Anna Lukasiewicz
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Modelling the impact of afforestation on average annual streamflow in the Loess Plateau, China
XP Zhang, L Zhang, TR McVicar, TG Van Niel, LT Li, R Li, QK Yang, L Wei
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (12), 1996-2004, 2008
932008
Water, agriculture and poverty in the Niger River basin
A Ogilvie, G Mahé, J Ward, G Serpantié, J Lemoalle, P Morand, B Barbier, ...
Water International 35 (5), 594-622, 2010
532010
Achieving Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 to improve the performance of protected areas and conserve freshwater biodiversity
D Juffe‐Bignoli, I Harrison, SHM Butchart, R Flitcroft, V Hermoso, H Jonas, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26, 133-151, 2016
472016
Why justice matters in water governance: some ideas for a ‘water justice framework’
MJ Neal, A Lukasiewicz, GJ Syme
Water Policy 16 (S2), 1-18, 2014
352014
Assessing government intentions for Australian water reform using a social justice framework
A Lukasiewicz, K Bowmer, GJ Syme, P Davidson
Society & Natural Resources 26 (11), 1314-1329, 2013
332013
Voice, power, and history: ensuring social justice for all stakeholders in water decision-making
A Lukasiewicz, C Baldwin
Local Environment 22 (9), 1042-1060, 2017
272017
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
252013
Identifying low risk climate change adaptation in catchment management while avoiding unintended consequences
A Lukasiewicz, CM Finlayson, J Pittock
National Climate Change Adaption Research Facility, 2013
212013
Equity considerations and payments for ecosystem services
W Proctor, T Köllner, A Lukasiewicz
Environmental Economy and Policy Research Working Papers, 2008
212008
Institutional challenges of adopting ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change
A Lukasiewicz, J Pittock, M Finlayson
Regional Environmental Change 16 (2), 487-499, 2016
202016
Shared responsibility: the who, what and how
A Lukasiewicz, S Dovers, M Eburn
Environmental Hazards 16 (4), 291-313, 2017
192017
When private water rights become a public asset: Stakeholder perspectives on the fairness of environmental water management
A Lukasiewicz, ML Dare
Journal of Hydrology 536, 183-191, 2016
172016
Is the environment getting its fair share? An analysis of the Australian water reform process using a social justice framework
A Lukasiewicz, GJ Syme, KH Bowmer, P Davidson
Social Justice Research 26 (3), 231-252, 2013
142013
How the social construction of the environment affects people's reactions to water policy
A Lukasiewicz, P Davidson, GJ Syme, KH Bowmer
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 20 (3), 179-192, 2013
122013
Equity considerations and markets for ecosystem services
W Proctor, T Köllner, A Lukasiewicz
Oxford University Press, 2009
72009
Estimating impacts of climate change on lower Murray irrigation, Australia. Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society 52nd Annual Conference, Canberra
J Connor, M Kirby, K Schwabe, A Lukasiewicz, D Kaczan
52012
Contested knowledge: Government and landholder perceptions of climate change and water reform
A Lukasiewicz, K Bowmer, P Davidson, GJ Syme
Water and Climate: Policy Implementation Challenges; Proceedings of the 2nd …, 2012
52012
A water poverty analysis of the Niger Basin, West Africa Niger Basin Focal Project: Work Package 1
J Ward, D Kaczan, A Lukasiewicz
CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems Report to the CGIAR Challenge Program on Water …, 2010
52010
Basin focal project Niger
JC Clanet, A Ogilvie, A Bilgo, A Caron, A Ickowicz, A Lukasiewicz, ...
CGIAR, 2009
52009
The social Justice framework: untangling the maze of justice complexities
A Lukasiewicz
Natural Resources and Environmental Justice: Australian Perspectives CSIRO …, 2017
42017
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