016
Power, perspective, and privilege: The challenge of translating stakeholder theory from business management to environmental and natural resource management
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Journal of Environmental Management 271, 110974, 2020
A Framework for Disaster Vulnerability in a Small Island in the Southwest Pacific: A Case Study of Emae Island, Vanuatu
G Jackson, K McNamara, B Witt
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 2017
Strange bedfellows or an aligning of values? Exploration of stakeholder values in an alliance of concerned citizens against coal seam gas mining
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Land Use Policy 42, 392-399, 2015
Enhancing critical thinking skills in first year environmental management students: a tale of curriculum design, application and reflection
D Whiley, B Witt, RM Colvin, R Sapiains Arrue, J Kotir
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 41 (2), 166-181, 2017
Converging disciplinary understandings of social aspects of resilience
K Maclean, H Ross, M Cuthill, B Witt
Journal of environmental planning and management 60 (3), 519-537, 2017
Reporting social outcomes of development: An analysis of diverse approaches
M Cuthill, H Ross, K Maclean, K Owens, B Witt, C King
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Science 3 (6), 145-158, 2008
Carbon isotope variability in the bone collagen of red kangaroos (Macropus rufus) is age dependent: implications for palaeodietary studies
GB Witt, LK Ayliffe
Journal of Archaeological Science 28 (3), 247-252, 2001
“System of hunger”: Understanding causal disaster vulnerability of indigenous food systems
G Jackson, KE McNamara, B Witt
Journal of Rural Studies 73, 163-175, 2020
Is ‘vegetation thickening’occurring in Queensland’s mulga lands–a 50-year aerial photographic analysis
GB Witt, RA Harrington, MJ Page
Australian Journal of Botany 57 (7), 572-582, 2009
How the west was once: vegetation change in south‐west Queensland from 1930 to 1995
G Bradd Witt, J Luly, RJ Fairfax
Journal of Biogeography 33 (9), 1585-1596, 2006
A quantitative systematic review of distributive environmental justice literature: A rich history and the need for an enterprising future
G Althor, B Witt
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 10 (1), 91-103, 2020
The community cost of consultation: Characterising the qualitative social impacts of a wind energy development that failed to proceed in Tasmania, Australia
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey, K Witt
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 77, 40-48, 2019
Isotopes, wool, and rangeland monitoring: let the sheep do the sampling
GB Witt, EJ Moll, RJS Beeton, PJ Murray
Environmental Management 22, 145-152, 1998
Retrospective monitoring of rangeland vegetation change: ecohistory from deposits of sheep dung associated with shearing sheds
GB Witt, LJ Berghammer, RJSBEJ Moll
Austral Ecology 25 (3), 260-267, 2000
Large-scale environmental degradation results in inequitable impacts to already impoverished communities: A case study from the floating villages of Cambodia
G Althor, S Mahood, B Witt, RM Colvin, JEM Watson
Ambio 47, 747-759, 2018
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