TWWHA Publication List

Alderman R., Gales R., Tuck G., and Lebreton J.D. (2011). Global population status of shy albatross
and an assessment of colony-specific trends and drivers. Wildlife Research, 38, 672-686.
​Balmer, J. and Corbett, E. (2001). The vegetation of the Lake Pedder area prior to flooding.  The Proceedings of a Symposium held on 8th April at the University of Tasmania, Hobart, April 7-8, 1995 C. Sharples (ed.) 67-86.
Balmer J. and Whinam J. (1991). Vegetation within the Tasmanian World Heritage Area. Tasforests 3:63-73.
Balmer J., Whinam J., Kelman J., Kirkpatrick, J.B. and Lazarus, E. (2004). A review of the floristic values of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Nature Conservation Report 2004/3 . Department of Primary Industries Water and Environment, Tasmania, Australia.
Balmer, J. and Barnes, R.W. (2000). The impact of fire on species diversity and dominance in an eastern moorland, Central Plateau Tasmania. Nature Conservation Report 00/2.
Balmer, J., Driessen, M.M. and Whight, S. (2010). A review of fire history in south-west Tasmania. In Proceedings of the 2007 buttongrass moorland management workshop, J. Balmer (ed), pp 3-9. Nature Conservation Report 2010/04. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment.
Balmer, J. (ed) (2010). Proceedings of the 2007 buttongrass moorland management workshop. Nature Conservation Report 2010/4. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Hobart, Tasmania.
Bashford, R., Taylor, R., Driessen, M., Doran, N., and Richardson, A. (2001). Research on invertebrate assemblages at the Warra LTER Site. Tasforests 13(1). 109-118.
​Bradbury, J., Cullen, P., Dixon, G. and Pemberton, M. (1995). Streambank erosion, revegetation and management of the lower Gordon River, Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Environmental Management 19: 259-272.
Bradbury, J. (2005). Lower Gordon River turbidity monitoring, April 2003 - December 2004.
Bradbury, J. (2005). Managing Lower Gordon River erosion - geoconservation of landforms affected by tourism. Snapshot 14.3 in Graeme Worboys, Michael Lockwood and Terry De Lacy (eds.) Protected Area Management: principles and practice, 2nd edition. Oxford University Press.
​Bradbury, J. (2005). Revised wave wake criteria for vessel operation on the lower Gordon River. Land Conservation Branch report, DPIWE.
Bradbury, J. (2011). Eroding landforms within the Port Davey ria estuary complex: wave wake or sea level rise? Monitoring report for the decade 2000 - 2010.
​Bradbury, J. (2013). Lower Gordon River erosion monitoring, Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area: report for the period February 2004 to March 2013. Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries Parks Water and Environment, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 13/08.
​Bradbury, J. (2014). A keyed classification of natural geodiversity for land management and nature conservation purposes.  Proceedings of the Geologist's Association 125: 329-349.
Bridle, K., Cullen, P. and Russell (2003). Peatland hydrology, fire management and Holocene fire regimes in southwest Tasmanian blanket bogs. Nature Conservation Report, 03/7.
Brown, M.J. (2009). Monitoring the impact of climate change on the flora and vegetation values of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area - A Review.
​Brown, M.J., Balmer, J. and Podger, F. (2002). Vegetation change over twenty years at Bathurst Harbour, Tasmania. Measuring and imaging: exploring centuries of Australian landscape change, Special Addition of Australian Journal of Botany 50 (4): 499-510.
​Carlyon, K., Phillips, A., Rudman, T. and Visoiu, M. (2013). Islands of the Port Davey Area: Biodiversity and Oil Spill Response Survey. Resource Management and Conservation Division, DPIPWE, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 13/07.
​Cashins, S., Philips, A. and Skerratt, L. (2015). Using site-occupancy models to prepare for the spread of chytridiomyosis and identify factors affecting detectability of a cryptic susceptible species, the Tasmanian tree frog. Wildlife Research 42(5): 405-413.
Chaudhry, T.A., Driessen, M.M. and Richardson A.M.M. (2010). Avifaunal habitat use and potential availability of arthropod prey resources in relation to post-fire succession of buttongrass moorlands in the Tasmanian Wilderness World heritage Area. In Proceedings of the 2007 buttongrass moorland management workshop, J. Balmer (ed), pp 70-72. Nature Conservation Report 2010/04. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment.
Corbet, K. (2013). An overview of geodiversity sites in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, with particular reference to geological sites and the identification of any gaps in the listings. Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries Parks Water and Environment, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 13/05.​
Corbett, Sib. (1995). Vegetation of the Central Plateau, Tasmanian World Heritage Area. Wildlife Report, 95/3.
​Corbett, S. and Balmer, J. (2001). Map and description of the Warra vegetation Tasforests 13: 45-76.
Cullen, P. (1998). Coastal dune systems of south-western Tasmania: their morphology, genesis and conservation. Nature Conservation Report, 98/1.
Cullen, P. (1995). Land degradation on the Central Plateau, Tasmania. The legacy of 170
years of exploitation. Occasional Paper, 34. Parks and Wildlife Service, Hobart.
Cullen, P. and Dell, M. (2013). Geomorphological evolution of the Prion Beach and New River lagoon barrier system. Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries Parks Water and Environment, Hobart, Nature Conservtion Report Series 2013/03.​
Davies, P., Driessen, M., Cook, L., McConnell, K. and Schinkel, H. (1999). Condition of streams associated with selected visitor facilities on the Overland Track, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Nature Conservation Report, 99/2.
Davies, P.E and Driessen, M.M. (1999). Condition of streams associated with selected visitor facilities on the Overland Track, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Nature Conservation Report 99/2. Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service.
Davies, P.E. and Driessen, M.M. (1997). Surface water quality at three key locations in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Report on a pilot monitoring program. Wildlife Report, 97/2.
Davies, P.E., Cook, .LS.J., Robinson, W.R. and Sloane, T. (2009). Status of trout-free Waters in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Report to Department of Primary Industries and Water. Freshwater Systems., Sandy Bay, Tasmania.
Doran, N.E., Balmer, J., Driessen, M., Bashford, R., Grove, S., Richardson, A.M.M., Griggs, J., and Ziegeler, D. (2003). Moving with the times: baseline data to gauge future shifts in vegetation and invertebrate altitudinal assemblages due to environmental changes. Organisms, Diversity and Evolution 3: 127-149.
DPIPWE (2013). Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Research and Monitoring Priorities 2013-2018. Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water & Environment, Hobart.
Driessen, M.M. and Comfort, M.D. (1991). Small mammal trapping in sedgeland at McPartlan Pass: a new location for Mastacomys fuscus. Tasmanian Naturalist 107, 1-5.
Driessen, M.M. and Crook, D. (1998). Translocation of the Endangered Pedder Galaxias. Australian Journal of Environmental Management 5: 65-66.
Driessen M.M. (2001). Monitoring cave fauna in Tasmania. In: Protected Area Management, Worboys G., Lockwood M., De lacy .T, (eds). Oxford University Press: South Melbourne, Australia; 187.
Driessen, M.M. (2005). Denizens of the Dark - Glow-worms, stars of their subterranean world. Tasmania 40o South 37: 52-55.
Driessen, M. (2006). The fauna of buttongrass moorlands. Tasmanian Naturalist 128:37-51.
Driessen, M.M. (2009). Baseline monitoring of the Tasmanian Glow-worm and other cave fauna: Exit Cave and Mystery Creek Cave - Tasmania. Nature Conservation Report 09/02. Department of Primary Industries and Water, Tasmania.
Driessen, M.M., Comfort, M.D., Jackson, J., Balmer, J., Richardson, A.M.M. and McQuillan, P.B. (Eds) (1998). Wilderness ecosystems baseline studies 1990-1993: Pelion Plains-Mt Ossa. Wildlife Report, 98/2.
Driessen, M., Mallick, S. and Seeman, O. (2006). Introduced Animals of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area In Feral Animal, Threatened Species and the Role of the Community Forum Proceedings March 2005 Hobart. World Wildlife Fund Australia.
Driessen, M.M. (2002). Live trapping of macrocinvertebrates in small moorland pools: a method developed for the threatened syncarid Allanaspides hickmani (Syncarida: Anaspididae). Journal of Freshwater Ecology 17(2): 263-68.
Driessen, M.M. (1999). Effects of fire on the broad-toothed mouse, Mastacomys fuscus, and other small mammals in buttongrass moorlands of western Tasmania - preliminary findings. Pp 119-126 in The Proceedings of the Australian Bushfire Conference, Albury Australia 7-9 July 1999.
Driessen, M.M. (1999). Management of threatened invertebrates of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Pp 333-40 in The Other 99%. The Conservation and Biodiversity of Invertebrates ed by W Ponder and D. Lunney. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales.
Driessen, M. M. and Rose, R. K. (1999). Pseudomys higginsi. Mammalian Species. 623: 1-5
Driessen, M.M. (2002). Broad-toothed rat, Mastacomys fuscus (Rodentia, Muridae), found in alpine heathland in Tasmania. Australian Mammalogy 23(2): 163-166.
Driessen M.M., Pigott K. and Reid T. 2002. Small mammal habitat use in buttongrass moorlands, Tyndall Range, western Tasmania. Tasmanian Naturalist 124: 38-48.
Driessen, M.M. (2008). Buttongrass moorland fauna. Australian Plant Conservation 16:20-22.
Driessen, M.M. (2009). Enhancing the conservation of the Tasmanian Glow-worm (Arachnocampa tasmaniensis) by monitoring seasonal changes in light displays and life stages. Journal of Insect Conservation 14: 65-75.
Driessen, M.M. and Greenslade, P. (2004). Effect of season, location and fire on Collembola communities in buttongrass moorlands, Tasmania. Pedobiologia 48: 631-642.
Driessen, M.M. and Mallick, S. A. (2007). The life history of Allanaspides hickmani Swain, Wilson and Ong, 1971 (Syncarida, Anaspididae). Crustaceana 80 (10): 1171-1192.
Driessen, M.M. and Mallick, S.A. (2003). The vertebrate fauna of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Pacific Conservation Biology 9(3): 187-206.
Driessen, M.M., Mallick, S.A., Lee, A., and Thurstans, S. (2006). Loss of habitat through inundation and the conservation status of two endemic Tasmanian Syncarid crustaceans: Allanaspides hickmani and A. helonomus. Oryx 40(4): 464-467.
Driessen, M.M. (2010). A review of fauna responses to fire in buttongrass moorland. In Proceedings of the 2007 buttongrass moorland management workshop, J. Balmer (ed), pp 30-35. Nature Conservation Report 2010/04. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment.
Driessen M.M., Brereton R. and Pauza M. (2011). Status and conservation of bats in Tasmania. In: The Biology and Conservation of Australasian Bats, Law B, Eby P, Lunny D, Lumsden L, (eds). Royal Zoological Society of NSW: Mosman, NSW, Australia; 324-336.
​Driessen M.M., Mallick S.A. (2013). The Distributions of Invertebrate Species Along the Warra-Mt Weld Altitudinal Transect in 2001-2002 and Identification of Taxa Restricted by Altitude. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Nature Conservation Report 13/4, Hobart.
​Driessen M.M., Kirkpatrick J.B. and McQuillan P.B. (2013). Shifts in Composition of Monthly Invertebrate Assemblages in Moorland Differed Between Lowland and Montane Locations but not Fire-Ages. Environmental Entomology 42:58-73.
​Driessen M.M., Mallick S.A., Thurstans S., Smith B. and Brereton B. (2014). Distribution and conservation status of two endemic Tasmanian crustaceans, Allanaspides hickmani and Allanaspides helonomus (Syncarids: Anaspididae). Papers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 148:1-10.

Eberhard, R., Sharples, C.​, Bowden, N. and Comfort M. (2015). Monitoring the erosion status of oceanic beaches in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area: Establishment report. Nature Conservation Report 2015/3. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Tasmania.

Eberhard, S. (1999). Cave fauna management and monitoring at Ida Bay, Tasmania. Nature Conservation Report, 99/1.
Eberhard, S. (2000). Reconnaissance survey of cave fauna and management issues in the Mole Creek Karst National Park. Nature Conservation Report, 00/1.
Edgar, G.J., Last, P.R., Barrett, N.S., Gowlett-Holmes, K., Driessen, M. and Mooney, P. (2009). Conservation of natural wilderness values in the Port Davey marine and estuarine protected area, south-western Tasmania. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 20: 297-311.
Fitzgerald, N. (2011). Establishment Report for Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Climate Change Monitoring Program: Montane Conifers. Resource Management and Conservation Division, DPIPWE, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 11/06.
​Fitzgerald, N.B. & Whinam, J. (2012). Establishing a monitoring program for Tasmanian's montane conifers. Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 146: 79-84.

Gilfedder, L., Whinam​, J. and Faulkner, F. (2010).  Vulnerability of Tasmania's Natural Environment to Climate Change: An Overview. Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Hobart.

Greenslade, P., and Driessen, M.M. (1999). The effect of fire on epigaeic arthropods in buttongrass moorland in Tasmania. Pp 82-89 in The Other 99%. The Conservation and Biodiversity of Invertebrates ed by W Ponder and D. Lunney. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales.
Gust, N, Griffiths, J., Driessen, M., Philips, A. Stewart, N. and Geraghty, N. (2009). Distribution, prevalence and persistence of mucormycosis in Tasmanian platypuses (Ornithorynchus anatinus) from Tasmania. Australian Journal of Zoology 57, 245-5.
Harris, S. and Whinam, J. (1995). Fenced all around - perspectives on nature conservation in Tasmania. In Conservation Biology in Australia and Oceania (ed. C. Moritaz and J. Kikkawa), pp. 327-337: Surrey Beatty & Sons.
Harris, S., Balmer, J. and Whinam, J. (1995). South-west Tasmania - case study. In Centres of Plant Diversity - A Guide and Strategy for their Conservation (ed. V. H. Heywood). Cambridge: IUCN World Wildlife Fund.
Hocking G.J., and Driessen, M.M. (2000). Status and conservation of the rodents of Tasmania. Wildlife Research 27: 371-77.
Horton, B.M., Rudman, T., Balmer, J. and I. Houshold (2008). Monitoring Dry Coastal Vegetation in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Part 2: Appraisal of Method. Nature Conservation Report, 08/4.
Jerie, K. (2005). Fluvial geomorphology of buttongrass moorland landscapes of western Tasmania. Nature Conservation Report, 05/6.
Johnson, K.A., Whinam, J. Buchanan, A.M. and Balmer, J. (2008). Ecological observations and new locations of a rare moss Ambuchanania leucobryoides (Ambuchananiaceae). Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 142(2), 79-84.
Kirkpatrick, J.B. and Whinam, J. (1988). Tasmanian high mountain vegetation III - Lake Ewart, Dome Hill and Eldon Bluff. Papers & Proceedings Royal Society Tasmania 118,5-20.
Locke, S. (2007). The Distribution and Abundance of Fallow Deer in the Central Plateau Conservation Area and Adjacent Areas in Tasmania: A Baseline Monitoring Program. Nature Conservation Report, 07/02.
Lawrence, N., Storey, D. and Whinam, J. (2008). Reservation status of Tasmanian Native Higher Plants. Biodiversity Conservation Branch Report 07/1.
​Lynch, A.J.J. and Balmer, J. (2004). The ecology, phytosociology and stand structure of an ancient endemic plant Lomatia tasmanica (PROTEACEAE) approaching extinction. Australian Journal of Botany 52: 619-627.
Macfarlane, G. J., (2006). Correlation of Prototype and Model Wave Wake Characteristics at Low Froude Numbers. RINA Transactions, Part A2, International Journal of Maritime Engineering.
Macfarlane, G.J., Cox, G. and Bradbury, J. (2008). Bank erosion from small craft wave wake in sheltered waterways. Transactions of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects - Part B, 150: 33-48.
Mallick, S.A. and Driessen, M.M. (2003). Feeding of wildlife: How effective are the 'Keep Wildlife Wild' signs in Tasmania's National Parks? Ecological Management and Restoration 4(3), 199-204.
Mallick, S.A. and Driessen, M.M. (2005). An inventory of the invertebrates of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Pacific Conservation Biology 11(3): 198-211.
Mallick, S.A. and Driessen, M.M. (2009). Impacts of hive honeybees on Tasmanian leatherwood Eucryphia lucida Labill. (Eucryphiaceae). Austral Ecology 34: 185-195.
​May T. and Balmer, J. (eds) (2007). Buttongrass moorland - conservation and management Australasian Plant Conservation Bulletin 16, 1-33 (Special Theme edition).
Pauza, M., Driessen, M.M. and Skerratt, L. (2010). Distribution and risk factors for spread of amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Australia. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 92: 193-199.
Pemberton, M., Balmer, J., Driessen, M. and Richardson, A. (2005). Tasmanian Blanket Bogs: Geo- and Biodiversity of these Unique Mires. In. Ecosystems of the World - Mires.
​Pemberton, M. and Hawkins, C. (2011).  The island of Macquarie Harbour. Hamish Saunders Memorial Trust and Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries Parks Water and Environment, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 11/01.
Philips A. and Driessen M. (2008). Strategy for managing wildlife disease in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, DPIW.
Philips A., Voyles J., Wilson D. and Driessen M. (2010). Tasmanian Chytrid Management Plan, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Hobart.
Philips, A., Wilson, D., Voyles, J., Cornish, M., Stewart, K., Stowe, C., Tsimbas, K., Blackhall, S., and M. Driessen (2010). Chytrid Research and Management in Tasmania. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Hobart. Nature Conservation Report, 10:2.
Rudman, T. and Whinam, J. (1995). Interim Management Plan for Phytophthora 'Pine Lake'. Hobart: Parks and Wildlife Service.
Rudman, T., Balmer, J. and Storey, D. (2005). The impact of Phytophthora cinnamomi on plant species frequency in buttongrass moorland in southwest Tasmania. Baseline establishment report. Nature Conservation Report, 05/2.
Sharples, C. (2003). A review of the Geoconservation Values of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Nature Conservation Report, 03/6.
Sharples, C. (2011). Potential climate change impacts on geodiversity in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area: A management response position paper. Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries Parks Water and Environment, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 11/04.
Sharples, C. (2011). Overview of the report: Potential climate change impacts on geodiversity in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area: Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries Parks Water and Environment, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 11/04.
​Sharples, C. (2014). A Thematic Gap Analysis of the Tasmanian Geoconservation Database: Glacial and Periglacial Landform Listings in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area; Resource Management and Conservation Division, Department of Primary Industries Parks Water and Environment, Hobart, Nature Conservation Series 14/4
Smith, S.J. and Banks, M.R. (eds) (1993). Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Values. Royal Society of Tasmania:, Hobart, Tasmania.
Storey, K. and Comfort, M. (2007). A progress report on the development of rehabilitation priorities for broad scale erosion within the World Heritage Area on the Central Plateau of Tasmania, 2005-06. Nature Conservation Report, 07/1.
Storey, K. and Betts, E. (2011). Fluvial Geomorphology and Hydrology of Small Buttongrass Moorland Streams: the Gelignite Creek case study. Resource Management and Conservation Division, DPIPWE, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 11/05.
Styger, J. and Balmer, J. (2009). Alpine treeline ecotone monitoring program within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Nature Conservation Report 2009/4. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Hobart.
Styger, J., Brown, M.J. and Whinam, J. (2010). Monitoring for the effects of climate change on the flora values of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 144:21-28.
Tasmania Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment 1012. Natural Values Atlas https://www.naturalvaluesatlas.tas.gov.au/pls/apex/f?p=200:167:3325757234722494::NO:::
Tasmania Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment 2005. Wake up? Slow Down! DPIWE, Hobart.
​Visoiu, M. (2014). Establishment Report for Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Climate Change Monitoring Program: Monitoring of the expression of feldmark vegetation on The Boomerang, Southern Tasmania. Resource Management and Conservation Division, DPIPWE, Hobart, Nature Conservation Report Series 14/03.
​Visoiu, M. (2015). Extreme weather conditions correspond with vegetation die-off at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Ecological Management and Restoration 16:1.
​Visoiu, M. and Whinam, J. (2015). Extream weather conditions correspond with localised vegetation death at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania. Environmental Management and Restoration, 16, 76-78.
​Voyles, J., Phillips, A., Driessen, M., Webb, M., Berger, L., Woodhams, D.C., Murray, K. and Skarratt, L. (2014). Initial assessment of host susceptibility and pathogen virulence for conservation and management of Tasmanian amphibians. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 9:106-115.
Whinam, J. (2007). Fire and Sphagnum in Tasmania. Australasian Plant Conservation Bulletin 16, 14-15. Special Theme: Buttongrass moorland - conservation and management.
Whinam, J. and Hope, G.S. (2005). The Peatlands of the Australasian Region. In: Steiner, G.M. (Ed). Mires. From Siberia to Tierra del Fuego. Stapfia 85, 397-433.
Whinam, J. and Chilcott, N. (2003). Impacts after four years of experimental trampling on alpine/sub-alpine environments in western Tasmania. Journal of Environmental Management 67, 339-351.
Whinam, J., Chilcott, N., Wyatt, P. and Ling, R. (2003). Managing walking impacts in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. In: Buckley, R.C., Pickering, C. and Weaver, D. (eds.) Nature Tourism and the Environment, pp. 151-165. CABI, Wallingford.
Whinam, J. (2003). Monitoring and adaptive management: some case studies. In: Brown, C.L., Hall, F. and Mill, J. Plant Conservation - approaches and techniques from an Australian perspective. Australian Network for Plant Conservation.
Whinam, J., Hope, G.S., Clarkson, B.R., Buxton, R., Alspatch, P.A. and Adam, P. (2003). Sphagnum in peatlands of Australasia: The resource, its utilisation and management. Wetlands Ecology and Management 11, 37-49.
Whinam, J., Barmuta, L.A. and Chilcott, N. (2001). Floristic description and environmental relationships of Tasmanian Sphagnum communities and their conservation management. Australian Journal of Botany 49 (6), 673-685.
Whinam, J., Chilcott, N. and Rudman, T. (2001). Impacts of dieback at Pine Lake, Tasmania. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 135, 41-49.
Whinam, J. and Chilcott, N. (1999). Impacts of trampling on alpine environments in central Tasmania. Journal of Environmental Management 57, 205-220.
Whinam, J. and Buxton, R. (1997). Sphagnum peatlands of Australasia: an assessment of harvesting sustainability. Biological Conservation 82, 21-29.
Whinam, J. and Comfort, M. (1996). The impact of commercial horse riding on sub-alpine environments at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 47, 61-70.
Whinam, J. and Kirkpatrick, J. B. (1995). Successional sequences in two Tasmanian valley Sphagnum peatlands. Journal of Vegetation Science 6, 675-682.
Whinam, J., Cannell, E. J., Kirkpatrick, J. B. and Comfort, M. (1994). Studies on the potential impact of recreational horseriding on some alpine environments of the Central Plateau, Tasmania. Journal of Environmental Management 40, 103-117.
Whinam, J. and Chilcott, N. (2000). Conservation and reservation assessment of Tasmanian Sphagnum peatlands. Hobart: Department of Primary Industries Water and Environment.
Whinam, J., McEntee, A. and Rudman, T. (1996). Pine Lake Dieback Interim Monitoring Results, pp. 16. Hobart: Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service.
Whinam, J. (1995). Phytophthora sp. nov. 'Pine Lake'. In Danthonia: Australian Network for Plant Conservation 4(1) p. 10.

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