|Climate change risks and adaptation options across Australian seafood supply chains–A preliminary assessment|
A Fleming, AJ Hobday, A Farmery, EI van Putten, GT Pecl, BS Green, ...
Climate Risk Management 1, 39-50, 2014
|Facing the wave of change: stakeholder perspectives on climate adaptation for Australian seafood supply chains|
L Lim-Camacho, AJ Hobday, RH Bustamante, A Farmery, A Fleming, ...
Regional Environmental Change 15 (4), 595-606, 2015
|Is big data for big farming or for everyone? Perceptions in the Australian grains industry|
A Fleming, E Jakku, L Lim-Camacho, B Taylor, P Thorburn
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 38 (3), 24, 2018
|A quantitative metric to identify critical elements within seafood supply networks|
ÉE Plagányi, I Van Putten, O Thebaud, AJ Hobday, J Innes, ...
PloS one 9 (3), 2014
|Complex resource supply chains display higher resilience to simulated climate shocks|
L Lim-Camacho, ÉE Plagányi, S Crimp, JH Hodgkinson, AJ Hobday, ...
Global Environmental Change 46, 126-138, 2017
|Climate adaptation of food value chains: the implications of varying consumer acceptance|
L Lim-Camacho, A Ariyawardana, GK Lewis, SJ Crimp, S Somogyi, ...
Regional Environmental Change 17 (1), 93-103, 2017
|The environmental impact of two Australian rock lobster fishery supply chains under a changing climate|
IE van Putten, AK Farmery, BS Green, AJ Hobday, L Lim‐Camacho, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 20 (6), 1384-1398, 2016
|Testing the water: understanding stakeholder readiness for strategic coastal and marine management|
CM Mason, L Lim-Camacho, K Scheepers, JM Parr
Ocean & Coastal Management 104, 45-56, 2015
|Climate change adaptation strategy in the food industry—Insights from product carbon and water footprints|
B Ridoutt, P Sanguansri, L Bonney, S Crimp, G Lewis, L Lim-Camacho
Climate 4 (2), 26, 2016
|Growth opportunities & critical elements in the supply chain for wild fisheries & aquaculture in a changing climate|
AJ Hobday, RH Bustamante, A Farmery, S Frusher, B Green, S Jennings, ...
Final Report 233, 2011
|The NRM Adaptation Checklist: Supporting climate adaptation planning and decision-making for regional NRM|
D Rissik, S Boulter, V Doerr, N Marshall, A Hobday, L Lim-Camacho
CSIRO and NCCARF, Australia, 2014
|Australian Native Flowers in the Japanese Market: A Compendium of Market Research Results: a Report for the Centre for Native Floriculture, The University of Queensland, Gatton|
Centre for Native Floriculture, The University of Queensland, 2006
|The Backhousia project: A value chain alliance for an Australian native cut flower to Japan|
L Lim-Camacho, T Dunne, C Firrell
I International Symposium on Improving the Performance of Supply Chains in …, 2005
|Australian Native Plants: Cultivation and Uses in the Health and Food Industries|
Y Sultanbawa, F Sultanbawa
CRC Press, 2016
|Growth opportunities for marine fisheries and aquaculture industries in a changing climate|
AJ Hobday, RH Bustamante, A Farmery, A Fleming, S Frusher, BS Green, ...
Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation’.(Eds JP Palutikof, SL Boulter, J …, 2015
|Unlocking success in new rural industries: Is supply chain management the key?|
R Collins, LA Lim-Camacho
|Linking climate forecasts to rural livelihoods: Mapping decisions, information networks and value chains|
U Nidumolu, L Lim-Camacho, E Gaillard, P Hayman, M Howden
Weather and Climate Extremes, 100174, 2018
|Adapting to climate change: the role of organisational personalities in natural resource management|
AJ Hobday, VAJ Doerr, NA Marshall, C Cvitanovic, L Lim-Camacho
Regional environmental change 18 (2), 561-571, 2018
|Climate adaptation: what it means for Australian consumers|
L Lim-Camacho, A Ariyawardana, G Lewis, S Crimp
|Market research methodology for Australian native cut flowers: The case of Grevillea sp. varieties to Japan|
L Lim-Camacho, AJ Dunne
7th Australian Native Flower Conference, 8, 2005