|Coral reefs in the Anthropocene|
TP Hughes, ML Barnes, DR Bellwood, JE Cinner, GS Cumming, ...
Nature 546 (7656), 82-90, 2017
|Building adaptive capacity to climate change in tropical coastal communities|
JE Cinner, WN Adger, EH Allison, ML Barnes, K Brown, PJ Cohen, ...
Nature Climate Change 8, 117–123, 2018
|The dark side of transformation: latent risks in contemporary sustainability discourse|
J Blythe, J Silver, L Evans, D Armitage, NJ Bennett, ML Moore, ...
Antipode 50 (5), 1206-1223, 2018
|Decentralisation and environmental management in Australia: a comment on the prescriptions of the Wentworth Group|
MB Lane, GT McDonald, TH Morrison
Geographical Research 42 (1), 103-115, 2004
|Mitigation and adaptation in polycentric systems: sources of power in the pursuit of collective goals|
TH Morrison, WN Adger, K Brown, MC Lemos, D Huitema, TP Hughes
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (5), e479, 2017
|Evolving polycentric governance of the Great Barrier Reef|
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (15), E3013-E3021, 2017
|The black box of power in polycentric environmental governance|
TH Morrison, WN Adger, K Brown, MC Lemos, D Huitema, J Phelps, ...
Global Environmental Change 57, 101934, 2019
|Coral reef conservation in the Anthropocene: Confronting spatial mismatches and prioritizing functions|
DR Bellwood, MS Pratchett, TH Morrison, GG Gurney, TP Hughes, ...
Biological Conservation, 2019
|Integrating natural resource management for better environmental outcomes|
TH Morrison, GT McDonald, MB Lane
Australian Geographer 35 (3), 243-258, 2004
|Public interest or private agenda?: A meditation on the role of NGOs in environmental policy and management in Australia|
MB Lane, TH Morrison
Journal of Rural Studies 22 (2), 232-242, 2006
|Improving network approaches to the study of complex social–ecological interdependencies|
Ö Bodin, SM Alexander, J Baggio, ML Barnes, R Berardo, GS Cumming, ...
Nature Sustainability, 1, 2019
|Trust, confidence, and equity affect the legitimacy of natural resource governance|
R Turner, J Addison, A Arias, B Bergseth, N Marshall, TH Morrison, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 18, 2016
|Forty-three years of Ramsar and urban wetlands|
M Hettiarachchi, TH Morrison, C McAlpine
Global Environmental Change 32, 57-66, 2015
|The role of private corporations in regional planning and development: opportunities and challenges for the governance of housing and land use|
TH Morrison, C Wilson, M Bell
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (4), 478-489, 2012
|Multiscalar governance and regional environmental management in Australia|
Space and polity 11 (3), 227-241, 2007
|Developing a regional governance index: the institutional potential of rural regions|
Journal of Rural Studies 35, 101-111, 2014
|Real-world progress in overcoming the challenges of adaptive spatial planning in marine protected areas|
M Mills, R Weeks, RL Pressey, MG Gleason, RL Eisma-Osorio, ...
Biological Conservation 181, 54-63, 2015
|New directions for understanding the spatial resilience of social–ecological systems|
GS Cumming, TH Morrison, TP Hughes
Ecosystems 20 (4), 649-664, 2017
|The eco-social transformation of urban wetlands: A case study of Colombo, Sri Lanka|
M Hettiarachchi, TH Morrison, D Wickramsinghe, R Mapa, A De Alwis, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 132, 55-68, 2014
|The challenges and opportunities in cumulative effects assessment|
MM Foley, LA Mease, RG Martone, EE Prahler, TH Morrison, CC Murray, ...
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 62, 122-134, 2017