Katie Moon
Katie Moon
Researcher, University of New South Wales
Verified email at canberra.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
A guide to understanding social science research for natural scientists
K Moon, D Blackman
Conservation Biology 28 (5), 1167-1177, 2014
1482014
Participation in biodiversity conservation: motivations and barriers of Australian landholders
K Moon, C Cocklin
Journal of Rural Studies 27 (3), 331-342, 2011
922011
A guideline to improve qualitative social science publishing in ecology and conservation journals
K Moon, T Brewer, S Januchowski-Hartley, V Adams, D Blackman
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
662016
A landholder‐based approach to the design of private‐land conservation programs
K Moon, C Cocklin
Conservation Biology 25 (3), 493-503, 2011
662011
Personal circumstances and social characteristics as determinants of landholder participation in biodiversity conservation programs
K Moon, N Marshall, C Cocklin
Journal of environmental management 113, 292-300, 2012
572012
Transformational capacity in Australian peanut farmers for better climate adaptation
NA Marshall, AM Dowd, A Fleming, C Gambley, M Howden, E Jakku, ...
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 34 (3), 583-591, 2014
382014
Security and equity of conservation covenants: contradictions of private protected area policies in Australia
VM Adams, K Moon
Land Use Policy 30 (1), 114-119, 2013
362013
A multidisciplinary conceptualization of conservation opportunity
K Moon, VM Adams, SR JANUCHOWSKI‐HARTLEY, M Polyakov, M Mills, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (6), 1484-1496, 2014
282014
Payments for Ecosystem Services, neoliberalisation, and the hybrid governance of land management in Australia
V Higgins, J Dibden, C Potter, K Moon, C Cocklin
Journal of Rural Studies 36, 463-474, 2014
272014
Social factors and private benefits influence landholders' riverine restoration priorities in tropical Australia
SR Januchowski-Hartley, K Moon, N Stoeckl, S Gray
Journal of environmental management 110, 20-26, 2012
262012
Towards a functional typology of small-scale fisheries co-management informed by stakeholder perceptions: A coral reef case study
TD Brewer, K Moon
Marine Policy 51, 48-56, 2015
242015
Understanding and integrating knowledge to improve invasive species management
K Moon, DA Blackman, TD Brewer
Biological Invasions 17 (9), 2675-2689, 2015
222015
Conditional and resistant non-participation in market-based land management programs in Queensland, Australia
K Moon
Land Use Policy 31, 17-25, 2013
212013
Aligning ‘public good’environmental stewardship with the landscape-scale: Adapting MBIs for private land conservation policy
B Cooke, K Moon
Ecological Economics 114, 152-158, 2015
202015
The imperative need for nationallay coordinated bioassessment of rivers and streams
SJ Nichols, LA Barmuta, BC Chessman, PE Davies, FJ Dyer, ET Harrison, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research, 2016
112016
Using quantitative influence diagrams to map natural resource managers’ mental models of invasive species management
K Moon, VM Adams
Land Use Policy 50, 341-351, 2016
62016
A novel method for assessing integration activities in landscape management
LJ Pearson, K Moon
Landscape and Urban Planning 130, 201-205, 2014
62014
Creating institutional flexibility for adaptive water management: insights from two management agencies
M Peat, K Moon, F Dyer, W Johnson, SJ Nichols
Journal of environmental management 202, 188-197, 2017
42017
Environmental governance for urgent and uncertain problems
K Moon, D Blackman, TD Brewer, SD Sarre
Biological invasions 19 (3), 785-797, 2017
42017
Learning the hard way: a case study of an attempt at agricultural transformation in response to climate change
E Jakku, PJ Thorburn, NA Marshall, AM Dowd, SM Howden, E Mendham, ...
Climatic change 137 (3-4), 557-574, 2016
42016
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