Colin Maxwell Finlayson
Colin Maxwell Finlayson
Professor for Ecology and Biodiversity, Charles Sturt University
Verified email at csu.edu.au
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Marine ecoregions of the world: a bioregionalization of coastal and shelf areas
MD Spalding, HE Fox, GR Allen, N Davidson, ZA Ferdaña, MAX Finlayson, ...
BioScience 57 (7), 573-583, 2007
25252007
Ecosystem services and human well-being: water and wetlands synthesis
ME Assessment
World Resources Institute, Washington DC, USA, 2005
2138*2005
Living beyong our means: natural assets and human well-being
ME Assessment
Living beyong our means: natural assets and human well-being, 2005
531*2005
Current state of knowledge regarding the world’s wetlands and their future under global climate change: a synthesis
WJ Junk, S An, CM Finlayson, B Gopal, J Květ, SA Mitchell, WJ Mitsch, ...
Aquatic sciences 75 (1), 151-167, 2013
4062013
Managing water in agriculture for food production and other ecosystem services
LJ Gordon, CM Finlayson, M Falkenmark
Agricultural Water Management 97 (4), 512-519, 2010
4022010
Valuing wetlands: guidance for valuing the benefits derived from wetland ecosystem services
R De Groot, M Stuip, M Finlayson, N Davidson
Supervising Scientist Report, 2006
389*2006
Our human planet: summary for decision makers
ME Assessment
Island Press, Washington DC, 2005
318*2005
Remote sensing and GIS for wetland inventory, mapping and change analysis
LM Rebelo, CM Finlayson, N Nagabhatla
Journal of Environmental Management 90 (7), 2144-2153, 2009
3052009
Global wetland inventory–current status and future priorities
CM Finlayson, NC Davidson, AG Spiers, NJ Stevenson
Marine and Freshwater Research 50 (8), 717-727, 1999
2761999
Trends in water and agricultural development
D Molden, K Frenken, R Barker, C Fraiture, B Mati, M Svendsen, C Sadoff, ...
2282007
Global review of wetland resources and priorities for inventory (GroWI)
CM Finlayson, AG Spiers
Wetlands International, and the Environmental Research Institute of the …, 1999
221*1999
Wetland classification and inventory: a summary
CM Finlayson, AG Van der Valk
Vegetatio 118 (1-2), 185-192, 1995
210*1995
Australia’s Murray–Darling Basin: freshwater ecosystem conservation options in an era of climate change
J Pittock, CM Finlayson
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (3), 232-243, 2011
1802011
The comparative biodiversity of seven globally important wetlands: a synthesis
WJ Junk, M Brown, IC Campbell, M Finlayson, B Gopal, L Ramberg, ...
Aquatic Sciences 68 (3), 400-414, 2006
1782006
State of the world's wetlands and their services to people: a compilation of recent analyses
RC Gardner, S Barchiesi, C Beltrame, C Finlayson, T Galewski, I Harrison, ...
Ramsar briefing note, 2015
1722015
Wetlands of Sub-Saharan Africa: distribution and contribution of agriculture to livelihoods
LM Rebelo, MP McCartney, CM Finlayson
Wetlands Ecology and Management 18 (5), 557-572, 2010
1702010
Opportunities and challenges for ecological restoration within REDD+
S Alexander, CR Nelson, J Aronson, D Lamb, A Cliquet, KL Erwin, ...
Restoration Ecology 19 (6), 683-689, 2011
1492011
Millennium ecosystem assessment
MA Board
Washington, DC: New Island 13, 520, 2005
148*2005
Wetlands as settings for human health: incorporating ecosystem services and health impact assessment into water resource management
P Horwitz, CM Finlayson
BioScience 61 (9), 678-688, 2011
1362011
La ecología de Egeria densa Planchon (Liliopsida: Alismatales): ¿Una especie ingeniera de humedales?
FF Matthew Yarrow, Victor H Marin, Max Finlayson, Antonio Tironi, Luisa E ...
Revista chilena de historia natural 82 (2), 299-313, 2009
134*2009
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