Jeff Connor
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China’s response to a national land-system sustainability emergency
BA Bryan, L Gao, Y Ye, X Sun, JD Connor, ND Crossman, ...
Nature 559 (7713), 193-204, 2018
Exploring the cost effectiveness of land conservation auctions and payment policies
JD Connor, JR Ward, B Bryan
Australian journal of agricultural and resource economics 52 (3), 303-319, 2008
Economic assessment of acquiring water for environmental flows in the Murray Basin
ME Qureshi, J Connor, M Kirby, M Mainuddin
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 51 (3), 283-303, 2007
Irrigated agriculture and climate change: the influence of water supply variability and salinity on adaptation
JD Connor, K Schwabe, D King, K Knapp
Ecological Economics 77, 149-157, 2012
Environmental water incentive policy and return flows
ME Qureshi, K Schwabe, J Connor, M Kirby
Water resources research 46 (4), 2010
Sustainable irrigation: How did irrigated agriculture in Australia's Murray–Darling Basin adapt in the Millennium Drought?
M Kirby, R Bark, J Connor, ME Qureshi, S Keyworth
Agricultural Water Management 145, 154-162, 2014
Impacts of climate change on lower Murray irrigation
J Connor, K Schwabe, D King, D Kaczan, M Kirby
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 53 (3), 437-456, 2009
Reconfiguring an irrigation landscape to improve provision of ecosystem services
ND Crossman, JD Connor, BA Bryan, DM Summers, J Ginnivan
Ecological Economics 69 (5), 1031-1042, 2010
An ecosystem services approach to estimating economic losses associated with drought
O Banerjee, R Bark, J Connor, ND Crossman
Ecological economics 91, 19-27, 2013
Supply of carbon sequestration and biodiversity services from Australia's agricultural land under global change
BA Bryan, M Nolan, TD Harwood, JD Connor, J Navarro-Garcia, D King, ...
Global Environmental Change 28, 166-181, 2014
Mitigating economic risk from climate variability in rain-fed agriculture through enterprise mix diversification
JM Kandulu, BA Bryan, D King, JD Connor
Ecological economics 79, 105-112, 2012
Land-use and sustainability under intersecting global change and domestic policy scenarios: trajectories for Australia to 2050
BA Bryan, M Nolan, L McKellar, JD Connor, D Newth, T Harwood, D King, ...
Global environmental change 38, 130-152, 2016
Real options analysis for land use management: Methods, application, and implications for policy
CM Regan, BA Bryan, JD Connor, WS Meyer, B Ostendorf, Z Zhu, C Bao
Journal of environmental management 161, 144-152, 2015
Allocation trade in Australia: a qualitative understanding of irrigator motives and behaviour
A Loch, H Bjornlund, S Wheeler, J Connor
Australian journal of agricultural and resource economics 56 (1), 42-60, 2012
Robust global sensitivity analysis under deep uncertainty via scenario analysis
L Gao, BA Bryan, M Nolan, JD Connor, X Song, G Zhao
Environmental modelling & software 76, 154-166, 2016
Modelling Australian land use competition and ecosystem services with food price feedbacks at high spatial resolution
JD Connor, BA Bryan, M Nolan, F Stock, L Gao, S Dunstall, P Graham, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 69, 141-154, 2015
A conservation industry for sustaining natural capital and ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes
W Yang, BA Bryan, DH MacDonald, JR Ward, G Wells, ND Crossman, ...
Ecological Economics 69 (4), 680-689, 2010
Environmental water governance in federal rivers: opportunities and limits for subsidiarity in Australia's Murray–Darling River
D Garrick, R Bark, J Connor, O Banerjee
Water Policy 14 (6), 915-936, 2012
Climate change and environmental water reallocation in the Murray–Darling Basin: Impacts on flows, diversions and economic returns to irrigation
JM Kirby, J Connor, MD Ahmad, L Gao, M Mainuddin
Journal of Hydrology 518, 120-129, 2014
Land use mapping error introduces strongly-localised, scale-dependent uncertainty into land use and ecosystem services modelling
M Dong, BA Bryan, JD Connor, M Nolan, L Gao
Ecosystem services 15, 63-74, 2015
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