Katie Moon
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A guide to understanding social science research for natural scientists
K Moon, D Blackman
Conservation biology 28 (5), 1167-1177, 2014
A guideline to improve qualitative social science publishing in ecology and conservation journals
K Moon, TD Brewer, SR Januchowski-Hartley, VM Adams, DA Blackman
Ecology and society 21 (3), 2016
Messaging matters: A systematic review of the conservation messaging literature
LR Kidd, GE Garrard, SA Bekessy, M Mills, AR Camilleri, F Fidler, ...
Biological conservation 236, 92-99, 2019
Expanding the role of social science in conservation through an engagement with philosophy, methodology, and methods
K Moon, DA Blackman, VM Adams, RM Colvin, F Davila, MC Evans, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (3), 294-302, 2019
Participation in biodiversity conservation: motivations and barriers of Australian landholders
K Moon, C Cocklin
Journal of Rural Studies 27 (3), 331-342, 2011
A landholder‐based approach to the design of private‐land conservation programs
K Moon, C Cocklin
Conservation Biology 25 (3), 493-503, 2011
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
A guide to ontology, epistemology, and philosophical perspectives for interdisciplinary researchers
K Moon, D Blackman
Integration and Implementation Insights 2, 2017
Mental models for conservation research and practice
K Moon, AM Guerrero, VM Adams, D Biggs, DA Blackman, L Craven, ...
Conservation Letters 12 (3), e12642, 2019
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, 583-591, 2014
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
Understanding and integrating knowledge to improve invasive species management
K Moon, DA Blackman, TD Brewer
Biological Invasions 17, 2675-2689, 2015
A multidisciplinary conceptualization of conservation opportunity
K Moon, VM Adams, SR Januchowski‐Hartley, M Polyakov, M Mills, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (6), 1484-1496, 2014
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
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
Shared personal reflections on the need to broaden the scope of conservation social science
K Moon, VM Adams, B Cooke
People and Nature 1 (4), 426-434, 2019
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
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
Five questions to understand epistemology and its influence on integrative marine research
K Moon, C Cvitanovic, DA Blackman, IR Scales, NK Browne
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 574158, 2021
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
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