RJS Beeton
RJS Beeton
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TitleCited byYear
Sustainable tourism: An overview of the concept and its position in relation to conceptualisations of tourism
A Hardy, RJS Beeton, L Pearson
Journal of sustainable tourism 10 (6), 475-496, 2002
Sustainable tourism or maintainable tourism: Managing resources for more than average outcomes
AL Hardy, RJS Beeton
Journal of Sustainable tourism 9 (3), 168-192, 2001
Australia State of the Environment 2006, Independent report to the Australian Government Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Department of the Environment and Heritage†…
RJS Beeton, KI Buckley, GJ Jones, D Morgan, RE Reichelt, D Trewin
Integrating science and management through collaborative learning and better information management
OJH Bosch, AH Ross, RJS Beeton
Systems Research and Behavioral Science: The Official Journal of the†…, 2003
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, RJS Beeton, NW Menzies
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 141 (1), 108-118, 2011
Building better wildlife‐habitat models
TS Beutel, RJS Beeton, GS Baxter
Ecography 22 (2), 219-219, 1999
Response to environmental flows in the lower Tarim River, Xinjiang, China: ground water
P Hou, RJS Beeton, RW Carter, XG Dong, X Li
Journal of Environmental Management 83 (4), 371-382, 2007
Final report, Christmas Island Expert Working Group to Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts
RJS Beeton, AA Burbidge, G Grigg, P Harrison, RA How, B Humphries, ...
Canberra, ACT, Australia, 2010
An accidental outcome: Social capital and its implications for Landcare and the “status quo”
E Compton, RJS Beeton
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (2), 149-160, 2012
A model of cultural change and tourism
RW Carter*, RJS Beeton
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 9 (4), 423-442, 2004
Response to environmental flows in the Lower Tarim River, Xinjiang, China: an ecological interpretation of water-table dynamics
P Hou, RJS Beeton, RW Carter, XG Dong, X Li
Journal of Environmental Management 83 (4), 383-391, 2007
Most of nature: a framework to resolve the twin dilemmas of the decline of nature and rural communities
RJS Beeton, AJJ Lynch
Environmental Science & Policy 23, 45-56, 2012
Report of the independent scientific audit of marine parks in New South Wales
RJS Beeton, CD Buxton, GC Cutbush, PG Fairweather, EL Johnston, ...
Evaluating urban sustainability potential based on material flow analysis of inputs and outputs: A case study in Jinchang City, China
Y Li, RJS Beeton, A Halog, T Sigler
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 110, 87-98, 2016
Society's forms of capital: A framework for renewing our thinkings
RJS Beeton
2006 Australian State of the Environment Committee of the Environment, and†…, 2006
Isotopes, wool, and rangeland monitoring: let the sheep do the sampling
GB Witt, EJ Moll, RJS Beeton, PJ Murray
Environmental Management 22 (1), 145-152, 1998
Trends in wildlife management and the appropriateness of Australian university training
GS Baxter, M Hockings, RW Carter, RJS Beeton
Conservation Biology 13 (4), 842-849, 1999
Retrospective monitoring of rangeland vegetation change: eco-history from deposits of sheep dung associated with shearing sheds
EJM Witt, G.B., Berghammer, L.J., Beeton, R.J.S
Austral Ecology 25, 260-267, 2000
Monitoring visitors to natural areas: A manual with standard methodological guidelines
LN Horneman, RJS Beeton, M Hockings
The little corella: a seasonally adapted species
RJS Beeton
Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 13, 53-63, 1985
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